Roy and John become candidates to represent Station 51 on the welfare committee. The firemen save first a man who got his arm stuck in a drainpipe, then his brother swallows a pull tab and ... See full summary »

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Dixie McCall, R.N.
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Dr. Joe Early
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Paramedic John Gage
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Paramedic Roy DeSoto
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Sculptor
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Clyde
Hank Brandt ...
Tom Lawson
Tim Donnelly ...
Fireman Chet Kelly
Michael Norell ...
Captain Hank Stanley
Marco López ...
Fireman Marco Lopez
Mike Stoker ...
Fireman Mike Stoker
Ron Pinkard ...
Dr. Mike Morton
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Jack Kutcher ...
Roger, Man Enclosed in Plaster
Sam Lanier ...
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Roy and John become candidates to represent Station 51 on the welfare committee. The firemen save first a man who got his arm stuck in a drainpipe, then his brother swallows a pull tab and aspirates. A woman seems more concerned with making a plane flight than her son, admitted with Reye's Syndrome, where Dixie and Dr. Morton encourages Dr. Brackett to ask the parents in making that decision for their son. A sculptress calls the Squad to get her model out of a plaster cast, then the firemen save a construction worker trapped on a crane. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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27 September 1975 (USA)  »

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When the squad leaves on their 2nd run (when Johnny is talking to Roy "privately" about the election, the siren is the Federal "Q" siren used on Engine 51 in stead of the electronic siren that is always used. You can also hear this when they arrive and the siren brake is applied as opposed to just being turned off like normal See more »

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When Johnny and Roy are talking about the election in the station restroom, the lights above the sinks are on but the switches are in the Off position. See more »

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Dr. Kelly Brackett: [to young, unconscious patient] Tommy. Tommy, can you hear me?
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