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  • John's policeman friend is injured and later dies from a car accident; the delay in treatment due to another Squad tying up the bio phone frequency with a heart case leads Roy to speculate if the delay may make a difference later. The doctors treat a child who turns out to be drunk. Thanks to Dr. Brackett and Dixie, Johnny and Roy assist in treating opposing members of a bike gang after a bloody rumble, and it spills over into the ER. When Johnny's policeman friend is injured in a car crash, the paramedics can't reach the hospital because another squad is using the biophone. Other rescues include a man that welded himself inside his own kinetic art sculpture, and a father and son trapped in a building collapse at a construction site.

    - Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)
  • Off. Drew Burke rides motorcycle patrol with the LAPD. Johnny and Drew have been friends since long before he married his young wife, Pam. Drew and Pam have not seen Johnny for months; little do they know Johnny will be called to Drew's own accident scene and hear last conscious words about Pam. Drew was injured in what should have been a routine freeway stop. A privileged matron, an hour late for a bridge game, causes an old man to lose control of his car and hit Drew. As the old man kneels sobbing over Drew, the matron at fault coolly informs Pete, LAPD squad officer, that it would not have happened if Drew had not followed her off the freeway. Now, Gage must call Pam and get her to drive to Rampart; Drew's internal injuries require surgery. Kevin Paxton is a 7-year old, brought in by his mother and with his friend, Eric Knowles. Kevin seems like he is in a dreamlike fog; and Dr. Early thinks he knows what caused it. Two bitterly rival motorcycle gangs storm Rampart, and the fighting and looting that often occur during these matters cannot be allowed to take over the Emergency Room; Dixie asks Roy and Johnny to stay and help their doctors, nurses, orderlies, security and LAPD keep the peace. Engine 51 answers a call from Oona, the girlfriend of mad beat sculptor, Zach. Chet digs the scene, but Squad 51 appears, and Roy does not dig it. The last call is a construction site where some hard calls and determined working of the bio-phones make Johnny and Roy pause and smile.

    - Written by LA-Lawyer
  • When Johnny's policeman friend is injured in a car crash, the paramedics can't reach the hospital because another squad is using the biophone. A child with a mysterious malady turns out to be drunk. Roy and John assist at the hospital when the victims of a motorcycle gang war are brought in for treatment. An artist becomes trapped in his own sculpture. A father and son are trapped in a collapse at a construction site.

    - Written by Anonymous


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