"Emergency!" Honest (TV Episode 1973) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • A white lie causes a gas explosion, leading Johnny to desire only the honest truth. At Rampart, Doctors Early and Morton are trying to save a boy, who's choking to death. In a hysterical scene, Dixie and Johnny calm the boy's mother. In the field, Johnny and Roy rescue a teenage boy injured in a dive off a roof, and a baby and his blind grandfather trapped in a burning house. At the hospital, Dixie and Dr. Early treat a man who believes he is going to have a heart attack.

    - Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)
  • A gas explosion injures a newlywed couple, because the wife lied to the husband about his cigars, and this leads Johnny on a crusade to be honest in any situation. A boy is brought into Rampart choking to death for no apparent reason; Dr. Morton's brutal honesty about the situation sends the boy's mother into hysterics, which leads Dixie and Johnny into calming her, a boy is critically injured diving off a roof, Johnny and Roy rescue a family of three (mother, child, and grandfather who lied to John about being blind) from a burning house, and Dixie and Dr. Early treat a man who "might" be having a heart attack because his father died from one at the same age. Chet lies to John about a woman that keeps calling for him.

    - Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)
  • Gage's newest kick is to deplore anything less than total honesty, first brought on by a newly married couple regarding the scent of the husband's cigars. DeSoto and Kelly disagree, but in their own unique ways. Kelly tortures Gage by saying the nurse Gage is dating is too nice to tell Gage how she truly feels about him. A woman regrets her failure to "tattle" on a child to his mother, strengthening Gage's belief in total honesty. A 20-year old taunts her boyfriend's claim that he can jump off 4th story apartment roof into the pool; at the accident scene, DeSoto asks Gage if he still prefers total honesty. Morton is direct with a patient's mother to the point of her hysteria; Morton bluntly tells Mrs. Epps her boy is choking and he does not know why. Later, Brackett reveals Mrs. Epps was not completely truthful about her son's history. A mother, toddler and blind grandfather involved in a 3-alarm blaze bring out the entire crew of 51 and Gage learns that a lie can be a noble gesture.

    - Written by LA-Lawyer
  • A gas explosion results from a white lie, prompting Johnny to go on an honesty kick. At the hospital, doctors work to save a boy who is inexplicably choking to death. In the field, the paramedics rescue a teenage boy injured in a dive off a roof, and a baby and his blind grandfather trapped in a burning house.

    - Written by Anonymous


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