A lady who was injured in her car accident is worried about her dog, yet John makes an agreement with Dixie, to take care of the dog, which complicates his life. At the hospital, Doctors ... See full summary »

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Lee
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A lady who was injured in her car accident is worried about her dog, yet John makes an agreement with Dixie, to take care of the dog, which complicates his life. At the hospital, Doctors treat a girl who has breathing problems and a man who shows up drunk. Dixie tells both the orderly and security to find a young lady, who's a close friend. Once found, she also talks to the close friend, whose man is a diabetic. At a party, when a man is experiencing chest pains, his guests thinks he's kidding. The paramedics rescue an injured hunter. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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Living on the Edge
11 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The thing I like most about Johnny Gage's character is how sometimes he seems to live on the edge of rules, and this is a good example. He was always doing something to get into trouble with the other fireman (and the chief). Johnny liked women so much they could basically talk him into anything, and this was no exception! He takes in a dog after rescuing the owner (a young, pretty woman) in a car accident. Of course, the dog is mischievous and causes trouble for Johnny. In fact, Roy warned him at one point that he was really cutting it close!

In this second episode, we meet the guys of Station 51: Chet Kelly and Stoker. Lopez isn't there yet (at least I didn't see him), and the chief is different for the first few episodes.

This is a great episode with classic Johnny and Roy scenes, as well as classic cases at Rampart!


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