A drunk driver rams into a car, trapping a little girl inside, and the doctors are concerned the girl may have brain damage, which leads Dixie before Dr. Brackett, into explaining her ... See full summary »

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Nancy Taylor
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Sam Jenks
Kip Niven ...
Stan Taylor
Michael Norell ...
Tim Donnelly ...
Fireman Kelly
Marco López ...
Fireman Lopez (as Marco Lopez)
Mike Stoker ...
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Vince Howard ...
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Renée Lippin ...
Rosemary (as Renee Lippin)
Joe Pizzorusso ...
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A drunk driver rams into a car, trapping a little girl inside, and the doctors are concerned the girl may have brain damage, which leads Dixie before Dr. Brackett, into explaining her parents about that disability, as well as paralysis, if surgery is successful. Kelly pesters John about his Native American heritage. The fireman have to rescue a man on a scaffold while being pinned down by a sniper. Other rescues include a boy getting his hand stuck in a gumball machine, a woman whose extremely tight girdle is causing breathing problems, and a fire caused by a workman mixing fuel into the water lines. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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14 October 1972 (USA)  »

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After the Station 51 crew finishes watching a western on TV, Chet Kelly calls it a "classic" and "history in the making". John Gage debunks the film, calling it "propaganda", and accusing white men of being "land-grabbing, treaty-breaking liars". This is the first mention of Gage being of Native American heritage. Randolph Mantooth, who played Gage, is part Native American, with Seminole, Cherokee, and Potawatomi lineage. See more »

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Capt. Stanley: Let's have a reel line on this gas!
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So, what are you smoking in that peace pipe?
21 November 2013 | by (Earth) – See all my reviews

This was an average episode of an extraordinary show; but contrary to some goofy/inane perceptions herein offered, the first action in the episode pertained to Little Debbie versus The Drunk and not heredity or singularity. REVIEWERS, kindly get your facts in order before you seek to opine. Certainly, there was the usual mindless "firehouse chatter" between the guys; all regular viewers know Chet for a harmless, charmless, brainless wonder (our friends across the Atlantic call this type of person a "prat.") And, we definitely know cute and winsome Johnny Gage is no mental giant, himself. Later the guys leave their TV movie at the firehouse to view other features, such as "The Young, The Old & The Ugly Gumball Machine" and "Fat Chick Versus The Girdle". But the episode ends with happy tears over healed wounds and a psycho with a loaded firearm ... a typical day at Rampart.


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