Emergency!: Season 2, Episode 16

Syndrome (10 Feb. 1973)

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Roy complains of a "tickle" in his throat, which John suspects is tonsillitis. A famous actor, and former flame of Dixie's, is admitted to Rampart with chest pain (later suspected to be ... See full summary »

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Roy complains of a "tickle" in his throat, which John suspects is tonsillitis. A famous actor, and former flame of Dixie's, is admitted to Rampart with chest pain (later suspected to be related to excessive MSG consumption), while his producer clamors for him to be released to finish filming his TV show. While Dr. Early deals with a hypochondriac. Boot the Dog has surgery to remove a tick. The firemen assist two kids stuck on top of a gas tank, several girls injured in a rough lacrosse game, and a fire at Olive View Hospital (damaged in the 1971 San Fernando earthquake) set by an arsonist that trapped four people results in Chet being injured and taken to the hospital where he is roomed with Roy, who has his tonsils removed. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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The "Olive View Hospital" sequence in this episode was filmed at the severely-damaged Olive View Hospital in Sylmar, California, USA. The hospital was less than one year old when damaged beyond repair by the February 9, 1971 San Fernando Earthquake. See more »

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