The station (sans Roy) enters the fireman's barber shop quartet contest. A man keeps having to be rescued while trying various ways to exercise. A woman overdoses on sleeping pills.

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Charles Robinson ...
Jack Michaels (as Charles Knox Robinson)
Jo Anne Meredith ...
Gloria Haroldson (as Joanne Meredith)
Tim Donnelly ...
Michael Norell ...
Marco López ...
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Ron Pinkard ...
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Lora Gibson
Peter Colt ...
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The station (except Roy) is entering the fireman's barber shop quartet contest. Johnny explains his dilemma to Dixie, but the problem he has is with Roy, who says it takes a lot of work, whom they'll all side with him. In between practices the firemen have to constantly assist a man who is trying various ways to exercise while on a crash diet, and a woman OD's on sleeping pills. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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30 November 1974 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Fred Gibson, the character role played by Lennie Weinrib, was rescued most often in any program, three times. The name "Fred Gibson" was picked from author, Old Yeller (1957). The b of Fred Gibson's name replaced the p of author, Fred Gipson, mainly because Old Yeller often rescued some one of the family, Arliss, Travis & their mother. See more »

Goofs

When a man is trapped on the side of a hill the crew can't see him from the top of the cliff. Capt Stanley sends Chet down the road for a better view, with a handie talkie, When the Gage is ready to go down the cliff Chet tells Capt Stanley 'he's about 30 feet to the RIGHT of the victim'. However, in the next shot Gage is actually to the LEFT of the victim. See more »

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Goodbye, My Coney Island Baby
Lyrics by Les Applegate
Performed by Randolph Mantooth, Tim Donnelly, Marco López, Michael Norell, and Mike Stoker
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