A professor working with the Secret Service is experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia and Dr. Brackett resents the interference of the government agents in the professor's care, where the ... See full summary »

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A professor working with the Secret Service is experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia and Dr. Brackett resents the interference of the government agents in the professor's care, where the professor's wife talks to Dixie, whose husband was brought over to the hospital, for a physical examination. Roy has an admirer calling him everywhere, despite Johnny saying to both Dixie and Dr. Early, his partner has no "charisma", and needles him relentlessly about it. Between the phone calls, the firemen assist a plane crash victim, deliver a premature baby, and help prevent a suicidal man from jumping off a building under construction. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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In the teaser, Sir Erik Rossman, has a sudden violent outburst. During this, he recites provocative and incendiary poetry. His wife, Lady Rossman, manages to talk him down with a more romantic passage. The author of these lines was poet William Blake (1757-1827). See more »

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When Gage and DeSoto start to pull the victim from the wrecked airplane, it's clear that there is nothing underneath the fuselage, but in the closeup as they start to run away, there is a shiny blue can that gives off an obvious spark just before the plane bursts into flames. See more »

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Roy's admirer
12 July 2013 | by (United States Minor Outlying Islands) – See all my reviews

The previous reviewer connects Roy's mysterious admirer, Susan St. John, to an actress who was (at the time of the show) starring on MacMillan & Wife. This is incorrect. The actress who played on MacMillan & Wife was Susan Saint JAMES, not Saint John. Whether the writers of Emergency purposely used a name similar to a known actress is unknowable, but perhaps they simply thought that the name Susan Saint John sounded fancy and classy. In any case, regarding this episode of Emergency, any references to MacMillan & Wife in particular, or network synergy in general, should be disregarded.

And btw, why SHOULDN'T Roy have an admirer? Johnny's a hot-head and gets obsessed with crazy ideas. Roy is level-headed and supremely capable at his job.


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