The last of the firemen is discharged and surrounded by family, he drives away on his squad's engine, horns blazing and Caldwell standing on the sidewalk smiling and wearing his firemen's hat. Morrison' neighbor was babysitting Pete when he had to rush his daughter to ER; in the ensuing fight to save her, Morrison gives her father options where he can be more than a spectator. Two very cantankerous brothers check in and cause many more problems than the staff anticipates. Kathy is given a document requiring trust, tact and understanding. Cavanero gets in over her head with an attractive doctor and the obnoxious Mrs. Hufnagel gets dropped on yet another hapless resident.
Did You Know?
The title is from the song "Up on the Roof" written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and recorded (and hit the charts) in 1962 by The Drifters. See more