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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Filmed in a semi-documentary style, Squad 51 takes on life-or-death challenges.
A woman involved in a car accident is concerned about her dog, so John agrees to take care of it. When John and Roy treat a man with chest pains, they also have to deal with his drunk party guests. They later fly out to a remote area to rescue an injured hunter who fell off a cliff. Before Dixie talks to a lady, one of her dear friends, whose man has diabetes, she encourages both an orderly and hospital security to find her.
John plots his revenge after being the repeated target of practical jokes. Dixie is worried about a student nurse, whose performances are affected by Dr. Brackett's personality. A man breaks his back falling off a tower. A woman fakes an illness. Early's stethoscope becomes lodged in his ear. A man brought into the hospital from a movie set is the first indication of an outbreak of botulism, where Dr. Brackett suspects this. Roy and John rescue a boy trapped in a collapsed building.
Roy worries that the other Station 51 personnel will not like his cooking. Dixie congratulates Johnny, who delivers a cyanotic baby. A boy gets his hand stuck in a vase; prior to Nurse Sharon Walters, a kltuzy student nurse finds a pack of ice to give to Dr. Early for the boy to use, Dixie cautions her about running in the hospital, prior to taking an errand. Also, a man repairing a washer gets an electric shock, and a man is trapped on a crane.
Station 51 is called up to fight an out-of-control brushfire. An elderly woman breaks her ankle, a man is injured by a horse stampede, a looter is injured in a motorcycle accident, a boy breaks his arm and loses his dog, and a firefighter is trapped and injured under a fallen tree. The out-of-control brushfire also threatens the house of a pregnant woman in labor, who cannot be moved.
Because John keeps losing at cards and being stuck with doing the dishes at the station, he creates his own card game. Off-duty, Dr. Brackett and Dixie spend time to unwind, who also meditate on the people that want to die rather than live, and the people that want to live rather than die. Roy talks down a boy in a plane after the pilot (his father) has a heart attack. The paramedics respond to an attempted suicide, an overturned truck and a teenage overdose victim. Drs. Brackett, Early and Morton, even Dixie, all take care of a husband who is suffering from a severe hemorrhage
Sparks fly between John and a student nurse. A store owner shoots an armed robber and is filled with remorse, a dog delays the rescue of an unconscious woman, a man is bitten by a Black Widow spider, Dr. Early deals with a man suffering from delirium tremens, and a man is injured at a chemical plant and trapped on some pipes. Dr. Brackett and Dixie deal with a tough man suffering from chest pains. Dixie and Dr. Morton assume an unconscious hippie is on drugs.
John is envious of the publicity given to another paramedic. John later becomes seasick after he and Roy have rescued a man in ship's rigging. A powerful tycoon threatens to take Dr. Brackett to court because of the tycoon's son's diagnosis; however, with his and Dixie's help, Dr. Early eventually successfully calms the tycoon down. Dixie takes care of an already taken lady, whom John was going to see. The paramedics rescue a horse from a ditch and a child stuck in a well.
John comments on how weird things were going to happen on his shift, and he is proven right as they have to rescue a parachutist stuck in a tree. Also on that weird Wednesday, an obese man collapses while jogging; after an 80-year-old woman sprains her ankle while dancing at her birthday party, the guests go to the hospital to resume the fun; a man cannot stop hiccuping; a boy tries to freeze himself to preserve his body; a female golfer is bitten by a rattlesnake; a prostitute brings her john in after he suffers a heart attack; and finally, Gage and DeSoto rescue a drunk driver, during which Gage is injured. A seaman in pain shows up at Rampart, but speaks no English.
John and Roy gets stuck in an elevator, in-between floors, and then the brake drum fails; inside, a woman suffers a heart attack. Nurse Walters admires Dr. Brackett, when he sets her off, much to her pleasing him, when he's around, therefore, Dixie diagnoses her medical student with Bracketitis. A firefighter enthusiast has a crush on John, who wants to get rid of her. At the junkyard, John and Roy takes care of an injured man. An industrial accident takes place at a railroad yard. Thanks to Dixie's encouragement, and before Nurse Walters smiles in front of both her and Brackett, they all take care of a man with a pulmonary embolism.
Johnny watches an episode of Adam-12, however, the call has been interrupted when he and Roy must head to the guard at a building, where a jewel thief has become stuck in the ductwork. Johnny also didn't have a choice other than to explain to Dixie about missing an episode of that show. Two men involved in a fight, Drs. Brackett and Early stopped them, Dixie protects Dr. Brackett, who treats a surfer by ruining his cast, before he takes care of a woman with a neurological disorder. Dixie is tired of all the nonsense happening in the hospital or taking advantage of anybody's emergencies, someplace else. Radioactivity impedes the rescue of a lab worker.
Before Dr. Brackett takes care of a football player, who tackles too hard, John and Roy rescues him, before they take care of a burglar that is suffering from a heart attack. John asks Roy to apologize for calling his partner, "some kind of nut." Realizing she is dying, except for the real problem is north of the neck, both the man and a woman asks Dixie and Dr. Early for help. A child, who swallowed pentobarbital, who's being brought in at Rampart, by a babysitter, and that Dixie talks to her about this situation. John and Roy both rescue the occupants of a light plane that had crashed in a tree.
Randolph Mantooth(Fireman John Gage)
Kevin Tighe(Fireman Roy DeSoto)
Robert Fuller(Kelly Brackett, M.D., F.A.C.S.)
Julie London(Dixie McCall, R.N.)
Bobby Troup(Joe Early, M.D., F.A.C.S.)
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