History Series / Emergency

30th Jan '16 7:31:25 PM Tarlonniel
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* ImprobablyCoolCar: Someone explain how Roy can afford a Porsche on a fire department salary, even if it is an older model and probably used. ** Until 1972 or so, German currency was pegged to US at DM0.25=US$1. New Porsches were never *cheap* but they didn't get seriously super-expensive until the stagflation era of the mid-late '70s when the dollar tanked against the Deutschemark and German products shot up in price but still sold. Roy's is from the mid-60s and fully depreciated.
30th Jan '16 7:17:26 PM nlpnt
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** Until 1972 or so, German currency was pegged to US at DM0.25=US$1. New Porsches were never *cheap* but they didn't get seriously super-expensive until the stagflation era of the mid-late '70s when the dollar tanked against the Deutschemark and German products shot up in price but still sold. Roy's is from the mid-60s and fully depreciated.
28th Jan '16 5:34:50 PM Tarlonniel
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period. ''Most Deadly Passage'' starred two doctors played by George Wyner (later of Series/HillStreetBlues and Film/{{Spaceballs}}) and a very young Creator/JohnDeLancie.
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period. ''Most Deadly Passage'' starred two doctors played by George Wyner (later of Series/HillStreetBlues ''Series/HillStreetBlues'' and Film/{{Spaceballs}}) ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'') and a very young Creator/JohnDeLancie.
28th Jan '16 5:33:22 PM Tarlonniel
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period. ''Most Deadly Passage'' starred two doctors played by George Wyner (later of HillStreetBlues and {{Spaceballs}}) and a very young {{John de Lancie}}.
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period. ''Most Deadly Passage'' starred two doctors played by George Wyner (later of HillStreetBlues Series/HillStreetBlues and {{Spaceballs}}) Film/{{Spaceballs}}) and a very young {{John de Lancie}}.Creator/JohnDeLancie.
28th Jan '16 5:23:31 PM iluvcapra
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period. ''Most Deadly Passage'' starred two doctors played by George Wyner (later of HillStreetBlues and {{Spaceballs}}) and John D'Lancie.
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period. ''Most Deadly Passage'' starred two doctors played by George Wyner (later of HillStreetBlues and {{Spaceballs}}) and John D'Lancie.a very young {{John de Lancie}}.
28th Jan '16 5:19:20 PM iluvcapra
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period.
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** The later TV movie, ''Most Deadly Passage'', was intended as a pilot for a series about the Medic One fire department paramedic unit in {{Seattle}}, Washington, reputed to be one of the finest (as noted in a 1974 segment of a ''60 Minutes'' episode) and well-known of that time period. ''Most Deadly Passage'' starred two doctors played by George Wyner (later of HillStreetBlues and {{Spaceballs}}) and John D'Lancie.
18th Jan '16 2:38:36 PM Munolik
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**Mike Stoker, Engine 51's engineer and driver, was played by an actual LA County Fire Engineer... by the name of Mike Stoker.
14th Jan '16 5:48:27 AM Tarlonniel
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* TheDeterminator: In one episode Roy and Johnny respond to a call involving a man playing poker with his buddies. He had refused to stop playing even though he had already won a lot, causing them to play all night well into the morning. Then he starts having a heart attack. And he ''still'' refuses to leave despite his friends and the paramedics telling him how serious his situation is. And since he's still concious and alert, they can't force him. He ''finally'' relents and agrees to go to the hospital on the condition that Johnny finish his hand, which Johnny does. Even as he's being wheeled away he tells Johnny not to fold under ''any'' circumstances.
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* TheDeterminator: In one episode Roy and Johnny respond to a call involving a man playing poker with his buddies. He had refused to stop playing even though he had already won a lot, causing them to play all night well into the morning. Then he starts having a heart attack. And he ''still'' refuses to leave despite his friends and the paramedics telling him how serious his situation is. And since he's still concious conscious and alert, they can't force him. He ''finally'' relents and agrees to go to the hospital on the condition that Johnny finish his hand, which Johnny does. Even as he's being wheeled away he tells Johnny not to fold under ''any'' circumstances.

** Several other interns appear as extras occasionally in Rampart, often learning from Brackett or Early. They are indentified by the older-style physician's uniform tunics they where.
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** Several other interns appear as extras occasionally in Rampart, often learning from Brackett or Early. They are indentified identified by the older-style physician's uniform tunics they where.

* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Dr. Morton again. Despite his DrJerk persona (see above), he cares about the people that come through Rampart, and is always willing to help, even in one situation involving a man with a grenade fired into his stomach where his own life was in danger because of said grenade. He also ''hates'' when bad things happen to kids. And in one episode, he quietly researched dog medicine when Boot the fire dog seemed unusually low energy, causing Dixie to lampshade that he was a "pussycat", to which Morton said "Sure but don;t teel them that". He also starts to mellow out and by later seasons, his attitude has improved to the point where he's much less of a jerk to begin with.
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Dr. Morton again. Despite his DrJerk persona (see above), he cares about the people that come through Rampart, and is always willing to help, even in one situation involving a man with a grenade fired into his stomach where his own life was in danger because of said grenade. He also ''hates'' when bad things happen to kids. And in one episode, he quietly researched dog medicine when Boot the fire dog seemed unusually low energy, causing Dixie to lampshade that he was a "pussycat", to which Morton said "Sure but don;t teel don't tell them that". He also starts to mellow out and by later seasons, his attitude has improved to the point where he's much less of a jerk to begin with.
13th Jan '16 9:17:53 PM Str8taim
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* TheDeterminator: In one episode Roy and Johnny respond to a call involving a man playing poker with his buddies. He had refused to stop playing even though he had already won a lot, causing them to play all night well into the morning. Then he starts having a heart attack. And he ''still'' refuses to leave despit his friends and the paramedics telling him how serious his situation is. And since he's still concious and alert, they can't force him. He ''finally'' relents and agrees to go to the hospital on the condition that Johnny finish his hand, which Johnny does. Even as he's being wheeled away he tells Johnny not to fold under ''any'' circumstances.
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* TheDeterminator: In one episode Roy and Johnny respond to a call involving a man playing poker with his buddies. He had refused to stop playing even though he had already won a lot, causing them to play all night well into the morning. Then he starts having a heart attack. And he ''still'' refuses to leave despit despite his friends and the paramedics telling him how serious his situation is. And since he's still concious and alert, they can't force him. He ''finally'' relents and agrees to go to the hospital on the condition that Johnny finish his hand, which Johnny does. Even as he's being wheeled away he tells Johnny not to fold under ''any'' circumstances.

* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Dr. Morton again. Despite his DrJerk persona (see above), he cares about the people that come through Rampart, and is always willing to help, even in one situation involving a man with a grenade fired into his stomach where his own life was in danger because of said grenade.. He also ''hates'' when bad things happen to kids. And in one episode, he quetly researched dog medicine when Boot the fire dog seemed usually low energy, causing Dixie to lampshade that he was a "pussycat", to which Morton said "Sure but don;t teel them that". He also starts to mellow out and by later seasons, his attitude has improved to the point where he's much less of a jerk to begin with.
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Dr. Morton again. Despite his DrJerk persona (see above), he cares about the people that come through Rampart, and is always willing to help, even in one situation involving a man with a grenade fired into his stomach where his own life was in danger because of said grenade..grenade. He also ''hates'' when bad things happen to kids. And in one episode, he quetly quietly researched dog medicine when Boot the fire dog seemed usually unusually low energy, causing Dixie to lampshade that he was a "pussycat", to which Morton said "Sure but don;t teel them that". He also starts to mellow out and by later seasons, his attitude has improved to the point where he's much less of a jerk to begin with.
13th Jan '16 8:50:31 PM Str8taim
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* TheIntern: An arrogant, know-it-all one rode along with the medics in one episode.
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* TheIntern: TheIntern: ** Dr. Morton was in the middle of his internship during the first few seasons. He then began his residency later in the series. ** An arrogant, know-it-all one rode along with the medics in one episode.episode. ** Several other interns appear as extras occasionally in Rampart, often learning from Brackett or Early. They are indentified by the older-style physician's uniform tunics they where.

* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Dr. Morton again. Despite his DrJerk persona (see above), he cares about the people that come through Rampart, and is always willing to help, ebven in one situation involving a man with a grenade fired into his stomach where his own life was in danger. He also ''hates'' when bad things happen to kids * LastNameBasis: Brice called everyone he worked with by last name. Morton also started to mellow out, to where he attitude significantly improved in later seasons.
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Dr. Morton again. Despite his DrJerk persona (see above), he cares about the people that come through Rampart, and is always willing to help, ebven even in one situation involving a man with a grenade fired into his stomach where his own life was in danger. danger because of said grenade.. He also ''hates'' when bad things happen to kids kids. And in one episode, he quetly researched dog medicine when Boot the fire dog seemed usually low energy, causing Dixie to lampshade that he was a "pussycat", to which Morton said "Sure but don;t teel them that". He also starts to mellow out and by later seasons, his attitude has improved to the point where he's much less of a jerk to begin with. * LastNameBasis: Brice called everyone he worked with by last name. Morton also started to mellow out, to where he attitude significantly improved in later seasons.
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