Emergency!

The Tycoons

Season 5, Ep 21, Aired 2/28/76
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  • Episode Description
  • John sees a run-down hot dog stand as a great investment opportunity that the entire station can get in on. A rubbish fire nearly turns into an embarrassing incident. A nail thrown by a lawn mower lodges in a man's heart. A burglar with a bullet in his leg resists treatment. An infant has breathing difficulty. A ruptured gas line causes a fire to break out on the roof of an industrial complex.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Robin Clark

    Chris

  • Randolph Mantooth

    Firefighter John Gage

  • Sheila James

    Phylis

  • Kevin Tighe

    Firefighter Roy DeSoto

  • Ted Gehring

    Mr. Hobson

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Trivia (5)

    • In regards to hot dog stand burning, Capt. Stanley does not say it burned "last year". The correct statement is "last shift". He then shows the log book where calls are recorded.

    • GOOF: At the very end of the episode after Roy has given in and finally decides to invest with the rest of the station, Captain Stanley says that the hot dog stand burned down "last year" instead of saying that it burned down "last night"

    • Johnny says they have 18 guys at the station. With 6 men to a shift, that gives them 3 shifts. A Shift, B Shift, and C Shift. That also is a one day on, two days off type of schedule.

    • In almost every episode, they have milk in at least a quart size carton and pour it into glasses. In this episode, Roy and Johnny drink milk from half pint cartons while they eat sandwiches.

    • The younger fans who discovered Emergency on TV Land and/or DVD should take note of the prices for the food items at Davey's Dogs, the hot dog stand the guys inspect. Those were the prices back in the 70s.

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