Emergency!

Season 1 Episode 2

Botulism

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Jan 29, 1972 on NBC
9.2
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Botulism
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John plots his revenge after being the repeated target of practical jokes. A man breaks his back falling off a tower. A woman fakes an illness. Dr. 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. A boy is trapped in a condemned building.moreless

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  • Very well Writen. I Liked this one.

    9.2


    John is out revenge after some plays some jokes on him. John decides to put garlic in a box chocolates to get back at the person only to get himself. Rescue in this episode from a man falling 20 feet and injuring his back to Boy being trapped in a collapse building. To a woman faking a heart problem. Just make her husband feel bad. I love the way they use smelling salts to get her out of faking It. Then they read her the riot act for taking them off more important calls. Mean while Dixie and Dr. Brackett are fighting over the way the Dr. Brackett treated a Student nurse. Dixie said It should be her call correct the Student not Dr. Bracketts. To case of botulism caused by stroganuffmoreless
Randolph Mantooth

Randolph Mantooth

Firefighter John Gage

Kevin Tighe

Kevin Tighe

Firefighter Roy DeSoto

Robert Fuller

Robert Fuller

Kelly Brackett, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Bobby Troup

Bobby Troup

Joe Early, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Julie London

Julie London

Dixie McCall, R.N.

Tim Donnelly

Tim Donnelly

Chester B. Kelly

Cal Bartlett

Cal Bartlett

Jim Parker (as Calvin Bartlett)

Guest Star

Anne Whitfield

Anne Whitfield

Pam Parker

Guest Star

Paul Langton

Paul Langton

Myron Gilmore

Guest Star

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  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Johnny: (to Roy) What do you say, Doctor? A little spirit for the soul?

      Roy: I'd say the diagnosis calls for that.

      Mr. Gilmore: Oh, you're going to give her some medicine, huh?

      Roy: Doctor DeSoto's elixir for reparation, renovation, and general overall revival of perfidious ailments.

      Mr. Gilmore: Must be good stuff.

      Johnny: In this case, the best.

      Martha Gilmore: (gasping and coughing) What is that stuff? What are you doing to me?

      Roy/: Smelling salts. An unconscious person would hardly react to it.

      Martha: Well that's a rotten trick.

      Johnny: You've got to stop faking these heart attacks, Mrs. Gilmore. We can't keep rolling out here like this.

    • Kel: I don't know, Dix, I just can't diagnose your problem.

      Dixie: Maybe that's because I haven't got one.

      Kel: Then what are you mad about.

      Dixie: I'm not mad. I'm just concerned about young student nurses not being frighened away from the hospital in their first week because of a grouch doctor who has zero understanding.

      Kel: That student nurse pulled a completely inexcusable stunt and you know it.

      Dixie: And it's my job to make sure their mistakes are corrected, not yours. You had no business jumping on her like you did.

      Kel: We covered that subject last night too.

      Dixie: Only part of it, you walked out, remember?

      Kel: I didn't feel like I was welcome anymore.

      Dixie: That's no reason to walk out on a perfectly good dinner. Which by the way, I spent two hours preparing.

      Kel: Preparing what, the dinner or the arguement?

      Dixie: Oh you're impossible, Dr. Brackett, absolutely impossible.

      Kel: It's just that I resent being set up for the kill. I thought we had a pact, Dix. Hospital business stays at the hospital.

      Dixie: I merely mentioned it in passing.

      Kel: Yeah, like a passing truck.

      Dixie: Why is it you make such a big deal out of everything?

      PA: Dr. Bracket, Dr. Bracket, go to treatment 5.

      Kel: Who was it who made such a big deal out of me critizing that student nurse.

      Dixie: Treatment 5, Dr. Brackett. I'll wash your cup.

      Kel: (rising to leave) Thanks.

    • One of the two best shows released shows of the 70's.

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