Emergency!

Season 5 Episode 6

The Indirect Method

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 18, 1975 on NBC
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The Indirect Method
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A hard-nosed female trainee is assigned to Roy and John. Freeway construction threatens an old couple's house. A man tries to commit suicide by gas, then changes his mind. A man suffers a heart attack and the paramedics are unable to revive him. Roy is electrocuted trying to save an invalid at a structure fire.moreless

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    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.

    Ron Pinkard

    Ron Pinkard

    Doctor Morton

    Elayne Heilveil

    Elayne Heilveil

    Karen Overstreet

    Guest Star

    Richard Bakalyan

    Richard Bakalyan

    Dewey (as Dick Bakalyn)

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    Ann Loos

    Ann Loos

    Mrs. Hurley (as Anne Loos)

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      • In the scene where the dispatcher calls for Squad 51 to respond to a call about a man down, he said that the time out was at 8:40. But, looking at the clock just above his mike, it says 11:44, not 8:40.

      • During Roy's resuscitation scene, Marco is having trouble fitting the oxygen mask to the tubing on the demand valve resuscitator. He finally gives up in trying to use the prop.

      • In the past, trainees wore helmets. Karen was given no helmet. Ride alongs also generally wore helmets. Perhaps this was oversight, or done deliberately since she was not a firefighter as well as a paramedic.

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