Season 1 Episode 9


Aired Monday 10:00 PM Aug 07, 2006 on TNT

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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  • Paramedics and EMTs are awesome. :)

    Wow. Definitely the best episode so far this season. I found Saved boring in the first few episodes, but last episode and this episode has really brought up their average quality. Harper and Angie make another show of friendship, and Harper saved somebody when Angie was injured. Wyatt and Sack made an incredible save. It was a very cool relationship between everybody when Wyatt saved the baby. Too bad the mother died though... she deserved to live with her baby and watch her kid grow up.

    Alice sure showed that FBI agent who's in charge of the trauma room. She handled that smoothly and in an awesome fashion. A good episode. Probably the best so far.
  • Action-Packed, Intense, Mournful

    This was such an amazing episode, it really packed it all in. Action, so much action with the bombing. They way they filmed it, sort of haphazard and skewed made it even more intense. It's amazing how much compassion you see coming out of Wyatt. At first you think that Jill is going to make it, they found her, they'll get her out, and all the time she keeps saying she's okay. Then boom, she's gone, and what to do with the baby. It was an intense situation, I know that I was on the edge of my seat as Wyatt delivered the baby via C-Section. It was a mournful experience when Jill's husband realizes that he's got a child now, but no wife. I thought it was interesting that they did a flashback to the couple's courtship, while they were in a warzone. Yet Jill's husband doesn't seem to understand the concept of loss, especially accidental loss. I thought it was evil and increased the drama when you found out that a lawsuit was going to be filed. BAH ... but that's the American way. (Vultures)

    Yet another exciting and intense episode from the producers of this show and it sincerely makes me want to keep tuning in.
  • This episode was wonderful.

    I hope the writers can continue to write very true to life stories that show human compassion and committment! I really enjoyed this episode! The lives and hardships of the parametics and doctors is portrade as I think many people in the medical field must go through every day. I'm glad to see a show without sex and violence and fancy graphics to do well in the television market...GO SAVED!
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