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Season 6

The Steel Inferno

Jan/07/1978
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Director: Georg Fenady

Most Deadly Passage

Apr/04/1978
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What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing...

Jun/26/1979
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Guest Stars: Tom Williams (1) as Frank Weber
Director: Georg Fenady

The Convention

Jul/03/1979
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Director: Georg Fenady

99 :06x01 - The Game

Sep/25/1976
Roy and Johnny draw what might be an envious assignment: to provide medical coverage for a football game. But they're too busy with a choking victim, a man with breathing problems, an announcer who has a heart attack and a photographer. The also help a man trapped in a tree.
Guest Stars: Jack Knight (1) as Fan | Richard Paul as Tom Ellis | Polly Middleton as (unknown) | Laurie Kennedy as Paramedic Coordinator | Steve Drexel as (unknown) | Jack Carter as Game Announcer | Larry Carroll (1) as Walters | Jesse Wayne as Photographer

100 :06x02 - Not Available

Oct/02/1976
A rule forbidding squads from entering each others' jurisdiction causes a delayed response. Roy and Johnny treat a possible heart attack, a fainting victim, a man trapped in a car, and must rescue an escaped prisoner from a ledge when he flees out a window and his nerve fails.
Guest Stars: William Boyett as Captain, Engine 39 | Arnold Turner as Unknown | Scott Arthur Allen as Unknown | Dorothy Love as Florence | Wayne Heffley as Holt | Burt Cooper as Reed (as Burton Cooper) | Ivy Bethune as May | Bever-Leigh Banfield as Second Woman (as Kristen Banfield) |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant | Scott Gourlay as LAPD Officer
Director: Cliff Bole
Writer: Preston Wood

101 :06x03 - The Unlikely Heirs

Oct/09/1976
Firefighters rescue an elderly homeless man from a fire, and discover a small fortune in his mattress, a part of which he tries to donate to the station in gratitude, refusing to understand that they cannot take the money. A bride faints walking up the aisle and a plane crashes into a warehouse. At Rampart, Dixie must give a tetanus shot to a young boy.
Guest Stars: Paul Brinegar as Max | Poindexter Yothers as Andy | Jim Stathis as Stuart | Bennye Gatteys as Cheryl | Jeannine Brown as Andy | Robert Karnes as Cheryl's Dad | Elizabeth Kerr (1) as Mrs. Evans | Duane Lewis as First Dispatcher, LACFD
Director: Georg Fenady

102 :06x04 - That Time of Year

Oct/23/1976
Roy gets dizzy following a fire in a nightclub. Paramedics help an instructor injured while teaching self-defense and a pair of hang glider pilots following an unfortunate encounter with a cliff. As Roy's vacation draws near, the station becomes crowded with people offering destination advice.
Guest Stars: Meg Wyllie as Mrs. Pastone | Pamela Susan Shoop as Marcia Emerson (as Pamela Shoop) | Ronnie Schell as Allan Hendricks | David Pritchard as Jack Grady (as Dave Pritchard) | Linda Gray as Judy | Don Fenwick as Larry | Amy Allen (1) as Mrs. Grady
Director: Dennis Donnelly

103 :06x05 - Fair Fight

Oct/30/1976
The laziest mascot in the long history of lazy mascots, Henry the Hound, joins Station 51, taking a place on the couch from which only great effort can dislodge him. At an industrial plant that does government work, plant security will not permit Roy and Johnny into a secret room to search for victims because they lack the needed clearance. A husband and wife who "therapeutically argue" keep allowing their arguments to escalate out of control. A tunnel cave-in traps Johnny when he tries to rescue as pair of injured workers.
Guest Stars: Vernon Weddle as Dietrich | Delos V. Smith, Jr. as Greg | Anne Schedeen as Margo | Terry Kiser as Lance | James Ingersoll as Guard Sergeant | Jack Bender as Sills | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD
Director: Kevin Tighe
Writer: Preston Wood

104 :06x06 - Rules of Order

Nov/06/1976
Johnny and Roy are called to serve on the paramedic advisory committee, and there encounter Johnny's temporary replacement, Craig Brice, a man with whom even easy-going Roy has difficulty working. A car hits a utility pole, injuring the lineman working atop it. Paramedics must make another climbing rescue: a pair of mountain climbers trapped on the side of a building.
Guest Stars: Frank Aletter as Unknown | Ray Ballard as Press Agent | Sandy Balson as Unknown | Bob Belliveau as Bob (BriceĀ“s Partner) | Scott Gourlay as Police Officer Scotty - LAPD | Bert Holland as Hoover | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD | James G. Richardson as Craig Brice | Beverly Johnson as Unknown | Larry Manetti as Bert Dwyer
Director: Georg Fenady

105 :06x07 - The Exam

Nov/13/1976
Paramedics must from time to time prove they know their craft, and for Roy and Johnny that time has come: the dreaded recertification exams. While trying to cram, they must deal with a fireman's widow who has come to rely on the station just a little too much - to the point that when she actually needs help, they're not sure whether to believe her. Also, a stunt that goes wrong causes a fire.
Guest Stars: Jodean Lawrence (1) as Mrs. Cooper | Allan Lurie as Sam | Bridget Hanley as Molly |
Uncredited: Angelo De Meo as Ambulance Driver | Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant
Writer: Tom Egan

106 :06x08 - Captain Hook

Nov/20/1976
The firemen hold a retirement dinner - really a party - for a strict Captain they're happy to see the last of. Heat exhaustion overcomes a woman dressed as a bear. Firemen rescue a pair of CHP officers from a downed helicopter, and a family fears their mother has died.
Guest Stars: William Bryant as Captain Engine 45 | Rick Podell as Mike Kandell | Joe Maross as Captain Hookrader | Chad States as Terry | Jim B. Smith as Sergeant | Bert Williams as Carter | Joann Hicks as Polar Bear Model (as Joanne Hicks) | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD

107 :06x09 - Computer Terror

Dec/04/1976
Gage gets a windfall: a paycheck for thousands of dollars! It's a computer error, of course, but frustration mounts has he tries to put it right. A vagrant falls asleep in a junked car - and finds himself in a car crusher! Johnny and Roy face problems trying to help a man with back problems - from the man's dog! Firefighters must retrieve two injured men from a scaffold.
Guest Stars: Russ Grieve as Unknown | Walt Davis as Unknown | Zitto Kazann as Unknown | Ted Gehring as Unknown | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD | Duane Lewis as First Dispatcher, LACFD |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: Bruce Shelly

108 :06x10 - Welcome to Santa Rosa County

Dec/25/1976
Johnny and Roy plan a fishing trip to Santa Rosa, but stranded climbers and a boat explosion delay them. Finally arriving, they offer their ideas to the local sheriff when he expresses interest in adding emergency medical services to his jurisdiction.
Guest Stars: Bill Watson (2) as Tom | Carla Layton as Fisherman's Wife | James Jeter as Sheriff Bittner
Writer: Preston Wood

109 :06x11 - Paperwork

Jan/08/1977
Chet and Marko face the unpleasant task of correcting a filing problem caused by a computer error. A new supply system at Rampart still needs work, and the nurse in charge causes problems for the paramedics. A kid nearly drowns in a storm drain, a janitor drinks some *very old* wine and firemen respond to a warehouse blaze.
Guest Stars: Laurie Kennedy as Nurse Patterson | Peter Kastner as Unknown | Jeff Cotler as Mike | William Bronder as Tree trimmer | Peter Brocco as Professor |
Uncredited: Angelo De Meo as Ambulance Attendant | George Orrison as Ambulance Attendant | Mary Angela Shea as Nurse
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: John Groves

110 :06x12 - Loose Ends

Jan/15/1977
Doctor Brackett has a car accident that costs the other driver his life, and leaves that victim's daughter mute; the doctor's compassion leads him to blame himself. Later, the squad's fanbelt breaks, and when they pull over to repair it, Johnny and Roy become involved in a shootout, and eventually must treat a policeman with heart problems. Fire breaks out on a pier, and a boxcar full of ammonia makes fighting it far more dangerous.
Guest Stars: William Boyett as Chief McConnikee | William Bryant as Captain | Tara Talboy as Tina | Walter Mathews as Ed | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD | John Zenda as LAPD Officer |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant | Arnold Turner as Detective | Michele Noval as Nurse Michele
Director: Dennis Donnelly
Writer: Dee Murphey

111 :06x13 - An Ounce of Prevention

Jan/22/1977
Johnny volunteers himself and Roy to discuss fire prevention on a television show, and they become involved in a real emergency. A heart patient's treatment is complicated by the fact that he's trapped on a ferris wheel. A child eats a powerful pesticide. Chet tries to teach Henry tricks, not realizing he'd have more luck making the sun rise in the west!
Guest Stars: Richard Carlyle as Bart Phillips | Frank Farmer as Frank | Maureen Lee as Donna | Barbara Ellen Lyle as Unknown | Chad States as Ken Jordan | Peggy Webber as Helen Phillips | Dave Barry (1) as Tom Jensen |
Uncredited: Thomas Rosales, Jr. as Injured "Tom Jensen" Crewman

112 :06x14 - Insanity Epidemic

Feb/05/1977
Captain Stanley begins to worry when he learns one of his past captains is now his battalion chief, and his unfortunate mood proves contagious. Paramedics rescue a man whose car hits a truck carrying pesticides and a man shot in the chest by nail gun. The entire station tries to end a fight at an ice skating rink, and Marco is endangered by electricity and fire at a gas station.
Guest Stars: William Boyett as Battalion Chief | Robert Pratt (1) as Unknown | Branscombe Richmond as Ice Skating Clown | Vince St. Cyr as Bruno | Bill Zuckert as Bill Nelson | Ellen Moss as Thelma | Nancy Fox as Instructor | Betty Ann Carr as Lucy | Susan Alpern as Jody | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD | Angela May as Sandy Foster | Robert Shayne as Raymond Foster |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant

113 :06x15 - Breakdown

Feb/12/1977
An intermittent electrical problem periodically kills the power in the squad. Armed with a manual, Roy and Johnny set out to fix it, figuring it can't be that hard. A naturalist couple comes to Rampart with a version of anthrax. The paramedics rescue a man from an amusement part ride.
Guest Stars: Jean Allison as Grace | Richard Bakalyan as Charley (as Dick Bakalyan) | Brian Byers as Gerald | Joan Roberts as Jane |
Uncredited: Michele Noval as Nurse Michele
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: John Groves

114 :06x16 - Family Ties

Feb/19/1977
Roy dreads his mother-in-law's impending visit. Firemen must respond to a fire at... Rampart Emergency Hospital! A model rocket sets an attic on fire, endangering two kids and then Chet when he tries to rescue them. A quack nostrum gives a man lead poisoning, and doctors Brackett and Early argue over a medical convention in a very nice spot!
Guest Stars: James Van Patten as Mark | Dirk Evans as Truck Driver | Howard Honig as Arthur Basye | Susan Lawrence as Susan Basye | Daniel Selby as Brandon | Debi Storm as Toni (as Debbie Storm) | Kyle Anderson as Admitting Nurse |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant | Michele Noval as Nurse Michele
Director: Cliff Bole

115 :06x17 - Bottom Line

Feb/26/1977
Roy and Johnny feel Dr. Morton is too cautious, keeping them at scenes too long and limiting their availability for other rescues. Dr. Morton, of course, believes his caution is appropriate, and all three of them end up arguing it out with Dr. Brackett as the unhappy referee. Paramedics help a drowning man they discover when responding to another call, and rescue Vince from a traffic accident, except that Vince's head injury changes his reality, and he nearly shoots Johnny! Rampart treats a child beaned by an errant baseball and a man injured by a phosphorus grenade.
Guest Stars: Kedric Wolfe as Duke | Johnny Timko as Randy | Nick Pellegrino as Coach | Belle Ellig as Unknown | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant | Scott Gourlay as LAPD Officer | George Orrison as Ambulance Attendant | Mary Angela Shea as Nurse
Director: Dennis Donnelly

116 :06x18 - Firehouse Quintet

Mar/05/1977
Station 51 reaches the semi-finals of the fire department basketball league, but exhaustion from a rough shift the night before may scuttle their chances to go farther. Rescues include a cafeteria fire, a gymnast's fall, and a workman trapped at a studio.
Guest Stars: James Westmoreland as Unknown | Herb Vigran as Lou | Howard McGillin as Dwyer | Joanna Kerns as Unknown | Harold 'Happy' Hairston as Unknown |
Uncredited: George Orrison as Ambulance Attendant | John Price (3) as Player for Station 16
Director: Georg Fenady

117 :06x19 - The Boat

Mar/12/1977
Charlie, the man who keeps the station's equipment in good working order, stores a boat that he wants to sell in the back parking lot. The firemen decide they want to buy it as a kind of "time share" fishing boat. A bookie has a heart attack and the station has to break into his locked and barricaded office to reach him. A fire forces Rampart to evaculate, always a difficult task in a hospital.
Guest Stars: William Boyett as Chief Battalion 14 | Zitto Kazann as Alvie | Richard Bakalyan as Charley (as Dick Bakalyan) | Ted Gehring as Clinton | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD |
Uncredited: Michele Noval as Nurse Michele
Director: Georg Fenady

118 :06x20 - Isolation

Mar/19/1977
When a storm washes out a bridge, Johnny and Roy find themselves trapped at Station 86. They're the only medical help in the area at first, and they treat victims of an auto accident, a kid with bronchitis, a woman with a possibly broken hip and a man with heart problems. When Copter 15 transports victims to Rampart, Doctor Morton returns, and just in time to help the victims of another auto accident. Rampart also treats the victim of a lighting strike.
Guest Stars: William Bryant as Unknown | Linda Stuart as Dr. Slade (as Lyndel Stuart) | Glenn Sipes as Third Officer | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD |
Uncredited: Angelo De Meo as Accident Victim
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: John Groves

119 :06x21 - Upward and Onward

Apr/02/1977
Captain Stanley wants to pass the battalion chief's exam, the first qualification for becoming a battalion chief. He's afraid an incident between him and the current battalion chief years earlier may derail his effort. A soap opera doctor with mononucleosis creates chaos all around him and a real doctor with a serious blood vessel disorder is stuck in an elevator. Luckily for him Johnny and Roy are stuck in it with him.
Guest Stars: Tom Williams (1) as Arnold Williams | William Boyett as Chief McConn | Dabbs Greer as Dr. Hubert Nippert | Tabi Cooper as Jody | Leon Ames as Dr. Ned Tuttle |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant | Michele Noval as Nurse Michele | George Orrison as Ambulance Attendant
Director: Dennis Donnelly

120 :06x22 - Hypochondri-Cap

Apr/16/1977
Captain Stanley thinks he has arthritis - but won't see a doctor, because if he's right, it's the end of his fire fighting career. Finally, his men set up an appointment for him. A man gets his hand caught in a garage door opener and the station works to extinguish a refinery fire.
Guest Stars: William Boyett as Battalion Chief | Abraham Alvarez as C-shift Foreman | Bette Ford as Juen Edwards | William Bryant as Unknown | George Brenlin as Mort | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD |
Uncredited: Michele Noval as Nurse Michele | Charles Picerni as Worker
Director: Dennis Donnelly
Writer: Bruce Shelly

121 :06x23 - Limelight

Apr/23/1977
A man with heart problems becomes upset when his daughter is trapped under a backhoe, threatening his own health. A boy accidentally shoots himself with a pellet gun and a baby sitter can't catch her breath, requiring Dr. Brackett to treat her with a piece of equipment that costs about a penny. Everyone's favorite paramedic Craig Brice returns, having made the papers, and Johnny jealous. But Johnny has his chance to shine when he must rescue Craig from a fire. The aftermath of that earns Brice still more good press!
Guest Stars: William Bryant as Captain, Engine 16 | William Boyett as Chief McConnike | Jeannie Fitzsimmons as Newswoman | Shannon Farnon as Mrs. Robinson | Walter Barnes as Mike Gold | James G. Richardson as Craig Brice | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD | Steve Shaw as Earl Robinson | Maud Strand as Erika |
Uncredited: Harold 'Hal' Frizzell as Ambulance Attendant | Robert Hoff as Robert Bellingham | Michele Noval as Nurse Michele | George Orrison as Ambulance Attendant

122 :06x24 - All Night Long

May/28/1977
Roy and Johnny treat a singer suffering chest pains. The station responds to a night time auto accident and a daredevil attempting a tight walk between two buildings who has become trapped. Johnny tries to write a game show.
Guest Stars: James Griffith (1) as Lester Bowles | Carmen Zapata as Woman Injured in Wreck | Ben Wright as Oscar Hubbs | Bill Walker (1) as Mr. Jefferson | James McEachin as Julius Clark | Patti Jerome as Thelma Austin | Steven Marlo as (unknown) | Vince Howard as Deputy Vince, LASD
Director: Georg Fenady
Writer: Kevin Tighe
Warning: Emergency! guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 22, 1972
Ended: September 03, 1977
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