advertisement Paramedic Roy DeSoto: What'd you say that I said that you said? Fireman Chet Kelly: That your partner here is a nut. Paramedic John Gage: Aha! aha, aha. Paramedic Roy DeSoto: What about it? Paramedic John Gage: You admit it? Paramedic Roy DeSoto: That you're some kind of nut? Yeah, I said it, so what? You're a nut, but you're a friendly kind of nut. Paramedic John Gage: Oh, that's a heck of a thing to say about someone you work every shift with! Captain Stanley: Station 51, KMG365. [opening credits] Dispatcher: Squad 51, informant reports toxic chemicals in the tanker, use caution. Dr. Kelly Brackett: Squad 51, this is Rampart. Can you send us some EKG? John Gage: Ten-four, we're transmitting EKG. We're sending you a strip. Vitals to follow. Pulse is 160, the victim is in extreme pain, Rampart. V-fib! Paramedic Roy DeSoto: Patient is in V-fib! Rampart, we have lost the victim's pulse, beginning CPR. We're defibrialing victim, Rampart. Rampart, we have defibrilated victim, he has sinus rhythm. Joe Early: Administer two-amp sodium bicarb, insert an airway. Start an IV, 51. Lactate Ringer's. Dixie McCall: Squad 51, continue to monitor patient and transport immediately. John Gage: We're on our way, Rampart. Dr. Kelly Brackett: Get outta here, you hosejockey! Paramedic John Gage: I remember... I was working B-Shift over at Station 10. That was a great, old station. Know why? Paramedic Roy DeSoto: It had a pole? Paramedic John Gage: It had a pole. A fire station just isn't a fire station without a pole. Dr. Kelly Brackett: Start an IV, 51...D5W TKO! Dr. Kelly Brackett: [victim has his arm stuck in the gears of a machine. Brackett has to decide whether or not to amputate] Roy. His arm comes out *now*! Either way it has to come out *now*!