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Script #44923; Episode #6.23; Airdate: 4/23/1977

Writer: James G. Richardson
Director:
Christian I. Nyby, II.

Guest Cast: James G. Richardson, William Bryant, Walter Barnes, Shannon Farnon, Jeannie Fitzsimmons, William Boyett, Vince Howard.

Story: Brice becomes the focus of the media's attention. A man with a history of heart trouble becomes agitated when his daughter is trapped under a backhoe. An overwhelmed baby-sitter hyperventilates. The station responds to a hardware store fire.

Goofs:  (1) When Johnny and Roy are treating the overwhelmed babysitter, Roy takes her pulse but he's not wearing a watch!  Kevin Tighe does a little bit of a double take.  In the next seen it reappears. (2) When the kids call the dog he charges head first into the sliding glass door! And he hits HARD! The noise from the impact is so loud that Johnny turns around and see the dog standing there, looking stunned.  Johnny mutters, "That dumb dog..." and for the rest of the scene you can see Roy struggling to hold back a grin. (3) When the guys are at the table eating hamburgers, Johnny asks for mustard when there is only ketchup on the table. He catches himself, saying, "Pass me the mustard, or the ketchup...the red stuff." (4) While in the kitchen talking about Brice, John and Roy are standing next to the sink and you can clearly see Johnny's missing his name tag. (5) Johnny comes out to find the babysitter's wild kids putting the B.P. cuff on the dog. They then jump up and down on the stretcher and yelling "I want to help" - as they enter the house (I believe the shot shows the house and then the foyer). The kids are still screaming, then one of them says "I'm ready to act now!" and Randy Mantooth says "Don't act - Push". then you see them enter the room.

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