Emergency!

Loose Ends - S6-E12

Continuity mistake: At the freight yard when the two men are talking to each other after the Montana man says that the operator has been a good friend, the front of the boxcar is seen, and some fire vehicles (a battalion car and a deluge) are visible on the left of the screen. When Engine & Squad 51 come on the scene, those fire vehicles have disappeared. (00:33:55 - 00:36:05)

Benjamin Lesley

Loose Ends - S6-E12

Continuity mistake: When Johnny and Roy, who are off duty, show up at the nurses' station so Johnny can sell some more tickets, note the paramedic status board on the wall in the base station room. In the closeups 51's red and yellow magnets show that both the engine and squad are at the station, but in the wide shots both magnets are in the other columns.

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Loose Ends - S6-E12

Continuity mistake: At the freight yard fire, after the two men with toxic fume inhalation are located and rescued from the boxcar, Battalion 14 arrives and we see that the Battalion Chief is McConnike, and Captain Stanley even calls him "Chief." The problem is that it's not until episode 6x14, "Insanity Epidemic," in which McConnike is made the Battalion Chief, and that causes Cap to act a bit like a paranoid nut due to an incident years before. Episodes were often aired out of the order of which they were filmed. As an aside, when McConnike arrives, watch him trying to put on his turnout.

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Loose Ends - S6-E12

Continuity mistake: When Roy and Johnny are driving to the hamburger stand and stop to have a look at the squad's fanbelt, in the interior shots Roy is wearing his watch while driving, but when he exits the squad the watch has vanished.

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Loose Ends - S6-E12

Continuity mistake: When DeSoto unbuttons the police officer's shirt, one of the clear, round, self-adhesive pads is already on his chest, before DeSoto places any of the ECG electrodes.

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Loose Ends - S6-E12

Continuity mistake: When the police officer has chest pains, DeSoto places the ECG electrode discs onto his chest. In the close-ups, the right disc has a black lead head, but otherwise the right disc has a white lead head.

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