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COUNTY RESCUE: Episode 1.3 and 1.4: “Holding Out for a Hero” and “Stuck Between a Hero and a Griffin”

"Confronting Issues of Faith, Duty and Moral Responsibility"

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What You Need To Know:

Episode Three and Four of COUNTY RESCUE on Great American Family continue the story of who will be chosen the new EMT at an ambulance facility in Nashville. Dani, Tim and Griffin are all competing for one new job. Tim becomes jealous when Dani spends some time with Griffin. Dani discovers she and Griffin have issues in common. Dani loses faith in her ability to get the EMT job when Tim becomes a hometown hero for saving a celebrity’s life. Meanwhile, Duke, a paramedic with 10 years on the job, has a worsening drinking problem because of PTSD that’s accumulated over the years. Every time Duke handles an emergency involving seriously sick or injured children has made things worse.

The drama in Season One of COUNTY RESCUE comes to a head in these episodes. Episode Four ends with two suspenseful cliffhangers that will encourage viewers to watch Episode Five to see how the final episode resolves things. Episode Three and Four of COUNTY RESCUE are excellent television programs dealing with deep questions of faith, duty and moral responsibility in a compelling, engaging manner.

Content:

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Very strong Christian, moral worldview about handling serious issues of faith, duty, moral responsibility, and helping other people in a paramedic facility while three rookies compete for one available job, with two scenes of prayer;

Foul Language:
One or two light old-fashioned exclamatory profanities incudes the word Lordy;

Violence:
Light violence as man chokes on a lozenge and has to be saved, and two people have fun at an arcade throwing hatchets at a target;

Sex:
No sex, but some implied romantic feelings and rivalry;

Nudity:
No nudity;

Alcohol Use:
Alcohol use at a bar and one paramedic, a 10-year veteran, has an alcohol problem because of PTSD and sneaks drinks with a flask and a hidden bottle of whiskey in his locker;

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Some jealousy occurs, and people think there’s an affair going on when one paramedic helps the wife of the paramedic with the drinking problem.

More Detail:

Episode Three and Four of COUNTY RESCUE on Great American Family continue the story of who will be chosen the new EMT, as the rivalry between Dani, Tim and Griffin for the job intensifies, and the story of a veteran paramedic fighting PTSD and an alcohol problem. Episode Three and Four of COUNTY RESCUE are excellent television programs dealing with deep questions of faith, duty and moral responsibility in a compelling, engaging manner.

Episode Three begins with Dani agreeing to spend some fun time with Griffin to blow off steam after she botched a job of loading a gurney onto an ambulance in Episode Two. Dani learns she has a lot in common with Griffin. For example, just as she struggles with getting her mother’s approval, Griffin struggles with getting his father’s approval.

As viewers learned previously, Griffin seems to have the inside track on getting the EMT job because his father is Chief of the Fire Department for Nashville. He’s also friends with the EMT chief, Scotty, the one who will make the decision on the EMT job.

Tim gets super jealous about Dani sending more time with Griffin. This leads to a dramatic break in Dani’s friendship with Tim. Then, Tim saves a celebrity’s life, which gets on the news and gives him an inside track for the job.

As a result, Dani begins to question in Episode Four God’s call on her life to be an EMT. With only two shifts left to prove her worth to the EMT Chief, she wonders if her mother was right all along about trying to be an EMT.

Meanwhile, one of the paramedics, Duke, a 10-year veteran, has a drinking problem because of PTSD that’s accumulated over the years, especially when he has to go on calls where children are sick or have been injured. This causes friction between Duke and his wife, Tiffany. A complication ensues when Tiffany tries to get help from Duke’s friend, Marcos, a paramedic who works closely with Duke.

The drama in Season One of COUNTY RESCUE comes to a head in these two episodes. Episode Four ends with two suspenseful cliffhangers that will encourage viewers to see how the final episode, Number Five, resolves things.

Episode Three and Four are excellent television programs dealing with deep questions of faith, duty and moral responsibility in a compelling, engaging manner.

COUNTY RESCUE is also available on Great American Media’s Pure Flix outlet.

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