The paramedics, firefighters and police officers are dispatched to a hotel where a debate is scheduled between New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and First Lady Hilary Clinton, rival candidates for the U.S. Senate. With little else to do, Bosco and Yokas argue the merits of the two candidates. He's for Giuliani; she's for Hilary. Despite Yokas' urging, Davis tries to stay out of the discussion. But when the issue of capital punishment arises, Davis cannot keep silent.
To pass the time, Carlos prods the other paramedics to reveal their most nightmarish work experiences. Kim tells of a 20-year-old woman from Ohio who was savagely mauled by a dog on the steps of Columbia University's library on her graduation day. When Bobby questions Carlos' morbid curiosity, the rookie explains that he's just trying to understand all the misery that the paramedics witness on a daily basis. Doc recalls a time when he and his former partner, Jerry, revived two heroin addicts who had overdosed in their parked car while having sex, only to discover that the couple had killed their four-year-old son and stuffed him into a suitcase, breaking his leg in the process. Carlos wonders how anyone can believe in God when He allows children to suffer. Doc corrects Carlos, asking how can anyone believe in mankind.
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