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B.J. writes a letter to his wife about life at the 4077th, including an inspection by a taskmaster chaplain (Ned Beatty) and Hawkeye's jeep-stuffing prank. Mulcahy: William Christopher. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Burt Metcalfe.
As Christmas approaches, Mulcahy writes a letter to his sister lamenting his ineffectiveness, but several of his deeds prove otherwise. Lt. Forrester: Lawrason Driscoll. Patient: Patrick Driscoll. Driver: W. Perren Page. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Mulcahy: Willia (more…)
A colonel (Tim O'Connor) with a chip on his shoulder---and shrapnel in his gut---is gunning for Hawkeye; B.J. learns there are “moose” in Korea. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. B.J.: Mike Farrell.
Absentee father and husband B.J. cares for a destitute Korean family; a general (Dick O'Neill) is not amused by Hawkeye's bedside humor. Kim Sing: Mariel Aragon. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Korean Father: Chao-Li Chi. Korean Mother: Shizuko Hoshi. General's Aide: (more…)
Potter announces a contest that will send the winner to Tokyo, and as a result the camp takes on a much more military feel. Meanwhile, Frank is delirious after contracting a fever that has been making the rounds. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Mulcahy: William (more…)
Frank steals a wounded colonel's rare Colt .45, and lets Radar take the rap when it's discovered the gun is missing. Col. Chaffey: Warren Stevens. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Frank: Larry Linville. Potter: Harry Morgan. Written by series creators Larry Gelbart a (more…)
Letters from home spark a number of mini-dramas, especially for Frank, whose wife has found out about Margaret. Also, Col. Potter learns he's going to be a grandfather. Frank: Larry Linville. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Potter: Harry Morgan.
Radar wheels and deals to obtain a supply of hard-to-get tomato juice to please Potter; Frank is jealous of a general's interest in Margaret. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Potter: Harry Morgan. Frank: Larry Linville. Written by Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds; dir (more…)
The 4077th's monthly foot inspection is but one of several ticklish matters that Radar describes in a letter home to his mother. Also: a North Korean helps himself in the mess tent, and Frank is paranoid about being overrun. Sgt. Callan: Redmond Gleeson. G (more…)
After a jeep accident, an injured Hawkeye finds shelter in a farmer's home and spouts a nonstop monologue to avoid losing consciousness. Father: Philip Ahn. Mother: Shizuko Hoshi. Pregnant Woman: June Kim. Oldest Child: Susan Sakimoto. Hawkeye: Alan Alda (more…)
Four distinct subplots deal with personal anxieties, such as Frank's fear that the Koreans are stealing the camp's garbage. Meanwhile, a gung-ho colonel (Kevin Hagen) is responsible for a number of casualties. Gerald: George O'Hanlon Jr. Able: Lynnette Met (more…)
Frank charges Hawkeye with mutiny, but the two surgeons have decidedly different views of the circumstances. Carmichael: Ned Wilson. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Nurse: Patricia Stevens. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed (more…)
An ailing helicopter pilot (Robert Hogan) doesn't want to quit the war, but a two-time Purple Heart recipient definitely does. Owens: Dennis Kort. King: Alba Francesca. Patient: Michael A. Salcido. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell.
When Hawkeye's former flame (Blythe Danner) is assigned to the 4077th, he finds old habits are hard to break. Becky: Mary Jo Catlett. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Co-written and directed by Gene Reynolds.
Things at the 4077th are especially chaotic after the camp is overrun with casualties from an unexpected offensive. Sergeant: Anthony Palmer. Able: Lois Foraker. Corporal: Albert Hall. Youngster: Kario Salem. PFC: Tom Ruben. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike (more…)
Hawkeye and Trapper dabble in the black market for medical supplies and offer Henry's desk as currency. Charlie Loo: Jack Soo. Lin: Robert Ito. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Mama Ku: Beulah Quo. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stevenso (more…)
To keep a nurse (Marcia Strassman) at the 4077th, Trapper is conned into the ring to box another unit's resident thug (Mike McGirr). Gen. Barker: Sorrell Booke. Ugly John: John Orchard. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Th (more…)
When Hawkeye is named chief surgeon, Frank and Hot Lips call on a general (Sorrell Booke) to witness the 4077th's hijinks. Jamie Farr made his first appearance as the cross-dressing Cpl. Maxwell Q. Klinger in this episode. Kaplan: Jack Riley. Ginger: Odess (more…)
Hawkeye and Trapper conspire to free a Korean girl (Virginia Lee) from a life as a “moose,” or indentured servant, to a GI (Paul Jenkins). Benny: Craig Hue. Ho-Jon: Patrick Adiarte. Spearchucker: Timothy Brown. Lt. Jones: Barbara Brownell. Hawkeye: Ala (more…)
Hawkeye dismisses a filmmaker's version of life at the 4077th as propaganda and decides to produce his own film. Bricker: Ed Flanders. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Cutler: Marcia Strassman. Sgt. Martin: Bert Kramer. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers (more…)
David Ogden Stiers plays a visitor from Martin's wife's past whose tastes and manners suggest to Roz he could be Niles and Frasier's real dad. The prospect ruffles Martin, who is uncomfortable with the Crane brothers' affinity for their guest.
Hawkeye and Charles are put in their places by a Swedish surgeon (Mariette Hartley), but they swallow their pride as they vie for her affection. Nurse: Phyllis Katz. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Written and directed by Alda, whose telep (more…)
A correspondent (Clete Roberts) visits the 4077th to gauge feelings about the war. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Mulcahy: William Christopher. The episode was filmed documentary-style, in black and white, and was the final episode for series co-c (more…)
- Birth Name: David Allen Ogden Stiers
- Birth Place: Peoria, Illinois, United States
- Profession: Actor
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