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Word of a cease-fire sends the camp into a celebratory frenzy of unburdening, last-minute flings and rash decisions, but Trapper remains unconvinced of the war's end. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Ho-Jon: Patrick Adiarte. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Trapper: Wa (more…)
While a traveling USO troupe with an obnoxious emcee (Joey Forman) entertains the 4077th, Trapper deals with a difficult case and Henry worries when his wife goes into labor. Also, Frank plays practical jokes on Hawkeye, and a dentist on his way home fears (more…)
During a particularly frigid Korean cold snap, a pair of long johns becomes a hot commodity and makes the rounds at the 4077th. This was the first episode written by Alan Alda. Beddoes: Kathleen King. Cook: Joseph Perry. Patient: Roy Goldman. Trapper: Wayn (more…)
The annual Army-Navy game has everyone's undivided attention---but then an unexploded shell lands in the compound. This episode's story was conceived by McLean Stevenson. Col. Hersh: Alan Manson. Mason: Bobbie Mitchell. Ugly John: John Orchard. Radar: Gary (more…)
The Army's report of Hawkeye's death is greatly exaggerated, but he begins to warm to the idea if it's his ticket home. Digger: Richard Masur. Capt. Pratt: Eldon Quick. Nurse Baker: Kellye Nakahara. Nurse Able: Sherry Stephens. Written by Glen Charles and (more…)
The doctors are hit by an epidemic of requests for special favors; Frank goes for a joyride in a tank. Col. Griswald: Frank Marth. Sgt. Kimble: Bruce Kirby. Lt. Chivers: Ted Hamilton. Frank: Larry Linville. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell.
Hawkeye, B.J., Frank, Potter and Radar are stranded in unfamiliar territory when their bus breaks down on the way back from a medical conference. Korean Soldier: Soon-Teck Oh. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Frank: Larry Linville.
M*A*S*H personnel open their hearts and tents to Korean orphans; Frank shows Margaret his Purple Heart, which eventually goes to someone who really deserves it. Meg Cratty: Ann Doran. Sung Lee: Haunani Minn. Boy: Mitchell Sakamoto. Frank: Larry Linville. M (more…)
A wounded bomber pilot (Alan Fudge) displays a messianic complex, which attracts the attention of Col. Flagg and Sidney Freedman. Flagg: Edward Winter. Freedman: Allan Arbus. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. Larry Gelbart di (more…)
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.
Gen. Clayton (Herb Voland) sends a psychiatrist (Anthony Holland) to the 4077th to gauge the camp's cohesiveness and fitness as a unit. Leslie: Linda Meiklejohn. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Frank: Larry Linville. Margaret: Loretta Swit. This second-season op (more…)
An inept, if punctual, bomber pilot provides comic relief for Hawkeye and Trapper, but inspires Frank to call out the heavy artillery. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Capt. Cardozo: Corey Fisher. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Klein: Sarah Fankboner. Powell: Gail Bo (more…)
Radar chronicles the antics of a typical week at the 4077th, which includes Hawkeye falling for a new nurse (Joan Van Ark), a POW (Derick Shimatsu) going berserk in the OR and Klinger seeking a psychiatric discharge. Allan Arbus made his first appearance a (more…)
Hawkeye and Trapper receive high-level flak when they buck the brass to report the “friendly fire” shelling of a South Korean village. Maj. Stoner: Frank Aletter. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Nurse Mason: Leslie Evans. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne (more…)
Hawkeye has been operating so long he just can't quit, and he decides to try to end the war while he's at it. Gen Clayton: Herb Voland. O'Brien: Buck Young. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stevenson. The episode was co-written by A (more…)
Hawkeye cuts through red tape to help a GI marry his child's Korean mother, and cuts romantic ties with a bigoted nurse (Corinne Camacho). Lt. Willis: Burt Young. Walker: Jerry Zaks. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Radar: Gary Burghoff.
Henry's fitness for command is called into question when he's put on trial for charges stemming from the tomfoolery at the 4077th. Meg Cratty: Hope Summers. Gen. Mitchell: Robert F. Simon. Capt. Fox: Ralph Grosh. Marshall: Bobbie Mitchell. McLean Stevenson (more…)
Another letter from Hawkeye to his father tells about a bigoted soldier who wants the “right color” blood, a live grenade in the OR and Henry's home movies. Condon: Mills Watson. Gilbert: Bobbie Mitchell. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Tr (more…)
A lone sniper turns the hospital compound into a combat zone, traps Henry and Radar in the showers and forces surgery by candlelight after he knocks out the generator. Lt. Marquette: Teri Garr. Nurse: Marcia Gelman. Ambulance Driver: Dennis Troy. Margaret: (more…)
A flu epidemic leaves yet-to-be infected Hawkeye and Margaret more overworked than ever. Sheila: Lynnette Mettey. Wilson: Gwen Farrell. Jacobs: Marcia Gelman. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Jackie Cooper earned an Emmy for Outstanding Directin (more…)
Hawkeye and Trapper hassle the brass to obtain a vital piece of medical equipment. Gen. Mitchell: Robert F. Simon. Maj. Morris: Vic Tayback. Capt. Sloan: Eldon Quick. Col. Lambert: Logan Ramsey. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. The script, by Lar (more…)
Charles' new houseboy (Sab Shimono) is an enemy spy sent to discover the secret of the 4077th's success in medicine. Cimoli: Larry Block. Welch: Robert Clotworthy. Latimer: Todd Davis. Groves: David Dozer. Corpsman: Dennis Troy. Korean Soldier: James Saito (more…)
Mulcahy volunteers to deal with black marketeers when the camp runs short on sodium pentothol. Harkness: Justin Lord. Myung: Byron Chung. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Potter: Harry Morgan.
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