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Margaret's at a loss for words when she contracts laryngitis; a no-nonsense general (John Anderson) sets up camp at the 4077th when his son is wounded. Lt. Collins: Michael Horton. Dr. Chesler: James Karen. Capt. Sterne: Chip Johnson. Maloney: Jeff Chapman (more…)
An old friend of Potter's (John McLiam) may be unfit for command; Margaret gets a turntable but has no records to play. Sgt. Zurilli: Jim Lefebvre. Cpl. Marsh: Matthew Price. GI: Jack Yates. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Potter: Harry Morgan (more…)
A wounded GI (Craig Wasson) is bedded next to the North Korean he shot; the job of charity-collection officer is passed from hand to hand. Korean Soldier: Derek Wong. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Armstrong: Sagan Lewis. Nurse: Alberta Jay. Kelly (more…)
Margaret starts collecting worthy items for a time capsule; B.J. and Rizzo (G.W. Bailey) trade practical jokes. Soon-Lee: Rosalind Chao. Lt. Brannum: Michael Swan. Cpl. Stoddard: Mark Herrier. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Corpsman: Wesley Thompson. Nurse: Brigette (more…)
While Henry is away, Hawkeye and Trapper concoct a wild raffle to raise tuition for the Swamp's Korean houseboy (Patrick Adiarte). George Morgan made his only appearance as Father John Mulcahy in this episode, the series' pilot. Lt. Dish: Karen Philipp. Sp (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.
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…)
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