M*A*S*H Episodes

1972, TV Show

M*A*S*H episodes

Feb 28, 1983: Goodbye, Farewell and Amen
Feb 21, 1983: As Time Goes By
Feb 14, 1983: Give and Take
Feb 07, 1983: Friends and Enemies
Jan 24, 1983: Say No More
Jan 10, 1983: Strange Bedfellows
Jan 03, 1983: UN, the Night and the Music
Dec 20, 1982: Run for the Money
Dec 13, 1982: The Moon Is Not Blue
Dec 06, 1982: Settling Debts
Nov 28, 1982: Bombshells
Nov 22, 1982: Who Knew?
Nov 15, 1982: The Joker Is Wild
Nov 08, 1982: Foreign Affairs
Nov 01, 1982: Trick or Treatment
Oct 25, 1982: Hey, Look Me Over
Apr 12, 1982: That Darn Kid
Apr 05, 1982: Picture This
Mar 22, 1982: Sons and Bowlers
Mar 15, 1982: Heroes
Mar 01, 1982: Promotion Commotion
Feb 22, 1982: Where There's a Will, There's a War
Feb 15, 1982: Pressure Points
Feb 08, 1982: The Tooth Shall Set You Free
Feb 01, 1982: A Holy Mess
Jan 18, 1982: Blood and Guts
Jan 11, 1982: The Birthday Girls
Jan 04, 1982: Follies of the Living, Concerns of the Dead
Dec 28, 1981: 'Twas the Day After Christmas
Dec 14, 1981: Snappier Judgment
Dec 07, 1981: Snap Judgment
Nov 30, 1981: Communication Breakdown
Nov 23, 1981: Wheelers and Dealers
Nov 16, 1981: Give 'Em Hell, Hawkeye
Nov 09, 1981: Rumor at the Top
Nov 02, 1981: Identity Crisis
Oct 26, 1981: That's Show Biz
Oct 26, 1981: That's Show Biz
Oct 26, 1981: That's Show Biz
May 04, 1981: The Life You Save
Apr 13, 1981: The Foresight Saga
Apr 06, 1981: Blood Brothers
Mar 16, 1981: Bless You, Hawkeye
Mar 09, 1981: The Red/White Blues
Mar 02, 1981: Bottoms Up
Feb 23, 1981: Oh, How We Danced
Feb 16, 1981: No Laughing Matter
Feb 09, 1981: Depressing News
Feb 02, 1981: No Sweat
Jan 26, 1981: Operation Friendship
Jan 19, 1981: Taking the Fifth
Jan 12, 1981: Tell It to the Marines
Jan 05, 1981: Your Retention, Please
Dec 29, 1980: A War for All Seasons
Dec 15, 1980: Death Takes a Holiday
Dec 08, 1980: Father's Day
Dec 01, 1980: Cementing Relationships
Nov 24, 1980: Letters
Nov 17, 1980: The Best of Enemies
Mar 24, 1980: April Fools
Mar 10, 1980: Back Pay
Mar 03, 1980: War Co-respondent
Feb 18, 1980: Dreams
Feb 11, 1980: Good-bye, Cruel World
Feb 04, 1980: Lend a Hand
Jan 28, 1980: Morale Victory
Jan 21, 1980: Old Soldiers
Jan 14, 1980: Heal Thyself
Jan 07, 1980: Bottle Fatigue
Dec 31, 1979: Yessir, That's Our Baby
Dec 17, 1979: Stars and Stripe
Dec 10, 1979: Captains Outrageous
Dec 03, 1979: Dear Uncle Abdul
Nov 26, 1979: Life Time
Nov 19, 1979: The Yalu Brick Road
Nov 12, 1979: Mr. and Mrs. Who?
Nov 05, 1979: Private Finance
Oct 29, 1979: Nurse Doctor
Oct 22, 1979: Period of Adjustment
Oct 15, 1979: Good-bye, Radar
Oct 08, 1979: Good-bye, Radar
Oct 01, 1979: Guerrilla My Dreams
Sep 24, 1979: Are You Now, Margaret?
Sep 17, 1979: Too Many Cooks
Mar 12, 1979: The Party
Mar 05, 1979: Ain't Love Grand?
Feb 26, 1979: A Night at Rosie's
Feb 19, 1979: Preventative Medicine
Feb 14, 1979: Rally Round the Flagg, Boys
Feb 05, 1979: Hot Lips Is Back in Town
Feb 05, 1979: C*A*V*E
Jan 22, 1979: The Young and the Restless
Jan 15, 1979: The Price
Jan 08, 1979: Inga
Jan 01, 1979: B.J. Papa San
Dec 18, 1978: Dear Sis
Dec 11, 1978: An Eye for a Tooth
Dec 04, 1978: Out of Gas
Nov 27, 1978: Dear Comrade
Nov 20, 1978: Point of View
Nov 13, 1978: Baby, It's Cold Outside
Nov 06, 1978: Major Ego
Oct 30, 1978: They Call the Wind Korea
Oct 23, 1978: None Like It Hot
Oct 16, 1978: The Billfold Syndrome
Oct 09, 1978: Our Finest Hour
Oct 09, 1978: Our Finest Hour
Oct 09, 1978: Our Finest Hour
Oct 02, 1978: Lil
Sep 25, 1978: Peace on Us
Sep 18, 1978: Commander Pierce
Mar 27, 1978: Major Topper
Feb 27, 1978: Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde
Feb 20, 1978: Potter's Retirement
Feb 13, 1978: Temporary Duty
Feb 06, 1978: Mail Call Three
Jan 30, 1978: What's Up, Doc?
Jan 24, 1978: Your Hit Parade
Jan 17, 1978: Tea and Empathy
Jan 10, 1978: Patent 4077
Jan 03, 1978: The Smell of Music
Dec 20, 1977: The Merchant of Korea
Dec 13, 1977: Comrades in Arms
Dec 06, 1977: Comrades in Arms
Nov 29, 1977: The Grim Reaper
Nov 22, 1977: The M*A*S*H Olympics
Nov 15, 1977: Images
Nov 08, 1977: Change Day
Nov 01, 1977: In Love and War
Oct 25, 1977: The Light That Failed
Oct 18, 1977: The Winchester Tapes
Oct 11, 1977: War of Nerves
Oct 04, 1977: Last Laugh
Sep 27, 1977: Fallen Idol
Sep 20, 1977: Fade Out, Fade In
Sep 20, 1977: Fade Out, Fade In
Sep 20, 1977: Fade Out, Fade In
Mar 15, 1977: Margaret's Marriage
Mar 08, 1977: Post Op
Mar 01, 1977: Souvenirs
Feb 22, 1977: Movie Tonight
Feb 15, 1977: The General's Practitioner
Feb 08, 1977: Hepatitis
Feb 01, 1977: Hanky Panky
Jan 25, 1977: End Run
Jan 18, 1977: Ping Pong
Jan 11, 1977: 38 Across
Jan 04, 1977: The Most Unforgettable Characters
Dec 21, 1976: Hawk's Nightmare
Dec 14, 1976: Exorcism
Dec 07, 1976: The Colonel's Horse
Nov 30, 1976: Hawkeye Get Your Gun
Nov 23, 1976: The Korean Surgeon
Nov 16, 1976: Mulcahy's War
Nov 09, 1976: Dear Sigmund
Oct 26, 1976: The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan
Oct 19, 1976: The Nurses
Oct 12, 1976: Lt. Radar O'Reilly
Oct 05, 1976: Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Sep 28, 1976: Margaret's Engagement
Sep 21, 1976: Bug Out
Sep 21, 1976: Bug Out
Sep 21, 1976: Bug Out
Feb 24, 1976: The Interview
Feb 17, 1976: Deluge
Feb 10, 1976: The More I See You
Feb 03, 1976: Smilin' Jack
Jan 27, 1976: The Novocaine Mutiny
Jan 20, 1976: Some 38th Parallels
Jan 13, 1976: Hawkeye
Jan 06, 1976: Der Tag
Dec 23, 1975: Dear Ma
Dec 16, 1975: The Price of Tomato Juice
Dec 09, 1975: Mail Call Again
Dec 02, 1975: The Gun
Nov 28, 1975: Soldier of the Month
Nov 21, 1975: Of Moose and Men
Nov 14, 1975: Dear Peggy
Nov 07, 1975: Quo Vadis, Capt. Chandler?
Oct 31, 1975: The Kids
Oct 24, 1975: Dear Mildred
Oct 17, 1975: The Bus
Oct 10, 1975: Hey, Doc
Oct 03, 1975: The Late Captain Pierce
Sep 26, 1975: It Happened One Night
Sep 19, 1975: Change of Command
Sep 12, 1975: Welcome to Korea
Sep 12, 1975: Welcome to Korea
Sep 12, 1975: Welcome to Korea
Mar 18, 1975: Abyssinia, Henry
Mar 11, 1975: White Gold
Mar 04, 1975: Payday
Feb 25, 1975: Big Mac
Feb 18, 1975: Love and Marriage
Feb 11, 1975: Aid Station
Feb 04, 1975: House Arrest
Jan 21, 1975: The Consultant
Jan 14, 1975: Bulletin Board
Jan 07, 1975: Bombed
Dec 31, 1974: Private Charles Lamb
Dec 10, 1974: Mad Dogs and Servicemen
Dec 03, 1974: A Full Rich Day
Nov 26, 1974: Adam's Ribs
Nov 19, 1974: There Is Nothing like a Nurse
Nov 12, 1974: Alcoholics Unanimous
Oct 29, 1974: Life with Father
Oct 22, 1974: Check-Up
Oct 15, 1974: Springtime
Oct 08, 1974: O.R.
Oct 01, 1974: Iron Guts Kelly
Sep 24, 1974: Officer of the Day
Sep 17, 1974: Rainbow Bridge
Sep 10, 1974: The General Flipped at Dawn
Mar 02, 1974: A Smattering of Intelligence
Feb 23, 1974: Mail Call
Feb 16, 1974: George
Feb 09, 1974: Crisis
Feb 02, 1974: As You Were
Jan 26, 1974: The Chosen People
Jan 19, 1974: Operation Noselift
Jan 12, 1974: For Want of a Boot
Jan 05, 1974: Henry in Love
Dec 22, 1973: Officers Only
Dec 15, 1973: Hot Lips and Empty Arms
Dec 08, 1973: Deal Me Out
Dec 01, 1973: The Incubator
Nov 24, 1973: Carry On, Hawkeye
Nov 17, 1973: The Sniper
Nov 10, 1973: Dear Dad...Three
Nov 03, 1973: The Trial of Henry Blake
Oct 27, 1973: LIP (Local Indigenous Personnel)
Oct 20, 1973: Kim
Oct 13, 1973: Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde
Oct 06, 1973: For the Good of the Outfit
Sep 29, 1973: Radar's Report
Sep 22, 1973: 5 O'Clock Charlie
Sep 15, 1973: Divided We Stand
Mar 25, 1973: Showtime
Mar 18, 1973: Cease Fire
Mar 11, 1973: Maj. Fred C. Dobbs
Mar 04, 1973: Sticky Wicket
Feb 25, 1973: The Army-Navy Game
Feb 18, 1973: The Longjohn Flap
Feb 04, 1973: Dear Dad Again
Jan 28, 1973: Sometimes You Hear the Bullet
Jan 21, 1973: The Ringbanger
Jan 14, 1973: Tuttle
Jan 07, 1973: Love Story
Dec 24, 1972: Edwina
Dec 17, 1972: Dear Dad
Dec 10, 1972: Germ Warfare
Nov 26, 1972: I Hate a Mystery
Nov 19, 1972: Henry, Please Come Home
Nov 12, 1972: Cowboy
Nov 05, 1972: Bananas, Crackers and Nuts
Oct 22, 1972: Yankee Doodle Doctor
Oct 15, 1972: The Moose
Oct 08, 1972: Chief Surgeon Who?
Oct 01, 1972: Requiem for a Lightweight
Sep 24, 1972: To Market, to Market
Sep 17, 1972: Pilot Episode
Comrades in Arms
Good-bye, Radar

Goodbye, Farewell and Amen Season 11, Episode 16

The series finale finds the staff of the 4077th going their separate ways when the war sputters to an end in the summer of 1953. But first, there are still casualties coming in and some personal problems to sort out. Sidney: Allan Arbus. Soon-Lee: Rosalind Chao. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Directed by Alan Alda. read more

As Time Goes By Season 11, Episode 15

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 Chandler. Margaret: Loretta Swit. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Give and Take Season 11, Episode 14

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: Kellye Nakahara. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Friends and Enemies Season 11, Episode 13

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. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Jamie Farr. read more

Say No More Season 11, Episode 12

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. Patient: Norman Garrett. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Strange Bedfellows Season 11, Episode 11

Potter learns distressing news about his visiting son-in-law (Dennis Dugan) that reminds him of his own past; Charles snores excessively but refuses to admit it. Patient: Benjamin F. Wilson. Potter: Harry Morgan. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Written by Mike Farrell. read more

UN, the Night and the Music Season 11, Episode 10

A UN delegation has a profound impact on members of the 4077th; B.J. feels guilty about a patient's condition. Per Johannsen: Dennis Holahan. Dr. Kent: George Innes. Rammurti Lal: Kavi Raz. Lumley: David Packer. Bartender: Bill Snider. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Shari: Shari Saba. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Harry Morgan. read more

Run for the Money Season 11, Episode 9

Klinger's banking on divine intervention when Mulcahy is recruited to race a seasoned track star from another unit. Meanwhile, Charles develops a soft spot for a patient with a speech impediment. Capt. Sweeney: Thomas Callaway. LeMaster: Mark Anderson. Col. Crocker: Robert Alan Browne. Pvt. Palmer: Phil Brock. Sgt. McFarland: William Schilling. Maj. Parker: Barbara Tarbuck. read more

The Moon Is Not Blue Season 11, Episode 8

Hawkeye and B.J. try to spice things up with a racy movie; a wounded general declares last call for the officers' club. Frankenheimer: Hamilton Camp. Bannister: Sandy Helberg. Rothaker: Larry Ward. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Settling Debts Season 11, Episode 7

Potter gets paranoid when his wife sends a letter to Hawkeye; B.J. treats a lieutenant (Jeff East) who was paralyzed by sniper fire. Sgt. Lally: Guy Boyd. Corporal: Michael Lamont. Soldier: Jack McCullough. Nurse: Jennifer Davis Westmore. Potter: Harry Morgan. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Bombshells Season 11, Episode 6

Word travels fast when Hawkeye starts a rumor that Marilyn Monroe is coming to the 4077th; B.J.'s fishing trip is interrupted by sniper fire. Gen. Schwerin: Gerald O'Loughlin. Cpl. Sonneborn: Stu Charno. Lt. Priore: Allen Williams. Capt. Hobart: Michael Bond. Corpsman: Bill Snider. Driver: Dennis Troy. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Who Knew? Season 11, Episode 5

Hawkeye offers to deliver the eulogy for a nurse no one really knew; Klinger needs an investor for his latest invention---the hula hoop. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Nurse No. 1: Joann Thompson. Nurse No. 2: Shari Saba. Nurse No. 3: Enid Kent. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Harry Morgan. read more

The Joker Is Wild Season 11, Episode 4

Tired of hearing about Trapper's prankster prowess, B.J. bets the camp he can best his predecessor over a 24-hour period. Capt. Yamato: Clyde Kusatsu. Pvt. Leightman: David Haid. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Korean Soldier: Jin Taek Yi. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Foreign Affairs Season 11, Episode 3

An Army PR officer (Jeffrey Tambor) looks for a propaganda scoop when an enemy pilot lands near the 4077th; Charles romances a French Red Cross volunteer. Martine: Melinda Mullins. Chong-Wa: Byron Chung. Joon-Sung: Soon-Teck Oh. MP: Buddy Farmer. French Soldier: Patrick Romano. Nurse: Joann Thompson. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Trick or Treatment Season 11, Episode 2

Halloween festivities are interrupted by wounded and a Marine brawl that spills out of Rosie's. Pvt. La Roche: George Wendt. Cpl. Hrabosky: Andrew Clay. Pvt. Scala: Richard Lineback. Pvt. Grotty: James Lough. MP: Herman Poppe. Soldier: Arlee Reed. Driver: R.J. Miller. Marine: Terry Brannon. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Hey, Look Me Over Season 11, Episode 1

The arrival of a notorious colonel gives Margaret cause for self-evaluation; Hawkeye's eyes are opened to a nurse he's never noticed before. Col. Bucholtz: Peggy Feury. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Webster: Deborah Harmon. Sandler: Perry Lang. Lacey: Rita Wilson. Lt. Geyer: Gary Grubbs. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Written by Alan Alda. read more

That Darn Kid Season 10, Episode 22

Klinger's goat eats the payroll, leaving paymaster Hawkeye in debt to the Army for $22,000. Meanwhile, Charles borrows money to buy what he thinks is a rare Korean vase. Maj. Van Zandt: John Ryan. Farmer: Richard Lee-Sung. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by David Ogden Stiers. read more

Picture This Season 10, Episode 21

Potter wants to paint a portrait of the staff for his wife's birthday, but a feud between Hawkeye and B.J. doesn't make for a pretty picture. Peasant: John Fujioka. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Director Burt Metcalfe was nominated for an Emmy. read more

Sons and Bowlers Season 10, Episode 20

The 4077th challenges the Marines to a bowling tournament; Hawkeye is concerned when his father is hospitalized. Col. Pitts: Dick O'Neill. Ubancic: William Lucking. Marine No. 1: Roger Hampton. Potter: Harry Morgan. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Director Hy Averback was nominated for an Emmy Award. read more

Heroes Season 10, Episode 19

A former boxing champ (Pat McNamara)---and Mulcahy's boyhood hero---visits the 4077th on a goodwill tour, but it's unclear how much fight he has left in him when he suffers a stroke. Maj. Hatch: Earl Boen. Blevik: Britt Leach. Stitzel: Matthew Faison. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Maj. Hatch: Earl Boen. read more

Promotion Commotion Season 10, Episode 18

The officers enjoy popularity with the enlistees at promotion time, but Charles is getting apparent threats from a hulking GI (John Matuszak). Meanwhile, Potter takes a shine to a shy soldier who's having a hard time in his unit. Danielson: Jim Reid Boyce. Webster: Deborah Harmon. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. read more

Where There's a Will, There's a War Season 10, Episode 17

Filling in at a frontline aid station for a slain surgeon, Hawkeye is moved to draw up a will while he's still of sound body, if not mind. Capt. Rackley: Dennis Howard. Gen. Kratzer: Larry Ward. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Corpsman: James Emery. GI: Ned Bellamy. GI: Corkey Ford. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Alda's direction was nominated for an Emmy Award. read more

Pressure Points Season 10, Episode 16

A series of missteps in and out of the OR prompts Potter to call on Sidney (Allan Arbus) for a psychiatric checkup; Charles decides to fight fire with fire against his slovenly Swamp-mates. Capt. Schnelker: John O'Connell. Cpl. Fisher: Gene Pietragallo. Cpl. Logan: William Rogers. Potter: Harry Morgan. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Charles S. Dubin's direction was nominated for an Emmy. read more

The Tooth Shall Set You Free Season 10, Episode 15

Charles suffers from a toothache; Hawkeye senses bigotry in a CO's concern for his wounded men. Cpl. Dorsey: Larry Fishburne. Maj. Weems: Tom Atkins. Maj. Rockingham: Jason Bernard. Duc Phon Jong: John Fujioka. Corpsman: Bill Snider. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

A Holy Mess Season 10, Episode 14

A distressed, AWOL private (Cyril O'Reilly) seeks refuge at the 4077th; Potter hatches the idea of a real egg breakfast, thanks to a local farmer. Lt. Spears: David Graf. Sal: Val Bisoglio. GI: Leland Sun. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Blood and Guts Season 10, Episode 13

A famous war correspondent (Gene Evans) arrives to write about the wounded who receive the donated pints of blood he's brought. McKegney: Brett Cullen. Lt. Lacey: Rita Wilson. Goldman: Roy Goldman. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

The Birthday Girls Season 10, Episode 12

Margaret's on her way to Tokyo for her birthday; back at the 4077th, the surgeons labor to save a wounded---and pregnant---cow. Farmer: Jerry Fujikawa. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Follies of the Living, Concerns of the Dead Season 10, Episode 11

Delusional from a high fever, Klinger carries on a running conversation with a deceased GI (Kario Salem) who doesn't feel dead. Hicks: Randal Patrick. Soldier: Jeff Tyler. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. Written and directed by Alda, whose teleplay was nominated for an Emmy Award. No laugh track was used in this episode. read more

'Twas the Day After Christmas Season 10, Episode 10

Borrowing a tradition from wounded British soldiers, officers and enlisted personnel trade places the day after Christmas. Maj. Cass: Michael Ensign. Sgt. Barnstable: Leo Lewis. Sal: Val Bisoglio. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Snappier Judgment Season 10, Episode 9

Conclusion. Klinger faces court-martial for the theft of a camera and chooses Charles to be his defense lawyer. Col. Drake: Peter Hobbs. Lt. Rollins: Jack Blessing. Rosie: Eileen Saki. MP: Monty Bane. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. read more

Snap Judgment Season 10, Episode 8

Part 1 of two. A petty thief zeros in on the 4077th, but it's Klinger who may wind up taking the fall. Capt. Triplett: Pete Jurasik. Rosie: Eileen Saki. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Peddler No. 1: George Chung. Peddler No. 2: Richard Lee-Sung. MP No. 1: Monty Bane. MP No. 2: Jim Boeke. Klinger: Jamie Farr. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Communication Breakdown Season 10, Episode 7

Charles hoards his newspapers when there's a delay in the mail; Hawkeye learns a South Korean MP is a North Korean POW's brother. Park: James Saito. Kim: Kwang Ho Baek. Yook: Byron Chung. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Alda. read more

Wheelers and Dealers Season 10, Episode 6

Unsettling news from home turns B.J. into a chronic gambler; Potter attends driving-safety classes after he gets a traffic ticket. Sgt. Verbanic: Anthony Charnota. Pvt. Brown: Tony Becker. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Recruit: Chris Petersen. Nurse: Shari Saba. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Charles S. Dubin. read more

Give 'Em Hell, Hawkeye Season 10, Episode 5

Frustrated over the stalled peace talks, Hawkeye writes a letter to President Truman about the inanities of the war. Meanwhile, a Korean boy wants an eye operation so he can look like an American movie star. Col. Ditka: Stefan Gierasch. Capt. Broz: Ed Vasgersian. Kim Han: Lance Toyoshima. Marine: Xander Berkeley. Hooker: Mae Hi. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Rumor at the Top Season 10, Episode 4

A visit by a general's aide (Nicholas Pryor) sparks rumors of the 4077's breakup, causing a rash of odd behavior---even by their standards. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. read more

Identity Crisis Season 10, Episode 3

A trio of wounded GIs brings more than just medical problems, including a corporal (Joe Pantoliano) with an odd confession to make to Mulcahy. Mathes: Dirk Blocker. Rice: Squire Fridell. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Mulcahy: William Christopher. David Ogden Stiers made his TV-directing debut with this episode. read more

That's Show Biz

The 10th-season premiere finds a USO troupe making a surprise visit to the 4077th, headlined by a former stripper (Gwen Verdon) Potter remembers from his doughboy days. Fast Freddie: Danny Dayton. Marina Ryan: Gail Edwards. Ellie Carlyle: Amanda McBroom. Sarah Miller: Karen Landry. Michael Nowicki: Richard Molnar. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

That's Show Biz Season 10, Episode 2

Romances with entertainers highlight the conclusion of a visit by a USO troupe. Alan Alda, Harry Morgan. read more

That's Show Biz Season 10, Episode 1

A former stripper headlines a visiting USO troupe. First of two parts. Alan Alda, Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit. read more

The Life You Save Season 9, Episode 20

Charles becomes obsessed with death after a near-miss in a sniper attack. Meanwhile, Hawkeye is put in charge of the mess tent when Potter dishes out new orders. Sal: Val Bisoglio. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Pvt. Markham: Jim Knaub. Sgt. Chiaverini: Jim Boeke. Orderly: Meshach Taylor. Co-written and directed by Alan Alda, who won a Directors Guild Award for this episode. read more

The Foresight Saga Season 9, Episode 19

A letter from Radar and fresh vegetables brighten everyone's day except Potter's, who's in the dark because his eyeglasses are broken. Park Sung: Rummel Mor. Dr. Herzog: Philip Sterling. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Blood Brothers Season 9, Episode 18

Father Mulcahy works like the devil to get the camp ready for a visiting Cardinal (Ray Middleton); Hawkeye learns some troubling news from a patient's blood test. Pvt. Sturgis: Patrick Swayze. Capt. Bratton: Robert Balderson. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. GI: Tom Kindle. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Harry Morgan was nominated for a Directors Guild Award. read more

Bless You, Hawkeye Season 9, Episode 17

Hawkeye is seized by nonstop sneezing fits that defy ordinary diagnosis and treatment, so Potter calls on Sidney (Allan Arbus) for help. Pvt. Caputo: Barry Schwartz. Driver: Dennis Troy. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. The teleplay, by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford, was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

The Red/White Blues Season 9, Episode 16

Potter is nearly killed with kindness after word spreads that his blood pressure is too high; Klinger has an adverse reaction to medicine. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Goldman: Roy Goldman. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Bottoms Up Season 9, Episode 15

Margaret fears her friend and colleague (Gail Strickland) is back on the bottle; Hawkeye is ostracized for embarrassing Charles once too often during surgery. Nurse No. 1: Kellye Nakahara. Nurse No. 2: Shari Saba. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Alda. read more

Oh, How We Danced Season 9, Episode 14

Hawkeye plans a surprise for B.J.'s wedding anniversary; Charles offends a short-tempered frontline officer (Arlen Dean Snyder). Key Yong Lu: Yuki Shimoda. Soon Chi Lu: Michael Choe. Peg: Catherine Bergstrom. Nurse: Jennifer Davis. Soldier: Craig Schaefer. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

No Laughing Matter Season 9, Episode 13

Hawkeye bets B.J. he can go jokeless for a day; Charles confronts the colonel (Robert Symonds) who banished him to Korea. Rosie: Eileen Saki. Korean Woman: Mae Hi. Korean Man: Nathan Jung. Nurse: Enid Kent. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Depressing News Season 9, Episode 12

Klinger finds a big story for the launch of his unit newspaper in the half-million tongue depressors mistakenly sent to the 4077th. Capt. Allen: William Bogert. Sgt. Tornberg: Albert Insinnia. Cpl. Oldham: Rodney Saulsberry. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Delivery Man: David Dozer. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directed by Alda. read more

No Sweat Season 9, Episode 11

A hot night brings a rash of irritants to the 4077th, especially to Margaret, who needs calamine lotion to get to the “bottom” of her problem. Also: Klinger tries to fix the P.A.; Charles copes with an IRS audit; B.J. is troubled by a letter from his wife. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Driver: W. Perren Page. John Rappaport's teleplay was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

Operation Friendship Season 9, Episode 10

An explosion leaves Charles beholden to Klinger for saving his life, while B.J. suffers an injury that calls for a specialist (Tim O'Connor). Nurse: Gwen Farrell. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Klinger: Jamie Farr. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Taking the Fifth Season 9, Episode 9

Hawkeye dangles a vintage bottle of wine as bait for a date with a nurse; Potter is irate when the Army bans a certain anesthesia. Turnbull: Charles Hallahan. Palmer: Margie Impert. Baker: Jan Jorden. Able: Judy Farrell. Cook: Roy Goldman. Nurse No. 1: Connie Izay. Nurse No. 2: Susan Berger. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. read more

Tell It to the Marines Season 9, Episode 8

With Charles in charge while Potter's away, Hawkeye takes up the cause of an immigrant marine (Stan Wells) about to be discharged. Lt. Col. Mulholland: Michael McGuire. Murray Thompson: James Gallery. Shore Patrol No. 1: Denny Miller. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Harry Morgan. read more

Your Retention, Please Season 9, Episode 7

After learning his ex-wife is marrying his best friend, Klinger decides to reenlist; a corpsman is passed over for promotion yet again. Sgt. Vickers: Barry Corbin. Hutchinson: Sam Weisman. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Potter: Harry Morgan. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

A War for All Seasons Season 9, Episode 6

Potter's 1951 New Year's Eve toast kicks off this innovative episode, which follows the staff through all four seasons of the year. Among the stories: a wager on baseball's pennant race; Mulcahy's corn crop; Margaret's knitting; the Sears and Roebuck catalog. The teleplay, by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford, was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Nurse: Laurie Bates. read more

Death Takes a Holiday Season 9, Episode 5

During a truce, the spirit of Christmas manifests itself at the 4077th, beginning with a potluck party for the orphans. Also, B.J. is determined not to let a mortally wounded soldier die on Christmas. Choi Sung Ho: Keye Luke. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Nurse: Joann Thompson. Girl: Sally Imamura. Boy: Yoshiki Hoover. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Written and directed by Farrell. read more

Father's Day Season 9, Episode 4

A nervous Margaret tries to whip the camp into shape before a visit by her ultra-regular-Army father (Andrew Duggan). Meanwhile, the MPs have a “beef” with a GI's gift to the camp. Sgt. Morgrove: Jeffrey Kramer. MP: Art LaFleur. Corpsman: Roy Goldman. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directed by Alda. read more

Cementing Relationships Season 9, Episode 3

Klinger supervises the pouring of a concrete floor in the operating room; Margaret is wooed by an amorous patient (Joel Brooks). Cochran: Alan Toy. Driver: Mel Harris. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Letters Season 9, Episode 2

The camp eagerly answers letters from fourth-graders in Hawkeye's home town of Crabapple Cove, Maine. Meanwhile, Klinger convinces Potter to go for the unit's consecutive free-throw record. Capt. Bainbridge: Richard Paul. Rosie: Eileen Saki. Dr. Breuer: Michael Currie. Soldier: Larry Cedar. Nurse: Shari Saba. Potter: Harry Morgan. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. read more

The Best of Enemies Season 9, Episode 1

On his way to Seoul, Hawkeye is captured by a North Korean (Mako) intent on saving his wounded comrade. Meanwhile, a bridge tournament rages at the 4077th between Potter, Charles, B.J. and Margaret. Korean Soldier: Steven Lum. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. read more

April Fools Season 8, Episode 25

A fire-breathing colonel (Pat Hingle) in no mood for games arrives just in time for April Fools' Day jocularity. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Roy: Roy Goldman. Nurse: Jennifer Davis. Potter: Harry Morgan. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Back Pay Season 8, Episode 24

Incensed by stateside medical fees, Hawkeye bills the army for services rendered; Charles shows a trio of Korean doctors around camp, and learns something about medicine---and himself. Capt. Snyder: Richard Herd. Jin: Sab Shimono. Po: Peter Kim. Wu: Jerry Fujikawa. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Bartender: Roy Goldman. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

War Co-respondent Season 8, Episode 23

B.J. can't deny his attraction to a popular war correspondent (Susan Saint James) and struggles to remain faithful to his wife and child in California. Written and directed by Mike Farrell. Pvt. Scott: Brad Wilkins. Pvt. Jackson: Calvin Levels. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Dreams Season 8, Episode 22

Staff members steal away for a few moments of sleep during a long haul in the OR, but their pleasant dreams turn into nightmares. The episode was written and directed by Alan Alda, who was nominated for an Outstanding Directing Emmy. Gen. Coogan: Ford Rainey. Lt. Garvey: Rick Wain. Peg: Catherine Bergstrom. Professor: Fred Stuthman. Bridegroom: Ray Lynch. No laugh track was used in the episode. read more

Good-bye, Cruel World Season 8, Episode 21

Sidney (Allan Arbus) is called when an Asian-American war hero (Clyde Kusatsu) reacts violently to news he's being shipped home. Meanwhile, Klinger applies a touch of Toledo to his office. Col. Hedley: Philip Bruns. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Courier: James Lough. Aide: David Cramer. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Lend a Hand Season 8, Episode 20

Hawkeye clashes with a know-it-all surgeon (Robert Alda) and then must work with him under fire at an aid station. Jarvis: Antony Alda. Sgt. Herbert: Daren Kelly. Nurse: Shari Saba. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. The episode was written and directed by Alan Alda, and starred his father, Robert, and brother, Antony. read more

Morale Victory Season 8, Episode 19

Charles counsels a patient (James Stephens) with a very special gift; Potter puts B.J. and Hawkeye in charge of morale. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Nurse: Connie Izay. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Old Soldiers Season 8, Episode 18

While the camp treats a number of Korean refugees, Potter returns from Tokyo in a foul mood after visiting a sick friend. Betty: Jane Connell. Rita: Sally Imamura. Fudge Boy: Jason Autajay. Potter: Harry Morgan. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Heal Thyself Season 8, Episode 17

When the mumps quarantine Potter and Charles, a crack replacement surgeon (Edward Herrmann) fills in, but the pressure may just leave him cracked. Nurse: Jennifer Davis. Nurse: Gwen Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Mike Farrell. read more

Bottle Fatigue Season 8, Episode 16

Stunned by his bar bill, Hawkeye goes on the wagon for a week, but his self-righteousness nearly drives everyone else to drink. Meanwhile, Charles is incensed to learn his sister plans to marry someone “beneath” the Winchesters. Mendenhal: Shelley Long. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Chinese Soldier: David Hirokane. Nurse: Shari Saba. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Burt Metcalfe's direction earned an Emmy nomination. read more

Yessir, That's Our Baby Season 8, Episode 15

The camp temporarily adopts an abandoned infant of Korean and American blood, but has a tough time finding her a permanent home. Prescott: William Bogert. Maj. Spector: Howard Platt. Chung Ho Kim: Yuki Shimoda. Harper: Elizabeth Farley. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Directed by Alda. read more

Stars and Stripe Season 8, Episode 14

B.J. and Charles go ego-to-ego while collaborating on a medical paper; Margaret gets a visit from a demoted Scully (Joshua Bryant). Igor: Jeff Maxwell. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Potter: Harry Morgan. Morgan's direction was nominated for an Emmy. read more

Captains Outrageous Season 8, Episode 13

The doctors tend bar after a brawl hospitalizes Rosie (Eileen Saki); Mulcahy awaits a long-denied promotion. Muldoon: John Orchard. Turk: Sirri Murad. Sgt. Cutrifiotis: Paul Cavonis. Suni: Momo Yashima. Nurse: Joann Thompson. GI: G.W. Bailey. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Dear Uncle Abdul Season 8, Episode 12

Klinger describes his duties to an uncle; Mulcahy tries to write a war ditty about Korea; a slow-witted soldier comes looking for his buddy. Eddie: Richard Lineback. Dave: Kelly Ward. Hank: Alexander Petale. Corpsman: Bob Hill. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Mulcahy: William Christopher. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by William Jurgensen. read more

Life Time Season 8, Episode 11

Surgeons race the clock (which is seen on screen) to save a soldier with a lacerated aorta. This episode contains no laugh track, and was written by Alan Alda and Walter Dishell, M.D. Roberts: Kevin Brophy. George: William Berton Snider. Pilot: J.J. Johnston. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Jo Ann: Joann Thompson. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Directed by Alda. read more

The Yalu Brick Road Season 8, Episode 10

Hawkeye and B.J. get lost rushing antibiotics back to camp, but they pick up a North Korean prisoner (Soon-Teck Oh) on the way. Meanwhile, most of the 4077th has come down with food poisoning from Klinger's Thanksgiving turkey. Rizzo: G.W. Bailey. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Written by Farrell. read more

Mr. and Mrs. Who? Season 8, Episode 9

A hungover Charles tries to remember his R & R in Tokyo; the doctors are hindered by new treatment guidelines for a deadly fever. Donna: Claudette Nevins. Shaw: James Keane. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Potter: Harry Morgan. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Private Finance Season 8, Episode 8

A mother accuses Klinger of disgracing her daughter (Denice Kumagai); Hawkeye has a hard time keeping a promise to a dying soldier. Mrs. Li: Shizuko Hoshi. Hastings: Mark Kologi. Vitello: Philip Simms. Crosetti: Joey Pento. Dolan: Art Evans. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Nurse Doctor Season 8, Episode 7

Mulcahy helps a nurse (Alexandra Stoddart) with her studies for medical school, but is unnerved by her warm display of appreciation. Meanwhile, the camp deals with a water shortage, but Charles has somehow remained remarkably clean. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Period of Adjustment Season 8, Episode 6

Klinger has a tough time getting used to being company clerk; B.J. learns some discouraging news about Radar's visit with his family. Rosie: Eileen Saki. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Baker: Jan Jorden. Nurse: Gwen Farrell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Charles S. Dubin won a Directors Guild Award and was nominated for an Emmy. The teleplay, by Jim Mulligan and John Rappaport, earned a Writers Guild nomination. read more

Good-bye, Radar Season 8, Episode 5

Conclusion. Despite Radar's hardship discharge, the urgency of finding a generator makes him think he's needed more in Korea than at home. Van Kirk: Lee de Broux. Hondo: Whitney Rydbeck. Dispatcher: David Dozer. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Potter: Harry Morgan. B.J.: Mike Farrell. The teleplay, by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, was nominated for Emmy and Writers Guild Awards. read more

Good-bye, Radar Season 8, Episode 4

Part 1 of two. The generator goes on the fritz while quick-fix artist Radar is on R & R; Potter and B.J. improvise with a patient's treatment. Patty: Marilyn Jones. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Olsen: Michael O'Dwyer. Lagrow: Tony Cristino. Hough: Arell Blanton. Reuss: Jon St. Elwood. Nurse: Gwen Farrell. Patterson: David Heveran. Driver: Richard Lee-Sung. read more

Guerrilla My Dreams Season 8, Episode 3

A South Korean officer (Mako) harasses a wounded woman (Haunani Minn) he claims is an enemy guerrilla. Meanwhile, Margaret is surprised to find Scully (Joshua Bryant) among the casualties. Nurse: Connie Izay. Soldier No. 1: George Kee Cheung. Soldier No. 2: Marcus Mukai. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Alda. read more

Are You Now, Margaret? Season 8, Episode 2

A visiting Congressional aide (Lawrence Pressman) gets extremely personal during what he claims is a routine fact-finding tour. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Nurse: Jennifer Davis. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Potter: Harry Morgan. B.J.: Mike Farrell. The teleplay, by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, won a Writers Guild Award. read more

Too Many Cooks Season 8, Episode 1

The 4077th tries to hang on to a wounded private (Ed Begley Jr.) who knows his way around a kitchen better than a foxhole. Meanwhile, Potter's wife wants him to come home. Gen. Hagerty: John Randolph. Potter: Harry Morgan. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

The Party Season 7, Episode 26

Amid skepticism that it will ever happen, B.J. tries to arrange a party for the staff's stateside families. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Written by Alda and Burt Metcalfe; directed by Metcalfe. read more

Ain't Love Grand? Season 7, Episode 25

Opposites attract when Klinger falls for a classy nurse (Kit McDonough) and Charles tries to reform a Korean “business girl” at Rosie's. Meanwhile, B.J. drives Hawkeye nuts with his concern about a patient. Sooni: Sylvia Chang. Rosie: Eileen Saki. Pvt. Garvey: Michael Williams. Nurse: Judy Farrell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Mike Farrell. read more

A Night at Rosie's Season 7, Episode 24

To get away from it all, Hawkeye---and eventually the entire camp---seeks relief at Rosie's. Scully: Joshua Bryant. Maj. Dorsett: Joseph Di Reda. Rosie: Eileen Saki. Cho Kim: Keye Luke. Ham Kim: Richard Lee Sung. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Preventative Medicine Season 7, Episode 23

A visiting CO (James Wainwright) has the highest casualty rate in Korea, and Hawkeye conspires to remove him from active duty. Meanwhile, Klinger is spooked by his dalliance in voodoo. Pvt. North: Larry Flash Jenkins. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. read more

Rally Round the Flagg, Boys Season 7, Episode 22

Col. Flagg (Edward Winter) accuses Hawkeye of being a Communist sympathizer when he gives surgical priority to a wounded North Korean. Pvt. Basgall: Neil Thompson. Doo Pak: Bob Okazaki. Hung Pak: Jerry Fujikawa. MP: James Lough. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Directed by Harry Morgan. read more

Hot Lips Is Back in Town Season 7, Episode 20

Margaret has mixed feelings about her divorce, while Radar tries to assert himself with a pretty new nurse (Peggy Lee Brennan). Gen. Weiskopf: Walter Brooke. Baker: Jan Jorden. Bigelow: Enid Kent. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

C*A*V*E Season 7, Episode 21

During a prolonged period of shelling, the 4077th takes shelter in a cave, which does neither patients nor staff any good. Maj. Bartruff: Basil Hoffman. Bigelow: Enid Kent. Sgt. O'Malley: Mark Taylor. Pvt. Lovett: Charles Jenkins. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Potter: Harry Morgan. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by William Jurgensen. read more

The Young and the Restless Season 7, Episode 19

A brilliant, young surgeon (James Canning) bruises a few egos at the 4077th, including a humiliated Charles and a resentful Potter. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Potter: Harry Morgan. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Directed by William Jurgensen. Mitch Markowitz's teleplay was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

The Price Season 7, Episode 18

Hawkeye and B.J. harbor a Korean draft dodger; Klinger tries to bribe his way out of the Army; Potter's mare disappears. Sun: Miko Mayama. Ham: Ken Mochizuki. Cho Pak: Yuki Shimoda. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Kim: Dennis Sakamoto. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Inga Season 7, Episode 17

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 teleplay won an Emmy. read more

B.J. Papa San Season 7, Episode 16

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: Stephen Keep. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Dear Sis Season 7, Episode 15

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: William Christopher. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Written and directed by Alda. read more

An Eye for a Tooth Season 7, Episode 14

Mulcahy is upset about being passed over for a promotion; Hawkeye and B.J. escalate the war of practical jokes with Margaret and Charles. Capt. Hill: Peter Palmer. Patient: Russell Takaki. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Margaret: Loretta Swit. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Out of Gas Season 7, Episode 13

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. read more

Dear Comrade Season 7, Episode 12

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. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Point of View Season 7, Episode 11

The 4077th is seen through the eyes of Pvt. Rich, a GI who can't speak due to a throat injury. Meanwhile, Potter is upset because he forgot his wedding anniversary. Ferguson: Hank Ross. Russell: Brad Gorman. Sergeant: Marc Baxley. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Charles S. Dubin's direction was nominated for Emmy and Directors Guild Awards, and the teleplay by Ken Levine and David Isaacs was nominated for Emmy and Writers Guild Awards. read more

Baby, It's Cold Outside Season 7, Episode 10

Charles' winter coat is the envy of the camp during a cold snap; Hawkeye must treat a patient suffering from severe hypothermia. Baker: Jan Jorden. Patient: Teck Murdock. Patient: David Cramer. Driver: Terry Mills. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Gary David Goldberg's teleplay won a Writers Guild Award. read more

Major Ego Season 7, Episode 9

After a heroic feat in the OR, Charles' head gets even bigger when a reporter (Greg Mullavey) arrives to write a story about him. Sutton: David Dean. Nurse: Phyllis Katz. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

They Call the Wind Korea Season 7, Episode 8

An ill wind out of Manchuria threatens to ground Charles' chopper ride to Seoul for some R & R, so he enlists Klinger to drive him there. Sgt. Cutrifiotis: Paul Cavonis. Greek Soldier: Randy Stumpf. Bigelow: Enid Kent. MP: Tom Dever. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

None Like It Hot Season 7, Episode 7

Hawkeye and B.J.'s bathtub is a hot item during a heat wave, and Klinger tries to sweat his way out of the army. Meanwhile, Radar has his tonsils taken out and craves ice cream. Rhoden: Ted Gehring. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Private: Mic Rodgers. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Klinger: Jamie Farr. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

The Billfold Syndrome Season 7, Episode 6

Charles gives Hawkeye and B.J. the silent treatment; Sidney (Allan Arbus) is summoned to talk to a shell-shocked medic (Kevin Geer). Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Alda. The episode received ACE and Emmy Award nominations for editing (Stanford Tischler and Larry L. Mills). read more

Our Finest Hour

A visiting TV correspondent (Clete Roberts) interviews the members of the 4077th for their perceptions of the war and what they miss about home. Filmed in black and white, with clips from earlier episodes featuring Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson), Trapper (Wayne Rogers) and Frank Burns (Larry Linville). Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Mulcahy: William Christopher. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Our Finest Hour Season 7, Episode 5

Conclusion. A TV reporter elicits bitter and sweet memories from the staff (filmed in black and white). Henry: McLean Stevenson. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Frank: Larry Linville. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Our Finest Hour Season 7, Episode 4

Part 1 of two. Clete Roberts returns as a TV correspondent, who interviews the staff. Filmed in black and white, the show has flashbacks to previous episodes. Alan Alda, Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Lil Season 7, Episode 3

Radar fusses over Potter's friendship with a colonel (Carmen Mathews) who's at the 4077th to inspect the nurses. Meanwhile, Hawkeye won't rest until he finds out what B.J.'s initials stand for. Potter: Harry Morgan. Radar: Gary Burghoff. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Peace on Us Season 7, Episode 2

When peace talks break down, Hawkeye drives to Panmunjom to talk to the negotiators himself. Maj. Goss: Kevin Hagen. Gen. Tomlin: Hugh Gillan. MP: Michael Payne. MP: Michael LaGuardia. MP: Don Cummins. Driver: Perren Page. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Commander Pierce Season 7, Episode 1

With Potter in Seoul and Charles incapacitated, Hawkeye reluctantly takes command, and he quickly learns that life isn't so easy at the top. Webster: James Lough. Hough: Andrew Massett. Baker: Jan Jorden. Bigelow: Enid Kent. Campbell: Kellye Nakahara. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Major Topper Season 6, Episode 25

Klinger breaks in a new man (Hamilton Camp) who's crazier than he is; and Hawkeye, B.J. and Charles trade tall tales. Meanwhile, Potter prescribes placebos when the morphine supply gets low. Saxton: Andrew Bloch. Rifkin: Peter Zapp. Collins: Paul Linke. Duncan: John Kirby. Sgt. Glassberg: Michael Mann. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Potter: Harry Morgan. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. read more

Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde Season 6, Episode 24

Charles runs for the shelter of mother's little helper and gets hooked on pep pills; Radar enters his mouse in the Marines' rodent race. Remy: Chris Murney. Chalk: Rod Gist. Grich: Ron Max. Sgt. Solita: Joe Tornatore. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Klinger: Jamie Farr. read more

Potter's Retirement Season 6, Episode 23

Someone is filing critical reports about Potter's command, leading the colonel to consider retirement. Benson: George Wyner. Denning: Ken White. Gen. Webster: Peter Hobbs. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Potter: Harry Morgan. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Temporary Duty Season 6, Episode 22

An exchange program with the 8063rd brings a boorish doctor (George Lindsey) and a fun-loving nurse (Marcia Rodd) for temporary duty. Bigelow: Enid Kent. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Mail Call Three Season 6, Episode 21

Hawkeye receives a letter for another Capt. Ben Pierce (Oliver Clark), who appears to be quite the ladies' man. Meanwhile, mail call brings unsettling news from home for others in the camp. Kelsey: Jack Grapes. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Radar: Gary Burghoff. read more

What's Up, Doc? Season 6, Episode 20

Margaret confides in Hawkeye when she thinks she might be pregnant; a patient (Charles Frank) has had it with the war and wants to go home. Bell: Lois Foraker. Patient: Kurt Andon. Nurse: Phyllis Katz. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Radar: Gary Burghoff. read more

Your Hit Parade Season 6, Episode 19

When a shipment of records arrives in camp, Radar uses the stacks of wax to help soothe nerves during a lengthy OR session. Gribble: Ronny Graham. Harker: Ken Michelman. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Patient: William Kux. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Potter: Harry Morgan. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Written by Graham. read more

Tea and Empathy Season 6, Episode 18

An influx of wounded British troops is made worse by the theft of penicillin, and Hawkeye clashes with the regiment's commander (Bernard Fox) over the treatment of his men. Meanwhile, B.J. tries to wean a patient from morphine. Johnson: Neil Thompson. Whitefield: Chris Winfield. Enright: Neil Hunt. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Mulcahy: William Christopher. read more

Patent 4077 Season 6, Episode 17

Hawkeye's search for a special surgical clamp leads to a local merchant (Keye Luke), who also tries to replace Margaret's lost wedding ring. Campbell: Brenda Thomson. Cohen: Harry Gold. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Harry Morgan. read more

The Smell of Music Season 6, Episode 16

B.J. and Hawkeye go to extremes to get Charles to give up the French horn; Potter deals with a patient despondent over a facial wound. Saunders: Jordan Clarke. Denver: Lois Foraker. Sang Nu: Richard Lee Sung. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Potter: Harry Morgan. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

The Merchant of Korea Season 6, Episode 15

When payday is delayed, B.J. and Hawkeye become beholden to Charles, who assumes his generosity entitles him to many small favors. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Comrades in Arms Season 6, Episode 14

Conclusion. A harrowing night in enemy territory drives Margaret and Hawkeye into each other's arms, but it's not long before they're driving each other crazy. Aylesworth: Doug Rowe. North Korean: Jon Yune. South Korean: James Saito. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Nominated for a Directors Guild Award (Alda and Burt Metcalfe). Written by Alda. read more

Comrades in Arms Season 6, Episode 13

Part 1 of two. The members of the 4077th are worried when Margaret and Hawkeye get lost in enemy territory on their way to another unit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directors Alda and Burt Metcalfe were nominated for Emmy and Directors Guild Awards. Written by Alda. read more

The Grim Reaper Season 6, Episode 12

Hawkeye is enraged by a ghoulish colonel (Charles Aidman) who seems to love his job---predicting casualties. Meanwhile, Charles and Margaret become ill after eating canned pheasant, and Klinger reminisces with a patient from Toledo. Danker: Jerry Houser. Johnson: David Lyman. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

The M*A*S*H Olympics Season 6, Episode 11

Disgusted by the camp's lack of fitness, Potter organizes a M*A*S*H Olympics with two teams captained by Hawkeye and B.J. Ames: Michael McManus. Penobscot: Mike Henry. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Images Season 6, Episode 10

Margaret tries to ride a softhearted nurse (Susan Blanchard) right out of the army; Radar wants a tattoo. Hendrix: Larry Block. Rimmerman: John Durren. Campbell: Rebecca Taylor. Able: Judy Farrell. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Radar: Gary Burghoff. read more

Change Day Season 6, Episode 9

Charles sees dollar signs when a scrip exchange is announced, but the process only gives Hawkeye a headache. Also, Klinger decides the best way to get out of Korea is to apply to West Point. Kim: Philip Ahn. Maxwell: Glenn Ash. Boone: Tom Dever. Igor: Peter Riegert. Zale: Johnny Haymer. read more

In Love and War Season 6, Episode 8

Hawkeye falls for a Korean aristocrat (Kieu Chinh) who's helping refugees; Margaret suspects Donald has been unfaithful. Bigelow: Enid Kent. Gleason: Susan Krebs. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Potter: Harry Morgan. Chinh was a popular actress and talk-show host in South Vietnam before that country collapsed in 1975. The episode was written and directed by Alan Alda. read more

The Light That Failed Season 6, Episode 7

The 4077th is left in the dark by a light-bulb shortage and also by a missing page from a murder mystery. Sgt. Hacker: Philip Baker Hall. Bigelow: Enid Kent. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

The Winchester Tapes Season 6, Episode 6

Charles describes the 4077th in a vitriolic tape to his parents; Klinger concocts a new scheme to get out of the army; B.J. has a little fun at Charles' expense. Patient: Thomas Carter. Korean Woman: Kimiko Hiroshige. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Klinger: Jamie Farr. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

War of Nerves Season 6, Episode 5

Sidney (Allan Arbus) visits the 4077th as a casualty, but stays longer when personality clashes threaten camp morale. Tom: Michael O'Keefe. Igor: Peter Riegert. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Potter: Harry Morgan. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Written and directed by Alan Alda. read more

Last Laugh Season 6, Episode 4

B.J. learns he is under investigation by the provost marshal, but it turns out to be a practical joke by an old friend (James Cromwell). Meanwhile, Margaret is desperate to see her husband. Gen. Fox: Robert Karnes. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Fallen Idol Season 6, Episode 3

Hawkeye feels responsible when Radar is wounded, but lashes out at the corporal when his own behavior falls short of expectations. Rosie: Frances Fong. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Radar: Gary Burghoff. B.J.: Mike Farrell. The episode received an Emmy nomination for writer-director Alda's teleplay. read more

Fade Out, Fade In

The sixth season opens with the 4077th acquiring a replacement surgeon (David Ogden Stiers) when Frank doesn't return from R & R, but the assignment is longer than the new doctor would prefer. Meanwhile, Margaret returns from her honeymoon in a bad mood. Col. Baldwin: Robert Symonds. Dr. Berman: Raymond Singer. Schaeffer: Rick Hurst. The teleplay by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

Fade Out, Fade In Season 6, Episode 2

Conclusion. Charles proves a match for his colleagues. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Berman: Raymond Singer. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Schaeffer: Rick Hurst. Col. Baldwin: Robert Symonds. Potter: Harry Morgan. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Fade Out, Fade In Season 6, Episode 1

Maj. Charles Winchester arrives at the 4077th. Part 1 of two. Alan Alda. Berman: Raymond Singer. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Schaeffer: Rick Hurst. Potter: Harry Morgan. Col. Baldwin: Robert Symonds. read more

Margaret's Marriage Season 5, Episode 25

Margaret gets impatient after an eight-month engagement, so she and Donald (Beeson Carroll) decide to get married immediately. Able: Judy Farrell. Baker: Lynne Marie Stewart. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Frank: Larry Linville. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directed by Gene Reynolds. read more

Post Op Season 5, Episode 24

An increase in casualties causes a shortage of blood, and the post-op ward is full of stories from the front. Moody: Hilly Hicks. Robelo: Richard Beauchamp. Corey: Daniel Zippi. Gordon: Andrew Bloch. Potter: Harry Morgan. Frank: Larry Linville. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Gene Reynolds. read more

Souvenirs Season 5, Episode 23

Hawkeye and B.J. go after a chopper pilot (Michael Bell) who's getting rich in the souvenir trade---at the expense of Korean children. Meanwhile, Frank discovers the value of a rare vase and Klinger goes for a pole-sitting record. Connors: Brian Dennehy. Cooper: Scott Mulhern. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Frank: Larry Linville. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Written and co-directed by Burt Prelutsky. read more

Movie Tonight Season 5, Episode 22

Col. Potter unreels a Western to boost morale, but the audience is rowdier than the cowboys on screen. Bigelow: Enid Kent. Able: Judy Farrell. Driver: Jeffrey Kramer. Potter: Harry Morgan. Mulcahy: William Christopher. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

The General's Practitioner Season 5, Episode 21

A reluctant Hawkeye is wooed by a general (Edward Binns) to be his personal physician; a GI (Larry Wilcox) asks Radar for a big favor. Col. Bidwell: Leonard Stone. Mai Ping: Suesie Elene. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Hepatitis Season 5, Episode 20

The 4077th springs into action to stop an outbreak of hepatitis when Father Mulcahy comes down with the disease. Meanwhile, Hawkeye develops a mysterious back ailment after receiving news about a doctor from his home town. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Written and directed by Alda. read more

Hanky Panky Season 5, Episode 19

Margaret panics when she learns her fiancé has been hospitalized; B.J. befriends a nurse (Ann Sweeny) who has gotten a “Dear Jane” letter. Margaret: Loretta Swit. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Frank: Larry Linville. Written and directed by Gene Reynolds. read more

End Run Season 5, Episode 18

Radar helps a former college football star (Henry Brown) cope with a leg amputation; Frank arranges a fight between Klinger and Zale (Johnny Haymer). Kornhaus: James Lough. Medic: Peter D. Greene. Frank: Larry Linville. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Harry Morgan. read more

Ping Pong Season 5, Episode 17

Hawkeye and B.J. back a Korean table-tennis champ (Richard Narita); Potter confronts an old friend (Frank Maxwell) about his battle tactics, which are producing an unusually high casualty count. Soony: Sachiko Penny Lee. Blanchard: Robert Phalen. Bigelow: Enid Kent. read more

38 Across Season 5, Episode 16

Hawkeye contacts a Navy buddy (Oliver Clark) about a crossword puzzle; Klinger tries to eat a jeep to prove his insanity. Prescott: Dick O'Neill. Shapiro: Ron Kolman. Nurse: Gwen Farrell. Korean Mother: Momo Yashima. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

The Most Unforgettable Characters Season 5, Episode 15

Hawkeye and B.J. amuse Frank on his birthday with a sham fight; Radar hones his creative writing skills through a correspondence course. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Frank: Larry Linville. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Hawk's Nightmare Season 5, Episode 14

Sidney (Allan Arbus) visits the 4077th when nightmares and sleepwalking make Hawkeye think he's going bananas. Burke: Sean Roche. Nurse: Patricia Stevens. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Directed by Burt Metcalfe. read more

Exorcism Season 5, Episode 13

As soon as Potter orders the removal of a post that Koreans believe wards off evil spirits, bad things start happening all over camp. Kyong Ja: Virginia Ann Lee. Grandfather: Philip Ahn. Cpl. Marsh: James Canning. Yee: Arthur Song. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Potter: Harry Morgan. Directed by Alan Alda. read more

The Colonel's Horse Season 5, Episode 12

While Potter is in Tokyo, his mare falls ill and Margaret gets appendicitis---and she's very “frank” about which surgeon she doesn't want operating. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Hawkeye Get Your Gun Season 5, Episode 11

Already exhausted, Hawkeye and Potter draw the short straws to assist at a Korean hospital near the front. Maj. Choi: Mako. Able: Phyllis Katz. MP: Richard Doyle. Korean Guard: Jae Woo Lee. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Potter: Harry Morgan. Both the story, by Gene Reynolds and Jay Folb, and the teleplay, by Folb, were nominated for Writers Guild Awards. read more

The Korean Surgeon Season 5, Episode 10

Hawkeye finds a fine addition to the 4077th's surgical staff---the only trouble is he's a North Korean POW. Dr. Paik: Soon-Teck Oh. North Korean Soldier: Robert Ito. North Korean Soldier: Larry Hama. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Mulcahy's War Season 5, Episode 9

After failing to communicate with a patient whose wound was self-inflicted, Father Mulcahy decides it's time for his own baptism of fire. Fitzsimons: Brian Byers. Sgt. Hodkey: Ric Mancini. Sergeant: Richard Foronjy. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Dear Sigmund Season 5, Episode 8

Sidney Freedman (Allan Arbus) hopes to cure his depression at the 4077th, where acting crazy keeps everyone sane. Capt. Hathaway: Charles Frank. Pvt. Habib: Bart Braverman. Patient: Sal Viscuso. Alan Alda's direction won Emmy and Directors Guild Awards. Also, Alda's teleplay was nominated for an Emmy, as was William Jurgensen's cinematography. read more

The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan Season 5, Episode 7

Col. Flagg (Edward Winter) arrives to investigate the possible abduction of Margaret, who hasn't returned from a mission of mercy. Able: Susan Bredhoff. Korean Woman: June Kim. Korean Man: Le Quynh. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Frank: Larry Linville. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

The Nurses Season 5, Episode 6

Feuding between chief nurse Margaret and her staff threatens a nurse's overnight---and overdue---honeymoon. Baker: Linda Kelsey. Tony: Gregory Harrison. Mary Jo: Mary Jo Catlett. Gaynor: Carol Locatell. Preston: Patricia Sturges. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Director Joan Darling earned an Emmy nomination. read more

Lt. Radar O'Reilly Season 5, Episode 5

Hawkeye and B.J. initiate fake orders promoting Radar to lieutenant, but he finds that the grass was greener on the other side of the officer's club. Woodruff: Sandy Kenyon. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Baker: Lynn Marie Stewart. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Director Alan Rafkin earned an Emmy nomination. read more

Out of Sight, Out of Mind Season 5, Episode 4

Hawkeye is blinded by a heater explosion and befriends a patient (Tom Sullivan) who lost his sight in combat. Overman: Dudley Knight. Able: Judy Farrell. Bigelow: Enid Kent. Lt. Gage: Bobbie Mitchell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. This was Sullivan's TV acting debut. At the time, Judy Farrell was married to Mike, who played B.J. Hunnicut. read more

Margaret's Engagement Season 5, Episode 3

Margaret gets engaged while on temporary duty in Tokyo, and the surgeons brace themselves for Frank's reaction. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Frank: Larry Linville. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by Alda. read more

Bug Out

The one-hour fifth-season premiere finds the 4077th “bugging out” in fear of a Chinese advance, but Hawkeye, Margaret and Radar remain behind with a patient too unstable to move. Rosie: Frances Fong. Cho: Richard Lee-Sung. Buck: Barry Cahill. Captain: Don Eitner. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Radar: Gary Burghoff. read more

Bug Out Season 5, Episode 2

Conclusion. Hawkeye, Margaret and Radar complete a delicate operation amid the sound of gunfire from the Chinese. Alan Alda, Loretta Swit. Radar: Gary Burghoff. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Bug Out Season 5, Episode 1

A Chinese advance forces a pull-out during surgery. First of two parts. Alan Alda, Mike Farrell. Rosie: Frances Fong. Cho: Richard Lee-Sung. Buck: Barry Cahill. read more

The Interview Season 4, Episode 25

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-creator Larry Gelbart, who left the show after this fourth-season finale. read more

Deluge Season 4, Episode 24

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 Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

The More I See You Season 4, Episode 23

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. read more

Smilin' Jack Season 4, Episode 22

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. read more

The Novocaine Mutiny Season 4, Episode 21

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 by Harry Morgan. read more

Some 38th Parallels Season 4, Episode 20

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 Mettey. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. read more

Hawkeye Season 4, Episode 19

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. William Jurgensen's cinematography earned an Emmy nomination. read more

Der Tag Season 4, Episode 18

Potter asks the near-impossible from Hawkeye and B.J.: be nice to Frank while Margaret is in Tokyo. Capt. Saunders: Joe Morton. Kelly: Kellye Nakahara. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

Dear Ma Season 4, Episode 17

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. Gen. Park: Rollin Moriyama. Col. Kim: John Fujioka. Korean Soldier: Byron Chung. Fox: Lynn Marie Stewart. Directed by Alan Alda. read more

The Price of Tomato Juice Season 4, Episode 16

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; directed by Reynolds. read more

Mail Call Again Season 4, Episode 15

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. read more

The Gun Season 4, Episode 14

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 and Gene Reynolds. read more

Soldier of the Month Season 4, Episode 13

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 Christopher. Potter: Harry Morgan. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Of Moose and Men Season 4, Episode 12

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. read more

Dear Peggy Season 4, Episode 11

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. read more

Quo Vadis, Capt. Chandler? Season 4, Episode 10

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 directed the episode, which used no laugh track. read more

The Kids Season 4, Episode 9

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. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Alan Alda's direction was nominated for an Emmy. read more

Dear Mildred Season 4, Episode 8

Surprises are in store for Potter on his 27th anniversary, but Radar saves the best gift for last. Cho: Richard Lee Sung. Dan: Buck Young. Potter: Harry Morgan. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Frank: Larry Linville. Directed by Alan Alda. read more

The Bus Season 4, Episode 7

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. read more

Hey, Doc Season 4, Episode 6

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. read more

The Late Captain Pierce Season 4, Episode 5

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 Les Charles. read more

It Happened One Night Season 4, Episode 4

Nonstop artillery rattles doctors and patients alike through a long, freezing night; Frank tears Margaret's tent apart looking for love notes; Klinger gets shot on guard duty. Abbott: Christopher Allport. Jenkins: Darren O'Connor. Frank: Larry Linville. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Klinger: Jamie Farr. read more

Change of Command Season 4, Episode 3

Potter (Harry Morgan) assumes command of the 4077th, and the Regular Army colonel learns that life at M*A*S*H is anything but regular. Able: Kellye Nakahara. Mess Sgt.: Jeff Maxwell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Directed by Gene Reynolds. read more

Welcome to Korea

Hawkeye misses saying good-bye to Trapper before he leaves for home, but meets his replacement, Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt (Mike Farrell), who proves to be a worthy ally. Colonel: Robert A. Karnes. Sgt. Dale: Ted Zeigler. Gene Reynolds' direction won an Emmy, as did the editing by Fred W. Berger and Stanford Tischler. The script, by Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell and Larry Gelbart, won a Writers Guild Award. read more

Welcome to Korea Season 4, Episode 2

Conclusion. Newcomer B.J. (Mike Farrell) is introduced to the realities of war on an eventful ride to the 4077th compound. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Radar: Gary Burghoff. MP Lieutenant: Tom Dever. read more

Welcome to Korea Season 4, Episode 1

Hawkeye misses saying goodbye to Trapper, but meets his replacement, B.J. Hunnicutt (Mike Farrell), in Seoul. Part 1 of two. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Abyssinia, Henry Season 3, Episode 24

Sentimental moments mix with bon voyage hoopla when Henry learns he's going home, and Frank prepares to take command. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Directed by series co-creator Larry Gelbart. read more

White Gold Season 3, Episode 23

A theft of penicillin prompts a visit from Col. Flagg (Edward Winter), but Hawkeye and Trapper discover the real reason for his interest. Perkins: Hilly Hicks. Rodriguez: Michael A. Salcido. Morris: Danil Torppe. Sgt. Clay: Stafford Repp. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Payday Season 3, Episode 22

During Hawkeye's stint as pay officer, a $10 oversight leads to nothing but trouble; Frank buys two pearl necklaces---one real, one fake. Capt. Sloan: Eldon Quick. Quoc: Jack Soo. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Fr. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Big Mac Season 3, Episode 21

Rumors of a visit from Gen. Douglas MacArthur turn the 4077th upside down, but not all personnel are overly excited. Col. Whiteman: Graham Jarvis. Capt. Spalding: Loudon Wainwright III. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Laurence Marks earned a nomination for a Writers Guild Award. read more

Love and Marriage Season 3, Episode 20

A Korean assistant (Soon-Taik Oh) needs to see his pregnant wife, and a GI (Dennis Dugan) wants to marry a girl from Rosie's bar. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Dr. Pak: Jerry Fujikawa. Soong Hi: Pat Li. Mrs. Kwang: Jeanne Joe. Sergeant: Robert Gruber. Frank: Larry Linville. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

Aid Station Season 3, Episode 19

Hawkeye, Margaret and Klinger are sent to fill in for a deceased surgeon at a frontline aid station under heavy fire. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Klinger: Jamie Farr. read more

House Arrest Season 3, Episode 18

Hawkeye faces court-martial for punching Frank, and Margaret is nervous about a visit from a meticulous colonel (Mary Wickes). Baker: Bobbie Mitchell. Hale: Kellye Nakahara. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. MP: Dennis Troy. read more

The Consultant Season 3, Episode 17

In Tokyo, Hawkeye and Trapper challenge an older doctor (Robert Alda), a veteran of two wars, to visit the 4077th. Robert Alda is Alan's father. Maj. Taylor: Joseph Maher. Bartender: Tad Horino. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Directed by series co-creator Gene Reynolds. read more

Bulletin Board Season 3, Episode 16

It's another day when nothing goes as planned, including Henry's sex lecture, a Shirley Temple movie and a company picnic. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Brown: Patricia Stevens. Charlie: Kellye Nakahara. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Alan Alda's direction earned an Emmy nomination. read more

Bombed Season 3, Episode 15

During heavy shelling, a wounded soldier arrives booby-trapped, and Margaret and Trapper get stuck in the supply tent together. Sanchez: Louisa Moritz. Lt. Delboss: Edward Marshall. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. William Jurgensen's cinematography earned an Emmy nomination, and Hy Averback received a nod for a Directors Guild Award. read more

Private Charles Lamb Season 3, Episode 14

A grateful Greek colonel (Titos Vandis) donates a lamb for an Easter feast, but Radar decides it's his duty to protect the main course. Meanwhile, a private who wishes to make a confession mistakes Frank for the chaplain. Chapman: Ted Eccles. Greek Sergeant: Gene Chronopoulos. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Sid Dorfman's teleplay was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

Mad Dogs and Servicemen Season 3, Episode 13

A patient's paralysis may not be a physical problem, and Radar is bitten by a possibly rabid stray dog. Cpl. Travis: Michael O'Keefe. Rosie: Shizuko Hoshi. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Baker: Bobbie Mitchell. Frank: Larry Linville. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Radar: Gary Burghoff. read more

A Full Rich Day Season 3, Episode 12

A berserk Turk (Sirri Murad) and a missing corpse are the main contributors to what Trapper calls a well-rounded day of insanity. Lt. Smith: William Watson. Col. Blanche: Curt Lowens. LeClerq: Michael Keller. Able: Kellye Nakahara. Fred W. Berger and Stanford Tischler won an ACE Eddie Award for editing. read more

Adam's Ribs Season 3, Episode 11

Tired of the mess tent's inedibles, Hawkeye concocts an elaborate scheme to procure spareribs from a favorite Chicago eatery. Maj. Pfiefer: Basil Hoffman. Sgt. Tarola: Joseph Stern. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stevenson. read more

There Is Nothing like a Nurse Season 3, Episode 10

The men of the 4077th must cope without the female contingent when an enemy offensive forces the evacuation of the nurses. Capt. Spalding: Loudon Wainwright III. Able: Bobbie Mitchell. Mr. Kwang: Leland Sun. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Alcoholics Unanimous Season 3, Episode 9

Acting CO Frank commits the ultimate sin when he dismantles the Swamp's still and declares Prohibition at the 4077th. Director Hy Averback earned Emmy and Directors Guild Award nominations. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. Margaret: Loretta Swit. read more

Life with Father Season 3, Episode 8

Father Mulcahy tries to accommodate a GI's request for a Jewish religious ceremony; Henry is worried his wife may be cheating on him; Hawkeye tries to solve a puzzle to win a pony. Chim Sah: Sachiko Penny Lee. Nurse: Patricia Stevens. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Check-Up Season 3, Episode 7

Trapper bristles when he's ordered to undergo a medical checkup, but the condition he's hiding may be his ticket home. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Springtime Season 3, Episode 6

Spring brings out the sap in everyone, especially an overly grateful---and oversized---patient (Alex Karras). Meanwhile, Radar romances a nurse (Mary Kay Place) and Klinger gets married over the telephone. Pasco: Greg Mabrey. Corpsman: Roy Goldman. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Klinger: Jamie Farr. read more

O.R. Season 3, Episode 5

A seriocomic episode (and the first without a laugh track) is set in the operating room, where the doctors are overwhelmed by casualties. Maj. Freedman: Allan Arbus. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Gene Reynolds' direction earned an Emmy, and the script by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks won a Writers Guild Award. read more

Iron Guts Kelly Season 3, Episode 4

Famed fighter General “Iron Guts” Kelly (James Gregory) dies in action, but not the kind that looks good on a war record. Col. Wortman: Keene Curtis. Able: Bobbie Mitchell. Kwok: Byron Chung. GI: Jeff Maxwell. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

Officer of the Day Season 3, Episode 3

Hawkeye is on duty as Officer of the Day, and Col. Flagg (Edward Winter) wants a wounded prisoner patched up for execution. Sang Yu: Jerry Fujikawa. Carter: Dennis Troy. Igor: Jeff Maxwell. Frank: Larry Linville. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. This episode contains Hawkeye's “I will not carry a gun” speech. read more

Rainbow Bridge Season 3, Episode 2

Hawkeye and Trapper put their R & R plans on hold to retrieve wounded American prisoners from the Chinese. Dr. Lin Tam: Mako. Loudon Wainwright III made the first of his three appearances as the guitar-playing Capt. Calvin Spalding. Frank: Larry Linville. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

The General Flipped at Dawn Season 3, Episode 1

Hawkeye is threatened with a court-martial by a spit-and-polish general (Harry Morgan) until the latter reveals he's a five-star crackpot. Marty: Theodore Wilson. Col. Atkins: Brad Trumbull. Harrison: Dennis Erdman. Baker: Lynnette Mettey. Morgan won a Supporting Actor Emmy as Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steel in this third-season premiere, and would return for good the following year as Col. Sherman Potter. read more

A Smattering of Intelligence Season 2, Episode 24

Undercover agents, including the inimitable Col. Flagg (Edward Winter), descend on the 4077th in search of security risks. Pratt: Bill Fletcher. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Frank: Larry Linville. Winter had played Capt. Halloran in an earlier episode. Directed and co-written by series co-creator Larry Gelbart. read more

Mail Call Season 2, Episode 23

Mail call inspires Hawkeye and Trapper to play on Frank's greed, and Klinger's letters from home cover everything from death to pregnancy. This episode marked the directorial debut for Alan Alda (Hawkeye). Driver: Dennis Troy. Nurse: Sheila Lauritsen. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

George Season 2, Episode 22

Hawkeye learns a patient was beaten up in his unit because he's homosexual, and Frank wants the soldier drummed out of the Army. Weston: Richard Ely. Stevens: Patricia Stevens. Mitchell: Bobbie Mitchell. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Crisis Season 2, Episode 21

A wave of conservation hits the 4077th after a vital supply line is cut, creating a variety of shortages. Able: Kellye Nakahara. Baker: Alberta Jay. GI: Jeff Maxwell. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Father Mulcahy: William Christopher. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

As You Were Season 2, Episode 20

Frank chooses a lull in the action to ask Hawkeye and Trapper to perform his hernia operation, and that's just when the war returns full tilt. Baker: Patricia Stevens. Murphy: Bobbie Mitchell. Able: Kellye Nakahara. Frank: Larry Linville. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

The Chosen People Season 2, Episode 19

A local farmer claims the 4077th is on his land, and a Korean woman claims Radar is the father of her child. Capt. Pak: Pat Morita. Choon Hi: Clare Nono. Harper: Dennis Robertson. Farmer: Jerry Fujikawa. Lyons: Bobbie Mitchell. Boy: Jay Jay Jue. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Operation Noselift Season 2, Episode 18

A private with a prominent proboscis pleads for prohibited plastic surgery---but Frank and Margaret smell a rat. Robbins: Stuart Margolin. Baker: Todd Susman. Mitchell: Patricia Stevens. Lyons: Bobbie Mitchell. MP: Lou Elias. Frank: Larry Linville. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

For Want of a Boot Season 2, Episode 17

Hawkeye's quest for new boots turns into a never-ending game of horse trading. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Futterman: Michael Lerner. Murphy: Suzanne Zenor. Mitchell: Patricia Stevens. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Henry in Love Season 2, Episode 16

Henry returns from Tokyo in love with a woman (Kathrine Baumann) half his age, but he seems to have forgotten one thing---he's married. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Kwang Duk: Clyde Kusatsu. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

Officers Only Season 2, Episode 15

Something smells rank at the 4077th, and it might be the new officers' club---from which enlisted types are barred. Gen. Mitchell: Robert F. Simon. Gary Mitchell: Robert Weaver. Watson: Sheila Lauritsen. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Bartender: Clyde Kusatsu. Aide: Ralph Grosh. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

Hot Lips and Empty Arms Season 2, Episode 14

Depressed by news from home, Margaret examines her life and decides to request a transfer. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Watson: Sheila Lauritsen. Thomas: Kellye Nakahara. Margaret: Loretta Swit. Frank: Larry Linville. Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy. read more

Deal Me Out Season 2, Episode 13

The weekly poker game plays on, despite Radar running over a civilian and Frank being held hostage in the showers by an enlisted man (John Ritter). Capt. Pak: Pat Morita. Maj. Freedman: Allan Arbus. Hwang: Jerry Fujikawa. Capt. Halloran: Edward Winter. Winter would return in later episodes as Col. Flagg. Gene Reynolds was nominated for a Directors Guild Award and an Emmy for Outstanding Directing in a Comedy. read more

The Incubator Season 2, Episode 12

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 Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks, was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

Carry On, Hawkeye Season 2, Episode 11

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 Directing in a Comedy. In the episode, the 4077th's public address system announces that the French foresee an end to their conflict in Vietnam. read more

The Sniper Season 2, Episode 10

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: Loretta Swit. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

Dear Dad...Three Season 2, Episode 9

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. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

The Trial of Henry Blake Season 2, Episode 8

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 (Henry) earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy. read more

LIP (Local Indigenous Personnel) Season 2, Episode 7

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. read more

Kim Season 2, Episode 6

Everyone wants to mother a wounded and apparently orphaned boy (Edgar Raymond Miller). Sister Theresa: Maggie Roswell. Korean Woman: Momo Yashima. Mitchell: Leslie Evans. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Henry: McLean Stevenson. read more

Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde Season 2, Episode 5

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 Alda. read more

For the Good of the Outfit Season 2, Episode 4

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 Rogers. read more

Radar's Report Season 2, Episode 3

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 as Maj. Milton Freedman, though in later episodes his first name was Sidney. Laurence Marks' teleplay, from a story by Sheldon Keller, was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

5 O'Clock Charlie Season 2, Episode 2

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 Bowman. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Divided We Stand Season 2, Episode 1

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 opener was written by Larry Gelbart and directed by Jackie Cooper. read more

Showtime Season 1, Episode 24

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 a last-minute catastrophe. Dr. Kaplan: Harvey Goldenberg. Ugly John: John Orchard. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Cease Fire Season 1, Episode 23

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: Wayne Rogers. Co-written by Laurence Marks and Larry Gelbart. read more

Maj. Fred C. Dobbs Season 1, Episode 22

Hawkeye and Trapper's overindulgence in teasing Frank results in the major's request for a transfer, until he hears there's gold in them thar hills. Dr. Kaplan: Harvey Goldenberg. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Sticky Wicket Season 1, Episode 21

Acerbity hits new heights as tempers flare in the OR between Hawkeye and Frank over the issue of surgical competence. Ugly John: John Orchard. Thompson: Wayne Bryan. Griffin: Lynnette Mettey. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. Co-written by Larry Gelbart. read more

The Army-Navy Game Season 1, Episode 20

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 Burghoff. Frank: Larry Linville. Hot Lips: Loretta Swit. read more

The Longjohn Flap Season 1, Episode 19

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: Wayne Rogers. Klinger: Jamie Farr. read more

Dear Dad Again Season 1, Episode 18

Hawkeye recounts more incidents in another letter to his dad, including his naked foray into the mess tent, the tale of a man impersonating a surgeon and Radar's quest for his diploma. Casey: Alex Henteloff. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Nurse: Gail Bowman. Although Hawkeye asks his father to give his mother and sister a kiss, in later episodes he was an only child and his mother was dead. read more

Sometimes You Hear the Bullet Season 1, Episode 17

Hawkeye's emotions run the gamut when an old friend (James Callahan) shows up in Korea to write a book about the war, and again when he's forced to confront a private (Ron Howard) who faked his age to enlist. Nancy: Lynnette Mettey. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Frank: Larry Linville. Carl Kleinschmitt's teleplay was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

The Ringbanger Season 1, Episode 16

While a casualty-callous colonel (Leslie Nielsen) recovers in post-op, Hawkeye and Trapper plot to take him out of action and spread rumors about the rest of the staff to gain his confidence. Leslie: Linda Meiklejohn. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Tuttle Season 1, Episode 15

The 4077th sings the praises of an imaginary captain, invented by Hawkeye and Trapper to cover their donations to an orphanage. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Sister Theresa: Mary-Robin Redd. Finance Officer: James B. Sikking. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. The teleplay, by Bruce Shelly and David Ketchum, was nominated for a Writers Guild Award. read more

Love Story Season 1, Episode 14

Radar gets a “Dear John” letter from home, then asks for Hawkeye's help when he falls for a nurse (Kelly Jean Peters) with a love for the classics. O'Brien: Indira Danks. Barker: Barbara Brownell. Cutler: Marcia Strassman. Sergeant: Jerry Harper. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Frank: Larry Linville. Hot Lips: Loretta Swit. read more

Edwina Season 1, Episode 13

The nurses declare themselves off-limits until the klutzy Edwina (Arlene Golonka) gets a date, and it's Hawkeye who draws the short straw. Cutler: Marcia Strassman. Leslie: Linda Meiklejohn. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

Dear Dad Season 1, Episode 12

Hawkeye's letter to his father details the Christmas season at the 4077th, which includes Radar mailing a jeep home piece by piece, Henry's sex lecture and Hawkeye dressed as Santa Claus attending to a wounded soldier on the battlefield. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Written and directed, respectively, by series co-creators Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds. read more

Germ Warfare Season 1, Episode 11

Hawkeye and Trapper sneak blood from Frank for a transfusion, then worry when the recipient exhibits symptoms of hepatitis. POW: Byron Chung. Ho-Jon: Patrick Adiarte. Spearchucker: Timothy Brown. Lt. Dish: Karen Philipp. Boone: Robert Gooden. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Frank: Larry Linville. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

I Hate a Mystery Season 1, Episode 10

The 4077th gets caught up in a whodunit about a rash of petty thefts, with the baleful eye of suspicion falling on Hawkeye. Ho-Jon: Patrick Adiarte. Spearchucker: Timothy Brown. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Leslie: Linda Meiklejohn. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Frank: Larry Linville. read more

Henry, Please Come Home Season 1, Episode 9

The camp's high efficiency rating gets Henry transferred, but Frank's stint as CO is worse than anything the North Koreans can dish out. Spearchucker: Timothy Brown. Ho-Jon: Patrick Adiarte. Leslie: Linda Meiklejohn. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Gen. Hammond: G. Wood. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stevenson. read more

Cowboy Season 1, Episode 8

A series of “accidents,” including an exploding latrine and a runaway jeep, makes it clear that someone's gunning for Henry. Cowboy: Billy Green Bush. Lindstrom: Rick Moses. Goldstein: Joe Corey. Ugly John: John Orchard. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. read more

Bananas, Crackers and Nuts Season 1, Episode 7

Hawkeye decides insanity is the best policy for a little R & R, but at first all it gets him is an examination from a shrink (Stuart Margolin). Cutler: Marcia Strassman. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Frank: Larry Linville. Hot Lips: Loretta Swit. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. read more

Yankee Doodle Doctor Season 1, Episode 6

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. Henry: McLean Stevenson. read more

The Moose Season 1, Episode 5

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: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Radar: Gary Burghoff. read more

Chief Surgeon Who? Season 1, Episode 4

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: Odessa Cleveland. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. Hot Lips: Loretta Swit. read more

Requiem for a Lightweight Season 1, Episode 3

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. This episode marked the first appearance by William Christopher as Father Francis Mulcahy. read more

To Market, to Market Season 1, Episode 2

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 Stevenson. read more

Pilot Episode Season 1, Episode 1

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. Spearchucker: Timothy Brown. Gen. Hammond: G. Wood. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stevenson. read more

Comrades in Arms

Margaret and Hawkeye get lost in enemy territory. Alan Alda, Loretta Swit, Harry Morgan, Mike Farrell. Charles: David Ogden Stiers. Father Mulcahy: William Christopher. read more

Good-bye, Radar

The 4077th is without electricity and without hope for a quick fix: Radar (Gary Burghoff), the wheeler-dealer, is on leave in Tokyo. Patty: Marilyn Jones. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Van Kirk: Lee de Broux. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Potter: Harry Morgan. read more

M*A*S*H Episode: "That's Show Biz"

Episode Synopsis: The 10th-season premiere finds a USO troupe making a surprise visit to the 4077th, headlined by a former stripper (Gwen Verdon) Potter remembers from his doughboy days. Fast Freddie: Danny Dayton. Marina Ryan: Gail Edwards. Ellie Carlyle: Amanda McBroom. Sarah Miller: Karen Landry. Michael Nowicki: Richard Molnar. Potter: Harry Morgan.
Original Air Date: Oct 26, 1981
Guest Cast Karen Landry: Sarah Miller Gail Edwards: Marina Ryan Gwen Verdon: Brandy Doyle Richard Molnar: Michael Nowicki Danny Dayton: Fast Freddie Paul Tuerpe: Corpsman Brian Byers: Patient Freddie Dawson: Patient Amanda McBroom: Ellie Carlyle Nicholas Cinardo: Driver

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Premiered: September 17, 1972, on CBS
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: A beloved, multi-Emmy-winning series about Army surgeons cutting up amid the Korean War. 'War is hell. So is TV,' said Larry Gelbart, who developed the series for TV from the 1970 Robert Altman film. ' 'M*A*S*H' and the medium,' Gelbart added, 'were made for each other.' For 11 years (10 in the Top 20), the show deftly blended sharp, thoughtful humor with moving scenes of dedicated, stressed doctors trying to save lives---while clinging to their own sanity---in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.

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