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M*A*S*H Season 3 episodes

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

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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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