M*A*S*H Episodes

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M*A*S*H Season 4 episodes

The Interview Season 4, Episode 24

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 23

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 22

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 21

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 20

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 19

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 18

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 17

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 16

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 15

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 14

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 13

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 12

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 11

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 10

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 9

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 8

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 7

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 6

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 5

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 4

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 3

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 2

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 Season 4, Episode 1

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

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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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