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M*A*S*H Season 8 episodes

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

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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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