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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'M*A*S*H' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'M*A*S*H':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 17, 1972: Pilot
Season 1, episode 1
W: Larry Gelbart   D: Gene Reynolds

With John Orchard (Ugly John), Timothy Brown (Spearchucker Jones), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Patrick Adiarte (Ho-Jon), Karen Philipp (Lt. Maria 'Dish' Schneider), Linda Meiklejohn (Nurse Scorch), Laura Miller (Knocko), Bruno Kirby (Pvt. Boone), George Morgan (Father Mulcahy).
The TV offshoot from the successful movie about three irreverent combat surgeons in Korea, whose dedication to duty is surpassed only by their love for fun and games. Tonight, Hawkeye and Trapper John arrange for a company party that will send a young Korean houseboy to medical school.

September 24, 1972: To Market, To Market
Season 1, episode 2
W: Burt Styler   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Jack Soo (Charlie Lee), Robert Ito (Lin).
Hawkeye and Trapper John become involved with a notorious black marketer in Seoul when they learn he has hijacked a shipment of hydrocortisone, and it becomes necessary for them to retrieve the vital drug.

October 1, 1972: Requiem For A Lightweight
Season 1, episode 3
W: Bob Klane   D: Hy Averback

With Marcia Strassman (Nurse Margie Cutler), John Orchard (Ugly John), Sorrell Booke (General Barker).
Lt. Col. Henry Blake promises to cancel the transfer of a curvaceous new nurse if Trapper John will carry the 4077th unit's colors in a boxing tournament.

October 8, 1972: Chief Surgeon Who?
Season 1, episode 4
W: Larry Gelbart   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Linda Meiklejohn (Scorch), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), John Orchard (Ugly John), Timothy Brown (Spearchucker), Jack Riley (Captain Kaplan), Sorrell Booke (General Barker), Robert Gooden (Pvt. Boone).
Hawkeye is promoted to chief surgeon over executive officer Frank Burns, and the repercussions bring General Barker in to investigate the situation.

October 15, 1972: The Moose
Season 1, episode 5
W: Laurence Marks   D: Hy Averback

With Virginia Lee (Young Hi), Paul Jenkins (Sergeant Baker), Craig Jue (Benny), Barbara Brownell (Lt. Jones), John Orchard (Ugly John), Linda Meiklejohn (Scorch), Patrick Adiarte (Ho-Jon), Timothy Brown (Spearchucker Jones).
Hawkeye, hoping to free a young Korean girl of her bondage to an American sergeant, wins her custody in a poker game but finds that she insists on staying with him.

October 22, 1972: Yankee Doodle Doctor
Season 1, episode 6
W: Laurence Marks   D: Lee Philips

With Marcia Strassman (Nurse Margie Cutler), Herb Voland (General Clayton), Ed Flanders (Lt. Bricker), Bert Kramer (Sgt. Martin), Tom Sparks (Corpsman).
A Hollywood director in the service is assigned to film a documentary about the bravery of MASH units in combat, and he proceeds to disrupt surgical procedures.

November 5, 1972: Bananas, Crackers And Nuts
Season 1, episode 7
W: Burt Styler   D: Bruce Bilson

With Marcia Strassman (Nurse Margie Cutler), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Stuart Margolin (Capt. Sherman).
It appears that Hawkeye has finally flipped when he rejects the advances of Nurse Cutler, develops some rather eccentric eating habits, and seems to have developed a strong attachment to Major Frank Burns.

November 12, 1972: Cowboy
Season 1, episode 8
W: Bob Klane   D: Don Weis

With John Orchard (Ugly John), Joe Corey (Goldstein), Mike Robello (Cook), Jean Powell (Nurse Baker), Billy Green Bush (John 'Cowboy' Hodges).
A strange series of accidents befall Lt. Col. Henry Blake and suspicion first falls on Trapper because of a prior disagreement.

November 19, 1972: Henry, Please Come Home
Season 1, episode 9
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Linda Meiklejohn (Scorch), Bob Gooden (Pvt. Boone), Bill Svanoe (Aide), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Timothy Brown (Spearchucker Jones), John Orchard (Ugly John), Patrick Adiarte (Ho-Jon).
Lt. Col. Henry Blake's high efficiency rating merits him a transfer to Tokyo, but the 4077th MASH unit finds the going even tougher when the officious Major Frank Burns is promoted to commanding officer.

November 26, 1972: I Hate A Mystery
Season 1, episode 10
W: Hal Dressner   D: Hy Averback

With Bonnie Jones (Lt. Barbara Bannerman), Linda Meiklejohn (Scorch), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Timothy Brown (Spearchucker Jones), Patrick Adiarte (Ho-Jon).
A wave of thievery breaks out in the MASH unit and suspicion falls on Hawkeye when a number of stolen articles are discovered in his footlocker.

December 10, 1972: Germ Warfare
Season 1, episode 11
W: Larry Gelbart   D: Terry Becker

With Byron Chung (P.O.W.), Bob Gooden (Pvt. Boone), Karen Philipp (Dish), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Timothy Brown (Spearchucker Jones), Patrick Adiarte (Ho-Jon).
When an ailing POW needs a blood transfusion, the devious Hawkeye and Trapper John sneak into Major Burns' quarters a steal a pint, a la Count Dracula.

December 17, 1972: Dear Dad
Season 1, episode 12
W: Larry Gelbart   D: Gene Reynolds

With Bonnie Jones (Lt. Bannerman), Lizabeth Deen (Becky), Gary Van Ormand (Corporal), William Katt (P.F.C.), Buck Young (M.P.), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger).
Hawkeye brings his father up to date with a Christmas letter on the latest happenings of the unpredictable MASH unit, including his abortive try at being Santa Claus for some Korean kids.

December 24, 1972: Edwina
Season 1, episode 13
W: Hal Dressner   D: James Sheldon

With Linda Meiklejohn (Scorch), Marcia Strassman (Nurse Margie Cutler), Arlene Golonka (Nurse Edwina Ferguson).
A likeable but inept nurse feels the need for male companionship and Hawkeye is elected by the other nurses to fill the bill.

January 7, 1973: Love Story
Season 1, episode 14
W: Laurence Marks   D: Earl Bellamy

With Marcia Strassman (Nurse Margie Cutler), Stefanianna Christopherson (Lt. O'Brien), Barbara Brownell (Lt. Jones), Jerry Harper (Sergeant), Kelly Jean Peters (Lt. Louise Anderson).
The usually reliable Radar suffers a strange loss of efficiency characterized by a poor appetite, assuming a childlike pose and a peculiar loss of memory regarding the requisiiton orders he makes.

January 14, 1973: Tuttle
Season 1, episode 15
W: Bruce Shelly, David Ketchum   D: William Wiard

With Herb Voland (General Clayton), Mary-Robin Redd (Sister Theresa), James B. Sikking (Finance Officer), Dennis Fimple (Sgt. Pryor).
When Hawkeye modestly avoids credit for his assistance to a Korean orphanage, his reference to a mysterious Captain Tuttle as the donor of the supplies sets off a surprising chain of events.

January 21, 1973: The Ringbanger
Season 1, episode 16
W: Jerry Mayer   D: Jackie Cooper

With Linda Meiklejohn (Scorch), Leslie Nielsen (Col. Buzz Brighton).
A gung-ho infantry colonel with a reputation for incurring high casualties comes under the medical care of Hawkeye and Trapper John, who plan to keep him out of the war as long as necessary.

January 28, 1973: Sometimes You Hear The Bullet
Season 1, episode 17
W: Carl Kleinschmitt   D: William Wiard

With Lynette Mettey (Lt. Nancy Griffin), James Callahan (Tommy Gillis), Ron Howard (Wendell Peterson), Fred Lerner (Patient #1), Chuck Hicks (Patient #2).
One of Hawkeye's romantic escapades is interrupted when Maj. Frank Burns throws his back out while dancing with Hot Lips, then applies for the Purple Heart.

February 4, 1973: Dear Dad, Again
Season 1, episode 18
W: Sheldon Keller, Larry Gelbart   D: Jackie Cooper

With Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Alex Henteloff (Capt. Adam Casey), Gail Bowman (Nurse Powell).
Hawkeye continues his correspondence with his father, dispatching a letter home which relates more of the madcap incidents which make life in the MASH unit a three-ring circus.

February 18, 1973: The Long-John Flap
Season 1, episode 19
W: Alan Alda   D: William Wiard

With Kathleen King (Nurse Beddoes), Joseph V. Perry (Cook).
A pair of longjohns, originally owned by Hawkeye, becomes a bargaining point for some important special favors during the long winter in Korea.

February 25, 1973: The Army-Navy Game
Season 1, episode 20
W: Sid Dorfman   D: Gene Reynolds

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Mason), Alan Manson (Col. Hersh), John A. Zee (Commander Sturner), Sheila Lauritsen (Nurse Hardy), John Orchard (Ugly John).
The MASH football pool and the entire unit's concentration on the Army-Navy game broadcast are shattered by an artillery barrage, climaxed by an unexploded bomb which lands in the middle of the compound.

March 4, 1973: Sticky Wicket
Season 1, episode 21
W: Laurence Marks, Larry Gelbart   D: Don Weis

With Lynette Mettey (Lt. Nancy Griffin), Wayne Bryan (Pvt. Thompson), John Orchard (Ugly John).
Hawkeye and Maj. Burns clash over the surgical treatment of a patient, and Hawkeye's public criticism of Burns earns him a reprimand from Col. Blake until the patient takes a sudden turn for the worse.

March 11, 1973: Major Fred C. Dobbs
Season 1, episode 22
W: Sid Dorfman   D: Don Weis

With Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Harvey Goldenberg (Capt. George Kaplan).
Maj. Frank Burns becomes the target of the off-beat humor of Hawkeye and Trapper John just once too often, and the uptight surgeon blows his top and requests a transfer, causing the irreverent surgical duo some second thoughts when Col. Blake informs them of the consequences.

March 18, 1973: Cease-Fire
Season 1, episode 23
W: Laurence Marks   D: Earl Bellamy

With Lynette Mettey (Lt. Nancy Griffin), Herb Voland (Gen. Clayton), Marcia Strassman (Nurse Margie Cutler), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Bruce Kimmel (Pvt. Gilbert), Bonnie Jones (Lt. Barbara Bannerman), Patrick Adiarte (Ho-Jon).
Headquarters reports a cease-fire is imminent, and the long-awaited news sets off a wild orgy of celebration in the MASH compound despite the chance that it might be a false alarm.

March 25, 1973: Showtime
Season 1, episode 24
W: Robert Klane, Larry Gelbart   D: Jackie Cooper

With Joey Forman (Jackie Flash), Harvey J. Goldenberg (Capt. Kaplan), Stanley Bennett Clay (Driver), Sheila Lauritsen (Nurse), John Orchard (Ugly John).
A mediocre USO troupe, including a comic and a girl trio, arrives to entertain the MASH unit. Its performance is sub-par but it's a welcome contrast to such events as another Hawkeye-Burns embroglio during surgery.

September 15, 1973: Divided We Stand
Season 2, episode 1
W: Larry Gelbart   D: Jackie Cooper

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Marshall), Herb Voland (Gen. Clayton), Linda Meiklejohn (Scorch), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Anthony Holland (Capt. Hildebrand), Lesley Evans (Nurse Bryan).
The second season begins. The Korea-based combat surgeons come under the scrutiny of a psychiatrist when an Amry general fears that the 4077th unit may be suffering from battle fatigue and should be broken up.

September 22, 1973: 5 O'Clock Charlie
Season 2, episode 2
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Norman Tokar

With Herb Voland (Gen. Clayton), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Gail Bowman (Nurse Powell), Sarah Fankboner (Nurse Klein), Corey Fisher (Capt. Cardozo), Lloyd Kino (Soldier), Deb Newman (Nurse Richards).
The compund takes on the festive air of an English derby as Hawkeye and friends bet on how far a North Korean pilot will miss his target.

September 29, 1973: Radar's Report
Season 2, episode 3
W: Laurence Marks   D: Jackie Cooper

With Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Joan Van Ark (Lt. Erica Johnson).
The all-knowing Radar uses his unusual powers of observation to chronicle a detailed report of recent happenings.

October 6, 1973: For The Good Of The Outfit
Season 2, episode 4
W: Jerry Mayer   D: Jackie Cooper

With Gwen Farrell (Nurse Butler), Herb Voland (Gen. Clayton), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Frank Aletter (Maj. Stoner), Lesley Evans (Nurse Mason).
While operating on Korean civilian wounded, Hawkeye and Trapper John are shocked when they extract shrapnel that obviously came from U.S. weapons and they determine to request an official investigation.

October 13, 1973: Dr. Pierce And Mr. Hyde
Season 2, episode 5
W: Alan Alda, Robert Klane   D: Jackie Cooper

With Herb Voland (Gen. Clayton), Buck Young (O'Brien).
Hawkeye, weary from long hours at the operating table, becomes a sleepwalker and his strange behavior suggests he has lost sight of reality.

October 20, 1973: Kim
Season 2, episode 6
W: Marc Mandel, Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Lesley Evans (Nurse Mitchell), Edgar Miller (Kim), Maggie Roswell (Sister Theresa), Momo Yashima (Kim's Mother).
Another torrid love affair blossoms in the 4077th compound, but this time a displaced 5-year-old Korean boy is the object of the affection.

October 27, 1973: L.I.P.
Season 2, episode 7
W: Carl Kleinschmitt, Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: William Wiard

With Corinne Camacho (Lt. Regina Hopkins), Burt Young (Lt. Willis), Jerry Zaks (Cpl. Phil Walker), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger).
Hawkeye decides to fight through a maze of Army red tape to help a corporal marry his Korean girlfriend after he learns the couple already have a baby.

November 3, 1973: The Trial Of Henry Blake
Season 2, episode 8
W: McLean Stevenson, Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Don Weis

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Marshall), Hope Summers (Nurse Meg Cratty), Jack Aaron (Maj. Murphy), Roy Goldman (M.P.), Robert F. Simon (Gen. Mitchell).
Lt. Col. Henry Blake's fitness for command is impugned when Hot Lips and Burns inform on him, charging that he sanctioned improper activities such as gurney races between doctors and nurses.

November 10, 1973: Dear Dad... Three
Season 2, episode 9
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Don Weis

With Mills Watson (Sgt. Condon), Sivi Aberg (Anna Lindstrom), Arthur Abelson (Milt Jaffe), Kathleen Hughes (Lorraine Blake), Louise Vienne (Sylvia Jaffe), Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Gilbert), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger).
Hawkeye writes about his day on camp life. There are the monthly staff meeting, Colonel Blake's home movies of his daughter, and trick surgical work in removing a live grenade.

November 17, 1973: The Sniper
Season 2, episode 10
W: Richard M. Powell   D: Jackie Cooper

With Dennis Troy (Ambulance Driver), Teri Garr (Lt. Marquette), Marcia Gelman (Nurse Jacobs).
Hawkeye's picnic idyll with a new nurse is interrupted by gunshots.

November 24, 1973: Carry On Hawkeye
Season 2, episode 11
W: Bernard Dilbert, Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Jackie Cooper

With Lynette Mettey (Nurse Sheila Anderson), Gwen Farrell (Nurse Wilson), Marcia Gelman (Nurse Jacobs).
All the surgeons in the unit, except for Hawkeye, fall flat on their backs, victims of the flu.

December 1, 1973: The Incubator
Season 2, episode 12
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Jackie Cooper

With John Alvin (Bowman), Sarah Fankboner (Nurse Owens), Helen Funai (Betty Lou), Ted Gehring (Maj. Morris), Jerry Harper (Phillips), Eldon Quick (Capt. Sloan), Logan Ramsey (Col. Lambert), Robert F. Simon (Gen. Mitchell).
Hawkeye and Trapper John elect to lock horns with Army red tape again, this time to get their hands on a badly-needed germ incubator.

December 8, 1973: Deal Me Out
Season 2, episode 13
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Gene Reynolds

With Tom Dever (Lt. Rogers), Jerry Fujikawa ('Whiplash' Hwang), Gwen Farrell (Nurse Wilson), Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Pat Morita (Captain Pak), Edward Winter (Capt. Halloran), John Ritter (Pvt. Carter).
The weekly poker game runs round the clock despite a series of interruptions.

December 15, 1973: Hot Lips And Empty Arms
Season 2, episode 14
W: Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, Mary Kay Place   D: Jackie Cooper

With Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Sheila Lauritsen (Nurse Watson).
After receiving a letter from a nurse friend who has married a well-to-do doctor she once turned down, Margaret decides to leave Frank and ask for a transfer, which is granted.

December 22, 1973: Officers Only
Season 2, episode 15
W: Ed Jurist   D: Jackie Cooper

With Clyde Kusatsu (Kwang Duk), Ralph Grosh (General's Aide), Robert Weaver (Pvt. Gary Mitchell), Sheila Lauritsen (Nurse Watson), Robert F. Simon (Gen. Mitchell).
Hawkeye and Trapper John operate on General Mitchell's son, and their reward is an expense-paid weekend spree at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo.

January 5, 1974: Henry In Love
Season 2, episode 16
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Don Weis

With Gwen Farrell (Nurse Wilson), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Kathrine Baumann (Nancy Sue Parker), Sheila Lauritsen (Nurse Sheila), Clyde Kusatsu (Kwang Duk).
Lt. Col. Blake discovers the Fountain of Youth while resting and recuperating in Tokyo, then returns to report that he also has found love.

January 12, 1974: For Want Of A Boot
Season 2, episode 17
W: Sheldon Keller   D: Don Weis

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Mitchell), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale), Michael Lerner (Capt. Futterman), Susanne Zenor (Nurse Murphy), Sheila Lauritsen (Nurse Sheila).
Hawkeye's desperate efforts to acquire a long-needed pair of boots set off a chain reaction of deals that proliferate through the compound.

January 19, 1974: Operation Noselift
Season 2, episode 18
W: Erik Tarloff   D: Hy Averback

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Mitchell), Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Lyons), Todd Susman (Pvt. Danny Baker), Lou Elias (M.P.), Stuart Margolin (Maj. Stanley Robbins).
Hawkeye pulls strings to import a top plastic surgeon to fix Pvt. Baker's nose.

January 26, 1974: The Chosen People
Season 2, episode 19
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks, Sheldon Keller   D: Jackie Cooper

With Jerry Fujikawa (Father), Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Lyons), Pat Morita (Capt. Pak), Clare Nono (Choon Hi), Dennis Robertson (Lt. Harper), Jay Jay Jue (Boy).
Korean agriculture takes over the 4077th compound when a local farmer moves his ox and family of five into the MASH unit, announces the land is his, and gives the U.S. Army three days to evacuate.

February 2, 1974: As You Were
Season 2, episode 20
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Hy Averback

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Baker), Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Murphy).
Maj. Frank Burns drops by to talk aboiut his pending hernia operation and finds the two madcap surgeons playing gin rummy dressed as gorillas.

February 9, 1974: Crisis
Season 2, episode 21
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Don Weis

With Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
An energy crisis descends on the unit when U.S. supply lines are cut and the first casualty of the fuel shortage is Lt. Col. Henry Blake's desk.

February 16, 1974: George
Season 2, episode 22
W: John Reiger, Mark Horowitz   D: Gene Reynolds

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Stevens), Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Mitchell), Richard Ely (Pvt. George Weston), George Simmons (Simmons).
A four-time wounded soldier admits an indiscretion of his past to Hawkeye. Maj. Burns gets wind of it and puts pressure on Lt. Col. Blake to recommend a dishonorable discharge for the Purple Heart winner.

February 23, 1974: Mail Call
Season 2, episode 23
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Alan Alda

With Dennis Troy (Corpsman), Sheila Lauritsen (Nurse Sheila).
The arrival of a new batch of mail leaves Trapper depressed and thinking of desertion despite Hawkeye's efforts to dissuade him. Meanwhile, Hawkeye learns that he has successfully tricked Frank into buying stocks in a fictitious company, Pioneer Aviation.

March 2, 1974: A Smattering Of Intelligence
Season 2, episode 24
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Larry Gelbart

With Edward Winter (Col. Flagg), Bill Fletcher (Vinnie Pratt).
Espionage, secrecy and spies envelop the compound when a colonel in the CIA starts poking into the surgical hospital's affairs.

September 10, 1974: The General Flipped At Dawn
Season 3, episode 1
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Larry Gelbart

With Lynette Mettey (Nurse Baker), Harry Morgan (Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele), Teddy Wilson (Marty Williams), Brad Trumbull (Col. Atkins), Dennis Erdman (Harrison).
The third season begins with Hawkeye absolutely convinced that the new area commander has gone bananas when he orders the 4077th hospital unit moved up to the combat zone to save fuel.

September 17, 1974: Rainbow Bridge
Season 3, episode 2
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Hy Averback

With Leland Sun (Kwang), Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Mitchell), Mako (Dr. Lin Tam), Loudon Wainwright III (Capt. Spalding).
Hawkeye and Trapper John plan a leave to Tokyo but they get sidetracked by a frightening invitation to visit the Red Chinese in the combat zone.

September 24, 1974: Officer Of The Day
Season 3, episode 3
W: Laurence Marks   D: Hy Averback

With Dennis Troy (Carter), Jerry Fujikawa (Sang Yu), Edward Winter (Col. Flagg), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
As officer of the day, Hawkeye directs the MASH unit in a series of not-by-the-book decisions which cause acting commanding officer Frank Burns much frustration.

October 1, 1974: Iron Guts Kelly
Season 3, episode 4
W: Larry Gelbart, Sid Dorfman   D: Don Weis

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Able), Byron Chung (Mr. Kwok), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Keene Curtis (Col. Wortman), Alberta Jay (Anesthetist), James Gregory (General Robert "Iron Guts" Kelly).
General "Iron Guts" Kelly arrives for an inspection, and ends up dying in Margaret's tent.

October 8, 1974: O.R.
Season 3, episode 5
W: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks   D: Gene Reynolds

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Able), Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Bobby Herbeck (Patient).
The entire 4077th team of surgeons faces an exhausting 48 hours in the operating room, and amidst the wisecracks and serious reality, they learn something new about each other.

October 15, 1974: Springtime
Season 3, episode 6
W: Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, Mary Kay Place   D: Don Weis

With Gwen Farrell (Nurse Baker), Patricia Stevens (Nurse Stevens), Roy Goldman (Goldman), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Alex Karras (Cpl. Lyle Wesson), Mary Kay Place (Lt. Louise Simmons), Greg Mabrey (Pasco).
A Marine (Karras) is determined to repay Hawkeye for saving his life, whether Hawkeye wants to be repaid or not.

October 22, 1974: Check-Up
Season 3, episode 7
W: Laurence Marks   D: Don Weis

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Stevens), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
Trapper John refuses to have a medical checkup because he suspects he has an ailment he doesn't want revealed.

October 29, 1974: Life With Father
Season 3, episode 8
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Hy Averback

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Stevens), Sachiko Penny Lee (Chim Sa).
Lt. Col. Henry Blake and Father Mulcahy receive something in common -- disturbing letters from home from the women in their lives.

November 12, 1974: Alcoholics Unanimous
Season 3, episode 9
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Hy Averback

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Baker), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
Acting commander Maj. Frank Burns puts the entire MASH unit on the wagon, but Hawkeye and Trapper John refuse to sit still without a still.

November 19, 1974: There Is Nothing Like A Nurse
Season 3, episode 10
W: Larry Gelbart   D: Hy Averback

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Baker), Leland Sun (Kwang), Loudon Wainwright III (Capt. Spalding), Jeanne Schulherr (Louise Burns).
Deprivations and hardships are expected in the war zone, but the men of MASH never expected anything so horrible as to be stripped of their nurses, who are evacuated when the threat of an enemy parachute drop arises.

November 26, 1974: Adam's Ribs
Season 3, episode 11
W: Laurence Marks   D: Gene Reynolds

With Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Basil Hoffman (Maj. Pfeiffer), Joseph Stern (Sgt. Tarola).
A monotonous compound diet causes Hawkeye to revolt and he becomes consumed with the thought of attacking a mountain of barbecued spareribs.

December 3, 1974: A Full Rich Day
Season 3, episode 12
W: John D. Hess   D: Gene Reynolds

With William Watson (Lt. Smith), Sirri Murad (Turkish Soldier), Curt Lowens (Col. Blanche), Michael Keller (Lt. LeClerq).
Hawkeye records a letter to his dad, detailing the exploits of a mad Turkish soldier, the unfortunate loss of the corpse of a Luxembourg soldier (who turns out not to be dead), and of a gun-happy officer.

December 10, 1974: Mad Dogs And Servicemen
Season 3, episode 13
W: Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, Mary Kay Place   D: Hy Averback

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Baker), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Michael O'Keefe (Corporal Travis), Shizuko Hoshi (Rosie), Arthur Song (Korean Man).
Radar gets bit by a dog and the search for the animal is on when rabies is considered.

December 31, 1974: Private Charles Lamb
Season 3, episode 14
W: Larry Gelbart, Sid Dorfman   D: Hy Averback

With Ted Eccles (Pvt. Chapman), Titos Vandis (Col. Andropolis).
It's party time and everyone's looking forward to an evening of feasting except Radar and his curly-headed friend, a lamb, who's scheduled to become the entree.

January 7, 1975: Bombed
Season 3, episode 15
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Hy Averback

With Roy Goldman (Goldman), Louisa Moritz (Nurse Sanchez), Edward Marshall (Delboss).
The camp is under fire -- friendly fire -- and is swamped with wounded. Frank's jealousy of Trapper drives him to propose to Margaret.

January 14, 1975: Bulletin Board
Season 3, episode 16
W: Larry Gelbart   D: Alan Alda

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Brown), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
Camp activities include Henry's nervous delivery of a sex lecture with Hawkeye's and Trapper's heckling, a Shirley Temple movie, and a cookout.

January 21, 1975: The Consultant
Season 3, episode 17
W: Larry Gelbart, Robert Klane   D: Gene Reynolds

With Robert Alda (Dr. Anthony Borelli), Joseph Maher (Maj. Taylor), Tad Horino (Bartender).
Hawkeye and Trapper John learn a new surgical technique, but not at the military clinic in Tokyo that they were supposed to attend.

February 4, 1975: House Arrest
Season 3, episode 18
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Hy Averback

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Baker), Dennis Troy (M.P.), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Mary Wickes (Col. Reese).
Hawkeye has an altercation with Frank Burns which causes Frank to place him under "house arrest", confining him to quarters until court martial can be convened.

February 11, 1975: Aid Station
Season 3, episode 19
W: Larry Gelbart, Simon Muntner   D: William Jurgensen

With Tom Dever (Corpsman).
Henry Blake has the difficult job of finding three volunteers to go to work at a medical aid station currently under enemy fire.

February 18, 1975: Love And Marriage
Season 3, episode 20
W: Arthur Julian   D: Lee Philips

With Soon-Teck Oh (Kwang), Jerry Fujikawa (Dr. Pak), Roy Goldman (Goldman), Pat Li (Soong Hi), Robert Gruber (Sergeant), Jeanne Joe (Mrs. Kwang), Dennis Dugan (Pvt. Danny McShane), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
Hawkeye and Trapper John uncover a Korean racket that gives a new meaning to "love and marriage".

February 25, 1975: Big Mac
Season 3, episode 21
W: Laurence Marks   D: Don Weis

With Graham Jarvis (Col. Whiteman), Loudon Wainwright III (Capt. Spalding), Jeanne Schulherr (Nurse), Odessa Cleveland (Ginger), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
Dreams of fame, glory and honor dance in the heads of most everyone except Hawkeye and Trapper John when the unit learns that the supreme commander himself, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, is going to pay them a visit.

March 4, 1975: Payday
Season 3, episode 22
W: John Regier, Gary Markowitz   D: Hy Averback

With Bobbie Mitchell (Nurse Baker), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale), Jack Soo (Kim Chung Quoc), Eldon Quick (Capt. Sloan), Mary Peters (Nurse), Pat Marshall (Lt. Nelson).
Payday, with Hawkeye officiating as a paymaster, sets off a chain of events which involves pearls, poker, bribes and a $3,000 gift from heaven.

March 11, 1975: White Gold
Season 3, episode 23
W: Larry Gelbart, Simon Muntner   D: Hy Averback

With Edward Winter (Col. Flagg), Hilly Hicks (Cpl. Perkins), Stafford Repp (Sgt. Clay).
A thief is caught trying to steal penicillin from the unit's supply tent, bringing to light a plot thick with aliases.

March 18, 1975: Abyssinia, Henry
Season 3, episode 24
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Larry Gelbart

With Gwen Farrell (Nurse Gwen), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
Col. Blake finally realizes the dream of every serviceman when he gets his discharge and a ticket home to civilian life.

September 12, 1975: Welcome To Korea
Season 4, episode 1
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell, Larry Gelbart   D: Gene Reynolds

With Tom Dever (M.P. Lieutenant), Reid Cruickshanks (Staff Sergeant), Nat Jones (G.I.), Robert Karnes (Colonel), Ted Zeigler (Sgt. Dale).
The fourth season begins with a badly hung-over Hawkeye returning from leave in Tokyo to the startling discovery that his best buddy, Trapper John, had been transferred stateside two hours earlier. Mike Farrell joins the cast as B.J. Hunnicut and Harry Morgan as Col. Sherman Potter.

September 19, 1975: Change Of Command
Season 4, episode 2
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Gene Reynolds

Col. Potter, a regular Army man with an affinity for horses, arrives to take command.

September 26, 1975: It Happened One Night
Season 4, episode 3
W: Larry Gelbart, Simon Muntner   D: Gene Reynolds

With Christopher Allport (Abbott), Darren O'Connor (Jenkins).
The surgeons and nurses suffer through a long wintry night punctuated by a rash of difficult surgical cases and unsettling artillery fire that disrupts the hospital routine.

October 3, 1975: The Late Captain Pierce
Season 4, episode 4
W: Glen Charles, Les Charles   D: Alan Alda

With Richard Masur (Lt. 'Digger' Detmuller), Eldon Quick (Capt. Pratt), Sherry Steffens (Nurse Able).
Reports of Hawkeye's death are greatly exaggerated, but his distraught father has no idea that the Army is guilty of a foul-up.

October 10, 1975: Hey, Doc
Season 4, episode 5
W: Rick Mittleman   D: William Jurgensen

With Frank Marth (Col. Griswald), Bruce Kirby (Sgt. Kimble), Ted Hamilton (Lt. Chivers).
The "old Army game" is at work in the surgical hospital compound, and newcomer B.J. is as adept as the old hands at manipulating one favor for another.

October 17, 1975: The Bus
Season 4, episode 6
W: John D. Hess   D: Gene Reynolds

With Soon-Teck Oh (Korean Soldier).
Hawkeye and his comrades spend an uneasy 24 hours lost on the road in a broken-down bus.

October 24, 1975: Dear Mildred
Season 4, episode 7
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Alan Alda

With Richard Lee-Sung (Cho), Patricia Stevens (Nurse Able), Buck Young (Dan), Barbara Christopher (Nurse O'Connor).
Col. Potter, on the occasion of his 27th wedding anniversary, writes a long letter home bringing his wife up to date on what's happened.

October 31, 1975: The Kids
Season 4, episode 8
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Alan Alda

With Ann Doran (Nurse Cratty), Mitchell Sakamoto (Slicky Boy), Huanani Minn (Sung Lee), Chrisleen Sun (Korean Girl), Darrin Lee (Korean Boy).
The 4077th becomes a temporary orphanage when a band of Korean orphans, evacuated to avoid shell fire, bed down with the hospital personnel.

November 7, 1975: Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler
Season 4, episode 9
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Larry Gelbart

With Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Edward Winter (Col. Flagg), Alan Fudge (Capt. Chandler).
Hawkeye and his fellow doctors are startled when one of their post-op patients, a battle-fatigued bombardier, announces that he is the Savior.

November 11, 1975: Dear Peggy
Season 4, episode 10
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Ned Beatty (Col. Hollister), Dennis Troy (Corpsman).
A homesick and bored B.J. writes his wife Peggy and recounts some of the diverse happenings that have taken place since he joined the unit.

November 21, 1975: Of Moose And Men
Season 4, episode 11
W: Jay Folb   D: John Erman

With Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Lois Foraker (Nurse), Tim O'Connor (Col. Spiker).
Sleepless from a night of emergency operations, Hawkeye antagonizes an officious field artillery colonel.

November 28, 1975: Soldier Of The Month
Season 4, episode 12
W: Linda Bloodworth-Thomason   D: Gene Reynolds

With Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
A fever of epidemic proportions fills the hospital beds to overflowing and, on the theory that it may be caused by rat-borne mites, Col. Potter adds rat control to Frank Burns' designated duties as rumor control officer.

December 2, 1975: The Gun
Season 4, episode 13
W: Larry Gelbart, Gene Reynolds   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Warren Stevens (Col. Chaffey).
A colonel who has been seriously injured in a tank accident checks into the hospital with his prize possession, a rare old gun which disappears.

December 9, 1975: Mail Call, Again
Season 4, episode 14
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: George Tyne

With Gary Burghoff (Mrs. O'Reilly).
Mail brings a letter to Frank saying his wife has heard about Hot Lips and is divorcing him, and one to Potter telling him he's going to be a grandfather.

December 16, 1975: The Price Of Tomato Juice
Season 4, episode 15
W: Larry Gelbart, Gene Reynolds   D: Gene Reynolds

With Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
Radar's well-meaning attempt to satisfy Col. Potter's taste for hard-to-find tomato juice in Korea sets off a chain of intrigue that eventually involves a general at corps headquarters.

December 23, 1975: Dear Ma
Season 4, episode 16
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Alan Alda

With Byron Chung (Korean Soldier), Lynne Marie Stewart (Nurse Fox), Gwen Farrell (Nurse Able), Redmond Gleeson (Sgt. Callan), John Fujioka (Col. Kim), Rollin Moriyama (General Park).
Radar chronicles some of his unusual experiences in the MASH unit in a letter to his mother, such as an enemy sniper eating with the gang at the mess hall and Colonel Potter's problems at the monthly foot inspection.

January 6, 1976: Der Tag
Season 4, episode 17
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Gene Reynolds

With Joe Morton (Capt. Saunders).
Hoping to perk up the morose Frank Burns while Hot Lips attends a nurses seminar, Col. Potter asks Hawkeye and B.J. to forget their dislike of the man and show him some friendship.

January 13, 1976: Hawkeye
Season 4, episode 18
W: Larry Gelbart, Simon Muntner   D: Larry Gelbart

With Philip Ahn (Father), Shizuko Hoshi (Mother), June Kim (Pregnant Woman).
On a mission of mercy, Hawkeye wrecks his jeep, suffers a possible concussion and finds himself the uninvited guest of a Korean farm family.

January 20, 1976: Some 38th Parallels
Season 4, episode 19
W: John Regier, Gary Markowitz   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Lynette Mettey (Nurse Able), Richard Lee-Sung (Auction Bidder), George O'Hanlon Jr. (Pvt. Phelan), Kevin Hagen (Col. Coner).
A wounded colonel shows great concern for retrieving dead bodies from the battlefield.

January 27, 1976: The Novocaine Mutiny
Season 4, episode 20
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Harry Morgan

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale), Ned Wilson (Col. Carmichael).
Hawkeye faces a military trial, charged with mutiny when his running feud with Maj. Frank Burns flares up.

February 3, 1976: Smilin' Jack
Season 4, episode 21
W: Larry Gelbart, Simon Muntner   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Robert Hogan (Smilin' Jack Mitchell), Dennis Kort (Corporal Owens).
The 4077th MASH unit gets a glimpse of two sharply contrasting combat types when a hot-shot helicopter pilot flies in with a wounded corporal.

February 10, 1976: The More I See You
Season 4, episode 22
W: Larry Gelbart, Gene Reynolds   D: Gene Reynolds

With Blythe Danner (Carlye Breslin Walton), Mary Jo Catlett (Becky).
An old romance comes back to haunt Hawkeye when a former girlfriend is assigned to the hospital unit as a nurse.

February 17, 1976: Deluge
Season 4, episode 23
W: Larry Gelbart, Simon Muntner   D: William Jurgensen

With Lynne Marie Stewart (Nurse Plummer), Lois Foraker (Nurse Able), Albert Hall (Corporal), Anthony Palmer (Sergeant), Tom Ruben (P.F.C.).
A sudden deluge of wounded at the 4077th is followed by a fire and a rainstorm which makes matters difficult for the staff.

February 24, 1976: The Interview
Season 4, episode 24
W: Larry Gelbart   D: Larry Gelbart

With Clete Roberts (Interviewer).
In an episode filmed in black and white to give it a documentary flavor, a news commentator visits the front, asking questions on the war and why it's being fought.

September 21, 1976: Bug Out
Season 5, episode 1
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Gene Reynolds

With Richard Lee-Sung (Cho Man Chin), Frances Fong (Rosie), Don Eitner (Captain), Barry Cahill (Pilot).
In this hour-long episode, a rumor that battle conditions will force the 4077th hospital unit to evacuate suddenly becomes true just as Col. Potter is denying it.

September 28, 1976: Margaret's Engagement
Season 5, episode 2
W: Gary Markowitz   D: Alan Alda

Hot Lips breaks up with Major Burns and announces her engagement to Lt. Colonel Donald Penobscott, a West Point man.

October 5, 1976: Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind
Season 5, episode 3
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Gene Reynolds

With Judy Farrell (Nurse Able), Bobbie Mitchell (Lt. Gage), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow), Tom Sullivan (Tom Straw), Dudley Knight (Maj. Overman).
Hawkeye suffers blindness and severe burns after attempting to light a gas stove which explodes.

October 12, 1976: Lt. Radar O'Reilly
Season 5, episode 4
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Alan Rafkin

With Lynne Marie Stewart (Nurse Baker), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Sandy Kenyon (Sgt. Woodruff).
Radar's sudden promotion to lieutenant stuns everyone in the company except Hawkeye and B.J.

October 19, 1976: The Nurses
Season 5, episode 5
W: Linda Bloodworth-Thomason   D: Joan Darling

With Linda Kelsey (Nurse Baker), Gregory Harrison (Lt. Tony Baker), Mary Jo Catlett (Nurse Walsh), Carol Locatell (Nurse Gaynor), Patricia Sturges (Nurse Preston).
A long-smoldering feud flares up between Hot Lips and the nurses in her command.

October 26, 1976: The Abduction Of Margaret Houlihan
Season 5, episode 6
W: Allan Katz, Don Reo   D: Gene Reynolds

With Lynne Marie Stewart (Nurse Baker), Edward Winter (Col. Flagg), Jun Kim (Korean Woman), Le Quynh (Korean Husband), Johnny Yune (Korean Translator), Susan Bredhoff (Nurse Able).
Hot Lips' disappearance so disturbs Frank Burns that he accidentally shoots B.J. in the leg.

November 9, 1976: Dear Sigmund
Season 5, episode 7
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Jennifer Davis (Nurse), Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Charles Frank (Capt. Hathaway), Bart Braverman (Pvt. Habib), Sal Viscuso (John), J. Andrew Kenny (Patient).
While on vacation at the 4077th, a psychiatrist finds relief in its unique form of sanity.

November 16, 1976: Mulcahy's War
Season 5, episode 8
W: Richard Cogan   D: George Tyne

With Brian Byers (Pvt. Fitzsimmons), Ric Mancini (Sgt. Hodkey), Richard Foronjy (Sergeant).
Father Mulcahy finds himself at a loss for words when a private with an admitted self-inflicted wound won't listen to Mulcahy's counsel because the priest hasn't shared his traumatic experience of front-line duty.

November 23, 1976: The Korean Surgeon
Season 5, episode 9
W: Bill Idelson   D: Gene Reynolds

With Soon-Teck Oh (Dr. Syn Paik), Robert Ito (North Korean), Larry Hama (North Korean).
Frank Burns can't believe it when a wounded North Korean officer describes his own injury and correctly diagnoses the wounds of another patient.

November 30, 1976: Hawkeye Get Your Gun
Season 5, episode 10
W: Jay Folb   D: William Jurgensen

With Mako (Maj. Choi), Richard Doyle (M.P.), Jae Woo Lee (Korean Guard), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Thomas Botosan (Sergeant), Phyllis Katz (Nurse Able), Carmine Scelza (Corpsman).
Col. Potter and Hawkeye respond to a desperate call from an undermanned Korean Army hospital for surgeons and supplies, which means the unmilitary Hawkeye must carry his sidearm into the battle area.

December 7, 1976: The Colonel's Horse
Season 5, episode 11
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Burt Metcalfe

Sudden symptoms of illness in two of its female personnel -- Hot Lips and Col. Potter's favorite mare -- provide cause for concern in the 4077th unit.

December 14, 1976: Exorcism
Season 5, episode 12
W: Jay Folb   D: Alan Alda

With Virginia Ann Lee (Kyong Ja), James Canning (Cpl. Marsh), Philip Ahn (Grandfather).
A mysterious series of happenings in the 4077th compound on Friday the 13th seems to confirm the Korean belief in spirits.

December 21, 1976: Hawk's Nightmare
Season 5, episode 13
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Patricia Stevens (Nurse Baker), Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Sean Roche (Pvt. Burke).
Sleepwalking, nightmares and an imaginary game of basketball are Hawkeye's forms of rest after total exhaustion brought on by long hours of surgery.

January 4, 1977: The Most Unforgettable Characters
Season 5, episode 14
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Burt Metcalfe

Radar's latest desire is to be a writer -- he's taking a correspondence course and runs amok with high-sounding words. Meanwhile, Hawkeye and B.J. play games with Frank Burns, pretending to be angry with one another.

January 11, 1977: 38 Across
Season 5, episode 15
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Dick O'Neill (Admiral Cox), Oliver Clark (Lt. Tippy Brooks), Ron Kohlman (Shapiro), Momo Yashima (Mother), Bill Shinkai (Chinese Patient), Rex Knowles (American Patient), Gwen Farrell (Anesthetist).
Needing help with his crossword puzzle, Hawkeye radios a Navy buddy, only to have the message misinterpreted as an emergency.

January 18, 1977: Ping Pong
Season 5, episode 16
W: Sid Dorfman   D: William Jurgensen

With Roy Goldman (Goldman), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow), Richard Narita (Cho Lin), Sachiko Penny Lee (Soony), Robert Phalen (Blanchard), Frank Maxwell (Col. Becket).
While Col. Potter ponders over an old Army custom, trying to help a buddy earn his retirement with combat duty, Hawkeye and B.J. are tapped for a loan by the company's ping-pong champ, who's going to be married.

January 25, 1977: End Run
Season 5, episode 17
W: John D. Hess   D: Harry Morgan

With James Carroll (Pvt. Kornhaus), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale), Henry Brown (Sgt. Tyler), Peter D. Greene (Medic), Greg Mabrey (Wounded Soldier), Tom Tarpey (Battalion Surgeon).
Surgeons Hawkeye and B.J. find a perplexing psychological problem on their hands -- how to cope with a former college football hero whose wound will end his career.

February 1, 1977: Hanky Panky
Season 5, episode 18
W: Gene Reynolds   D: Gene Reynolds

With Ann Sweeny (Nurse Donovan).
What begins as an innocent attempt to comfort a nurse with marriage troubles becomes something more serious, and B.J. discovers that he has a romantic problem of his own.

February 8, 1977: Hepatitis
Season 5, episode 19
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Barbara James (Anaesthetist).
An outbreak of infectious hepatitis, which fells Father Mulcahy, threatens the entire medical staff of the 4077th.

February 15, 1977: The General's Practitioner
Season 5, episode 20
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Alan Rafkin

With Larry Wilcox (Cpl. Mulligan), Edward Binns (Gen. Korshack), Leonard Stone (Col. Bidwell), Susie Elene (Mae Ping).
In the midst of Hawkeye being considered, much to his distaste, for the position of a general's personal physician, Radar becomes a surrogate father to a Korean woman and her baby, until the baby's GI father returns.

February 22, 1977: Movie Tonight
Season 5, episode 21
W: Gene Reynolds, Don Reo, Allan Katz, Jay Folb   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Judy Farrell (Nurse Able), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow), Jeffrey Kramer (Driver), Carmine Scelza (Corpsman).
With Frank Burns cracking the whip over a GI work party and the mail service having broken down, morale is at a low ebb until Col. Potter announces that his all-time favorite movie, a classic western, will be shown that evening.

March 1, 1977: Souvenirs
Season 5, episode 22
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Joshua Shelley

With Michael Bell (Willie Stratton), Brian Dennehy (M.P. Connors), Scott Mulhern (Andy Cooper).
The American penchant for collecting war souvenirs is exploited by a helicopter pilot, who makes it a business that often leads to injury for the youthful natives gathering his battlefield bric-a-brac, and Hawkeye and B.J. decide to do something about it.

March 8, 1977: Post Op
Season 5, episode 23
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Gene Reynolds

With Hilly Hicks (Cpl. Moody), Andy Romano (Sgt. Justiss), Sal Viscuso (Sgt. McGill), Richard Beauchamp (Cpl. Robello), Alan McRae (Cpl. Nessen), Gary Springer (Pvt. Garvin), Andrew Bloch (Pvt. Gordon), Jack Baker (Pvt. Whitney), Daniel Zippi (Pvt. Corey), Zito Kazzan (Sgt. Attias), Judy Farrell (Nurse Able).
With the 4077th short of blood, the surgical teams handle a wide range of cases in a grueling, 18-hour operating session, then continue treatment in the post-op ward.

March 15, 1977: Margaret's Marriage
Season 5, episode 24
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Gene Reynolds

With Beeson Carroll (Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott), Judy Farrell (Nurse Able), Patricia Stevens (Nurse Baker), Lynne Marie Stewart (Nurse Clark).
It's Hot Lips' wedding day! Her fiancee, Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott, arrives at the 4077th on leave from Tokyo and shocks her by deciding to get married right away.

September 20, 1977: Fade Out, Fade In
Season 6, episode 1
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Hy Averback

With Raymond Singer (Dr. Berman), Tom Stovall (Sergeant), Rick Hurst (Capt. Schaeffer), Robert Symonds (Col. Baldwin), William Flatley (M.P.).
Season premiere. Charles Emerson Winchester, an aristocratic Bostonian, becomes a reluctant member of the 4077th when his predecessor, Maj. Burns, goes AWOL.

September 27, 1977: Fallen Idol
Season 6, episode 2
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Frances Fong (Rosie), Robin Riker (Nurse Perry), Larry Gilman (G.I. #1), Michael Talbott (G.I. #2).
Radar's desire to fulfill his manhood and go on leave to Seoul is encouraged by Hawkeye, but leads to unexpected consequences that very nearly break up their friendship.

October 4, 1977: Last Laugh
Season 6, episode 3
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Don Weis

With John Ashton (M.P.), James Cromwell (Leo Bardonaro), Robert Karnes (General Fox).
A prankster from B.J.'s past shows up -- and the provost marshal checks to see if B.J. is a medical imposter.

October 11, 1977: War Of Nerves
Season 6, episode 4
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Michael O'Keefe (Tom), Peter Riegert (Igor), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
Col. Potter, worried about the nervous tension apparent in the 4077th, asks psychiatrist Sidney Freedman, who shows up at the hospital as one of the wounded, to take an informal look at some of the more uptight cases.

October 18, 1977: The Winchester Tapes
Season 6, episode 5
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Thomas Carter (McLeod), Kimiko Hiroshige (Korean Woman).
Major Winchester, conveying the dreariness and frustration of his new situation at the 4077th hospital in a tape recording to his parents, also offers his candid assessment of some of its principal personalities.

October 25, 1977: The Light That Failed
Season 6, episode 6
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow), Gary Erwin (Cpl. Dobson), Philip Baker Hall (Sgt. Hacker).
An acute shortage of light bulbs causes a crisis in the operating room when the usually meticulous Charles Winchester makes a mistake that almost costs the life of a patient.

November 1, 1977: In Love And War
Season 6, episode 7
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Kieu-Chinh (Kyung Soon), Susan Krebs (Nurse Gleason), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow).
Hawkeye and a well-to-do Korean woman who seeks medical aid for her mother from the 4077th, have a brief bittersweet romance.

November 8, 1977: Change Day
Season 6, episode 8
W: Laurence Marks   D: Don Weis

With Tom Dever (Cpl. Boone), Philip Ahn (Mr. Kim), Glen Ash (Sgt. Maxwell), Peter Riegert (Igor), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
Major Winchester devises a greedy scheme to cash in on the Army's exchange of old military money. Meanwhile, Klinger's inventive new ploy to escape the service surprises even Col. Potter.

November 15, 1977: Images
Season 6, episode 9
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Judy Farrell (Nurse Able), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow), Susan Blanchard (Nurse Cooper), Larry Block (Eddie Hendrix), John Durren (Sgt. Rimmerman), Rebecca Taylor (Nurse Campbell), Carmine Scelza (G.I.).
While a nurse bears the brunt of Hot Lips' wrath for showing her emotions under the stress of surgery, Radar falls in love with tattoos.

November 22, 1977: The M*A*S*H Olympics
Season 6, episode 10
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Don Weis

With Mike Henry (Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott), Michael McManus (Sgt. Ames).
A notable tendency toward midriff flab prompts an angry Col. Potter to demand daily calisthenics and leads to a 4077th Olympics.

November 29, 1977: The Grim Reaper
Season 6, episode 11
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: George Tyne

With Charles Aidman (Col. Bloodworth), Jerry Houser (Danker).
An officer with a cold-blooded knack for predicting casualties prompts a violent reaction from Hawkeye, while Charles suffers embarrassing results from consuming a gourmet feast.

December 6, 1977: Comrades In Arms (1)
Season 6, episode 12
W: Alan Alda   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Johnny Yune (North Korean), James Saito (South Korean).
Hawkeye and Hot Lips see each other in a different light when they find themselves lost in enemy territory.

December 13, 1977: Comrades In Arms (2)
Season 6, episode 13
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Leland Sun (Korean Squad Leader), Douglas Rowe (Aylesworth), Johnny Yune (North Korean), James Saito (South Korean).
With Hawkeye and Hot Lips considered battle casualties, B.J. initiates an unauthorized helicopter search for the pair.

December 20, 1977: The Merchant Of Korea
Season 6, episode 14
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: William Jurgensen

With Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
Charles demonstrates an uncharacteristic streak of generosity when he lends B.J. money to buy his dream lot in California and pays off Hawkeye's bar bill.

January 3, 1978: The Smell Of Music
Season 6, episode 15
W: Jim Fritzell, Everett Greenbaum   D: Stuart Millar

With Richard Lee-Sung (Sang Nu), Jordan Clarke (Saunders), Nancy Steen (Nurse), Lois Foraker (Nurse Denver).
The dissonant notes of Charles' french horn drive Hawkeye and B.J. to distraction, but they conceive a devastating counterattack.

January 10, 1978: Patient 4077
Season 6, episode 16
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Harry Morgan

With Keye Luke (Mr. Shin), Brenda Thompson (Nurse Campbell), Harry Gold (Cohen), Patricia Stevens (Nurse Baker), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
The unit's surgeons invent a vascular clamp to stop arterial bleeding, and recover Hot Lips' wedding ring.

January 17, 1978: Tea And Empathy
Season 6, episode 17
W: Bill Idelson   D: Don Weis

With Bernard Fox (Maj. Ross), Neil Thompson (Johnson), Sal Viscuso (Cpl. Bryant), Neil Hunt (Enright), Chris Mulkey (Soldier), Chris Winfield (Whitefield), Jay Pirelli (Michaels).
Members of the 4077th wrestle with two major problems, the offbeat customs of Britain's Gloucester Regiment and a sudden shortage of penicillin.

January 24, 1978: Your Hit Parade
Season 6, episode 18
W: Ronny Graham   D: George Tyne

With Ronny Graham (Sgt. Gribble), Bill Kux (Patient), Ken Michelman (Harker), Patricia Stevens (Nurse Baker), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
Radar's impersonation of a disc jockey, with old record favorites and accompanying patter piped over the loudspeaker system, boosts morale at a time when an all-out Chinese offensive sends a glut of patients pouring in.

January 30, 1978: What's Up, Doc?
Season 6, episode 19
W: Larry Balmagia   D: George Tyne

With Charles Frank (Lt. Martinson), Lois Foraker (Nurse Bell), Kurt Andon (Sgt. Whitkow), Phyllis Katz (Nurse).
Radar doesn't want to give up his pet rabbit for Hot Lips' pregnancy test.

February 6, 1978: Mail Call Three
Season 6, episode 20
W: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Oliver Clark (Capt. Ben Pierce), Jack Grapes (Kelsey), Carmine Scelza (Corpsman).
Long-awaited mail from home brings with it varying problems for B.J., Radar, Hot Lips and Klinger.

February 13, 1978: Temporary Duty
Season 6, episode 21
W: Larry Balmagia   D: Burt Metcalfe

With George Lindsey (Capt. Dupree), Marcia Rodd (Nurse Anderson), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow).
Hawkeye's absence on temporary duty with another MASH unit sounds like a happy repreive to Charles, until he sees his replacement.

February 20, 1978: Potter's Retirement
Season 6, episode 22
W: Laurence Marks   D: William Jurgensen

With George Wyner (Cpl./Lt. Benson), Peter Hobbs (Gen. Waldo Kent), Kenneth White (Cpl. Denning), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
Col. Potter is stunned to learn that the unit has received unfavorable performance reports -- from someone within the unit.

February 27, 1978: Dr. Winchester And Mr. Hyde
Season 6, episode 23
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs, Ronny Graham   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Chris Murney (Remy), Joe Tornatore (Sgt. Solita), Ron Max (Grich), Rod Gist (Chalk).
Charles discovers a cure for his rundown routine, and Radar matches his mouse in a race with a rodent from the Marine corps.

March 27, 1978: Major Topper
Season 6, episode 24
W: Allyn Freeman   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Hamilton Camp (Cpl. 'Boots' Miller), Andrew Bloch (Saxton), Donald Blackwell (Graham), Peter Zapp (Rifkin), Paul Linke (Collins), John Kirby (Duncan), Michael Mann (Sgt. Glassberg).
When Charles manages to top Col. Potter's ingenious remedy for a morphine shortage, Hawkeye and B.J. have had it with his brand of one-upsmanship. Meanwhile, Klinger discovers a corporal whose bizarre behavior threatens to outdo his own.

September 18, 1978: Commander Pierce
Season 7, episode 1
W: Ronny Graham   D: Burt Metcalfe

With James Carroll (Webster), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow), Jan Jorden (Nurse Baker), Andrew Masset (Hough).
Season premiere. Hawkeye undergoes a drastic change when he becomes the temporary commander of the 4077th and learns the bureaucracy and accompanying headaches that Colonel Potter deals with daily.

September 25, 1978: Peace On Us
Season 7, episode 2
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: George Tyne

With Kevin Hagen (Maj. Dean Goss), Hugh Gillin (Gen. Tomlin), Rollin Moriyama (Korean Delegate).
Hawkeye becomes so disgusted with the stalled Panmunjom peace talks that he impulsively takes matters into his own hands.

October 2, 1978: Lil
Season 7, episode 3
W: Dominick Palmer Jr., Sheldon Bull   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Carmen Matthews (Col. Lillian Rayburn).
Radar believes Col. Potter's friendship with an Army nurse to be more than just platonic.

October 9, 1978: Our Finest Hour
Season 7, episode 4
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs, Larry Balmagia, Ronny Graham   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Clete Roberts (Himself).
Newscaster Clete Roberts, reprising an earlier interview appearance, returns to update Korean War conditions by conducting a series of television talks with members of the 4077th.

October 16, 1978: The Billfold Syndrome
Season 7, episode 5
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Alan Alda

With Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Kevin Geer (Sgt. Nielson).
Charles becomes so irate over a turndown for a future medical position at home that he refuses to talk to anyone in the unit, providing Hawkeye and B.J. with more ammunition in their needling relationship with him.

October 23, 1978: None Like It Hot
Season 7, episode 6
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs, Johnny Bonaduce   D: Tony Mordente

With Ted Gehring (Sgt. Rhoden), Mic Rodgers (Private), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Jan Jorden (Nurse Baker), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
The oppressive Korean heat gets to everyone, especially Klinger, who responds to the conditions with one of his most ingenious schemes to effect a discharge. Meanwhile, Hawkeye and B.J. are secretly gloating over their newly-arrived remedy for the weather, until they realize that if word gets out it could spoil their fun.

October 30, 1978: They Call The Wind Korea
Season 7, episode 7
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Paul Cavonis (Sgt. Cutrifiotis), Randy Stumpf (Greek Soldier), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow), Tom Dever (M.P.).
The threat of a strong windstorm causes chaos in the 4077th unit.

November 6, 1978: Major Ego
Season 7, episode 8
W: Larry Balmagia   D: Alan Alda

With Greg Mullavey (Capt. Greenleigh), David Dean (Pvt. Sutton), Phyllis Katz (Triage Nurse), Patricia Stevens (Nurse Baker), Roy Goldman (Roy).
Charles becomes even more insufferable after a reporter arrives at the 4077th to publicize his medical prowess.

November 13, 1978: Baby, It's Cold Outside
Season 7, episode 9
W: Gary David Goldberg   D: George Tyne

With Jan Jorden (Nurse Baker), Terry Wills (Driver), Teck Murdock (Patient), David Cramer (Patient).
In the middle of a record cold snap, Charles receives an expensive polar suit from his parents.

November 20, 1978: Point Of View
Season 7, episode 10
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Jan Jorden (Nurse Baker), Brad Gorman (Russell), Marc Baxley (Sergeant), Edward Gallardo (Medic), Hank Ross (Ferguson), David Stafford (Pvt. Rich), Paul Tuerpe (Medic).
In this unique episode, the camera becomes the eyes of a young wounded soldier. It records his responses to being wounded, flown to the 4077th, examined, operated on, and treated in post-op.

November 27, 1978: Dear Comrade
Season 7, episode 11
W: Tom Reeder   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Sab Shimono (Kwang), Larry Block (Cimoli), Robert Clotworthy (Pvt. Welch), Todd Davis (Latimer), David Dozer (Groves), James Saito (Korean Soldier), Laurie Bates (Nurse).
The real reason for the employment of a servant by Charles is discovered by Hawkeye and B.J.

December 4, 1978: Out Of Gas
Season 7, episode 12
W: Tom Reeder   D: Mel Damski

With Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale), Byron Chung (Myung), Justin Lord (Harkness), George Claiborne (Phelan).
Col. Potter discovers that the 4077th's supply of a vital anesthetic has fallen victim to Sgt. Zale's barter system.

December 11, 1978: An Eye For A Tooth
Season 7, episode 13
W: Ronny Graham   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Peter Palmer (Capt. Hill).
Father Mulcahy takes being passed over for promotion philosophically until he hears of the rapid advancement of a helicopter pilot.

December 18, 1978: Dear Sis
Season 7, episode 14
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Lawrason Driscoll (Lt. Forrester), Patrick Driscoll (Patient), Perron Page (Driver), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Jo Ann Thompson (Nurse Jo Ann).
While Klinger has his heart set on a Hungarian hot dog straight from Toledo, Father Mulcahy feels depressed about his vocation.

January 1, 1979: B.J. Papa San
Season 7, episode 15
W: Larry Balmagia   D: James Sheldon

With Dick O'Neill (Gen. Prescott), Mariel Aragon (Kim), Chao Li Chi (Father), Stephen Keep Mills (General's Aide), Shizuko Hoshi (Mother), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
B.J. almost becomes a surrogate father to a Korean family when the young daughter seeks help for her father, but gets so wrapped up in the family's care that his medical efficiency begins to suffer.

January 8, 1979: Inga
Season 7, episode 16
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Mariette Hartley (Dr. Inga Helversen), Phyllis Katz (Nurse), Mark Favara (Patient).
Hawkeye is attracted to a Swedish doctor until she upstages him in the operating room.

January 15, 1979: The Price
Season 7, episode 17
W: Erik Tarloff   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Miko Mayama (Sun), Yuki Shimoda (Cho Pak), Ken Mochizuki (Ham), Dennis Sakamoto (R.O.K. Officer), Leich Kim (R.O.K. Soldier), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale).
The colonel's mare disappears, and Hawkeye and B.J. harbor a Korean teenager trying to avoid military duty.

January 22, 1979: The Young And The Restless
Season 7, episode 18
W: Mitch Markowitz   D: William Jurgensen

With James Canning (Capt. Simmons).
Col. Potter reacts in a strange way to the 4077th doctors' fear that they are out of touch with new medical practices.

January 29, 1979: Hot Lips Is Back In Town
Season 7, episode 19
W: Larry Balmagia, Bernard Dilbert   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Walter Brooke (Gen. Weiskopf), Peggy Lee Brennan (Lt. Linda Nugent), Jan Jorden (Nurse Baker), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow).
Radar falls madly in love with a new nurse at the hospital, and Hot Lips celebrates her divorce.

February 5, 1979: C*A*V*E
Season 7, episode 20
W: Larry Balmagia, Ronny Graham   D: William Jurgensen

With Basil Hoffman (Maj. Bartruff), Charles Jenkins (Pvt. Lovett), Mark Taylor (O'Malley), Enid Kent (Nurse Bigelow).
The 4077th evacuates to a nearby cave to avoid U.S. artillery fire.

February 14, 1979: Rally Round The Flagg, Boys
Season 7, episode 21
W: Mitch Markowitz   D: Harry Morgan

With Jerry Fujikawa (Hung Pak), James Carroll (M.P.), Edward Winter (Col. Flagg), Roy Goldman (Goldman), Neil Thompson (Cpl. Basgall), Bob Okazaki (Doo Pak).
The sinister Colonel Flagg and Charles try to prove that Hawkeye is a communist sympathizer.

February 19, 1979: Preventive Medicine
Season 7, episode 22
W: Tom Reeder   D: Tony Mordente

With James Wainwright (Col. Lacy), Larry Jenkins (Pvt. North), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
Hawkeye decides to do something about the unusually high battallion casualties of a gung-ho officer.

February 26, 1979: A Night At Rosie's
Season 7, episode 23
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Richard Lee-Sung (Ham Kim), Eileen Saki (Rosie), Jim Burk (M.P.), Keye Luke (Cho Kim), Joshua Bryant (Sgt. Scully), Joe Di Reda (Maj. Dorsett).
A typical day in the life of Rosie's bar, complete with AWOL problem drinkers, a bound and gagged Winchester, and a gambling scheme.

March 5, 1979: Ain't Love Grand
Season 7, episode 24
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Mike Farrell

With Judy Farrell (Nurse Able), Eileen Saki (Rosie), Kit McDonough (Lt. Debbie Clarke), Sylvia Cjang (Sooni).
Charles and Klinger share an emotional experience while drowning their sorrows at Rosie's bar.

March 12, 1979: The Party
Season 7, episode 25
W: Burt Metcalfe, Alan Alda   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Burt Metcalfe (Driver).
B.J. carries plans for a postwar reunion one step further and promotes a present-day, stateside gathering of 4077th families.

September 17, 1979: Too Many Cooks
Season 8, episode 1
W: Dennis Koenig   D: Charles S. Dubin

With John Randolph (Gen. Haggerty), Ed Begley Jr. (Pvt. Conway).
Season premiere. A clumsy foot soldier brings an unexpected boost of morale to the war-weary staff of the 4077th.

September 24, 1979: Are You Now, Margaret?
Season 8, episode 2
W: Thad Mumford, Dan Wilcox   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Leland Sun (Chinese Patient), Lawrence Pressman (R. Theodore Williamson), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
The staff of the 4077th are outraged when they discover the real reason behind a congressional aide's fact-finding visit.

October 1, 1979: Guerilla My Dreams
Season 8, episode 3
W: Bob Colleary   D: Alan Alda

With Mako (Lt. Park), Joshua Bryant (Sgt. Scully), Huanani Minn (Guerrilla Woman), Connie Izay (Nurse Connie).
Hawkeye clashes with a determined foreign officer over the medical treatment of a wounded Korean woman whom the officer is anxious to interrogate.

October 8, 1979: Good-Bye Radar (1)
Season 8, episode 4
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Marilyn Jones (Lt. Patty Haven), Michael O'Dwyer (Olsen), Tony Christino (Sgt LaGrow), Arell Blanton (Pvt. Hough), Sean Fallon Walsh (Forster), Jon St. Elwood (Pvt. Reuss), Richard Lee-Sung (Driver).
Radar's return from leave to the crisis stricken 4077th is cut short by outside events.

October 15, 1979: Good-Bye Radar (2)
Season 8, episode 5
W: Ken Levine, David Isaacs   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Lee De Broux (Maj. Van Kirk), Whitney Rydbeck (Sgt. McKee), David Dozer (Dispatcher).
Radar reluctantly prepares to leave the 4077th as the operating room continues to fill with wounded soldiers during a power outage.

October 22, 1979: Period Of Adjustment
Season 8, episode 6
W: Jim Mulligan, John Rappaport   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Gwen Farrell (Nurse Able), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Eileen Saki (Rosie), Jan Jorden (Nurse Baker).
Radar's departure brings on pangs of homesickness to B.J., and complaints of inefficiency to Klinger, the new company clerk.

October 29, 1979: Nurse Doctor
Season 8, episode 7
W: Sy Rosen, Thad Mumford, Dan Wilcox   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Alexandra Stoddart (Lt. Gail Harris), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
A career-minded young nurse with plans to become a full-fledged doctor has a major misunderstanding with Father Mulcahy.

November 5, 1979: Private Finance
Season 8, episode 8
W: Dennis Koenig   D: Charles S. Dubin

With James Emery (Soldier), Mark Harrison (Soldier), Shizuko Hoshi (Mrs. Li), Denice Kumagai (Oksun Li), Mark Kologi (Cpl. Hastings), Joey DePinto (Crosetti), Philip Simms (Vitello), Art Evans (Dolan).
A South Korean woman misinterprets Klinger's offer of financial aid to her daughter and declares war on him.

November 12, 1979: Mr. And Mrs. Who?
Season 8, episode 9
W: Ronny Graham   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Claudette Nevins (Donna Marie Parker), James Keane (Cpl. Shaw).
Charles returns from a wild binge in Tokyo, positive that he had a great time but unsure of what he did.

November 19, 1979: The Yalu Brick Road
Season 8, episode 10
W: Mike Farrell   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Soon-Teck Oh (Ralph), Byron Chung (North Korean Patrol Leader), Roy Goldman (Goldman), Bob Okazaki (Farmer), G.W. Bailey (Sgt. Rizzo), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
While rushing urgently needed antibiotics to the 4077th, Hawkeye and B.J. get lost in enemy territory.

November 26, 1979: Life Time
Season 8, episode 11
W: Alan Alda, Walter D. Dishell   D: Alan Alda

With Kevin Brophy (Roberts), J.J. Johnston (Pilot), Jo Ann Thompson (Nurse Jo Ann), Jeff Maxwell (Igor).
The doctors learn they have 20 minutes to perform major surgery on a severely wounded soldier who is facing permanent paralysis or death.

December 3, 1979: Dear Uncle Abdul
Season 8, episode 12
W: John Rappaport, Jim Mulligan   D: William Jurgensen

With Richard Lineback (Eddie), Alexander Petale (Cpl. Fleming), Kelly Ward (Dave).
Klinger discovers, to his dismay, that his duties include catering to the whims of the 4077th's eccentric officers.

December 10, 1979: Captain's Outrageous
Season 8, episode 13
W: Thad Mumford, Dan Wilcox   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Jo Ann Thompson (Nurse Jo Ann), Eileen Saki (Rosie), G.W. Bailey (G.I.), Paul Cavonis (Greek), Sirri Murad (Turk), John Orchard (M.P. Muldoon), Momo Yashima (Suni).
When a brawl at Rosie's bar puts Rosie in the hospital, the 4077th's doctors are pressed into temporary service as saloon keepers.

December 17, 1979: Stars And Stripes
Season 8, episode 14
W: Dennis Koenig   D: Harry Morgan

With Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Joshua Bryant (Pvt. Jack Scully).
B.J. and Winchester come to blows when they are asked to jointly write a report on a daring operation they performed.

December 31, 1979: Yessir, That's Our Baby
Season 8, episode 15
W: Jim Mulligan   D: Alan Alda

With Howard Platt (Maj. Spector), William Bogert (Roger Prescott), Yuki Shimoda (Chung Ho Kim), Elizabeth Farley (Louise Harper).
The members of the 4077th try to find a suitable home for an abandoned baby born to a Korean woman and American soldier.

January 7, 1980: Bottle Fatigue
Season 8, episode 16
W: Thad Mumford, Dan Wilcox   D: Burt Metcalfe

With Shari Saba (Nurse), Jeff Maxwell (Igor), Roy Goldman (Goldman), Shelley Long (Lt. Mendenhall), David Hirokane (Korean Soldier).
Horrified by the gigantic size of his monthly bar tab at the officer's club, Hawkeye vows to give up booze for a week. Meanwhile, Winchester desperately tries to halt his sister's impending marriage to a man he considers unworthy of the Winchester heritage.

January 14, 1980: Heal Thyself
Season 8, episode 17
W: Dennis Koenig   D: Mike Farrell

With Roy Goldman (Goldman), Gwen Farrell (Nurse), Edward Herrmann (Dr. Newsome).
Colonel Potter catches the mumps, and his condition is worsened when Winchester gets the same disease and has to be quarantined with him. A temporary replacement surgeon is brought into the 4077th and seems to be a gem in terms of both personality and ability.

January 21, 1980: Old Soldiers
Season 8, episode 18
W: Dennis Koenig   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Jane Connell (Betty Halpern), Sally Imamura (Korean Girl), Jason Autajay (Korean Boy).
Hawkeye is appointed temporary commander of the 4077th when Col. Potter rushes off to Tokyo on a mysterious mission. While in command, Hawkeye's main problem is housing a large group of Korean refugees comprised mainly of rambunctious children who need medical care.

January 28, 1980: Morale Victory
Season 8, episode 19
W: John Rappaport   D: Charles S. Dubin

With G.W. Bailey (Rizzo), James Stephens (Pvt. Sheridan), Connie Izay (Nurse).
Tired of their constant complaints about the quality of recreational activities at the 4077th, Col. Potter appoints Hawkeye and B.J. as the new morale officers. Winchester's morale has already reached a new peak: he's ecstatic about his operation on a wounded soldier which saved the boy's leg, leaving only "negligible" side effects.

February 4, 1980: Lend A Hand
Season 8, episode 20
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Shari Saba (Nurse), Robert Alda (Dr. Anthony Borelli), Antony Alda (Jarvis), Darren Kelly (Sergeant Herbert).
Irritated that the 4077th is planning a "surprise" party for him, Hawkeye volunteers to go to the aid of a wounded surgeon at the front. An additional irritant to Hawkeye is the arrival of Dr. Borelli, a wisecracking medical advisor with whom he habitually disagrees.

February 11, 1980: Goodbye, Cruel World
Season 8, episode 21
W: Thad Mumford, Dan Wilcox   D: Charles S. Dubin

With James Lough (Courier), Allan Arbus (Sidney Freedman), Philip Bruns (Colonel Hedley), David Cramer (Aide), Clyde Kusatsu (Michael Yee).
Klinger redecorates his quarters, but the resultant ridicule he receives drives him to new heights in his efforts to get out of the Army. Meanwhile, the doctors are perplexed by the reaction of an Asian-American war hero who tries to kill himself when he's told that he will be going home. Sidney Freedman is called in to assist.

February 18, 1980: Dreams
Season 8, episode 22
W: Alan Alda   D: Alan Alda

With Dennis Troy (Orderley), Ford Rainey (General Coogan), Robin Haynes (Taylor), Fred Stuthman (Professor), Richard Waln (Lt. Garvey), Catherine Bergstrom (Peg Hunnicutt), Kurtis Sanders (Young Sherman Potter), Ray Lynch (Bridegroom), Connie Izay (Nurse Connie).
The 4077th can't escape the Korean War, even in its dreams. Exhausted after two days without sleep, members of the 4077th steal away for catnaps and experience dreams that reveal their fears, yearnings and frustrations.

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