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A Slice of America: M*A*S*H

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THE FILM

People who added this item 869 Average listal rating (524 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.6
M*A*S*H (1970)
M*A*S*H
Directed by: Robert Altman
Written by: Richard Hooker & Ring Lardner Jr.
I saw Alan Alda in the role of Hawkeye before seeing the film, and really didn't warm to Donald Sutherland at all. That said, the first half of the film was enjoyable, but then it seemed to lose its way, becoming almost farcical. The shower scene seemed very cruel, and then the football game seemed to suggest that Margaret was nothing more than an airhead, which is far from the truth. Unlikeable yes (perhaps more in the series), a tart perhaps (again perhaps more from the series), but a bimbo she isn't.

I'm not sure I'd have bothered with the series if I'd have seen this first. The one nice thing was learning what a couple of things related to: the theme tune and where the name 'Hotlips' came from. It only gets a three from me because it was saved somewhat by the first half. Perhaps my view is tainted by catching it in the wrong order, but this one wasn't really for me, perhaps I just prefer the human side that is more in focus in the television series.
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THE SERIES

People who added this item 664 Average listal rating (501 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 8.4
M*A*S*H (1972)
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SEASON ONE

(1972-1973)
24 episodes - Season Score: 154
Episode Average: 6.42 - Perfect 10's: 0

S1E1
Pilot
Originally broadcast: 17 September 1972
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Larry Gelbart
Hawkeye and Trapper raise money to cover tuition fees for Ho-Jon by arranging a raffle, the prize being a weekend away with a gorgeous nurse.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 5


S1E2
To Market, to Market
Originally broadcast: 24 September 1972
Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy
Written by: Burt Styler
Hawkeye and Trapper have to find a way to get fresh medical supplies to replace those hijacked for the black market, and Henry holds the key to their success.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S1E3
Requiem for a Lightweight
Originally broadcast: 1 October 1972
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Robert Klane
Trapper takes to the ring in an attempt to halt the transfer of Margie Cutler.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 5


S1E4
Chief Surgeon Who?
Originally broadcast: 8 October 1972
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer
Written by: Larry Gelbart
Major Burns asks General Barker to inspect the state of the camp after Hawkeye is appointed chief surgeon.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S1E5
The Moose
Originally broadcast: 15 October 1972
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Laurence Marks
Hawkeye tries to free a young Korean girl who has been bought from her family for $500, and now works as a 'moose' for a soldier passing through camp.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S1E6
Yankee Doodle Doctor
Originally broadcast: 22 October 1972
Directed by: Lee Philips
Written by: Laurence Marks
After realising that a documentary film being made on camp is merely propaganda, Hawkeye and Trapper make their own version.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 9


S1E7
Bananas, Crackers and Nuts
Originally broadcast: 5 November 1972
Directed by: Bruce Bilson
Written by: Burt Styler
Frank Burns is left in temporary charge, and the only hope of some R&R is for Hawkeye to feign insanity in an attempt to obtain passes for himself and Trapper.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S1E8
Cowboy
Originally broadcast: 12 November 1972
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Robert Klane
After refusing to send a wounded man with marriage problems home, Henry appears to experience a scary run of bad luck.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 5


S1E9
Henry, Please Come Home
Originally broadcast: 19 November 1972
Directed by: William Wiard
Written by: Laurence Marks
After Henry is reassigned to Tokyo, Hawkeye and Trapper try to get him back to free the camp from the tyrannical leadership of Frank Burns.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S1E10
I Hate A Mystery
Originally broadcast: 26 November 1972
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Hal Dresner
When a crimewave hits camp, all points to Hawkeye as the culprit, now he must find out who's really responsible.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S1E11
Germ Warfare
Originally broadcast: 10 December 1972
Directed by: Terry Becker
Written by: Larry Gelbart
When Hawkeye and Trapper steal some of Frank's blood while he's sleeping to treat a POW, they soon discover that he may be a hazard to the patients.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S1E12
Dear Dad
Originally broadcast: 17 December 1972
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Larry Gelbart
It's Christmas in camp (and very possibly in Vermont too), and Hawkeye is writing a letter home.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S1E13
Edwina
Originally broadcast: 24 December 1972
Directed by: James Sheldon
Written by: Hal Dresner
Hawkeye draws the short straw and has to go on a date with a pretty but very clumsy nurse.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S1E14
Love Story
Originally broadcast: 7 January 1973
Directed by: Earl Bellamy
Written by: Laurence Marks
A heartbroken Radar takes a shine to a new nurse in camp, only to find that she is considerably better read than he is.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S1E15
Tuttle
Originally broadcast: 14 January 1973
Directed by: William Wiard
Written by: Bruce Shelly & David Ketchum
A mysterious yet generous new captain brings confusion and jealousy to the camp.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S1E16
The Ringbanger
Originally broadcast: 21 January 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Jerry Mayer
When Hawkeye and Trapper discover that a recovering colonel (Leslie Nielsen) has a high casualty record, they plot to prevent him from returning to the field.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 4


S1E17
Sometimes You Hear the Bullet
Originally broadcast: 28 January 1973
Directed by: William Wiard
Written by: Carl Kleinschmitt
Hawkeye's plans for a bit of one-on-one with one of the nurses are ruined by a series of interruptions, which include an old school friend and an underage enlistee (Ron Howard).
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S1E18
Dear Dad...Again
Originally broadcast: 4 February 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Sheldon Keller & Larry Gelbart
Hawkeye writes home again, Radar tries for his high school diploma, Frank gets drunk, and a doctor on camp isn't what he claims to be.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 5


S1E19
The Long-John Flap
Originally broadcast: 18 February 1973
Directed by: William Wiard
Written by: Alan Alda
Hawkeye sees the long-johns sent to him by his father find their way around the camp.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S1E20
The Army-Navy Game
Originally broadcast: 25 February 1973
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Sid Dorfman & McLean Stevenson
An unexploded bomb lands in camp as everyone is tuned into the Army-Navy football game, and nobody knows where it came from.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S1E21
Sticky Wicket
Originally broadcast: 4 March 1973
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Laurence Marks, Larry Gelbart & Richard Baer
When a patient he operates on doesn't get any better, Hawkeye searches for the reason why.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S1E22
Major Fred C. Dobbs
Originally broadcast: 11 March 1973
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Sid Dorfman
Hawkeye and Trapper have to persuade Frank to stay when he finally snaps and requests a transfer, quickly followed by Margaret.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 5


S1E23
Ceasefire
Originally broadcast: 18 March 1973
Directed by: Earl Bellamy
Written by: Laurence Marks,  Larry Gelbart & Robert Klane
When news of a ceasefire reaches camp, there is much celebration.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 5


S1E24
Showtime
Originally broadcast: 25 March 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Robert Klane & Larry Gelbart
Henry receives news of a new son, Frank turns the tables on Hawkeye with a series of practical jokes, and the camp are entertained by a USO troupe.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 4
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SEASON TWO

(1973-1974)
24 episodes - Season Score: 159
Episode Average: 6.63 - Perfect 10's: 0

S2E1
Divided We Stand
Originally broadcast: 15 September 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Larry Gelbart
General Clayton sends a psychiatrist into camp to determine whether the 4077th should be disbanded.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E2
5 O'Clock Charlie
Originally broadcast: 22 September 1973
Directed by: Norman Tokar
Written by: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks & Keith Walker
When a hapless Korean pilot targets the camp ammo dump on a daily basis, an anti-aircraft gun is brought in.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S2E3
Radar's Report
Originally broadcast: 29 September 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Laurence Marks & Sheldon Keller
Radar writes his report, which includes Hawkeye's latest romance, a POW lashing out in the OR, and a psychiatric analysis of Klinger.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S2E4
For the Good of the Outfit
Originally broadcast: 6 October 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Jerry Mayer
Hawkeye and Trapper demand action when 'friendly' shrapnel is removed from the wounds of local townsfolk
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S2E5
Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde
Originally broadcast: 13 October 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Alan Alda & Robert Klane
After 72 hours without sleep, and too long in the OR, Hawkeye wants answers about the war.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S2E6
Kim
Originally broadcast: 20 October 1973
Directed by: William Wiard
Written by: Marc Mandel, Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
The camp fall for a young Korean boy believed to be an orphan, but none fall harder than Trapper.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S2E7
L.I.P. (Local Indigenous Personnel)
Originally broadcast: 27 October 1973
Directed by: William Wiard
Written by: Carl Kleinschmitt, Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
Hawkeye is called upon for help by a young GI hoping to marry his Korean sweetheart, the mother of his child.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E8
The Trial of Henry Blake
Originally broadcast: 3 November 1973
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: McLean Stevenson
Complaints made by Burns and Houlihan mean that Henry finds himself on trial, for amongst other things... gurney racing.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S2E9
Dear Dad... Three
Originally broadcast: 10 November 1973
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
Hawkeye tells his father about a bigoted soldier, a live grenade, and Henry's message from home.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S2E10
The Sniper
Originally broadcast: 17 November 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Richard M. Powell
A lone sniper brings terror to the camp.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S2E11
Carry On, Hawkeye
Originally broadcast: 24 November 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Bernard Dilbert, Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
Hawkeye and Margaret keep things running on camp when a flu epidemic takes hold.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S2E12
The Incubator
Originally broadcast: 1 December 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
In an effort to eliminate the 72-hour wait on tests sent to Tokyo, Hawkeye and Trapper set about trying to get their hands on an incubator.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E13
Deal Me Out
Originally broadcast: 8 December 1973
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
Sidney Freedman and Captain Sam Pak (Pat Morita) join the weekly poker game, only for it be continually interrupted. A soldier (John Ritter) takes Frank hostage in the showers.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


A Loretta Swit Favourite Episode
S2E14
Hot Lips and Empty Arms
Originally broadcast: 15 December 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Linda Bloodworth & Mary Kay Place
Margaret requests a transfer before getting very drunk.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E15
Officers Only
Originally broadcast: 22 December 1973
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Ed Jurist
A grateful general rewards Hawkeye and Trapper with three days in Tokyo, and the rest of camp with a brand new Officers Club.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E16
Henry in Love
Originally broadcast: 5 January 1974
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
After falling for a girl more than half his age, Henry arranges for her to visit the 4077th.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E17
For Want of a Boot
Originally broadcast: 12 January 1974
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Sheldon Keller
Everybody needs something, and it's down to Hawkeye to make sure that they get it if he's to get what he needs.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S2E18
Operation Noselift
Originally broadcast: 19 January 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Paul Richards & Erik Tarloff
Hawkeye and Trapper work to fix the reason for a young private's attempts to go AWOL.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E19
The Chosen People
Originally broadcast: 26 January 1974
Directed by: Jackie Cooper
Written by: Laurence Marks, Sheldon Keller, Larry Gelbart, Gerry Renert & Jeff Wilhelm
Radar discovers he may be a father, and ownership of the camp is put into question.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E20
As You Were
Originally broadcast: 2 February 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Larry Gelbart, Laurence Marks & Gene Reynolds
During a quiet spell, Frank asks two gorillas to operate on him.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E21
Crisis
Originally broadcast: 9 February 1974
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
The cold weather and a supply shortage mean that the camp find themselves being pulled together.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E22
George
Originally broadcast: 16 February 1974
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: John W. Regier & Gary Markowitz
Frank tries to arrange for a young private to be dishonourably discharged when he discovers that he was beaten up for being homosexual.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E23
Mail Call
Originally broadcast: 23 February 1974
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
Frank gets news of his investments coming good, so Hawkeye and Trapper decide to put his greed to the test.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S2E24
A Smattering of Intelligence
Originally broadcast: 2 March 1974
Directed by: Larry Gelbart
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
Two intelligence agents appear in camp and cause confusion aplenty.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 4
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SEASON THREE

(1974-1975)
24 episodes - Season Score: 167
Episode Average: 6.96 - Perfect 10's: 2

A Harry Morgan Favourite Episode
S3E1
The General Flipped at Dawn
Originally broadcast: 10 September 1974
Directed by: Larry Gelbart
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
General Steele (Harry Morgan) arrives to inspect camp, but it soon becomes clear that the general isn't firing on all cylinders.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S3E2
Rainbow Bridge
Originally broadcast: 17 September 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
A Chinese officer (Mako) asks for nine wounded American P.O.W's to be picked up from deep inside enemy territory, but there are conditions.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


A Jamie Farr Favourite Episode
S3E3
Officer of the Day
Originally broadcast: 24 September 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Laurence Marks
Frank takes temporary charge, Hawkeye refuses to carry a gun, and a wounded Korean prisoner is brought in to be fixed up ahead of his execution in Seoul.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S3E4
Iron Guts Kelly
Originally broadcast: 1 October 1974
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Sid Dorfman
When a general dies while being entertained by Houlihan, his aide tries to find a way to give him a more glorious death.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E5
O.R.
Originally broadcast: 8 October 1974
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Laurence Marks
Hawkeye takes extreme steps in an effort to save a patient, and Frank makes a potentially major error of judgement during a long stressful session in the O.R.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S3E6
Springtime
Originally broadcast: 15 October 1974
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Linda Bloodworth & Mary Kay Place
Radar falls for a nurse, there's a cat in post-op, and Klinger gets married long distance.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E7
Check-Up
Originally broadcast: 22 October 1974
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Laurence Marks
The camp have to undergo medical check-ups, and Trapper might just have his ticket home.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S3E8
Life With Father
Originally broadcast: 29 October 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
The camp do their best to conduct a Jewish ceremony, while Henry worries that his wife is cheating on him.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E9
Alcoholics Unanimous
Originally broadcast: 12 November 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
Burns takes temporary command and attempts to bring order to the camp, starting with a ban on booze.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S3E10
There is Nothing Like a Nurse
Originally broadcast: 19 November 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Larry Gelbart
The nurses of the 4077th are moved to another camp when an enemy attack is expected.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E11
Adam's Ribs
Originally broadcast: 26 November 1974
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Laurence Marks
After Hawkeye protests about the same food every day, and suddenly develops a yearning for a taste of Chicago.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S3E12
A Full Rich Day
Originally broadcast: 3 December 1974
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: John D. Hess
Hawkeye records a message to his dad telling of a crazy day at the 4077th, that occurred in a variety of languages.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S3E13
Mad Dogs and Servicemen
Originally broadcast: 10 December 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Linda Bloodworth & Mary Kay Place
Radar gets bitten by a dog, and a paralysed patient with no apparent injuries is brought in.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S3E14
Private Charles Lamb
Originally broadcast: 31 December 1974
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Sid Dorfman
When injured Greek soldiers are arrive, a colonel arranges a feast for the Easter celebrations... and everyone is invited.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S3E15
Bombed
Originally broadcast: 7 January 1975
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Trapper gets up close to Houlihan when the camp gets shelled.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E16
Bulletin Board
Originally broadcast: 14 January 1975
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner
Trapper writes to his daughter about how the cold affects the injuries they see, and the camp then enjoy a break from things by holding a benefit picnic for a local orphanage.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E17
The Consultant
Originally broadcast: 21 January 1975
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Robert Klane & Larry Gelbart
Hawkeye and Trapper meet a veteran doctor (Robert Alda) in Tokyo, who then arrives at the 4077th to get back into the action.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S3E18
House Arrest
Originally broadcast: 4 February 1975
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Hawkeye is placed under house arrest for punching Frank, and a colonel (Mary Wickes) is on camp to inspect the nurses.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E19
Aid Station
Originally broadcast: 11 February 1975
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner
When a surgeon is killed at the frontline, a team must go out to replace him.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S3E20
Love and Marriage
Originally broadcast: 18 February 1975
Directed by: Lee Philips
Written by: Arthur Julian
A Korean draftee wants to go home to see his wife, while an American GI wants to marry a Korean woman.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


A Jamie Farr Favourite Episode
S3E21
Big Mac
Originally broadcast: 25 February 1975
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Laurence Marks
The 4077th prepare for a visit from General Douglas MacArthur.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E22
Payday
Originally broadcast: 4 March 1975
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: John W. Regier & Gary Markowitz
A clerical error causes problems when it's Hawkeye's turn to be payroll officer, and Frank invests his pay in two strings of pearls.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S3E23
White Gold
Originally broadcast: 11 March 1975
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner
When there's a break-in for much valued penicillin, Colonel Flagg arrives at the 4077th.
Onion Jack 1 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 3


S3E24
Abyssinia, Henry
Originally broadcast: 18 March 1975
Directed by: Larry Gelbart
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
Henry gets his discharge from the 4077th.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10
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SEASON FOUR

(1975-1976)
24 episodes - Season Score: 167
Episode Average: 6.96 - Perfect 10's: 1

A Mike Farrell Favourite Episode
S4E1
Welcome to Korea
Originally broadcast: 12 September 1975
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell & Larry Gelbart
When Trapper's discharged in his absence, Hawkeye races to say goodbye to an old friend, only to say hello to a new friend.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S4E2
Change of Command
Originally broadcast: 19 September 1975
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Colonel Potter takes command of the 4077th, B.J. has his first stint in the O.R, and Frank goes missing.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S4E3
It Happened One Night
Originally broadcast: 26 September 1975
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Larry Gelbart, Simon Muntner & Gene Reynolds
The camp gets hit hard overnight, but Margaret's tent is shaken hardest.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S4E4
The Late Captain Pierce
Originally broadcast: 3 October 1975
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Glen Charles & Les Charles
Hawkeye discovers that he's 'dead', and tries to make the best of the situation.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S4E5
Hey, Doc
Originally broadcast: 10 October 1975
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Rick Mittleman
One special favour deserves another, but Frank can't resist having a little fun with one of them.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S4E6
The Bus
Originally broadcast: 17 October 1975
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: John D. Hess
Colonel Potter, Hawkeye, B.J., Burns and Radar spend the night on a broken down bus.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S4E7
Dear Mildred
Originally broadcast: 24 October 1975
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
Colonel Potter writes an anniversary letter to his wife telling her about his first impressions of the 4077th, and Radar goes on a mission... ending up with the perfect gift for the Colonel.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S4E8
The Kids
Originally broadcast: 31 October 1975
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
When the local orphanage comes under fire, the kids are evacuated to the 4077th.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


A Mike Farrell Favourite Episode
S4E9
Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?
Originally broadcast: 7 November 1975
Directed by: Larry Gelbart
Written by: Burt Prelutsky
Jesus Christ arrives on camp to be patched up, quickly followed by Colonel Flagg and Sidney Freedman.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E10
Dear Peggy
Originally broadcast: 14 November 1975
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
B.J. writes a letter home, Father Mulcahy gets a visit from a superior (Ned Beatty), and Klinger keeps trying to escape.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E11
Of Moose and Men
Originally broadcast: 21 November 1975
Directed by: John Erman
Written by: Jay Folb
Hawkeye saves the life of an ungrateful colonel, B.J. tries to help with Zale's marriage problems, and Frank's paranoia reaches new levels.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E12
Soldier of the Month
Originally broadcast: 28 November 1975
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Linda Bloodworth
Frank contracts a fever while catching the rats that may be causing it, which means he can't judge the new competition that Radar and Klinger badly want to win.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E13
The Gun
Originally broadcast: 2 December 1975
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Gene Reynolds
Radar faces fifteen years in the stockade when a wounded colonel's vintage revolver goes missing.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S4E14
Mail Call... Again
Originally broadcast: 9 December 1975
Directed by: George Tyne
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
After finding out about Margaret, Franks wife wants a divorce, Colonel Potter finds out he's about to become a grandfather, and Radar receives a home movie.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S4E15
The Price of Tomato Juice
Originally broadcast: 16 December 1975
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Gene Reynolds
After discovering Colonel Potter's liking for tomato juice, Radar does all he can to ensure that he has it every morning.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E16
Dear Ma
Originally broadcast: 23 December 1975
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
Radar write to his mother and tells of a foot inspection, a North Korean in the mess tent, and Potter being shot in the derriere.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E17
Der Tag
Originally broadcast: 6 January 1976
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
As a favour to Colonel Potter, Hawkeye and B.J. befriend Frank for the night, but he ends up on the frontline.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E18
Hawkeye
Originally broadcast: 13 January 1976
Directed by: Larry Gelbart
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner
After Hawkeye turns over his jeep, a Korean family give him shelter, and he talks to them non-stop to remain conscious, even though they don't speak a word of English.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 4


S4E19
Some 38th Parallels
Originally broadcast: 20 January 1976
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: John W. Regier & Gary Markowitz
Hakkeye has 'performance' issues, Frank tries to make money with a rubbish idea, and Radar befriends a patient.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E20
The Novocaine Mutiny
Originally broadcast: 27 January 1976
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: Burt Prelutsky
Burns takes temporary charge of the 4077th and charges Hawkeye with mutiny.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E21
Smilin' Jack
Originally broadcast: 3 February 1976
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner
A grounded chopper pilot defies orders to make one last record-breaking flight.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S4E22
The More I See You
Originally broadcast: 10 February 1976
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Gene Reynolds
The arrival of an old flame (Blythe Danner), puts Hawkeye in a spin.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S4E23
Deluge
Originally broadcast: 17 February 1976
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Larry Gelbart & Simon Muntner
The 4077th is overrun with casualties, as life back home continues as normal.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S4E24
The Interview
Originally broadcast: 24 February 1976
Directed by: Larry Gelbart
Written by: Larry Gelbart
Members of the 4077th get the opportunity to air their feelings when interviewed by a war correspondent (Clete Roberts).
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10
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SEASON FIVE

(1976-1977)
24 episodes - Season Score: 162
Episode Average: 6.75 - Perfect 10's: 0

S5E1
Bug Out
Originally broadcast: 21 September 1976
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
The 4077th are forced to bug out, but some have to stay behind to care for a patient in danger of paralysis.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


A Loretta Swit Favourite Episode
S5E2
Margaret's Engagement
Originally broadcast: 28 September 1976
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Gary Markowitz
Margaret returns from Tokyo with news, but not everyone's happy about it.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E3
Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Originally broadcast: 5 October 1976
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Hawykeye learns to see things in a different way after a gas heater explodes in his face, leaving him temporarily blind.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S5E4
Lt. Radar O'Reilly
Originally broadcast: 12 October 1976
Directed by: Alan Rafkin
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
Hawkeye and Trapper arrange promotion for Radar, but he soon finds it's not all he hoped for.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E5
The Nurses
Originally broadcast: 19 October 1976
Directed by: Joan Darling
Written by: Linda Bloodworth
An overdue honeymoon is arranged in Margaret's tent, but an ongoing feud between her and the nurses makes it far from easy.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E6
The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan
Originally broadcast: 26 October 1976
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Allan Katz, Don Reo & Gene Reynolds
When Margaret goes missing, Colonel Flagg blows in to sort things out.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


An Alan Alda Favourite Episode
S5E7
Dear Sigmund
Originally broadcast: 9 November 1976
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
As a break from the day-to-day stresses, Sidney Freedman seeks refuge in the insanity of the 4077th, and tells Sigmund Freud about life on camp.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


A William Christopher Favourite Episode
S5E8
Mulcahy's War
Originally broadcast: 16 November 1976
Directed by: George Tyne
Written by: Richard Cogan
There's an unusual patient in the O.R., and Father Mulcahy is persuaded that he needs to experience the frontline
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S5E9
The Korean Surgeon
Originally broadcast: 23 November 1976
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Bill Idelson
Hawkeye and B.J. try to help an injured Korean POW who turns out to be a surgeon, and Frank gets into a spot of bother with impostors.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S5E10
Hawkeye Get Your Gun
Originally broadcast: 30 November 1976
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Jay Folb & Gene Reynolds 
Hawkeye and Colonel Potter assist a Korean hospital before coming under enemy attack on the way back to the 4077th.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S5E11
The Colonel's Horse
Originally broadcast: 7 December 1976
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
The colonel's horse needs medical attention, and Margaret has problems with her appendix.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S5E12
Exorcism
Originally broadcast: 14 December 1976
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Gene Reynolds & Jay Folb
Strange things start happening when Colonel Potter orders the removal of a spirit post from camp, and a local demands a ceremony to drive away evil spirits before he'll be operated on.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E13
Hawk's Nightmare
Originally broadcast: 21 December 1976
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Burt Prelutsky
Colonel Potter calls on the services of Sidney Freedman when Hawkeye starts having nightmares.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S5E14
The Most Unforgettable Characters
Originally broadcast: 4 January 1977
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
After signing up for a creative writing course, Radar tries to improve the daily reports, much to the disapproval of Colonel Potter.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E15
38 Across
Originally broadcast: 11 January 1977
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Hawkeye calls on an old navy friend for help when he can't work out a crossword clue.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E16
Ping Pong
Originally broadcast: 18 January 1977
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Sid Dorfman
An old friend of Colonel Potter's is putting his troops at risk in order to get promotion, and the camp witness the traditional Korean wedding of a ping pong player.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E17
End Run
Originally broadcast: 25 January 1977
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: John D. Hess
A football player loses a leg, and Burns organises a Boxing match as a way of resolving a food fight.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E18
Hanky Panky
Originally broadcast: 1 February 1977
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Gene Reynolds
B.J. is wracked with guilt, and Margaret's worried when she finds out that Donald has been hospitalised.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E19
Hepatitis
Originally broadcast: 8 February 1977
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
After Father Mulcahy is diagnosed with hepatitis, Hawkeye has to inoculate the whole camp while suffering with back pain.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E20
The General's Practitioner
Originally broadcast: 15 February 1977
Directed by: Alan Rafkin
Written by: Burt Prelutsky
A general's looking for a personal physician and puts Hawkeye top of his list, while Radar finds out what it's like to be a father.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S5E21
Movie Tonight
Originally broadcast: 22 February 1977
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Gene Reynolds, Don Reo, Allan Katz & Jay Folb
Colonel Potter orders in his favourite movie to boost morale, but problems mean that they spend most of the night entertaining themselves,
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S5E22
Souvenirs
Originally broadcast: 1 March 1977
Directed by: Joshua Shelley
Written by: Burt Prelutsky & Reinhold Weege
Hawkeye and B.J try to put a stop to a souvenir business that's endangering Korean lives, an MP (Brian Dennehy) turns up to recover a Korean vase, and Klinger breaks a record while trying to get a section 8.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E23
Post Op
Originally broadcast: 8 March 1977
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Ken Levine, David Isaacs, Gene Reynolds & Jay Folb
An influx of casualties means there's a shortage of blood, and everyone is asked to make extra donations.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S5E24
Margaret's Marriage
Originally broadcast: 15 March 1977
Directed by: Gene Reynolds
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
In response to taunting from Frank, Margaret and Donald get married at the 4077th.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7
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SEASON SIX

(1977-1978)
24 episodes - Season Score: 172
Episode Average: 7.17 - Perfect 10's: 1

S6E1
Fade In, Fade Out
Originally broadcast: 20 September 1977
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
The 4077th celebrate the news that Ferret Face has been transferred out after a breakdown in Seoul. Major Winchester gets sent in as temporary cover for Burns by a colonel he beat at cribbage, only to find himself assigned permanently.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E2
Fallen Idol
Originally broadcast: 27 September 1977
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
Hawkeye angers the camp after lashing out at Radar, who has been injured on his way for R&R, that had been suggested by Hawkeye.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S6E3
Last Laugh
Originally broadcast: 4 October 1977
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
B.J. finds himself arrested for events in Seoul after an old friend (James Cromwell) shows up at the 4077th.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E4
War of Nerves
Originally broadcast: 11 October 1977
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
Sidney Freedman arrives at the 4077th in the back of an ambulance, having been wounded on a follow-up call, just as tensions seems to be running high in camp.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E5
The Winchester Tapes
Originally broadcast: 18 October 1977
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
Charles records a message for his parents describing his first impressions of the 4077th.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S6E6
The Light That Failed
Originally broadcast: 25 October 1977
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Burt Prelutsky
There's a shortage of supplies, including lightbulbs... which leads to Charles administering the wrong medication to a patient, and the last page of a murder mystery is missing, leaving the camp to speculate about the ending.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


An Alan Alda Favourite Episode
S6E7
In Love and War
Originally broadcast: 1 November 1977
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
Hawkeye falls for a local villager who cares for refugees, and Margaret discovers that her husband may be cheating.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E8
Change Day
Originally broadcast: 8 November 1977
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Laurence Marks
Charles attempts to make a profit from local villagers when the army decides to change scrip, and Klinger attempts to join West Point in his latest caper.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E9
Images
Originally broadcast: 15 November 1977
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Burt Prelutsky
Margaret is reminded that emotions can't always be controlled, and Radar gets a tattoo.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S6E10
The M*A*S*H Olympics
Originally broadcast: 22 November 1977
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Don Weis
Colonel Potter decided that the camp could be fitter, and organises a camp Olympics, with 3-day passes on offer for the winners.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E11
The Grim Reaper
Originally broadcast: 29 November 1977
Directed by: George Tyne
Written by: Burt Prelutsky
A colonel who likes to predict casualty numbers threatens charges against Hawkeye after an incident at the Officer's Club.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E12
Comrades in Arms: Part 1
Originally broadcast: 6 December 1977
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe & Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
Hawkeye and Houlihan come under attack on the way to a demonstration at the 8063rd, and find themselves stranded in an abandoned hut. The experience pulls them closer together.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E13
Comrades in Arms: Part 2
Originally broadcast: 13 December 1977
Directed by: Alan Alda & Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Alan Alda
The camp worry about Hawkeye and Houlihan, as they begin to drive each other crazy.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E14
The Merchant of Korea
Originally broadcast: 20 December 1977
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Hawkeye and B.J. are sick of doing favours for Charles after he lends them money, so they challenge him to beat them at poker.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S6E15
The Smell of Music
Originally broadcast: 3 January 1978
Directed by: Stuart Millar
Written by: Jim Fritzell & Everett Greenbaum
Hawkeye and B.J. refuse to shower until Winchester agrees to stop tooting his horn, and Colonel Potter deals with a suicidal patient.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E16
Patent 4077
Originally broadcast: 10 January 1978
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
When a new procedure needs a custom tool, and nobody can make it, the loss of Houlihan's wedding ring might just hold the answer.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E17
Tea and Empathy
Originally broadcast: 17 January 1978
Directed by: Don Weis
Written by: Bill Idelson
Father Mulcahy face a dilemma when he is told the whereabouts of much needed stolen penicillin in confession, and Hawkeye clashes with the commander of British patients.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E18
Your Hit Parade
Originally broadcast: 24 January 1978
Directed by: George Tyne
Written by: Ronny Graham
Radar gets the opportunity to spin the discs during a busy period in the OR.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E19
What's Up, Doc?
Originally broadcast: 30 January 1978
Directed by: George Tyne
Written by: Larry Balmagia
Radar's rabbit is consulted to find out whether Margaret's pregnant or not, and a patient takes Winchester hostage.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E20
Mail Call Three
Originally broadcast: 6 February 1978
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Everett Greenbaum & Jim Fritzell
Klinger finds out that his wife wants a divorce, and Hawkeye receives love letters meant for a different Benjamin Pierce.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E21
Temporary Duty
Originally broadcast: 13 February 1978
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Larry Balmagia
An annoying cowboy surgeon (George Lindsey) and an old friend of Margaret's are sent from the 8063rd in exchange for Hawkeye and a nurse from the 4077th.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S6E22
Potter's Retirement
Originally broadcast: 20 February 1978
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Laurence Marks
When Colonel Potter finds out that his command has been criticised by one of his own people, he considers calling it a day.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S6E23
Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde
Originally broadcast: 27 February 1978
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Ken Levine, David Isaacs and Ronny Graham
Winchester starts to rely on amphetamines to get through long hours in the OR, and Radar trains a mouse to knock the cockiness out of a group of marines.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S6E24
Major Topper
Originally broadcast: 27 February 1978
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Allyn Freeman
When the last batch of morphine turns out to be bad, the camp have to use their imagination to get the patients through the night, and Klinger has to deal with someone slightly nuttier than himself.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8
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SEASON SEVEN

(1978-1979)
25 episodes - Season Score: 186
Episode Average: 7.44 - Perfect 10's: 3

S7E1
Commander Pierce
Originally broadcast: 18 September 1978
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Ronny Graham & Don Segall
B.J.'s got a moustache, Colonel Potter's called away, Winchester's ill, and Hawkeye takes command.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S7E2
Peace On Us
Originally broadcast: 25 September 1978
Directed by: George Tyne
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Hawkeye takes things into his own hands when the points requirement for discharge is increased, and Margaret discovers that Donald has transferred back to the US.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S7E3
Lil
Originally broadcast: 2 October 1978
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Sheldon Bull
Radar worries that Colonel Potter's getting too close to a visiting colonel, and Hawkeye drives himself mad trying to find out what 'B.J.' stand for.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S7E4
Our Finest Hour
Originally broadcast: 9 October 1978
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Ken Levine, David Isaacs, Larry Balmagia, Ronny Graham & David Lawrence
A war correspondent (Clete Roberts) listens to the thoughts of the camp and their hopes for the future.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S7E5
The Billfold Syndrome
Originally broadcast: 16 October 1978
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Sidney Freedman is called in when a medic suffers amnesia, and Winchester gives the whole camp the silent treatment.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S7E6
None Like It Hot
Originally broadcast: 23 October 1978
Directed by: Tony Mordente
Written by: Ken Levine, David Isaacs & Johnny Bonaduce
News travels fast when there's a new bathtub in camp, Klinger tries to wear a rubber suit for 24hrs in the searing heat, and Radar has his tonsils removed.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S7E7
They Call the Wind Korea
Originally broadcast: 30 October 1978
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Klinger and Winchester happen across a group of wounded Greek servicemen after getting lost en route to the airport, and the camp water tower collapses in high winds.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E8
Major Ego
Originally broadcast: 6 November 1978
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Larry Balmagia
Winchester gets rather carried away when a reporter comes to interview him, but finds himself playing second fiddle to Margaret.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E9
Baby, It's Cold Outside
Originally broadcast: 13 November 1978
Directed by: George Tyne
Written by: Gary David Goldberg
Klinger suffers temporary deafness when mines explode in the extreme cold, and the camp do all they can to treat a patient with hypothermia, but some measures are more unusual than others.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E10
Point of View
Originally broadcast: 20 November 1978
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
A patient who cannot speak shares his view of the 4077th, who can't work out what's the matter with Colonel Potter.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 9


S7E11
Dear Comrade
Originally broadcast: 27 November 1978
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Tom Reeder
A Korean spy hired by Winchester as a houseboy provides a traditional remedy for a rash unknown to the 4077th, and Hawkeye wins a strange looking Jeep in a hand of poker.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E12
Out of Gas
Originally broadcast: 4 December 1978
Directed by: Mel Damski
Written by: Tom Reeder
Winchester insists on going along with Father Mulcahy when his wine is taken for a trade with black marketeers for sodium pentothal, which the camp badly needs.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E13
An Eye for a Tooth
Originally broadcast: 11 December 1978
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Ronny Graham
Father Mulcahy is disappointed that he's been overlooked for promotion again, and Winchester is right in the middle of a practical joke battle.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


A William Christopher Favourite Episode
S7E14
Dear Sis
Originally broadcast: 18 December 1978
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
It's Christmas, and Father Mulcahy is questioning what difference he makes to camp, especially after lashing out at a violent patient, but he soon realises how important his role is.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S7E15
B.J. Papa San
Originally broadcast: 1 January 1979
Directed by: James Sheldon
Written by: Larry Balmagia
A humourless general is unimpressed with Hawkeye's approach, and B.J. tries to help a Korean family.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E16
Inga
Originally broadcast: 8 January 1979
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
Hawkeye falls for a visiting Swedish surgeon, only to pull back when she demonstrates superior surgical knowledge.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E17
The Price
Originally broadcast: 15 January 1979
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Erik Tarloff
Colonel Potter is worried when his horse disappears, and The Swamp is used to help a young Korean draft dodger.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S7E18
The Young and the Restless
Originally broadcast: 22 January 1979
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Mitch Markowitz
A visit from a talented young surgeon has a negative impact on the 4077th, and Klinger thinks he's back in Toledo.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S7E19
Hot Lips is Back in Town
Originally broadcast: 29 January 1979
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Written by: Larry Balmagia, Bernard Dilbert & Gary Markowitz
Margaret decides that her divorce is an opportunity to finally put her career first, and Radar is keen to impress a pretty new nurse.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S7E20
C*A*V*E
Originally broadcast: 5 February 1979
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: Larry Balmagia & Ronny Graham
When the 4077th relocate to a nearby cave during very heavy shelling, Hawkeye's claustrophobia proves to be somewhat of a problem.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S7E21
Rally Round the Flagg, Boys
Originally broadcast: 14 February 1979
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: Mitch Markowitz
Colonel Flagg tries to recruit Winchester in an effort to expose Hawkeye as a Communist sympathiser after he prioritises a wounded North Korean ahead of Americans.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S7E22
Preventative Medicine
Originally broadcast: 19 February 1979
Directed by: Tony Mordente
Written by: Tom Reeder
Efforts are made to take a reckless colonel out of the game, and Klinger dabbles in voodoo.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E23
A Night at Rosie's
Originally broadcast: 26 February 1979
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Almost the whole camp relocate to Rosie's bar to get away from the drudgery.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S7E24
Ain't Love Grand?
Originally broadcast: 5 March 1979
Directed by: Mike Farrell
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Klinger meets a nurse from the 8063rd at Rosie's, Charles buys a Korean girl a burger, and Hawkeye and B.J. share what annoys them about each other.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 4


S7E25
The Party
Originally broadcast: 12 March 1979
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Alan Alda & Burt Metcalfe
B.J proposes the idea of a party for family members back home, but it's left to Hawkeye to push a little harder when the camp are preoccupied with bugging out.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9
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SEASON EIGHT

(1979-1980)
25 episodes - Season Score: 181
Episode Average: 7.24 - Perfect 10's: 3

S8E1
Too Many Cooks
Originally broadcast: 17 September 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
An injured private (Ed Begley, Jr.) makes food on camp something to look forward to, and Colonel Potter receives worrying news from home.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S8E2
Are You Now, Margaret?
Originally broadcast: 24 September 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
A visiting congressional aide accuses Margaret of being a Communist sympathiser.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E3
Guerilla My Dreams
Originally broadcast: 1 October 1979
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Bob Colleary
Hawkeye and B.J. try to protect a woman accused of being an enemy guerilla by a South Korean officer (Mako).
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 5


S8E4
Good-Bye Radar: Part 1
Originally broadcast: 8 October 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Radar returns from R&R to find that there are generator problems, and then news comes that changes everything.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S8E5
Good-Bye Radar: Part 2
Originally broadcast: 15 October 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Ken Levine & David Isaacs
Radar has doubts about whether the 4077th can cope without him, but then Klinger comes good.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S8E6
Period of Adjustment
Originally broadcast: 22 October 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Jim Mulligan & John Rappaport
Klinger's struggling to replace Radar, and B.J. lashes out after a letter from Peg.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S8E7
Nurse Doctor
Originally broadcast: 29 October 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Sy Rosen, Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
Father Mulcahy feels uneasy when signals get crossed while helping a nurse study for medical school, and Charles is surprisingly clean during a water shortage.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S8E8
Private Finance
Originally broadcast: 5 November 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
Klinger becomes the target of a mother's anger, and Hawkeye is left to deal with a dying soldier's ill-gotten gains.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S8E9
Mr. and Mrs. Who?
Originally broadcast: 12 November 1979
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Ronny Graham
Charles has no recollection of a night in Tokyo, and there's a battle against Korean haemorrhagic fever.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E10
The Yalu Brick Road
Originally broadcast: 19 November 1979
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Mike Farrell
There's an outbreak of salmonella in camp, and Hawkeye and B.J. 'capture' a North Korean prisoner.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S8E11
Life Time
Originally broadcast: 26 November 1979
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda and Walter D. Dishell, M.D.
The surgeons race against time to save a patient with a lacerated aorta.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S8E12
Dear Uncle Abdul
Originally broadcast: 3 December 1979
Directed by: William Jurgensen
Written by: John Rappaport & Jim Mulligan
Klinger tells his Uncle Abdul about exploding pigeons, shot footlockers, and overgrown bagpipes, while Hawkeye is a little upset when a joke that he introduced to camp gets more laughs when told by others.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E13
Captains Outrageous
Originally broadcast: 10 December 1979
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
Calls are made when Father Mulcahy misses out on promotion again, and Rosie is injured in a bar brawl.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E14
Stars and Stripes
Originally broadcast: 17 December 1979
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: Dennis Koenig
Charles and B.J. can't agree on events when asked to write a medical paper about a procedure they performed, and Scully arrives at camp to see Margaret
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E15
Yessir, That's Our Baby
Originally broadcast: 31 December 1979
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Jim Mulligan
When Charles finds a baby abandoned outside The Swamp, it proves difficult to find how best to help her.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S8E16
Bottle Fatigue
Originally broadcast: 7 January 1980
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
Hawkeye tries to give up the booze, Charles is enraged when he hears that his sister might be about to marry an Italian, and there's a live grenade in the O.R.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E17
Heal Thyself
Originally broadcast: 14 January 1980
Directed by: Mike Farrell
Written by: Dennis Koenig & Gene Reynolds
Colonel Potter's forced to bunk with Charles when both come down with the mumps, a new surgeon (Edward Herrmann) is brought in to cover, but not everyone copes under the pressure.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S8E18
Old Soldiers
Originally broadcast: 21 January 1980
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
The camp is overrun with Korean children when Colonel Potter returns from Tokyo after visiting a dying friend.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 9


S8E19
Morale Victory
Originally broadcast: 28 January 1980
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: John Rappaport
Hawkeye and B.J. are put in charge of camp morale, and Charles helps a patient deal with a life-changing injury.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E20
Lend a Hand
Originally broadcast: 4 February 1980
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
Dr. Borelli (Robert Alda) returns to the 4077th, and soon begins to irritate Hawkeye with his know-it-all approach, but the two must learn to work together during a trip to an aid station.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E21
Goodbye, Cruel World
Originally broadcast: 11 February 1980
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
Klinger decided to give his office a makeover, and Sidney Freedman tries to help a suicidal patient.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S8E22
Dreams
Originally broadcast: 18 February 1980
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda & James Jay Rubinfier
The camp's overcrowded when a young lieutenant refuses to send ambulances, but when there is a moment for sleep, it's not particularly pleasant.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S8E23
War Co-Respondent
Originally broadcast: 3 March 1980
Directed by: Mike Farrell
Written by: Mike Farrell
B.J.'s torn when a pretty war correspondent(Susan Saint James) visits the 4077th and falls for him.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S8E24
Back Pay
Originally broadcast: 10 March 1980
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Thad Mumford, Dan Wilcox & Dennis Koenig
Hawkeye bills the army for his services, and Charles demonstrates modern techniques to three Korean doctors.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 5


S8E25
April Fools
Originally broadcast: 24 March 1980
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
An angry colonel (Pat Hingle) turns up at the 4077th at the worst possible time... April Fools, and catches the medical staff mid-prank.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 8
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SEASON NINE

(1980-1981)
20 episodes - Season Score: 140
Episode Average: 7.0 - Perfect 10's: 1

S9E1
The Best of Enemies
Originally broadcast: 17 November 1980
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Sheldon Bull
Colonel Potter challenges Charles to prove that he is the better bridge player, and Hawkeye is forced at gunpoint to help a wounded North Korean.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S9E2
Letters
Originally broadcast: 24 November 1980
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
During a damp miserable spell, the camp are happy to have letters to reply to from a school in Crabapple Cove, but Hawkeye struggles when he gets a letter from a boy who hates army doctors.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S9E3
Cementing Relationships
Originally broadcast: 1 December 1980
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: David Pollock and Elias Davis
Klinger acts as foreman when a new concrete floor for the O.R. is needed, and an Italian patient won't leave Margaret alone.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E4
Father's Day
Originally broadcast: 8 December 1980
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Karen Hall
Efforts are made to keep a crate of tasty 'educational supplies' away from the MP's, and Margaret's father (Andrew Duggan) visits the 4077th.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E5
Death Takes a Holiday
Originally broadcast: 15 December 1980
Directed by: Mike Farrell
Written by: Mike Farrell, John Rappaport, Dennis Koenig, Thad Mumford,
Dan Wilcox & Burt Metcalfe
The camp throw a Christmas party for local orphans, while efforts are made to keep a soldier alive until after Christmas day for the good of his family.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S9E6
A War for All Seasons
Originally broadcast: 29 December 1980
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Dan Wilcox & Thad Mumford
A year in the life of the 4077th... Father Mulcahy looks forward to his corn crop, Hawkeye and B.J. build a kidney machine, and Charles gets involved in Klinger's baseball wagers.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S9E7
Your Retention, Please
Originally broadcast: 5 January 1981
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Erik Tarloff
Depressing news from home and a pushy rention officer persuade Klinger to re-enlist.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E8
Tell It To The Marines
Originally broadcast: 12 January 1981
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: Hank Bradford
Charles takes over in Colonel Potter's absence, and Hawkeye tries to help a Dutch marine.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E9
Taking the Fifth
Originally broadcast: 19 January 1981
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Elias Davis & David Pollock
When Klinger is given a rare bottle of wine, he uses it to repay a debt to Hawkeye, who then uses it as nurse lure, and Colonel Potter decides to break rules by using a forbidden anaesthetic.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E10
Operation Friendship
Originally broadcast: 26 January 1981
Directed by: Rena Down
Written by: Dennis Koenig
Charles waits on an injured Klinger after he's saved from an explosion, B.J. injures his hand, and Hawkeye clashes with his replacement (Tim O'Connor).
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E11
No Sweat
Originally broadcast: 2 February 1981
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: John Rappaport
It's a hot restless night in camp, Charles uses the hours to sort out his family tax returns, B.J. frets over a letter from Peg, Klinger dismantles the PA system, Margaret has a scratch she can't quite reach, and Colonel Potter's guided through the whole thing.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S9E12
Depressing News
Originally broadcast: 9 February 1981
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Dan Wilcox & Thad Mumford
Half a million tongue depressors arrive at camp, Klinger starts a newspaper, and Hawkeye builds a monument.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S9E13
No Laughing Matter
Originally broadcast: 16 February 1981
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Elias Davis & David Pollock
Charles tries to earn a ticket back to Tokyo when the man responsible for him being at the 4077th pays a visit, and Hawkeye has to make it through the day without telling jokes.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S9E14
Oh, How We Danced
Originally broadcast: 23 February 1981
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: John Rappaport
Charles learns karate after being physically attacked by an angry major, Klinger tries to find a harmonica, and B.J. gets an anniversary surprise.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S9E15
Bottoms Up
Originally broadcast: 2 March 1981
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Dennis Koenig
Hawkeye appears to go a prank too far, Charles keeps losing his trousers, and a friend of Margaret's (Gail Strickland) has a drink problem.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E16
The Red/White Blues
Originally broadcast: 9 March 1981
Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont
Written by: Elias Davis & David Pollock
Colonel Potter has to get his blood pressure down in order to pass his final medical, and Klinger reacts badly to malaria medication
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S9E17
Bless You, Hawkeye
Originally broadcast: 16 March 1981
Directed by: Nell Cox
Written by: Dan Wilcox & Thad Mumford
When Hawkeye can't stop sneezing yet shows no other symptoms, Sidney Freedman is brought in to investigate.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10


S9E18
Blood Brothers
Originally broadcast: 6 April 1981
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
Father Mulcahy is trying to get the camp ready for the visit of the Cardinal Reardon, and a young soldier (Patrick Swayze) worried about the fate of his friend discovers that he has leukemia.
Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 9


S9E19
The Foresight Saga
Originally broadcast: 13 April 1981
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
The camp receive a letter from Radar, and vegetables from a grateful Korean.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S9E20
The Life You Save
Originally broadcast: 4 May 1981
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: John Rappaport & Alan Alda
Charles has a near death experience, and wants to know more about what happens just before death.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6
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SEASON TEN

(1981-1982)
21 episodes - Season Score: 133
Episode Average: 6.33 - Perfect 10's: 0

S10E1
That's Show Biz
Originally broadcast: 26 October 1981
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
A USO troupe arrives at the 4077th when one of the stars needs surgery.
Onion Jack 1 - Holy Godiva 1
Total: 2


S10E2
Identity Crisis
Originally broadcast: 2 November 1981
Directed by: David Ogden Stiers
Written by: Dan Wilcox & Thad Mumford
Father Mulcahy hears the truth about an unusual secret, Winchester silences a soldier-salesman, and photos are collected to help a soldier get his own back on his ex-girlfriend.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E3
Rumor at the Top
Originally broadcast: 9 November 1981
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
News of a visit from a general's aide starts rumours that there are plans to split up the 4077th, but plans to show the camp in the worst possible light might just keep them together.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E4
Give 'Em Hell, Hawkeye
Originally broadcast: 16 November 1981
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
With peace talks getting nowhere, Hawkeye writes to President Truman to tell him about the insanities of war.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E5
Wheelers and Dealers
Originally broadcast: 23 November 1981
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
With a bit of pushing from Klinger, Colonel Potter takes driving lessons with Rizzo, and B.J. turns to gambling after news from Peg.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E6
Communication Breakdown
Originally broadcast: 30 November 1981
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Karen Hall
Charles incurs the wrath of the camp when he refuses to share his newspapers when the mail is delayed, and two enemy soldiers turn out to be brothers.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S10E7
Snap Judgment
Originally broadcast: 7 December 1981
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Paul Perlove
Klinger gets caught with red-handed, after trying to retrieve a camera stolen from camp.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E8
Snappier Judgment
Originally broadcast: 14 December 1981
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Paul Perlove
Klinger is court-martialed for stealing the camera, and Charles attempts to defend him.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 5


S10E9
'Twas the Day After Christmas
Originally broadcast: 28 December 1981
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Elias Davis & David Pollock
It's Boxing Day at the 4077th, and after learning of a British tradition, the camp all switch roles for 24 hours.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E10
Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead
Originally broadcast: 4 January 1982
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda
There's a ghost of a dead soldier in camp, and only Klinger, delirious from fever, can communicate with him.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S10E11
The Birthday Girls
Originally broadcast: 11 January 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Karen Hall
Margaret's birthday doesn't quite go to plan, and there's a race to help an injured pregnant cow.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E12
Blood and Guts
Originally broadcast: 18 January 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Lee H. Grant
A war correspondent who likes to stretch the truth arrives in camp and charms almost everyone, including a pretty nurse (Rita Wilson), and B.J. fixes up a bike given to him by a wounded private.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E13
A Holy Mess
Originally broadcast: 1 February 1982
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
There's excitement when fresh eggs arrive in camp, but things get complicated when a troubled private goes AWOL and seeks sanctuary in the mess tent, with his lieutenant (David Graf) in hot pursuit.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S10E14
The Tooth Shall Set You Free
Originally broadcast: 8 February 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
Charles is suffering from toothache but refuses to see a dentist, and it seems that a commanding officer assigns dangerous duties dependant on skin colour when he tries to send a recovered soldier (Laurence Fishburne) home.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S10E15
Pressure Points
Originally broadcast: 15 February 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
When Colonel Potter discovers that Hawkeye had to re-operate on one of his patients, he begins to question his ability and calls in Sidney Freedman, who arrives just in time to enjoy carnage in The Swamp.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S10E16
Where There's a Will, There's a War
Originally broadcast: 22 February 1982
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
Hawkeye catches up with long overdue paperwork when he's sent to an aide post, after the surgeon is killed in a mortar attack.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S10E17
Promotion Commotion
Originally broadcast: 1 March 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
Charles, B.J. and Hawkeye find themselves popular when chosen to make recommendations for promotion among the enlisted men, and Colonel Potter befriends a young soldier who seems desperate to impress his colleagues.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E18
Heroes
Originally broadcast: 15 March 1982
Directed by: Nell Cox
Written by: Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
The 4077th is overwhelmed with press when Father Mulcahy's boyhood hero, a former boxing champ, has a stroke while visiting camp, and Hawkeye is centre-stage.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S10E19
Sons and Bowlers
Originally broadcast: 22 March 1982
Directed by: Hy Averback
Written by: Elias Davis & David Pollock
Hawkeye's desperate for news when he finds out that his father is in hospital, and the 4077th take on the Marines in a bowling competition.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S10E20
Picture This
Originally broadcast: 5 April 1982
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Karen Hall
Colonel Potter decides to paint a picture of the staff for his wife, but a falling out at The Swamp makes it difficult to get everyone together, especially after Hawkeye moves into a hut behind Rosie's bar.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S10E21
That Darn Kid
Originally broadcast: 12 April 1982
Directed by: David Ogden Stiers
Written by: Karen Hall
It looks like Hawkeye will have to repay the army $22,000 when Klinger's goat eats the payroll, and Rizzo tries to cash in on the misfortune of others.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 2
Total: 4
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SEASON ELEVEN

(1982-1983)
16 episodes - Season Score: 108
Episode Average: 6.75 - Perfect 10's: 1

S11E1
Hey, Look Me Over
Originally broadcast: 25 October 1982
Directed by: Susan Oliver
Written by: Alan Alda & Karen Hall
Hawkeye realises that the prettiest nurse of all has long gone unnoticed, and a visit from a notoriously picky colonel puts Margaret under pressure.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 7


S11E2
Trick or Treatment
Originally broadcast: 1 November 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
The 4077th Halloween night turns out to be a busy one, starting with an idiot marine (George Wendt) with a pool ball in his mouth, and ending with Father Mulcahy discovering that being dead isn't always permanent.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S11E3
Foreign Affairs
Originally broadcast: 8 November 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: David Pollock & Elias Davis
Hawkeye and B.J. help a PR man find a hero when his man refuses to toe the line, and Charles falls for a French Red Cross volunteer.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S11E4
The Joker is Wild
Originally broadcast: 15 November 1982
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: John Rappaport & Dennis Koenig
B.J. starts a practical joke campaign after getting sick of hearing how great a joker Trapper was, but Hawkeye does all he can to make sure that he doesn't become a victim
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S11E5
Who Knew?
Originally broadcast: 22 November 1982
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: Elias Davis & David Pollock
A nurse that he dated twice dies, so Hawkeye offers to deliver her eulogy, only to discover that neither he or the other nurses really knew her.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


S11E6
Bombshells
Originally broadcast: 28 November 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dan Wilcox & Thad Mumford
There are rumours about a visit from Marilyn Monroe, and B.J.'s troubled after failing to rescue a wounded man.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S11E7
Settling Debts
Originally broadcast: 6 December 1982
Directed by: Michael Switzer
Written by: Thad Mumford & Dan Wilcox
Colonel Potter wants to know why Mildred has written to Hawkeye, and a paralysed lieutenant finds himself next to the sniper who shot him.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S11E8
The Moon is Not Blue
Originally broadcast: 13 December 1982
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Larry Balmagia
Hawkeye and B.J. try to get a more interesting movie, and a wounded general declares the 4077th an alcohol-free zone.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 5


S11E9
Run for the Money
Originally broadcast: 20 December 1982
Directed by: Nell Cox
Written by: Elias Davis, David Pollock and Mike Farrell
Father Mulcahy races against a track star, and Charles befriends a soldier who is being bullied because of a speech impediment.
Onion Jack 4 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 8


A Harry Morgan Favourite Episode
S11E10
U.N., the Night and the Music
Originally broadcast: 3 January 1983
Directed by: Harry Morgan
Written by: Elias Davis & David Pollock
A U.N. delegation visit the 4077th, each member making their own impact in different ways, and B.J. feels guilty about not being honest with a patient.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 4
Total: 7


S11E11
Strange Bedfellows
Originally broadcast: 10 January 1983
Directed by: Mike Farrell
Written by: Karen Hall
Colonel Potter's furious to discover that his son-in-law had an affair whilst in Tokyo, and Charles denies that he is a snoring Winchester.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S11E12
Say No More
Originally broadcast: 24 January 1983
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: John Rappaport
Margaret's plans are put on hold when she contracts laryngitis, and a general's concerned about his son who's wounded in action.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S11E13
Friends and Enemies
Originally broadcast: 7 February 1983
Directed by: Jamie Farr
Written by: Karen Hall
Margaret has no records for her new phonograph, a laid-up B.J. is sick of hearing Winchester's records, and Colonel Potter has to deal with the fact that an old friend is unfit for command.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6


S11E14
Give and Take
Originally broadcast: 14 February 1983
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Written by: Dennis Koenig
When Charles forgets to collect for charity on pay day, the job gets passed from one person to the next, and a wounded GI learns a lesson when the enemy soldier he shot ends up in the bed next to him.
Onion Jack 2 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 5


S11E15
As Time Goes By
Originally broadcast: 21 February 1983
Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
Written by: Dan Wilcox & Thad Mumford
Rizzo has fun with a dummy grenade he gets from Igor, Margaret seeks contributions for a time capsule, and the truth about a chopper pilot's heroism is discovered.
Onion Jack 3 - Holy Godiva 3
Total: 6
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THE FAREWELL

This was actually the series 11 finale, so the episode score has been included above.
S11E16
Goodbye, Farewell and Amen
Originally broadcast: 28 February 1983
Directed by: Alan Alda
Written by: Alan Alda, Burt Metcalfe, John Rappaport, Dan Wilcox,
Thad Mumford, Elias Davis, David Pollock & Karen Hall




Onion Jack 5 - Holy Godiva 5
Total: 10
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MAIN CHARACTERS

CAPTAIN BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PIERCE, B.S., M.D.
aka Hawkeye



Played by Alan Alda
251 episodes
(1972-1983)



Played by Donald Sutherland in the 1970 film.
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MAJOR MARGARET HOULIHAN
aka Hotlips



Played by Loretta Switt
233 episodes
(1972-1983)



Played by Sally Kellerman in the 1970 film.
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CORPORAL WALTER EUGENE O'REILLY
aka Radar



Played by Gary Burghoff
152 episodes
(1972-1979)



Also appeared in the 1970 film.
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1st LIEUTENANT FRANCIS JOHN PATRICK MULCAHY S.J.



Played by William Christopher
207 episodes
(1972-1983)



Played by George Morgan in the pilot.
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COLONEL SHERMAN TECUMSEH POTTER, M.D.



Played by Harry Morgan
178 episodes
(1975-1983)



Harry Morgan appeared in 'The General Flipped at Dawn (1974)'
as Major General Bartford Hamilton Steele
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CAPTAIN B.J. HUNNICUTT, M.D.



Played by Mike Farrell
178 episodes
(1975-1983)



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CORPORAL MAXWELL Q. KLINGER



Played by Jamie Farr
210 episodes
(1972-1983)



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MAJOR CHARLES EMERSON WINCHESTER III, B.S., M.D.



Played by David Ogden Stiers
130 episodes
(1977-1983)



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MAJOR FRANKLIN DELANO MARION BURNS, M.D.
aka Ferret Face



Played by Larry Linville
116 episodes
(1972-1977)



PLayed by Robert Duvall in the 1970 film.
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CAPTAIN JOHN FRANCIS XAVIER McINTYRE, M.D,
aka Trapper



Played by Wayne Rogers
72 episodes
(1972-1975)



Played by Elliott Gould in the 1970 film.
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LIEUTENANT COLONEL HENRY BRAYMORE BLAKE, M.D.



Played by McLean Stevenson
70 episodes
(1972-1975)



Played by Roger Bowen in the 1970 film.
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SOME OTHER CHARACTERS

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MASH (1969)

1st Lt. Kealani Kellye
played by Kellye Nakahara
in Check-Up (S3E7 - 1974)
Total episodes: 167 (1973-1983)



Private Igor Straminsky
played byJeff Maxwell
in Bug Out (S5E1 - 1976)
Total episodes: 83* (1973-1983)
*Peter Riegert played the role in two episodes.



Roy Goldman*
played by Roy Goldman
in Friends and Enemies (S11E13 - 1983)
Total episodes: 43 (1973-1983)
*sometimes credited as corpsman,
often nothing more than an extra.



Lt. Ginger Bayliss
played by Odessa Cleveland
in Major Fred C. Dobbs (S1E22 - 1973)
Total episodes: 26 (1972-1975)



Staff Sergeant Zelmo Zale
played by Johnny Haymer
in The Novocaine Mutiny (S4E20 - 1976)
Total episodes: 20 (1974-1979)



Staff Sergeant Luther Wilson Rizzo
played by G.W. Bailey
in Blood Brothers (S19E18 - 1981)
Total episodes: 13 (1979-1983)



Major Sidney Theodore Freedman*
played by Allan Arbus
in Dear Sigmund (S5E7 - 1976)
Total episodes: 12 (1973-1983)
*First appeared as Major Milton Freedman



Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
played by John Orchard*
in Showtime (S1E24 - 1973)
Total episodes: 10 (1972-1973)
*Later appeared as MP Muldoon in 1979



Rosie
played by Eileen Saki*
in A Night at Rosie's (S7E23 - 1979)
Total episodes: 10 (1976-1981)
Played by Frances Fong 1976/1977.



Colonel Sam Flagg
played by Edward Winter
in A Smattering of Intelligence (S2E24 - 1974)
Total episodes: 7 (1973-1979)



Gen. Crandell Clayton
played by Herb Voland
in 5 O'Clock Charlie (S2E2 - 1973)
Total episodes: 7 (1972-1973)



Ho-Jon
played by Patrick Adriarte
in Pilot (S1E1 - 1972)
Total episodes: 7 (1972-1973)



Captain Oliver Harmon "Spearchucker" Jones
played by Timothy Brown
in The Moose (S1E5 - 1972)
Total episodes: 6 (1972-1973)
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HARK, A HERD OF NURSE!

Hawk has an eye for the ladies.
Actresses were often credited as different nurses,
so we'll only include one entry per actress... once we have it sorted out.
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M*A*S*H (1970)

Lt. Maria 'Dish' Schneider
played by Karen Philipp
in Pilot (S1E1 - 1972)
Total episodes: 2 (1972)



Lt. Jones
played by Barbara Brownell
in The Moose (S1E5 - 1972)
Total episodes: 2 (1972-1973)



Nurse Edwina 'Eddie' Ferguson
played by Arlene Golonka
in Edwina (S1E13 - 1972)
Total episodes: 1 (1972)
*Hawkeye drew the short straw to go on a date with her.



Lt. Nancy Griffin
played by Lynette Mettey
in Sometimes You Hear the Bullet (S1E17 - 1973)
Total episodes: 3 (1973)



Lt. Barbara Bannerman
played by Bonnie Jones
in Sticky Wicket (S1E21 - 1973)
Total episodes: 5 (1972-1975)



Nurse Margie Cutler
played by Marcia Strassman
in Ceasefire (S1E23 - 1973)
Total episodes: 6 (1972-1973)



Lt. Erica Johnson
played by Joan Van Ark
in Radar's Report (S2E3 - 1973)
Total episodes: 2 (1973/1978)



Nurse Mitchell
played by Lesley Evans
in Kim (S2E6 - 1973
Total episodes: 1 (1973)



Lt. Regina Hopkins
played by Corinne Camacho
in L.I.P. (Local Indigenous Personnel) (S2E7 - 1973)
Total episodes: 1 (1973)



Lt. Suzanne Marquette
played by Teri Garr
in The Sniper (S2E10 - 1973)
Total episodes: 2 (1973/1978)



Nurse Sheila
played by Sheila Lauritsen
in Henry in Love (S2E16 - 1974)
Total episodes: 4 (1974)



Nurse Baker
played by Bobbie Mitchell
in Mad Dogs and Servicemen (S3E13 - 1974)
Total episodes: 5 (1974-1975)



Carlye Breslin Walton
played by Blythe Danner
in The More I See You (S4E22 - 1976)
Total episodes: 1 (1976)
*She arrives in camp as an old flame.



Dr. Inga Halvorsen
played by Mariette Hartley
in Inga (S7E16 - 1979)
Total episodes: 1 (1979)



Lt. Mendenhall
played by Shelley Long
in Bottle Fatigue (S8E16 - 1980)
Total episodes: 1 (1980)


...even Major Houlihan falls under his spell...


Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan
played by Loretta Swit
in Comrades in Arms: Part 1 (S6E12 - 1977)



...and it's not just nurses...


Kyung Soon
played by Kieu Chinh
in In Love and War (S6E7 - 1977)
Total episodes: 1 (1977)


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POTTER'S PAINTINGS

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Radar
The More I See You (S4E22 - 1976)



Klinger
The More I See You (S4E22 - 1976)



Hawkeye
Hawkeye Get Your Gun (S5E10 - 1976)



Winchester
The Winchester Tapes (S6E5 - 1977)



Thumb
They Call the Wind Korea (S7E7 - 1978)



Hawkeye's Monument
Depressing News (S9E12 - 1981)



Father Mulcahy
Rumor at the Top (S10E3 - 1981)



The Staff
Picture This (S10E20 - 1982)
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Some of Klinger's fine selection of ladieswear
- brought to you by Section 8.
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Republished since now complete.

This is probably the biggest single list project that we've attempted, and will probably remain so... but I have a habit of getting preoccupied and not getting stuff watched (the huge pile of unwatched DVD's is proof of that), so this was a good way to drive me on.

Two weeks... a film and 251 episodes... the journey is complete.

This list has:
1. An image, details and score for every single episode.
2. A little about the main characters, including a bit of opinion.
3. Some images of other characters.
4. Images of some of Hawkeye's lovely nurses.
5. Potter's Paintings
6. Some of Klinger's clothes.






We only got into M*A*S*H recently after catching episodes on TV, and we now own it, I just had to see it complete and in order... and I'm glad I did, I hadn't seen the finale, and having seen the whole journey in such a short space of time, it packed extra punch... I bet those 125 million people who tuned in must have loved it in 1983, but over thirty years later... it's still brilliant! The series as a whole is superb, it has low points... it's bound to, you can't get it spot on 251 times... it doesn't work that way. It started slowly for us, just a bit too silly, but it got going by the third series, and didn't really let off until near the end. I know some didn't like the more serious issue-led stuff, but I think it balanced nicely against the comedy that was on offer. I'm not a huge fan of American comedy... but M*A*S*H? Bloody brilliant, not that it's pure comedy anyway, I think Shelley Long called it "dramedy" in one of the programmes included as an extra. If you are reading this, and you've enjoyed an episode or two... do yourself a favour... buy it, and don't listen to those who say how badly it's aged, some things will always be great... and this is one of them.

Apologies for any poorly written opinions here, I'm not a reviewer, never have been, never will be, just not my thing. I prefer to leave that to people who need to be heard.

We each rated the episodes out of five, to get a score out of 10.

Ratings
1 - Boring
2 - Poor
3 - Average
4 - Good
5 - Brilliant

SEASON SCORES
Based on average episode scores because of
episode number variation in later seasons.
Season 1: 6.42
Season 2: 6.63
Season 3: 6.96
Season 4: 6.96
Season 5: 6.75
Season 6: 7.17
Season 7: 7.44
Season 8: 7.24
Season 9: 7.0
Season 10: 6.33
Season 11: 6.75


FAVOURITE EPISODES
Onion Jack
1. Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen
(S11E16 - 1983)

2. Abyssinia, Henry
(S3E24 - 1975)

3. Good-Bye Radar: Part 2
(S8E5 - 1979)

4. Welcome to Korea
(S4E1 - 1975)

5. Carry On, Hawkeye
(S2E11 - 1973)

6. O.R.
(S3E5 - 1974)

7. Fallen Idol
(S6E2 - 1977)

8. Life Time
(S8E11 - 1979)

9. The Price
(S7E17 - 1979)

10. Our Finest Hour
(S7E4 - 1978)

Holy Godiva
1. Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen
(S11E16 - 1983)

2. Abyssinia, Henry
(S3E24 - 1975)

3. Good-Bye Radar: Part 2
(S8E5 - 1979)

4. Fallen Idol
(S6E2 - 1977)

5. Our Finest Hour
(S7E4 - 1978)

6. Peace on Us
(S7E2 - 1978)

7. O.R.
(S3E5 - 1974)

8. The Billfold Syndrome
(S7E5 - 1978)

9. The Interview
(S4E24 - 1976)

10. Life Time
(S8E11 - 1979)


FAVOURITE CHARACTERS
Onion Jack
1. Sidney Freedman
2. Radar
3. Hawkeye
Holy Godiva
1. Radar
2. B.J.
3. Hawkeye

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Posted: 2 years, 7 months ago at Feb 19 12:26
I used to watch M*A*S*H all the time back when my dad was alive it was one of his favorite shows

Great list man
Posted: 2 years ago at Aug 29 23:21
Sheer awesomeness! Great list guys!! :D

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