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The plot is set in military hospital during the Korean War - seems like not very good place for sitcom, but you would be surprised. Doctors are busy chasing nurses, nurses are busy avoiding doctors and the commander is trying to avoid being commander.
The Best of Enemies
On his way to Seoul, Hawkeye is captured by a North Korean who forces him to save his comrade. Meanwhile, Potter and Charles compete to find out who is better at bridge.
The camp answers letters from fourth-graders in Hawkeye’s hometown, and Hawkeye struggles to respond to a boy who holds doctors accountable for the death of his soldier brother.
Klinger supervises the creation of a cement floor in the OR, while Margaret is wooed by an amorous patient.
Margaret tries to whip the camp into shape before her father (Andrew Duggan) comes for a visit.
Death Takes a Holiday
The spirit of Christmas is felt at the 4077th during a truce as they throw a potluck party for the orphans, while Hawkeye, B.J. and Margaret try to keep a mortally wounded soldier alive until the day after Christmas.
A War For All Seasons
The lives of the 4077th M*A*S*H unit are seen through all four seasons of the year after Potter’s 1951 New Year’s Eve party. Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford received a Writers Guild Award nomination for this episode.
Your Retention, Please
Klinger decides to reenlist after learning his ex-wife is marrying his best friend.
Tell it To the Marines
With Charles temporarily in command, Hawkeye fights for the cause of an immigrant marine about to be discharged.
Taking the Fifth
Hawkeye uses a bottle of wine as bait for a date with a nurse, while Potter is mad at the Army for banning a certain anesthesia.
Charles indebts himself to Klinger for saving his life during an explosion, while a specialist (Tim O’Connor) is brought in to treat B.J. for an injury.
A hot night at the 4077th gets everyone irritated. John Rappaport received a Writers Guild Award nomination for this episode.
Klinger finds the perfect story to start his unit newspaper when half a million tongue depressers are sent to the 4077th. In one scene Alan Alda can be seen still wearing his blue, 1980’s-style sneakers.
No Laughing Matter
B.J.challenges Hawkeye to go through one day without making any jokes, while Charles confronts the colonel who sent him to Korea.
Oh, How We Danced
Hawkeye plans a surprise for B.J.’s wedding anniversary, while Charles offends a hot-tempered frontline officer. Catherine Bergstrom plays Peg.
Margaret is worried that her friend and colleague (Gail Strickland) has been drinking, while Hawkeye is a social pariah for embarrassing Charles too much during surgery.
The Red/White Blues
Potter is given too much kindess when word gets around about his blood pressure, while Klinger has an adverse reaction to medicine.
Bless You, Hawkeye
Potter calls Sidney for help when Hawkeye keeps sneezing nonstop. Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford received a Writers Guild Award nomination for this episode.
Hawkeye discovers troubling news regarding a patient’s (Patrick Swayze) blood test, while Father Mulcahy works his heart out to prepare the camp for a visiting Cardinal. Harry Morgan received a Directors Guild Award for this episode.
The Foresight Saga
Potter’s feeling down when his eyeglasses break, while a letter from Radar and fresh vegetables make everyone else happy.
The Life You Save
Charles becomes obsessed with death after surviving a near-fatal sniper attack.