M*A*S*H Episode Guide


M*A*S*H Episode Guide


M*A*S*H FAQ:  Episode Guide
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This is a list of episodes for CBS's television series M*A*S*H.
Also included are original network airdates, writers, directers,
and guest stars.

Season 1 to 3 summaries by Troy Wood <tdwood@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>
Season 4 to 8 summaries by Dean A. Dunn <dadunn@whale.st.usm.edu>
Season 9 to 11 summaries by Samuel H. Edwards <edwards@pond.com>
Final episode summary from "M*A*S*H  The Exclusive, Inside Story of 
T.V.'s Most Popular Show" 
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Season 1  (1972 - 1973)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, Larry Linville, Wayne Rogers,
               McLean Stevenson, Loretta Swit

1.   M*A*S*H -- The Pilot Episode  (J-301/Z-9522)
  
     September 17, 1972
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Karen Philipp, Patrick Adiarte, G. Wood, Timothy Brown,
                   Linda Meiklejohn, Laura Miller, George Morgan

     The Swamp's Korean houseboy, Ho John, is accepted to attend school at
Hawkeye's alma mater.  The camp raises  to send Ho John to Maine by
raffling a weekend in Tokyo with a nurse, much to the chagrin of Hot Lips
and Burns.  The winner?  Father Mulcahy!

2.   To Market, To Market  (J-303)
     September 24, 1972
     Written by Burt Styler
     Directed by Michael O'Herlihy
     Guest Stars:  G. Wood, Robert Ito, Jack Soo, John C. Johnson

     After the 4077th supply of hydrocortisone is hijacked by black market-
eers, Hawkeye and Trapper concoct a deal with a local black marketeer (Jack
Soo) to get some more.  The catch:  Henry's antique oak desk, which is
whisked away by chopper as Henry watches in disbelief.


3.   Requiem for a Lightweight  (J-308)
     October 1, 1972
     Written by Bob Klane
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Marcia Strassman, Sorrell Booke, Mike McGirr

     Trapper enters the intercamp boxing tournament to save a beautiful nurse
(Marcia Strassman) from being transferred out by Henry, at Hot Lips' request.


4.   Chief Surgeon Who?  (J-307) 
     October 8, 1972
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by E. W. Swackhamer
     Guest Stars:  Linda Meiklejohn, Jack Riley, Sorrell Booke, Timothy Brown,
                   Odessa Cleveland, Jamie Farr

     Frank and Hot Lips fume when Hawkeye is named chief surgeon over Frank.
They call up a general (Sorell Booke) who arrives in camp only to encounter
Klinger (his first appearance of the series), declares the camp nuts and
Hawkeye a genius.


5.   The Moose  (J-305)
     October 15, 1972
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Paul Jenkins, Virginia Lee, Craig Jue, Barbara Brownell,
                   Patrcik Adiarte, Tim Brown

     Hawkeye ends up winning a Korean girl as servant from the sergeant who
purchased her.  The girl, unfortunately, has a hard time understanding
Hawkeye when he attempts to set her free.


6.   Yankee Doodle Doctor  (J-310)
     October 22, 1972
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Lee Philips
     Guest Stars:  Ed Flanders, Bert Kramer, Herb Voland

     The camp makes a film in response to one made about the 4077th at
the request of a brigadier general.  Guest appearance by Ed Flanders.


7.   Bananas, Crackers, and Nuts (After Me, the Deluge)  (J-311)
     November 5, 1972
     Written by Burt Styler
     Directed by Bruce Bilson
     Guest Stars:  Stuart Margolin

     After being denied R&R, Hawkeye fakes insanity, causing many problems
for the psychiatrist (Stuart Margolin) sent to study him.


8.   Cowboy  (J-309)
     November 12, 1972
     Written by Bob Klane
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Billy Green Bush, Alicia Bond, Rick Moses, Joe Corey

     Henry refuses to let a chopper pilot go home, and the pilot feels there
is no alternative but to kill Henry.


9.   Henry, Please Come Home  (J-302)
     November 19, 1972
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by William Wiard
     Guest Stars:  G. Wood, William Christopher

     Due to the great success rate of the 4077th, Henry is transferred to
administrative duty in Tokyo.  Hawkeye and Trapper convince Radar to fake
an illness to get Henry to return.


10.  I Hate a Mystery  (J-306)
     November 26, 1972
     Written by Hal Dressner
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Bonnie Jones, Linda Meiklejohn

     Hawkeye plays detective when he becomes the chief suspect in a stealing
epidemic.  His sleuthful work leads him to the guilty party, none other than
Ho John (who still hasn't left for Maine).


11.  Germ Warfare  (J-304)
     December 10, 1972
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Terry Becker
     Guest Stars:  Robert Gooden, Karen Philipp, Byron Chung

     Hawkeye plays Dracula when he steals a pint of Frank's blood.  When he
suspects Frank of hepatitis, he works frantically (with Radar and Trapper)
to keep him away from everyone, including Hot Lips.


12.  Dear Dad  (J-313)
     December 17, 1972
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Bonnie Jones, Lizabeth Deen, Gary Van Orman

     Hawkeye writes his dad, describing the antics of the 4077th--including
Mulcahy convincing Klinger not to kill himself.  For the finale, Hawkeye goes
to the front dressed as Santa to help save a wounded soldier.


13.  Edwina  (J-312)
     December 24, 1972
     Written by Hal Dresner
     Directed by James Sheldon
     Guest Stars:  Arlene Golonka, Linda Meiklejohn, Marcia Strassman

     The nurses go to extremes to find a date of Nurse Eddie (Edwina)--they
won't go out with anyone until Eddie gets a date.  The men draw straws, and
Hawkeye is the big loser, especially after Eddie nearly kills him in a
scene resembling teenage "mating" rituals. :)


14.  Love Story  (J-314)
     January 7, 1973
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Earl Bellamy
     Guest Stars:  Kelly Jean Peters, Indira Danks, Barbara Brownell

     Radar gets a "Dear John" letter.  To help cheer him up, Hawkeye and
Trapper try to help him with a new nurse who's into classical literature and
music.  Radar's "Ahhhh, Bach!" and "That's highly significant," quotes win him
a friend in the nurse.


15.  Tuttle  (J-315)
     January 14, 1973
     Written by Bruce Shelly and David Ketchum
     Directed by William Wiard
     Guest Stars:  Herb Voland, Mary-Robin Redd, James Sikking

     Hawkeye and Trapper, with Radar's help, invent a fictitious Capt. Tuttle
so that his salary can be donated to help a local orphanage.  Almost caught
by James B. Sikking of Hill St. and Doogie Howser fame, Hawkeye must
sorrowfully tell the camp of Tuttle's fate to the whole camp--he leaped from
a chopper without a parachute.


16.  The Ringbanger  (J-316)
     January 21, 1973
     Written by Jerry Mayer
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Leslie Neilsen, Linda Meiklejohn

     A colonel (Leslie Nielsen) with a high casualty record in the object of
the attention of Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar, who conspire send him home
before he gets anyone else killed.


17.  Sometimes You Hear the Bullet  (J-318)
     January 28, 1973
     Written by Carl Kleinschmitt
     Directed by William Wiard
     Guest Stars:  James Callahan, Ronny Howard, Lynette Mettey

     Hawkeye is confronted with death when he is unable to save an old
journalist friend (James Callahan) who is killed on the front.  The death
spurs Hawkeye to send an underaged soldier (Ron Howard) home.  Meanwhile,
Frank throws out his back and applies for a Purple Heart.


18.  Dear Dad...Again  (J-317)
     February 4, 1973
     Written by Sheldon Keller and Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Alex Henteloff, Gail Bowman, Odessa Cleveland

     Hawkeye tells his dad of the cooling romance between Frank and Hot Lips
and Radar's correspondance corse.


19.  The Longjohn Flap  (J-319)
     February 18, 1973
     Written by Alan Alda
     Direct by William Wiard
     Guest Stars:  Kathleen King, Joseph Perry

     Hawkeye gets a pair of longjohns from home.  Feeling sorry for Trapper,
who has a cold, he gives him the longjohns, which pass into the hands of most
of the camp before getting back in Hawkeye's hands.


20.  The Army-Navy Game  (J-322)
     February 25, 1973
     Written by Sid Dorfman
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Alan Manson, David Doyle, Tom Richards

     The camp tunes-in to the Army-Navy football game, only to get bombed
and left with an unexploded shell in the compound.  When they try to defuse
the CIA bomb,it explodes--with American propaganda leaflets.


21.  Sticky Wicket  (J-321)
     March 4, 1973
     Written by Laurence Marks and Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Wayne Bryan, Lynette Mettey, Bonnie Jones

     Hawkeye and Frank argue over Frank's ability as a surgeon.  Then one
of Hawkeye's patients starts failing, Hawkeye starts reflecting about his
own abilities. It turns out he left a fragment in side, margret helps him out...


22.  Major Fred C. Dobbs  (J-320)
     March 11, 1973
     Written by Sid Dorfman
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Harvey J. Goldenberg

     A silly episode where Frank, who threatens transfer, is convinced to stay
when hears Hawkeye and Trapper say they discovered gold.  The joke's on
Frank when he finds, amongst other things, a gilded jeep!


23.  Ceasefire  (J-323)
     March 18, 1973
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Earl Bellamy
     Guest Stars:  Herb Voland

     The camp receives word that there's a ceasefire and erupts into
celebration, only to have their hopes shattered when wounded arrive.


24.  Showtime  (J-324)
     March 25, 1973
     Written by Robert Klane and Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Joey Forman, Harvey Goldenberg, Stanley Clay, Sheila 
                   Lauritsen, Oksun Kim

     An entertainer performs for the camp in the compound.

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Season 2  (1973 - 1974)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, Larry Linville, Wayne Rogers,
               McLean Stevenson, Loretta Swit


25.  Divided We Stand  (K-401)
     September 15, 1973
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Anthony Holland

     Gen. Clayton assigns a psychiatrist Capt. Hildebrand (Anthony Holland)
to examine the 4077th.  Henry tells them to be on their best behavior, or else
they will be split up.  But the 4077th soon begins to act in their traditional,
inane ways.


26.  5 O'Clock Charlie  (K-403)
     September 22, 1973
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Norman Tokar
     Guest Stars:  Norman Tokar

     An inept N. Korean pilot's bombings of (near) the camp become a spectator 
sport.  Frank complains that the pilot should be shot down, but it isn't until 
Gen. Clayton's jeep is bombed until any action is taken.


27.  Radar's Report  (K-402)
     September 29, 1973
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Joan Van Ark, Allan Arbus, Tom Dever

     Hot Lips and Frank request to have Kilnger examined by a psychiatrist(sydny),
Hawkeye flirts with a nurse (Joan Van Ark), and all the goings on are re-
ported to the Army in Radar's weekly report.


28.  For the Good of the Outfit  (K-404)
     October 6, 1973 
     Written by Jerry Mayer
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Frank Aletter

     The accidental shelling of the S. Korean village of Tai Dong gets Hawkeye 
and Trapper's attention.  While the Army accepts no responsibility, they do 
plan to rebuild the village, with its own soft ice cream maker!


29.  Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde  (K-405)
     October 13, 1973
     Written by Alan Alda and Robert Klane
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Jackie Cooper

     Hawkeye is on duty for 3 days straight, and decides to send the 4077th's 
latrine to N. Korea.


30.  Kim  (K-407)
     October 20, 1973
     Written by Marc Mandel, Larry Gelbart, and Laurence Marks
     Directed by William Wiard
     Guest Stars:  Leslie Evans, Edgar Raymond Miller, Ray Poss, Maggie
                   Roswell, Momo Yashima

     Trapper becomes very attached to an apparently orphaned little Korean boy 
named Kim, and wants to adopt him--that is, if he doesn't get blown to bits in 
the minefield.


31.  L.I.P. (Local Indigenous Personnel)  (K-406)
     October 27, 1973
     Written by Carl Kleinschmitt
     Directed by William Wiard
     Guest Stars:  Corinne Camacho, Burt Young, Jerry Zaks

     Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar blackmail a lt. with a few pranks to allow 
Cpl. Walker to marry a local Korean girl.


32.  The Trial of Henry Blake  (K-408)
     November 3, 1973
     Written by McLean Stevenson, Larry Gelbart, and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Hope Summers, Robert F. Smimon, Jack Aaron

     Houlihan and Burns challenge Col. Blake's fitness to command, and it is up
to Nurse Meg Cratty to come to the rescue.


33.  Dear Dad...Three  (K-409)
     November 10, 1973
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Mills Watson, Sivi Aberg, Arthue Abelson

     A bigoted sergeant seeking the right-"colored" blood learns a lesson in 
prejudice from the 4077th.


34.  The Sniper  (K-410)
     November 17, 1973
     Written by Richard M. Powell
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Teri Garr, Marcia Gelman, Dennis Troy

     A lone sniper has the 4077th pinned down--including Radar and Henry in 
the shower.  The poor boy thinks he's firing on McArthur's headquarters, and  
a chopper finally comes by and wounds him with gunfire from above, ending the 
seige.


35.  Carry On, Hawkeye  (K-411)
     November 24, 1973
     Written by Bernard Dilbert, Larry Gelbart, and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Lynette Mettey, Gwen Farrell, Marcia Gelman

     Hawkeye is the only doctor not struck down by the flu bug.  Houlihan must 
inject him in the rear with a flu shot!


36.  The Incubator  (K-412)
     December 1, 1973
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Robert F. Simon, Logan Ramsey, Vic Tayback

     Hawkeye and Trapper battle the Army in their efforts to get a badly needed
incubator for the 4077th. Eventually Radar trades Crnl. Blakes grill for it....


37.  Deal Me Out  (K-413)
     December 8, 1973
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Pat Morita, Allan Arbus, Edward Winter, John Ritter

     The weekly poker game is interrupted when Radar hits the infamous Whiplash
Wang with a jeep.  Pat Morita guests as one of the poker players.  A wounded 
soldier (John Ritter) getting counseling from Sidney Freedman (Alan Arbus) 
wants to kill Frank.  Edward Winter appears as Captain Hallorin.


38.  Hot Lips and Empty Arms  (K-414)
     December 15, 1973
     Written by Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Jackie Cooper, William Christopher

     Maj. Houlihan decides to dump Frank and requests a transfer.


39.  Officers Only  (K-415)
     December 22, 1973
     Written by Ed Jurist
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Robert F. Simon, Robert Weaver, Clyde Kusatsu

     Hawkeye and Trapper save Gen. Mitchell's son, and they get an officer's 
club as a reward--well, sort of an officer's club. The enlisted men protest
until hawkeye thinks of a plan to get them in..


40.  Henry in Love  (K-416)
     January 5, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Katherine Baumann, Odessa Cleveland, Sheila Lauritsen,
                   William Christopher

     Henry falls in love with Nancy Sue Parker, a former cheerleader from the 
Ohio State University :) while in Tokyo.  Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar try to 
prevent Henry from letting his marriage go up in smoke over her.


41.  For Want of a Boot  (K-417)
     January 12, 1974
     Written by Sheldon Keller
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Michael Lerner, Suzanne Zenor, Johnny Kaymer

     A riotous episode in which Hawkeye will do anything to get a new pair of 
boots.  In order to get Zale to get him some, he must get an appointment for 
Zale with Futterman, the camp dentist, who will only do it if Henry will give 
him a pass to Tokyo, and Henry will only grant the pass if Houlihan will get 
off his back, which she will do only if the guys throw a party for Frank's 
birthday with a cake, and Radar will only help get the cake if he gets a date 
with Nurse Murphy, who will only date someone with a hair dryer, and Klinger 
won't give up the hair dryer unless he gets a section 8 (and Frank won't sign).
The deal falls through, much to the chagrin of Hawkeye.


42.  Operation Noselift  (K-418)
     January 19, 1974
     Written by Erik Tarloff
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Stuart Margolin

     Hawkeye and Trapper arrange for an unauthorized nosejob for an unlisted 
man with a huge schnozz (Mulcahy concurs).  But Hawkeye's cohort who agrees to 
do the job has other interests, mainly bagging a nurse.


43.  The Chosen People  (K-419)
     January 26, 1974
     Written by Laurence Marks, Sheldon Keller, and Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Jackie Cooper
     Guest Stars:  Pat Morita, Clare Nono, Dennis Robertson, Jay Jay Jue,
                   Jerry Fujikawa

     The local Korean family move in to the 4077th compound. A korean woman
accuses Radar of fathering her child. He tries to take the blame but blood
tests prove he's not the father....


44.  As You Were  (K-420)
     February 2, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Patricia Stevens

     The 4077th has no wounded for several days, until they start pouring in 
again.


45.  Crisis  (K-421)
     February 9, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Jeff Maxwell, Alberta Jay

     Supply lines to the 4077th are cut.  Consequently, the personnel must find
ways to deal with the shortages.


46.  George  (K-422)
     February 16, 1974
     Written by John Regier and Gary Markowitz
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Richard Ely, George Simmons

     In an episode that would fit the headlines in 1993, Burns tries to slap a 
dishonorable discharge on a decorated soldier who admits to being a homosexual.


47.  Mail Call  (K-423
     February 23, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Dennis Troy, Sheila Lauritsen, William Christopher

     The arrival of a new batch of mail makes Trapper depressed and he wants to
desert, despite Hawkeye's efforts otherwise.  Meanwhile, Hawkeye learns he has 
successfully tricked Frank into buying stocks in the fictitious company, 
Pioneer Aviation.


48.  A Smattering of Intelligence  (K-424)
     March 2, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Larry Gelbart
     Guest Stars:  Edward Winter, Bill Fletcher

     A classic episode in which Col. Flagg and another secret agent from 
another intelligence agency come to the 4077th to keep their eyes on one 
another and the camp.  Hawkeye and Trapper trick them both into thinking that 
Burns is a traitor--one thinks he's a facist, the other thinks he's a 
communist.

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Season 3  (1974 - 1975)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, Larry Linville, Wayne Rogers,
               McLean Stevenson, Loretta Swit

49.  The General Flipped at Dawn  (B-308)
     September 10, 1974
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Larry Gelbart
     Guest Stars:  Harry Morgan (!!!), Jamie Farr, Bill Christopher, Lynnette 
                   Mettey, Theodore Wilson, Brad Trumbull, Dennis Erdman

     In a stunning performance that won him a role as Col. Potter, Harry Morgan
guests as loony General Bartford Hamilton Steele.  Even Klinger thinks Gen.
Steele is nuts when he mistakes Klinger for his wife, Marjorie.  Morgan won an
Emmy for his performance in this episode.


50.  Rainbow Bridge  (B-301)
     September 17, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Bill Christopher, Mako, Leland Sun, Bobbie 
                   Mitchell, Loudon Wainwright III

     As Hawkeye and Trapper are planning to leave for Tokyo, an unusual offer
to swap POW patients between the Chinese and the 4077th comes in.  Henry, after
much debate, agrees to send Hawk, Trap, Burns, Radar, and Klinger into enemy
territory.  Burns almost botches the swap when he brings a real gun (a real
small gun) to the exchange.  Fortunately, the Chinese Dr. Lin Tam has a sense
of humor (he went to U. of Illinois, after all).


51.  Officer of the Day  (B-307)
     September 24, 1974
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Bill Christopher, Edward Winter, Dennis Troy, 
                   Jeff Maxwell, Jerry Fujikawa, Tad Horino, Richard Lee Sung, 
                   Mitchell Sakamoto, Norman Hamano, Mary Katherine Peters, 
                   Tom Lawrence

     While Henry is away in Seoul, Burns and Houlihan are in charge, and
Hawkeye is the officer of the day.  His refusal to release a wounded Korean
wanted by US Intelligence leads to a confrontation with Col. Flagg.


52.  Iron Guts Kelly  (B-304)
     October 1, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Sid Dorfman
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  James Gregory, Keen Curtis, Bobbie Mitchell, Byron Chung, 
                   Alberto Jay, Jeff Maxwell, Dennis Troy

     General Iron Guts Kelly dies inconveniently in Houlihan's tent
(perhaps the excitement was too much?!), so his aide sets out to make
it appear as if the general has died gloriously in battle.


53.  O.R.  (B-306)
     October 8, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Bill Christopher, Allan Arbus, Odessa Cleveland,
                   Bobbie Mitchell, Bobby Herbeck, Orlando Dole, 
                   Jeanne Schulherr, Roy Goldman, Leland Sun

     The OR is filled with more wounded than the unit can handle.  Dr. Freedman
drops in during the deluge as well.


54.  Springtime  (B-303)
     October 15, 1974
     Written by Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Bill Christopher, Alex Karras, Mary Kay Place, 
                   Greg Mabrey, Kelleye Nakahara, Gwen Farrell, Pat Stevens, 
                   Roy Goldman, Jeff Maxwell

     When spring arrives, Klinger gets word from home that his sweethart back
in Toledo wants to marry him.  Father Mulcahy (with help from Radar) arranges
to do this over short wave radio (?).  Radar falls in love with a nurse, while
a grateful patient won't leave Hawkeye alone--even threatens Maj. Burns.


55.  Check-Up  (B-312)
     October 22, 1974
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Patricia Stevens, Jeff Maxwell

     Trapper gets an ulcer and a ticket home.  Unfortunately, his going-away
party is spoiled by a new Army regulation which forces him to stay.


56.  Life With Father  (B-302)
     October 29, 1974
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Bill Christopher, Sachiko Penny Lee

     Mail from home worries Henry that Lorraine may be seeing other men, and the
Fathers Sister migh leave the convent. Father Mulcahy presides over a Jewish 
circumcision ceremony for the Korean-born son of a US GI, under the protest of frank
and Margret.


57.  Alcoholics Unanimous  (B-314)
     November 12, 1974
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Bobbie Mitchell, William Christopher

     Henry's departure to Tokyo leaves Maj. Burns in charge of the 4077th.
He declares total prohibition of alcohol, which leads to a near riot amongst 
the camp (especially from Hawkeye and Trapper).


58.  There is Nothing Like a Nurse  (B-309)
     November 19, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Loudon Wainwright III, Bill Christopher, Bobbie
                   Mitchell, Molli Benson, Jeanne Schulherr, Leland Sun

     The nurses are evacuated when the threat of an enemy parachute
drop arises.  Hawkeye and Trapper try to enliven everyone's spirits
with them gone.


59.  Adam's Ribs  (B-316)
     November 26, 1974
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Basil Hoffman, Joe Stern, Jeff Maxwell

     A riotous episode!  Hawkeye, driven near insanity, starts a riot
in the mess tent after several weeks of "a river of liver and an ocean
of fish."  To spice up their diets, Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar scheme
to get spare ribs sent to the 4077th from Chicago.  The ribs arrive,
just in time for the arrival of wounded.


60.  A Full Rich Day  (B-311)
     December 3, 1974
     Written by John D. Hess
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, William Watson, Sirri Murad, Curt Lowens, 
                   Michael Keller, Kelleye Nakahara

     Hawkeye records a letter to his dad, detailing the exploits of a mad
Turkish soldier who calls Hawkeye a "damn good Joe," the unfortunate loss of
the corpse of a Luxembourg soldier (who turns out not to be dead), and of a
gun-happy officer.


61.  Mad Dogs and Servicemen  (B-317)
     December 10, 1974
     Written by Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Michael O'Keefe, Shizuko Hoshi, Arthur Song, Jeff Maxwell, 
                   Bobbie Mitchell

     Radar is bitten by a local dog, and the camp conducts a search to find the
pooch so that Radar doesn't have to undergo a series of painful rabies 
vaccinations.  Hawkeye defies Frank to take care of a GI who's suffering from a
case of hysterical paralysis.


62.  Private Charles Lamb  (B-310)
     December 31, 1974
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Sid Dorfman
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Ted Eccles, Titos Vandis, Gene Chronopoulos

     A Greek feast at the camp is foiled when soft-hearted Radar saves the main
course from the spit--a lamb, whom Radar tricks Henry into giving a medical
discharge and sends home to Ottumwa.  Thus, Hawkeye and Trapper invent the
famed Spam Lamb!


63.  Bombed  (B-320)
     January 7, 1975
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Louisa Moritz, 
                   Edward Marshall

     The camp is under fire and is swamped with wounded.  Maj. Burns is driven 
with jealousy of Trapper into proposing to Houlihan.


64.  Bulletin Board  (B-323)
     January 14, 1975
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Johnny Haymer, Patricia 
                   Stevens, Kelleye Nakahara

     Camp activities include Henry's nervous delivery of a sex lecture (while 
Hawkeye and Trapper heckle), a Shirley Temple movie, and a cookout.


65.  The Consultant  (B-318)
     January 21, 1975
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Robert Klane
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  William Christopher, Robert Alda, Joseph Maher, Tad Horino

     Dr. Borelli visits to demonstrate his artery transplant technique.  
Unfortunately, being so close to the front at the 4077th causes Borelli's 
drinking problem to interfere at the worst time--when a patient needs the 
transplant.


66.  House Arrest  (B-315)
     February 4, 1975
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Mary Wickes, Bobbie 
                   Mitchell, Jeff Maxwell, Dennis Troy, Kelleye Nakahara

     Hawkeye hits Maj. Burns and Houlihan is a witness, despite Hawkeye and
Trapper's claims that it wasn't intentional.  A female colonel is sent to
investigate Houlihan's nursing staff.  She comes on to Burns, but cries
"Rape!" when Houlihan walks in on them.  Houlihan recants her story, and
Burns, not Hawkeye, ends up under house arrest.


67.  Aid Station  (B-322)
     February 11, 1975
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Tom Dever

     Hawkeye, Houlihan, and Klinger go to an aid station at the front.  Working 
closely together under heavy fire and unsanitary medical conditions, the three 
return to camp with new found respect for one another.


68.  Love and Marriage  (B-321)
     February 18, 1975
     Written by Arthur Julian
     Directed by Lee Philips
     Guest Stars:  Soon-Tek Oh, Johnny Haymer, Dennis Dugan, Jerry Fujikawa, 
                   Pat Li, Bob Gruber, Jeanne Joe, William Christopher

     Hawkeye and Trapper prevent one GI from marrying a call girl who has TB, 
while trying to set up another Korean soldier join his pregnant wife (with 
Radar's help of course).


69.  Big Mac  (B-313)
     February 25, 1975
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Graham Jarvis, Loudon Wainwright III, Bob 
                   Courtleigh, Jeanne Schulherr

     The camp prepares for a visit from General MacArthur.  Klinger dresses as
the Statue of Liberty as the General's jeep drives through the camp.  Mac
Arthur is so impressed, he salutes!


70.  Payday  (B-305)
     March 4, 1975
     Written by John Regier and Gary Markowitz
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, Bill Christopher, Jack Soo, Eldo Quick, 
                   Johnny Haymer, Mary Katherine Peters, Bobbie Mitchell, 
                   Jeff Maxwell, Leland Sun, George Holloway, George Simmons, 
                   Pat Marshall

     Payday arrives, bringing lots of 18204 for Hawkeye (for claiming he wasn't
getting what he should because of the war).  Burns buys his wife a pearl
necklace, and gives the fakes to Houlihan.  Trapper finally wins a huge poker
pot after stealing Hawk's watch, only to see the loot vanish to save Hawkeye's
neck (since he gave his windfall to the orphanage).


71.  White Gold  (B-319)
     March 11, 1975
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Edward Winter, Hilly 
                    Hicks, Stafford Repp, Michael A. Salcido, Danil Thorpe

     Colonel Flagg blows into camp trying to obtain penicillin to barter for 
information.  But Flagg comes down with appendicitis, and the only penicillin 
he gets is in the keister.


72.  Abyssinia, Henry  (B-324)
     March 18, 1975
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Larry Gelbart
     Guest Stars:  Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Kimiko Hiroshige, Virginia 
                   Lee, Cherylene Lee, Ray Poss

     A classic!  Henry finally gets his discharge.  While Henry is tying things 
up, Burns prepares for his new command.  Henry bids a tearful adieu, but not 
before Klinger turns up in an outrageous tropical outfit (and gets Henry to zip
him up) and a kiss to Houlihan.  He gives Radar a hug and his last order:  "You
behave yourself, or I'm gonna come back and kick your butt!"  In the 
traumatic and shocking last scene, Radar announces that Henry has been killed 
when his plane was shot down over the Sea of Japan.

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Season 4  (1975 - 1976)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, Larry Linville, Mike Farrell,
               Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr

73.  Welcome to Korea  (G-504-506)
     September 12, 1975
     Written by Everett Greenbaum, Jim Fritzell, and Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Robert A. Karnes, Arthur Song, Shirlee Kong 

     Frank's dream is realized--he's in charge, but Hawkeye is unchanged --
he skips camp, runs a blockade to find Trapper, who's gone, and welcomes
a new surgeon, B.J. Hunnicutt.  (1 Hour Show)


74.  Change of Command  (G-501)
     September 19, 1975
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars: None  

     Frank settles in as commanding officer, only to have a new one
appointed over his head, one that to his chagrin fits in very well.


75.  It Happened One Night  (G-502)
     September 26, 1975
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner; story by Gene Reynolds
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Christopher Allport, Darren O'Connor  

     A freezing night, an artillery barrage that's coming too close,
a patient going downhill, and Frank's searching Hot Lips' tent for
his letters.


76.  The Late Captain Pierce  (G-507)
     October 3, 1975
     Written by Glen Charles and Les Charles
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Richard Masur, Eldon Quick 

     When Hawkeye's father is notified that he's dead, he finds it's no
easy matter either to get word to him or to establish that he's alive.


77.  Hey, Doc  (G-510)
     October 10, 1975
     Written by Rich Mittleman
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  Frank Marth, Bruce Kirby, Ted Hamilton  

     Quid pro quo at the 4077th:  two bottles of Scotch for secret surgery,
a tank to scare off snipers for an unauthorized shot of penicillin.


78.  The Bus  (G-512)
     October 17, 1975
     Written by John D. Hess
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Soon Teck Oh  

     Radar, driving Hawkeye and others back from a medical meeting, gets
lost and stalls the bus, but all are saved by a surrendering Korean (Soon-
Teck Oh).


79.  Dear Mildred  (G-505)
     October 24, 1975
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  None 

     While Potter writes home, Frank and Hot Lips have a wood carving made
for him and Radar rescues a horse and makes him a present of it.


80.  The Kids  (G-511)
     October 31, 1975
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Ann Doran, Mitchell Sakamoto, Huanani Minn  

     The 4077th plays host to kids bombed out of their orphanage, and at
the same time has to deliver a baby and care for battle casualties.


81.  Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?  (G-513)
     November 7, 1975
     Written by Burt Prelutsky
     Directed by Larry Gelbart
     Guest Stars:  Allan Arbus, Edward Winter, Alan Fudge  

     Intelligence officer Flagg (Edward Winter) and psychiatrist Sidney
Freedman (Allan Arbus) grapple for the fate of a wounded officer (Alan
Fudge) who says he's Jesus Christ.


82.  Dear Peggy  (G-509)
     November 11, 1975
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Ned Beatty, Dennis Troy  

     B.J. writes home to his wife, reporting Klinger's escape attempts, the
visit of a formidable chaplain (Ned Beatty), and one of Frank's goof-ups.


83.  Of Moose and Men  (G-503)
     November 21, 1975
     Written by Jay Folb
     Directed by John Erman
     Guest Stars:  Johnny Haymer, Lois Foraker, Jeff Maxwell 

     Hawkeye tangles with a tough Army colonel (Tim O'Conner), B.J. helps a
GI (Johnny Haymer) who's gotten a "Dear John," and Frank looks endlessly for
Korean saboteurs.


84.  Soldier of the Month  (G-514)
     November 28, 1975
     Written by Linda Bloodworth
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Johnny Haymer 

     Frank has a fever and makes a will leaving all his money to his wife
and all his clothes to Hot Lips.


85.  The Gun  (G-517)
     December 2, 1975
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Warren Stevens  

     A wounded colonel's gun, a showpiece, disappears, and Hawkeye and
B.J. play a hunch and bluff Frank, who has it, into returning it.

86. Mail Call Again (G-518) 

     December 9, 1975
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by George Tyne
     Guest Stars:  None  

     Mail brings a letter to Frank saying his wife is divorcing him, and
one to Potter telling him he's going to be a grandfather.


87.  The Price of Tomato Juice  (G-519)
     December 16, 1975
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  James Jeter  

     Radar gets the help of Hawkeye and B.J. to procure something Colonel
Potter says he's fond of but that's hard to come by--tomato juice.


88.  Dear Ma  (G-515)
     December 23, 1975
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Redmond Gleeson, Byron Chung, John Fujioka 

     Radar writes home to his mother, as Hawkeye conducts the camp foot
inspection and Colonel Potter gets some shrapnel in his backside from a sniper.


89.  Der Tag  (G-522)
     January 6, 1976
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Joe Morton, John Voldstad, George Simmons, William
                   Grant  

     Potter decides Frank would be less of a pain if the others were more
friendly to him; they oblige, with some startling results.


90.  Hawkeye  (G-520)
     January 13, 1976
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner
     Directed by Larry Gelbart
     Guest Stars:  Philipe Ahn, Shizuko Hoshi, Susan Sakimoto  

     When Hawkeye is injured in a jeep accident and, aware he has a
concussion, babbles to a Korean family to keep himself awake.


91.  Some 38th Parallels  (G-521)
     January 20, 1976
     Written by John Regier and Gary Markowitz
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  George O'Hanlon, Lynette Mettey, Richard Lee Sung, 
                   Ray Poss  

     Frank tries to distinguish himself by selling the camp garbage, but
it's Hawkeye who finds a use for it:  he dumps it on a troublesome colonel
(George O'Hanlon, Jr.).


92.  The Novocaine Mutiny  (G-523)
     January 27, 1976
     Written by Burt Prelutsky
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars:  Ned Wilson, Johnny Haymer, Patricia Stevens  

     Frank has Hawkeye up on charges of mutiny for various infractions when
Potter was away on leave and Frank was the C.O.


93.  Smilin' Jack  (G-508)
     February 3, 1976
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Robert Hogan, Dennis Kort, Michael A. Salcido, Alba
                   Francesca  

     The 4077th turns up a sick helicopter pilot (Robert Hogan) who doesn't
want to quit and a twice-wounded GI (Dennis Kort) who does.


94.  The More I See You  (G-524)
     February 10, 1976
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Blythe Danner, Mary Jo Catlett 

     Hawkeye is reunited with a woman (Blythe Danner) he thought was out of
his life forever, but who never altogether leaves.


95.  Deluge  (G-516)
     February 17, 1976
     Written by Larry Gelbart and Simon Muntner
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  None  

     A sudden deluge of wounded at the 4077th is followed by a fire and a
rainstrom to make matters difficult for the staff.


96.  The Interview  (G-525)
     February 24, 1976
     Written by Larry Gelbart
     Directed by Larry Gelbart (His final episode)
     Guest Stars:  Clete Roberts  

     A stateside television correspondent (Clete Roberts) interviews M*A*S*H
personnel. (in Black & White)

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Season 5  (1976 - 1977)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, Larry Linville, Mike Farrell,
               Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher

97.  Bug Out  (U-801-802)
     September 21, 1976
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Ricahrd Lee Sung, Frances Fong, Don Eitner, Barry Cahill,
                   Peter Zapp, James Lough, Eileen Saki, Ko-Ko Tani 

     After a rumor grows out of proportion, the 4077th moves out, assured
that the Chinese are about to attack.  Hawkeye, B.J., and Hot Lips remain
behind as they are in the middle of critical surgery.  All is well when
the Chinese are pushed back and the camp returns. (one hour show)


98.  Margaret's Engagement  (U-803)
     September 28, 1976
     Written by Gary Markowitz
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  None

     Margaret, calling from Tokyo, holds the camp in suspense until she
returns with the news of her engagement to Lieutenant Colonel Donald
Penobscott.  Frank Burns takes the news hard and arresta a Korean family
as spies.


99.  Out of Sight, Out of Mind  (U-806)
     October 5, 1976
     Written by Ken Levine and Davis Isaacs
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Tom Sullivan, Judy Farrell, Enid Kent, Dudley Knight,
                   Michael Cedar

     While fixing a stove that explodes, Hawkeye's face is badly burned.
His eyes are bandaged, and it is not known if he will ever see again.
Meanwhile Frank bets on the outcome of a baseball game which he has
already heard on the radio.  After much tension in the camp the bandages
come off, and happily, Hawkeye can see again.


100. Lt. Radar O'Reilly  (U-805)
     October 12, 1976
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Alan Rafkin
     Guest Stars:  Sandy Kenyon, Johnny Kaymer, Raymond Chao 

     After an offer of promotion made by Master Sergeant Woodruff at a poker
game, Radar is promoted to the rank of lieutenant.  Finding this position
awkward, Radar opts to return to his position as an enlisted man.


101. The Nurses  (U-809)
     October 19, 1976
     Written by Linda Bloodworth
     Directed by Joan Darling
     Guest Stars:  Linda Kelsey, Gregory Harrison, Mary Jo Catlett, 
                   Carol Lawson Locatell, Patricia Sturges  

     When Hot Lips confines Nurse Baker (Linda Kelsey) to her quarters,
little does she know that Baker's husband (Gregory Harrison) has arrived
in the camp.  Hawkeye and B.J. put them together in Hot Lips' tent, tell-
ing everyone that a quarantined patient has been placed there.  When Hot
Lips discovers what has happened, she breaks down and refuses to press
charges.


102. The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan  (U-808)
     October 26, 1976
     Written by Allan Katz and Don Reo; story by Gene Reynolds
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Edward Winter, June Kim, Le Quynh, Susan Bredhoff  

     After hearing that North Korean prisoners have been released in the
area, everyone is upset when Margaret disappears.  Colonel Flagg (Edward
Winter) is called in and bungles things in his usual manner.  Finally Hot
Lips returns, after helping in the birth of a Korean baby.


103. Dear Sigmund  (U-810)
     November 9, 1976
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Allan Arbus, Charles Frank, Bart Breverman, Sal
                   Viscuso, J. Andreww Kenny, Jennifer Davis 

     Major Sidney Freedman (Allan Arbus), feeling depressed, visits the
4077th to observe how they fare under the pressures of war.  He begins
a letter to Sigmund Freud as a form of self-therapy.  Freedman releases
his tension in the form of a practical joke with B.J., aimed at Frank Burns.


104. Mulcahy's War  (U-812)
     November 16, 1976
     Written by Richard Cogan
     Directed by George Tyne
     Guest Stars:  Brian Byers, Ric Mancini, Richard Foronjy, Ray Poss 

     After Frank discovers that Danny Fitzsimmons has shot himself to get
out of combat, Father Mulcahy is called in.  Realizing his lack of under-
standing of the fighting, Mulcahy accompanies Radar to an aid station where
they encounter the front.  Mulcahy performs an emergency tracheotomy guided
by Hawkeye on the radio.


105. The Korean Surgeon  (U-814)
     November 23, 1976
     Written by Bill Idelson
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Soon Tech Oh, Robert Ito, Larry Hama, Richard Russell
                   Ramos, Dennis Troy 

     When Syn Paik (Soon-Teck Oh), a North Korean surgeon, arrives with some
wounded, he is passed off as a South Korean by Hawkeye and B.J., but to no
avail.  Hot Lips and Frank try to convince Potter that Paik is a spy.  Paik,
Hawkeye, and B.J. agree that it would be in the interest of all for Syn to
leave.


106. Hawkeye Get Your Gun  (U-813)
     November 30, 1976
     Written by Jay Folb; story by Gene Reynolds and Jay Folb
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  Mako, Richard Doyle, Jae Woo Lee, Thomas Botosan,
                   Phyllis Katz, Carmine Scelza  

     After 24 hours of surgery, Hawkeye and Potter venture off to a Korean
hospital to lend a hand.  Hawkeye is appalled to learn that he must carry
a gun.  After helping the Koreans, they are shelled on the way back.  They
scramble from the jeep before it is shelled, and Potter urges Hawkeye to
shoot in self-defense, against Hawkeye's will.


107. The Colonel's Horse  (U-811)
     December 7, 1976
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  None 

     While Colonel Potter goes to Tokyo on R & R, his horse develops colic,
Klinger becomes chronically depressed, and Hot Lips gets appendicitis.  The
horse is flushed out with a hose, Hawkeye and B.J. perform an appendectomy
on Hot Lips, and all are well when Potter returns, except Klinger.  Potter
offers Klinger a discharge for severe depression, and Klinger gets very
excited, which loses him the discharge.


108. Exorcism  (U-815)
     December 14, 1976
     Written by Jay Folb; story by Gene Reynolds and Jay Folb
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Virginia Ann Lee, James Canning, Phillip Ahn  

     After Potter orders Radar to move a Korean spirit post believed to ward
off evil spirits, things mysteriously begin to go wrong.  When an old Korean
man (Philip Ahn) is brought into camp for medical attention, he refuses
surgery unless the end spirits in the camp are exorcised.  A priestess is
brought in who exhibits her dance and her bells and chants.  All is well,
and Radar returns the spirit post to its original position.


109. Hawk's Nightmare  (U-804)
     December 21, 1976
     Written by Burt Prelutsky
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Allan Arbus, Patricia Stevens, Sean Roche  

     After Hawkeye bemoans the young age of the wounded, he appears to
develop problems.  Sleepwalking and bad dreams, according to Dr. Sidney
Freedman (Allan Arbus), are taking Hawkeye back to a simple time, but the
horrors of war continue to intrude.  After assurance by Dr. Freedman that
he is as sane as can be, Hawkeye's life once again seems to settle down.


110. The Most Unforgettable Characters  (U-818)
     January 4, 1977
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Jeff Maxwell 

     Radar gets accepted to the "Famous Las Vegas Writers School" and begins
to write his impressions of the camp.  It happens to be Frank's birthday, so
Hawkeye and B.J. stage a fight with each other to make Frank happy.


111. 38 Across  (U-821)
     January 11, 1977
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Dick O'Neill, Oliver Clark  

     Befuddled by a crossword puzzle, Hawkeye persuades Potter to get his
old friend Tippy Brooks (Oliver Clark), a whiz at puzzles, brought to camp.
Tippy arrives from his aircraft carries with his commanding officer (Dick
O'Neill) amidst many casualties, and provides the needed solution to the
puzzle.


112. Ping Pong  (U-817)
     January 18, 1977
     Written by Sid Dorfman
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  Richards Narita, Frank Maxwell, Sachiko Penny Lee  

     Lieutenant Colonel Harold Becket (Roy Goldman) lies wounded in post-op
waiting to get back to the front for thirty more days of combat duty to get
his promotion.  Meanwhile, Cho Lin (Richard Narita), the Ping Pong champ,
is engaged to Soony (Sachiko).  He leaves to get her a ring, when he is
conscripted by the South Korean army.  He arrives at the 4077th as a
wounded soldier, and after being patched up he is married at the camp.


113. End Run  (U-816)
     January 25, 1977
     Written by John D. Hess
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars:  Henry Brown, Johnny Haymer  

     Billy Tyler (Henry Brown), a young black sergeant, is brought into
camp with a bullet wound in the leg.  He is a football player, and when
he discovers that his leg has been amputated, he wants to die.  After
talks with Radar, Billy agrees that he must live on.


114. Hanky Panky  (U-822)
     February 1, 1977
     Written by Gene Reynolds
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Ann Sweeney  

     Nurse Carrie Donovan (Ann Sweeny) receives a "Dear Jane" letter from
her husband and practically falls apart.  B.J. consoles her, and they spend
the night together.  Feelings of guilt come over B.J. until he discusses
them with Donovan and the air is cleared.


115. Hepatitis  (U-823)
     February 8, 1977
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Barbara James  

     Father Mulcahy comes down with infectious hepatitis while B.J. performs
a very difficult operation and Hawkeye deals with a psychosomatic back pain.


116. The General's Practitioner  (U-807)
     February 15, 1977
     Written by Burt Prelutsky
     Directed by Alan Rafkin
     Guest Stars:   Edward T Binns, Leonard Stone, Suesie Elene  

     In the midst of Hawkeye's being considered, much to his distaste, as a
general's personal physician, Radar becomes a surrogate father to a Korean
woman (Suesie Elene) and her baby, until the baby's GI father (Larry Wilcox)
returns.


117. Movie Tonight  (U-824)
     February 22, 1977
     Written by Gene Reynolds, Don Reo, Allan Katz, and Jay Folb
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Enid Kent, Judy Farrell, Jeffrey Kramer 

     As a cure for the increased tension at the 4077th, Potter gets a film
("My Darling Clementine") and makes a social event out of it.  As the
film continues to break, tensions rise, until Mulcahy plays the piano,
Radar does his impersonations, and everyone acts out scenes from the film.


118. Souvenirs  (U-819)
     March 1, 1977
     Written by Burt Prelutsky; story by Burt Prelutsky and Reinhold Weege
     Directed by Joshua Shelley
     Guest Stars:  Michael Bell, Brian Dennehy, Scott Mulhern  

     Korean children and American soldiers are often badly wounded when they
hunt for souvenirs which the enemy has booby-trapped.  Potter asks for it to
stop, and Hawkeye and B.J. put a local junk dealer (Michael Bell) out of
business.


119. Post Op  (U-825)
     March 8, 1977
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs; story by Gene Reynolds and
       Jay Folb
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Hilly Hicks, Sal Viscuso, Andy Romano 

     In the midst of a deluge of patients and their individual medical
histories, the 4077th is out of blood.  Everyone in camp is donating
blood at 48-hour intervals when a truckload of Turkish soldiers arrive
to offer their blood and save the day.


120. Margaret's Marriage  (U-820)
     March 15, 1977
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Gene Reynolds
     Guest Stars:  Beeson Carroll, Judy Farrell, Lynne Marie Stewart,
                   Ray Poss, Kellye Nakahara  

     Prompted by pressure from Frank, Hot Lips sets a date for marriage with
Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott.  When Donald (Beeson Carroll) arrives
in camp for the wedding, a bridal shower and bachelor party are given.  When
he has passed out drunk, Hawkeye and B.J. place Donald in a body cast and
convince him that he has broken his leg.  The ceremony is performed and
Donald and Hot Lips leave for a week's honeymoon in Tokyo.

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Season 6  (1977 - 1978)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, David Ogden Stiers, Mike Farrell,
               Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher

121. Fade Out, Fade In  (Y-101-102)
     September 20, 1977
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars:  James Lough, Raymond Singer, Tom Stovall, Rick Hurst,
                   Robert Symonds, William Flatley, Joseph Burns, Barbara
                   James

     After Margaret leaves for her honeymoon, Frank becomes very distraught,
so Potter sends him on R & R.  All throughout a deluge of casualties, the
4077th receives reports of a Frank Burns gone berserk.  Potter calls Tokyo
and requests a replacement surgeon.  Major Charles Emerson Winchester III
(David Ogden Stiers) is assigned to the 4077th.  Frank Burns is apprehended,
promoted, and transferred to a VA hospital in Indiana.  Winchester is made
a permanent part of the 4077th staff. (one hour show)


122. Fallen Idol  (Y-104)
     September 27, 1977
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:   Frances Fong, Robin Riker, Larry Gilman, Roy Goldman 

     At Hawkeye's suggestion, Radar goes to Seoul to find a woman at the
Pink Pagoda.  Radar never gets there because of shelling along the way,
and is flown to the 4077th.  Hawkeye, feeling tremendous guilt, is unable
to perform an operation to save Radar, and is replaced by Potter.  Hawkeye
and Radar have a falling out as they lose respect for each other's actions.
All is well in the end as Hawkeye pins a Purple Heart on Radar after he has
recuperated.


123. Last Laugh  (Y-103)
     October 4, 1977
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  James Cromwell, Robert Karnes, John Ashton

     Madness strikes as B.J. and his old friend Bardonaro (James Cromwell)
play a series of practical jokes on each other as Bardonaro is about to
leave Korea.


124. War of Nerves  (Y-106)
     October 11, 1977
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Allan Arbus, Michael O'Keefe, Peter Reigert 

     The 4077th, caught up in tension and nerves, creates a bonfire to
release their pressure.  Meanwhile Sidney Freedman is depressed by a
soldier who blames him for his injuries because Freedman had sent him
back into combat.


125. The Winchester Tapes  (Y-107)
     October 18, 1977
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Thomas Carter, Kimiko Hiroshige 

     Hawkeye tries unsuccessfully to get to Seoul to see a Nurse Gilmore
for the weekend.  Meanwhile, Winchester has taped a letter home asking for
his influential parents to help get him back to the States.  To get even,
Hawkeye and B.J. switch Winchester's clothes, causing Winchester to alter
his eating patterns.


126. The Light That Failed  (Y-108)
     October 25, 1977
     Written by Burt Prelutsky
     Directed by Chrales S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Enid Kent, Gary Erwin, Philip Baker Hall  

     With supplies low, the 4077th gets a truckload of ice cream churns
and salt tablets.  B.J. receives a mystery novel that everyone in camp
reads in turn.  The last page is missing and the solution to the mystery
is undiscovered until B.J. calls the author by long distance.


127. In Love and War  (Y-112)
     November 1, 1977
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Kieu Chinh, Susan Krebs, Soorah Ahn, Enid Kent  

     Hawkeye falls in love with Kyong Soon (Kieu Chinh), a Korean woman who
is caring for her sick mother and orphaned children.  All hope is lost as
Kyung takes her possessions and the children to the south after her mother
has died.


128. Change Day  (Y-113)
     November 8, 1977
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Phillip Ahn, Noel Toy, Glenn Ash, Richard Lee Sung  

     Charles plots a scheme to get rich when he discovers that blue scrip
is going to be exchanged for red scrip.  Hawkeye and B.J. outsmart him,
and he is left holding the worthless scrip.


129. Images  (Y-105)
     November 15, 1977
     Written by Burt Prelutsky
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Susan Blanchard, Larry Block, John Durren  

     Radar notices a number of tattoos on one of the wounded and convinces
himself that with a tattoo he will be irresistible to women.  Everyone tries
to discourage him, and he admits to having received a tattoo that will wash
off.


130. The M*A*S*H Olympics  (Y-111)
     November 22, 1977
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Mike Henry, Michael McManus  

     Realizing how out of shape the 4077th is, Potter decides to hold a camp
Olympic competition.  The winning team gets a three-day pass, so everyone is
excited.  Donald Penobscot (Mike Henry) arrives and is allowed to substitute
for an ailing Klinger.  Hawkeye's team wins, and B.J. must then chauffeur
Hawkeye around in a wheelchair for a week.


131. The Grim Reaper  (Y-110)
     November 29, 1977
     Written by Burt Prelutsky
     Directed by George Tyne
     Guest Stars:  Charles Aidman, Jerry Hauser, Kellye Nakahara  

     Colonel Victor Bloodworth (Charles Aidman) predicts that 280 wounded
will arrive at the 4077th.  Hawkeye is antagonized by Bloodworth and shoves
him against a wall.  Bloodworth presses for a court martial until he becomes
one of the wounded and watches Hawkeye saving a soldier's (Jerry Houser)
life.  Realizing Hawkeye's value as a doctor, Bloodworth drops all charges.


132. Comrades in Arms (Part 1)  (Y-116)
     December 6, 1977
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Jon Yune, James Saito     

     Lost behind enemy lines, Hawkeye and Margaret form a personal truce and
seek shelter in a roadside hut.

133. Comrades in Arms (Part 2)  (Y-117)
     December 13, 1977
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Jon Yune, James Saito, Doug Rowe

     Margaret and Hawkeye seek solace from enemy fire in each other's arms 
and end up, briefly, as lovers.

134. The Merchant of Korea  (Y-118)
     December 20, 1977
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  Johnny Haymer 

     After Charles hands B.J. two hundred dollars, he begins to take advan-
tage.  Everyone gets together and persuades Charles to play poker.  He has
incredible beginner's luck until Radar discovers that Charles whistles loud-
ly when he bluffs.  They all win back their money and then some.


135. The Smell of Music  (Y-115)
     January 3, 1978
     Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
     Directed by Stuart Miller
     Guest Stars:  Jordan Clarke, Nancy Steen, Lois Foraker, Richard Lee Sung

     Charles plays a French horn and drives Hawkeye and B.J. crazy.  They
refuse to bathe until the French horn playing is stopped.  Meanwhile Potter
saves the life of a suicidal patient (Jordan Clarke).  The camp collectively
hoses down Hawkeye and B.J. while Margaret has a soldier run over the French
horn with a jeep.

136. Patient 4077  (Y-114)
     January 10, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars:  Keye Luke, Brenda Thomson, Harry Gold, Pat Stevens

     In need of a special surgical clamp, Hawkeye and B.J. hire Mr. Shin
(Keye Luke), a local jewelry dealer, to make the clamp.  Days later the
clamp is used to save the leg of a wounded soldier.


137. Tea and Empathy  (Y-109)
     January 17, 1978
     Written by Bill Idelson
     Directed by Don Weis
     Guest Stars:  Bernard Fox, Neil Thompson, Sal Viscuso

With British and American casualties heavy, the 4077th's supply of peni-
cillin has been stolen.  Father Mulcahy discovers the location of some
penicillin, and he and Klinger go out in search of it.  They are shot at,
but safely return with the drug and save the day.


138. Your Hit Parade  (Y-124)
     January 24, 1978
     Written by Ronny Graham
     Directed by George Tyne
     Guest Stars:  Ronny Graham, William Kux, Ken Michelman

     With the arrival of a shipment of records, Radar plays the part of a
disc jockey and helps to get everyone through the incredibly long deluge
of wounded.


139. What's Up, Doc?  (Y-119)
     January 30, 1978
     Written by Larry Balmagia
     Directed by George Tyne
     Guest Stars:  Charles Frank, Lois Foraker, Kurt Andon

     Hot Lips, believing herself to be pregnant, asks Hawkeye to test her.
The only rabbit available is Radar's pet Fluffy.  Hawkeye promises not to
kill the rabbit while performing the test.  Meanwhile, Greenleigh (Charles
Frank), a patient, holds Charles and B.J. at gunpoint, demanding to be sent
back to Ohio.  Greenleigh collapses from loss of blood, and Hot Lips isn't
pregnant.


140. Mail Call Three  (Y-121)
     February 6, 1978
     Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Oliver Clark, Jack Grapes, Carmine Scelza, Terri Paul

     After a delay of three weeks, five sacks of mail arrive, and everyone
in camp reacts to good and bad news from home.  Hawkeye receives love letters
addressed to Benjamin Pierce (Oliver Clark), B.J.'s wife has been approached
by another man, and Radar's mom has found a boyfriend.


141. Temporary Duty  (Y-125)
     February 13, 1978
     Written by Larry Balmagia
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  George Lindsey, Marcia Rodd

     With a temporary transfer of personnel between the 4077th and the
8063rd, Hawkeye is replaced by Captain Roy Dupree (George Lindsey).  Fear-
ing this to be permanent, Charles and B.J. successfully conspire to have
Dupree permanently removed from the 4077th.


142. Potter's Retirement  (Y-120)
     February 20, 1978
     Written by Laurence Marks
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  George Wyner, Peter Hobbs, Ken White

     Potter is upset when General Kent informs him that people in the 4077th
are complaining about his leadership.  Potter returns to camp and discovers
that the complaints are coming from a Corporal Joe Benson (Peter Hobbs) sent
by a disturbed Colonel Frank Webster (George Wyner) who has been wounded
some months earlier.


143. Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde  (Y-122)
     February 27, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine, David Isaacs, and Ronny Graham
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Chris Murney, Joe Tornatore, Ron Max, Rod Gist

     Charles takes amphetamines to keep up his energy level, and even drugs
Radar's mouse so that it will win a race against a Marine's mouse.


144. Major Topper  (Y-123)
     March 27, 1978
     Written by Allyn Freeman
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Hamilton Camp, Andrew Bloch, Donald Blackwell, Peter Zapp,
                   Paul Linke, John Kirby, Michael Mann, Kellye Nakahara

     With the possibility of contaminated morphine, the doctors at the
4077th administer placebos to the patients which seem to work.  Meanwhile,
a new soldier (Hamilton Camp) is released on a Section Eight after shooting down
fake enimy gliders with real bullets.

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Season 7  (1978 - 1979)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, David Ogden Stiers, Mike Farrell,
               Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher


145. Commander Pierce  (T-404)
     September 18, 1978
     Written by Ronny Graham
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  James Lough, Andrew Massett, Jan Jorden

     Hawkeye undergoes a drastic change when he becomes temporary commander
of the 4077th and learns about the tedious bureaucracy and accompanying
headaches that Colonel Potter deals with daily.


146. Peace On Us  (T-401)
     September 25, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by George Tyne
     Guest Stars:  Kevin Hagen, Hugh Gillan

     Hawkeye becomes so disgusted with the stalled Panmunjon peace talks
that he impulsively takes matters into his own hands and goes to the
meetings to lend a hand.


147. Lil  (T-406)
     October 2, 1978
     Written by Sheldon Bull
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Carmen Matthews, W. Perren Page

     Colonel Potter strikes up a warm friendship with the visiting Eighth
Army head nurse, Colonel Lil Rayburn (Carmen Matthews), a regular Army
type of his own age and interests.  But Radar reacts huffily, thinking
his commanding officer has more than just friendship on his mind.


148. Our Finest Hour  (T-408-409)
     October 9, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs, Larry Balmagia, and Ronny Graham
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Clete Roberts

     Newscaster Clete Roberts, reprising an earlier interview appearance,
returns to update Korean War conditions when he conducts a series of tele-
vision talks with the leading characters of the 4077th. Contains back flashes
of earlyer episodes thoughout in color
(1 hour, Black & White)


149. The Billfold Syndrome  (T-405)
     October 16, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Kevin Geer, Allan Arbus

     Charles becomes so irate over a turndown for a future medical position
at home that he refuses to talk to anyone in the unit, until Hawkeye and
B.J. send him a false telegram from home to get him to talk.  Meanwhile, a 
young soldier (Kevin Geer) can't remember his own identity, so Sidney Freedman 
(Allan Arbus) is called for help.


150. None Like it Hot  (T-410)
     October 23, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine, David Isaacs, and Johnny Bonaduce
     Directed by Tony Mordente
     Guest Stars:  Ted Gehring, Johnny Haymer, Jan Jorden

     The oppressive Korean heat gets to everyone, especially Klinger, who
responds to the conditions with an ingenious scheme to effect a discharge.
Meanwhile, Hawkeye and B.J. are secretly gloating over their newly arrived
remedy for the weather, a collapsible bathtub, until they realize that if
word gets out it could spoil their fun.


151. They Call the Wind Korea  (T-407)
     October 30, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Tom Dever, Paul Cavonis, Randy Stumpf

     A strong windstorm affects the M*A*S*H personnel in varying ways:
Hawkeye and most of the unit busy themselves securing items that could
blow away, Radar prepares his animal hutch for the worst, while a dis-
gusted Charles switches his Tokyo-leave transportation from air to
ground and runs into a difficult medical situation en route to Seoul.


152. Major Ego  (T-412)
     November 6, 1978
     Written by Larry Balmagia
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Greg Mullavey, David Dean, Frank Pettinger, Phyllis Katz

     Charles assumes heroic proportions after reviving a dying patient
with heart massage, and he becomes more insufferable than ever when a
photojournalist from Stars and Stripes (Greg Mullavey) arrives to pub-
licize his medical prowess.


153. Baby, It's Cold Outside  (T-403)
     November 13, 1978
     Written by Gary David Goldberg
     Directed by George Tyne
     Guest Stars:  Terry Wills, Teck Murdock, David Dramer, Jan Jorden

     While everyone is complaining about the record cold snap, Charles
becomes the most unpopular man in camp when his parents send him a winter-
ized polar suit that he insists on flaunting in front of the freezing medi-
cal personnel.


154. Point of View  (T-415)
     November 20, 1978
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Brad Gorman, Marc Baxley, Edward Gallardo, Jan Jorden,
                   Hank Ross, David Stafford, Paul Tuerpe

     In this unique episode, the camera becomes the eyes of a young
wounded soldier.  It records his sensory responses to being wounded,
flown by helicopter to the 4077th, examined, operated on, and treated
in post-operation.


155. Dear Comrade  (T-413)
     November 27, 1978
     Written by Tom Reeder
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Sab Shimono, Larry Block, Robert Clotworthy

     Hawkeye and B.J. discover that Charles is living the life of Riley
thanks to the attentions of his menially paid Korean servant (Sab Shi-
mono), a man of unusual skills.  He has an important contribution to
make--a native remedy for a seemingly insoluble medical problem.


156. Out of Gas  (T-411)
     December 4, 1978
     Written by Tom Reeder
     Directed by Mel Damski
     Guest Stars:  Justin Lord, Byron Chung, Johnny Haymer

     Heavy casualties are arriving, creating severe problems for the
M*A*S*H unit because they are nearly out of pentothal.  Mulcahy takes
up a collection from everyone--including a case of wine from Charles'
private supply--and he and Charles take the jeep to make a trade with
the black marketeers for pentothal.


157. An Eye for a Tooth  (T-414)
     December 11, 1978
     Written by Ronny Graham
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Peter Palmer

     Father Mulcahy takes being passed over for promotion philosophi-
cally until he hears of the rapid advancement made by a heroic heli-
copter pilot.  Then his uncharacteristically bold actions stun Colonel
Potter and the entire company.


158. Dear Sis  (T-417)
     December 18, 1978
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Lawrason Driscoll, Patrcik Driscoll, Jo Ann Thomson,
                   W. Perren Page

     Father Mulcahy writes a pre-Christmas letter home to his sister,
who is a nun.  His frustration at not being more effective at the 4077th
seems to represent the general depression of the unit's personnel as they
approach the holiday season thousands of miles away from their loved ones.


159. B.J. Papa San  (T-402)
     January 1, 1979
     Written by Larry Balmagia
     Directed by James Sheldon
     Guest Stars:  Dick O'Neill, Michael Aragon, Chao-Li Chi, Stephen
                   Keep, Johnny Haymer, Richard Furukawa, Shizuko Hoshi

     B.J. becomes almost the surrogate father to a Korean family.  Finding
them a substitute for his own absent family, B.J. spends so much time with
them that his medical efficiency begins to suffer, and Hawkeye worries
about his health.


160. Inga  (T-420)
     January 8, 1979
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Mariette Hartley, Phyllis Katz, Mark Favara

     It's instant attraction for Hawkeye when a beautiful Swedish doctor
(Mariette Hartley) arrives to observe combat surgery.  That is, until she
upstages him in the operating room with a superior technique and his ego
is bruised.


161. The Price  (T-418)
     January 15, 1979
     Written by Erik Tarloff
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Miko Mayama, Yuki Shimoda, Ken Mochizuki

     The 4077th is confronted by two crises:  Colonel Potter's mare,
Sophie, mysteriously disappears from her corral, and Hawkeye and B.J.
find themselves with a young Korean boy on their hands who is trying
to avoid conscription into the Army.


162. The Young and Restless  (T-421)
     January 22, 1979
     Written by Mitch Markowitz
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  James Canning

     A lecture on the latest techniques by a young surgeon from Tokyo
and a later demonstration of his surgical skill bring home to the resi-
dent M*A*S*H surgeons that they are out of touch with new medical practices.


163. Hot Lips is Back in Town  (T-419)
     January 29, 1979
     Written by Larry Balmagia and Bernard Dilbert
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Peggy Lee Brennan, Walter Brooke, Jan Jorden

     Radar, who is smitten with the cute new nurse (Peggy Lee Brennan)
at the hospital, relies on Hawkeye's expertise on how to cope with the
situation.  Hot Lips, meanwhile, celebrates her just-granted divorce by
taking a step that arouses Colonel Potter's ire. The nurses take over treiosh...


164. C*A*V*E  (T-423)
     February 5, 1979
     Written by Larry Balmagia and Ronny Graham
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  Basil Hoffman, Mark Taylor, Charles Jenkins

     The 4077th evacuation to a nearby cave to avoid U.S. artillery fire
on a Chinese target poses another hazard for Hawkeye, who has a claustro-
phobia problem that Colonel Potter is unaware of. 


165. Rally Round the Flagg, Boys  (T-425)
     February 14, 1979
     Written by Mitch Markowitz
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars:  Edward Winter, Neil Thompson, Bob Okazaki

     The sinister Colonel Flagg (Edward Winter) pops up at the 4077th
again, playing his usual spy games, convinced that Hawkeye is a commu-
nist sympathizer for saveing an enemy soldier.


166. Preventive Medicine  (T-416)
     February 19, 1979
     Written by Tom Reeder
     Directed by Tony Mordente
     Guest Stars:  James Wainwright, Larry Jenkins

     The number of arriving wounded has increased because of a careless
Colonel Lacy (James Wainwright).  Hawkeye slips Lacy something to make
him ill and removes his appendix under the strong protests of B.J.


167. A Night at Rosie's  (T-426)
     February 26, 1979
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Keye Luke, Joshua Bryant, Joseph Di Reda

     Hawkeye, B.J., and their medical cohorts find a new way to escape
the depressing atmosphere of the war, remaining at Rosie's (Eileen Saki)
Klinger seeks way to win big at craps game, asks for mulkaheys help..


168. Ain't Love Grand  (T-422)
     March 5, 1979
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Mike Farrell
     Guest Stars:  Kit McDonough, Sylvia Chang, Eileen Saki, Michael
                   Williams, Judy Farrell

     The impossible happens for the snobbish Charles when he shares an
emotional experience with Klinger, who discovers a U.S. nurse (Kit Mc-
Donough) who finds him and his bizarre attire attractive, while Charles
succumbs to the exotic charms of a Korean girl (Sylvia Chang) he meets
at Rosie's (Eileen Saki) Bar.


169. The Party  (T-424)
     March 12, 1979
     Written by Burt Metcalfe and Alan Alda
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Burt Metcalfe

     Talk of a post-war reunion suggests an idea to B.J.:  planning a
present-day stateside gathering of 4077th families, a scheme he conti-
nues to promote even under the duress of "bugging out" in the wake of
a Chinese breakthrough.

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Season 8  (1979 - 1980)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, David Ogden Stiers, Mike Farrell, Harry Morgan,
               Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher

170. Too Many Cooks  (S-601)
     September 17, 1979
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  John Randolph, Ed Begley, Jr.

     A clumsy foot soldier (Ed Begley, Jr.) finds the quickest way to the
crew's heart, boosting morale at the war-weary 4077th by cooking gourmet
delights.  Only Colonel Potter, burdened with a personal crisis, is immune
from the high spirits enveloping the hospital.


171. Are You Now, Margaret  (S-602)
     September 24, 1979
     Written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Lawrence Pressman, Jennifer Davis, Jeff Maxwell

     A Congressional aide (Lawrence Pressman) visits the 4077th on a sup-
posedly routine fact-finding tour, but it's discovered that his motives
are far deeper.


172. Guerilla My Dreams  (S-603)
     October 1, 1979
     Written by Bob Colleary
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Mako, Joshua Bryant, Huanani Minn, George Kee Cheung,
                   Marcus Mukai, Connie Izay

     The arrival of a wounded Korean woman sparks a conflict at the 4077th:
Hawkeye wants to heal her, but a steely ROK officer (Mako) is more anxious
to "question" her about alleged guerilla activities.


173. Good-Bye Radar (Part 1)  (S-610)
     October 8, 1979
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Marylin Jones, Johnny Haymer, Michael O'Dwyer, Richard
                   Lee-Sung, Tony Cristmo, Arell Blanton

     Company clerk Radar O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff), on leave in Tokyo, is
desperately needed back at the crisis-stricken 4077th, but his return is
delayed by outside events.  While casualties continue to pour in from the
front, the 4077th's generator conks out, depriving the medical unit of all
electrical power.  But Klinger, filling in for the vacationing Radar,
lacks the expertise and experience to wheel and deal for a new machine.


174. Good-Bye Radar (Part 2)  (S-611)
     October 15, 1979
     Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Lee de Broux, Whitney Rydbeck, David Dozer

     As company clerk Radar O'Reilly reluctantly prepares to depart the
4077th, the unit is still without electricity due to a broken generator,
and the operating room continues to fill up with war wounded as night
falls.  The responsibility for procuring a new generator falls on Klinger,
who lacks Radar's masterful knack of cutting through red tape in search
of much-needed supplies.


175. Period of Adjustment  (S-604)
     October 22, 1979
     Written by Jim Mulligan and John Rappaport
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Jeff Maxwell, Eileen Saki, Gwen Farrell

     Klinger, taking over as the 4077th's new clerk, wearies of complaints
about his inefficiency, while B.J.'s homesickness is intensified by news of
Radar's visit to his family.


176. Nurse Doctor  (S-608)
     October 29, 1979
     Written by Sy Rosen, Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox; story by Sy Rosen
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Alexandra Stoddart

     A beautiful and ambitious young nurse (Alexandra Stoddart) who plans
to become a doctor when she leaves the Army finds herself in a misunder-
standing with Father Mulcahy.  Meanwhile, the camp's water supply is de-
pleted, and the rest of the 4077th is more concerned about where to find
a running shower.


177. Private Finance  (S-605)
     November 5, 1979
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Shizuko Hoshi, Denice Kumagi, Mark Kologi, Joey Pento,
                   Philip Simma, Art Evans

     A South Korean Woman misinterprets Klinger's motives when he tries to
aid her daughter financially.  Meanwhild, Hawkeye wrestles with his conscience
over a promise made to a dying soldier.


178. Mr. and Mrs. Who?  (S-606)
     November 12, 1979
     Written by Ronny Graham
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Claudette Evans, James Keane

     Charles Winchester returns to the 4077th after a trip to Tokyo with an
uncharacteristic hangover and the uneasy feeling of a romantic entangle-
ment.  Meanwhile, the hospital struggles to find a cure for an outbreak
of deadly hemorrhagic fever.


179. The Yalu Brick Road  (S-607)
     November 19, 1979
     Written by Mike Farrell
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Soon Tech Oh, G.W. Bailey

     Hawkeye and B.J. lose their way while rushing urgently needed anti-
biotics to the 4077th, which is wracked with food poisoning.  Wandering
back to M*A*S*H, the pair are found by a peculiar North Korean soldier
(Soon-Teck Oh).


180. Life Time  (S-609)
     November 26, 1979
     Written by Alan Alda and Walter D. Dishell, M.D.
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Kevin Brophy

     A severely wounded soldier, rushed to the poorly equipped 4077th by
chopper, will die or be permanently paralyzed if he doesn't receive major
surgery in 20 minutes.  Nearly all of the action in this innovative episode
is compressed into the program's 25-minute running time, which is kept on
screen through out the whole episode.


181. Dear Uncle Abdul  (S-613)
     December 3, 1979
     Written by John Rappaport and Jim Mulligan
     Directed by William Jurgensen
     Guest Stars:  Kelly Ward, Richard Lineback, Alexander Petale

     Klinger discovers that his duties as company clerk include catering
to the eccentric whims of the 4077th officers.  Consequently, the unusual
demands by Klinger's superiors leave little time to write a letter home
to Toledo.


182. Captains Outrageous  (S-614)
     December 10, 1979
     Written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Eileen Saki, John Orchard, Sirri Murad, G.W. Bailey,
                   Paul Cavonis, Momo Yashima, Jo Ann Thompson

     A brawl at Rosie's Bar puts Rosie (Eileen Saki) in the hospital, and
the 4077th doctors are pressed into service as temporary saloonkeepers.
Meanwhile, Father Mulcahy is apprehensive that his long-pending promotion
to captain will again be denied.


183. Stars and Stripes  (S-615)
     December 17, 1979
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars:  Joshua Bryant

     Friction arises between B.J. and Winchester when they're asked to
write a report for a prestigious medical journal on how they saved a
soldier's life with a daring operation.  Meanwhile, Hot Lips receives
an eventful visit from Scully (Joshua Bryant), her combat soldier beau.


184. Yessir, That's Our Baby  (S-617)
     December 31, 1979
     Written by Jim Mulligan
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Howard Platt, William Bogert, Yuki Shimoda, 
                   Elizabeth Farley

     A baby born to a Korean woman and an American GI is abandoned at
the 4077th.  Knowing that mixed-blood children are often mistreated in
Korean society, the troop sets about the frustrating task of finding a
new home for the infant.


185. Bottle Fatigue  (S-618)
     January 7, 1980
     Written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Shelley Long, David Hirokane, Shari Saba

     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.


186. Heal Thyself  (S-616)
     January 14, 1980
     Written by Dennis Koenig; story by Dennis Koenig and Gene Reynolds
     Directed by Mike Farrell
     Guest Stars:  Edward Herrman

     Colonel Potter turns crotchety when he catches the mumps, and his
condition is worsened when another M*A*S*H member (Winchester) gets the
same disease and has to move in with him.  A temporary replacement
surgeon (Edward Herrmann) is quickly brought into the 4077th and seems
to be a gem in terms of both personality and ability.


187. Old Soldiers  (S-620)
     January 21, 1980
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Jane Connell, Sally Imamura, Jason Autajay

     Hawkeye is appointed temporary commander of the 4077th when
Colonel 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.


188. Morale Victory  (S-619)
     January 28, 1980
     Written by John Rappaport
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  James Stephens, G.W. Bailey, Connie Izay

     Tired of their constant complaints about the quality of recrea-
tional activities at the 4077th, Colonel 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 (James Stephens) which saved the boy's leg, leaving only
"negligible" side effects--the loss of use of his arm.  However,
the soldier was a concert pianist before the war, so Winchester
obtains music written by Maurice Ravel for a pianist that had lost
a hand in World War I.


189. Lend a Hand  (S-621)
     February 4, 1980
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Robert Alda, Antony Alda, Daren Kelly, Shari Saba

     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 (Robert
Alda), a wisecracking medical advisor with whom he habitually disagrees.
(NOTE:  Alda's brother Antony also appears in this episode as an ambu-
lance driver).


190. Goodbye, Cruel World  (S-622)
     February 11, 1980
     Written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Clyde Kusatsu, Allan Arbus, Philip Burns, James,
                   Lough, David Cramer

     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 (Clyde Kusatsu) when he's informed that he's
being sent home because of his wounds, and Dr. Sidney Freedman (Allan
Arbus) is called in to assist.


191. Dreams  (S-612)
     February 18, 1980
     Written by Alan Alda; Story by Alan Alda and James Jay Rubinfier
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Ford Rainey, Robin Haynes, Catherine Bergstrom, Fred
                   Stuthman, Kurtis Sanders, Ray Lynch, Connie Izay

     The 4077th can't escape the Korean War, even in its dreams.  Ex-
hausted after two days without sleep, members of the 4077th steal away
for cat naps and experience dreams that reveal their fears, yearnings
and frustrations.


192. War Co-Respondent  (S-624)
     March 3, 1980
     Written by Mike Farrell
     Directed by Mike Farrell
     Guest Stars:  Susan Saint James, Brad Wilkin, Calvin Levels

     B.J. finds himself attracted to a famous war correspondent (Susan
Saint James) who has fallen in love with him.


193. Back Pay  (S-625)
     March 10, 1980
     Written by Thad Mumford, Dan Wilcox, and Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Sab Shimono, Peter Kim, Jerry Fujikawa, G.W. Bailey,
                   Richard Herd, Roy Goldman

     Angered by the way civilian doctors stateside are profiting from
the war, Hawkeye presents the Army with a bill for his medical services.
Meanwhile, Charles reluctantly demonstrates American medical practices
to three Korean medics (Sab Shimono, Peter Kim, Jerry Fujikawa).


194. April Fools  (S-623)
     March 24, 1980
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Pat Hingle, G.W. Bailey, Roy Goldman, Jennifer Davis

     A no-nonsense Colonel (Pat Hingle) who is notorious as a hard-
nosed disciplinarian visits the 4077th during an outbreak of April
Fools' Day pranksterism.  Colonel Potter tries in vain to halt the
mayhem before Colonel Daniel Webster Tucker arrives in camp.


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Season 9  (1980 - 1981)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, David Ogden Stiers, Mike Farrell, Harry Morgan,
               Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher

195. The Best of Enemies  (Z-404)
     November 17, 1980
     Written by Sheldon Bull
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Mako, Steven Lum
     
     A North Korean soldier forces Hawkeye to perform an emergency
roadside operation on his buddy.   


196. Letters  (Z-403)
     November 24, 1980
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Richard Paul, Eileen Saki, Larry Cedar, Michael Currie,
                  Shari Saba

     Rain swamps the camp as members of the 4077th share their impressions of 
war in response to letters from fourth graders in Hawkeye's hometown. Hawkieye
has a hard time responding to his letter of a son of a dead soldger....


197. Cementing Relationships  (Z-401)
     December 1, 1980
     Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Joel Brooks, Alan Toy, Mel Harris

     A jilted Italian soldier is smitten by Margaret; and Klinger pours a 
cement floor in the operating room to fight the spread of germs.


198. Father's Day  (Z-405)
     December 8, 1980
     Written by Karen L. Hall
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars: Andrew Duggan, Jeffrey Kramer, Art LeFleur, Roy Evans

     Margaret has trouble pretending she's a chip of the old block when
her dad, blood and guts "Howitzer" Al Houlihan, arrives for a visit.


199. Death Takes a Holiday  (Z-408)
     December 15, 1980
     Written by Mike Farrell
     Directed by Mike Farrell
     Guest Stars:  G.W. Bailey, Keye Luke, Yoshiko Hoover

     Christmas at the 4077th finds the surgeons struggling to keep a
mortally wounded soldier alive, even if it's only through the holiday.


200. A War for all Seasons  (Z-409)
     December 29, 1980
     Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars: Carl Freed, Laurie Bate, Jeff Maxwell

     On New Year's Eve, the staff looks back on the highlights of 1951:
The doctors invent an artificial kidney machine; Mulcahy plants a garden;
and Margaret takes up knitting.


201. Your Retention Please  (Z-406)
     January 5, 1981
     Written by Erik Tarloff
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Barry Corbin, Sam Weisman, Jeff Maxwell

     Klinger is so depressed by news that his ex-wife plans to remarry, he
reenlists for an additional six-year hitch.


202. Tell it to the Marines  (Z-410)
     January 12, 1981
     Written by Hank Bradford
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars: Stan Wells, Michael McGuirre, Denny Miller, James Gallery

     Winchester takes command during Potter's absence; and B.J. and Hawkeye
try to convince the Marines to grant a hardship discharge to an immigrant
soldier who's mother is being deported 1 week before he can get home...


203. Taking the Fifth  (Z-407)
     January 19, 1981
     Written by Elias Davis and David Pollock
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Charles Hallahan, Judy Farrell, Margie Impert, 
                  Susan Berger

     Hawkeye uses a bottle of vintage wine to lure unsuspecting nurses 
into his den; and Potter tries to secure a different sort of anesthetic
when the army bans a painkiller. Charles orders 5 bottles of the wine
which he never recieves...
     

204. Operation Friendship  (Z-412)
     January 26, 1981
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Rena Down
     Guest Stars: Tim O'Connor, Gwen Farrell

     Klinger saves Winchester's life when an explosion rocks the 
operating room; and B.J. is reluctant to reveal the extent of his 
injuries after the blast.


205. No Sweat  (Z-402)
     February 2, 1981
     Written by John Rappaport
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars: W. Perren Page, Jeff Maxwell, Kellye Nakahara
 
     Margaret develops a case of prickly heat-just one of the in-
dignities suffered by the 4077th staff during another unendurably
hot night. Potter can't sleep, klinger takes apart the PA system
and Winchester must fix family taxes...


206. Depressing News  (Z-411)
     February 9, 1981
     Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars: William Bogert, David Dozer, Albert Insinnia

     Klinger's army newspaper reports on Hawkeye's monument to military
stupidity; a giant tower made from a half million erroneously shipped
tongue depressors.


207. No Laughing Matter  (Z-413)
     February 16, 1981
     Written by Elias Davis and David Pollock
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars: Robert Symonds, Mae Hi, Nathan Jung
 
     Hawkeye wagers that he can go a full day without a wisecrack; and
Winchester finally confronts the major who exiled him to the 4077th. 
Over a $600 cribbige bet.


208. Oh, How We Danced  (Z-414)
     February 23, 1981
     Written by John Rappaport
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars: Yuki Shimoda, Arlen Dean Snyder, Catherine Bergstrom,
                  Michael Choe, Jennifer Davis

     Winchester is sent to inspect sanitary conditions on the front 
lines while the rest of the camp plans a surprise anniversary party for
B.J., BJ get's a movie from his wife, and charles get's punched in the nose
which promts him to take karate lessons...


209. Bottoms Up  (Z-415)
     March 2, 1981
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars: Gail Strickland, Shari Saba, Kellye Nakahara

     One of Margaret's nurses tries to hide her severe drinking problem;
and Hawkeye is scorned after a practical joke he plays on Winchester 
backfires, BJ set them up....


210. The Red/White Blues  (Z-416)
     March 9, 1981
     Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
     Directed by Gabriel Beaumont
     Guest Stars: Roy Goodman, Jeff Maxwell, Kellye Nakahara

     Colonel Potter nearly blows his stack when his well-intentioned
colleagues mollycoddle him in order to lower his blood pressure
before his upcoming physical.


211. Bless You, Hawkeye  (Z-417)
     March 16, 1981
     Written by Dan Wilcox and Thud Mumford
     Directed by Nell Cox
     Guest Stars: Allan Arbus, Barry Schwartz

     When Hawkeye can't stop a sneezing fit that has no apparent cause,
psychiatrist Sidney Freedman digs into the surgeon's past for a clue to
the unusual malady. The problem, the smell of mold on a soldger reminds
hawk of when he fell in the water while fishing with his uncle as a child.


212. Blood Brothers  (Z-421)
     April 6, 1981
     Written by Elias David and David Pollock
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars: Patrick Swayze, Ray Middleton, G.W. Bailey

     Hawkeye is overcome by the devotion of a terminally ill GI for his
critically wounded buddy.


213. The Foresight Saga  (Z-422)
     April 13, 1981
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Rummel Mor, Philip Sterling, Jeff Maxwell

     The 4077th is given a gift of fresh-grown vegetables by a grateful
Korean, who's dad was saved by the mash. Potter questions the veracity of 
an upbeat letter from Radar, They end up sending the koran home to radar
to help on his farm.


214. The Life You Save  (Z-418)
     May 4, 1981
     Written by John Rappaport and Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars: G.W. Bailey, Val Bisoglio

     After Charles is nearly felled by a sniper's bullet, he develops a
philosophical obsession with death.

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Season 10  (1981 - 1982)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, David Ogden Stiers, Mike Farrell, Harry Morgan,
               Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher

215. That's Show Biz  (Z-419-420)
     October 26, 1981
     Written by Elias Davis and David Pollock
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Gwen Verdon, Gail Edwards, Danny Dayton, Karen Landry,
                  Amanda McBroom
  
     A touring USO show brings an unexpected touch of vaudeville to the
4077th when the star showgirl requires an emergency operation. (one hour)


216. Identity Crisis  (Z-423)
     November 2, 1981
     Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
     Directed by David Ogden Stiers
     Guest Stars: Dirk Blocker, Squire Fridell, Joe Pantoliano

     Father Mulcahy counsels a GI who is plagued by guilt. He has stolent the
identity of a soldger on his way home who died on the battle field.


217. Rumor at the Top  (Z-424)
     November 9, 1981
     Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Nicholas Pryor, Jeff Maxwell, Roy Goldman

     The latest scuttlebut affects everyone's behavior when a visiting
emissary is rumored to be recruiting for a new M*A*S*H unit.


218. Give 'Em Hell, Hawkeye  (1-G01)
     November 16, 1981
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Stefan Gierasch, Ed Vasgersian, Tom Kindle

     Hawkeye writes a heartfelt letter to President Harry Truman to 
protest the continued fighting in Korea.


219. Wheelers and Dealers  (1-G02)
     November 23, 1981
     Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Anthony Charnota, Tony Becker, Chris Petersen

     On the eve of a big poker game, B.J.'s pride is bruised when he
finds out his wife is working as a waitress; and Potter takes driving
lessons from Rizzo.


220. Communication Breakdown  (1-G03)
     November 30, 1981
     Written by Karen L. Hall
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars: James Saito, Byron Chung, Abby Nelson
  
     Winchester infuriates the camp when he hoards his stateside news-
papers; and Hawkeye reunites two Korean brothers who have been fighting
on opposite sides of the war.



221. Snap Judgment  (1-G04)
     December 7, 1981
     Written by Paul Perlove
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars: Peter Hobbs
 
     The military police think they've solved a rash of thefts at the 
4077th when they apprehend Klinger with Hawkeye's stolen camera. (part I)


222. Snappier Judgment  (1-G05)
     December 14, 1981
     Written by Paul Perlove
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars: Peter Hobbs
 
     B.J. and Hawkeye resolve to clear Klinger's name after he chooses
Winchester to defend him at his military court-martial. (part II)


223. 'Twas the Day After Christmas  (1-G06)
     December 28, 1981
     Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars: Michael Ensign, Leo Lewis, Val Bisoglio
 
     To boost postyuletide morale on December 26, Potter has the
officers and enlisted men exchange jobs for the day.


224. Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead  (1-G07)
     January 4, 1982
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars: Kario Salem, Randall Patrick, Jeff Tyler

     In a fever dream, Klinger communicates with the spirit of a dead
soldier who stays on to witness his own last rites.


225. The Birthday Girls  (1-G08)
     January 11, 1982
     Written by Karen L. Hall
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Jerry Fujikawa, Kellye Nakahara

     Margaret's birthday plans are spoiled when she and Klinger get
stranded on a desolate roadside; and the surgeons assist in the 
delivery of a calf.


226. Blood and Guts  (1-G09)
     January 18, 1982
     Written by Lee H. Grant
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Gene Evans, Brett Cullen, Stoney Jackson

     Hawkeye is outraged when a sensationalistic war coorespondent 
reports irresponsible GI motorcycle crash as a tale of military valor.


227. A Holy Mess  (1-G10)
     February 1, 1982
     Written by Elias Davis and David Pollock
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars: Cyril O'Reilly, David Graf, Val Bisoglio
 
     An AWOL seeks sanctuary behind Father Mulcahy's robes.
 

228. The Tooth Shall Set You Free  (1-G11)
     February 8, 1982
     Written by Elias Davis and David Pollock
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Tom Atkins, Jason Bernard, John Fujioka, Larry
                  Fishburne

     Charles faces a tooth extraction; and the doctors suspect pre-
judice when an inordinate number of black casualties are brought in
from a single unit.


229. Pressure Points  (1-G12)
     February 15, 1982
     Written by David Pollock
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: Allan Arbus, John O'Connell, Gene Pietragallo, 
                  William Rogers, Roy Goldman

     Potter sends for the army psychiatrist when he loses confidence 
in his surgical abilities; and Winchester loses patience with his 
bunkmates' sloppiness.


230. Where There's a Will, There's a War  (1-G13)
     February 22, 1982
     Written by Elias Davis and David Pollock
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars: Dennis Howard, Larry Ward, Jim Borelli, James Emery
                
     Hawkeye draws up a will under heavy shelling at the front lines.


231. Promotion Commotion  (1-G14)
     March 1, 1982
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars: John Matusak, Jim Reid Boyce, Deborah Harmon, 
                  Cameron Dye, Richard Fullerton

     Winchester, Pierce, and Hunnicutt find themselves in the sticky
position of having to decide which enlisted men to recommend for
promotion.


232. Heroes  (1-G15)
     March 15, 1982
     Written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
     Directed by Nell Cox
     Guest Stars: Pat McNamara, Earl Boen, Britt Leach, Matthew Falson
                
     Hawkeye is the golden boy of the world press when he treats a
celebrity prize fighter for a stroke.


233. Sons and Bowlers  (1-G16)
     March 22, 1982
     Written by Elias Davis and David Pollock
     Directed by Hy Averback
     Guest Stars: Dick O'Neill, William Lucking, Roger Hampton

     Hawkeye anxiously awaits word on his father's stateside operation
as his cohorts engage the Marines in a bowling tournament.


234. Picture This  (1-G17)
     April 5, 1982
     Written by Karen L. Hall
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars: John Fujioka, Jeff Maxwell

     Potter's attempts to assemble the crew for a family portrait are
thwarted by a feud between bunkmates Pierce, Hunnicutt, and 
Winchester. Pierce ends up moveing out to a shack behind rosies..


235. That Darn Kid  (1-G19)
     April 12, 1982
     Written by Karen L. Hall
     Directed by David Ogden Stiers
     Guest Stars: George Presnell, John P. Ryan, Tom Kindle

     Klinger's goat eats the 4077th's $22,340 payroll, leaving paymaster
Hawkeye holding the bag.


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Season 11  (1982 - 1983)
Regular Cast - Alan Alda, David Ogden Stiers, Mike Farrell, Harry Morgan,
               Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher

236. Hey, Look Me Over  (1-G21)
     October 25, 1982
     Written by Alan Alda
     Directed by Susan Oliver
     Guest Stars:  Keelye Nakahara, Peggy Feury, Perry Lang, Deborah Harmon

     Hawkeye watched Nurse Kellye brighten a wounded GI's final moments and 
comes to appreciate the nurses' vital contribution to the healing process.
He relizes this after he blows off her offer to dance at the officers club...


237. Trick or Treatment  (9-B01)
     November 1, 1982
     Written by Dennis Keonig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  George Wendt, Richard Lineback, Andrew Clay, James Lough

     The 4077th Halloween party hosts an unexpected guest after Father 
Mulcahy works an apparent miracle during the reading of a soldier's last rites.
He discovers he's still alive....


238. Foreign Affairs  (1-G22)
     November 8, 1982
     Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Melinda Mullins, Jeefrey Tambor, Soon Teck Oh, Byron Chung

     The Army tries to get a North Korean pilot to defect; and Charles gets a
rude shock when he falls for a French nurse with an unacceptable past.


239. The Joker is Wild  (1-G24)
     November 15, 1982
     Written by John Rappaport and Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Clyde Kusatsu, David Haid

     Hawkeye's guard is up when B.J. threatens to pull off the most elaborate
practical joke in the compound's history.


240. Who Knew?  (1-G18)242. Settling Debts  (1-G23)
     December 6, 1982
     Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
     Directed by Mike Switzer
     Guest Stars:  Guy Boyd, Jeff East

     Hawkeye and the crew surprise Colonel Potter with a party to 
commemorate Mildred's final payment on the couple's mortgage.


243. The Moon is Not Blue  (1-G20)
     December 13, 1982
     Written by Larry Balmagia
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Hamilton Camp, Sandy Helberg, Jan Jorden

     With the camp facing prohibition and a severe medical-supply shortage
during another heat wave, Hawkeye resolves to lift morale by importing a
racy new movie, banned in boston. Plecebos to the rescue again..


244. Run for the Money  (9-B03)
     December 20, 1982
     Written by Mike Farrell, David Pollock, and Elias Davis
     Directed by Nell Cox
     Guest Stars:  Thomas Calloway, Mark Anderson, Phil Brock, William
                   Schilling, Robert Alan Browne

     When an Olympic runner assigned to the 4077th fail to materialize(his father 
shows up instead).. Father Mulcahy must save the camp's honor in a high-stakes 
footrace against the 8063rd.


245. U.N., the Night and the Music  (9-B06)
     January 3, 1983
     Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
     Directed by Harry Morgan
     Guest Stars:  George Innes, Kavi Raz, Dennis Holahan, David Packer

     A United Nations delegation tours the 4077th-a Swede(impotent), a Hindu(yoga), 
and a British officer(son of a buttler) and each leaves a lasting effect on the men 
and women of the camp.


246. Strange Bedfellows  (9-B07)
     January 10, 1983
     Written by Mike Farrell
     Directed by Karen L. Hall
     Guest Stars:  Dennis Dugan, Benjamin F. Wilson

     The 4077th faces a sleepless night as Charles's snoring keeps B.J. 
and Hawkeye from counting sheep; and Colonel Potter discovers that his
son-in-law has had an affair.


247. Say No More  (9-B08)
     January 24, 1983
     Written by John Rappaport
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  John Anderson, Michael Horton, Chip Johnson, James
                   Karen

     A military strategist refuses to accept responsibility for the war
games that have mortally wounded his own son; and Margaret develops
laryngitis.


248. Friends and Enemies  (9-B05)
     February 7, 1983
     Written by Karen L. Hall
     Directed by Jamie Farr
     Guest Stars:  John McLiam

     Colonel Potter must decide whether to blow the whistle on an old
army chum whose military follies are costing boys their lives.


249. Give and Take  (9-B09)
     February 14, 1983
     Written by Dennis Koenig
     Directed by Charles S. Dubin
     Guest Stars:  Craig Wasson, G.W. Bailey, Derek Wong

     A wounded GI learns a painful lesson when he forms a recoveryroom
friendship with the enemy soldier he's critically wounded. Charles tries 
to avoid being charity collection officer



250. As Time Goes By  (9-B10)
     February 21, 1983
     Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
     Directed by Burt Metcalfe
     Guest Stars:  Rosalind Chao, G.W. Bailey, Michael Swan, Mark Herrier,
                   Jeff Maxwell

     Hawkeye and Margaret encapsulate the breadth of their wartime experience
when they bury souvenirs as a reminder for future generations(time capsule)


251. Goodbye, Farewell and Amen (9-B04)
     February 28, 1983
     Written by Alan Alda, Burt Metcalfe, John Rappaport, Thad Mumford,
     Dan Wilcox, David Pollock, Elias Davis, and Karen Hall
     Directed by Alan Alda
     Guest Stars:  Allan Arbus, Rosalind Chao, G.W. Bailey, Shari Saba, Jeff
                   Maxwell, Gwen Farrell, Kellye Nakahara, Roy Goldman

     Although reports that the war is almost over reach the camp with
increasing frequency, the 4077th is still full with refugees and pri-
soners of war.  Fresh casualties pour in as both sides try to gain
ground before the armistice.  A deeply troubled Hawkeye has been sent
away to the psychiatric hospital where Dr. Sidney Freedman tries to
help him find the cause of his breakdown, which is associated with a
tragic incident on a trip back from R&R at the beach.

Other members of the unit are coping with the final days of war,
and making plans to get out.  Hot Lips' father is trying to find
her a glamorous Army post.  B.J. is determined to make it back for
his daughter's birthday.  Charles wants a plum appointment at a
Boston hospital.  Klinger worries about Soon-Lee's attempts to
find her parents.  The normal business of the camp is interrupted
by a runaway Army tank that crashes into the compound and destroys
the half-built latrine.

With two results.  First, Charles wanders off to relieve himself
and stumbles on a group of Chinese musicians.  They surrender and
come back with him to the camp.  Second, the enemy spots the tank
and begins to shell the base.  Father Mulcahy bravely ventures out
under fire to release the POWs, a shell explodes near him, and he
suffers a mild concussion.  When B.J. examines him, he detects a
hearing loss that Father Mulcahy begs him to keep from the rest
of the company.

The barrage continues as the unit fails to move the tank out.  Hawk-
eye returns to the 4077th and is called straight into the O.R.  He
is urgently needed because B.J. has received orders permitting him
to go home.

Charles learns that he has been appointed to him Boston hospital
pulled strings for him.  He consoles himself by teaching the Chi-
nese musicians a little touch of Mozart.  Klinger, meanwhile, has
brought back a reluctant Soon-Lee to the safety of the camp, al-
though she is still determined to find her parents.  He is obvi-
ously in love.

The pressure on the company is temporarily relieved when Hawkeye,
who has coped successfully with his return to surgery, drives the
tank into the 4077th's trash dump.  But only temporarily.  Fires
started by incendiary bombs in the surrounding woods are visible
from the camp and Colonel Potter orders evacuation proceedings.

The Colonel's desperate plea for a relief surgeon is answered un-
expectedly by the return of B.J., who was already one-third of the
way home when the Army recalled him to fulfill the Colonel's staff
request.  He misses his daughter's birthday, but the company hosts
a birthday party for an orphan with B.J. as the guest of honor.
Klinger proposes marriage and is accepted by Soon-Lee.  He is over-
joyed.  Charles, however, is not so happy when he loses his "orches-
tra" to a relocation center.

The end of the war is only hours away, but the casualties keep coming
in -- among them Charles' flutist.  Finally, the surgical teams learn
of the immediate ceasefire as they operate on a group of desperately
wounded soldiers and civilians.  The war is over.

At the noisy, joyful camp party that night, members of the company talk
about their lives after the war.  Colonel Potter looks forward to be-
coming a semi-retired country doctor.  Hot Lips declares she has opted
for the States and a big city hospital.  Klinger announces his engage-
ment and says that he is staying in Korea to help find Soon-Lee's par-
ents.  Charles is still  going to Boston, despite Hot Lips' "meddling."
B.J., of course, wants to go home, yet refuses to actually say "goodbye"
to the others.  And Hawkeye?  Perhaps, after all, he will not be going
to the big city surgical post that he always dreamed of ...

After Klinger and Soon-Lee marry and leave the camp in traditional
Korean style, the other members of the company depart one by one.  By
now, the camp is a ghost town.  Father Mulcahy leaves to start a new
life ministering to the deaf.  Hot Lips is kissed and hugged.  Even
her disagreement with Charles is reconciled.  Charles himself exits
with Rizzo in a garbage truck.  Colonel Potter takes Sophie for one
last ride before she is adopted by the orphanage.  Finally, B.J. and
Hawkeye go together on B.J.'s motorbike to meet Hawkeye's chopper.
As Hawkeye looks down over the desolate camp, he sees a message B.J.
has left on the pad:  a GOODBYE marked out in stone.
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