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Loosely based on the real-life M*A*S*H unit 8055, life at the 4077 revolved around the day-to-day routines of Captain "Hawkeye" Pierce, Captain "Trapper" McIntyre, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake, Major Margaret Houlihan, Major Franklin Burns and Corporal "Radar" O'Reilly. Through these characters, viewers traveled beyond the long hours and the horrors of the operating room to a place where friendships were forged, laughter was found and drinks were served.
To raise money to send his Korean houseboy to medical school, Hawkeye raffles off a weekend in Tokyo with a nurse.
Hawkeye and Trapper attempt to retrieve a supply of hydrocortisone stolen by black marketeers. Guest starring Jack Soo and Robert Ito.
Trapper, coached by Hawkeye, enters the intercamp boxing tournament to prevent the transfer of a beautiful nurse.
When Hawkeye is appointed Chief Surgeon over Frank Burns, Burns and Houlihan go over Col. Blake's head to a general to protest the decision.
Hawkeye is outraged when a visiting sergeant brings his 'moose' to camp - a young Korean woman he has bought to keep as his personal servant.
Hawkeye gets frustrated with a filmmaker's version of life at the 4077th and decides to produce his own version of the documentary film.
Hawkeye feigns insanity to prove he needs a leave.
A wounded cowboy is itching to get back to the states to keep his marriage intact, but his request is denied. Henry becomes the target of a mad bomber.
When Col. Henry Blake is transferred to Tokyo and Frank starts imposing military discipline on the camp, the surgeons will do anything to get Henry back.
Hawkeye finds himself investigating a rash of petty thefts in the camp.
After tapping Frank Burns for blood, Hawkeye and Trapper's patient develops complications. They believe Frank has hepatitis and try to keep Frank from operating.
Hawkeye writes his dad, describing the antics of the 4077th.
The nurses refuse to date until their lonely colleague Edwina gets a date, so the men draw straws.
After Radar gets a "Dear John" letter Hawkeye and Trapper try to help him with a new nurse who's into classical literature and music.
A little white lie about an imaginary officer balloons into an elaborate charade.
A cold snap has everybody trying to get their hands on Hawkeye's thermal underwear.
While an entertainer does a show from an improvised stage in the compound, the comedy and drama of the doctors' lives go on.
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