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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.
Right after Frank is put in charge, Hawkeye starts resisting his authority and skips camp, runs a blockade in an attempt to find Trapper.
After Hawkeye has brought the new surgeon into the MASH unit, A new commanding officer arrives who is regular army. Hawkeye and B.J. worry about his abilities since he has not practiced in 2 years and they worry about how the fact that he is regular army will affect them.
Hawkeye fights to keep a wounded solider alive while a incessant artillery barrage goes on near the 4077th's location.
The army mistakenly lists Hawkeye as dead, Hawkeye goes nuts trying to contact his father to let him know he is still alive. He also stops receiving his payroll checks and encounters problems trying to convince the army he is still alive.
Hawkeye does a secret surgery on a British Officer and receives two bottles of scotch and a tank to scare the snipers who have been hitting the 4077th at random times.
Col. Potter, B.J., Hawkeye, Radar and Major Burns are hopelessly lost on their way back from a medical meeting.
The 4077th becomes a temporary orphanage when heavy shelling forces a group of Korean children to seek shelter at the camp.
Colonel Flagg returns and fights with the psychiatrist Dr. Sigmund over the fate of a wounded officer who is claiming he is Jesus Christ.
Hawkeye has a run in with a tough army colonel on the way back from helping wounded soldiers; B.J. helps Zale with a Dear John letter.
The Doctors encounter a bad fever that is affecting some of the wounded and several others, when Frank comes down with it he upsets Hot Lips by leaving her his clothes and all his money to his wife.
When a wounded Colonel comes into camp, his antique six shooter is put into lockup. The gun comes up missing and Radar is in a direct line to take the blame for allowing it to be stolen. Hawkey and B.J. have their suspicions as to who might have stolen the gun.
Mail call brings a 'Dear John' letter to Frank from his wife who has heard a story about his flirtation with Hot Lips. Colonel Potter finds out that he is going to become a grandfather.
Radar tries to get some tomato juice for Colonel Potter and has to go through a whole lot of twists and turns in the process.
Radar writes home to his mother while Hawkeye carries on foot inspection and Col. Potter gets shot in the backside.
Haweye flips his jeep while returning to the 4077th and suffers a concussion. He is then rescued by a Korean family who can not understand a word of English.
Frank becomes sanitation officer and decides to make some money for the unit by auctioning off the camps garbage. Hawkeye has problems with his love life.
Frank tries to have Hawkeye court-martialed when things get out of hand while Colonel Potter is away from camp and Frank is left in charge.
The 4077th deals with a sick helicopter pilot who does not want to stop helping soldiers and a wounded G.I. who wants to quit.
Hawkeye encounters a new nurse at camp who turns out to be a old flame and discovers that she is now married. He then starts reevaluating their old relationship.
A sudden deluge of wounded at the 4077th is followed by a fire and a rainstorm.
Famed newscaster Clete Roberts visits the 4077th for a report on the feelings of the people stationed there.
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