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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.
A rumor that the 4077th is going to "bug out" becomes grossly exaggerated until it is believed the entire Chinese army is attacking the camp.
Hawkeye tries to help the nurses out when their stove goes out in the freezing weather and is injured when the stove blows up in his face.
Radar's sudden promotion to lieutenant stuns everyone but Hawkeye and B.J., who were responsible. Radar's promotion also causes problems between him and his dating interest.
The long-smoldering feud between Hot Lips and the nurses in her command comes to a head when she confines one of them to her tent.
Hot Lips' mysterious disappearance so disturbs Frank that he shoots B.J. while preparing to search for her.
Psychiatrist Maj. Freedman visits the 4077th to clear his head and finds release in its unique form of insanity.
Frank is very antagonistic toward a wounded North Korean officer who turns out to be a doctor that tries to help other patients while he is being treated for his wounds.
Exhausted from 24 hours of duty, Hawkeye and Col. Potter respond to a desperate call from a Korean army hospital requesting surgeons.
Sudden symptoms of illness in Hot Lips and in Col. Potter's favorite mare cause concern in the 4077th.
Mysterious happenings in the 4077th seem to confirm the Korean belief in an unseen world of demons and ancestral spirits.
Hawkeye's extreme exhaustion manifests itself in the form of nocturnal basketball games and frightening nightmares.
Radar begins writing about activities in the camp when he is accepted to the 'Famous Las Vegas Writers School'.
The company's young Korean table tennis champion persuades Hawkeye and B.J. to lend him money for an engagement ring.
A football hero creates a perplexing psychological problem for Hawkeye and B.J. when he suffers a wound that will end his career.
When B.J. attempts to comfort a nurse who has marriage troubles, he discovers a romantic problem of his own
An outbreak of infectious hepatitis threatens the entire medical staff of the 4077th.
Hawkeye is picked to be the personal physician for a corps commander until he gives the general a physical.
Col. Potter plans to show his all-time favorite Western as a pick-me-up for the company's badly sagging morale.
Hawkeye and B.J. decide to do something about a helicopter pilot who uses natives to gather battlefield bric-a-brac to sell as war souvenirs.
The surgical teams must somehow cope with a critical shortage of blood during a grueling 18-hour operating session
Maj. Houlihan's fiance arrives at the 4077th and shocks Frank by asking him to be his best man.
Mike Farrell(Captain B.J. Hunnicut)
David Ogden Stiers(Major Charles Emerson Winchester III)
Alan Alda(Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce)
Wayne Rogers(Captain John Francis Xavier "Trapper" McIntyre)
McLean Stevenson(Lt. Colonel Henry Braymore Blake)
Loretta Swit(Major Margaret J. "Hot Lips" Houlihan)
Larry Linville(Major Franklin Delano Marion Burns)
Gary Burghoff(Corporal Walter Eugene "Radar" O'Reilly)
Jamie Farr(Corporal / Sergeant Maxwell Q. Klinger)
Harry Morgan(Colonel Sherman T. Potter)
William Christopher(Father John Patrick Francis Mulcahy)
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