Episode: 001 | Aired: September 17, 1972
Ho John, the Korean houseboy who works at the Swamp, learns that hes been accepted at Hawkeye's alma mater. Hawkeye helps the boy raise tuition money by selling raffle tickets. The grand prize: a weekend in Tokyo with a camp nurse!
Episode: 002 | Aired: September 24, 1972
The camps entire supply of hydrocortisone is stolen and sold on the black market. Hawkeye and Trapper acquire a fresh supply by cutting an elaborate deal with a seedy local thief. To close the deal, however, they have to bargain Henry's antique oak desk.
Episode: 003 | Aired: October 01, 1972
After Hot Lips convinces Henry to transfer a beautiful nurse out of the camp, Trapper literally fights to save the nurses job by entering the intercamp boxing tournament with Hawkeye as his trainer.
Episode: 004 | Aired: October 08, 1972
After Hawkeye is named chief surgeon, Hot Lips and Frank scheme against him; they recruit a general to visit the camp to scrutinize Hawkeye. After his encounter with the 4077th madness especially the cross-dressing Klinger the general declares that the unit is crazy.
Episode: 005 | Aired: October 15, 1972
The gang comes together to protest keeping a Korean housegirl as a servant. Hawkeye wins the girl from the sergeant who originally purchased her, but cant seem to make her understand that hes setting her free.
Episode: 006 | Aired: October 22, 1972
A brigadier general chooses the 4077th as the location to stage a fabricated documentary about the heroics of Mobile Army Surgical Hospitals or M*A*S*H units. Offended by the faked footage, Hawkeye and Trapper produce an authentic film.
Episode: 007 | Aired: November 05, 1972
When Hawkeyes request for a leave is turned down, he takes a page from Klingers book by faking insanity. His antics prove quite a challenge for the psychiatrist assigned to his case.
Episode: 008 | Aired: November 12, 1972
Henry denies a chopper pilots request to go home. The pilot decides to make his own episode of Kill Henry. The inevitable hi-jinks ensue.
Episode: 009 | Aired: November 19, 1972
Henry is transferred to Tokyo for administrative duty, which leaves Frank in charge of the camp. Hawkeye and Trapper to persuade Radar to fake an illness to lure Henry back.
Episode: 010 | Aired: November 26, 1972
When Hawkeye is accused of stealing from the 4077, he conducts his own investigation into the crime spree.
Episode: 011 | Aired: December 10, 1972
Hawkeye and Trapper steal a pint of Frank's blood. The patient who receives the blood develops complications, leading them to suspect that Frank has hepatitis.
Episode: 012 | Aired: December 17, 1972
Hawkeye describes the life inside the 4077th, from the clowning around to Father Mulcahy convincing Klinger not to kill himself. Dressed as Santa Claus, Hawkeye saves the life of a wounded soldier.
Episode: 013 | Aired: December 24, 1972
The nurses take a celibacy vow until someone goes on a date with lonely nurse Eddie (Edwina). The men draw straws, and Hawkeye is the big loser. Eddie nearly eats him alive on the date.
Episode: 014 | Aired: January 07, 1973
Radar gets a dreaded "Dear John" letter. Hawkeye and Trapper find him the perfect match, a nurse whos actually into classical literature and music.
Episode: 015 | Aired: January 14, 1973
Hawkeye and Trapper talk Radar into helping them invent a fictitious Capt. Tuttle, whose salary could be donated to help a local orphanage. The innocent lie mushrooms into a full-blown escapade.
Episode: 016 | Aired: January 21, 1973
Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar collaborate to send home a colonel (Leslie Nielsen) who has an unusually high casualty record.
Episode: 017 | Aired: January 28, 1973
Hawkeye is upset when he finds himself unable to save the life of an old friend who is wounded on the front. The grief moves Hawkeye to send home a baby-faced soldier (Ron Howard), who lied about his age to join the service.
Episode: 018 | Aired: February 04, 1973
Hawkeye writes a letter to his father, describing the volatile romance of Frank and Hot Lips, Radar's correspondence course, and a ridiculous bet Hawkeye makes, purporting that he could dine naked and no one would even notice.
Episode: 019 | Aired: February 17, 1973
Hawkeye gets a pair of longjohns from home, which he loans to his ill friend Trapper, who loans them to someone else, who loans them to someone else, and so on, until just about everybody in camp has a turn with the longjohns.
Episode: 020 | Aired: February 25, 1973
During the Army-Navy football game, the 4077th gets accidentally bombed by the CIA, leaving an unexploded shell in the camp. As they try to defuse the bomb, it explodes, littering the camp with U.S. propaganda leaflets.
Episode: 021 | Aired: March 04, 1973
Hawkeye, as usual, belittles Frank's ability in the operating room. However, as one of Hawkeye's patients starts slipping away, he begins to question his own abilities.
Episode: 022 | Aired: March 11, 1973
Frank threatens to transfer until he overhears Hawkeye and Trapper say they discovered gold. He figures out that they're pulling his leg when he discovers a ridiculous array of gilded objects, including a pure-gold jeep.
Episode: 023 | Aired: March 18, 1973
Word rages through camp that there's a ceasefire and, inevitably, a celebration erupts until the wounded soldiers arrive.
Episode: 024 | Aired: March 25, 1973
The 4077th gets a little R&R in the compound when an USO troupe comes to visit.