Episode: 025 | Aired: September 15, 1973
A psychiatrist is assigned to analyze the 4077th, so Henry commands everyone to be on best behavior. Everyone complies. For a while, anyway. Very little while.
Episode: 026 | Aired: September 22, 1973
An inept North Korean pilot repeatedly attempts to bomb an ammo dump near the camp. His misses are more entertaining than threatening to everybody in the compound. Everybody except Frank and Hot Lips, of course.
Episode: 027 | Aired: September 29, 1973
Klinger is targeted by Hot Lips and Frank to be examined by a psychiatrist and, finally, Hawkeye flirts with a nurse (played by Joan Van Ark).
Episode: 028 | Aired: October 06, 1973
Hawkeye and Trapper are disturbed by word that the Army mistakenly bombed the South Korean village of Tai Dong. Without admitting to the bombing, the Army agrees to rebuild the village and to throw in a soft-serve ice cream maker!
Episode: 029 | Aired: October 13, 1973
Hawkeye goes sleepless for three days straight due to surgery duty. In his delirious haze, he decides to investigate who started the war, and understandably decides that he must send the 4077th's latrine to N. Korea.
Episode: 030 | Aired: October 20, 1973
Trapper shows his paternal instinct when he meets an orphaned Korean boy named Kim. Trapper intends to adopt the little boy, assuming he survives the minefield.
Episode: 031 | Aired: October 27, 1973
Corporal Walker wants to take his Korean girlfriend and their child home with him. When he tries to marry the girl, the Army sends Lt. Willis to investigate. Hawkeye is offended by a nurse that hes dating who does not approve of the marriage between "one of them" and "one of us".
Episode: 032 | Aired: November 03, 1973
In a fiendish double play, Houlihan and Burns officially dispute Col. Blake's fitness to command. They lock up Hawkeye and Trapper to prevent them from helping him.
Episode: 033 | Aired: November 10, 1973
Hawkeye recounts to his father the tale of a soldier hit by a grenade; the story of the time he and Trapper tinted the skin of a racist patient; and the poignant details of a home movie Henry received from home.
Episode: 034 | Aired: November 17, 1973
A sharp shooter has the 4077th in his sights including Radar and Henry in the shower. The misguided soldier thinks he's firing on McArthur's headquarters. When a chopper ends the siege by firing on the lone sniper, Hawkeye walks into the bush and tends to his wounds.
Episode: 035 | Aired: November 24, 1973
Asian flu sweeps through the camp, leaving the unlikely team of Hawkeye and Margaret to do virtually everything. Then Margaret gets sick. Just about the time everyone else begins to recover, Hawkeye catches the bug.
Episode: 036 | Aired: December 01, 1973
Demonstrating the deviation in their desires for devices that conduct heat, Henry gets a barbecue, and Hawkeye requests an incubator. A colonel tries to sell him one, but things dont pan out.
Episode: 037 | Aired: December 08, 1973
Sidney Freedman arrives at camp and jumps into the ongoing poker game at The Swamp. Radar hits one of the locals with a jeep. As it turns out, the victim is known for jumping in front of vehicles and seeking a payoff. Meanwhile, someone sets out to kill Frank.
Episode: 038 | Aired: December 15, 1973
Margaret takes a good, hard look at her life and decides to leave Frank and the 4077. She then proceeds to get smashed at her going-away party. But nothing is more sobering than the wounded of war, that start to arrive.
Episode: 039 | Aired: December 22, 1973
After Hawkeye and Trapper successfully operate on a generals son, they are rewarded with a three-day binge in Tokyo and an officers club for the camp. Meanwhile, Klinger pretends to be pregnant.
Episode: 040 | Aired: January 05, 1974
After a week in Tokyo, Henry returns to camp smitten by a 20-year old named Nancy Sue Parker. Young Miss Nancy makes a pass at Hawkeye while Henry is in surgery. After a phone call with his wife, Henry realizes he loves her and decides that what happens in Tokyo stays in Tokyo.
Episode: 041 | Aired: January 12, 1974
Hawkeye wants a new pair of boots, which he can only get from Zale, unraveling a complex matrix of favors and ultimately leaves Hawkeye bootless.
Episode: 042 | Aired: January 19, 1974
A private desperately wants plastic surgery for his rather prominent nose. Hawkeye convinces a plastic surgeon to perform the procedure by promising him a nurse nicknamed Barracuda. Hawkeye maneuvers to facilitate the operation for the AWOL private without Frank or Margaret finding out.
Episode: 043 | Aired: January 26, 1974
A Korean family sets up its new home right in the middle of the compound. Meanwhile, a Korean woman with a newborn accuses Radar of being her baby daddy.
Episode: 044 | Aired: February 02, 1974
Hawkeye and Trapper pack Frank into a crate while he sleeps. They receive gorilla suits through the mail. The camp falls under friendly fire and Radar frantically pleads for someone to stop the shelling.
Episode: 045 | Aired: February 09, 1974
When the supply lines to the camp are cut, Radar exercises his authority as the camps housing officer by doubling people up to save fuel. In their own desperate attempts to stay warm, everybody starts burning everything in sight.
Episode: 046 | Aired: February 16, 1974
A private tells Hawkeye: "Two guys got beaten up in my outfit. One colored, the other homosexual. As you can see, Doc, I'm not colored." Frank, who apparently is homophobic on top of everything else, tries to get the soldier dishonorably discharged for his confession.
Episode: 047 | Aired: February 23, 1974
Trapper becomes so depressed when a new batch of mail arrives that he seriously considers deserting. Meanwhile, Hawkeye dupes Frank into buying stocks in a fake company.
Episode: 048 | Aired: March 02, 1974
Mysterious Col. Flagg starts snooping around the 4077th, which attracts another war spy to the camp. Upset by the Spy vs. Spy intrigue overtaking the compound, Hawkeye and Trapper decide to trick them both into believing Burns is a traitor.