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Welcome To Korea, Parts 1 and 2

Episode: 073 | Aired: September 12, 1975

A bomb drops directly on the camp: Trapper John has been discharged. Hawkeye returns from his R&R and finds out that his best friend, his closest ally, his partner in crime is gone. He meets his new replacement, B.J. Hunnicutt. They immediately get sloppy drunk and are new best buddies.

Welcome To Korea, Part 2 of 2

Episode: 074 | Aired: September 12, 1975

A bomb drops directly on the camp: Trapper John has been discharged. Hawkeye returns from his R&R and finds out that his best friend, his closest ally, his partner in crime is gone. He meets his new replacement, B.J. Hunnicutt. They immediately get sloppy drunk and are new best buddies.

Change Of Command

Episode: 075 | Aired: September 19, 1975

The camp is still adjusting to the departure of Trapper, the arrival of Hunnicutt and the ascension of Burns, when another bomb drops: the 4077th is getting a new commander. Col. Sherman T. Potter arrives.

It Happened One Night

Episode: 076 | Aired: September 26, 1975

The 4077th is gripped by freezing temperatures and threatened by an artillery barrage. The O.R. is upset by a patient who just wont get better, and Frank is upset that he cant find his love letters in Hot Lips' tent.

Hey, Doc

Episode: 078 | Aired: October 03, 1975

Hawkeye and B.J. plan to assist a friend who wants to open a Korean restaurant. Frank refuses to go along, but a bizarre tank accident changes his mind.

The Late Captain Pierce

Episode: 077 | Aired: October 10, 1975

Capt. Pierce is dead. At least on paper. Due to a clerical error, Hawkeyes father is told that his son has died. Hawkeye finds it ridiculously difficult to set the record straight.

The Bus

Episode: 079 | Aired: October 17, 1975

Hawkeye, B.J., Potter and Burns return from a medical conference in a bus driven by Radar. First they get lost, then the bus stalls. Worse yet, a North Korean soldier finds them stranded like sitting ducks.

Dear Mildred

Episode: 080 | Aired: October 24, 1975

Potter writes home to wish his wife a happy 27th anniversary. Frank and Hot Lips commission a wood carving as a gift for him, but Radar comes up with the perfect gift.

The Kids

Episode: 081 | Aired: October 31, 1975

The 4077th welcomes Korean orphans who were made homeless by a shelling attack. One of the girls is pregnant and suffering from a bullet wound. Frank accuses a child of stealing his precious Purple Heart.

Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler

Episode: 082 | Aired: November 07, 1975

A wounded officer claims to be Jesus Christ. Radar asks the purported savior to bless his teddy bear.

Dear Peggy

Episode: 083 | Aired: November 11, 1975

B.J. writes home to tell his wife about life at the 4077th, including Klinger's antics, Frank's foul-ups, and the story of a visiting chaplain.

Of Moose And Men

Episode: 084 | Aired: November 21, 1975

A colonel wants Hawkeye disciplined for being disrespectful despite the fact that Hawkeye saved his life. B.J.s friend finds out that his wife is unfaithful. Frank genuinely believes that all Koreans are concealing bombs.

Soldier Of The Month

Episode: 085 | Aired: November 28, 1975

Frank catches a fever and prepares for the worst: in his last will and testament, he leaves all his money to his wife. And all his clothes to Hot Lips.

The Gun

Episode: 086 | Aired: December 02, 1975

The vintage revolver of a wounded officer is stolen from the camp's gun locker and Radar is accused as the thief. Hawkeye and Pierce figure out that Frank has stolen the Colt .45 and fool him into giving it back. While returning the gun, Frank shoots himself in the foot.

Mail Call, Again

Episode: 087 | Aired: December 09, 1975

Colonel Potter gets great news: he's going to become a grandpa. Frank gets bad news: hes going to be an ex-husband. His wife reveals that she knows all about Margaret.

The Price Of Tomato Juice

Episode: 088 | Aired: December 16, 1975

Radar, Hawkeye and B.J. plot, scheme and strategize to score the contraband that Col. Potter craves tomato juice.

Dear Ma

Episode: 089 | Aired: December 23, 1975

Radar writes mom, Hawkeye inspects feet, and Colonel Potter catches shrapnel on his Southside.

Der Tag

Episode: 090 | Aired: January 06, 1976

At Colonel Potters request, Hawkeye and B.J. are friendlier toward Frank while Hot Lips is on leave. They even invite Frank for drinks. But old habits die hard: when Frank passes out, Hawkeye and B.J. put a toe tag on him, which is funny until Frank is really shipped to the front lines.

Hawkeye

Episode: 091 | Aired: January 13, 1976

Hawkeye injures his head in a jeep accident. A family finds him and takes him into their care. He knows how dangerous it can be to fall asleep with a concussion, so he talks to the family non-stop in order to stay awake. Heres the thing: the Korean brood doesnt speak a word of English.

Some 38th Parallels

Episode: 092 | Aired: January 20, 1976

Concocting yet another mix of xenophobia and paranoia, Frank is worried that the Koreans are stealing the camps garbage. So he decides to sell it. Hawkeye is facing an impotency crisis.

The Novocaine Mutiny

Episode: 093 | Aired: January 27, 1976

When Potter is away and Frank is in charge, Hawkeye faces charges of mutiny.

Smilin' Jack

Episode: 094 | Aired: February 03, 1976

A helicopter pilot wants to get back to fighting despite his failing health. Meanwhile, a GI who won Purple Hearts by nearly losing his life on two occasions has had enough of the bloodbath.

Deluge

Episode: 096 | Aired: February 17, 1976

The 4077th is hit by a fire in the laundry, a rainstorm in the camp, and a flood of wounded in the O.R.

The Interview

Episode: 097 | Aired: February 24, 1976

A real-life reporter, Clete Roberts, visits the 4077th to interview the characters about the war for a documentary. Like the fictitious doc, this entire episode is filmed in black and white.