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M*A*S*H

Fade Out, Fade In-Parts 1 and 2

Episode: 123 | Aired: September 20, 1977

Margaret goes on her honeymoon. Frank goes nuts. Major Charles Emerson Winchester III goes to the 4077th. Then, Frank goes back to the States to work in a V.A. hospital.

Fade Out, Fade In, Part 2 of 2

Episode: 124 | Aired: September 20, 1977

Margaret goes on her honeymoon. Frank goes nuts. Major Charles Emerson Winchester III goes to the 4077th. Then, Frank goes back to the States to work in a V.A. hospital.

Fallen Idol

Episode: 125 | Aired: September 27, 1977

Hawkeye recommends that Radar look for female companionship at someplace called the Pink Pagoda in Seoul. En route, Radar falls under attack and is seriously injured. He ends up returning to the 4077th in need of surgery, which Hawkeye is too devastated to perform.

The Last Laugh

Episode: 126 | Aired: October 04, 1977

The 4077th is stricken by an outbreak of practical jokes. The jokes proliferate and escalate with each round of gotcha. Naturally, Hawkeye gets the last laugh.

War of Nerves

Episode: 127 | Aired: October 11, 1977

In this episode, a soldier blames Sidney Freedman for sending him back to the front line.

The Winchester Tapes

Episode: 128 | Aired: October 18, 1977

Winchester appeals to his influential parents to pull strings so he can be honorably relieved of duty. Hawkeye and B.J. wage an attack on Winchesters wardrobe.

The Light That Failed

Episode: 129 | Aired: October 25, 1977

A mystery novel gets passed around camp. So whats the problem? The last page is missing. Everyone is on edge until B.J. gets a brilliant idea: he calls the author long distance. Meanwhile, Winchester nearly kills a patient because he misreads a label.

In Love and War

Episode: 130 | Aired: November 01, 1977

Boy meets girl: Hawkeye falls in love with a Korean woman whose mother is ailing. Boy loses girl: the woman, Kyung Soon, moves away from the camp after her mother dies.

Change Day

Episode: 131 | Aired: November 08, 1977

Winchester brews an elaborate insider-trading scheme when he finds out the Army plans to switch from blue scrip to red. His get-rich-quick plot is foiled by Hawkeye and B.J.

Images

Episode: 132 | Aired: November 15, 1977

Radar admires the matrix of tattoos on a wounded patient and convinces himself that tattoos will make him irresistible to women. Despite everyones discouragement, Radar gets a tattoo the kind you can wash off with soap and water.

The M*A*S*H Olympics

Episode: 133 | Aired: November 22, 1977

To trim the waistline of the 4077th, Potter stages a camp-wide Olympics competition. The prize is a three-day pass for the entire winning team. Hawkeyes team wins and B.J. ends up having to chauffeur his best friend in a wheelchair for a week.

The Grim Reaper

Episode: 134 | Aired: November 29, 1977

When Hawkeye gets upset by a visiting Colonels morbid prediction that the 4077th is about to receive a drove of war wounded, he shoves the officer against a wall, which precipitates a court martial hearing against Hawkeye.

Comrades In Arms, Part 1 of 2

Episode: 135 | Aired: December 06, 1977

Hawkeye and Margaret are lost behind enemy lines and seek shelter together in a roadside hut.

Comrades in Arms, Part 2 of 2

Episode: 136 | Aired: December 13, 1977

While behind enemy lines, Hawkeye and Margaret form an emotional bond and make peace with one another.

The Merchant of Korea

Episode: 137 | Aired: December 20, 1977

Charles learns to play poker and finds that he has remarkable beginners luck. In short order, he takes everyones money. Then Radar notices a tell: Charles whistles when he bluffs. As a result, everyone wins back their money.

The Smell Of Music

Episode: 138 | Aired: January 03, 1978

Charles drives Hawkeye and B.J. bonkers with his French horn. To protest his playing, they go on a bath strike: they refuse to clean themselves until he stops blowing. Neither side is willing to give in.

Patient 4077

Episode: 139 | Aired: January 10, 1978

In desperate need of a specific surgical clamp, Hawkeye and B.J. teach a local jewelry dealer to craft the tool. Within days, they use the clamp to save a soldiers leg. The jewelry dealer decides to enter the business of surgical supplies.

Tea and Empathy

Episode: 140 | Aired: January 17, 1978

The unlikeliest of duos, Klinger and Mulcahy, go on a dangerous search and recover mission to secure some much-needed penicillin. Despite heavy pressure and heavy fire, the camp kook and man of the cloth come through.

Your Hit Parade

Episode: 141 | Aired: January 24, 1978

The 4077th is entertained by the velvet tones of its own silky-smooth deejay Radar. As hordes and hordes of wounded arrive, Radar gets everyone through the crisis by spinning just the right tunes from a shipment of records that arrives at camp.

What's up, Doc?

Episode: 142 | Aired: January 30, 1978

Hawkeye has to perform the rabbit test to confirm that Hot Lips is pregnant. Radar objects because its his rabbit, Fluffy. Meanwhile, a patient demands a discharge at gunpoint.

Mail Call Three

Episode: 143 | Aired: February 06, 1978

When the mail finally arrives after a three-week delay, it is literally a mixed bag: Hawkeye receives love letters (intended for another Benjamin Pierce); another man makes moves on B.J.s wife; and Radars mom has found true love.

Temporary Duty

Episode: 144 | Aired: February 13, 1978

A personnel swap between two M*A*S*H units lands Hawkeye in the 8063rd and Capt. Roy Dupree, as well as Lorraine Anderson, in the 4077th. When Lorraine sees Charles, she likes what she sees. Charles does not return the affection. In fact, he and B.J. work together to get the transfers reversed.

Potter's Retirement

Episode: 145 | Aired: February 20, 1978

Potters leadership is called into question when the higher-ups get complaints from the 4077th. As it turns out, the criticism is coming from a corporal who was sent to the unit by a disturbed colonel who had been wounded months earlier.

Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde

Episode: 146 | Aired: February 27, 1978

Charles finds two expedient uses for amphetamines. He drugs himself to maintain his energy in the operating room. And he gives a dose to Radars mouse, Daisy, so she can out-run a Marines mouse, Sluggo.

Major Topper

Episode: 147 | Aired: March 27, 1978

When their morphine appears to be contaminated, the doctors relieve patients pains with placebos. Amazingly, it works.