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|MASH TV Season 7|
Actors: Alan Alda, Mike Farrell, Larry Linville, Gary Burghoff, Jamie Farr
Genres: Comedy, Television
As the seventh season opens, peace talks to end the war have been going on for over a year and Hawkeye has had enough. He jumps in a jeep and roars off to the talks, and although he makes it onto the speaker's floor, his r... more »
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SHIP OUT WITH THE 4077
Z. Jackson | 01/20/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Season Seven includes the following:
Hawkeye discovers it's no picnic to be in command of the unit after Colonel Potter goes to Seoul and leaves him in charge of the 4077.
"PEACE ON US"
Angered that peace talks have been going on for more than a year. Hawkeye jumps in a jeep and roars off to talk some sense into the negotiators' heads.
Radar thinks Colonel Potter has something more than friendship on his mind when he gets a little too cozy with visiting dignitary Colonel Lillian Ryaburn.
"OUR FINEST HOUR, PARTS 1 & 2"
War correspondent Clete Roberts returns to the 4077 for an updated on conditions and morale for another of his famous television talks.
"THE BILLFOLD SYNDROME"
Psychiatrist Sidney Freedman is called back to the 4077 by Colonel Potter after a young medic from the 5th Regimental Combat Team loses his memory.
"NONE LIKE IT HOT"
Whem temperatures soar over 100 degrees, Hawkeye and BJ come up with the perfect remedy - a mail-order rubber bathtub from Abercombie & Fitch.
"THEY CALL THE WIND KOREA"
When high winds prevent the arrival of incoming wounded, Charles decides to go to Seoul for some R & R. But his plan takes an unexpected detour after Klinger volunteers to drive.
After reviving a dying patient by performing a heart massage, Charles makes a call to Stars & Stripes so the paper can print an article about his heroics.
"BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE"
When the temperature falls to the 13 degrees Fahrenheit, Charles becomes very unpopular after he flaunts his fully winterized polar suit in front of the freezing staff and patients.
"POINT OF VIEW"
From being shot to being treated in post-op, the viewer sees it all through the eyes of a young solider unable to speak but able to see everything happening around him.
Hawkeye and BJ begin to suspect that Charles overly attentive Korean servant may have more on his mind than just attending to Charles every desire.
"OUT OF GAS"
When the unit runs out of sodium pentothal, Father Mulchacy arranges a rendezvous with black market racketeers, but runs into a problem when he takes Charles along.
"AN EYE FOR A TOOTH"
Angry to be passed over for a promotion once again, Father Mulcahy boldly takes matters into his own hands with near disastrous results.
Father Mulchy send his sister a Christmas letter bemoaning his feeling of uselessness and his desperate desire to prove more comfort for the troops.
" BJ PAPA SAN"
BJ becomes a surrogate father to an impoverished Korean family, but he spends so much time worrying about them that Hawkeye begins to worry about his friend.
The docs of the 4077 get their egos bruised when a beautiful Swedish doctor first criticizes some of their techniques then upstages them in the OR.
While Colonel Potter tries to find his missing horse, Hawkeye and BJ try to help a young Korean boy who's trying to stay missing from the Korean Army.
"THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS"
A hotshot medical demonstrator stationed in Tokyo has strange effects on the docs of the 4077 after he show's up to demonstrate the latest medical techniques.
"HOT LIPS IS BACK IN TOWN"
While Radar takes advice from Hawkeye on how to deal with a cute new nurse, Margaret celebrates her divorce and her new self-confidence.
When the 4077 has to bug out to a nearby cave to avoid US artillery fire, Hawkeye is confronted with a big problem that no one knows about - his claustrophobia.
"RALLY ROUND THE FLAGG, BOYS"
Colonel Flagg returns to the 4077 after Hawkeye is accused of being a Commie sympathizer because he treated a wounded North Korean solider before an American.
Hawkeye practices some preventative medicine after learning that a careless Colonel's actions are responsible for the large number of casualties in the troops under his command.
"A NIGHT AT ROSIE'S"
A depressed Hawkeye heads to Rosie's Bar and spends the night hanging out with an AWOL sergeant and all the folks that Colonel Potter sends over to bring him back to camp.
"AIN'T LOVE GRAND?"
While Klinger meets a girl who finds his bizarre attire attractive, Charles falls in love with a Korean "working girl" at Rosie's Bar.
Talk of a reunion party after the war gives BJ another idea: having the stateside family members of the 4077 get together for a party in New York City.