SHIP OUT WITH THE 4077
Z. Jackson | 02/12/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"SEASON TEN INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
"THAT'S SHOW BIZ" The 4077 gets an unexpected and uplifting visit from a traveling USO tour when one of it's singers needs emergency surgery.
"IDENTITY CRISIS" Father Mulcahy faces an unusual dilemma after he hears a guilty soldier's starling confession.
"RUMOR AT THE TOP" Hawkeye and B.J. try to make Colonel Potter look a little bit incompetent after they suspect he's being considered to head up a new MASH unit.
"GIVE 'EM HELL, HAWKEYE" Upset that the peace talks have been going on for a year, Hawkeye writes a letter to President Truman asking him to just stop the darn war.
"WHEELERS AND DEALERS" Colonel Potter takes driving lessons from Klinger, while BJ is upset after learning that his wife took a job at a coffee shop to help pay the mortgage.
"COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN" While Winchester hoards his newspapers from home, Hawkeye helps two Korean brothers who have been fighting on opposite sides in the war.
"SNAP JUDGMENT" Klinger finds Hawkeye's stolen camera for sale at the local black market and soon finds himself accused of the theft-and facing jail time.
"SNAPPIER JUDGMENT" Hawkeye and BJ realize they have to do something for Klinger after Winchester doesn't appear to be the best defense at Klinger's military court-martial.
"TWAS THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS" Potter has the 4077 adopt the British Boxing Day tradition of having the officers and soldiers exchange jobs for the day.
"FOLLIES OF THE LIVING - CONCERNS OF THE DEAD" Klinger delirious with a high fever, listens to the spirit of a dead soldier who just can't believe that he's really dead.
"THE BIRTHDAY GIRLS" Margaret rants and raves when her big birthday plans in Tokyo go kaput after her Jeep breaks down on the way to the airport.
"BLOOD AND GUTS" Hawkeye is furious when a big-time war correspondent turns the irresponsible actions of a few GIs into untrue takes of heroism and valor.
"A HOLY MESS" An AWOL soldier, upset over his wife's infidelity, asks Father Mulcahy for sanctuary after services in the mess tent.
"THE TOOTH SHALL ST YOU FREE" While Charles needs to have a bad tooth removed, Hawkeye and Potter try to have an equally bad major removed from duty after it becomes clear that he's bigot.
"PRESSURE POINTS" When Hawkeye has to re-operate on one of Potter's patients, the Colonel fears he's losing his touch, and Winchester loses patience with his sloppy bunkmaters.
"WHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAR" de finds himself quickly writing out his last will and testament after the aid station he volunteered to help out comes under heavy fire.
"PROMOTION COMMOTION" Hawkeye, BJ and Winchester have to do some quick thinking when a soldier they passed over for a promotion gets violent after he learns he hasn't earned another stripe.
"HEROES" Hawkeye basks a bit too much in all the media attention when he treats a celebrity prize fighter, and BJ tries to save a soldier using an untested electroshock treatment.
"SONS AND BOWLERS" When Hawkeye misses the big bowling tournament so he can take a phone call from his hospitalized father, Margaret happily takes his place on the team.
"PICTURE THIS" Colonel Poter wants to paint a portrait of the unit for his wife's birthday, but fights between some of the gang make it hard to get them all together for a sitting.
"THAT DARN KID" Hawkeye is called into the OR while he's handing out the payroll, so he gives the money to Klinger, who unfortunately leaves it within the reach of his new pet goat."