MASH

MASH

Season 11 (1983)

The final run of 16 episodes began broadcasting in the US in October 1981. The season marked the end of the Korean War and included the staff trading ghost stories on Halloween during surgery, Winchester and Hawkeye planting a rumour that Marilyn Monroe was visiting the camp, and a wounded American soldier (Craig Wasson) learning some harsh lessons when he develops a friendship with the North Korean he wounded. The final episode was broadcast in the US on February 28, 1983.

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01. Hey, Look Me Over

The nurses return from an evacuation to find the campsite in chaos and, with just two days to prepare for an inspection, Major Houlihan tries to restore order. Alan Alda and Loretta Swit star.

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03. Foreign Affairs

Charles gets more than he bargained for when he falls for a French nurse with a bohemian past, and the Army attempts to persuade a North Korean pilot to defect. Alan Alda stars.

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04. The Joker Is Wild

The gang tries to get one over on each other by playing practical jokes. Korean War comedy, starring Alan Alda, David Ogden Stiers and Mike Farrell.

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05. Who Knew?

Hawkeye wants to give a eulogy for a nurse killed by a landmine - but the details of her life are rather sparse. Korean War comedy, starring Alan Alda, David Ogden Stiers and Mike Farrell.

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06. Bombshells

Hawkeye and Charles convince Klinger that Marilyn Monroe is visiting the camp, proving the point that some people are willing to believe anything.

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07. Settling Debts

Hawkeye and the team hold a surprise party for Colonel Potter to celebrate the final mortgage payment on his house in the States. Korean War comedy, starring Alan Alda.

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08. The Moon Is Not Blue

Hawkeye and BJ screen a racy new film after General Rothaker outlaws alcohol at the 4077th. Comedy, starring Alan Alda, David Ogden Stiers and Mike Farrell.

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09. Run for the Money

Klinger makes enemies of his colleagues after a money-spinning scheme backfires. Korean War comedy, starring Alan Alda.

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10. UN, the Night and the Music

When three UN delegates visit the 4077th, each leaves a lasting impression. Korean War comedy, starring Alan Alda and Mike Farrell.

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11. Strange Bedfellows

Charles refuses to believe he snores, even though it is keeping Hawkeye and BJ awake. Korean War comedy, starring Alan Alda and David Ogden Stiers.

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12. Say No More

Military strategist General Addison Collins refuses to accept responsibility for the war games that have mortally wounded his own son, and Margaret develops laryngitis as she is about to meet her hero Dr Stephen Chesler. Korean War comedy, starring Loretta Swit.

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13. Friends and Enemies

Potter faces a dilemma when his old army friend Woody Cooke turns up at the 4007th, with Hawkeye and BJ learning he is not the hero he pretends to be. BJ suffers from both an ingrown toenail, as well as Charles's insistence on playing his Mahler records. Korean War comedy, starring Alan Alda.

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14. Give and Take

Potter returns from Seoul to learn that Charles, after failing to fulfil his charity officer duties on payday, now faces having to make amends, and Private Kurland learns a painful lesson.

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16. Goodbye, Farewell and Amen

The atmosphere is frantic as casualties flood into the station during the last days of the war, while Hawkeye is temporarily institutionalised due to a nervous breakdown. Feature-length finale of the comedy, starring Alan Alda, Mike Farrell and Loretta Swit.

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