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.
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.