M*A*S*H: Season 4

M*A*S*H: Season 4

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Emmy-winning black comedy series based on the 1970 film of the same name, set during the Korean War which lasted three years (despite the show running for almost 12 years).

1975Rating: TV-PGUSA20th Century Fox Television



Welcome to Korea

Trapper is shipped home while Hawkeye is on R&R. Hawkeye... More speeds to Kimpo with Radar to catch Trapper's plane, but they just miss him. While they are there, they pick up BJ Hunnicut and take him back to camp. On the way back, BJ is introduced to the Korean War.


Change of Command

Frank settles in as commanding officer, only to have a... More new one appointed over his head, one that, to his chagrin, fits in very well.


It Happened One Night

A freezing night, an artillery barrage that's coming too close,... More a patient going downhill, and Frank's searching Hot Lips' tent for his letters.


The Late Captain Pierce

When Hawkeye's father is notified that he's dead, he finds... More it's no easy matter either to get word to him or to establish otherwise.


Hey, Doc

Its quid pro quo at the 4077th: two bottles of... More Scotch for secret surgery, and a tank to scare off snipers for an unauthorized shot of penicillin.


The Bus

Radar is driving Hawk, B.J., Sherman, and Frank in a... More bus back from a "medical conference" when they get lost. They stop to see if they can find anything they recognize. When they decide to turn around, they find that the bus does not want to start. Radar goes off in the middle of the night for the latrine, and does not immediately return. Stricken, Hawkeye wants to set out to find him, only to be stopped by Sherman. An injured Korean surrenders to get medical help from Hawk and B.J.. Upon Radar return, the Korean helps repair the bus and get them out of danger.


Dear Mildred

It's Potter's anniversary. While Potter writes home, Frank and Hot... More Lips have a wood carving made for him, and Radar rescues a horse and makes him a present of it.


The Kids

The 4077th plays host to kids bombed out of their... More orphanage, and at the same time has to deliver a baby and care for battle casualties.


Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler

Intelligence officer Colonel Flagg, and psychiatrist Sidney Freedman, grapples over... More the fate of a wounded officer, Captain Chandler, who claims to be Jesus Christ. Perhaps the most poignant scene is when Radar asks Chandler to bless his teddy bear.


Dear Peggy

B.J. writes home to his wife, Peg, reporting Klinger's escape... More attempts, the visit of a formidable chaplain, and one of Frank's goof-ups.


Of Moose and Men

Hawkeye tangles with a tough Army colonel, Colonel Spiker, B.J.... More helps Zale, who's received a "Dear John" letter, and Frank looks endlessly for Korean saboteurs.


Soldier of the Month

Frank has a fever and makes a will, leaving all... More his money to his wife and all his clothes to Hot Lips.


The Gun

A wounded colonel's gun, a showpiece, disappears, and Hawkeye and... More B.J. play a hunch and bluff Frank, who has it, into returning it.


Mail Call, Again

Mail brings a letter to Frank saying his wife is... More divorcing him, and one to Potter telling him he's going to be a grandfather.


The Price of Tomato Juice

Radar gets the help of Hawkeye and B.J. to procure... More something Colonel Potter says he's fond of, but that's hard to come by - tomato juice.


Dear Ma

Radar writes home to his mother, as Hawkeye conducts the... More camp foot inspection, and Colonel Potter gets some shrapnel in his backside.


Der Tag

Potter decides Frank would be less of a pain if... More the others were friendlier to him; they oblige, with some startling results.



Hawkeye is injured in a jeep accident and, aware he... More has a concussion, babbles to a Korean family to keep himself awake.


Some 38th Parallels

Frank tries to distinguish himself by selling the camp garbage,... More but it's Hawkeye who finds a use for it: he dumps it on a troublesome Colonel Coner.


The Novocaine Mutiny

Frank has Hawkeye up on charges of mutiny, for usurping... More his authority when Potter was away on leave, and Frank was the C.O. The Judge Advocate, Colonel Carmichael, tries the case; BJ, Potter, and Radar are in attendance of the preliminary hearing to offer support for Hawkeye. There are several versions of what happened: according to Frank, he was trying to hold the 4077th together during heavy casualties when everyone else was falling apart; according to The Eye Of The Hawk, BJ and Radar, it was Frank who was out of control with his regimen. Finding no evidence of the alleged mutiny, the judge drops all charges against Hawkeye and puts Frank in his place (but will he stay there?!).


Smilin' Jack

The 4077th turns up a sick helicopter pilot, 'Smilin' Jack,... More who doesn't want to quit, and a twice-wounded GI who does.


The More I See You

Hawkeye is reunited with a woman he thought was out... More of his life forever, but who never altogether leaves.



A sudden deluge of wounded at the 4077th is followed... More by a fire and a rainstorm which makes matters difficult for the staff.


The Interview

Clete Roberts introduces this segment as his show; he's arrived... More at Korea to interview the staff of the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital because of its high 97% efficiency rating. In Roberts' interviews with Hawkeye, BJ, Frank, Radar, Klinger, Mulcahy and Potter, they talk about how they cope with their situation, what they miss about home, how they feel about who they work with, and whether they see any good in coming from war.

M*A*S*H: Season 4 | Release Details

M*A*S*H: Season 4 is available to stream in New Zealand now on Disney+.