M*A*S*H: Season 7

M*A*S*H: Season 7

M*A*S*H: Season 7

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).

1978Rating: TV-PGUSA20th Century Fox Television
ComedyDramaWarClassic

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EPISODE 7.1

Commander Pierce

Hawkeye undergoes a drastic change when he becomes temporary commander of the 4077th, and learns about the tedious bureaucracy and accompanying headaches that Colonel Potter deals with daily.

EPISODE 7.2

Peace On Us

Hawkeye becomes so disgusted with the stalled Panmunjon peace talks that he impulsively takes matters into his own hands, and goes to the meetings to lend a hand.

EPISODE 7.3

Lil

Colonel Potter meets a female soldier of the same age and interests as himself, named Lil. The others in the camp think that he might be cheating on Mildred, even though his friendship with Lil... MORE is completely platonic. Meanwhile Hawkeye tries to find out what B.J.'s initials stand for. As it turns out, he was named after his parents, Bea and Jay Hunnicutt.

EPISODE 7.4

Our Finest Hour

Newscaster Clete Roberts, reprising an earlier interview appearance, returns to update Korean War conditions, when he conducts a series of television talks with the leading characters of the 4077th.

EPISODE 7.5

The Billfold Syndrome

Charles becomes so irate, when he is turned down for a future medical position at home, that he refuses to talk to anyone in the unit, until Hawkeye and B.J. send him a false telegram... MORE from home. Meanwhile, a young soldier, Jerry Wilson, can't remember his own identity, so Sidney Freedman is called for help.

EPISODE 7.6

None Like It Hot

As the temperatures reach triple digits, Hawkeye and BJ recieve their new rubber bathtub from Abercrombie & Fitch. However, soon the whole camp is hot under the collar as word leaks out about the tub... MORE and everyone wants a dip, except for Klinger, who is trying to get his Section 8 by wearing a fur coat.

EPISODE 7.7

They Call the Wind Korea

A strong windstorm affects the M*A*S*H personnel in varying ways: Hawkeye and most of the unit busy themselves securing items that could blow away; Radar prepares his animal hutch for the worst; a disgusted Charles... MORE switches his Tokyo-leave transportation from air to ground, and runs into a difficult medical situation en route to Seoul.

EPISODE 7.8

Major Ego

Captain Tom Greenleigh of Stars and Stripes comes to the 4077th to write an article about Charles, which makes him act even more egotistical than usual. Meanwhile, Margeret finds out her estranged husband Donald has... MORE tied up their joint account, while fending off at first -- then accepting -- the advances of Greenleigh. Klinger dresses up as various movie characters with the hope that Stars and Stripes will write about how crazy he is.

EPISODE 7.9

Baby, It's Cold Outside

While everyone is complaining about the record cold snap, Charles becomes the most unpopular man in camp, when his parents send him a winter-ized polar suit that he insists on flaunting in front of everyone.

EPISODE 7.10

Point of View

In this unique episode, the camera becomes the eyes of a young wounded soldier. It records his sensory responses to being wounded, flown by helicopter to the 4077th, examined, operated on, and treated in post-operation.

EPISODE 7.11

Dear Comrade

Hawkeye and B.J. discover that Charles is living the life of Riley, thanks to the attentions of his menially paid Korean servant, Comrade Park, a man of unusual skills. He has an important contribution to... MORE make - a native remedy for a seemingly insoluble medical problem.

EPISODE 7.12

Out of Gas

Heavy casualties are arriving, creating severe problems for the M*A*S*H unit because they are nearly out of Pentothal. Mulcahy takes up a collection from everyone - including a case of wine from Charles' private supply... MORE - and he and Charles take the jeep to make a trade with the black marketers for Pentothal.

EPISODE 7.13

An Eye for a Tooth

Father Mulcahy takes being passed over for promotion philosophically until he hears of the rapid advancement made by a heroic helicopter pilot. Then his uncharacteristically bold actions stun Colonel Potter and the entire company.

EPISODE 7.14

Dear Sis

Father Mulcahy writes a pre-Christmas letter to his sister, who is a nun. He recounts his frustrations at not being more effective at the 4077th.

EPISODE 7.15

B.J. Papa San

B.J. almost becomes the surrogate father to a Korean family. Finding them a substitute for his own absent family, B.J. spends so much time with them that his medical efficiency begins to suffer, and Hawkeye... MORE worries about his health. B.J.: "First they take me from my wife and kid, and just when I find something to help fill the gap, they take that away, too."

EPISODE 7.16

Inga

It's instant attraction for Hawkeye when a beautiful Swedish doctor, called Inga, arrives to observe combat surgery. That is, until she upstages him in the operating room with a superior technique, and his ego is... MORE bruised.

EPISODE 7.17

The Price

The 4077th is confronted by two crises: Colonel Potter's mare, Sophie, mysteriously disappears from her corral, and Hawkeye and B.J. find themselves with a young Korean boy on their hands, who is trying to avoid... MORE conscription into the Army.

EPISODE 7.18

The Young and the Restless

A lecture on the latest techniques by a young surgeon from Tokyo, and a later demonstration of his surgical skill, turns Winchester into a drunk and Potter into an invalid, whilst bringing home to Hawkeye... MORE and B.J. that they are out of touch with new medical practices.

EPISODE 7.19

Hot Lips Is Back in Town

Radar, who is smitten with the cute new nurse, Linda Nugent, relies on Hawkeye's expertise on how to cope with the situation. Hot Lips, meanwhile, celebrates her just-granted divorce by taking a step that arouses... MORE Colonel Potter's ire.

EPISODE 7.20

C*A*V*E

The 4077th evacuation to a nearby cave to, avoid U.S. artillery fire on a Chinese target, poses problems for Hawkeye, who has a claustrophobia problem that Colonel Potter is unaware of. On the other hand,... MORE Margaret hates loud noises. And then there's the problem of a seriously wounded soldier...

EPISODE 7.21

Rally 'Round the Flagg, Boys

The sinister Colonel Flagg pops up at the 4077th again, playing his usual spy games, convinced that Hawkeye is a communist sympathizer, after he saves the life of a North Korean soldier. Also, an American... MORE soldier is less than impressed.

EPISODE 7.22

Preventative Medicine

On a sub-note, Klinger plays the part of a voodoo practioner to try and get out of the army.

EPISODE 7.23

A Night at Rosie's

A typical day in the life of Rosie's bar, complete with AWOL problem drinkers, a bound and gagged Winchester, and a gambling scheme.

EPISODE 7.24

Ain't Love Grand

The impossible happens for the snobbish Charles when he shares an emotional experience with Klinger, who discovers a U.S. nurse, Debbie, finds him and his bizarre attire attractive, while Charles succumbs to the exotic charms... MORE of a Korean girl, called Sooni, who he meets at Rosie's Bar.

EPISODE 7.25

The Party

Talk of a post-war reunion gives BJ an idea- planning a present-day stateside gathering of 4077th families. He continues to obsess with the idea even under the duress of bug-out instigated by a Chinese... MORE breakthrough. Also, Klinger fears that the party will blow his cover, as his mother doesn't know he's stationed in Korea.