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Members of the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital care for the injured during the Korean War and use humor to escape from the horror and depression of the situation. Among the 4077's people are Capts. Benjamin "Hawkeye" Pierce and "Trapper John" McIntire, Majs. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan and Frank Burns, and Cpl. Walter "Radar" O'Reilly.

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A heavyweight boxing champion pays a goodwill visit to the 4077th.
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The surgeons suffer a barrage of preferential treatment from the enlisted personnel when they are placed on the camp's promotion board.
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While under intense enemy shelling in a combat zone, Hawkeye decides it is time to make out his will.
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Psychiatrist Dr. Sidney Freedman visits the 4077th when Col. Potter loses all confidence in himself as a physician.
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It is a painful time for everyone when Winchester, suffering from a toothache, refuses to see an Army dentist.
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A soldier goes AWOL and the 4077th receives fresh eggs from a grateful farmer.
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A noted war correspondent visits the 4077th to do a story on blood donated by his readers.
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An injured pregnant cow is brought to the 4077th; Hot Lips plans a birthday trip to Tokyo.
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Klinger, while ill, communicates with the spirit of a dead soldier.
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Visiting British soldiers explain an age-old tradition about the day after Christmas when the enlisted men and officers trade places for the day.
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Klinger, facing a court-martial, agrees to let Charles defend him.
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Klinger is accused of being responsible for a rash of thefts around the camp.
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Charles receives a week's supply of newspapers from home at a time when no other mail is getting through.
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Col. Potter orders Klinger to tutor him for driving school on a night Klinger has set aside for a big poker game.
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Hawkeye's letter begs Truman to stop the war.
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When a general's emissary is sent to the 4077th to check it out, rumors about the visitor's real purpose run rampant.
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The problems of three wounded soldiers disrupt the lives of those around them.
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The ailing USO singer undergoes emergency surgery as the troupe entertains the camp.
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The sudden illness of a USO singer brings the touring troupe to the 4077th.
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Charles becomes obsessed with death following a sniper attack.
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A letter from Radar brightens the colonel's day until Klinger accidentally breaks his glasses.

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