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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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aired 61 days ago
An enlisted man who wants to marry a Korean girl comes to Hawkeye for help.
aired 61 days ago
A small Korean boy with minor injuries captures the hearts of all in the 4077th.
aired 61 days ago
After three days of near-continuous duty, Hawkeye's behavior becomes wackier than usual.
aired 61 days ago
Hawkeye and Trapper are determined to make an issue of the accidental shelling of a South Korean village by U.S. artillery.
aired 62 days ago
Unrequited love, death, danger, duty and tomfoolery make up a typical day in the 4077th. Guest starring Joan Van Ark.
aired 62 days ago
Daily bombing near the hospital by an inept North Korean pilot becomes the leading spectator sport at the 4077th.
aired 62 days ago
The personnel of the 4077th try to make a good impression on a psychiatrist when threatened with reassignment.
aired 62 days ago
While an entertainer does a show from an improvised stage in the compound, the comedy and drama of the doctors' lives go on.
aired 68 days ago
News spreads throughout the camp that a cease-fire is imminent.
aired 68 days ago
When Frank threatens to leave, Hawkeye and Trapper find it means double duty for them and invent a way to make him stay.
aired 68 days ago
After a bad session in the O.R., Hawkeye quarrels with Frank over his inadequacies, then finds one of his own patients is sinking fast.
aired 68 days ago
While settling down to listen to the Army-Navy game, the 4077th is bombarded and left with an unexploded bomb to defuse.
aired 69 days ago
During a cold snap, a pair of long johns sent to Hawkeye from home becomes a much-sought-after commodity.
aired 69 days ago
Hawkeye writes to his father detailing Radar's attempts at passing an exam and a sudden cooling of affections between Frank and Margaret.
aired 69 days ago
Frank throws his back out and applies for a Purple Heart, while Hawkeye mourns the loss of a friend and sends an underage soldier home.
aired 69 days ago
The doctors conspire to retire a gung-ho colonel whose military exploits are making the hospital busier than usual.
aired 75 days ago
Hawkeye and Trapper, with an assist from Radar, make up a fictitious captain in order to donate his salary to an orphanage.
aired 75 days ago
Radar gets a recorded "Dear John" letter, and the doctors try to come to his assistance with a new girl.
aired 75 days ago
When it's discovered that a robust nurse is lonely and sad, the other nurses declare they will hold back their favors until she gets a boyfriend.
aired 75 days ago
After a transfusion using a pint of Frank's blood, Hawkeye suspects him of having hepatitis.
aired 76 days ago
Hawkeye turns sleuth to solve a rash of robberies in which he is the prime suspect.

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