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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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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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Hawkeye must tell a wounded soldier that tests indicate he has chronic leukemia and can't give blood to his best buddy.
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Hawkeye is overcome by a mysterious bout of nonstop sneezing.
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Col. Potter is overwhelmed by the attention he receives as his staff tries to reduce his blood pressure before his annual physical.
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Hawkeye becomes a villain after his practical joke on Charles goes awry.
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B.J. braces for a wedding anniversary without Peg as Charles prepares for front-line action.
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Hawkeye gives up jokes while Charles schemes to give up Korea.
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Hawkeye builds a monument to 4077th patients.
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The 4077th suffers a long, sleepless night during a scorching heat wave.
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Everyone steps forth with memorable contributions when Hot Lips insists that a time capsule be left by the 4077th crew.
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When Charles is handed the job of being the 4077's charity collection officer, he desperately tries to pass the buck.
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An old and dear friend of Col. Potter's arrives with injuries sustained in a careless accident.
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A gruff general visits his severely injured son and faces the harsh realities of military life when the young man dies.
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Charles refuses to solve his annoying snoring problem; Potter's son-in-law visits with some shocking news.
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Three United Nations delegates visit: a physician who is similar to Charles, an Army officer who teaches yoga and a Swede who catches Margaret's attention.
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Father Mulcahy agrees to offer his running abilities in a race that pits the 4077th against the 8063rd.

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