History Characters / Mash

22nd Jan '16 12:43:15 PM Mdumas43073
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** In "Blood Brothers", he [[NotHimself starts acting like a jerk]] when he finds out a visiting Cardinal will be there for his weekly sermon and he wants everything to be perfect. When he finds out one of the patients in Post-Op has been diagnosed with leukemia (when offering to be a blood donor for a wounded comrade), he breaks down during his sermon and says he feels ashamed that he behaved so selfishly over trivial matters.
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** In "Blood Brothers", he [[NotHimself [[JerkassBall starts acting like a jerk]] when he finds out a visiting Cardinal will be there for his weekly sermon and he wants everything to be perfect. When he finds out one of the patients in Post-Op has been diagnosed with leukemia (when offering to be a blood donor for a wounded comrade), he breaks down during his sermon and says he feels ashamed that he behaved so selfishly over trivial matters.
22nd Jan '16 12:41:28 PM Mdumas43073
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-->'''Father Mulcahy''': I've been playing this song for twenty minutes, I can't find the ending!
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-->'''Father Mulcahy''': -->'''Mulcahy''': I've been playing this song for twenty minutes, I can't find the ending!

** In "Blood Brothers", he starts acting like a jerk when he finds out a visiting Cardinal will be there for his weekly sermon and he wants everything to be perfect. When he finds out one of the patients in Post-Op has been diagnosed with leukemia (when offering to be a blood donor for a wounded comrade), he breaks down during his sermon and says he feels ashamed that he behaved so selfishly over trivial matters,
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** In "Blood Brothers", he [[NotHimself starts acting like a jerk jerk]] when he finds out a visiting Cardinal will be there for his weekly sermon and he wants everything to be perfect. When he finds out one of the patients in Post-Op has been diagnosed with leukemia (when offering to be a blood donor for a wounded comrade), he breaks down during his sermon and says he feels ashamed that he behaved so selfishly over trivial matters,matters.
19th Jan '16 9:00:17 AM Mdumas43073
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* {{Flanderization}}: Particularly in the fifth season, which led to Linville leaving the show when his contract expired, as there was no further development possible for Burns. (And the fact that even ''Linville'' was starting to hate Frank)
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* {{Flanderization}}: Particularly in the fifth season, which led to Linville leaving the show when his contract expired, as there was no further development possible for Burns. (And the fact that even ''Linville'' was starting to hate Frank)Frank.)

* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In the "O.R." episode, after discovering he was trying to remove a kidney from a patient who only had one.[[note]]A case of CriticalResearchFailure on the writers' part, as a man with one kidney would have been medically exempt from military service.[[/note]] Frank's surgical incompetence is usually PlayedForLaughs, but in this particular case he seems to be genuinely horrified at what he nearly did...and uncharacteristically grateful to Trapper for pointing it out to him in time.
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In the "O.R." episode, after discovering he was trying to remove a kidney from a patient who only had one.[[note]]A case of CriticalResearchFailure on the writers' part, as a man with one kidney would have been medically exempt from military service.[[/note]] Frank's surgical incompetence is usually PlayedForLaughs, but in this particular case he seems to be genuinely horrified at what he nearly did... and uncharacteristically grateful to Trapper for pointing it out to him in time.
4th Jan '16 4:38:19 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* WineIsClassy: It was bad enough that the Korean black market crooks double crossed him and Father Mulcahy, robbed them of their goods (including the wine and gourmet food Winchester donated), their jeep, Winchester's uniform and coat - humiliating him by making him leave with the Chaplin in his long underwear - and refused to turn over the much-needed pentothal they came for; what ''really'' disgusted him about them was seeing them [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking drink the red wine with stuffed caprons!]] [[note]]As opposed to ''white'' wine.[[/note]]
4th Jan '16 4:21:00 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* OldSchoolChivalry: In one episode, he does ''not'' want to talk to Radar's elderly mother, angrily protesting when asked to. However, when he does so, he quickly switches to his polite, gentlemanly, and proper tone as he speaks to her.
29th Dec '15 9:50:13 AM Mdumas43073
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* ImaginaryFriend: Tuttle was originally Hawkeye's childhood imaginary friend.
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* ImaginaryFriend: Tuttle was originally one of these this in Hawkeye's childhood imaginary friend.childhood.
29th Dec '15 9:48:05 AM Mdumas43073
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* ImaginaryFriend: Tuttle was originally Hawkeye's childhood imaginary friend. -->'''Hawkeye:''' If anybody said, "Who knocked over the garbage?" I said, "Tuttle." They said, "Who broke that window?" "Tuttle." "Who wet the bed?" "Tuttle." He had no control at all. -->'''Trapper:''' So, when you got drafted... -->'''Hawkeye:''' He got drafted. -->'''Trapper:''' Just in case you wet your cot. -->'''Hawkeye:''' Precisely.
26th Dec '15 5:48:55 AM Mdumas43073
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** Becomes a plot point in "Dear Sis", when he's punched by an unruly triage patient, reflexively responds in kind, and is wracked by guilt afterwards.
24th Dec '15 7:08:09 PM AnotherGuy
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* DespairEventHorizon: In "War of Nerves", when it turns out one of Sidney's patients commited suicide. Father Mulcahy notes they're NotSoDifferent. -->'''Sidney:''' When Pierce and Hunnicutt lose one, he's out of his misery. When I lose one, I've lost a mind. -->'''Mulcahy:''' When I lose one, I've lost a soul.
21st Dec '15 1:00:43 AM Mdumas43073
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** In another episode, Potter is composing a letter to his wife and narrating via voiceover. At one point he tells her that his company clerk is "nice enough, but a little squirrelly". Radar, who's busy tidying up the desk right next to Potter, pauses in his work and glances at him.
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** In another episode, Potter is composing a letter to his wife and narrating (which we hear via voiceover.voiceover). At one point he tells her that his company clerk is "nice enough, but a little squirrelly". Radar, who's busy tidying up the desk right next to Potter, pauses in his work and glances at him.
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