History Heartwarming / Mash

12th Jun '17 3:57:09 PM AnotherGuy
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* Margaret is furious when she realizes her engagement ring is a ReplacementGoldfish, after she'd lost her ring and the guys "found" it for her. (It says, "Over hill, over dale, our love will '''ever''' (not "never") fail".) She's ready to explode when Max gently tells her that she's being unfair, and they only had the replacement ring made to make her feel better. She later lets Hawkeye know she knows it's a replacement, then tells him she likes the replacement better.

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* Margaret is furious when she realizes her engagement ring is a ReplacementGoldfish, after she'd lost her ring and the guys "found" it for her. (It says, "Over hill, over dale, our love will '''ever''' (not "never") fail".) She's ready to explode when Max gently tells her that she's being unfair, and they only had the replacement ring made to make her feel better. She later lets Hawkeye know she knows it's a replacement, then tells him she likes the replacement better. (It becomes HarsherInHindsight when Margaret and Donald's love failed.)
6th May '17 11:05:32 AM mlsmithca
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'''Margaret:''' ... yes! [nods] Yes! That was me! Yes!\\

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'''Margaret:''' ... yes! [nods] ''[nods]'' Yes! That was me! Yes!\\
6th May '17 11:04:14 AM mlsmithca
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'''Margaret:''' [almost inaudible] Coming... coming... ''[she heads over to the door and opens it, then gasps in shock - it's Dr. Chesler]''\\

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'''Margaret:''' [almost inaudible] ''[almost inaudible]'' Coming... coming... ''[she heads over to the door and opens it, then gasps in shock - it's Dr. Chesler]''\\



'''Chesler:''' [extending his hand] This is indeed a pleasure! ''[Margaret is about to shake his hand, but first wipes off the ointment, then sniffs her hand and grimaces]''\\

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'''Chesler:''' [extending ''[extending his hand] hand]'' This is indeed a pleasure! ''[Margaret is about to shake his hand, but first wipes off the ointment, then sniffs her hand and grimaces]''\\



'''Margaret:''' [smiling ear to ear] Oh... he... I... we... ''[shocks Charles by grabbing his face and kissing him on the lips]''

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'''Margaret:''' [smiling ''[smiling ear to ear] ear]'' Oh... he... I... we... ''[shocks Charles by grabbing his face and kissing him on the lips]''
29th Apr '17 2:31:35 PM Lightning4119
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** The one BJ gets from Peg in "Oh, How We Danced" is particularly heartwarming. First, that Hawkeye would go to the trouble of setting BJ up so he could record how the day might go. Then getting it to Peg in time for her to make the movie and send it back. Then the surprise party. The look of absolute joy and pride on his face when he sees Erin in the movie will have you ready to cry as well.

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** The one BJ gets from Peg in "Oh, How We Danced" is particularly heartwarming. First, that Hawkeye would go to the trouble of setting BJ up so he could record how the day might go. Then getting it to Peg in time for her to make the movie and send it back. Then the surprise party. The look of absolute joy and pride on his face when he sees Erin in the movie will have you ready to cry as well. Everyone else in the room cooing over Erin is great too.



** Which leads to another heartwarming moment in the penultimate episode, when Hawkeye donates the bear to the 4077th time capsule to stand for all those who came to war as boys as went home as men.

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** Which leads to another heartwarming moment in the penultimate episode, when Hawkeye donates the bear to the 4077th time capsule to stand for all those who came to war as boys as went home as men. And moments later, BJ donates a lure that belonged to Henry Blake, standing for all the men who never made it home. It may have been several seasons later, but they never forgot Henry.
25th Mar '17 8:29:40 PM BDA1978
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** Hawkeye and BJ giving Potter a respectful, silent salute. Twice as heartwarming because you can literally count the number of serious salutes that Hawkeye has given ''anyone'' throughout the series on one hand.

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** Hawkeye and BJ giving Potter a respectful, silent salute. Twice as heartwarming because you can literally count the number of serious salutes that Hawkeye has given ''anyone'' throughout the series on one hand. The gesture isn't lost on Potter either as he can barely hold back tears as he returns the salute.
17th Jan '17 1:00:24 AM Dustbunny3
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** When an infant is left on the Swamp's doorstep, her crying wakes the Swamprats, who are understandably confused and irritated. Charles is the most irritated of the three by far and storms out to find the source of the crying and have a stop put to it. His demeanor softens immediately when he steps out and finds the baby and he shushes and coos at her as he picks her up.




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* Pretty much any time that the camp interacts with the orphans, or any children at all, really.
15th Jan '17 12:50:06 AM bweb
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* One for, oddly enough, Frank Burns. Hawkeye spent the early part of an episode haranguing Frank about his skills, or lack thereof, as a surgeon. Then one of Hawkeye's patients takes a turn for the worse. Margaret is unusually sympathetic, as she assisted Hawkeye with the surgery. At the end of the episode, when the problem has been found and fixed, Frank, who could very easily lay into Hawkeye about his mistake (and had been earlier), graciously concedes to Hawkeye, "Anybody could have missed that."
13th Jan '17 7:55:58 PM Mdumas43073
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** Early in the aforementioned "Dear Sis", Mulcahy tries to solicit a donation from Winchester to buy some toys for the orphanage, and is firmly rebuffed (Winchester claiming that it's a "useless gesture" to raise children's hopes only to have them dashed again after Christmas). Toward the end of the episode, after Radar gives him the toboggan cap and tells him it was Mulcahy's idea, Winchester tearfully accosts the padre and hands him a wad of bills, telling him to "buy (the orphans) whatever they need." Starting to leave, he turns and hands him ''another'' wad of bills, telling him in an emotion-choked voice to "buy them whatever they ''don't'' need."

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** Early in the aforementioned "Dear Sis", Mulcahy tries to solicit a donation from Winchester to buy some toys for the orphanage, and is firmly rebuffed (Winchester claiming that it's a "useless gesture" to raise the children's hopes only to have them dashed again after Christmas). Toward the end of the episode, after Radar gives him the toboggan cap and tells him it was Mulcahy's idea, Winchester tearfully accosts the padre and hands him a wad of bills, telling him to "buy (the orphans) whatever they need." Starting to leave, he turns and hands him ''another'' wad of bills, telling him in an emotion-choked voice to "buy them whatever they ''don't'' need."
13th Jan '17 7:55:24 PM Mdumas43073
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** Early in the aforementioned "Dear Sis", Mulcahy tries to solicit a donation from Winchester to buy some toys for the orphanage, and is firmly rebuffed (Winchester claiming that it was a "useless gesture" to raise children's hopes only to have them dashed again after Christmas). Toward the end of the episode, after Radar gives him the toboggan cap and tells him it was Mulcahy's idea, Winchester tearfully accosts the padre and hands him a wad of bills, telling him to "buy (the orphans) whatever they need." Starting to leave, he turns and hands him ''another'' wad of bills, telling him in an emotion-choked voice to "buy them whatever they ''don't'' need."

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** Early in the aforementioned "Dear Sis", Mulcahy tries to solicit a donation from Winchester to buy some toys for the orphanage, and is firmly rebuffed (Winchester claiming that it was it's a "useless gesture" to raise children's hopes only to have them dashed again after Christmas). Toward the end of the episode, after Radar gives him the toboggan cap and tells him it was Mulcahy's idea, Winchester tearfully accosts the padre and hands him a wad of bills, telling him to "buy (the orphans) whatever they need." Starting to leave, he turns and hands him ''another'' wad of bills, telling him in an emotion-choked voice to "buy them whatever they ''don't'' need."
13th Jan '17 7:54:56 PM Mdumas43073
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** Early in the aforementioned "Dear Sis", Mulcahy had tried to solicit a donation from Winchester to buy some toys for the orphanage, and had been firmly rebuffed (Winchester claiming that it was a "useless gesture" to raise children's hopes only to have them dashed again after Christmas). After Radar gives him the toboggan cap and tells him it was Mulcahy's idea, Winchester tearfully accosts the padre and hands him a wad of bills, telling him to "buy (the orphans) whatever they need." Starting to leave, he turns and hands him ''another'' wad of bills, telling him in an emotion-choked voice to "buy them whatever they ''don't'' need."

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** Early in the aforementioned "Dear Sis", Mulcahy had tried tries to solicit a donation from Winchester to buy some toys for the orphanage, and had been is firmly rebuffed (Winchester claiming that it was a "useless gesture" to raise children's hopes only to have them dashed again after Christmas). After Toward the end of the episode, after Radar gives him the toboggan cap and tells him it was Mulcahy's idea, Winchester tearfully accosts the padre and hands him a wad of bills, telling him to "buy (the orphans) whatever they need." Starting to leave, he turns and hands him ''another'' wad of bills, telling him in an emotion-choked voice to "buy them whatever they ''don't'' need."
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