History Series / Mash

23rd Mar '17 8:50:32 AM Mdumas43073
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** In the episode where Hawkeye and B.J. get the portable bathtub, Charles offers to buy it off of them. When they refuse and even insist they won't let him use it, he threatens to tell the entire camp they have said bathtub. They caved in immediately.

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** In the episode where Hawkeye and B.J. get the portable bathtub, Charles offers to buy it off of them. When they refuse and even insist they won't let him use it, he threatens to tell the entire camp they have said bathtub. They caved cave in immediately.
14th Mar '17 10:46:55 AM morenohijazo
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* FreezeFrameEnding: The show began using the flash variation in Season Six, usually to acknowledge the show's ever-changing story editors (or script consultants as they were eventually called), program consultants, and to acknowledge creative consultants Gene Reynolds (co-creator and previous producer) and Alan Alda. Also depending on the nature of the episode, the variation of the music cue would differ: standard episodes included a short variation of the show's main theme, sombre and poignant episodes would exclude music altogether, and particularly dramatic and Downer Episodes would use a slower and more melancholy arrangement. This continued up until the GrandFinale.
12th Mar '17 4:31:46 PM Ccook1956
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'''Henry:''' Face it, Pierce is the best cutter in the outfit. He's certified in chest ''and'' general surgery. Frank, in case you haven't read the papers, there's a war on. We're here to patch people together! We can't be so G.I. we lose patients!\\

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'''Henry:''' Face it, Pierce is the best cutter in the outfit. He's certified in chest ''and'' general surgery. Frank, in case you haven't read the papers, there's a war on. We're here to patch people guys together! We can't be so G.I. we lose patients!\\
6th Mar '17 5:23:43 AM Ccook1956
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-->'''Trapper''' (''reading mail'') Bad news from my wife. She still loves me. Can you believe this? She still thinks I got sent to Korea as a plot to cheat on her.\\

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-->'''Trapper''' -->'''Trapper''': (''reading mail'') Bad news from my wife. She still loves me. Can you believe this? She still thinks I got sent to Korea as a plot to cheat on her.\\
6th Mar '17 5:22:00 AM Ccook1956
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** In other episodes it's played more dramatically (if hypocritically) as Henry, Trapper, Frank, and some of the other married personnel worry that their wives are cheating on them back home, even as they carry on their own dalliances at the 4077th. An unmade episode reveals Frank's wife was cheating on him with a state senator, but the canonicity of this is debatable.

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** In other episodes it's played more dramatically (if hypocritically) as Henry, Trapper, Frank, and some of the other married personnel worry that their wives are cheating on them back home, even as they carry on their own dalliances at the 4077th. An unmade episode reveals Frank's wife was cheating on him with a state senator, but the canonicity of this is debatable. From the pilot:
-->'''Trapper''' (''reading mail'') Bad news from my wife. She still loves me. Can you believe this? She still thinks I got sent to Korea as a plot to cheat on her.\\
'''Hawkeye:''' Well, didn't you?\\
'''Trapper:''' Yeah. But how'd ''she'' figure it out?
5th Mar '17 8:11:32 PM nombretomado
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* MoodWhiplash: Too many to list, but "Yankee Doodle Doctor" in particular stands out, both InUniverse and out. After doing GrouchoMarx-esque gags throughout the film, Hawkeye ends it by sitting next to a critically injured patient and explaining that despite doing all they could, he has a 50/50 chance of surviving his wounds, and that they just can't save everyone.

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* MoodWhiplash: Too many to list, but "Yankee Doodle Doctor" in particular stands out, both InUniverse and out. After doing GrouchoMarx-esque Creator/GrouchoMarx-esque gags throughout the film, Hawkeye ends it by sitting next to a critically injured patient and explaining that despite doing all they could, he has a 50/50 chance of surviving his wounds, and that they just can't save everyone.
3rd Mar '17 2:11:33 AM Ccook1956
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-->'''Trapper:''' [[IncrediblyLamePun You can fool some of the Papal some of the time...]]
1st Mar '17 10:43:24 PM Mdumas43073
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* CelebrityParadox: A minor case, but still noteworthy. One of the films shown to the camp on movie night was the 1945 musical ''State Fair'', which features Harry Morgan (aka Colonel Potter) in a supporting role. Granted, he would have looked 30 years younger, but no one seems to note the similarity between their commanding officer and the character in the movie.

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* CelebrityParadox: A minor case, but still noteworthy. One of the films shown to the camp on movie night was the 1945 musical ''State Fair'', ''Film/StateFair'', which features Harry Morgan (aka Colonel Potter) in a supporting role. Granted, he would have looked 30 years younger, but no one seems to note the similarity between their commanding officer and the character in the movie.
28th Feb '17 2:55:30 PM weirdfantasy
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*** The two different words for "stop" is actually a genuine attempt to avert this. Korean features a couple of different words that, in any dictionary, would be glossed as "stop". If the horrible pronunciation is ignored, we have "geuchyeo" (그쳐, the imperative form of 그치다) and "jeongji" (정지, a noun meaning "stop" or "arrest"). The camp's stop signs even feature a third word: "meomchum" (멈춤, a nominal form of 멈추다). In addition, [[GratuitousForeignLanguage it's the main characters attempting to use these words]].

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*** The two different words for "stop" thing is actually a genuine attempt to avert this. Korean features a couple of different words that, in any dictionary, would be glossed as "stop". If the horrible pronunciation is ignored, we have "geuchyeo" (그쳐, the imperative form of 그치다) and "jeongji" (정지, a noun meaning "stop" or "arrest"). The camp's stop signs even feature a third word: "meomchum" (멈춤, a nominal form of 멈추다). In addition, [[GratuitousForeignLanguage it's the main characters attempting to use these words]].
28th Feb '17 2:49:55 PM weirdfantasy
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*** The two different words for "stop" is actually a genuine attempt to avert this. Korean features a couple of different words that, in any dictionary, would be glossed as "stop". If the horrible pronunciation is ignored, we have "geuchyeo" (그쳐, the imperative form of 그치다) and "jeongji" (정지, a noun meaning "stop" or "arrest"). The camp's stop signs even feature a third word: "meomchum" (멈춤, a nominal form of 멈추다). In addition, [[GratuitousForeignLanguage it's the main characters attempting to use these words]].
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