Recap: M*A*S*H

The long running series M*A*S*H amassed 251 episodes in its eleven-year run, from 1972 to 1983note .

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    Season 1 
  1. "Pilot": Captains Pierce and McIntyre must raise $2,000 to send their houseboy to college.
  2. "To Market, to Market": The 4077th is in desperate need of supplies, so Hawkeye, and Trapper must obtain it by shady means.
  3. 'Requiem for a Lightweight': To keep a nurse at the hospital, Trapper must champion a boxing match for the camp.
  4. 'Chief Surgeon Who?': The camp's chief surgeon is decided.
  5. 'The Moose': Hawkeye and Trapper try to free a camp's sergeant's Korean servant, or 'moose'.
  6. 'Yankee Doodle Doctor': A film is made on the camp.
  7. 'Bananas, Crackers and Nuts': Hawkeye, in need of R&R, pretends to be insane to get leave.
  8. 'Cowboy': A chopper pilot needs to go home to save his marriage.
  9. 'Henry Please Come Home': Henry is reassigned to Tokyo.
  10. "I Hate a Mystery": Someone is stealing from the camp, and it's up to Hawkeye to figure out who...
  11. "Germ Warfare": A wounded North Korean needs a transfusion, but the only person in the entire camp with the same blood type is Burns...
  12. 'Dear Dad': Hawkeye writes a letter home, Christmas comes to the 4077th, and Klinger almost kills himself over a bandana.
  13. 'Edwina': A new nurse arrives, but can't find any romance in the camp, so the other nurses hold off until she does.
  14. 'Love Story': Radar receives a "Dear John" letter from his fiancée, and finds love with a new nurse. Unfortunately, Hotlips and Burns conspire to break up their romance.
  15. 'Tuttle': Hawkeye and Trapper make up a fake identity to make donations to a nearby orphanage.
  16. "The Ringbanger": A zealous colonel with more casualties than ground taken shows up, so Hawk and Trap convince him he needs some rest.
  17. 'Sometimes You Hear the Bullet': Hawkeye's old friend, who's writing a book about his soldier life, winds up dead.
  18. 'Dear Dad...Again': Hawkeye writes another letter to his father, Radar takes a final exam for a correspondence school, and Frank wants a martini.
  19. 'The Longjohn Flap': A cold spell hits the camp, and a pair of longjohns becomes a big commodity.
  20. 'The Army-Navy Game': A bomb lands in the compound, and right in the middle of a football game between Army and Navy personnel!
  21. 'Sticky Wicket': One of Hawkeye's patients takes a turn for the worse, and Frank relishes having the shoe on the other foot.
  22. 'Major Fred C. Dobbs': Frank becomes convinced to seek a transfer, so Hawkeye and Trapper must trick him and Major Houlihan into staying.
  23. 'Ceasefire': A ceasefire is declared, but will it last?
  24. 'Showtime': A USO troupe visits the camp, whilst Henry's wife gives birth at home.

    Season 2 
  1. 'Divided We Stand': General Clayton sends a psychiatrist to evaluate the unit with the implication that the unit will be broken up if the evaluation goes poorly.
  2. '5 O'Clock Charlie': A North Korean bomber with terrible aim tries to bomb the camp, but Frank takes him seriously and wants defense.
  3. 'Radar's Report': Radar reports the happenings at the 4077th while the doctors deal with a Chinese patient and the Majors try to get Klinger out.
  4. 'For The Good Of The Outfit: Hawkeye and Trapper want the Army to take responsibility for bombing a defenseless South Korean village.
  5. 'Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde': Hawkeye, suffering from sleep deprivation, writes a letter to President Truman and sends a latrine to North Korea.
  6. 'Kim': Hawkeye and Trapper want to adopt an orphaned Korean boy.
  7. 'L.I.P (Local Indigenous Personnel)' An American soldier wants to marry a Korean woman.
  8. 'The Trial of Henry Blake' Majors Burns and Houlihan put Henry on trial for incompetence.
  9. 'Dear Dad...Three': Another letter home to Dad, dealing with a racist, and Henry's home movies.
  10. 'The Sniper': A sniper takes potshots at the MASH and everyone takes cover while waiting for help to arrive.
  11. 'Carry On, Hawkeye': Hawkeye and Houlihan are the only doctors available during a flu epidemic.
  12. 'The Incubator': The Army won't let the 4077th have an incubator for medical testing.
  13. 'Deal Me Out': A big poker game is held in The Swamp, with numerous interruptions.
  14. 'Hot Lips and Empty Arms': Margaret, frustrated she missed out on a rich husband and the lack of discipline with the rest of the MASH, requests a transfer.
  15. 'Officers Only': An Officer's Club opens up, but the enlisted men feel left out.
  16. 'Henry In Love': Henry, a married man, falls in love with a new woman, but there's more to it than it looks.
  17. 'For Want of a Boot': Hawkeye goes through a Chain of Deals to get replacement boots, but it starts to fall apart.
  18. 'Operation Noselift': A soldier wants the surgeons to give him a nose operation, but they aren't allowed to do it.
  19. 'The Chosen People': Radar is pinned as the father of a Korean woman's baby when her family moves onto the 4077th's land.
  20. 'As You Were': Frank needs surgery for a hernia, but doesn't want wisecracking Hawkeye and Trapper operating.
  21. 'Crisis': The 4077th's supplies have been cut off, forcing Col. Blake to take drastic measures.
  22. 'George': Frank discovers a wounded soldier is gay, and wants to dishonorably discharge him.
  23. 'Mail Call': A large supply of mail arrives, including stock reports for Frank, book balancing for Henry, a pen pal Radar has been lying to, and more.
  24. 'A Smattering of Intelligence': Col. Flagg comes to the 4077th upon getting word that Communists have infiltrated the unit.

    Season 3 
  1. 'The General Flipped at Dawn'note : General Steele visits, and it becomes clear he's insane.
  2. 'Rainbow Bridge': The doctors go into enemy territory to retrieve wounded POWs from the Chinese.
  3. 'Officer of the Day': Frank makes Hawkeye Officer of the Day while he deals with several people named Kim Luck and Colonel Flagg looking for an espionage agent.
  4. 'Iron Guts Kelly': A general dies of a heart attack while visiting, but the press tries to make him look better by saying he died in combat.
  5. 'O.R.': Hawkeye performs a risky heart operation, Trapper donates blood, and supplies run low during an influx of wounded.
  6. 'Springtime': Love is in the air, even in war-torn Korea.
  7. 'Check-Up': Trapper winds up with a ulcer and a ticket home.
  8. 'Life With Father': Father Mulcahy has been asked to perform a Jewish bris, Hawkeye and Trapper enter a contest, and Henry has problems with his wife.
  9. 'Alcoholics Unanimous': While Henry's away, Frank bans alcohol.
  10. "There's Nothing Like a Nurse": All the nurses are shipped further away from the front lines for their safety.
  11. "Adam's Ribs": Hawkeye tries to spice up the terrible menu by ordering ribs directly from a restaurant in Chicago.
  12. 'A Full Rich Day': In a "Dear Dad" episode, Hawkeye and Radar deal with a wounded but bloodthirsty Turk, while a dead Dutch soldier goes missing.
  13. 'Mad Dogs and Servicemen': The search is on for a dog that bit Radar that might be rabid.
  14. 'Private Charles Lamb': The Greeks donate a lamb to the 4077th, which Radar tries to set free.
  15. 'Bombed': The 4077th is being shelled by American troops, and everyone's calling to get them to stop..
  16. 'Bulletin Board': Margaret wants to borrow $240 from Frank, Henry gives a lecture about sex, and the camp watches The Littlest Rebel.
  17. 'The Consultant': While in Tokyo, Hawkeye and Trapper convince a veteran doctor to help them on the front lines, and he offers to do an artery transplant.
  18. 'House Arrest': Hawkeye is imprisoned in The Swamp after hitting Frank, but everyone sympathizes with him.
  19. 'Aid Station': Hawkeye, Houlihan, and Klinger are sent to an aid station on the front lines.
  20. 'Love and Marriage': Hawkeye and Trapper try to get a Korean medic a pass to see his family, and deal with a money-making scheme.
  21. 'Big Mac': The MASH prepares for a visit from General MacArthur.
  22. 'Payday': Hawkeye donates the leftover money from payday to charity, then the Army comes after him.
  23. 'White Gold': Thieves steal penicillin from storage, but there's a conspiracy behind it.
  24. 'Abyssinia, Henry': Henry has earned enough points to be discharged, and is going home.

    Season 4 
  1. 'Welcome to Korea'note : Hawkeye rushes to say goodbye to Trapper while also bringing in Captain BJ Hunnicut.
  2. 'Chain of Command': After Henry Blake's death, Major Burns (and Houlihan) take over until Colonel Potter arrives.
  3. 'It Happened One Night': The doctors work in the middle of the night while the camp is shelled by friendly fire.
  4. 'The Late Captain Pierce': In a bureaucratic accident, Hawkeye has been declared dead.
  5. 'Hey, Doc': The doctors deal with a stolen microscope, a sniper, and an ingrown toenail in exchange for scotch.
  6. 'The Bus': On the way back to the MASH, Hawkeye, Radar, Frank, and Potter get lost, and then the bus breaks down.
  7. 'Dear Mildred': While Colonel Potter writes home, Radar, Hawkeye, and BJ take care of a horse.
  8. 'The Kids': The MASH has to take care of a bunch of displaced kids.
  9. 'Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?': An officer believe he's the reincarnation of Jesus.
  10. 'Dear Peggy': BJ writes home after having to take over for Frank on a surgery, Father Mulcahy has trouble with a superior chaplain, and Hawkeye attempts a world record.
  11. 'Of Moose and Men': Hawkeye deals with an irate colonel, a sergeant deals with his wife's affair by getting a Korean girlfriend, and Frank becomes paranoid.
  12. 'Soldier of the Month': Potter has a contest for Soldier of the Month.
  13. 'The Gun': Frank wants to get his hands on a visiting colonel's gun.
  14. 'Mail Call...Again': Potter becomes a grandfather and Frank's wife wants a divorce.
  15. 'The Price of Tomato Juice': Radar tries to be nice to Colonel Potter by getting him some tomato juice.
  16. 'Dear Ma': Radar writes home, telling of a foot inspection, and Colonel Potter getting shot.
  17. 'Der Tag': Potter gets Hawkeye and BJ to be nice to Frank, which gets him drunk and accidentally sent to the front lines.
  18. 'Hawkeye': Hawkeye gets into an accident and while staying in a Korean family's home, concludes he has a concussion and tries to keep himself awake.
  19. 'Some 38th Parallel': Frank wants to sell off the camp's garbage, and Hawkeye buys it to give to a reckless colonel.
  20. 'The Novocaine Mutiny': Frank becomes acting CO, goes mad with power, and ultimately charges Hawkeye with mutiny.
  21. 'Smilin' Jack': A helicopter pilot who wants to break the record for most-delivered wounded is grounded due to diabetes.
  22. 'The More I See You': An old girlfriend of Hawkeye's shows up.
  23. 'Deluge': The doctors deal with a huge amount of wounded, interspersed with newsreels.
  24. 'The Interview': A black-and-white newsreel of the 4077th MASH with interviews of the staff.

    Season 5 
  1. 'Bug Out'note : A false rumor goes around that the 4077th is bugging out. Then they actually have to bug out.
  2. 'Margaret's Engagement': Margaret goes on leave and comes back engaged.
  3. 'Out of Sight, Out of Mind': Hawkeye is blinded in an accident, and fears he may be blind forever.
  4. 'Lt. Radar O'Reilly': After Hawkeye wins a bet, Radar is made officer, but he may not be fit for the role.
  5. "The Nurses": Disciplinarian Houlihan spars with the more playful nurses, especially after they lie to get one of their husbands in the camp.
  6. 'The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan': Margaret has gone missing, and Colonel Flagg shows up to investigate.
  7. 'Dear Sigmund': Dr. Freedman visits, investigates a prankster and witnesses an ambulance accident.
  8. 'Mulcahy's War': Father Mulcahy joins Radar on a trip to an aid station, and has to help with emergency surgery on the way back.
  9. 'The Korean Surgeon': A wounded but friendly North Korean surgeon turns up in the OR, but tries to hide his identity to help out in the OR.
  10. 'Hawkeye Get Your Gun': Hawkeye and Potter help with a Korean hospital near the front, and are attacked on the way back.
  11. 'The Colonel's Horse': Colonel Potter's horse gets sick while he's away.
  12. 'Exorcism': Bad luck spread throughout the camp, and and a Korean ritual might be the cure.
  13. 'Hawk's Nightmare': Hawkeye gets nightmares and starts sleepwalking. Dr. Freedman investigates.
  14. 'The Most Unforgettable Characters': Radar enters a creative writing course and fills his life with Purple Prose.
  15. '38 Across': Hawkeye calls for help from a Navy surgeon...for a crossword puzzle.
  16. 'Ping Pong': Hawkeye helps out a Korean ping pong player and his girlfriend.
  17. 'End Run': A football player with an amputated leg loses the will to live.
  18. 'Hanky Panky': BJ winds up cheating on his wife when he gives sympathy to a nurse, and debates whether or not to tell Peg.
  19. 'Hepatitis': An outbreak of hepatitis hits the camp, starting with Father Mulcahy while Hawkeye deals with back pain.
  20. 'The General's Practitioner': A general is so impressed by Hawkeye's work he wants to have Hawkeye as his private doctor.
  21. 'Movie Tonight': Colonel Potter brings in "My Darling Clementine", but interruptions ensue, though this doesn't stop the MASH from having fun.
  22. 'Souvenirs': A Korean man is selling dangerous war souvenirs.
  23. 'Post Op': The doctors share stories with the patients.
  24. 'Margaret's Marriage': Margaret and Donald Penobscott get married, and everyone else gets drunk partying.

    Season 6 
  1. 'Fade Out, Fade In'note : Frank goes crazy and gets a Section 8, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III is called in, even though he wants to practice in Tokyo, far from the front lines.
  2. 'Fallen Idol': Radar gets wounded, but finds Hawkeye isn't the hero he thinks he is.
  3. 'Last Laugh': BJ is put on charges after a prank with an old friend goes too far with a general in Seoul
  4. 'War of Nerves': Dr. Freedman comes in wounded while everyone starts bickering due to stress.
  5. 'The Winchester Tapes': Hawkeye wants a pass to Seoul, Potter paints Charles's face, and BJ makes Charles think he's getting fat.
  6. 'The Light That Failed': Everyone, desperate for books to read, tear apart a murder mystery and read it together, and find the page revealing the murderer is missing.
  7. 'In Love and War': Hawkeye falls in love with a Korean woman caring for refugees.
  8. 'Change Day': The Army changes scripnote , Charles takes advantage, $400 is stolen, and Klinger applies for West Point.
  9. 'Images': Margaret wants an emotional nurse transferred, while Radar wants a tattoo.
  10. 'The M*A*S*H Olympics': After failing to lift an overturned ambulance, and inspired by the 1952 Helsinki games, Colonel Potter organizes an Olympic competition.
  11. 'The Grim Reaper': Hawkeye has a beef against a general that turns war into statistics.
  12. 'Comrades In Arms Pt. 1': Hawkeye and Margaret head to the 8063rd, and wind up stranded in a hut in enemy territory.
  13. 'Comrades In Arms Pt. 2': BJ heads out in a helicopter to search for Hawkeye and Margaret against Potter's orders.
  14. 'The Merchant of Korea': BJ needs a loan from Charles to buy property in San Francisco, but then payday is delayed a week.
  15. 'The Smell of Music': Hawkeye and BJ vow to stop showering until Charles stops playing his French horn.
  16. 'Patient 4077': Hawkeye looks for a custom-built clamp he needs for surgery, and hires a local Korean to make it.
  17. 'Tea and Empathy': Father Mulcahy and Klinger go to find where the camp can get some penicillin.
  18. 'Your Hit Parade': Radar becomes the MASH DJ during a long surgery session.
  19. 'What's Up, Doc?': Margaret wonders if she's pregnant, and requires Radar's pet rabbit for testing.
  20. 'Mail Call Three': Klinger gets a Dear John letter from his wife, BJ is frustrated that someone made a pass at his wife, and Hawkeye gets mail for another Captain Benjamin Pierce.
  21. 'Temporary Duty': Hawkeye and a nurse get in an exchange program with the 8063rd, and are replaced by an enthusiastic cowboy doctor and an old friend of Margaret's.
  22. 'Colonel Potter's Retirement': Potter learns someone is complaining about him, considers early retirement, and becomes bitter to the staff.
  23. 'Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde': Charles takes amphetamines to stay awake.
  24. 'Major Topper': Klinger meets a man who's legitimately insane.

    Season 7 
  1. 'Commander Pierce': Pierce is made CO of the camp, and has trouble dealing with the pressure.
  2. 'Peace On Us': Tempers flare after peace talks break down, the points required to go home go up, and Margaret's wedding reaches a breaking point.
  3. 'Lil': Colonel Potter starts to get close to another female colonel with a wary Radar observing
  4. 'Our Finest Hour'note : A Clip Show combined with a newsreel interview a la 'The Interview' from Season 4.
  5. 'The Billfold Syndrome': After being taken out for consideration for a job in Boston, Charles refuses to speak with anyone.
  6. 'None Like it Hot': During a heat wave, Hawkeye and BJ get a bathtub everyone wants in on, Klinger dresses in layers to get out of the Army, and Radar has tonsil problems.
  7. 'They Call the Wind Korea': Klinger and Charles get lost and stranded on their way to Seoul.
  8. 'Major Ego': Charles's ego gets a boost when he gets a Stars and Stripes interview.
  9. 'Baby, It's Cold Outside': The doctors try to treat patients in subzero temperatures.
  10. 'Point of View': A first-person view of a patient who comes through the MASH.
  11. 'Dear Comrade': Charles's new houseboy is a North Korean spy, and he reports his findings to his superiors.
  12. 'Out of Gas': The camp is freezing, and runs out of sodium pentothal[[note]]anesthesia for patients[[/note], so Father Mulcahy and Charles offer to trade wine for it on the black market.
  13. 'An Eye For a Tooth': Hawkeye and BJ get Margaret involved in a prank war, a heroic helicopter pilot comes to visit, and Father Mulcahy gets passed over for a promotion.
  14. 'Dear Sis': Father writes to a (Catholic) sister around Christmastime while trying to be useful around the MASH.
  15. 'BJ Papa San': BJ bonds with a Korean family while caring for their sick father.
  16. 'Inga': Hawkeye falls in love with a Swedish doctor, but can't handle her being as good as him.
  17. 'The Price': A former Korean cavalry officer, now a lowly laundryman, steals Potter's horse.
  18. 'The Young and the Restless': Charles contends with a younger doctor advocating new techniques, Potter has leg problems, and Klinger claims he's still living in Toledo.
  19. 'Hot Lips is Back in Town': Margaret is officially divorced, and invites a general to inspect the MASH.
  20. 'C*A*V*E': The 4077th is forced to relocate to a cave, where Hawkeye reveals he has claustrophobia.
  21. 'Rally Round the Flagg, Boys': Hawkeye operates on a North Korean before an American, and a corporal and Colonel Flagg believe he's a communist sympathizer.
  22. 'Preventative Medicine': A hated and reckless general visits the camp, and Hawkeye sets off his appendicitis to keep him off the front lines.
  23. 'A Night at Rosie's': Hawkeye spends too much time at Rosie's bar, and everyone comes to find him, only to join him.
  24. 'Ain't Love Grand?': Hawkeye and BJ fight over each others quirks, Klinger falls in love with a nurse, and Charles tries to turn a Korean woman into a lady.
  25. 'The Party': BJ wants to organize a party for all the families the MASH staff back home.

    Season 8 

  1. 'Too Many Cooks': The doctors want a soldier who's bad at infantry but excellent at cooking to stay at the MASH.
  2. "Are You Now, Margaret?": Margaret is suspected of being a communist because of one of her old friends.
  3. 'Guerrilla My Dreams': A wounded woman may be a North Korean guerrilla.
  4. 'Good-Bye Radar Pt. 1': Radar returns from leave to find his uncle has died, and files a hardship discharge to help out back home.
  5. 'Good-Bye Radar Pt. 2': Radar wants to stay with the 4077th after seeing the unit fall apart without him.
  6. 'Period of Adjustment': Klinger has trouble filling Radar's shoes as company clerk.
  7. 'Nurse Doctor': A nurse wants to get too close for comfort with Father Mulcahy.
  8. 'Private Finance': Klinger gets in trouble with a Korean woman's mother after she thinks he hired her as a prostitute.
  9. 'Mr. And Mrs. Who?': Charles comes back from Seoul hungover...and married.
  10. 'The Yalu Brick Road': The MASH gets an epidemic of salmonella, and Hawkeye & BJ get lost coming back with antibiotics.
  11. 'Life Time': A Real Time episode where a patient has a limited amount of time to get a transplant.
  12. 'Dear Uncle Abdul': Father Mulcahy tries to write a war song, Hawkeye and BJ argue over who tells a joke better, and Margaret complains of a broken footlocker.
  13. 'Captains Outrageous': Hawkeye, BJ, and Charles have to take over Rosie's bar after she gets injured.
  14. 'Stars and Stripes': BJ and Charles argue over writing a medical article after they both save a life.
  15. 'Yessir, That's Our Baby': A Korean-American baby is found at the MASH, and the doctors get frustrated when neither country will take care of her.
  16. 'Bottle Fatigue': Hawkeye gives up drinking for a week.
  17. 'Heal Thyself': Potter and Charles have the mumps and have to live together, and a replacement surgeon is sent in.
  18. 'Old Soldiers': Colonel Potter rushes off to Tokyo, and comes back miserable, and waiting for a package.
  19. 'Morale Victory': After constantly complaining, Hawkeye and BJ are the camp's morale officers.
  20. 'Lend a Hand': The staff plans a party while Hawkeye is out at battalion aid for emergency surgery.
  21. 'Goodbye, Cruel World': After Potter complains about Klinger's tchotchkes, he tries to forge a pass.
  22. 'Dreams': The doctors have nightmares based on their war experiences.
  23. 'War Co-Respondent': BJ and a journalist fall in love.
  24. 'Back Pay': Hawkeye feels he's underpaid for his job, and demands the Army make up for lost potential pay.
  25. 'April Fools': Hawkeye and BJ need to be careful around a general on April Fool's Day.

    Season 9 
  1. 'The Best of Enemies': On his way to Seoul, Hawkeye is forced at gunpoint to heal a wounded North Korean soldier.
  2. 'Letters': Everyone responds to questions from 4th graders in Crabapple Cove, Maine.
  3. 'Cementing Relationships': The staff replaces the wooden floor in the OR with cement because of staph infections among the wounded.
  4. 'Father's Day': Margaret gets anxious when her father, a strict general, comes to visit.
  5. 'Death Takes a Holiday': The doctors struggle to keep a soldier alive so he won't die on Christmas.
  6. 'A War For All Seasons': An episode spending an entire year at the MASH.
  7. 'Your Retention, Please': After learning his ex-wife is dating his best friend, Klinger decides to re-enlist in the Army.
  8. 'Tell it to the Marines': A Dutch Marine's mother is being deported, and he wants to get home before she leaves.
  9. 'Taking the Fifth': Hawkeye has a contest for nurses to spend a night with him and French wine, which Charles wants more of.
  10. 'Operation Friendship': After Klinger saves his life, Charles pays him back by helping him around, which Klinger abuses.
  11. 'No Sweat': The staff copes with a heat wave, BJ worries about Peg cleaning the gutters, Margaret has a butt rash, and Colonel Potter is only half-awake.
  12. 'Depressing News': Hawkeye builds a tower out of tongue depressors as an anti-war message, but the Army sees it as pro-war.
  13. 'No Laughing Matter': Hawkeye gives up making jokes for a day, while Charles deals with the colonel who sent him to Korea.
  14. 'Oh, How We Danced': Hawkeye and BJ's wife Peg plan a surprise for him on their wedding anniversary.
  15. 'Bottoms Up': Margaret gets a visit from an old friend, who is revealed to be an alcoholic.
  16. 'The Red/White Blues': Potter has high blood pressure, and everyone tries to keep him from getting angry.
  17. 'Bless You, Hawkeye': Hawkeye suddenly starts sneezing a lot, but the cause may not be medical.
  18. 'Blood Brothers': A Cardinal is coming to visit, and Father Mulcahy wants the camp to be morally perfect for the visit.
  19. 'The Foresight Saga': Radar sends a letter to the MASH telling of his good life back home, but they soon discover it might not be so good after all.
  20. 'The Life You Save': The camp falls into chaos when Colonel Potter rotates the duty roster and no one can do their new jobs right.

    Season 10 
  1. 'That's Showbiz'note : A USO entertainment troupe shows up, and they quickly form relationships with the people there.
  2. 'Identity Crisis': A soldier who doesn't want to be sent back to the front lines switches dog tags with a dead man.
  3. 'Rumor at the Top': A new MASH may be opening up, and everyone fears the 4077th will be broken up.
  4. 'Give 'Em Hell, Hawkeye': The 4077th is tasked with beautifying South Korea, leaving it better than when they found it.
  5. 'Wheelers and Dealers': Colonel Potter has to take a remedial driving class, but Sergeant Rizzo is too afraid of Potter's superior rank to teach him properly.
  6. 'Communication Breakdown': Charles has received a week's worth of newspapers from the Boston Globe, but when one goes missing, Charles is out for revenge.
  7. 'Snap Judgment': Klinger finds Hawkeye's stolen camera on the black market, and is then accused of stealing it himself.
  8. 'Snappier Judgment': On trial, Klinger chooses Charles as his attorney.
  9. 'Twas the Day After Christmas': Inspired by Canadians, the MASH celebrates Boxing Day.
  10. 'Follies of the Living-Concerns of the Dead': A soldier has trouble coming to terms that he's dead, and only a delirious Klinger can see his ghost.
  11. 'The Birthday Girls': Klinger is dragged into taking Margaret to Kempo for her birthday trip, but everything goes wrong.
  12. 'Blood and Guts': Hawkeye has a beef with a famous co-respondent who romanticizes the Korean War.
  13. 'A Holy Mess': An AWOL soldier takes sanctuary at the 4077th.
  14. 'The Tooth Shall Set You Free': A racist major sends black soldiers on high-risk missions in order to get them out of his unit.
  15. 'Pressure Points': The stress gets to Colonel Potter, and when he messes up on a patient, he calls for Dr. Freedman.
  16. 'Where There's a Will, There's a War': At a battalion aid station that's being heavily shelled, a scared Hawkeye writes out his will.
  17. 'Promotion Commotion': Hawkeye, BJ, and Charles are on the promotion board, and the enlisted men suck up to them.
  18. 'Heroes': A boxing champion visits the MASH, and when he suffers a stroke, the press all want to interview Hawkeye.
  19. 'Sons and Bowlers': Hawkeye's dad is undergoing surgery, and Hawkeye is desperate to call him before the procedure.
  20. 'Picture This': Potter wants to create a group portrait of the staff.
  21. 'That Darn Kid': Klinger's goat eats the money meant for payday, and Hawkeye gets in trouble.

    Season 11 
  1. 'Hey, Look Me Over': The nurses come back after being evacuated and scramble to clean up for a tough inspection.
  2. 'Trick or Treatment': It's Halloween time, Charles deals with a Marine with a pool ball in his mouth, and a soldier refuses to eat anything.
  3. 'Foreign Affairs': The Army struggles to get a wounded North Korean man to defect.
  4. 'The Joker is Wild': BJ bets Hawkeye he can play a prank on everyone in camp.
  5. 'Who Knew?': Hawkeye wants to eulogize a nurse nobody really knew.
  6. 'Bombshells': Rumor abounds that Marilyn Monroe is coming to visit.
  7. 'Settling Debts': The officers try to keep Potter out of his tent while they set up a surprise party.
  8. 'The Moon is Not Blue': The officers try to get The Moon Is Blue, a controversial film for Movie Night.
  9. 'Run for the Money': The 4077th organizes a footrace with the 8063rd, and Father Mulcahy is the only chance of winning after Klinger screws up on getting a prize runner.
  10. 'U.N., the Night and the Music': UN delgates from various countries tour the MASH, and Margaret falls in love with the Swede.
  11. 'Strange Bedfellows': Potter gets a bad phone call about his son-in-law.
  12. 'Say No More': Margaret gets laryngitis right before she has to give a speech in Seoul and meet a doctor she idols.
  13. 'Friends and Enemies': Potter has trouble coming to grips that an old friend and fellow colonel became reckless.
  14. 'Give and Take': Everyone tries to hand off being charity officer to everyone else.
  15. 'As Time Goes By': The MASH decides to set up a time capsule.
  16. 'Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen': In this 2.5-hour series finale, Hawkeye goes crazy, Charles befriends a group of Korean musicians, a parked tank attracts shelling, Father Mulcahy starts to lose his hearing, and the Korean War comes to an end.