Recap: M*A*S*H

The long running series Mash 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 $2000 to send their houseboy to college.
  2. "To Market, to Market": The 4077 is in desperate need of supplies, so "Hawkeye" Pierce, and "Trapper" McIntyre 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 4077, 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 friend turns up, resulting in the first Wham Episode of the series, and what many consider the beginning of the show's Cerebus Syndrome.
  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 Burns help save the patient.
  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 attacks a nearby ammo dump. Frank requests an anti-aircraft gun.
  3. 'Radar's Report': Radar reports the happenings at the 4077 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 North 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 M*A*S*H 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 M*A*S*H, 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 nosejob, 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 4077's land.
  20. 'As You Were': Frank needs surgery for a hernia, but doesn't want wisecracking Hawkeye and Trapper operating. Later, the 4077 is shelled by friendly artillery during surgery.
  21. 'Crisis'
  22. 'George'
  23. 'Mail Call'
  24. 'A Smattering of Intelligence'

    Season 3 

    Season 4 

    Season 5 

    Season 6 

    Season 7 

    Season 8 

    Season 9 

    Season 10 

    Season 11