The long running
amassed 251 episodes in its eleven-year run, from 1972 to 1983note
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- "Pilot": Captains Pierce and McIntyre must raise $2000 to send their houseboy to college.
- "To Market, to Market": The 4077 is in desperate need of supplies, so "Hawkeye" Pierce, and "Trapper" McIntyre must obtain it by shady means.
- 'Requiem for a Lightweight': To keep a nurse at the hospital, Trapper must champion a boxing match for the camp.
- 'Chief Surgeon Who?': The camp's chief surgeon is decided.
- 'The Moose': Hawkeye and Trapper try to free a camp's sergeant's Korean servant, or 'moose'.
- 'Yankee Doodle Doctor': A film is made on the camp.
- 'Bananas, Crackers and Nuts': Hawkeye, in need of R&R, pretends to be insane to get leave.
- 'Cowboy': A chopper pilot needs to go home to save his marriage.
- 'Henry Please Come Home': Henry is reassigned to Tokyo.
- "I Hate a Mystery": Someone is stealing from the camp, and it's up to Hawkeye to figure out who...
- "Germ Warfare": A wounded North Korean needs a transfusion, but the only person in the entire camp with the same blood type is Burns...
- 'Dear Dad': Hawkeye writes a letter home, Christmas comes to the 4077, and Klinger almost kills himself over a bandana.
- 'Edwina': A new nurse arrives, but can't find any romance in the camp, so the other nurses hold off until she does.
- '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.
- 'Tuttle': Hawkeye and Trapper make up a fake identity to make donations to a nearby orphanage.
- "The Ringbanger": A zealous colonel with more casualties than ground taken shows up, so Hawk and Trap convince him he needs some rest.
- '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.
- 'Dear Dad...Again': Hawkeye writes another letter to his father, Radar takes a final exam for a correspondence school, and Frank wants a martini.
- 'The Longjohn Flap': A cold spell hits the camp, and a pair of longjohns becomes a big commodity.
- 'The Army-Navy Game': A bomb lands in the compound, and right in the middle of a football game between Army and Navy personnel!
- 'Sticky Wicket': One of Hawkeye's patients takes a turn for the worse, and Burns help save the patient.
- 'Major Fred C. Dobbs': Frank becomes convinced to seek a transfer, so Hawkeye and Trapper must trick him and Major Houlihan into staying.
- 'Ceasefire': A ceasefire is declared, but will it last?
- 'Showtime': A USO troupe visits the camp, whilst Henry's wife gives birth at home.
- '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.
- '5 O'Clock Charlie': A North Korean bomber with terrible aim attacks a nearby ammo dump. Frank requests an anti-aircraft gun.
- '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.
- 'For The Good Of The Outfit: Hawkeye and Trapper want the Army to take responsibility for bombing a defenseless North Korean village.
- 'Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde': Hawkeye, suffering from sleep deprivation, writes a letter to President Truman and sends a latrine to North Korea.
- 'Kim': Hawkeye and Trapper want to adopt an orphaned Korean boy.
- 'L.I.P (Local Indigenous Personnel)' An American soldier wants to marry a Korean woman.
- 'The Trial of Henry Blake' Majors Burns and Houlihan put Henry on trial for incompetence.
- 'Dear Dad...Three': Another letter home to Dad, dealing with a racist, and Henry's home movies.
- 'The Sniper': A sniper takes potshots at the M*A*S*H and everyone takes cover while waiting for help to arrive.
- 'Carry On, Hawkeye': Hawkeye and Houlihan are the only doctors available during a flu epidemic.
- 'The Incubator': The Army won't let the 4077th have an incubator for medical testing.
- 'Deal Me Out': A big poker game is held in The Swamp, with numerous interruptions.
- '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.
- 'Officers Only': An Officer's Club opens up, but the enlisted men feel left out.
- 'Henry In Love': Henry, a married man, falls in love with a new woman, but there's more to it than it looks.
- 'For Want of a Boot': Hawkeye goes through a Chain of Deals to get replacement boots, but it starts to fall apart.
- 'Operation Noselift': A soldier wants the surgeons to give him a nosejob, but they aren't allowed to do it.
- 'The Chosen People': Radar is pinned as the father of a Korean woman's baby when her family moves onto the 4077's land.
- '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.
- 'Mail Call'
- 'A Smattering of Intelligence'