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M*A*S*H Season 5

Season 5  (1976 - 1977)
Regular Cast - (second revision)
	Alan Alda	... 	Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
	Gary Burghoff	... 	Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
	Larry Linville	... 	Maj. Frank Burns
	Loretta Swit	... 	Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan
	Mike Farrell	... 	Capt. B.J. Hunnicut
	Harry Morgan	... 	Col. Sherman T. Potter
	Jamie Farr	... 	Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
	William Christopher	... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy

	William Christopher finally is upgraded to a principal cast member.

97. Bug Out  (U-801-802)
    September 21, 1976
    Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
	Barry Cahill	 ... 	Helicopter Pilot
	Don Eitner	... 	Captain
	Frances Fong	... 	Rosie
	Richard Lee-Sung	... 	Cho Man Chin
	James Lough	... 	Enlisted Man
	Eileen Saki	... 	Korean Woman    
	Peter Zapp	... 	?
	Ko-Ko Tani	... 	?

    After a rumor grows out of proportion, the 4077th moves out, assured
that the Chinese are about to attack.  Hawkeye, B.J., and Hot Lips remain
behind as they are in the middle of critical surgery.  All is well when
the Chinese are pushed back and the camp returns. (one hour show)


98. Margaret's Engagement  (U-803)
    September 28, 1976
    Written by Gary Markowitz
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  None

    Note: Jamie Farr and William Christopher did not appear in this episode.

    Margaret, calling from Tokyo, holds the camp in suspense until she
returns with the news of her engagement to Lieutenant Colonel Donald
Penobscott.  Frank Burns takes the news hard and arresta a Korean family
as spies.


99. Out of Sight, Out of Mind  (U-806)
    October 5, 1976
    Written by Ken Levine and Davis Isaacs
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
	Judy Farrell	 ... 	Nurse Able
	Enid Kent	... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Dudley Knight	... 	Major Overman
	Bobbie Mitchell	... 	Lt. Gage
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Tom Sullivan	... 	Tom Straw    
    Michael Cedar	... 	?

    Note: Loretta Swit and William Christopher did not appear in this episode.

    While fixing a stove that explodes, Hawkeye's face is badly burned.
His eyes are bandaged, and it is not known if he will ever see again.
Meanwhile Frank bets on the outcome of a baseball game which he has
already heard on the radio.  After much tension in the camp the bandages
come off, and happily, Hawkeye can see again.


100. Lt. Radar O'Reilly  (U-805)
    October 12, 1976
    Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
    Directed by Alan Rafkin
    Guest Stars:  
	Raymond Chao	 ... 	Korean Boy
	Johnny Haymer	... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale
	Sandy Kenyon	... 	Master Sergeant Woodruff
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Lynne Marie Stewart	... 	Nurse Baker    

    After an offer of promotion made by Master Sergeant Woodruff at a poker
game, Radar is promoted to the rank of lieutenant.  Finding this position
awkward, Radar opts to return to his position as an enlisted man.


101. The Nurses  (U-809)
    October 19, 1976
    Written by Linda Bloodworth
    Directed by Joan Darling
    Guest Stars:  
	Mary Jo Catlett	 ... 	Nurse Walsh
	Gregory Harrison	... 	Lt. Tony Baker
	Linda Kelsey	... 	Nurse Baker
	Carol Locatell	... 	Nurse Gaynor (as Carol Lawson Locatell)
	George F. Simmons	... 	?
	Patricia Sturges	... 	Nurse Preston    

    When Hot Lips confines Nurse Baker (Linda Kelsey) to her quarters,
little does she know that Baker's husband (Gregory Harrison) has arrived
in the camp.  Hawkeye and B.J. put them together in Hot Lips' tent, tell-
ing everyone that a quarantined patient has been placed there.  When Hot
Lips discovers what has happened, she breaks down and refuses to press
charges.


102. The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan  (U-808)
    October 26, 1976
    Written by Allan Katz and Don Reo; story by Gene Reynolds
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
	Susan Bredhoff	 ... 	Nurse Able
	Jay Fenichel	... 	Patient
	June Kyoto Lu	... 	Korean Woman (as June Kim)
	Le Quynh	... 	Korean Husband
	Susan Sakimoto	... 	Korean Girl
	Lynne Marie Stewart	... 	Nurse Baker
	Edward Winter	... 	Army Col. Samuel Flagg
	Johnny Yune	... 	Korean Translator (as Jon Yune)    
    June Kim	... 	?
    Susan Bredhoff	... 	?

    Note: William Christopher did not appear in this episode.

    After hearing that North Korean prisoners have been released in the
area, everyone is upset when Margaret disappears.  Colonel Flagg (Edward
Winter) is called in and bungles things in his usual manner.  Finally Hot
Lips returns, after helping in the birth of a Korean baby.


103. Dear Sigmund  (U-810)
    November 9, 1976
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
	Allan Arbus	 ... 	Maj. Sidney Freedman
	Bart Braverman	... 	Private Habib
	Jennifer Davis	... 	Nurse
	Charles Frank	... 	Captain Hathaway
	J. Andrew Kenny	... 	Patient
	Sal Viscuso	... 	Patient John    
    
    Major Sidney Freedman (Allan Arbus), feeling depressed, visits the
4077th to observe how they fare under the pressures of war.  He begins
a letter to Sigmund Freud as a form of self-therapy.  Freedman releases
his tension in the form of a practical joke with B.J., aimed at Frank Burns.


104. Mulcahy's War  (U-812)
    November 16, 1976
    Written by Richard Cogan
    Directed by George Tyne
    Guest Stars:  
	Brian Byers	 ... 	Private Fitzsimons
	Richard Foronjy	... 	Sergeant
	Ric Mancini	... 	Sergeant Hodkey
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    
    Ray Poss	... 	?

    After Frank discovers that Danny Fitzsimmons has shot himself to get
out of combat, Father Mulcahy is called in.  Realizing his lack of under-
standing of the fighting, Mulcahy accompanies Radar to an aid station where
they encounter the front.  Mulcahy performs an emergency tracheotomy guided
by Hawkeye on the radio.


105. The Korean Surgeon  (U-814)
    November 23, 1976
    Written by Bill Idelson
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars: 
	Larry Hama	 ... 	North Korean
	Robert Ito	... 	North Korean
	Soon-Tek Oh	... 	Dr. Syn Paik
	Richard Russell Ramos	... 	(uncredited)
	Dennis Troy	... 	(uncredited)    

    When Syn Paik (Soon-Teck Oh), a North Korean surgeon, arrives with some
wounded, he is passed off as a South Korean by Hawkeye and B.J., but to no
avail.  Hot Lips and Frank try to convince Potter that Paik is a spy.  Paik,
Hawkeye, and B.J. agree that it would be in the interest of all for Syn to
leave.


106. Hawkeye Get Your Gun  (U-813)
    November 30, 1976
    Written by Jay Folb; story by Gene Reynolds and Jay Folb
    Directed by William Jurgensen
    Guest Stars: 
	Thomas Botosan	 ... 	Sergeant
	Richard Doyle	... 	M.P.
	Phyllis Katz	... 	Nurse Able
	Jae Woo Lee	... 	Korean Guard
	Mako	... 	Major Choi
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Carmine Scelza	... 	Corpsman
	George F. Simmons	... 	(uncredited)    
    
	Note: Gary Burghoff and William Christopher did not appear in this
	episode.

    After 24 hours of surgery, Hawkeye and Potter venture off to a Korean
hospital to lend a hand.  Hawkeye is appalled to learn that he must carry
a gun.  After helping the Koreans, they are shelled on the way back.  They
scramble from the jeep before it is shelled, and Potter urges Hawkeye to
shoot in self-defense, against Hawkeye's will.


107. The Colonel's Horse  (U-811)
    December 7, 1976
    Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
    
	Kellye Nakahara	 ... 	Nurse Kellye

    While Colonel Potter goes to Tokyo on R & R, his horse develops colic,
Klinger becomes chronically depressed, and Hot Lips gets appendicitis.  The
horse is flushed out with a hose, Hawkeye and B.J. perform an appendectomy
on Hot Lips, and all are well when Potter returns, except Klinger.  Potter
offers Klinger a discharge for severe depression, and Klinger gets very
excited, which loses him the discharge.


108. Exorcism  (U-815)
    December 14, 1976
    Written by Jay Folb; story by Gene Reynolds and Jay Folb
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
	Philip Ahn	 ... 	Korean Grandfather
	James Canning	... 	Corporal Marsh
	Virginia Ann Lee	... 	Kyong Ja    

    After Potter orders Radar to move a Korean spirit post believed to ward
off evil spirits, things mysteriously begin to go wrong.  When an old Korean
man (Philip Ahn) is brought into camp for medical attention, he refuses
surgery unless the end spirits in the camp are exorcised.  A priestess is
brought in who exhibits her dance and her bells and chants.  All is well,
and Radar returns the spirit post to its original position.


109. Hawk's Nightmare  (U-804)
    December 21, 1976
    Written by Burt Prelutsky
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
	Allan Arbus	 ... 	Maj. Sidney Freedman
	Sean Roche	... 	Private Burke
	Patricia Stevens	... 	Nurse Baker    

    After Hawkeye bemoans the young age of the wounded, he appears to
develop problems.  Sleepwalking and bad dreams, according to Dr. Sidney
Freedman (Allan Arbus), are taking Hawkeye back to a simple time, but the
horrors of war continue to intrude.  After assurance by Dr. Freedman that
he is as sane as can be, Hawkeye's life once again seems to settle down.


110. The Most Unforgettable Characters  (U-818)
    January 4, 1977
    Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
    
	Jeff Maxwell	 ... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky (uncredited)

	Note: Loretta Swit and William Christopher did not appear in this episode.

    Radar gets accepted to the "Famous Las Vegas Writers School" and begins
to write his impressions of the camp.  It happens to be Frank's birthday, so
Hawkeye and B.J. stage a fight with each other to make Frank happy.


111. 38 Across  (U-821)
    January 11, 1977
    Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
	Oliver Clark	 ... 	Lt. Tippy Brooks
	Gwen Farrell	... 	Anesthetist
	Rex Knowles	... 	American Patient
	Ron Kolman	... 	Shapiro
	Dick O'Neill	... 	Admiral Cox
	Bill Shinkai	... 	Chinese Patient
	Momo Yashima	... 	Korean Mother (as Mo Mo Yashima)
	George F. Simmons	... 	(uncredited)    

    Befuddled by a crossword puzzle, Hawkeye persuades Potter to get his
old friend Tippy Brooks (Oliver Clark), a whiz at puzzles, brought to camp.
Tippy arrives from his aircraft carries with his commanding officer (Dick
O'Neill) amidst many casualties, and provides the needed solution to the
puzzle.


112. Ping Pong  (U-817)
    January 18, 1977
    Written by Sid Dorfman
    Directed by William Jurgensen
    Guest Stars:  
	Roy Goldman	 ... 	Goldman
	Enid Kent	... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Sachiko Penny Lee	... 	Soony
	Frank Maxwell	... 	Lt. Col. Becket
	Richard Narita	... 	Cho Lin
	Robert Phalen	... 	Blanchard
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky (uncredited)
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)
	    
    Note: William Christopher did not appear in this episode.

    Lieutenant Colonel Harold Becket (Roy Goldman) lies wounded in post-op
waiting to get back to the front for thirty more days of combat duty to get
his promotion.  Meanwhile, Cho Lin (Richard Narita), the Ping Pong champ,
is engaged to Soony (Sachiko).  He leaves to get her a ring, when he is
conscripted by the South Korean army.  He arrives at the 4077th as a
wounded soldier, and after being patched up he is married at the camp.


113. End Run  (U-816)
    January 25, 1977
    Written by John D. Hess
    Directed by Harry Morgan
    Guest Stars:  
	Henry Brown	 ... 	Billy Tyler
	Peter D. Greene	... 	Medic
	Johnny Haymer	... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale
	James Lough	... 	Felix Kornhaus
	Greg Mabrey	... 	Wounded Soldier
	Tom Tarpey	... 	Battalion Surgeon    

    Billy Tyler (Henry Brown), a young black sergeant, is brought into
camp with a bullet wound in the leg.  He is a football player, and when
he discovers that his leg has been amputated, he wants to die.  After
talks with Radar, Billy agrees that he must live on.


114. Hanky Panky  (U-822)
    February 1, 1977
    Written by Gene Reynolds
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  

	Ann Sweeny	 ... 	Nurse Carrie Donovan

	Note: William Christopher did not appear in this episode.

    Nurse Carrie Donovan (Ann Sweeny) receives a "Dear Jane" letter from
her husband and practically falls apart.  B.J. consoles her, and they spend
the night together.  Feelings of guilt come over B.J. until he discusses
them with Donovan and the air is cleared.


115. Hepatitis  (U-823)
    February 8, 1977
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
    
	Barbara James	 ... 	Anaesthetist

    Father Mulcahy comes down with infectious hepatitis while B.J. performs
a very difficult operation and Hawkeye deals with a psychosomatic back pain.


116. The General's Practitioner  (U-807)
    February 15, 1977
    Written by Burt Prelutsky
    Directed by Alan Rafkin
    Guest Stars:   
	Ed Binns	 ... 	General Korshak (as Edward Binns)
	Susie Elene	... 	Mai Ping (as Suesie Eléne)
	Jill Schulz	... 	Hooker
	Leonard Stone	... 	Colonel Bidwell
	Larry Wilcox	... 	Mulligan    

    In the midst of Hawkeye's being considered, much to his distaste, as a
general's personal physician, Radar becomes a surrogate father to a Korean
woman (Suesie Elene) and her baby, until the baby's GI father (Larry Wilcox)
returns.


117. Movie Tonight  (U-824)
    February 22, 1977
    Written by Gene Reynolds, Don Reo, Allan Katz, and Jay Folb
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:
	Odessa Cleveland	 ... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Judy Farrell	... 	Nurse Able
	Enid Kent	... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Jeffrey Kramer	... 	Driver
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Carmine Scelza	... 	Corpsman    

    As a cure for the increased tension at the 4077th, Potter gets a film
("My Darling Clementine") and makes a social event out of it.  As the
film continues to break, tensions rise, until Mulcahy plays the piano,
Radar does his impersonations, and everyone acts out scenes from the film.


118. Souvenirs  (U-819)
    March 1, 1977
    Written by Burt Prelutsky; story by Burt Prelutsky and Reinhold Weege
    Directed by Joshua Shelley
    Guest Stars:  
	Michael Bell	 ... 	Willie Stratton
	Brian Dennehy	... 	M.P. Ernie Connors
	Crandal Jue	... 	Korean Boy
	Alvin Kim	... 	Korean Boy
	June Kyoto Lu	... 	Korean Woman (as June Kim)
	Scott Mulhern	... 	Andy Cooper
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    

    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    Korean children and American soldiers are often badly wounded when they
hunt for souvenirs which the enemy has booby-trapped.  Potter asks for it to
stop, and Hawkeye and B.J. put a local junk dealer (Michael Bell) out of
business.


119. Post Op  (U-825)
    March 8, 1977
    Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs; story by Gene Reynolds and
      Jay Folb
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
	Jack Baker	 ... 	Private Whitney (as John-Anthony Bailey)
	Richard Beauchamp	... 	Cpl. Robello
	Andrew Bloch	... 	Private Cordon
	Judy Farrell	... 	Nurse Able
	Hilly Hicks	... 	Corporal Moody
	Zitto Kazann	... 	Sergeant Attias
	Alan McRae	... 	Corporal Nessen
	Andy Romano	... 	Sergeant Justiss
	Gary Springer	... 	Pvt. Garvin
	Sal Viscuso	... 	Sergeant McGill
	Daniel Zippi	... 	Private Corey (as Daniel Zippe)    
    
    Note: Gary Burghoff and William Christopher did not appear in this
    episode.

    In the midst of a deluge of patients and their individual medical
histories, the 4077th is out of blood.  Everyone in camp is donating
blood at 48-hour intervals when a truckload of Turkish soldiers arrive
to offer their blood and save the day.


120. Margaret's Marriage  (U-820)
    March 15, 1977
    Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
	Beeson Carroll	 ... 	Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Judy Farrell	... 	Nurse Able
	Mike Henry	... 	Donald Penobscot
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Patricia Stevens	... 	Nurse Baker
	Lynne Marie Stewart	... 	Nurse Clark    
    Ray Poss	... 	?

    Note: IMDB doesn't list Loretta Swit as being in this episode, but
    they shouldn't be so sure of that. How could they leave out the actress
    that is the subject of this episode?

    Note: This is also Larry Linville's final episode in the series.

    Prompted by pressure from Frank, Hot Lips sets a date for marriage with
Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott.  When Donald (Beeson Carroll) arrives
in camp for the wedding, a bridal shower and bachelor party are given.  When
he has passed out drunk, Hawkeye and B.J. place Donald in a body cast and
convince him that he has broken his leg.  The ceremony is performed and
Donald and Hot Lips leave for a week's honeymoon in Tokyo.
***** M*A*S*H - Season Five (Collector's Edition) (1976-77)
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Season 5 (1976 - 1977) Regular Cast

Alan Alda ... Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
Gary Burghoff ... Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
Larry Linville ... Maj. Frank Burns
Loretta Swit ... Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan
Mike Farrell ... Capt. B.J. Hunnicut
Harry Morgan ... Col. Sherman T. Potter
Jamie Farr ... Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
William Christopher ... Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy



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