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M*A*S*H Season 6

Season 6  (1977 - 1978)
Regular Cast - (third revision)
	Alan Alda	... 	Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
	Gary Burghoff	... 	Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
	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
	David Ogden Stiers	... 	Maj. Charles Emerson Winchester III
	William Christopher	... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy

	Note: David Ogden Stiers joins the cast as a principal cast member, 
	replacing Larry Linville.

121. Fade Out, Fade In  (Y-101-102)
    September 20, 1977
    Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
    Directed by Hy Averback
    Guest Stars:  
	Joseph Burns	 ... 	Patient
	William Flatley	... 	M.P. Sergeant
	Kimiko Hiroshige	... 	Korean Woman
	Rick Hurst	... 	Schaeffer
	James Lough	... 	Driver
	Raymond Singer	... 	Dr. Berman
	Tom Stovall	... 	The Sergeant
	Robert Symonds	... 	Col. Horace Baldwin
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky (uncredited)    
    Barbara James	... 	?

    After Margaret leaves for her honeymoon, Frank becomes very distraught,
so Potter sends him on R & R.  All throughout a deluge of casualties, the
4077th receives reports of a Frank Burns gone berserk.  Potter calls Tokyo
and requests a replacement surgeon.  Major Charles Emerson Winchester III
(David Ogden Stiers) is assigned to the 4077th.  Frank Burns is apprehended,
promoted, and transferred to a VA hospital in Indiana.  Winchester is made
a permanent part of the 4077th staff. (one hour show)


122. Fallen Idol  (Y-104)
    September 27, 1977
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
	Frances Fong	 ... 	Rosie
	Larry Gilman	... 	G.I. #1
	Roy Goldman	... 	Goldman
	Robin Riker	... 	Nurse Perry
	Patricia Stevens	... 	Nurse Baker
	Michael Talbott	... 	G.I. #2
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    

    At Hawkeye's suggestion, Radar goes to Seoul to find a woman at the
Pink Pagoda.  Radar never gets there because of shelling along the way,
and is flown to the 4077th.  Hawkeye, feeling tremendous guilt, is unable
to perform an operation to save Radar, and is replaced by Potter.  Hawkeye
and Radar have a falling out as they lose respect for each other's actions.
All is well in the end as Hawkeye pins a Purple Heart on Radar after he has
recuperated.


123. Last Laugh  (Y-103)
    October 4, 1977
    Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
    Directed by Don Weis
    Guest Stars:  
	John Ashton	... 	The M.P.
	James Cromwell	... 	Leo Bardonaro
	Robert Karnes	... 	General Fox    

    Madness strikes as B.J. and his old friend Bardonaro (James Cromwell)
play a series of practical jokes on each other as Bardonaro is about to
leave Korea.


124. War of Nerves  (Y-106)
    October 11, 1977
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
	Allan Arbus	 ... 	Maj. Sidney Freedman
	Johnny Haymer	... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale
	Michael O'Keefe	... 	Tom
	Peter Riegert	... 	Cpl. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    

    The 4077th, caught up in tension and nerves, creates a bonfire to
release their pressure.  Meanwhile Sidney Freedman is depressed by a
soldier who blames him for his injuries because Freedman had sent him
back into combat.


125. The Winchester Tapes  (Y-107)
    October 18, 1977
    Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
	Thomas Carter	 ... 	Patient
	Kimiko Hiroshige	... 	Korean Woman    

    Hawkeye tries unsuccessfully to get to Seoul to see a Nurse Gilmore
for the weekend.  Meanwhile, Winchester has taped a letter home asking for
his influential parents to help get him back to the States.  To get even,
Hawkeye and B.J. switch Winchester's clothes, causing Winchester to alter
his eating patterns.


126. The Light That Failed  (Y-108)
    October 25, 1977
    Written by Burt Prelutsky
    Directed by Chrales S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:  
	Gary Erwin	 ... 	Corporal Dobson
	Philip Baker Hall	... 	Sgt. Hacker
	Enid Kent	... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    

    With supplies low, the 4077th gets a truckload of ice cream churns
and salt tablets.  B.J. receives a mystery novel that everyone in camp
reads in turn.  The last page is missing and the solution to the mystery
is undiscovered until B.J. calls the author by long distance.


127. In Love and War  (Y-112)
    November 1, 1977
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
	Kieu Chinh	 ... 	Kyung Soon
	Enid Kent	... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Susan Krebs	... 	Nurse Gleason
	Noel Toy	... 	Mama san (uncredited)    
    Soorah Ahn	... 	?

    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    Hawkeye falls in love with Kyong Soon (Kieu Chinh), a Korean woman who
is caring for her sick mother and orphaned children.  All hope is lost as
Kyung takes her possessions and the children to the south after her mother
has died.


128. Change Day  (Y-113)
    November 8, 1977
    Written by Laurence Marks
    Directed by Don Weis
    Guest Stars:  
	Philip Ahn	 ... 	Mr. Kim (as Phillip Ahn)
	Glen Ash	... 	Sergeant Maxwell (as Glenn Ash)
	Tom Dever	... 	Corporal Boone
	Johnny Haymer	... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale
	Richard Lee-Sung		
	Peter Riegert	... 	Cpl. Igor Straminsky
	Noel Toy	... 	?
    
    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    Charles plots a scheme to get rich when he discovers that blue scrip
is going to be exchanged for red scrip.  Hawkeye and B.J. outsmart him,
and he is left holding the worthless scrip.


129. Images  (Y-105)
    November 15, 1977
    Written by Burt Prelutsky
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
	Susan Blanchard	 ... 	Nurse Cooper
	Larry Block	... 	Eddie Hendrix
	John Durren	... 	Sgt. Rimmerman
	Judy Farrell	... 	Nurse Able
	Joseph Hardin	... 	Patient
	Enid Kent	... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Carmine Scelza	... 	G.I.
	Rebecca Taylor	... 	Nurse Campbell    

    Radar notices a number of tattoos on one of the wounded and convinces
himself that with a tattoo he will be irresistible to women.  Everyone tries
to discourage him, and he admits to having received a tattoo that will wash
off.


130. The M*A*S*H Olympics  (Y-111)
    November 22, 1977
    Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
    Directed by Don Weis
    Guest Stars:  
	Mike Henry	 ... 	Donald Penobscot
	Leslie Hoffman	... 	Nurse
	Michael McManus	... 	Sgt. Ames
	Richard Lee-Sung	... 	Korean Villager (uncredited)
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)
	Noel Toy	... 	Korean Woman (uncredited)    

    Realizing how out of shape the 4077th is, Potter decides to hold a camp
Olympic competition.  The winning team gets a three-day pass, so everyone is
excited.  Donald Penobscot (Mike Henry) arrives and is allowed to substitute
for an ailing Klinger.  Hawkeye's team wins, and B.J. must then chauffeur
Hawkeye around in a wheelchair for a week.


131. The Grim Reaper  (Y-110)
    November 29, 1977
    Written by Burt Prelutsky
    Directed by George Tyne
    Guest Stars:  
	Charles Aidman	 ... 	Colonel Bloodworth
	Jerry Houser	... 	Danker
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye    
    
    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    Colonel Victor Bloodworth (Charles Aidman) predicts that 280 wounded
will arrive at the 4077th.  Hawkeye is antagonized by Bloodworth and shoves
him against a wall.  Bloodworth presses for a court martial until he becomes
one of the wounded and watches Hawkeye saving a soldier's (Jerry Houser)
life.  Realizing Hawkeye's value as a doctor, Bloodworth drops all charges.


132. Comrades in Arms (Part 1)  (Y-116)
    December 6, 1977
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by: Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
	James Saito	... 	South Korean
	Johnny Yune	... 	North Korean (as Jon Yune)    

    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    Lost behind enemy lines, Hawkeye and Margaret form a personal truce and
seek shelter in a roadside hut.

133. Comrades in Arms (Part 2)  (Y-117)
    December 13, 1977
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
	Douglas Rowe	 ... 	Aylesworth (as Doug Rowe)
	James Saito	... 	South Korean
	Leland Sun	... 	Korean Squad Leader
	Johnny Yune	... 	North Korean (as Jon Yune)
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    
    
    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    B.J. disobeys orders and goes out to find Hawkeye and Margret, who are 
    still missing in action. Meanwhile, their romantic relationship quickly 
    goes up in flames, and they become even more hostile toward each other.
    Margaret and Hawkeye seek solace from enemy fire in each other's arms 
	and end up, briefly, as lovers.

134. The Merchant of Korea  (Y-118)
    December 20, 1977
    Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
    Directed by William Jurgensen
    Guest Stars:  
    
	Johnny Haymer	 ... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale

    After Charles hands B.J. two hundred dollars, he begins to take advan-
tage.  Everyone gets together and persuades Charles to play poker.  He has
incredible beginner's luck until Radar discovers that Charles whistles loud-
ly when he bluffs.  They all win back their money and then some.


135. The Smell of Music  (Y-115)
    January 3, 1978
    Written by Jim Fritzell and Everett Greenbaum
    Directed by Stuart Miller
    Guest Stars:  
	Jordan Clarke	 ... 	Saunders
	Lois Foraker	... 	Nurse Denver
	Richard Lee-Sung	... 	Sang Nu
	Nancy Steen	... 	Nurse
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    
    
    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    Charles plays a French horn and drives Hawkeye and B.J. crazy.  They
refuse to bathe until the French horn playing is stopped.  Meanwhile Potter
saves the life of a suicidal patient (Jordan Clarke).  The camp collectively
hoses down Hawkeye and B.J. while Margaret has a soldier run over the French
horn with a jeep.

136. Patient 4077  (Y-114)
    January 10, 1978
    Written by Ken Levine and David Isaacs
    Directed by Harry Morgan
    Guest Stars:  
	Harry Gold	 ... 	Cohen
	Johnny Haymer	... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale
	Keye Luke	... 	Mr. Shin
	Patricia Stevens	... 	Nurse Baker
	Brenda Thompson	... 	Nurse Campbell (as Brenda Thomson)    

    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    In need of a special surgical clamp, Hawkeye and B.J. hire Mr. Shin
(Keye Luke), a local jewelry dealer, to make the clamp.  Days later the
clamp is used to save the leg of a wounded soldier.


137. Tea and Empathy  (Y-109)
    January 17, 1978
    Written by Bill Idelson
    Directed by Don Weis
    Guest Stars:  
	Bernard Fox	 ... 	Major Ross
	Neil Hunt	... 	Enright
	Chris Mulkey	... 	Soldier
	Jay Pirelli	... 	Michaels
	Neil Thompson	... 	Johnson
	Sal Viscuso	... 	Corporal Benny Bryant
	Chris Winfield	... 	Whitefield    

    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    With British and American casualties heavy, the 4077th's supply of peni-
cillin has been stolen.  Father Mulcahy discovers the location of some
penicillin, and he and Klinger go out in search of it.  They are shot at,
but safely return with the drug and save the day.


138. Your Hit Parade  (Y-124)
    January 24, 1978
    Written by Ronny Graham
    Directed by George Tyne
    Guest Stars:
	Ronny Graham	 ... 	Sgt. Gribble
	Johnny Haymer	... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale
	William Kux	... 	Patient
	Ken Michelman	... 	Harker
	Patricia Stevens	... 	Nurse Baker    

    With the arrival of a shipment of records, Radar plays the part of a
disc jockey and helps to get everyone through the incredibly long deluge
of wounded.


139. What's Up, Doc?  (Y-119)
    January 30, 1978
    Written by Larry Balmagia
    Directed by George Tyne
    Guest Stars:  
	Kurt Andon	 ... 	Sergeant Whitkow
	Lois Foraker	... 	Nurse Bell
	Charles Frank	... 	Lieutenant Martinson
	Phyllis Katz	... 	Nurse    

    Hot Lips, believing herself to be pregnant, asks Hawkeye to test her.
The only rabbit available is Radar's pet Fluffy.  Hawkeye promises not to
kill the rabbit while performing the test.  Meanwhile, Greenleigh (Charles
Frank), a patient, holds Charles and B.J. at gunpoint, demanding to be sent
back to Ohio.  Greenleigh collapses from loss of blood, and Hot Lips isn't
pregnant.


140. Mail Call Three  (Y-121)
    February 6, 1978
    Written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:  
	Oliver Clark	 ... 	Captain Ben Pierce
	Marcus J. Grapes	... 	Kelsey (as Jack Grapes)
	Carmine Scelza	... 	Corpsman
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    
    Terri Paul	... 	?

    After a delay of three weeks, five sacks of mail arrive, and everyone
in camp reacts to good and bad news from home.  Hawkeye receives love letters
addressed to Benjamin Pierce (Oliver Clark), B.J.'s wife has been approached
by another man, and Radar's mom has found a boyfriend.


141. Temporary Duty  (Y-125)
    February 13, 1978
    Written by Larry Balmagia
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
	Enid Kent	 ... 	Nurse Bigelow
	George Lindsey	... 	Capt. Roy Dupree
	Marcia Rodd	... 	Nurse Lorraine Anderson

    Note: Gary Burghoff did not appear in this episode.

    With a temporary transfer of personnel between the 4077th and the
8063rd, Hawkeye is replaced by Captain Roy Dupree (George Lindsey).  Fear-
ing this to be permanent, Charles and B.J. successfully conspire to have
Dupree permanently removed from the 4077th.


142. Potter's Retirement  (Y-120)
    February 20, 1978
    Written by Laurence Marks
    Directed by William Jurgensen
    Guest Stars:  
	Johnny Haymer	 ... 	Sgt. Zelmo Zale
	Peter Hobbs	... 	Gen. Waldo Kent
	Ken White	... 	Corporal Denning
	George Wyner	... 	Cpl. / Lt. Benson    

    Potter is upset when General Kent informs him that people in the 4077th
are complaining about his leadership.  Potter returns to camp and discovers
that the complaints are coming from a Corporal Joe Benson (Peter Hobbs) sent
by a disturbed Colonel Frank Webster (George Wyner) who has been wounded
some months earlier.


143. Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde  (Y-122)
    February 27, 1978
    Written by Ken Levine, David Isaacs, and Ronny Graham
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:  
	Rod Gist	 ... 	Chalk
	Ron Max	... 	Grich
	Christopher Murney	... 	Remy (as Chris Murney)
	Joe Tornatore	... 	Sergeant Solita
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye (uncredited)    

	While dealing with a long stretch of surgery duty, Winchester gets 
	addicted to amphetamines. And Radar sets up a mouse race competition 
	between the 4077th and a group of cocky Marine patients.
    Winchester even drugs Radar's mouse so that it will win a race against 
    a Marine's mouse.


144. Major Topper  (Y-123)
    March 27, 1978
    Written by Allyn Freeman
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:  
	Donald Blackwell	 ... 	Graham
	Andrew Bloch	... 	Saxton
	Hamilton Camp	... 	Corporal 'Boots' Miller
	John Kirby	... 	Duncan
	Paul Linke	... 	Collins
	Michael Mann	... 	Sgt. Glassberg
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Peter Zapp	... 	Rifkin    

    With the possibility of contaminated morphine, the doctors at the
4077th administer placebos to the patients which seem to work.  Meanwhile,
a new soldier (Hamilton Camp) is released on a Section Eight.
***** M*A*S*H - Season Six (Collector's Edition) (1977-78)
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Season 6 (1977 - 1978) Regular Cast

Alan Alda ... Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
Gary Burghoff ... Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
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
David Ogden Stiers ... Maj. Charles Emerson Winchester III
William Christopher ... Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy



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