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M*A*S*H Season 11

Season 11  (1982 - 1983)
Regular Cast - 
	Alan Alda	... 	Capt. Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye' Pierce
	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

236. Hey, Look Me Over  (1-G21)
    October 25, 1982
    Written by Alan Alda
    Directed by Susan Oliver
    Guest Stars:  
	Peggy Feury	 ... 	Col. Bucholtz
	Gary Grubbs	... 	Lt. Geyer
	Deborah Harmon	... 	Nurse Webster
	Perry Lang	... 	Sandler
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Shari Saba	... 	Nurse
	Rita Wilson	... 	Nurse Lacey    

    Hawkeye watched Nurse Kellye brighten a wounded GI's final moments and 
comes to appreciate the nurses' vital contribution to the healing process.

237. Trick or Treatment  (9-B01)
    November 1, 1982
    Written by Dennis Keonig
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:
	Terry Brannon	 ... 	Marine
	Andrew Dice Clay	... 	Cpl. Hrabosky (as Andrew Clay)
	Richard Lineback	... 	Private Scala
	James Lough	... 	Pvt. Crotty
	R.J. Miller	... 	Graves Registration Driver
	John Otrin	... 	Ambulance Attendant
	Herman Poppe	... 	M.P.
	Arlee Reed	... 	Soldier
	Arnold F. Turner	... 	Graves Registration Assistant
	George Wendt	... 	Pvt. La Roche    
    The 4077th Halloween party hosts an unexpected guest after Father 
Mulcahy works an apparent miracle during the reading of a soldier's last rites.

238. Foreign Affairs  (1-G22)
    November 8, 1982
    Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:
	Byron Chung	 ... 	Chong-Wa
	Buddy Farmer	... 	M.P.
	Melinda Mullins	... 	Martine LeClerc
	Soon-Tek Oh	... 	Joon-Sung
	Pat Romano	... 	French Soldier (as Patrick Romano)
	Jeffrey Tambor	... 	Maj. Reddish
	Jo Ann Thompson	... 	Nurse
	Dennis Troy	... 	Corpsman    

    The Army tries to get a North Korean pilot to defect; and Charles gets a
rude shock when he falls for a French nurse with an unacceptable past.

239. The Joker is Wild  (1-G24)
    November 15, 1982
    Written by John Rappaport and Dennis Koenig
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars:  
	David Haid	 ... 	Pvt. Leightman
	Clyde Kusatsu	... 	Capt. Yamato
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye

	It's another M*A*S*H prankathon. This time, Hawkeye appears to be the 
	marked man after menial practical jokes happen to everyone in camp, 
	but him. Will they get him too? Or is Hawkeye already the victim of an 
	even larger practical joke? Hawkeye's guard is up when B.J. threatens 
	to pull off the most elaborate practical joke in the compound's history.

240. Who Knew?  (1-G18)
    November 22, 1982
    Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
    Directed by Harry Morgan
    Guest Stars: 
	Enid Kent	 ... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Shari Saba	... 	Nurse
	Jo Ann Thompson	... 	Nurse Jo Ann

    When a nurse that Hawkeye is dating dies, he offers to deliver the eulogy. 
    The problem is that he discovers that he didn't know her

241. Bombshells  (9-B02)
    November 28, 1982
    Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars: 
	Michael Bond	 ... 	Cpt. Hobart
	Michael Carmine	... 	Patient
	Stuart Charno	... 	Corp. Sonneborn (as Stu Charno)
	Gerald S. O'Loughlin	... 	Gen. Schwerin (as Gerald O'Loughlin)
	Bill Snider	... 	Corpsman
	Robert Townsend	... 	Patient
	Paul Tuerpe	... 	I-Corps Courier
	Allen Williams	... 	Lt. Priore
	Frank Slaten	... 	Corpsman Frank (uncredited)    

    Charles and Hawkeye start a rumor that Marylin Monroe plans to
visit the 4077th; and B.J. feels responsible when he's unable to 
rescue a wounded soldier.

242. Settling Debts  (1-G23)
    December 6, 1982
    Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
    Directed by Mike Switzer
    Guest Stars: 
	Guy Boyd	... 	Sgt. Lally
	Jennifer Davis	... 	Nurse
	Jeff East	... 	Lt. Pavelich
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Jack McCulloch	... 	Soldier

    Hawkeye receives a letter from Colonel Potters wife where she informs that 
    she has paid the last mortgage on their home and asks Hawkeye and friends 
    to throw a small surprise party for Potter to celebrate.

243. The Moon is Not Blue  (1-G20)
    December 13, 1982
    Written by Larry Balmagia
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:
	Hamilton Camp	 ... 	Maj. Frankenheimer
	Sandy Helberg	... 	Bannister
	Jan Jorden	... 	Nurse Baker
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Larry Ward	... 	General Rothaker
	Frank Slaten	... 	Corpsman Frank (uncredited)    

    With the camp facing prohibition and a severe medical-supply shortage
during another heat wave, Hawkeye resolves to lift morale by importing a
racy new movie, "The Moon is Blue".

244. Run for the Money  (9-B03)
    December 20, 1982
    Written by Mike Farrell, David Pollock, and Elias Davis
    Directed by Nell Cox
    Guest Stars:  
	Mark Anderson	 ... 	Earl 'Jackrabbit' LeMasters
	Phil Brock	... 	Pvt. Walt Palmer
	Robert Alan Browne	... 	Col. Crocker
	Thomas Callaway	... 	Cpt. Sweeney
	Michael Conn	... 	G.I.
	Ron Kapra	... 	Driver
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	William G. Schilling	... 	Sgt. Jesse McFarland (as William Schilling)
	Juney Smith	... 	G.I.
	Barbara Tarbuck	... 	Maj. Judy Parker
	Ken Wright	... 	G.I.    

	Father Mulcahy must save the camp's honor in a high-stakes footrace against 
	the 8063rd. Hawkeye, BJ, and Hot Lips each bet on it. Meanwhile, Charles 
	tries to help Private Walter Palmer, a patient who suffers frequent verbal 
	abuse from his fellow soldiers due to a speech impediment.

245. U.N., the Night and the Music  (9-B06)
    January 3, 1983
    Written by David Pollock and Elias Davis
    Directed by Harry Morgan
    Guest Stars:  
	Brigitte Chandler	 ... 	Nurse
	Dennis Holahan	... 	Per Johannsen
	George Innes	... 	Dr. Randolph Kent
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	David Packer	... 	Pvt. Lumley
	Kavi Raz	... 	Ramurti Lal
	Shari Saba	... 	Nurse
	Bill Snider	... 	Bartender    

    A United Nations delegation tours the 4077th-a Swede, a Hindu, and a 
British officer-and each leaves a lasting effect on the men and women of
the camp.

246. Strange Bedfellows  (9-B07)
    January 10, 1983
    Written by Mike Farrell
    Directed by Karen L. Hall
    Guest Stars:
	Dennis Dugan	... 	Robert Wilson    
	Benjamin F. Wilson	... 	?

    The 4077th faces a sleepless night as Charles's snoring keeps B.J. 
and Hawkeye from counting sheep; and Colonel Potter discovers that his
son-in-law has had an affair.

247. Say No More  (9-B08)
    January 24, 1983
    Written by John Rappaport
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars: 
	John Anderson	... 	Gen. Addison Collins
	Jeff Chapman	... 	Maloney
	Norman Garrett	... 	Patient
	Michael Horton	... 	Lt. Curt Collins
	Chip Johnson	... 	Captain Sterne
	James Karen	... 	Dr. Stephen Chesler
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Dennis Troy	... 	Corpsman    

	General Addison Collins refuses to accept responsibility for the war games 
	that have mortally wounded his son Curtis, a lieutenant. Charles tries to 
	help Margaret, who develops laryngitis as she is about to meet her hero, 
	Dr. Steven Chesler.

248. Friends and Enemies  (9-B05)
    February 7, 1983
    Written by Karen L. Hall
    Directed by Jamie Farr
    Guest Stars: 
	Jennifer Davis	 ... 	Nurse
	Roy Goldman	... 	Roy Goldman
	Jim Lefebvre	... 	Sgt. Zurilli
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	John McLiam	... 	Col. Woody Cooke
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Matthew Price	... 	Corp. Marsh
	Michael Rogers	... 	Wounded Soldier
	Bill Snider	... 	Snider
	Jo Ann Thompson	... 	Nurse
	Jack Yates	... 	Large enlisted man

    Colonel Potter must decide whether to blow the whistle on an old army 
    chum, Woody Cooke, whose military mistakes are costing human lives. BJ 
    suffers from both an ingrown toenail and from Charles' insistence on 
    playing his Mahler records.

249. Give and Take  (9-B09)
    February 14, 1983
    Written by Dennis Koenig
    Directed by Charles S. Dubin
    Guest Stars:  
	G.W. Bailey	 ... 	Army Sgt. Luther Rizzo
	Alberta Jay	... 	Nurse
	Sagan Lewis	... 	Nurse Armstrong
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Craig Wasson	... 	Pvt. Kurland
	Dereck Wong	... 	Korean Soldier

    Wounded Private Kurland learns a painful lesson from the enemy soldier 
    he's critically wounded, while the thankless job of charity collection 
    officer passes from one staff member to another.

250. As Time Goes By  (9-B10)
    February 21, 1983
    Written by Dan Wilcox and Thad Mumford
    Directed by Burt Metcalfe
    Guest Stars: 
	G.W. Bailey	 ... 	Army Sgt. Luther Rizzo
	Brigitte Chandler	... 	Nurse
	Rosalind Chao	... 	Soon-Lee
	Chao Li Chi	... 	Korean Husband (as Chao-Li Chi)
	Mark Herrier	... 	Corp. Stoddard
	Oksun Kim	... 	Korean Wife
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Michael Swan	... 	Lt. Brannum
	Jo Ann Thompson	... 	Nurse
	Wesley Thompson	... 	Corpsman    

    Hawkeye and Margaret encapsulate the breadth of their wartime experience
when they bury souvenirs as a reminder for future generations.

251. Goodbye, Farewell and Amen (9-B04)
    February 28, 1983
    Written by Alan Alda, Burt Metcalfe, John Rappaport, Thad Mumford,
    Dan Wilcox, David Pollock, Elias Davis, and Karen Hall
    Directed by Alan Alda
    Guest Stars:  
	Allan Arbus	... 	Maj. Sidney Freedman
	G.W. Bailey	... 	Sgt. Luther Rizzo
	Rosalind Chao	... 	Soon-Lee Klinger
	Jeff Maxwell	... 	Pvt. Igor Straminsky
	Kellye Nakahara	... 	Nurse Kellye
	Natasha Bauman	... 	Nurse
	Mark Casella	... 	Jeep Driver (as Mark Cassella)
	Brigitte Chandler	... 	Nurse
	Jen-Chia Chang	... 	Chinese Musician
	Blake Clark	... 	2nd MP
	Jennifer Davis	... 	Nurse
	Gwen Farrell	... 	Nurse Gwen
	Judy Farrell	... 	Nurse Able
	Dennis Flood	... 	Corpsman
	Roy Goldman	... 	Roy Goldman
	Byron Jeong	... 	Chinese Musician
	Jan Jorden	... 	Nurse Baker
	Enid Kent	... 	Nurse Bigelow
	Jim Lau	... 	Chinese Musician
	Scott Lincoln	... 	G.I.
	June Kyoto Lu	... 	Woman with Shawl (as June Kim)
	Herb Mitchell	... 	1st MP (as Herb L. Mitchell)
	David Orr	... 	Soldier
	John Otrin	... 	The Ambulance Driver
	Frank Zi-Li Peng	... 	Chinese Musician
	Shari Saba	... 	Nurse Shari
	Kevin Scannell	... 	MacArthur
	John Shearin	... 	The Chopper Pilot
	Frank Slaten	... 	Corpsman Frank
	Bill Snider	... 	Corpsman
	Arthur Song	... 	Korean Man
	Laurence Soong	... 	Chinese Musician
	Jo Ann Thompson	... 	Nurse Jo Ann
	Dennis Troy	... 	Corpsman
	Jon Van Ness	... 	Truman
	Lang Yun	... 	The Woman on Bus    

    Although reports that the war is almost over reach the camp with
increasing frequency, the 4077th is still full with refugees and pri-
soners of war.  Fresh casualties pour in as both sides try to gain
ground before the armistice.  A deeply troubled Hawkeye has been sent
away to the psychiatric hospital where Dr. Sidney Freedman tries to
help him find the cause of his breakdown, which is associated with a
tragic incident on a trip back from R&R at the beach.

Other members of the unit are coping with the final days of war,
and making plans to get out.  Hot Lips' father is trying to find
her a glamorous Army post.  B.J. is determined to make it back for
his daughter's birthday.  Charles wants a plum appointment at a
Boston hospital.  Klinger worries about Soon-Lee's attempts to
find her parents.  The normal business of the camp is interrupted
by a runaway Army tank that crashes into the compound and destroys
the half-built latrine.

With two results.  First, Charles wanders off to relieve himself
and stumbles on a group of Chinese musicians.  They surrender and
come back with him to the camp.  Second, the enemy spots the tank
and begins to shell the base.  Father Mulcahy bravely ventures out
under fire to release the POWs, a shell explodes near him, and he
suffers a mild concussion.  When B.J. examines him, he detects a
hearing loss that Father Mulcahy begs him to keep from the rest
of the company.

The barrage continues as the unit fails to move the tank out.  Hawk-
eye returns to the 4077th and is called straight into the O.R.  He
is urgently needed because B.J. has received orders permitting him
to go home.

Charles learns that he has been appointed to him Boston hospital
but quarrels violently with Hot Lips on discovering that she has
pulled strings for him.  He consoles himself by teaching the Chi-
nese musicians a little touch of Mozart.  Klinger, meanwhile, has
brought back a reluctant Soon-Lee to the safety of the camp, al-
though she is still determined to find her parents.  He is obvi-
ously in love.

The pressure on the company is temporarily relieved when Hawkeye,
who has coped successfully with his return to surgery, drives the
tank into the 4077th's trash dump.  But only temporarily.  Fires
started by incendiary bombs in the surrounding woods are visible
from the camp and Colonel Potter orders evacuation proceedings.

The Colonel's desperate plea for a relief surgeon is answered un-
expectedly by the return of B.J., who was already one-third of the
way home when the Army recalled him to fulfill the Colonel's staff
request.  He misses his daughter's birthday, but the company hosts
a birthday party for an orphan with B.J. as the guest of honor.
Klinger proposes marriage and is accepted by Soon-Lee.  He is over-
joyed.  Charles, however, is not so happy when he loses his "orches-
tra" to a relocation center.

The end of the war is only hours away, but the casualties keep coming
in -- among them Charles' flutist.  Finally, the surgical teams learn
of the immediate ceasefire as they operate on a group of desperately
wounded soldiers and civilians.  The war is over.

At the noisy, joyful camp party that night, members of the company talk
about their lives after the war.  Colonel Potter looks forward to be-
coming a semi-retired country doctor.  Hot Lips declares she has opted
for the States and a big city hospital.  Klinger announces his engage-
ment and says that he is staying in Korea to help find Soon-Lee's par-
ents.  Charles is still  going to Boston, despite Hot Lips' "meddling."
B.J., of course, wants to go home, yet refuses to actually say "goodbye"
to the others.  And Hawkeye?  Perhaps, after all, he will not be going
to the big city surgical post that he always dreamed of ...

After Klinger and Soon-Lee marry and leave the camp in traditional
Korean style, the other members of the company depart one by one.  By
now, the camp is a ghost town.  Father Mulcahy leaves to start a new
life ministering to the deaf.  Hot Lips is kissed and hugged.  Even
her disagreement with Charles is reconciled.  Charles himself exits
with Rizzo in a garbage truck.  Colonel Potter takes Sophie for one
last ride before she is adopted by the orphanage.  Finally, B.J. and
Hawkeye go together on B.J.'s motorbike to meet Hawkeye's chopper.
As Hawkeye looks down over the desolate camp, he sees a message B.J.
has left on the pad:  a GOODBYE marked out in stone.
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Season 11 (1982 - 1983) Regular Cast

Alan Alda ... Capt. Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye' Pierce
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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