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Season 2

15 Sep. 1973
Divided We Stand
Henry's orders to the 4077th to be on their best behavior when General Clayton sends a psychiatrist to evaluate them meet with mixed results. Will the team be broken up and sent to other units?
 
22 Sep. 1973
5 O'Clock Charlie
Every day for the past six weeks, at 5:00 o'clock p.m. on the nose, a North Korean "washout from Kamikaze school" has let loose a bomb in the general direction of the hospital's sub-ammo dump. Very affectionately known as "Five O'Clock Charlie," the only thing he hits on the nose is the time. Every day, Radar opens book on the day's exploits and takes bets on how close (in yards) Charlie will come to the sub-ammo dump. It is an occasion for cocktails and frivolity at 4077, not unlike the Kentucky Derby... until Frank demands Henry get him a "nug" from Brigadier Gen. ...
 
29 Sep. 1973
Radar's Report
Radar reports on the comedies and tragedies of a typical 4077th week while Majors Houlihan and Burns try to get Cpl. Klinger transferred and Hawkeye falls hard for a nurse.
 
6 Oct. 1973
For the Good of the Outfit
Hawkeye and Trapper discover that a nearby town has been shelled by U.S. forces. When they pursue the issue, the army resists accepting responsibility.
 
13 Oct. 1973
Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde
After Hawkeye is kept awake in surgery for 3 days straight he decides to find out who started the war.
 
20 Oct. 1973
Kim
A wounded Korean boy captures the hearts of the 4077th especially Trapper who wants to adopt him.
 
27 Oct. 1973
L.I.P. (Local Indigenous Personnel)
Hawkeye helps a soon-to-be-discharged enlisted man who wants to marry a Korean girl and take her and their child back to the U.S.
 
3 Nov. 1973
The Trial of Henry Blake
Henry's on trial on charges that Frank and Margaret brought against him. So that Hawkeye and Trapper can't help Henry, the Majors put them under house arrest.
 
10 Nov. 1973
Dear Dad... Three
Hawkeye pens another letter to his father during a 'typical' day at the 4077th.
 
17 Nov. 1973
The Sniper
The 4077th deals with more than the usual mayhem when a sniper opens fire on the camp.
 
24 Nov. 1973
Carry On, Hawkeye
All the surgeons except for Hawkeye, and most of the support staff except for Margaret, Radar, and Mulcahey come down with the flu. In this Korea-wide epidemic, they can't even find someone to come in and help with casualties.
 
1 Dec. 1973
The Incubator
After an epic Swamp debauch to end all debauchery, the drunken duo give up on alcohol. They are upset when one of their patients has an infection which the 4077 cannot identify. They determine that the 4077 needs an incubator, so they call the Quartermaster. Capt. Sloan is from the 375th QMHQ COMSEAPAC SEOULSEC REPDEP...Hawkeye needs a drink. But, according to Sloan, an incubator is "a luxury item." So the drunken duo go on a quest for luxury. They meet inept supply sergeants, hoarder, Major Morris, and the cupidinous Col. Lambert who is willing to give the guys what ...
 
8 Dec. 1973
Deal Me Out
Radar hits a local with a jeep and a GI suffers from battle fatigue while Pierce and McIntyre clash with Frank Burns and the CID all during a poker game disguised as an officer's conference.
 
15 Dec. 1973
Hot Lips and Empty Arms
A friend's letter causes Margaret to re-evaluate her life in the 4077th and request a transfer.
 
22 Dec. 1973
Officers Only
In gratitude for Hawkeye and Trapper saving his son, a general donates an officer's club to the 4077th. Hawkeye and Trapper work to allow everyone access to the club.
 
5 Jan. 1974
Henry in Love
Family man Henry falls in love with 21-year-old ex-cheerleader Nancy Sue Parker, who is half his age. Nancy visits Henry at the camp and comes on to Hawkeye while Henry is in surgery.
 
12 Jan. 1974
For Want of a Boot
After months of waiting, Hawkeye finds that it may take more than a requisition form to get a new pair of boots.
 
19 Jan. 1974
Operation Noselift
Another day, another complaint to Gen. Mitchell, compliments of Hotlips, Inc. and Henry is tired of their constant abuse. To make matters worse, Private Danny Baker keeps going AWOL. With the help of Fr. Mulcahy, Hawkeye and Trapper get to the bottom of Baker's trouble: his huge nose. Hawkeye calls his old buddy, renowned plastic surgeon, Major Stanley "Stosh" Robbins, to perform the surgery...in exchange for a date with "The Barracuda." The big problem: all elective surgery is against U.S. military regulations. Hotlips, Inc. are very suspicious. But promises were ...
 
26 Jan. 1974
The Chosen People
A Korean family claims that the 4077th is set up on their farm and wants the unit to move; a Korean girl names Radar as the father of her child.
 
2 Feb. 1974
As You Were
The team delivers a baby, handles casualties and operates on Frank Burns' hernia during a power outage while Radar tries to divert friendly mortar fire falling too close to the camp.
 
9 Feb. 1974
Crisis
When enemy action cuts the supply lines to the 4077th in the middle of a freezing Korean winter, the unit struggles with a shortage of supplies and heating fuel.
 
16 Feb. 1974
George
A decorated GI confides to Hawkeye that he was beaten by his own unit for being gay but Frank Burns is outraged when he finds out from another source and tries to have the soldier dishonorably discharged.
 
23 Feb. 1974
Mail Call
Mail call yields goodies like photos and cookies (Trapper) and a huge knitted sweater (Hawkeye) but Henry gets only canceled checks. Frank's stock portfolio doubled since the war began but when he tells the guys they are less than thrilled. Margaret takes it as an almost proposal of marriage. Klinger's father is dying for the 18th time; his file is full of familial death and pregnancy. Frank finds Hawkeye's letter to his father about Pioneer Aviation so Frank asks Radar to cable his brokers to liquidate and buy Pioneer. Radar has a pen pal named Mary Jo Carpenter; he ...
 
2 Mar. 1974
A Smattering of Intelligence
A helicopter crash introduces the 4077 to Colonel Sam Flagg, the well-built (says Hotlips) paranoid with a broken arm who refuses all painkillers. Colonel Flagg (who can also be identified as Major Brooks, Lt. Carter, Ensign Troy and Capt. Louise Klein) is CIA. He threatens if Henry tells anyone, Flagg will put a tarantula in his shorts or his toothbrush could explode in his mouth or he could booby trap a nurse. Trapper's friend, Vinny Pratt, also drops in; Vinny is G-2 Intelligence and he wants to find out what Flagg is doing. Flagg is big, so the operation must be ...
 

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