"AfterMASH" features Sherman Potter, Max Klinger and Father Francis Mulcahy from "M*A*S*H".
Swit and Linville appear dressed as their characters
Willona mentions TV series by name
Announced as nominee
referenced by Desi Arnaz Jr in Shiller's Reel
mentioned by Telly
Title on top ten list held up by Al Franken on Weekend Update
Referenced in contestant introductions.
TV show mentioned by "Mr. Blackman".
The show is mentioned by name.
At one point, an extra can be seen wearing a t-shirt with the logo for this TV-series.
Kid seen wearing a shirt
Harry Tuttle is named after a running gag in MASH's first season
Big Bird's Teddy Bear is named Radar, after the character in M*A*S*H who slept with one. He mails him back to Sesame Street via Bear Mail.
Dr. Craig says B.J. Hunnict was a drinking buddy of his
Tom wears a "M*A*S*H" t-shirt.
'Characters on MASH' is a category on You Bet Your Finger
Morgan's classmates' "So Long" message that can be seen from his helicopter as it leaves echoes B.J.'s farewell to Hawkeye at the end of "M*A*S*H."
Mentioned by Dick
The show is mentioned by name.
Mentioned by Blanche.
Joel and Co. mention M*A*S*H when a Bell 47 helicopter lands in a native village, looking very much like any particular casualty arrival from said sitcom.
Joel and Servo hum "Suicide Is Painless" as a helicopter lands.
Crow: "It's the opening of 'M*A*S*H.'"
"Thank You Ferret Face"
When Detective Murdock asks where Morgan is; Bull responds by saying, "Harry Morgan? He's still on M*A*S*H."
Joel and Co. hum the theme during one of the scenes with the helicopter.
Crow: "It's Colonel Potter! Harry Morgan!"
Joel: "Well, at least we know what McLean Stevenson's been doing since 'M*A*S*H.'"
"Looks like it's from the old M*A*S*H set"
The show is mentioned by name.
"You're really bucking for that section 8, pal!"
Crow: "[It's] Father Mulcahy."
the chopper scene
"I'm never going to be an extra on M*A*SH"
As an homage to actor David Ogden Stiers' history on the TV series M*A*S*H, sensor displays are seen to read, "Composite Sensor Analysis 4077"; the reference number of the MASH unit in the series
A man in the movie is compared to Frank Burns.
Tom (as the P.A. announcer): "Attention, all personnel: Tonight's movie is 'Jungle Goddess.'"
"I love you, Margaret!"/"Not now, Frank!"
sign post seen at beginning
Crow references Radar's imitation of John Wayne
Tom: "What do you say we go to the Swamp and have cocktails?"
When Parker correctly predicts what his father's takeout order will be at the diner, Jerry remarks, "Trés Radar O'Reilly!"
Mentioned by Tom when discussing the "Wayne Rogers syndrome."
Tom: "Don't do that, Radar!"
Bog Saget references the show and 'Major' during his rambling.
Marge asks others if they watched the last episode of Mash.
Paul mentions Wayne Rogers and MASH.
Hums theme song as chopper lands
M*A*S*H coloring book
mentioned in Larry's monologue
Title spoken and theme song hummed!
Larry Linville guest stars as himself and makes many references to his MASH character.
Is is said that "Larry Linville from M*A*S*H" is going to be one of the judges of "Wrestle Till You're Raw Night" at the nudie bar.
In a street scene in New Orleans, an extra can be seen wearing a "M*A*S*H" t-shirt.
Crow: (upon seeing the title Radar Secret Service) Gary Burghoff goes undercover.
a poster for a "MASH" movie advertises that it is based on the television show rather than being the original film
Mentioned by Skinner.
McLean Stevenson, dressed as Col. Henry Blake, is referenced in a "Good Idea/Bad Idea" segment.
Title is referenced
Numerous references; Jamie Farr ultimately shows up in drag.
Auggie calls Ruby "Hawkeye".
Servo: Colonel Potter!
Otis mentions the show while listing television shows based on movies
The number 4077 is used as an important macguffin, in one of many MASH references throughout Star Trek.
"....since they cancelled MASH"
Beth give Dave a form to sign, he teases her by calling her Radar
Mentioned by Nat X
Title mentioned by Peter
Ross mentions the show to Carol.
"It's a radar" Crow: Gary Burghoff?
Snake says that a news anchor is "on more than 'M*A*S*H.'"
Mentioned by Nat X
Chi McBride draws comparisons to his show "The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer"
Mentioned by Mo
"Ya know when Alan Alda took over behind the camera and the show got all dramatic and preachy."
Crow: Hawkeye Pierce returns to the M*A*S*H unit.
Mentioned by Nat X
Neal says the show "is not funny," then Sam says he heard "Radar O'Reilly has, like, no fingers."
Sebastian discusses on the phone which is better the movie or the TV show.
Greg calls Jimmy 'Klinger'.
Ed says the title by name.
J.D. says, "I still feel like I'm seven years old, playing 'M*A*S*H.'"
Richard compares Lorelai to one of the characters
Documentary is about the show
Alan talks about a helicopter and says "Like the beginning of Mash"
Daphne says one M*A*S*H character reminds her of Martin, but "mistakes" Benjamin Pierce for Col. Potter
In "Battle of the Gender Stars" Jamie Farr switches from the male team to the female team and says he can do it, because he wore a dress on MASH.
In montage of TV Guide listings
dialogue spoken by 'The Kid' at one point is adapted from the Season 1 episode "Sometimes You Hear the Bullet" script, the dialogue was orginally spoken by Ron Howard (credited as Ronny Howard)
the bartender is a crossdresser with a shocking resemblance to the Klinger in MASH
Joe calls Allison "Hot Lips"
Referenced in "Celebrity Jeopardy!"
Ron Howard mentions it when talking about single camera comedies
Title seen on Al Franken's top ten list
Mentioned as part of one of the writers resume
An Asian man in a helicopter gunship says, "Whenever I fire rockets, I imagine I'm shooting at Alan Alda and Jamie Farr."
MASH writer mentioned
Stewie sings the theme song to M*A*S*H.
referenced in clue in "I, Max" category
Jerry and John watch Mash.
Sawyer calls Ana "Hot Lips"
referenced in clue in "TV D.O.A." category
John Mackay references Radar O'Reilly, and mentions the show by name.
Mentioned by Dennis.
Referenced during the pirate convention
Hobie's grandmother asks him if he wants to watch this show with her.
Cell phone plays main theme.
Mentioned several times.
A brief mention
Joy performs a trick she saw on MASH
Mary Jo: "I wish Klinger would just come in and say something funny."
Jesse asks Marco if he ordered the 24 hour "M*A*S*H" channel. Marco says, "All Klinger, all the time!"
Barney tries to remember that Alan Alda starred in the show.
The first four seasons are chosen by Lara Kirwan as her special subject.
Jon Stewart jokes that "Mike Farrell from M*A*S*H" will be on the show, when in fact the guest is Will Ferrell
Radar is mentioned by Scott and Jimmy.
poster in CBS office
Included in an $8,000 question
"We still need Trapper John."
Included in a $300 question
"Suicide is Painless" (MASH theme) heard
Tracey calls Kenneth his Radar O'Reilly
Sarge says that this show constitutes most people's knowledge of the Korean War
Subject of a $25,000 question
Sage reviews a poorly-written fanfic based on this show
when Cesar says that he was a nurse in the army, Nancy replies "Like Hot Lips Houlihan?"
Anna mentions the television show by name.
Mentioned in a $300 question
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Situation Comedy Room"
Mentioned by Abed
The male nurse makes a joke and then says, "I'm kind of the Hawkeye around here."
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "TV Reveille"
Abed compares Jeff to Hawkeye, Annie to Hot Lips, and himself to Radar.
mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Direct TV"
Subject of a $12,500 question
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Who Played 'em on TV?"
Two of Mace Windu's troopers are named Trapper and Hawkeye.
Included in a $7,500 question
DVD cover shown.
Subject of a $5,000 question
Blake Downs performs Hawkeye's from MASH season finale during the finale of his own show.
Referenced by Alan Alda (Bill Hader) in the "Celebrity Teen Crisis Center" segment
mentioned in the "A long time ago" joke at the beginning
Dean Pelton says, "'M*A*S*H' lasted longer than that war."
Mike Rowe mentions MASH in reference to clips of injuries
Radar O'Reilly mentioned
"I hope his ass likes classic television, because that guy's gonna to MASH it."
Answer to question in Death on a Sitcom category
Brad says his other roommate was last seen getting on a plane with Henry Blake.
"Right after watching M*A*S*H reruns..."
Cristina mentions the doctors of MASH during her exam
"Klinger" is mentioned in reference to famous people from Cleveland
when Jimmie is testing the 1950's Jeep he mentions feeling like he was on Mash
Carol Burnett mentions the show in discussing CBS' old Saturday night lineup
Jay says that a North Korean soldier defected to South Korea because he wanted to watch the final episode of the show
"And yes, it is Mike Farrell from TV's M*A*S*H, thanks for asking"
Marc calls Kyle "Radar".
Chelsea mentions the show by name.
Mentioned Corporal Klinger (and his efforts to get out of a war zone) in dialogue.
The message "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" appears in the credits
Rosie O'Donnell and Jane Lynch both mention this television show by name during the game TV I.D.
Mentioned by Tosh
mentioned in discussion of series finale episodes
Elizabeth refers to the series.
Subject of a question
Diane calls Rebecca "Hot Lips"
Mentioned in dialogue.
Higgins mentions Hawkeye from the series, as opposed to Hawkeye from the Avengers
mentioned by Mike Golic
Frank Keller is watching an episode of MASH in his apt after NY Yankees bust.
clips from this show are in this special
"M*A*S*H" is #25.
a clip is featured
It is number 8 in the greatest TV Moemnts
Brief clip of opening titles during Josh Groban's salute to TV theme songs.
Jack Soo's guests appearance on the show is shown.
Clips shown in a segment on Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan and Major Frank Burns.
seen playing on TV
Hawkeye Pierce is an example of the "Crusader".
M*A*S*H: Death Takes a Holiday (1980) is #12.
Altered clip depicts President Obama looking at North Korea and seeing the show's cast
"M*A*S*H" is the #3 Best TV Comedy. It is also the #2 Best TV Show.
features clips of the show when discussing what was voted #3 Best TV Comedy
Thompson jokes that a zombie was hit with an arrow by Hawkeye, and it cuts to Pierce in the shower.
Number 27 in the Countdown
Film's title and plot is a takeoff on the TV series.
Miss Piggy dresses as Hot Lips.
A play on the title, and on-screen even written in the same font.
Stewie dressed as Klinger
Dr. Zoidberg joins a MASH unit, where he is heckled by a robot surgeon that talks like Alan Alda's Hawkeye
Bart's announcements over the intercom are similar to those seen in the movie and subsequent TV series
Marge leaves in helicopter, while "Suicide is Painless" is playing and there is also writing on the ground made from rocks
MSgt Walter Harriman channels Corporal Walter (Radar) O'Reilly. While preparing Gen. O'Neill's schedule, he's at least one step ahead of the General and he answers the General's questions before they are asked, as well as bearing more than a passing resemblence to Radar.
Recreates the chicken smothering scene in the finale, but in reverse. Randy (the chicken) smothers Earl to shut him up when the enemy is approaching, instead of Hawkeye smothering the "chicken" to silence it.
Poster for "M*U*F*F".
At one point an episode end credit sequence is spoofed
Theme heard during ice cream headaches scenes