The neurotic but perceptive Walter "Radar" O'Reilly joins the police force after the Korean war.

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After Walter "Radar" O'Reilly returns home from Korea, he joins the local police force. His adventures include tracking his stolen wallet, breaking up a fight between two strippers, and helping out a homeless boy. Written by Mike Konczewski

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17 July 1984 (USA)  »

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Meet Me in St. Louis, Walter  »

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This aired only in the Eastern and Central time zones. CBS News coverage of the Democratic National Convention pre-empted the broadcast in the Pacific and Mountain zones. See more »

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Spun-off from MASH (1970) See more »

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M*A*S*H it is NOT - After AfterMASH
4 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw the pilot for W*A*L*T*E*R. Now I know beyond a doubt why they never made it into a series. Here's an interesting tidbit: It was directed by Bill Bixby! I wouldn't be surprised if it did NOT appear on his resume. Even having the asterisks in the title (Radar's real name of course) is dumb.

O'Reilly returns to Iowa, sells the farm & livestock and sends his mother to live with his aunt. His new bride leaves him for another man right after their honeymoon. (what!?) He decides to commit suicide, and goes to a drugstore to buy sleeping pills to overdose (+ aspirin b/c sleeping pills give him headaches (broom-che!)). The drugstore clerk, Victoria Jackson!, cheers him up and they become friends. His cousin Wendell gets him a job on the police force in St. Louis. Jocularity ensues.

Radar goes back home and they make a show about him AFTER he loses the farm? Blech. You may as well have a show about him after he BUYS the farm! To have a show about Radar anywhere but in Ottumwa Iowa is bogus. Miss this! I seal it: DNW: Do Not Watch!


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