When the cryptic Col. Flagg starts snooping around the 4077, he draws in the interest of another intelligence agent named Pratt, a friend of Trapper's. When chaos reigns as Flagg and Pratt ... See full summary »
René Artois runs a small café in France during World War II. He always seems to have his hands full: He's having affairs with most of his waitresses, he's keeping his wife happy, he's ... See full summary »
When the cryptic Col. Flagg starts snooping around the 4077, he draws in the interest of another intelligence agent named Pratt, a friend of Trapper's. When chaos reigns as Flagg and Pratt try to outsmart and one up each other, Hawkeye and Trapper decide it is time to teach them both a lesson. Written by
I used to watch MASH too and have recently bought seasons 1 through 8. This episode is strange though. The cast or character we know are here but there's some kind of element missing. Some lines are funny but there's others that are not.
It looks,talks and seems like a MASH episode but in some ways it's less.
I agree with happipuppi about Vinny Pratt not being funny or young enough to be a friend to Trapper. Flagg is funny always and really,he is the funniest person in this outing,which doesn't speak well for the actual cast here or the writers.
I love Flagg's coded letter that he dictates to Radar. A bunch of non related sentences that put together here are hilarious. "Sign it,your son...Queen Victoria"!
There's many better MASH's for sure but I'll just call this one uneven and not "the greatest" or "one of the best".
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