While B.J. and Hawkeye snipe at each other, Klinger romances a nurse and Winchester romances a Korean working girl.




Episode cast overview:
Sylvia Chang ...
Kit McDonough ...
Lieutenant Debbie Clark
Eileen Saki ...
Judy Farrell ...
Patient (as Michael Williams)


The Swamp Rats are so exhausted, BJ is obsessing over the quality of his kidney surgery and Hawkeye is climbing the furniture. Chuckles deserts Beethoven for Rosie's. Klinger meets Lt. Deborah Clark of the 8063rd; Debbie says it could be love...and Max believes her. Chuckles meets a lady of the night, Sooni. The kidney operation and teeth cleaning cause The Swamp Rats to regress beyond the sandbox: they hiss and scrap until Bingo: Hawkeye moves to Radar's bunk. Man of the War, Chuckles, plays Pygmalion while Klinger has such a good time with Debbie, he did not know it was just a good time. It is Stormy Weather for the blood brothers (Klinger and Chuckles) but an early morning phone call from Dr. Cohen in Taegu makes the sandbox a fun and warm place to play, once more, for the scintillating surgeons of The Swamp. Written by LA-Lawyer

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Comedy | Drama | War





Release Date:

5 March 1979 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Photophone Sound Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Corporal Klinger's family home is at 1215 Michigan, Toledo, Ohio. See more »


When Hawkeye is taking the patient's blood pressure, he's not listening with his stethoscope. Since he over-pressures the cuff and misses the first measurement, he would need to start over to get an accurate measurement. See more »


Charles: It is better to have loved and lost, than never to have... oh, give me a drink.
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References Babes in Arms (1939) See more »


The Lady Is a Tramp
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
Portion sung by Jamie Farr
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All's Fair in Love and War!
12 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

B. J. and Hawkeye start to annoy each other big time. Hunnicutt has obsessions when it comes to patients that don't fare well when they leave his care. Hawkeye is so competitive that he is driving everyone nuts. The two are soon at each other's throats to where Hanwkeye even leaves the Swamp. While this is going on, Charles becomes involved with a Korean B Girl. She just wants to have fun while he tries molding her into his own desirable mate, playing Tchaikovsky and suggesting things she should read. Reading poetry to her. Klinger also gets involved with a pretty lieutenant from another MASH unit. He falls head over heels without checking with the lady. These things go on to their predictable finish.

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