M*A*S*H: Season 7, Episode 9

Baby, It's Cold Outside (13 Nov. 1978)

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The 4077th is forced to use extreme measures to save a group of soldiers suffering from hypothermia, while Klinger suffers temporary deafness after a mine explosion on his watch.

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When the temperature falls to new lows, the camp suffers. The wounded come in with low temperatures and frostbite. Winchester gets a winter suit from his parents and generously gives the gloves to Margaret, a gesture he immediately regrets and tries to undo. Written by Kathy Hofmann

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The title is from the song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" with words and music by Frank Loesser. See more »

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Hawkeye orders a nurse to put a tube down a patient and use warm D and W to warm the patient. This process is called gastric lavage and is always done with saline solution (as known as 0.9 solution). The solution Hawkeye refers to is not called that it's referred to as D5 (the D5 stands for Dextrose 5%) and is not suitable for lavage. See more »

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References The Song of Bernadette (1943) See more »

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The Frigid North
8 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of many episodes that take place in the winter in Korea. Everyone is freezing and it is necessary to keep the casualties warm. One man in particular is suffering from intense hypothermia. The second plot is a huge down jacket that is sent to Charles by his family. In a moment of kindness, he gives Margaret his gloves and then decides he wants them back. Everyone envies it and, of course, Charles is a complete ass about it. A third plot is Klinger, who, while on guard duty, finds himself deaf when a series of land mines go off due to the cold. All these things tie together as Radar is forced to move all the heaters into the hospital.


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