M*A*S*H: Season 6, Episode 12

Comrades in Arms: Part 1 (6 Dec. 1977)

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Hawkeye and Margaret become romantically involved while they are trapped behind enemy lines.

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While on their way to another MASH unit to demonstrate a new surgical technique, Margaret and Hawkeye are forced to take shelter in an abandoned hut when they find themselves in a broken down jeep and under fire from an advancing enemy line. Written by shepherd1138

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When Winchester is complaining about Hawkeye and BJ singing in the shower, Hawkeye replies with "don't blame me, I didn't write this stuff." In fact, he did "write this stuff": Alan Alda has the sole writing credit on the episode. See more »

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The Korean patrol uses M71 Valmet Sporter rifles, a license-made copy of the AK series, with synthetic stock and muzzle brake removed to be a stand in for AK-47s. This is inaccurate because even the Soviet Union and China didn't issue AKs for several years after the end of the Korean War. See more »

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La Donna è Mobile
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Written by Giuseppe Verdi
Performed by Mike Farrell
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