M*A*S*H: Season 2, Episode 9

Dear Dad... Three (10 Nov. 1973)

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Hawkeye pens another letter to his father during a 'typical' day at the 4077th.

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Hawkeye pens another letter to his father during a 'typical' day at the 4077th.

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Radar mentions that at the last monthly meeting, a motion had been made to hold a yearly reunion. This same concept would spark the entire plot for the later episode M*A*S*H: The Party (1979). See more »

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Hawkeye and Trapper tell a racist white patient that Dr. Charles Drew, who invented the process to store blood, bled to death after a car crash because he was black and a "whites only" hospital refused to admit him. While Dr. Drew did in fact invent a way to store blood, and died in a car crash, the story surrounding the "whites only" hospital is not true according to his biography. See more »

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Captain John McIntyre: Understand you're in need of a medical man here.
Captain Benjamin Franklin Pierce: I see you couldn't find one.
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Makin' Whoopee
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Written by Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn
On phonogaph in the Swamp and partially sung by Alan Alda
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