M*A*S*H: Season 8, Episode 3

Guerilla My Dreams (1 Oct. 1979)

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Hawkeye refuses to accept a South Korean officer's warning that a wounded civilian he brought in is a dangerous enemy guerrilla soldier. Charles finds a new chess opponent.

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Hawkeye refuses to accept a South Korean officer's warning that a wounded civilian he brought in is a dangerous enemy guerrilla soldier. Charles finds a new chess opponent.

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This episode marks the first time the phrase "son-of-a-bitch" is uttered on an American network television series. See more »

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Lt. Hung Lee Park: You have done your duty. Now, I must do mine.
Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce: [angrily] You son of a bitch!
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Episode on the way the communism influences people's minds
8 March 2008 | by (Buzau/Romania) – See all my reviews

I liked this episode more than others, although it's not on my Top 10 list . I especially liked the way the producers tried to show the audience how communism was affecting the lives of those people (N. Koreans) and how they were brainwashed into thinking that any American is the enemy and must be destroyed. There's a sequence where the sick N. Korean woman, being unwatched tries to escape out of intensive care and on her wait out she decides to pull the blood IV line from a US soldier's arm. I don't know if many of you realized that... and also in the end she screams and shouts at the doctors, who wanted to save her from being tortured and possibly executed by the S. Korean Lt. (played by Mako)


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