After Hawkeye makes an insulting remark about Margaret, Frank snaps him with a towel and Hawkeye responds with a nicely placed right cross to Frank's eye. Hawkeye is then placed under house arrest and instead of being treated like a criminal, he is treated like a conquering hero for what he did even to the point of getting some very tasty water buffalo steak and having movies shown in the Swamp. In the meantime, Colonel Reese, the woman in charge of all the nurses in Korea, arrives to observe Margaret and her staff and, for some strange reason, becomes attracted to Frank and tries to seduce him. Also, Radar begins acting very strangely, even having the hem in his pants let out two inches. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
4 February 1975 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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Per the title house arrest is a measure by which a person is confined by the authorities to his or her residence. See more
Frank Burns accuses Hawkeye Pierce of assault "under the Articles of War." Congress passed the updated military disciplinary statutes, the "Uniform Code of Military Justice" on 5 May 50 and they became operative on 31 May 51. Given that this episode airs in the series' 4th year of existence, it could be assumed that the conflict had passed the effective date for the UCMJ (active combat having started 25 June 50). See more
I have got oak leaves on my shoulders.
And I've got dimples on my butt.
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Back in the Saddle Again
Written by Gene Autry
and Ray Whitley
Performed by Mary Wickes See more