M*A*S*H (1972–1983)
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Love and Marriage 

Hawkeye and Trapper try to unite a Korean medic with his family in spite of Frank's interference and find out that a young GI isn't telling the whole truth about his upcoming marriage to a Korean woman.

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Maj. Margaret 'Hot Lips' Houlihan (credit only)
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Mr. Kwang (as Soon-Taik Oh)
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Father Francis Mulcahy
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Storyline

Hawkeye and Trapper apologize to Korean medical assistant, Kwang, on behalf of the entire U.S. for Frank Burns. Frank gets on Kwang's case for his own ineptitude. The Swamp Rats learn Kwang is about to be a father and his wife is in enemy country so they try to arrange a 3-day pass. Private McShane is trying to marry a Korean girl who Hawkeye and Trapper recognize as a B-girl. The guy with the "Parker Brothers diploma," Dr. Pak (not Pat Morita) tries to bribe the Swamp Rats to pass McShane's fiancee on her physical. There are all types of business going on at the 4077. Just ask Radar Benjamin Franklin Trapper John Henry Kwang! Written by LA-Lawyer

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Comedy | Drama | War

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18 February 1975 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Dennis Dugan, who plays Pvt. McShane, also plays Col. Potter's son-in-law, Robert 'Bob' Wilson in Season 11, "Strange Bedfellows." See more »

Goofs

Trapper says that Mr. Kwang is "up on desertion charges." But according to military law, desertion is based on the intent never to return to duty. Mr. Kwang left the base for the birth of his child and seemingly had no intention of fleeing his military obligation. He should have been listed as AWOL, which is the accurate (and less severe) charge of leaving the base without a pass (even though, he actually did have a signed pass that Col. Blake didn't recall signing). See more »

Quotes

Hawkeye: You got any 3-day passes on ya?
Radar: I don't wanna get in dutch.
Hawkeye: You want to see any more books on reproduction?
Radar: [Long Pause] Wait here.
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Connections

Featured in M*A*S*H: Abyssinia, Henry (1975) See more »

Soundtracks

Temptation
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Music by Nacio Herb Brown
Plays on Trapper's record player
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Wedding Scam and the Enlisteds versus the Officers
7 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young man comes to Hawkeye and Trapper to get a checkup for what appears to be a hooker. At the same time, a young Korean aide who has medical skills, is trying to find his wife. He was shanghaied by the Korean army and hasn't seen his wife. She is pregnant and will be having the baby soon. The boys find out that the innocent looking young guy is part of a scam to get Korean women to the states where they will start plying their trade. Hawkeye takes Radar with him to pick up the pregnant wife but she goes into labor on the way back. Once again, Frank gets in the way of everything as they try to do the right thing. A decent though unbelievable episode. There are times when this show was so simplistic.


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