M*A*S*H: Season 3, Episode 13

Mad Dogs and Servicemen (10 Dec. 1974)

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Against Frank's objections, Hawkeye and Trapper treat a young, shell-shocked GI with hysterical paralysis while Henry searches for a possibly rabid dog that bit Radar.

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Against Frank's objections, Hawkeye and Trapper treat a young, shell-shocked GI with hysterical paralysis while Henry searches for a possibly rabid dog that bit Radar.

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rabid dog | lost dog

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Trivia

The title is from the 1931 Noel Coward song 'Mad Dogs and Englishman'. See more »

Goofs

When Margaret is reading the letter to Radar, she refers to Gogi Grant's "The Wayward Wind" as one of the letter writer's favorite tunes. The song, which was a #1 hit, was not released until 1956, three years after the end of the Korean War. See more »

Quotes

Major Franklin Marion Burns: I'm taking this to a higher authority.
Captain John McIntyre: Aw Frank, are you going to your mother again?
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References Godzilla (1954) See more »