Trapper and Hawkeye remove a veritable junkyard from paratrooper, Gary Mitchell, and incur the undying gratitude of Gen. Mitchell, his father. Gen. Mitchell sends the pair on a drunken toot to Tokyo which ends up tiring Radar and Henry more than the revellers. Upon their return to camp, they find Frank arranged for Gen. Mitchell to give the 4077 a club for "Officers Only." This is not so nifty for the enlisted men...and they are not about to let the officers forget it. Can Trapper and Hawkeye think of a way to bring down the sign...without bringing down the whole club around it? Written by
A General's son is operated on successfully by the surgeons and out of gratitude some nice things are given to the unit. One of them is the building of an officer's club. It is replete with bartending staff, a juke box, full bar, and so on. Unfortunately, Blake is unable to get a banana daiquiri. The problem is that it is an "officer's" club. That means that the enlisted personnel can't use it. Of course, Margaret and Frank stand in the way of getting it open to the others in the camp. Radar, Klinger, and other regulars who are enlisted begin to snub Hawkeye, Trapper, and the other officers. Something must be done and the answer comes when the General's son is helped into the club while the General is there. It's a fairly ordinary episode that has been done before in various ways. Still, better than most comedy.
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