M*A*S*H: Season 5, Episode 23

Post Op (8 Mar. 1977)

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The 4077th is deluged with patients and their individual medical histories. Then they run out of blood and everyone is donating at 48-hour intervals.

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The 4077th is deluged with patients and their individual medical histories. Then they run out of blood and everyone is donating at 48-hour intervals.

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Wounded Soldier: What if they ask me where I got hit?
Hawkeye: Look them right in the eye and say without blinking, "I got hit in the butt." And if they keep bugging you, drop your pants and show them your scar.
Wounded Soldier: [Snort] Don't make me laugh.
Hawkeye: Whitney, we're talking about your body. It's been invaded by a bullet and there's nothing amusing about that.
Wounded Soldier: Don't I know it.
Hawkeye: On the other hand, you should be proud. You have a very special wound - it's symbolic of this entire war. This whole thing has been one giant pain in the butt...
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Picking Up the Pieces
22 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The unit is running out of blood as they fill the hospital with patients. They are trying to make do with things as they are. One patient has lost a leg from a land mine. Another is unconscious from some unexplainable cause. The soldiers have seen enough death and know that if they are OK'd to leave, they will be sent to the front. BJ has to negotiate with a guy who has a whole bunch of enterprises going on. Another guy is from Puerto Rico and has had his mustache cut off (which makes him lose face with his peers). Klinger comes to his aid. This is one of those episodes where we get a look at all the things that occupy the professional life of these guys.


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