When Hawkeye and BJ are going through Charles's footlocker, BJ wraps a scarf around his neck. After Charles discovers them, there is a shot of Hawkeye and BJ, but this time the scarf is draped over BJ's neck. Then, finally, when Charles tells them to look in the outgoing mail for the spy's letter, the scarf is wrapped again around BJ's neck. See more »
On the eve of the Kentucky Derby (as everyone is involved in a party), Potter gets news from command that he is being reprimanded for his lack of discipline in the MASH unit. To make matters worse, the complaints are coming from inside the camp. Someone is a traitor. Potter decides he's had it. He becomes really military because he doesn't know who to trust. Potter announces to everyone that he is going to retire as soon as an inspection is complete. Of course, the most discontented person in the camp is Winchester. The boys try to find evidence of his activities. They find nothing; all they get is an earful from Charles. Of course, the sad thing is that he has all this rage when nearly everyone else adores him and his command. This is one of my favorite episodes.
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