M*A*S*H (1972–1983)
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Snappier Judgment 

It's the day of Klinger's hearing before a trial of angry officers. Will Klinger be sent up the river? With Charles as his attorney, it's almost certain. Meanwhile, Hawkeye and B.J. set out to catch the real thief.

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It's the day of Klinger's hearing before a trial of angry officers. Will Klinger be sent up the river? With Charles as his attorney, it's almost certain. Meanwhile, Hawkeye and B.J. set out to catch the real thief.

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second part | court hearing | See All (2) »

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14 December 1981 (USA)  »

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The title follows the previous title _"M*A*S*H" Snap Judgment (1981)_. See more »

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Hawkeye addresses the character played by Jack Blessing as "Capt. Rollins" but he was listed in the closing credits as "Lt. Rollins". See more »

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Lt. Rollins: How then do you explain that when the arresting MPs returned with you to that exact spot not 30 minutes later, there was no trace of this "Little Chicago"?
Corporal Maxwell Q. Klinger: Uh, they must have packed up and left.
Lt. Rollins: Oh, come on now, Corporal! Isn't this obviously a case of "res ipsa loquitur"?
Corporal Maxwell Q. Klinger: [puzzled] "Racial Pepsi Cola"?
Major Charles Winchester: [Stands up] I must object... *strenously*!
Col. Drake: On what grounds?
Major Charles Winchester: Because... uh... have it in a minute.
[Rummages through papers]
Col. Drake: Major, we don't have all day! What is your objection?
Major Charles Winchester: Just a minute, just...
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Chattanooga Choo Choo
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Music by Harry Warren
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Witless for the Defense
27 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Klinger goes to trial. Since lawyer don't defend these cases, Winchester, full of wind and arrogance, offers his services. Klinger picks him because he sounds good. Of course, the trial goes terribly (they are lucky he wasn't hanged). He overestimates his abilities and knowledge of military law. The problem is that Klinger, as a scrounger, has had some shady dealing along the way (he even supplied Mulcahy with some Gideon Bibles from a hotel). This, coupled with Winchester's total incompetence, forces another tactic. The court martial has been used at other times in this show, but the scene where Winchester begs for them to find for him to avoid embarrassing his family is priceless. Quit a solid outing.


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