En route to R&R, Hawkeye is flagged down by a North Korean soldier who holds him at gun point, forcing him to treat his wounded comrade. Back in camp, the officers change partners in a bridge tournament.

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En route to R&R, Hawkeye is flagged down by a North Korean soldier who holds him at gun point, forcing him to treat his wounded comrade. Back in camp, the officers change partners in a bridge tournament.

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The North Korean soldier is armed with a Simonow SKS-45 carbine. See more »

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Hawkeye: I'm sitting here with my brass exposed.
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References Anything Goes (1936) See more »

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Top Hat, White Tie and Tails
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Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Alan Alda
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Winners and Losers
22 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Winchester and Potter get into full blown competitive mode when Charles insults the Colonel's wife, who has won a bridge tournament. Charles's bragging about his prowess leads to enlisting Margaret and B.J. as partners. The game leads to accusations and belittling and no fun. The childish behavior is the hallmark. Meanwhile, Hawkeye has a 24 hour pass, but as he heads down the road, he is waylaid by a North Korean, who points a gun at him and forces him into the woods. Pierce thinks this is it. It turns out, however, that he needs Hawkeye to help a fallen comrade. Pierce does what he can (though he is terrified) but because there is no hospital available, he can only provide the most basic of treatment. He is convinced that these actions will be his last. This is a very tense and frightening episode.


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