Colonel Potter goes to Tokyo to have a second honeymoon with his wife. Unfortunately, while he is gone his horse Sophie becomes sick with colic. Radar then asks Hawkeye and BJ to help cure her before Potter comes back. However, Sophie isn't the only one to fall ill as Margaret's appendix begins to flare up and due to her fears that Frank will botch up her surgery she asks Hawkeye to perform it. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
For advice on healing Potter's horse, B.J. calls his father-in-law who lives in Quapaw, Oklahoma. Mike Farrell's wife at that time was Judy Farrell who was born in Quapaw. Also, his father-in-law is named "Floyd Hayden" in this episode; "Hayden" is Judy Farrell's real maiden name. See more »
It is said Radar's guinea pig triplets are called Manny, Moe, and Jack, presumably after the founders of Pep Boys. However, if Radar named his own animals, it is very unlikely he would have known who the Pep Boys were given the fact Pep Boys was a very small company during the Korean War. Pep Boys did not have any stores in Iowa during the Korean War, nor do they to this day. See more »
Once again Potter leaves and Frank is left in charge. Just before departure, Margaret shows symptoms of appendicitis. Frank sees this as an opportunity to get back in Margaret's favor. But Margaret wants Hawkeye to perform the surgery. The Colonel is also worried about Sophie, his horse, which is under Radar's care. But suddenly, the horse is found lying in its stall. The guys don't know what to do, so they call B. J.'s father- in-law in Oklahoma. The solution is quite a project (she is clogged up if you get my drift). Of course, Margaret's appendix finally makes an appearance. The final scene is quite fun. A cute episode. A subplot is Klinger trying to use depression as a method of getting his Section 8.
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