It's another M*A*S*H prankathon. This time, Hawkeye appears to be the marked man after menial practical jokes happen to everyone in camp, but him. Will they get him too? Or is Hawkeye already the victim of an even larger practical joke?
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It's time for another annual M*A*S*H prankathon. B.J. starts by nailing Hawkeye's shoes to the floor so when trying to put them on, Pierce takes a header. He felt that to be a stupid, childish prank. At dinner, B.J. swears he will pull the ultimate prank on everybody. Hawkeye wasn't afraid, until menial practical jokes happen to everybody around him: Father Mulcahy's food had been spiked, Klinger's file explodes, Charles finds a snake in his bed, the back of Margaret's robe had been cut out, and something other than toothpaste was occupying Colonel Potter's toothpaste tube. Hawkeye fears he has become a marked man for a prank even bigger than those what befell his friends. When and where will it happen? Or...Has it already happened? Written by
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When Hawkeye is in the mess tent asking about the carrots and peas or beans, he jerks Igor's hand, spilling a significant amount of peas into the beans. A moment later (after a scene cut) the peas are gone. See more »
Maj. Charles Emerson Winchester III:
Hunnicut, if there is a God, there will be a time in your life when you are in dire straights and in desparate need of a wealthy, influential friend. When that time comes, I pray you will turn to me so I can laugh in your face.
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