When a nurse that Hawkeye is dating dies, he offers to deliver her eulogy and discovers that he didn't know her. Klinger tries to interest Charles in a business venture.

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When a nurse that Hawkeye is dating dies, he offers to deliver her eulogy and discovers that he didn't know her. Klinger tries to interest Charles in a business venture.

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22 November 1982 (USA)  »

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The Mystery of Our Own Importance
29 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young nurse has died in a mine field. It happens shortly after a date with Hawkeye. The sad thing is that he doesn't really know anything about her. She is shy and a bit reclusive. When Potter asks people in the camp to deliver a eulogy, no hands go up. Hawkeye volunteers because they were intimate, though he couldn't tell anyone the first thing about her. He goes about interviewing different people and this is utterly useless, until Father Mulcahy hands over her diary, which was found under her mattress. This is an incredibly touching episode, which gives us all a reason to care about each other because in another time that may not be available to us.


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