During the O.R. session where BJ is asking Hawkeye to "name that tune" (which he calls "The Musical Clock") you can see Charles at his operating table just standing there watching the actors go through the scene. The nurse at Charles' table looks like she's working, but Charles is doing nothing. See more »
Radar "borrows" Major Winchester's phonograph in order to play music throughout the camp. At first he is shy, knowing that what he says is being listened to. Soon the wounded start arriving and Radar is left to do a disc jockey gig. Soon patients are scattered all over the camp, including the officer's club and the swamp. There is also a shortage of blood. Hence, many of the regulars are displaced. Eventually, Potter requests "Sentimental Journey" because it reminds him of someone he fell in love with who turned out to be Doris Day. A blood donor finally shows up, but he is totally drunk and refuses to give because he can't stand the sight of blood. But they finally manage to get enough to save a soldier. Radar's radio station eventually gets shut down.
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