Colonel Potter returns from Korea and becomes the Chief of Staff and Surgery for the General Pershing Veterans Hospital. Klinger returns as his clerk and Father Mulcahy becomes a chaplain with the hospital.
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Dr. Sherman T. Potter
Albert, the pains in your chest are in your head. Your constipation is also in your head, as well as your muscle spasms and psychositica. All of your problems are in your head. Now if you're not here just for the company and you really want my professional opinion, I suggest we amputate.
References Texaco Star Theatre
Music by Sidney Lippman
Lyrics by Sylvia Dee
Portion sung by William Christopher See more