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
Excuse me Mike, but I spent too many years in the calvary not recognize the gentle thud of stable droppings.
References Life Is Worth Living
Music by Sidney Lippman
Lyrics by Sylvia Dee
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