Trapper says "I don't care if you're Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy"
after Trapper punches Frank, Henry says what am I running? An English boarding school?
An advertisement is visible.
Title can be seen on a movie theatre marquee when Shaft takes a cab to Amsterdam Avenue
Mentioned in an interview.
Mentioned by Johnny as he describes possible sequels
Mentioned by Johnny as he introduces Jo Ann Pflug
Remson references his 'God-damn army' line from "MASH"
Whatever happened to Forrest is a topic of discussion
The "oh Frank scene" is a homage to the "Hot Lips" scene, with the characters eavesdropping by accident an intercourse.
Presented as part of Ring Lardner Jr.'s resume.
Photographs and several references to Hawkeye, Radar and setting and events of the original film.
Title referenced during "What's It All About" with Pinky and Leo
Title mentioned by Sally Kellerman during her monologue.
Donald Sutherland remarks that people sometimes oddly mistake him for his co-star Elliott Gould
"That man has been in a catatonic depression ever since they cancelled M.A.S.H."
Benjamin Franklin Pierce High School appears
"According to the radar, that thing is right over us." Servo: "Gary Burghoff is there?"
"It looks like he's driving the Swamp from MASH"
Tom mentions it while discussing the "Wayne Rogers syndrome."
Joel: "Well, I guess I'll have to give this hat back to Col. Blake now."
While watching a football game, a character exclaims "they shot him". Fran corrects her saying it was the end of the quarter, similar to the football scene in this movie.
Visual reference of Rene Auberjonois' character helping the doctor to compress a man's wound in order to save blood.
this film is mentioned in an interview
a poster for a "MASH" movie advertises that it is based on the television show rather than being the original film
Mentioned by name in the video store.
When the guys sneak into the dentist office to question Uncle Benny, Riggs whistles the same three notes that Hawkeye whistles all throughout MASH.
Johnny Depp's whistle in the bookstore is the same as Hawkeye's
Crichton refers to Hassan as "Hotlips".
While going through the case file, Jack McCoy mentions that the defendents have expert witness "...including the pros from Dover". In M*A*S*H (1970), Hawkeye and Trapper arranged an unauthorized leave to Seoul posing as the "pros from Dover".
Sebastian discusses on the phone which is better the movie or the TV show.
Title presented during In Memoriam segment
Rob Brody uses this movie in a conversation on Robert Altman
Dr. Cox refers to J.D. as "Radar."
Referenced by name
Francis said he would prefer to be operated on by Hawkeye than by Dr. Bombay.
Hoffman is appearing at the door when J.J. Jameson has the intention to call him in a Cpl. 'Radar' O'Reilly's fashion.
The halftime ringer "twist" is pulled from MASH's football game.
referenced as part of the documentary
Referenced by Gene Shalit
Mentioned in a magazine article.
J.J. Jameson yells for Hoffman but he appears before Jameson finishes saying his name in a Cpl. 'Radar' O'Reilly's fashion.
The movie poster is shown to illustrate the 1970s.
one of the condemned prisoners is numbers 4077, the camp for movie and TV series
One of the films on the list
Stewie sings the words to the theme song to movie MASH.
Rory calls Lacey "Radar", and asks if she's spotted any incoming choppers.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Lohan writing only suicide songs references song "Suicide Is Painless" from MASH
Stewie sings Suicide Is Painless when he's drunk
In "Teen Girl Squad Issue 13", while Tompkins feeds his virtual pet, the words "m.a.s.h." is displayed
Theme tune used.
Portnoy very briefly addresses Kevin as, "Radar".
Mr. Fox's whistle is the one used by Hawkeye Pierce in MASH (1970).
Anand is wearing a M*A*S*H t-shirt.
Title taken from the movie's theme song by Johnny Mandel.
"After he kills fucking Hot Lips here..."
One of the robbers uses the name Trapper John.
"...but I think Suicide is Painless would have worked really good here."
another film starring Elliott Gould
Jack mentions it.
Video case is shown.
The hold music Moe listens to on the suicide hotline is "Suicide Is Painless."
Poster is shown.
"HawkeyePierce2020" screen name
Video case is shown.
Stills shown & discussed.
"Bring it in, Hot Lips."
Jon Cryer mentions the Robert Altman film
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Robert Duvall
Mentioned during charades -- explicitly both the movie and series
Jake tells Arliss that he served two tours as part of MASH unit #4077 during the Korean War.
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as a possible answer, and the correct answer, to a question about the film that Trapper John, M.D. is a spin-off from asked when Trish and the Chaser go head to head.
Mark references this film.
Referenced as a Best Picture nominee in 1971
Correct response in the category "Comedy Films of the 1970s".
Title seen on movie theater marquee.
The Snob dubs "Suicide is Painless" over one scene.
Kamil Fila talks about it.
Mentioned by Paul Rudd
Overlapping dialogue with ensemble
Clips are shown during the segment on Robert Altman.
Clips are shown.
Just around the Woodstock segment
Golfing and hospital scenes with Gould and Sutherland
Kellerman shower scene
This film is #56 on the list.
Segment - "Picture This"
"Hollywood Screen Tests, Pt. 2" features many movies and tv shows in reference to the stars featured.
This film is #7 on the list.
Clips are shown
Clips from the movie are featured.
Documentary on the making of this film
The song "Suicide is Painless" is #66 on the list.
Clips are shown
Features clip from the movie
Clips are shown.
clips are featured to illustrate the best hospital scenes in movies
This film is #54 on the list.
discusion on ideology
film clips shown
Number 31 in the Countdown
Clips and behind the scenes clips are presented
Tommy and Phoebe broadcast Bucky and Pam having sex on the speaker so that the entire camp hears it, as was done with Frank Burns and Hot Lips in MASH.
reproduces the PA gag on Frank and Hot Lips with a video camera