The 4077 is packed with Greek soldiers, right before their Easter. The surgeons discuss Greece as the cradle of modern medicine; even Frank knows Hippocrates. Col. Andropolis visits Henry; he is a very genial man. Grateful for the excellent treatment of his men, Andropolis ships a feast for his men and the 4077, including a lamb and a bathtub of ouzo. Outraged about the upcoming Bacchanal, Frank goes to Father's tent to write him a letter in protest. Trapper and Hawkeye discover Private Chapman inflicted his own gunshot wound; they keep it a secret from Frank. When Radar meets Sunday's main course, he cannot countenance his slaughter. It may be Henry's keister on the line but a flight on Bo-Peep Airline is authorized to fly to Iowa. Ouzo can cure a whole lot of problems: you can take the lamb out of Korea but you cannot take the Spam out of the lamb.
31 December 1974 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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Loretta Swit (Margaret Hoolihan) does not appear in this episode. See more
When Radar is talking to one of his animals near the beginning of the episode, an explosion goes off in the distance, compelling him to say, "It's just the war." Just before the sound effect is heard, there can be heard the voice of a man (possibly the director) yelling "Boom!" This was probably to cue Gary Burghoff, as the sound effect would have been added during post-production. See more
Lt. Colonel Henry Blake
[after finding out he signed a medical release for a lamb
I must be going crazy.
Captain Benjamin Franklin Pierce
Don't fight it, Henry.
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