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.
Did You Know?
At the beginning of the episode, Colonel Potter dates the letter he is writing September 26, 1953. The episode was aired September 26, 1983. See more
Colonel Potter is watching President Eisenhower giving a speech on the television. He then dates the letter he is writing September 26, 1953; however, the excerpt of the speech on TV is from Eisenhower's "Atoms For Peace" speech, given at the United Nations on December 8, 1953. See more
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
Portion sung by William Christopher See more