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Hey I’m new to this fandom, I have watched a little of mash on me tv. I hope to not cause u any trouble. Thanks
Does anyone have a clip of the P.A. Voice saying, "...that is all".
Has anyone else noticed a pink hue to the gowns? I'm wondering if the red dye from the fake blood tinged the gowns pink during washing. I see it a lot, esp. starting in season 4-5.
One of my favorites, but I don’t like the version shown on TV these days. I prefer watching it on DVD. They leave out a great line from Hawkeye.
Col. Blake and Hawkeye are outside of the shower tent and the character played by John Ritter flips out and is holding Burns at gunpoint in the shower. Sidney Freeman (there on a “conference” of binge poker) says regarding Burns, “he’s a good man, one of the best.” Col. Blake then asks Hawkeye if they should get Father Mulcahy. Hawkeye said, “he could give the truth the last rites.” Cracks me up every time, but it’s not on any station now with that line.
Some great lines got cut with modern showings, but more advertising takes place these days. Too bad for the best show ever on TV.
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In the plot description of this episode here, the misuse of placebo sugar pills is conflated with the episode, Major Topper (season 6). It is in Major Topper when sugar pills are used in place of contaminated morphine. In Moon is not Blue, Hawkeye gives them to Klinger and Bannister as an anti-heat pill.
Thad Mumford who helped write and direct almost 50 episodes of MASH had passed away. He had also worked on the Cosby Show, A Different World, Home Improvements and numerous other shows. In Mash he was prominent in the final 3 seasons. He came up with numerous lines and jokes on the spot such as “woo do that voodoo you do so well.” He was a Emmy award winner and a pioneer for African Americans in the writing and producing industry.
I am trying to upload photos of one of the background actors to see if anyone can identify him but the page won't let me...any ideas on what the issue may be?
If you were stuck on an island with any mash character who would it be?
Today Alan Alda announced he has Parkinson's. I wish him all the best. I think it's great that he isn't letting him get him down and he's living his life to the full.
I always think this is fun to think about. What if original characters like Henry or Trapper stayed and got to meet the newer characters that came on as the show went on. What would your dream combination of characters be for the show in its later seasons?
It always bothers me that Henry Blake had to die...but i guess that's a part of being in a war...but why Henry?????