Some version of this scene is found in every M*A*S*H episode. In the pilot, this comes after the teaser. After Radar left the series, the scene was edited to omit his image.

This is a list of all 256 episodes of the M*A*S*H television series, which aired on CBS-TV for eleven seasons, premiering on September 17, 1972 and ending in a two-hour series finale film episode Goodbye, Farewell and Amen on February 28, 1983. 

Original cast[edit | edit source]

The regular cast originally consisted of Alan Alda as Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce and Wayne Rogers as John Francis Xavier "Trapper" McIntyre, two surgeons; McLean Stevenson as Lt. Colonel Henry Blake, a surgeon and the base commander; Loretta Swit as Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan, the head nurse; Larry Linville as Major Frank Burns, another surgeon; and Gary Burghoff as Corporal Walter "Radar" O'Reilly, the company clerk. Recurring characters in the first season consisted of John Orchard as Captain John "Ugly John" BlackTimothy Brown as Captain Oliver Harmon "Spearchucker" JonesWilliam Christopher as Father John Patrick Francis Mulcahy, the company chaplain (played by George Morgan in the pilot), and Jamie Farr as Corporal then Sergeant Maxwell Q. Klinger.

Cast changes[edit | edit source]

Several changes were made in the cast line up during the 11-year run. Ugly John and Spearchucker were dropped after the first season, while Klinger and Father Mulcahy were retained and became permanent cast members in, respectively, the fourth and fifth seasons. Wayne Rogers and McLean Stevenson both left the series at the end of the third season and were replaced in the fourth by, respectively, Mike Farrell as Captain B.J. Hunnicutt and Harry Morgan as Colonel Sherman T. Potter. Larry Linville would leave the series at the end of the fifth season and be replaced in the sixth season by David Ogden Stiers as Major Charles Emerson Winchester III.

Gary Burghoff left the series during the eighth season. Two recurring characters—Allan Arbus as Major Sidney Freedman, a psychiatrist (called Milton Freedman in his first appearance) and Edward Winter as Colonel Sam Flagg (a Lieutenant Colonel, before the fourth season), CIA—were introduced in the second season.


Episodes[edit | edit source]

The columns "Ep. #" and "# in Series" refer to the sequence of episodes as first broadcast. The tables show the broadcast order by default. Click on the header for the column "Prod. Code" to resort the episodes according to the production sequence.


Season 1 (1972-1973) 24 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 1 (M*A*S*H)


The show's first episode aired on CBS-TV Sunday at 8:00 pm September 17, 1972.

Season 1 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
1.01 1 "Pilot" J-301 September 17, 1972
1.02 2 "To Market, to Market" J-303 September 24, 1972
1.03 3 "Requiem for a Lightweight" J-308 October 1, 1972
1.04 4 "Chief Surgeon Who?" J-307 October 8, 1972
1.05 5 "The Moose" J-305 October 15, 1972
1.06 6 "Yankee Doodle Doctor" J-310 October 22, 1972
1.07 7 "Bananas, Crackers and Nuts" J-311 November 5, 1972
1.08 8 "Cowboy" J-309 November 12, 1972
1.09 9 "Henry, Please Come Home" J-302 November 19, 1972
1.10 10 "I Hate a Mystery" J-306 November 26, 1972
1.11 11 "Germ Warfare" J-304 December 10, 1972
1.12 12 Dear Dad" J-313 December 17, 1972
1.13 13 "Edwina" J-312 December 24, 1972
1.14 14 Love Story" J-314 January 7, 1973
1.15 15 "Tuttle" J-315 January 14, 1973
1.16 16 "The Ringbanger" J-316 January 21, 1973
1.17 17 "Sometimes You Hear The Bullet" J-318 January 28, 1973
1.18 18 "Dear Dad...Again" J-317 February 4, 1973
1.19 19 "The Long-John Flap" J-319 February 18, 1973
1.20 20 "The Army-Navy Game" J-322 February 25, 1973
1.21 21 "Sticky-Wicket" J-321 March 4, 1973
1.22 22 "Major Fred C. Dobbs" J-320 March 11, 1973
1.23 23 "Cease-Fire" J-323 March 18, 1973
1.24 24 "Showtime" J-324 March 25, 1973

Season 2 (1973-1974) 24 episodes[edit | edit source]

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The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Saturday at 8:30 pm September 15, 1973.

Season 2 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
2.01 25 "Divided We Stand" K-401 September 15, 1973
2.02 26 "5 O'Clock Charlie" K-403 September 22, 1973
2.03 27 "Radar's Report" K-402 September 29, 1973
2.04 28 "For The Good of the Outfit" K-404 October 6, 1973
2.05 29 "Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde" K-405 October 13, 1973
2.06 30 "Kim" K-407 October 20, 1973
2.07 31 "L.I.P." K-406 October 27, 1973
2.08 32 "The Trial of Henry Blake" K-408 November 3, 1973
2.09 33 "Dear Dad...Three" K-409 November 10, 1973
2.10 34 "The Sniper" K-410 November 17, 1973
2.11 35 "Carry On, Hawkeye" K-411 November 24, 1973
2.12 36 "The Incubator" K-412 December 1, 1973
2.13 37 "Deal Me Out" K-413 December 8, 1973
2.14 38 "Hot Lips and Empty Arms" K-414 December 15, 1973
2.15 39 "Officers Only" K-415 December 22, 1973
2.16 40 "Henry in Love" K-416 January 5, 1974
2.17 41 "For Want of a Boot" K-417 January 12, 1974
2.18 42 "Operation Noselift" K-418 January 19, 1974
2.19 43 "The Chosen People" K-419 January 26, 1974
2.20 44 "As You Were" K-420 February 2, 1974
2.21 45 "Crisis" K-421 February 9, 1974
2.22 46 "George" K-422 February 16, 1974
2-23 47 "Mail Call" K-423 February 23, 1974
2.24 48 "A Smattering of Intelligence" K-424 March 2, 1974

Season 3 (1974-1975) 24 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 3 (M*A*S*H)


The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Tuesday at 8:00 pm September 10, 1974.

Season 3 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
3.01 49 "The General Flipped at Dawn" B-308 September 10, 1974
3.02 50 "Rainbow Bridge" B-301 September 17, 1974
3.03 51 "Officer of the Day" B-307 September 24, 1974
3.04 52 "Iron Guts Kelly" B-304 October 1, 1974
3.05 53 "O.R." B-306 October 8, 1974
3.06 54 "Springtime" B-303 October 15, 1974
3.07 55 "Check-Up" B-312 October 22, 1974
3.08 56 "Life With Father" B-302 October 29, 1974
3.09 57 "Alcoholics Unanimous" B-314 November 12, 1974
3.10 58 "There is Nothing Like a Nurse" B-309 November 19, 1974
3.11 59 "Adam's Ribs" B-316 November 26, 1974
3.12 60 "A Full Rich Day" B-311 December 3, 1974
3.13 61 "Mad Dogs and Servicemen" B-317 December 10, 1974
3.14 62 "Private Charles Lamb" B-310 December 31, 1974
3.15 63 "Bombed" B-320 January 7, 1975
3.16 64 "Bulletin Board" B-323 January 14, 1975
3.17 65 "The Consultant" B-318 January 21, 1975
3.18 66 "House Arrest" B-315 February 4, 1975
3.19 67 "Aid Station" B-322 February 11, 1975
3.20 68 "Love and Marriage" B-321 February 18, 1975
3.21 69 "Big Mac" B-313 February 25, 1975
3.22 70 "Payday" B-305 March 4, 1975
3.23 71 "White Gold" B-319 March 11, 1975
3.24 72 "Abyssinia, Henry" B-324 March 18, 1975

Season 4 (1975-1976) 25 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 4 (M*A*S*H)

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Friday at 8:00 pm September 10, 1975.

Season 4 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
4-1/
4-2  
73/
74 
"Welcome to Korea" G-504/
G-506
September 12, 1975
4-3  75 "Change of Command" G-501 September 19, 1975
4-4  76 "It Happened One Night" G-502 September 26, 1975
4-5  77 "The Late Captain Pierce" G-507 October 3, 1975
4-6  78 "Hey, Doc" G-510 October 10, 1975
4-7  79  "The Bus" G-512 October 17, 1975
4-8  80   "Dear Mildred" G-512 October 24, 1975
4-9  81   "The Kids" G-511 October 31, 1975
4-10  82  "Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?" G-513 November 7, 1975
4-11  83 "Dear Peggy" G-509 November 14, 1975
4-12  84  "Of Moose and Men" G-503 November 21, 1975
4-13  85   "Soldier of the Month" G-514 November 28, 1975
4-14  86   "The Gun" G-517 December 2, 1975
4-15  87   "Mail Call...Again" G-518 December 9, 1975
4-16  88   "The Price of Tomato Juice" G-519 December 16, 1975
4-17  89  "Dear Ma" G-515 December 23, 1975
4-18  90 "Der Tag" G-522 January 6, 1976
4-19  91  "Hawkeye" G-520 January 13, 1976
4-20 92  "Some 38th Parallels" G-521 January 20, 1976
4-21  93   "The Novocaine Mutiny" G-523 January 27, 1976
4-22  94    "Smilin' Jack" G-508 February 3, 1976
4-23  95 "The More I See You" G-524 February 10, 1976
4-24  96 "Deluge" G-516 February 17, 1976
4-25  97 "The Interview" G-525 February 24, 1976

Season 5 (1976-1977) 25 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 5 (M*A*S*H)

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Tuesday at 9:00 pm September 21, 1976.

Season 5 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
5-1/2  98/99 "Bug Out" U-801 / U-802 September 21, 1976
5-3  100 "Margaret's Engagement" U-803 September 28, 1976
5-4 101 "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" U-806 October 5, 1976
5-5  102  "Lt. Radar O'Reilly" U-805 October 12, 1976
5-6  103 "The Nurses" U-809 October 19, 1976
5-7  104 "The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan" U-808 October 26, 1976
5-8  105 "Dear Sigmund" U-810 November 9, 1976
5-9  106 "Mulcahy's War" U-812 November 16, 1976
5-10 107 "The Korean Surgeon" U-814 November 23, 1976
5-11 108   "Hawkeye Get Your Gun" U-813 November 30, 1976
5-12  109 "The Colonel's Horse" U-811 December 7, 1976
5-13  110 "Exorcism" U-815 December 14, 1976
5-14  111 "Hawk's Nightmare" U-804 December 21, 1976
5-15  112 "The Most Unforgettable Characters" U-818 January 4, 1977
5-16  113 "38 Across" U-821 January 11, 1977
5-17  114 "Ping Pong" U-817 January 18, 1977
5-18  115 "End Run" U-816 January 25, 1977
5-19  116 "Hanky Panky" U-822 February 1, 1977
5-20  117 "Hepatitis" U-823 February 8, 1977
5-21 118  "The General's Practitioner" U-807 February 15, 1977
5-22  119 "Movie Tonight" U-824 February 22, 1977
5-23  120 "Souvenirs" U-819 March 1, 1977
5-24  121 "Post Op" U-825 March 8 1977
5-25  122 "Margaret's Marriage" U-820 March 18, 1977

Season 6 (1977-1978) 25 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 6 (M*A*S*H)

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Tuesd]ay at 9:00 pm September 20, 1977.

Season 6 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
6-1/2  123/124  "Fade Out, Fade In" Y-101 September 20, 1977
6-3  125 "Fallen Idol" Y-102 September 27, 1977
6-4  126 "Last Laugh" Y-104 October 4, 1977
6-5  127 "War of Nerves" Y-106 October 11, 1977
6-6 128  "The Winchester Tapes" Y-107 October 18, 1077
6-7  129)  "The Light That Failed" Y-108 October 25, 1977
6-8  130  "In Love and War" Y-112 November 1, 1977
6-9  131 "Change Day" Y-113 November 8, 1977
6-10  132 "Images" Y-105 November 15, 1977
6-11  133 "The M*A*S*H Olympics" Y-111 November 22, 1977
6-12  134 "The Grim Reaper" Y-110 November 29, 1977
6-13 135) "Comrades in Arms: Part 1" Y-116 December 6, 1977
6-14  136 "Comrades in Arms: Part 2" Y-117 December 13, 1977
6-15  137 "The Merchant of Korea" Y-118 December 20, 1977
6-16  138 "The Smell of Music Y-115 January 3, 1978
6-17  139 "Patent 4077" Y-114 January 10, 1978
6-18  140 "Tea and Empathy" Y-109 January 17, 1978
6-19  141 "Your Hit Parade" Y-124 January 24, 1978
6-20 142 "What's Up, Doc?" Y-119 January 30, 1978
6-21  143 "Mail Call Three" Y-121 February 6, 1978
6-22  144 "Temporary Duty" Y-125 February 13, 1978
6-23  145 "Potter's Retirement" Y-120 February 20, 1978
6-24  146  "Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde" Y-122 February 20, 1978
6-25  147 "Major Topper" Y-123 March 27, 1978

Season 7 (1978-1979) 26 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 7 (M*A*S*H)

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Monday at 9:00 pm September 18, 1978.

Season 7 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
7-1 148  "Commander Pierce" T-404 September 18, 1978
7-2  149 "Peace on Us" T-401 September 25, 1978
7-3  150  "Lil" T-406 October 2, 1978
7-4/5  151/152  "Our Finest Hour" T-408, T-409 October 9, 1978
7-6  153 "The Billfold Syndrome" T-405 October 16, 1978
7-7 154 "None Like it Hot" T-410 October 23, 1978
7-8  155)  "They Call the Wind Korea" T-407 October 30, 1978
7-9  156 "Major Ego" T-412 November 6, 1978
7-10  157  "Baby, It's Cold Outside" T-403 November 13, 1978
7-11 158 "Point of View" T-415 November 20, 1978
7-12  159) "Dear Comrade" T-413 November 27, 1978
7-13  160 "Out of Gas" T-411 December 4, 1978
7-14  161 "An Eye for a Tooth" T-414 December 11, 1978
7-15  162 "Dear Sis" T-417 December 18, 1978
7-16  163 "B.J. Papa San" T-402 January 1, 1979
7-17  164 "Inga" T-420 January 8, 1979
7-18  165 "The Price" T-418 November 15, 1979
7-19  166 "The Young and the Restless" T-421 November 22, 1979
7-20 167 "Hot Lips is Back in Town" T-419 January 29, 1079
7-21  168 "C*A*V*E" T-423 February 5, 1979
7-22  169 "Rally Round the Flagg, Boys" T-425 February 14, 1979
7-23  170 "Preventative Medicine" T-416 February 19, 1979
7-24  171 "A Night at Rosie's" T-426 February 26, 1979
7-25  172 "Ain't Love Grand?" T-422 March 5, 1979
7-26  173 "The Party" T-424 March 12, 1979

Season 8 (1979-1980) 25 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 8 (M*A*S*H)

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Monday at 9:00 pm September 17, 1979.

Season 8 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
8-1  174 "Too Many Cooks" S-601 September 17, 1979
8-2  175  "Are You Now, Margaret?" S-602 September 24, 1979
8-3  176 "Guerilla My Dreams" S-603 October 1, 1979
8-4  177 "Good-Bye Radar: Part 1" S-610 October 8, 1979
8-5  178 "Good-Bye Radar: Part 2" S-611 October 15, 1979
8-6  179 "Period of Adjustment" S-604 October 22, 1979
8-7  180 "Nurse Doctor" S-608 October 29, 1979
8-8  181 "Private Finance" S-605 November 5, 1979
8-9  182 "Mr. and Mrs. Who?" S-606 November 12, 1979
8-10  183 "The Yalu Brick Road" S-607 November 19, 1979
8-11  184 "Life Time" S-609 November 26, 1979
8-12  185 "Dear Uncle Abdul" S-613 December 3, 1979
8-13  186 "Captains Outrageous" S-614 December 10, 1979
8-14  187 "Stars and Stripes" S-615 December 17, 1979
8-15 188 "Yessir, That's Our Baby" S-617 December 31, 1979
8-16  189 "Bottle Fatigue" S-618 January 7, 1980
8-17  190 "Heal Thyself" S-616 January 14, 1980
8-18  191 "Old Soldiers" S-620 January 21, 1980
8-19  192 "Morale Victory" S-621 January 28, 1980
8-20  193 "Lend a Hand" S-619 February 4, 1980
8-21  194 "Goodbye, Cruel World" S-622 February 11, 1980
8-22  195 "Dreams" S-612 February 18, 1980
8-23  196 "War Co-Respondent" S-624 March 3, 1980
8-24  197) "Back Pay" S-625 March 10, 1980
8-25  198 "April Fools" S-623 March 24, 1980

Season 9 (1980-1981) 20 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 9 (M*A*S*H)

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Monday at 9:00 pm September 17, 1980.

Season 9 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
9-1  199 "The Best of Enemies Z-404 November 17, 1980
9-2  200 "Letters" Z-403 November 24, 1980
9-3  201 "Cementing Relationships" Z-401 December 1, 1980
9-4  202 "Father's Day" Z-405 December 8, 1980
9-5  203 "Death Takes a Holiday" Z-408 December 15, 1980
9-6  204 "A War for All Seasons" Z-409 December 29, 1980
9-7  205 "Your Retention, Please" Z-406 January 5, 1981
9-8 206 "Tell It to the Marines" Z-410 January 12, 1981
9-9 207 "Taking the Fifth" Z-407 January 19, 1981
9-10  208 "Operation Friendship" Z-412 January 26, 1981
9-11  209 "No Sweat" Z-402 February 2, 1981
9-12  210 "Depressing News" Z-411 February 9, 1981
9-13  211 "No Laughing Matter" Z-413 February 16, 1981
9-14  212 "Oh, How We Danced" Z-414 February 23, 1981
9-15  213 "Bottoms Up" Z-415 March 2, 1981
9-16  214 "The Red/White Blues" Z-416 March 9, 1981
9-17  215 "Bless You, Hawkeye" Z-417 March 16, 1981
9-18  216 "Blood Brothers" Z-421 April 6, 1981
9-19  217 "The Foresight Saga" Z-422 April 13, 1981
9-20  218 "The Life You Save" Z-418 May 4, 1981

Season 10 (1981-1982) 22 episodes[edit | edit source]

See also main article: Season 10 (M*A*S*H)

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Monday at 9:00 pm October 26, 1981.

Season 10 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
10-1/2  219/220 "That's Show Biz" Z-419, Z-420 October 26, 1981
10-3  221 "Identity Crisis" Z-423 November 2, 1981
10-4  222 "Rumor at the Top" Z-424 November 9, 1981
10-5  223 "Give 'Em Hell, Hawkeye" 1-G01 November 16, 1981
10-6  224 "Wheelers and Dealers" 1-G02 November 23, 1981
10-7  225 "Communication Breakdown" 1-G03 November 30, 1981
10-8  226 "Snap Judgment" 1-G04 December 7, 1981
10-9  227 "Snappier Judgment" 1-G05 December 14, 1981
10-10  228 "‘Twas the Day After Christmas" 1-G06 December 28, 1981
10-11  229 "Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead" 1-G07 January 4, 1982
10-12  230 "The Birthday Girls" 1-G08 January 11, 1982
10-13  231 "Blood and Guts" 1-G09 January 18, 1982
10-14  232 "A Holy Mess" 1-G10 February 1, 1982
10-15 233 "The Tooth Shall Set You Free" 1-G11 February 8, 1982
10-16  234 "Pressure Points" 1-G12 February 15, 1982
10-17 235 "Where There's a Will, There's a War" 1-G13 February 22, 1982
10-18  236 "Promotion Commotion" 1-G14 March 1, 1982
10-19  237 "Heroes" 1-G15 March 15, 1982
10-20  238 "Sons and Bowlers" 1-G16 April 22, 1982
10-21 239 "Picture This" 1-G17 April 5, 1982
10-22  240 "That Darn Kid" 1-G19 April 12, 1982

Season 11 (1982-1983) 16 episodes[edit | edit source]

The season's first episode aired on CBS-TV Monday at 9:00 pm October 25, 1982.

Season 11 episodes
Ep. # # in Series Title Production Code First Aired
11-1 241  "Hey, Look Me Over" 1-G21 October 25, 1982
11-2  242 "Trick or Treatment" 9-B01 November 1, 1982
11-3  243  "Foreign Affairs" 1-G22 November 8, 1982
11-4  244   "The Joker is Wild" 1-G24 November 15, 1982
11-5  245 "Who Knew?" 1-G18 November 22, 1982
11-6  246   "Bombshells" 9-B02 November 29, 1982
11-7  247   "Settling Debts" 1-G23 December 6, 1982
11-8 248  "The Moon is Not Blue" 1-G20 December 13, 1982
11-9 249  "Run for the Money" 9-B03 December 20, 1982
11-10  250 "U.N., the Night and the Music" 9-B06 January 3, 1983
11-11  251 "Strange Bedfellows" 9-B05 January 10, 1983
11-12  252 "Say No More" 9-B07 January 24, 1983
11-13  253   "Friends and Enemies" 9-B05 February 7, 1983
11-14  254  "Give and Take" 9-B09 February 14, 1983
11-15  255 "As Time Goes By" 9-B10 February 21, 1983
11-16  256  "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" 9-B04 February 28, 1083
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