M*A*S*H

Post Op

Season 5, Ep 23, Aired 3/8/77
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  • Episode Description
  • In the midst of a deluge of patients and their individual medical histories, the 4077th is out of blood. Everyone in camp is donating at 48-hour intervals when a truckload of Turkish soldiers arrives to offer their blood and save the day.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Alan Alda

    Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce

  • Mike Farrell

    Captain BJ Hunnicut

  • Harry Morgan

    Colonel Sherman T. Potter

  • Loretta Swit

    Major Margaret J. "Hot Lips" Houlihan

  • Larry Linville

    Major Franklin Delano Marion Burns

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Frank: Pierce, do you always have to talk while you work?
      Hawkeye: You're right, Frank. Nurse, from now on I'll blink my left eye for a clamp, my right eye for a sponge, and when I wiggle my ears, that means meet me under a jeep in half an hour.
      Frank: Yuck, yuck, yuckety yuck.

    • Potter: Sergeant, I've told everyone else, I'll tell you. The 4077th is out of blood! We're squeezin' turnips here! All my personnel have donated at least twice, and Dracula couldn't find a quick snack around these parts!

    • Moody: When I was a kid, I was fighting all the time when somebody put me down 'cause I believed 'em. Those guys surprised me last night. But they're not gonna get me next time 'cause I got something guys like that will never have: self-respect.

    Notes (1)

    • Neither Radar or Mulcahy appear in this episode.

    Trivia (1)

    • A soldier arrives at the camp and introduces himself as Sergeant Attias of the Turkish Brigade, but he is wearing a corporal's uniform.

    Allusions (1)

    • Gilbert Roland:
      After Cpl. Robello has his mustache shaved off, Klinger says that he doesn't have to look like Gilbert Roland anymore. He was a Mexican-born actor who worked in both English and Spanish movies beginning in the 1920's.

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