Season 2 Episode 35

October 31, 1975

Aired Weekdays 3:30 PM Oct 31, 1975 on

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  • A must-see for any fan of the classic show M*A*S*H. The cast joked hilariously with each other and with Dinah Shore throughout. Out-takes from 1975 season were screened. Loretta Swit told how the cast called these out-takes "MISH MASH".

    There was a musical performance by Gary Burghoff singing "One for my baby and one more for the road." The cast had a running gag about knocking on each other's trailer doors and yelling "Have you got a woman in there?" Alan Alda confessed to an appetite for spicy food especially sechzuen style dishes. He sang the song parody "When you're dancing and you're dangerously near me, I ask you please, take off your skis." Larry Linville told how he got a lot of fan mail acknowledging that he must be a skilful actor to play such an unsympathetic character as Frank Burns. Out-takes from the episode "Hey, Doc" showed Loretta Swit flubbing her lines when gushing over a tank driving Colonel. The out-take shows her trying repeatedly to say the line: "Oh it must be very exciting driving around in one of those massive machines with that big cannon just going through everything in front of you." Harry Morgan had repeated difficulty with the word "streptomycin" and Mike Farrell had difficulty with a line about a swiped microscope. This episode of "Dinah" should be replayed rather than languishing in a video archive.