Season 7 Episode 9

Baby, it's Cold Outside

Aired Unknown Nov 13, 1978 on CBS



  • Quotes

    • (After PA has given warm temperatures in different regions)
      Hawkeye: And closer to home we can expect a warming trend, our midday temperatures reaching puberty levels, 14 to 16.
      (Hawkeye and BJ move around, trying to get a closer space to the heater)
      BJ: I'm not in your way?
      Hawkeye: No.
      BJ: I'd like to be.
      (They continue to fight for possition, then they both look over at Charles, who is seemingly unaffected by the cold weather)
      Hawkeye: There's a dead log I'd like to throw in the fire. Charles, how come you're not freezing like the rest of us?
      Charles: Because I have your suffering to keep me warm.
      BJ: He's got to be cold, he's just doing the warm act to spite us.
      Charles: Gentlemen, I am not unaffected by this, but I refuse to huddle around a stove like you two cringing pack wolves.
      Hawkeye: Pack wolves? I've never been more insulted.
      (Hawkeye and BJ then start to growl like wolves at Charles)