M*A*S*H

Season 7 Episode 14

Dear Sis

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Aired Unknown Dec 18, 1978 on CBS
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Dear Sis
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Father Mulcahy writes a pre-Christmas letter to his sister, who is a nun. He recounts his frustrations at not being more effective at the 4077th.

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Alan Alda

Alan Alda

Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce

David Ogden Stiers

David Ogden Stiers

Major Charles Emerson Winchester III (Season 6-11)

Gary Burghoff

Gary Burghoff

Corporal Walter Eugene "Radar" O'Reilly (Season 1-8)

Harry Morgan

Harry Morgan

Colonel Sherman T. Potter (Season 4-11)

Jamie Farr

Jamie Farr

Corporal/Sergeant Maxwell Q. Klinger

Loretta Swit

Loretta Swit

Major Margaret J. "Hot Lips" Houlihan

Lawrason Driscoll

Lawrason Driscoll

Lt. Forrester

Guest Star

Patrick Driscoll

Patrick Driscoll

Patient

Guest Star

W. Perron Page

W. Perron Page

Driver

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Jo Ann Thompson

Jo Ann Thompson

Nurse

Recurring Role

Kellye Nakahara

Kellye Nakahara

Kellye

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Jeff Maxwell

Jeff Maxwell

Igor

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Father Mulcahy: It doesn't matter whether you feel useful or not when you're moving from one disaster to another. The trick, I guess, is to just keep moving.

    • Charles: You know, I never had much use for men of the cloth. They're so religious. Especially that Irish crowd in Boston. But you're different, Father. You are a credit to, uh, your kind of person.
      Father Mulcahy: Thank you, Major. I'll take that as a compliment.
      Charles: Of course you will. That's how I meant it.

    • Hawkeye: (speaking to those attending a party) Ladies and gentlemen, if you'll raise your eggnog, I'd like to propose a toast. To someone who's too modest, too utterly simple a man to know how much strength he gives us just by the decency of his life among us - Father John Patrick Francis Mulcahy.

    • Charles: (to Father Mulcahy) You saved me, Father. You lowered a bucket into the well of my despair, and you raised me up to the light of day. I thank you for that.

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