M*A*S*H

Season 2 Episode 22

George

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Aired Unknown Feb 16, 1974 on CBS
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Burns tries to slap a dishonorable discharge on a decorated soldier who admits to being a homosexual, Private Weston.

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Gary Burghoff

Gary Burghoff

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

Larry Linville

Larry Linville

Major Franklin Delano Marion Burns (Season 1-5)

Loretta Swit

Loretta Swit

Major Margaret J. "Hot Lips" Houlihan

McLean Stevenson

McLean Stevenson

Lt. Colonel Henry Braymore Blake (Season 1-3)

Alan Alda

Alan Alda

Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce

Wayne Rogers

Wayne Rogers

Captain John Francis Xavier "Trapper" McIntyre (Season 1-3)

Richard Ely

Richard Ely

Pt. George Weston

Guest Star

George Simmons

George Simmons

Simmons

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Patricia Stevens

Patricia Stevens

Nurse Stevens

Recurring Role

Bobbie Mitchell

Bobbie Mitchell

Nurse Mitchell

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • QUOTES (7)

    • (Hawkeye and Trapper watching Frank and Hot Lips.)
      Trapper: I'll never understand what those two see in each other.
      Hawkeye: Luckily, they don't see it in anybody else.

    • (in the mess tent)
      Frank: (to Radar) You're an enlisted man, Corporal. This is an officer's mess. Do you read me?
      Hawkeye: If it'll help, I'll make him an officer.
      Radar: Gee, would you?

    • Weston: Two guys have got beat up from my outfit. One colored, and, uh...one homosexual.
      Hawkeye: So you're a Negro? Who'd have guessed?

    • (in the OR, Trapper is singing 'I've Got You Under My Skin')
      Trapper: And repeats and repeats in my ear...
      Frank: Will you shut up?!
      Trapper: Don't you know little fool, you never can win...

    • Trapper: Could you become a priest? Remain celibate?
      Hawkeye: Only if they had me quick-frozen.

    • (in Henry's office, as Radar gives Henry his monthly physical)
      Frank: (talking about Weston) He's not one of us. He's one of them.
      Henry: Who are them, Frank, that's not one of us?
      Frank: He's not a man.
      Henry: A woman, Frank? There's no woman in post-op, you know that.
      Frank: Sir, a non-heterosexual!
      Henry: (cleary annoyed) Frank, why are you...(taking thermometer out of his mouth) Frank, why are you telling me this? Has the man made a pass at you? At me, at anyone?
      Radar: Give me your hand, sir. (takes Henry's pulse)
      Frank: Well, I felt it was my duty. As a surgeon and an officer, I'm obliged to report any man who may jeopardize his unit.
      Henry: Well, you just never know, do you?

    • (talking about Weston)
      Frank: The man is not not normal!
      Hawkeye: What's normal, Frank?
      Frank: Normal is everybody doing the same thing.
      Trapper: What about individuality?
      Frank: Well, individuality's fine--as long as we all do it together.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Mulcahy: How's it going?
      Hawkeye: On the whole, I'd rather be in Philadelphia.

      Hawkeye is referring to W.C. Fields. In a Vanity Fair article in the 1920's, a number of well-known people were asked what they would want for their epitaphs. Fields' famous and oft-misquoted contribution was: "Here lies W.C. Fields. I would rather be living in Philadelphia."

      (His actual tombstone only has his name and dates.)

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