Haqwkeye: We're all a bunch of pediatricians. All except you, Frank.
Frank: Oh? And what am I? Well?
Hawkeye: Don't rush me. I'm still working on it.
(Frank bumps into Margaret)
Magaret: Tsk. Clumsy oaf.
Hawkeye: And no prompting from the studio audience, please.
Sidney: You dream to escape, but the war invades your dream and you wake up screaming. The dream is peaceful. Reality is the nightmare.
Margaret: That dream could have been a warning. A premonition.
Hawkeye: I don't believe in that stuff.
Margaret: Some people have extra-sensory perception.
Hawkeye: I knew you were going to say that.
Hawkeye: You know, Klinger, you're not just another pretty face. (pause) You're definitely not just another pretty face.
(Klinger and Radar watch Sidney play a game of imaginary basketball with Hawkeye)
Klinger: Is it any wonder I can't get a Section Eight? In this outfit, you wanna be crazy you gotta stand in line.
Hawkeye: It's one thing to live in a shooting gallery, but now I'm being attacked from inside. I'm afraid to lie down in my sack, I'm afraid to close my eyes. How do I defend myself from myself?
Hawkeye: (with hand under shirt like Napoleon) Mais oui, Josephine, I am as sane as you.
During this season, Patricia Stevens (Nurse) did double duty as the voice of Velma Dinkley for Hanna-Barbera's The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (ABC, 1976-77).