Margaret comments irritably to some reporters that they have a Post-Op full of wounded soldiers whose heroics are being ignored. A short time later, when the end is near for Cavanaugh, there is not a single wounded soldier in Post-Op. Nor has there been any indication that the wounded had been moved out.
Major Hatch: He'll be here for about five hours. That'll give him just enough time to shake hands with your wounded. You do have wounded?
Hawkeye: Oh, sure. We have them custom-made in a factory in North Korea.
Klinger: Which memo?
Major Hatch: About the champ's tour. It came from General Wilberforce. Instructs all units to give the champ anything he wants.
Colonel Potter: I hope you brought a copy with you. Half the memos sent here get classified "missing in action".
Gentleman Joe Cavanaugh: By the way, we're proud of you folks too. You're doing a bang-up job.
Hawkeye: While they keep getting banged up, we'll keep doing our job.
Margaret: Father, why are you defending that pug? I mean, his only claim to fame is that he beat up people to a pulp.
Mulcahy: Oh, yeah? Well, I heard that Florence Nightingale messed around!
Blevik: Dan Blevik, Ohio Newsday.
Hawkeye: Hawkeye Pierce, Korea every day.