Season 11 Episode 5

Who Knew?

Aired Unknown Nov 22, 1982 on CBS



  • Trivia

    • At the end of this episode Klinger wants to "invent" the Frisbee, but the Korean War started in 1950 and the Frisbee was invented by in 1948, by Walter Fredrick Morrison, so there is no way he could have cornered the market on it.

    • Klinger tries to get Charles to invest in hula-hoops, which are apparently brand new, but Klinger mentions them back in Season 5's "Dear Sigmund".

  • Quotes

    • Col. Potter: The best damn cartoon strip in the world is 'Li'l Abner.'
      Winchester: That is roughly comparable to being the finest ballerina in all of Galveston.

    • Hawkeye: We thought she was kind of distant, unfriendly. In fact, she had a kind of awe for us, for having done our jobs so well for so long. She would have told us that, but she couldn't. She was too shy to express her deepest feelings, so she wrote them in her diary... It's too late for Milly to change, and that's sad. Maybe we can all take a page from her diary to remind us of what we all need to learn... To all the people here I have sweated and endured with, ... you're very important to me. I hope in the future I do a better job of letting you know it. I love every one of you.

  • Notes

    • This episode probably shows that the series is winding down more that anything as Hawkeye tells everyone, including his closest friends how much they mean to him. It also gives a partial sense of closure as this could be even seen as a memorial service for M*A*S*H itself.

    • A welcome return for Enid Kent, who reprises her role as Lt. Bigelow.

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