Season 1 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 24
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 24
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
M*A*S*H Season 1 (1972-1973)
|1x01 M*A*S*H - The Pilot |
At the 4077th MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) in Korea, doctors "Hawkeye" Pierce and "Trapper" John McIntyre are ecstatic when they receive news that Ho-John, their Korean house ...
|Sep. 17, 1972|
|1x02 To Market, to Market |
After the 4077th's supply of hydrocortisone is stolen by black marketers, Hawkeye and Trapper arrange a deal with a local black marketer to get some more. However, Hawkeye and Trapper ...
|Sep. 24, 1972|
|1x03 Requiem for a Lightweight |
Trapper and Hawkeye try to stop a nurse from getting transferred. Henry makes Trapper fight a commander in a boxing tournament in exchange for the nurse being able to stay at the 4077th. ...
|Oct. 01, 1972|
|1x04 Chief Surgeon Who? |
Burns is shocked when Hawkeye is chosen by Henry as the new chief surgeon. After Frank and Hot Lips complain about Hawkeye's promotion to General Baker, the General decides to pay the ...
|Oct. 08, 1972|
|1x05 The Moose |
Hawkeye wins a servant in a poker game from a soldier with the intention of setting her free. After days of retraining Young Hi to be independent, she returns back to the Swamp.
|Oct. 15, 1972|
|1x06 Yankee Doodle Doctor |
The Army requests that the unit create a film of their daily duties to show the civilians back at home. But when Haweye and Trapper find out the script is mostly propaganda, they sabotage ...
|Oct. 22, 1972|
|1x07 Bananas, Crackers and Nuts |
While Henry is away at a conference, Frank denies Hawkeye's R&R papers. Hawk creates a scheme in which he pretends he is suffering from exhaustion and is going crazy.
|Nov. 05, 1972|
|1x08 Cowboy |
A chopper pilot known as the Cowboy holds Henry responsible for his broken marriage by not letting him go home to patch things up. His revenge starts as a sniper taking shots at the ...
|Nov. 12, 1972|
|1x09 Henry, Please Come Home |
Hawk and Trapper devise a plan to get Henry to return to the 4077th after he gets a transfer to Tokyo as an administrator. The scheme includes Radar feigning an illness, knowing Henry ...
|Nov. 19, 1972|
|1x10 I Hate A Mystery |
A rash of missing items from the camp leads to a full tent to tent investigation. But Hawkeye is made the prime suspect when his trunk is opened, filled with the missing doodads.
|Nov. 26, 1972|
|1x11 Germ Warfare |
In need for a rare type of blood, Hawkeye and Trapper steal a pint from hard-sleeping Frank. But when a test is performed on the blood it reveals that Frank has infectious Hepatitis. ...
|Dec. 10, 1972|
|1x12 Dear Dad |
Hawk's holiday letter to his father gives a look at the recent happenings at the camp. Among the highlights is Klinger threatening to kill Frank with a grenade after he makes him break ...
|Dec. 17, 1972|
|1x13 Edwina |
The nurses of the 4077th refuse to 'service' the doctors until one of them goes on a date with a klutzy nurse named Edwina. A lottery determines Hawkeye as the "winner" and is in store ...
|Dec. 24, 1972|
|1x14 Love Story |
A Dear John record from home has Radar in the dumps. With help from Hawk and Trapper, they school Radar on how to act around a woman, and the nurse of his choice is a recent transfer ...
|Jan. 07, 1973|
|1x15 Tuttle |
Hawkeye and Trapper invent a doctor, Capt. Jonathon Tuttle, and donate all his earnings to Sister Theresa's orphanage. But when a General hears of the Captain's generosity, he insists ...
|Jan. 14, 1973|
|1x16 The Ringbanger |
Colonel Buzz Maxwell, a soldier with a reputation of having the highest casualty rate, makes a visit to the 4077th. When Hawkeye and Trapper hear of his plans to take a hill despite ...
|Jan. 21, 1973|
|1x17 Sometimes You Hear the Bullet |
An underage soldier, Wendell Peterson, arrives wounded at the 4077th, and Hawkeye agrees to let him go back in combat after hearing his reason why he joined the Marines. But after a ...
|Jan. 28, 1973|
|1x18 Dear Dad, Again |
Another letter home to Hawkeye's father reveals all the latest gossip, including a doctor who is a phony, Hawk's bet that he can walk around naked throughout the 4077th and it would ...
|Feb. 04, 1973|
|1x19 The Long-John Flap |
A pair of long-johns sent to Hawkeye from his father makes its way from person to person throughout the camp. From Trapper's feign illness, Radar's luck at the poker table, the cook's ...
|Feb. 17, 1973|
|1x20 The Army-Navy Game |
An unexploded bomb in the compound interrupts the annual broadcast of the Army-Navy football game. It's left up to Trapper and Hawk to work their surgical skills on the shell and defuse ...
|Feb. 25, 1973|
|1x21 Sticky Wicket |
Hawkeye has once again discredited Frank's ability as a surgeon, but this time the shoe is on the other foot when Hawk's patient isn't recovering as he should. A perplexed Hawk moves ...
|Mar. 04, 1973|
|1x22 Major Fred C. Dobbs |
Hawk and Trapper's constant demeaning of Frank has led to he and Margret requesting an immediate transfer. But this time Colonel Blake is not amused and holds them both responsible ...
|Mar. 11, 1973|
|1x23 Cease-Fire |
General Clayton calls to say that a cease-fire will be declared, much to the delight of the camp. But Trapper refuses to celebrate, insisting he has seen this before and that the truce ...
|Mar. 18, 1973|
|1x24 Showtime |
While a group stops to entertain the 4077th, Captain Kaplan awaits his trip home from the war but is paranoid that something will happen that delays his trip. Also, Henry awaits word ...
|Mar. 25, 1973|
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Season 1 Characters
Season 1 Videos[none added]
Season 1 Quotes
|Season 1 / Episode 3: - Requiem for a Lightweight|
Trapper: If you won't help us, we'll tell everyone your brother's in prison!
Henry Blake: My brother is the warden!
Hawkeye: We won't say that part!
|Season 1 / Episode 12: - Dear Dad|
Henry Blake: [stammering] Uh, now, uh, the, uh, [clears throat] excuse me, uh, the, uh, union of, uh, figure A, man, and, uh, figure B, uh, the, uh, woman...
Henry Blake: ...is the most s-sublime expression of, uh, romantic love. However, only in the institution of marriage is it recommended that this expression take place.
Trapper: Uh, sir?
Henry Blake: Mm-hmm?
Trapper: Um, what happens in the event that, um, figure A is attracted to figure B and wants to get married, but figure A is already married to, say, figure C, and figure B is engaged to figure D, but figure A can't keep his hands off of figure B because she's got such a great figure?
Henry Blake: Uh-huh. Uh, well, according to the army, he's got to forget her.
Hawkeye: That figures.
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