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Yet Hawkeye isnt the only one feeling the pressures of war. BJ nearly drives himself to exhaustion trying to help a poor Korean family, Father Mulcahy almost gets himself killed trying to get a promotion, Charles falls in love with a working girl at Rosies Bar, and Margarets divorce is finally made official. Its all part of life during wartime.
Unlike Larry Linville's one-note Major Burns, David Ogden Stiers found new notes to play as Charles Emerson Winchester III. His character remains, as Hawkeye observes, "pompous, arrogant, conceited, and a total bore." But he's also "all right" in three of his finest half-hours: "Major Ego," in which he lets a magazine profile go to his swelled head; "Rally Round the Flagg, Boys," in which he outwits camp nemesis Colonel Flagg; and "Ain't Love Grand," in which he falls for a Korean girl he meets at Rosie's Bar (the setting for another essential episode, "A Night at Rosie's," in which the company seeks refuge from the war). The seven-year itch got to Gary Burghoff, who would depart the series in season 8. Episodes such as "Hot Lips Is Back in Town," in which Radar sweetly woos a new nurse, demonstrate why he would be keenly missed. The two-part "Our Finest Hour" is anything but. It is a rehash of the season 4 classic, "The Interview," that serves as a clip episode. This is a rare misstep in another satisfying season that did this series proud. --Donald Liebenson
I ordered MASH Season 7 on the February 12th and Fed Ex Delivered it and left it on my porch knowing I have a Dog and it was destroyed. Is there anything you can do. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Bobbi Jo
Discs work great, nice organization, and there is minimal "preview junk." I've picked up all 11 seasons in this format and after multiple viewings have no issues with any... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dont Need Cable
Was a gift for my brother in law who was stationed in Korea in the 60's.Published 2 months ago by Charleene E. Wallace