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As the eighth season opens, Radar receives a letter from home proving war is not the only place where death strikes unexpectedly. The news quickly has Radar shipping stateside, followed by a period of adjustment as everyone tries to get used to a nervous and bumbling Klinger being in charge as company clerk. Things go from bad to worse as both Colonel Potter and Charles have to be quarantined with mumps. Then Hawkeye decides to stop drinking after receiving a bar bill so big that he's shocked into realizing, "I could have bought a used Studebaker for this!"

Aside from incoming wounded, the 4077 is besieged by congressional aides, doctors demonstrating new techniques, inspecting colonels and a return visit from psychiatrist Sidney Freedman. Now if only everyone would just go away so the docs could get some sleep!


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  • Actors: Alan Alda, Mike Farrell, David Ogden Stiers, Gary Burghoff, Jamie Farr
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Mono), French (Mono), Spanish (Mono)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: November 11, 2008
  • Run Time: 638 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DMVZM6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,491 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Z. Jackson on March 8, 2009
This is the season we see a big change with Corporal Radar O' Riley leaving the show. It just never seems the same without him. However the cast carrys on to what is another great season. This season includes the following episodes:

Too Many Cooks
The 4077th pays host to Pvt. Paul "Look Out Below" Conway, the clumsiest man in the army. Though Conway is a total loss as a soldier, he turns out to be a brilliant gourmet chef, which is why the doctors and nurses are bending over backward to keep him in camp. Meanwhile, Col. Potter wrestles with a profoundly personal problem.

Private Finance
Klinger offers money to an impoverished South Korean girl. The girl's mother misunderstands, and before long Klinger is accused of despoiling the young woman. While all this is transpiring, Hawkeye is having his own problems trying to keep a promise made to a dying patient.

Yessir, That's Our Baby
A wartime fling between an American GI and a Korean woman has resulted in an abandoned infant. The gang at the 4077th realize that the baby will be shunned by the Koreans for being "mixed." Thus it is that the M*A*S*H gang dedicates itself to the difficult task of finding a good and loving home for the little castaway.

Stars and Stripes
Margaret wonders if she should renew her battlefiled romance with scrappy soldier Jack Scully, especially since he's been busted to Private for punching out an officer. On another front, B.J. and Charles are asked to collaborate on a medical-journal article describing a recent life-saving operation.

Captain's Outrageous
Will Father Mulcahy finally get the promotion that has so long been denied him? Though sympathetic to Mulcahy's plight, the doctors of the 4077th have got problems of their own.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Plummer on October 15, 2009
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I've probably seen most of the entire series, however I've now gone through 1-9 over the past year and a half. Season 8 is certainly another excellent season of MASH, however I have been noticing it's maturity and the difference in the series since it's earlier season's. Bottom line, Season 8 will not disappoint, however you may notice what I have: the changes, with the loss and addition of several actors/characters.

Perhaps moreso in Season 9, but I'm noticing much more 'friendliness' amongst the characters and the way they interact. As opposed to the good clean fun and practical jokes they would play on one another. They say the first one(s) are usually better than the sequal(s). While I don't necessarily think the later season's are 'worse' by any means, I am seeing the maturity in the series as it progressed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By By CJs Pirate on June 19, 2014
Season 8 of M*A*S*H has everything Season 7 offered with the addition, or shall we say deletion of on CPL Walter "Radar" O'Reilly. After 8 sessons of honorable service to the U.S. Army's 4977th, Radar catches a flight back to the cornfields of Iowa. So long, Radar, you and your Teddy Bear will be missed.

With Radar's departure, CPL Max Klinger steps up to be COL Potter's office pogey. Will the 4077 manage? Considering Klinger is a #1 comshaw artist, you can be sure they'll not need for want.
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Season 8 is worth buying for the "Dreams" episode alone. Probably inspired by "Kurosawa's Dreams," this is the finest piece of surrealist film I have seen since that film. I don't remember any laugh track on this episode, this is deadly serious film-making. The first and most intense dream is Margaret's. I will try to avoid spoilers. It starts out innocently enough with Margaret dreaming of the happiest day of her life, but the war intervenes in a horrifying and surrealistic way. Your final image of Margaret's dream will be something you never, ever forget once you have seen it. Winchester's dream is unforgettable as well. He dreams of his reputation as a magician in the operating room, but sometimes the tricks fail you. Klinger's dream is pure Twilight Zone material. He dreams of going home, but home isn't what he remembers. Hawkeye's dream is intense and horrifying and has Winchester for company. He finds himself floating in a lake of his own perceived failures. Colonel Potter is exhausted and falls asleep at his desk. His dream is the most innocent of the bunch. He finds himself dreaming of the simpler time of his boyhood before World War I. Father Mulcahy's dream chides him for his own dreams of advancement. There's an image of a Bible that is unforgettable.

The only laugh in the Dreams episode comes right at the end when Winchester comes up with an apt quote. Winchester's quote causes everyone to change their minds about what to do next.
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I'm a M*A*S*H fan from when the show aired and am glad I can now see these episodes again IN THEIR ENTIRETY and not butchered due to syndication.

That said, I have a couple of minor nitpicks w/the Season 8 DVD in terms of production assembly.

I just started viewing it and I noticed that several episodes following Radar's departure erroneously have the same opening credits that were used prior to his departure. In short, these episodes made AFTER Radar's departure STILL show Gary Burghoff's name on them (as "Also Starring Gary Burghoff as Radar").

I watched every episode of this season (except "Dreams", which I kicked myself for missing back then) when they originally aired and remember quite clearly that all the episodes following Radar's departure (and even the 'Are You Now Margaret' episode which preceeded Radar's departure but did NOT feature Burghoff even in a cut-away scene) had the opening credits that ONLY listed the remaining 7 cast members.

Additionally, I'm a bit surprised that the DVD jacket and one of the 3 DVDs emphasize the Radar character in spite of him appearing only on 4 episodes.
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