M*a*s*h Tv Season 6
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As the sixth season opens, Margaret's marriage has finally driven Frank Burns over the edge. Unfortunately, his subsequent replacement, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III, soon drives B.J. and Hawkeye over the edge as well. From his fur-trimmed coat to his shiny French horn, he almost makes B.J. and Hawkeye wish Frank were still there. Almost.
But as Winchester slowly finds his place within the OR, things get back to normal â" or as normal as they ever get. Radar goes off in search of the perfect tattoo. Black marketeers steal all the unit's penicillin. Hawkeye and B.J. refuse to shower unless Charles stops blowing his horn. And Hawkeye and Margaret find comfort in each other's arms... if only for one night.
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Nothing much needs to said or added to the enduring legacy of a Classic TV series which, for me, is better than the movie. The fact that they could propagate the writing as long as the series went on is amazing. The interplay of the ensemble cast was and is fabulous.
I wish Amazon streaming would pick up the rights...and keep them.
1) I watch these on a portable DVD player, and with seasons 1 - 5, I could just hit forward and bypass the opening credits and the spot right as the actual show starts. Now with season 6, they've decided I MUST watch the opening credits, because hitting forward on this set puts me well beyond the beginning of the episodes.
2) My complaint from the first has been about the plastic case these come in. They almost seem as though they're designed to inflict damage on the discs. Fortunately, my long term storage is in something better than these cases. When these DVDs see this case do they cringe?
My dad worked for men like Frank in the military; I went to school with people like Charles.
By the way, in what season did the shower stall come down on Hot Lips; I must have slept through it on Apple TV.
Welcome Major Cogsworth--- er, Charles Emerson Winchester III. If you remember watching the last season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, you may recognize this man. Just a season ago, David Ogden Stiers portrayed the stuttering station manager at WJM-TV for two straight episodes. Now, he's dropped his stutter and put on a Boston Brahmin accent. You'll probably know him best as Cogsworth in the original Beauty and the Beast.
Cogs-- er, Charles gets a rude awakening to camp life, at one point begging his parents to "Get me the hell out of here!" However, he soon finds himself at home, making B.J. his servant boy over a $200 loan. However..... .the major whistles, loudly, when he's bluffing at poker. Later on, he becomes a temporary drug addict. Yes, much of the plots are about him, only about as much as the subplots are about everyone else. I'll say that Charles is much more civil than Frank. We'll see more of that in future seasons.
Audio and video are great.
This list of Actors and Actresses it Kind of Like a frying pan with a steak, yeah its doable, but when you add their talent and corizma its like adding olive oil and spices WOW what a treat.
I love his presence on this show, I love how he puts down Hawkeye and BJ, yet acts like a pompous ass at the same time! Not like that sniveling weasel Frank Burns, who wore out his welcome early in this series.
I also love how Midwestern Col. Potter acts toward Boston Brahmin Winchester! It's a classic clash between people from areas in our country which still exist today!
Series 6 was a new and welcome beginning of this epic series, I won't bother buying the earlier editions, but I'll continue buying the years following 6!
Like with Season 5, my only real complaint is in these slim versions there is no option to remove the laugh track.
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