Date 22 Mar 93 233122 GMT Subject Episode Summaries (Season Two) Gang, Here are the long-a

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From: (Troy D Wood) Date: 22 Mar 93 23:31:22 GMT Newsgroups: Subject: Episode Summaries (Season Two) Gang, Here are the long-awaited episode summaries for season two. Sorry about the delay. 25. Divided We Stand Gen. Clayton assigns a psychiatrist Capt. Hildebrand (Anthony Holland) to examine the 4077th. Henry tells them to be on their best behavior, or else they will be split up. But the 4077th soon begins to act in their traditional, inane ways. Written by Larry Gelbart Directed by Jackie Cooper 26. Radar's Report Klinger's girl back home wants to marry, Hawkeye flirts with a nurse (Joan Van Ark), and all the goings on are reported to the Army in Radar's weekly report. Written by Laurence Marks Directed by Jackie Cooper 27. 5 O'Clock Charlie An inept N. Korean pilot's bombings of (near) the camp become a spectator sport. Frank complains that the pilot should be shot down, but it isn't until Gen. Clayton's jeep is bombed until any action is taken. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Norman Tokar 28. For the Good of the Outfit The accidental shelling of the S. Korean village of Tai Dong gets Hawkeye and Trapper's attention. While the Army accepts no responsibility, they do plan to rebuild the village, with its own soft ice cream maker! Written by Jerry Mayer Directed by Jackie Cooper 29. Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde Hawkeye is on duty for 3 days straight, and decides to send the 4077th's latrine to N. Korea. Written by Alan Alda and Robert Klane Directed by Jackie Cooper 30. L.I.P. (Local Indigenous Personnel) Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar blackmail a lt. with a few pranks to allow Cpl. Walker to marry a local Korean girl. Written by Carl Kleinschmitt Directed by William Wiard 31. Kim Trapper becomes very attached to an apparently orphaned little Korean boy named Kim, and wants to adopt him--that is, if he doesn't get blown to bits in the minefield. Written by Marc Mandel, Larry Gelbart, and Laurence Marks Directed by William Wiard 32. The Trial of Henry Blake Houlihan and Burns challenge Col. Blake's fitness to command, and it is up to Nurse Meg Cratty to come to the rescue. Written by McLean Stevenson, Larry Gelbart, and Laurence Marks Directed by Don Weis 33. Dear Dad...Three A bigoted sergeant seeking the right-"colored" blood learns a lesson in prejudice from the 4077th. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Don Weis 34. The Sniper A lone sniper has the 4077th pinned down--including Radar and Henry in the shower. The poor boy thinks he's firing on McArthur's headquarters, and a chopper finally comes by and wounds him with gunfire from above, ending the seige. Written by Richard M. Powell Directed by Jackie Cooper 35. Carry On, Hawkeye Hawkeye is the only doctor not struck down by the flu bug. Houlihan must inject him in the ass with a flu shot! Written by Bernard Dilbert, Larry Gelbart, and Laurence Marks Directed by Jackie Cooper 36. The Incubator Hawkeye and Trapper battle the Army in their efforts to get a badly needed incubator for the 4077th. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Jackie Cooper 37. Deal Me Out The weekly poker game is interrupted when Radar hits the infamous Whiplash Wang with a jeep. Pat Morita guests as one of the poker players. A wounded soldier (John Ritter) getting counseling from Sidney Freedman (Alan Arbus) wants to kill Frank. Col. Flagg (Edward Winter) also pops in. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Gene Reynolds 38. Hot Lips and Empty Arms Maj. Houlihan decides to dump Frank and requests a transfer. Written by Linda Bloodworth and Mary Kay Place Directed by Jackie Cooper 39. Officers Only Hawkeye and Trapper save Gen. Mitchell's son, and they get an officer's club as a reward--well, sort of an officer's club. Written by Ed Jurist Directed by Jackie Cooper 40. The Chosan People The local Koreans provide interesting scenarios for the 4077th. Written by Laurence Marks, Sheldon Keller, and Larry Gelbart Directed by Jackie Cooper 41. As You Were The 4077th has no wounded for several days, until they start pouring in again. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Hy Averback 42. Crisis Supply lines to the 4077th are cut. Consequently, the personnel must find ways to deal with the shortages. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Don Weis 43. Henry in Love Henry falls in love with Nancy Sue Parker, a former cheerleader from the Ohio State University :) while in Tokyo. Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar try to prevent Henry from letting his marriage go up in smoke over her. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Don Weis 44. For Want of a Boot A riotous episode in which Hawkeye will do anything to get a new pair of boots. In order to get Zale to get him some, he must get an appointment for Zale with Futterman, the camp dentist, who will only do it if Henry will give him a pass to Tokyo, and Henry will only grant the pass if Houlihan will get off his back, which she will do only if the guys throw a party for Frank's birthday with a cake, and Radar will only help get the cake if he gets a date with Nurse Murphy, who will only date someone with a hair dryer, and Klinger won't give up the hair dryer unless he gets a section 8 (and Frank won't sign). The deal falls through, much to the chagrin of Hawkeye. Written by Sheldon Keller Directed by Don Weis 45. Operation Noselift Hawkeye and Trapper arrange for an unauthorized nosejob for an unlisted man with a huge schnozz (Mulcahy concurs). But Hawkeye's cohort who agrees to do the job has other interests, mainly bagging a nurse. Written by Erik Tarloff Directed by Hy Averback 46. George In an episode that would fit the headlines in 1993, Burns tries to slap a dishonorable discharge on a decorated soldier who admits to being a homosexual. Written by John Regier and Gary Markowitz Directed by Gene Reynolds 47. Mail Call The arrival of a new batch of mail makes Trapper depressed and he wants to desert, despite Hawkeye's efforts otherwise. Meanwhile, Hawkeye learns he has successfully tricked Frank into buying stocks in the fictitious company, Pioneer Aviation. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Alan Alda 48. A Smattering of Intelligence A classic episode in which Col. Flagg and another secret agent from another intelligence agency come to the 4077th to keep their eyes on one another and the camp. Hawkeye and Trapper trick them both into thinking that Burns is a traitor--one thinks he's a facist, the other thinks he's a communist. Written by Larry Gelbart and Laurence Marks Directed by Larry Gelbart End of season two


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