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Broadcast History:

First Telecast: September 26, 1983
Last Telecast: December 18, 1984

Sept 1983-Mar 1984, CBS Mon 9:00-9:30
Apr 1984-Jun 1984, CBS Sun 8:00-8:30
Jul 1984-Oct 1984, CBS Tue 8:00-8:30
Dec 1984, CBS Tue 8:30-9:00

Total number of episodes: 31


Harry Morgan as Dr. Sherman Potter
Jamie Farr
as Max Klinger
William Christopher
as Father Francis Mulcahy
Barbara Townsend
as Mildred Potter
Anne Pitoniak
as Mildred Potter (1984)
Rosalind Chao
as Soon-Lee Klinger
John Chappell
as Mike D'Angelo
Peter Michael Goetz
as Wally Wainwright (1984)
Jay O. Sanders
as Dr. Gene Pfeiffer
Brandis Kemp
as Alma Cox
Lois Foraker
as Nurse Coleman
Wendy Schaal
as Bonnie Hornbeck
Pat Cranshaw
as Bob Scannell
Shirley Lang
as Nurse Crown
David Ackroyd
as Dr. Boyer (1984)
Carolsue Walker
as Sarah (1984)
Susan Luck
as Nurse Weber (1984)
Joan Sweeny
as Nurse Parker (1984)
Sunshine Parker
as Sunshine (1984)
Wendy Girard
as Lenore Dudziak (1984)

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Series Summary:

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The Korean Was was over and the men of the 4077th M.A.S.H. unit had returned to civilian life. Most of them scattered to the four corners of the States but three--Sherman Potter, Max Klinger, and Father Mulcahy--were reunited on the staff of the General Pershing Veterans Administration Hospital in River Bend, Missouri. Potter was chief of staff at the hospital, and it was through his recruiting efforts that Klinger joined the staff as his administrative assistant, and Mulcahy as the hospital chaplain. Others on staff included bureaucratic, ineffectual hospital administrator Mike D'Angelo; his pushy secretary Alma; another secretary, Bonnie; and a somewhat ingenuous young surgical resident named Gene. Most notable among the patients was absentminded old-timer Bob Scannell. Stories alternated between light comedy and serious depictions of the human wreckage created by war.

There was also a home scene. Klinger's Korean war bride, Soo-Lee, had come with him to America, and Potter's unassuming wife, Mildred, who was often talked about but never seen on M*A*S*H (except in a picture on Potter's desk), was on hand as well. By the spring of 1984 another cast member was on the way: Soon-Lee was about to give birth to her first child, a boy. The baby was born on the first episode of the show's second season but the series, despite a number of cast changed, including the arrival of a more serious administrator in the person of Wally Wainwright, died before the end of the year.

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Did You Know?

The series was top-rated during its initial season but was canceled midway through its second when its ratings took a sharp decline.

Col. Flagg and Radar O'Reilly were the only characters from "M*A*S*H" (1972) to appear in guest roles.

As of December 2003, the final episode has never aired.

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