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2013-09-07 12:49:36 AM
Horse hockey!
 
2013-09-07 12:53:26 AM
Waiting for that to become the next "Your argument is invalid" meme.
 
2013-09-07 01:26:16 AM
 
FNG [TotalFark]
2013-09-07 01:34:07 AM
As a life long fan, who still watches re-runs, that was pretty funny.
 
2013-09-07 01:37:45 AM

deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...



Seconded.
 
2013-09-07 01:37:57 AM
I have nothing to do with intelligence.
 
2013-09-07 01:42:49 AM
That was fantastic Subby...nice find!
 
2013-09-07 01:47:42 AM

The_Sponge: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Seconded.


Thirded.
 
2013-09-07 01:59:43 AM

Krumet: The_Sponge: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Seconded.

Thirded.


No way.  The movie was great, the show is legend.
 
2013-09-07 02:02:25 AM
I'll even hari-kari if you show me how, but I will not carry a gun!
 
2013-09-07 02:07:30 AM

JonZoidberg: Krumet: The_Sponge: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Seconded.

Thirded.

No way.  The movie was great, the show is legend.



Sally Kellerman was hotter than Loretta Swit.  Your argument is invalid.
 
2013-09-07 02:28:56 AM
t.qkme.me
 
2013-09-07 02:36:30 AM
Frank Burns eats worms.
 
2013-09-07 02:49:40 AM

cygnusx13: Frank Burns eats worms.


Stink Fish Pot!
 
2013-09-07 02:56:54 AM

The_Sponge: Sally Kellerman was hotter than Loretta Swit.  Your argument is invalid.


Neither one of them was hot. Your argument is invalid.
 
2013-09-07 03:03:48 AM
Subby can paint smiles on his knees now....
 
2013-09-07 03:13:31 AM
Sally Kellerman was hotter than Loretta Swit.  Your argument is invalid.

Jo Anne Pflug was hotter than both of them put together.
 
2013-09-07 03:17:32 AM

cygnusx13: Frank Burns eats worms.




Charles was a better character.
 
2013-09-07 03:26:24 AM
Jocularity!
 
2013-09-07 03:34:37 AM
Love the book, movie and show. This is my favorite scene from the movie.
Apologies from quality.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lDyDx32YJE
 
2013-09-07 04:02:20 AM

cygnusx13: Frank Burns eats worms.


You tell 'em, Ferret-face!
 
2013-09-07 05:08:28 AM
GOODBYE HAWKEYE
 
2013-09-07 05:26:54 AM

FNG: As a life long fan, who still watches re-runs, that was pretty funny.


Glad I'm not the only one.

/I've eaten a river of liver, and an ocean of fish!
 
2013-09-07 05:42:14 AM
www.somatologia.it

"Karate chop, Dex?  With a stormtrooper mask?  Have you really thought this through?"
 
2013-09-07 05:58:28 AM

Mad Scientist: FNG: As a life long fan, who still watches re-runs, that was pretty funny.

Glad I'm not the only one.

/I've eaten a river of liver, and an ocean of fishia


that's one of my favorite episodes.  My heart breaks when Hawkeye has to get yanked away from the morsels shipped from the Chicago BBQ joint at the end.
 
2013-09-07 06:22:58 AM
I wondered why the TV show is on History instead of Comedy here in Canada. Then I started watching it every day and it makes sense. When I was a kid I just got the jokes. Now in middle age I get everything else.
 
2013-09-07 07:19:37 AM

NDP2: Mad Scientist: FNG: As a life long fan, who still watches re-runs, that was pretty funny.

Glad I'm not the only one.

/I've eaten a river of liver, and an ocean of fishia

that's one of my favorite episodes.  My heart breaks when Hawkeye has to get yanked away from the morsels shipped from the Chicago BBQ joint at the end.


adam's ribs.  But he forgot the coleslaw.  Forgive him.
 
2013-09-07 08:03:58 AM

good_2_go: I wondered why the TV show is on History instead of Comedy here in Canada. Then I started watching it every day and it makes sense. When I was a kid I just got the jokes. Now in middle age I get everything else.


Theme song starts to make sense, yes?
 
2013-09-07 08:21:48 AM
Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.
 
2013-09-07 08:26:37 AM

bigpeeler: Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.


While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.  Winchester was at least acknowledged to be a brilliant surgeon; too good, in fact, to have been assigned to a MASH unit (except he pissed of the wrong people).  AFAIK, this is why the actor that played Burns quit, and why Winchester had more flexibility as a character.
 
2013-09-07 08:35:48 AM

born_yesterday: bigpeeler: Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.

While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.  Winchester was at least acknowledged to be a brilliant surgeon; too good, in fact, to have been assigned to a MASH unit (except he pissed of the wrong people).  AFAIK, this is why the actor that played Burns quit, and why Winchester had more flexibility as a character.




Burns was to easy of a target and was one dimensional as a character. Charles was a better surgeon then hawkeye and no easy mark. Plus he actually had a heart.
 
2013-09-07 08:52:23 AM

deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Thirded
 
2013-09-07 08:55:58 AM

The Viewer: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...

Thirded


Sorry, fourthed.

And Sally Kellerman wasn't hot?

[youknowhowiknowyou'regay.jpg}
 
2013-09-07 09:07:05 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: born_yesterday: bigpeeler: Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.

While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.  Winchester was at least acknowledged to be a brilliant surgeon; too good, in fact, to have been assigned to a MASH unit (except he pissed of the wrong people).  AFAIK, this is why the actor that played Burns quit, and why Winchester had more flexibility as a character.

Burns was to easy of a target and was one dimensional as a character. Charles was a better surgeon then hawkeye and no easy mark. Plus he actually had a heart.


Possibly my favorite episode is when Winchester anonymously gives chocolates to the orphanage at Christmas.
 
2013-09-07 09:16:20 AM

100 Watt Walrus: Neither one of them was hot. Your argument is invalid.


I don't know, man.  Once upon a time...


croobal.com

thestyleexpress.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-09-07 09:40:54 AM
From when MASH  was REALLY funny:

http://youtu.be/Z3OXdEGr91E
 
2013-09-07 09:47:05 AM

Znuh: [t.qkme.me image 265x310]


This.  The movie was awesome; the series was fantastic.
 
2013-09-07 09:52:28 AM

Rwa2play: Znuh: [t.qkme.me image 265x310]

This.  The movie was awesome; the series was fantastic.


Are we talking about "Buffy"?
 
2013-09-07 09:54:56 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Burns was to easy of a target and was one dimensional as a character. Charles was a better surgeon then hawkeye and no easy mark. Plus he actually had a heart.


This is correct. Case in point: Morale Victory:

"Don't you see? Your hand may be stilled, but your gift cannot be silenced if you refuse to let it be. The gift does not lie in your hands. I have hands, David. Hands that can make a scalpel sing. More than anything in my life I wanted to play, but I do not have the gift. I can play the notes, but I cannot make the music. You have performed Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Chopin. Even if you never do so again, you've already known a joy that I will never know as long as I live. Because the true gift is in your head and in your heart and in your soul. Now you can shut it off forever, or you can find new ways to share your gift with the world - through the baton, the classroom, or the pen. As to these works, they're for you, because you and the piano will always be as one. "
 
2013-09-07 09:56:52 AM

MFAWG: Mid_mo_mad_man: born_yesterday: bigpeeler: Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.

While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.  Winchester was at least acknowledged to be a brilliant surgeon; too good, in fact, to have been assigned to a MASH unit (except he pissed of the wrong people).  AFAIK, this is why the actor that played Burns quit, and why Winchester had more flexibility as a character.

Burns was to easy of a target and was one dimensional as a character. Charles was a better surgeon then hawkeye and no easy mark. Plus he actually had a heart.

Possibly my favorite episode is when Winchester anonymously gives chocolates to the orphanage at Christmas.




The stuttering episode. He defends a young man that is labeled stupid due to stuttering. Later you find out his sister stutters
 
2013-09-07 10:09:04 AM
Ahhh, Bach.

/I've been slaked
 
2013-09-07 10:13:59 AM
images2.wikia.nocookie.net
/is keeping an eye on all of you
//and has nothing to do with intelligence
///he is the wind
 
2013-09-07 10:15:09 AM
Everyone follows the "Radar's Head Rule" right? If you see Radar in the opening credits, it's still pretty good. Otherwise it might have Klinger seeing dead people, Hawkeye fake sneezing because he almost drowned, BJ's sideburns, or Margret's off-putting perm.

/still some great moments in the later seasons, but a lot of forced melodrama as well
 
2013-09-07 10:20:01 AM

thamike: [www.somatologia.it image 500x331]

"Karate chop, Dex?  With a stormtrooper mask?  Have you really thought this through?"


Hahahahahaha!
 
2013-09-07 10:29:28 AM
AfterMASH was better anyway.
 
2013-09-07 10:37:54 AM

csi_yellowknife: Everyone follows the "Radar's Head Rule" right? If you see Radar in the opening credits, it's still pretty good. Otherwise it might have Klinger seeing dead people, Hawkeye fake sneezing because he almost drowned, BJ's sideburns, or Margret's off-putting perm.

/still some great moments in the later seasons, but a lot of forced melodrama as well


Alda took it over and used it as a soapbox and excuse to chew the scenery.
 
2013-09-07 10:42:26 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Charles was a better character.


Charles was one of those "characters" that everyone felt needed to be taken down a peg or two, but Charles knew exactly what his position was and wouldn't budge an inch, and the Korea War would be forced to go around him then make him move.  There were times you could see him crack or even just fall apart, but at the end of the series, he was the same as when he was introduced.

Frank Burns had no right to be anywhere near that war, much less an operating table.  He was the type of person that would get everyone around him killed while he went on living, leaving a path of destruction and death in his wake.  His one saving grace was that he had no spine, making him just a miserable character who was stuck there like everyone else instead of a evil bastard who could really screw with your life.
 
2013-09-07 10:45:16 AM

cygnusx13: Frank Burns eats worms.


You tell 'em, ferret face!
 
2013-09-07 11:07:45 AM

AtlanticCoast63: [images2.wikia.nocookie.net image 320x240]
/is keeping an eye on all of you
//and has nothing to do with intelligence
///he is the wind


If you can't get any scorpions, get me two snakes...and a rat.
 
2013-09-07 11:14:55 AM

AtlanticCoast63: [images2.wikia.nocookie.net image 320x240]
/is keeping an eye on all of you
//and has nothing to do with intelligence
///he is the wind


Captain Perkins, I presume

/I hear they have one of his hidden mics left in the latrine.
 
2013-09-07 11:20:02 AM
Goddamn army.....
 
2013-09-07 11:27:33 AM

AtlanticCoast63: [images2.wikia.nocookie.net image 320x240]
/is keeping an eye on all of you
//and has nothing to do with intelligence
///he is the wind




Col Flagg does not exist.
 
2013-09-07 11:42:20 AM

buntz: cygnusx13: Frank Burns eats worms.

You tell 'em, ferret face!


www.smallanimalchannel.com
 
2013-09-07 11:56:20 AM

real_headhoncho: Mid_mo_mad_man: Charles was a better character.

Charles was one of those "characters" that everyone felt needed to be taken down a peg or two, but Charles knew exactly what his position was and wouldn't budge an inch, and the Korea War would be forced to go around him then make him move.  There were times you could see him crack or even just fall apart, but at the end of the series, he was the same as when he was introduced.
.


One of my favorites was when Hawkeye's father went ifn for surgery and as he and Charles waited for the phone call from the hospital (everyone else was at the bowling tournament with the marines) they talked about their fathers and Charles said one of the most profound but simple things: "I had a Father, whereas you had a Dad"
 
2013-09-07 12:34:54 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: MFAWG: Mid_mo_mad_man: born_yesterday: bigpeeler: Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.

While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.  Winchester was at least acknowledged to be a brilliant surgeon; too good, in fact, to have been assigned to a MASH unit (except he pissed of the wrong people).  AFAIK, this is why the actor that played Burns quit, and why Winchester had more flexibility as a character.

Burns was to easy of a target and was one dimensional as a character. Charles was a better surgeon then hawkeye and no easy mark. Plus he actually had a heart.

Possibly my favorite episode is when Winchester anonymously gives chocolates to the orphanage at Christmas.



The stuttering episode. He defends a young man that is labeled stupid due to stuttering. Later you find out his sister stutters


I've always wanted to see a story where Charles is back home hunting with friends, there's a shooting accident, and he saves someone because of the triage skills he picked up in Korea.
 
2013-09-07 01:07:31 PM

OtherLittleGuy: While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.


And no lips.
 
2013-09-07 01:29:14 PM

Gadabout Gaddis: Jo Anne Pflug was hotter than both of them put together.


Yep.
 
2013-09-07 01:57:44 PM

Shrugging Atlas: Goddamn army.....


Goddamn Army Jeeps
 
2013-09-07 01:59:01 PM
Goddamn 404


Goddamn Army Jeeps


www.wearysloth.com
 
2013-09-07 01:59:27 PM
25.media.tumblr.com

I love Malcolm Gladwell's books
 
2013-09-07 02:43:50 PM

LivingDeadX1: 100 Watt Walrus: Neither one of them was hot. Your argument is invalid.

I don't know, man.  Once upon a time...


[croobal.com image 304x380]

[thestyleexpress.files.wordpress.com image 314x500]


All nurses bow before either version of Lt. Dish.

www.mash4077tv.com
www.wearysloth.com
 
2013-09-07 02:54:46 PM
Karen Philipp as Lt. Dish - hot like kimchi.
 
2013-09-07 03:28:40 PM
Buddy of mine was actually going to have some Tony Packo's hot dogs shipped to him, but when the shipping was more than double the cost of the dogs (I think the total was around $138 for everything) he gave that up.

As for Joanne Pflug, that little smile she gives after getting in the helicopter cracks me up every time.
 
2013-09-07 04:01:45 PM

AtlanticCoast63: [images2.wikia.nocookie.net image 320x240]
/is keeping an eye on all of you
//and has nothing to do with intelligence
///he is the wind


That dude was teh bomb. Seriously.
 
2013-09-07 07:48:13 PM
"I wonder how a degenerated person like that could have reached a position of responsibility in the Army Medical Corps!"

www.wearysloth.com "He was drafted."
 
2013-09-07 07:52:53 PM

deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Nice try, but even on an off night the TV series was light years better than the movie.
 
2013-09-07 08:46:45 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: born_yesterday: bigpeeler: Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.

While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.  Winchester was at least acknowledged to be a brilliant surgeon; too good, in fact, to have been assigned to a MASH unit (except he pissed of the wrong people).  AFAIK, this is why the actor that played Burns quit, and why Winchester had more flexibility as a character.

Burns was to easy of a target and was one dimensional as a character. Charles was a better surgeon then hawkeye and no easy mark. Plus he actually had a heart.


Mid_mo_mad_man: MFAWG: Mid_mo_mad_man: born_yesterday: bigpeeler: Charles was a better character.

Sacrilege.

While Frank Burns was a better comedic foil, his character was limited by the fact that he had no redeeming qualities.  Winchester was at least acknowledged to be a brilliant surgeon; too good, in fact, to have been assigned to a MASH unit (except he pissed of the wrong people).  AFAIK, this is why the actor that played Burns quit, and why Winchester had more flexibility as a character.

Burns was to easy of a target and was one dimensional as a character. Charles was a better surgeon then hawkeye and no easy mark. Plus he actually had a heart.

Possibly my favorite episode is when Winchester anonymously gives chocolates to the orphanage at Christmas.

The stuttering episode. He defends a young man that is labeled stupid due to stuttering. Later you find out his sister stutters


When he sets up Col. Flag.  God that awesome.
 
2013-09-07 08:48:41 PM
he forgot it as a kid, remembers it as an 'adult'. Duh.

Good stuff.
 
2013-09-07 09:45:50 PM

PizzaJedi81: Waiting for that to become the next "Your argument is invalid" meme.


Ask and ye shall....

i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-07 09:49:56 PM
VANTS!
 
2013-09-07 10:07:42 PM
Winchester, like all the other characters was so mufti-faceted. He loved music, yet could not play it.
Even thought he was a brilliant surgeon with amazing skills to save a life. His actions to help the
pianist with the injured hand make the most of it and teaching the Korean musicians in the last episode,
then they end up being killed. He was pompous,arrogant and often a jerk, and did so much to hide
the nice things, like giving to the orphans, or helping Hawkeye and Klinger. And even lamenting that
his parents got along with so well the Radar's Mother and Uncle.

 It doesn't hurt that David Ogden-Steirs is a really good actor..The ST:TNG episode where
he is an ambassador is a favorite of mine
 
2013-09-07 10:39:24 PM

Mr. Shabooboo: Winchester, like all the other characters was so mufti-faceted. He loved music, yet could not play it.
Even thought he was a brilliant surgeon with amazing skills to save a life. His actions to help the
pianist with the injured hand make the most of it and teaching the Korean musicians in the last episode,
then they end up being killed. He was pompous,arrogant and often a jerk, and did so much to hide
the nice things, like giving to the orphans, or helping Hawkeye and Klinger. And even lamenting that
his parents got along with so well the Radar's Mother and Uncle.

 It doesn't hurt that David Ogden-Steirs is a really good actor..The ST:TNG episode where
he is an ambassador is a favorite of mine


If you happen to see it, read Alan Alda's memoir, "Never Have Your Dog Stuffed"  - it's quite entertaining and interesting to boot. Apparently, David Ogden-Steirs was the most active pranker in the cast. And yes, he's a damn good actor.

The character of Charles was summed up well in one of the later episode, when Hawkeye is filling in at a front line aid station and is writing his will: "You always kept your dignity"
 
2013-09-07 11:56:41 PM
AtlanticCoast63:
/is keeping an eye on all of you
//and has nothing to do with intelligence
///he is the wind

img.fark.net
I think the wind broke his arm.

I would've lost it if Alan Alda waved his hand at Harry Morgan and said "These are not the wounded you are looking for."
 
2013-09-08 12:19:49 AM
No one is going to mention crying when Henry died on the way home?
 
2013-09-08 01:02:16 AM

jpat: No one is going to mention crying when Henry died on the way home?


I dunno. I suppose someone would if there was an outtake of it.
 
2013-09-08 01:14:56 AM

jpat: No one is going to mention crying when Henry died on the way home?


I'm sure lots of people were shocked, but I don't think they gave anyone any time to cry. They announced he was dead, and less than 10 seconds later, the episode was over.

I think it was more of a "holy shiat" reaction.
 
2013-09-08 03:52:45 AM
I'm just going to leave this here:
                                                           I think Trapper was a better character than BJ.

/nothin's gonna harm y'all lessin you leave ol' Uncle Trappers arms.
 
2013-09-08 04:58:29 AM
I always liked Linville (Burns) because I feel that if an actor can make you despise him, he's doing a great job.

Charles, on the other hand, was such a multi-faceted character. Sure, the majority of it was insufferable pomposity, but at least once or twice per season you'd find a reason not to want to punch him. His stuttering sister's tapes, the anonymous charity, the look on his face as his makeshift orchestra was being carried away...these and other moments made you realize that Winchester was an asshole, but not a bad person. Probably describes most Farkers.

I was only a kid when the final episode aired, but I remember the hoopla vividly. My dad went out and bought a then-expensive VCR because he couldn't get off his assignment. I was put to bed and didn't see the finale until I was a young man in the 90s. For the majority of it, I was kind of proud that I didn't cry (I'm outwardly macho but cry at Hallmark commercials when no one is around). I made it with minimal leakage until the combo punch of Klinger saying goodbye to Potter, the kiss, and then the water started pouring at "Goodbye." I've probably seen it ten times and I still can't make it to the end without weeping like 3 year-old with scraped knees.

That my mom was a flight nurse and my dad a medic in Vietnam makes the show all the more meaningful to me despite having barely been born when it was originally airing. It's a timeless show. I know Gen Y young'uns who love the re-runs.
 
2013-09-08 09:00:50 AM

dickfreckle: I always liked Linville (Burns) because I feel that if an actor can make you despise him, he's doing a great job.


That would be true of the kid who played Joffrey. The character was well written to be a monster, and he _really_ sold it with his performance. I'm... not sure that really applies to Linville. The problem with Burns was that the writers had been so absolutely relentless about painting Frank into a corner with the no redeeming qualities thing that when they started trying to give the show legs, mellowing Hulahan a bit, Frank had been left with absolutely nowhere to go. At his finest, he was an object of pity.
 
2013-09-08 09:05:48 AM

The_Sponge: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Seconded.


If the movie didn;pt spend a full half an hour on the football game I would agree.
 
2013-09-08 09:52:28 AM

Jim from Saint Paul: The_Sponge: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Seconded.

If the movie didn;pt spend a full half an hour on the football game I would agree.


and if I hadn't read the book about 5 times before seeing the movie I would agree.

//also, too much mumbling in the movie.
 
2013-09-08 10:21:32 AM

catmandu: Jim from Saint Paul: The_Sponge: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Seconded.

If the movie didn;pt spend a full half an hour on the football game I would agree.

and if I hadn't read the book about 5 times before seeing the movie I would agree.

//also, too much mumbling in the movie.


Brad Pitt was in it?
 
2013-09-08 11:00:17 AM

John Buck 41: catmandu: Jim from Saint Paul: The_Sponge: deadsanta: Come on farkers, for shame! There's only one M*A*S*H...


Seconded.

If the movie didn;pt spend a full half an hour on the football game I would agree.

and if I hadn't read the book about 5 times before seeing the movie I would agree.

//also, too much mumbling in the movie.

Brad Pitt was in it?


Donald Sutherland and Roger Bowen were notorious mumblers back in the day
 
2013-09-08 11:04:05 AM
When the series was still on the air, I didn't care for Winchester. As I aged, I began to appreciate the depth of his character a lot more.

He was a great addition to the cast.

It was also good that they moved Klinger into Radar's position because it gave him a little more to do than just wear women's clothing.
 
2013-09-08 11:08:20 AM

roughridersfan: It was also good that they moved Klinger into Radar's position because it gave him a little more to do than just wear women's clothing.


Yup. His growing pains learning the job certainly made for decent story arcs.
 
2013-09-08 12:07:22 PM

MooseUpNorth: roughridersfan: It was also good that they moved Klinger into Radar's position because it gave him a little more to do than just wear women's clothing.

Yup. His growing pains learning the job certainly made for decent story arcs.


"Period of Adjustment", the episode after Radar officially leaves, was the source of my favorite Klinger quote. He and BJ are all pissed and have been drinking off their asses.  Potter finds them in his office and he tells Klinger to step outside.  Drunk-Klinger looks all panicked (his face really sells the line, too), "Oh my god, BJ, he's gonna beat me up!!!"
 
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