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'M*A*S*H' - Sherman T. Potter
Sherman T. Potter
"Henry Blake's shoes were tough to fill, and no one could have done it better than his replacement, Sherman T. Potter. One of my two favorite colonels at the 4077th, let's take a closer look at Colonel Potter. Good luck!"
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One of my favorite 'M*A*S*H' characters, and among the greatest authority figures ever portrayed in a TV series, Sherman T. Potter was both a good leader and a caring fatherly figure. Do we ever learn what the 'T' stands for in his name during any episode?
What terrific actor brought the character Colonel Sherman T. Potter to life on the small screen?
Colonel Potter was very much in love with his wife, and mentioned her name often during the run of the show. What was Potter's beloved wife's name?
Colonel Potter is very proud to call Missouri his home state. He's even more proud to call what small Missouri town his home town?
Along with his wife, Sherman Potter is very proud of the rest of his family, and mentions a number of family members during the show. What was Colonel Potter's daughter's name?
Colonel Potter appeared on 'M*A*S*H' for a total of eight seasons.
Colonel Potter served in the U.S. Army during World War II, but not World War I.
Colonel Potter loved no other animal better than a horse. What was the name of the Colonel's beloved horse, first appearing in the episode 'Dear Mildred' in season four?
Which of these is not a true statement about Colonel Potter, based on his claims during the run of the show?
He's one quarter Cherokee
He is 62 years old
He earned a Purple Heart during World War II
He fought in the Battle of Gallipoli
How did Colonel Potter leave the 4077th in the very last episode, namely 'Goodbye, Farewell and Amen'?
In a jeep
In a bus
In a chopper
On his horse
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Compiled Feb 08 13