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'M*A*S*H' - 'Love and Marriage'
'M*A*S*H' - Season 3
"Love is rarely a topic of concern at the 4077th, but in this episode, this all-important emotion takes center stage. Join me in recalling this episode about love in a war zone!"
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Two guest stars appear in this episode of 'M*A*S*H'. The first plays Mr. Kwang, a South Korean draftee who performs as an orderly at the 4077th. What semi-regular guest star plays this role?
The other important guest star in this episode is Dennis Dugan, who plays the seemingly naive Private McShane in 'Love and Marriage'. Did Dugan ever appear in any other 'M*A*S*H' episodes?
Mr. Kwang is a married man who was drafted against his will into the South Korean military. Trapper and Hawkeye are very sympathetic regarding his plight, and further are very impressed by his English capabilities. Is it true that Kwang studied at a university in the United States?
Despite having been forced into the military, Mr. Kwang does not seem bitter. In fact, he claims that he has only one regret. What is it?
Not having been drafted as a fighting soldier
Not having given his wife $200 he had in his wallet
Not having said goodbye to his wife
Not having volunteered himself
Hawkeye and Trapper seek a three-day pass for their friend Mr. Kwang, but in order to do so, they must have Henry sign one for him. Does Henry actually sign the three-day pass they acquire for Kwang?
After assisting Mr. Kwang, Trapper and Hawkeye have their attention turned to Private McShane. It seems that the young lad wants to get married to a local woman named Soong Hi, and requests that the doctors perform a physical on her to facilitate the process. Do either of the doctors recognize Soong Hi?
At a poker game that evening, the McShane situation is discussed. Hawkeye and Trapper disapprove of the potential marriage, believing that McShane is being duped, but Radar and Zale defend McShane. They suggest that he should be allowed to marry whomever he pleases.
By the way, at the beginning of this scene, what 'stinky' thing is Radar munching on?
In the Swamp, a sleazy local 'physician' named Dr. Pak attempts to convince Hawkeye and Trapper to push through Soong Hi's physical. He even sweetens it up by offering the doctors a bribe. The doctors aren't buying it, however, they already know Dr. Pak very well. What does Trapper claim Dr. Pak uses in place of penicillin?
Mr. Kwang's wife is pregnant, and he desperately wishes to see his wife. Unfortunately, he is not allowed to leave the 4077th, so Hawkeye and Radar go to Kwang Sun village to bring her back to the M*A*S*H. Do they bring her back to the 4077th in time to allow Kwang to witness the birth of his baby?
McShane, who Trapper and Hawkeye discover has been part of the scam to get Soong Hi to the U.S., is very disappointed to learn that his intended bride has not passed her physical. What disorder does she have that will keep her in Korea?
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Compiled Jun 28 12