Name That Episode IV #84

The Name That Episode game is played Tuesdays and Thursdays, with images posted randomly between 12PM and 6PM Eastern. Players can participate as often as they like. An archive of past rounds can be found here. Today’s image can be found below. Can you name the episode it’s from? Feel free to post guesses in the comments section. As always, the winner gets bragging rights.

And the Winner Is: Chauncey Uppercrust, who correctly identified “Mail Call Three” from Season 6.

Name That Episode

10 Comments

  • Crabapple Cove says:

    “Dear Uncle Abdul”?

  • BDOR says:

    This is another one of my favorites; it’s really easy for me to identify, so I’ll let others take a stab at it.

  • 007 says:

    Hmm, another pretty tough one from RJ in how generic it is. Time to put on my detective hat though!

    So based on the pictures on the wall, and the lack of certain pictures I can tell it’s probably after Radar leaves but before “Depressing News”. This gives us roughly the 2nd half of season 8 and first half of season 9.

    Now it’s also an episode that BDOR likes, so going off some of his other comments and episodes he may like, I’m going to throw out:

    Period of Adjustment, Goodbye Cruel World, & Letters.

    How’d I do @BDOR 😀

  • Seoul City Sue says:

    ‘Tell it to the Marines??’

  • Chauncey Uppercrust says:

    “Mail Call 3”

    • BDOR says:

      Yup. Potter offers to let Klinger call Laverne after receiving a Dear John letter, but doesn’t want to end up talking to her new guy.

      • 007 says:

        Ah wow. For some reason I thought Potter didn’t put up the Radar picture until Radar left as a way to remember him. Makes sense though since there’s clearly a picture of Klinger up while he’s still there.

    • HannibalMO says:

      I’m pretty sure your right. I knew I recognized it but I couldn’t place my tongue on the name of the episode.

  • HannibalMO says:

    *you’re

  • RJ says:

    “Mail Call Three” is correct. Congrats to Chauncey Uppercrust.

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