Where Are They Now?

Although M*A*S*H may be their main claim to fame (for better or for worse) the cast of the series kept acting after their tenure with the series came to an end. Many are still active today, appearing in films or television or on the stage. In 2002, the cast of the series, with the exception of McLean Stevenson and Larry Linville who had both sadly passed away, reunited for a 30th anniversary reunion special (read about it here). The images on this page are from the reunion special, except for those for Larry Linville and McLean Stevenson, which are from the 1991 special “Memories of M*A*S*H.”

Alan Alda (Hawkeye)
Alan Alda
Alan Alda in 2002

The year after M*A*S*H ended Alan Alda was producing The Four Seasons, a television follow-up to his 1981 feature film. Over the next two decades he stuck primarily to the big screen, aside from a stint on NBC’s popular medical drama ER in 1999. He began hosting the PBS documentary series Scientific American Frontiers in 1993; the series ended in 2005.

In 2004 and 2005 Alda garnered critical acclaim for roles in television and film. He appeared in The Aviator, released in December of 2004, and received an Academy Award nomination. And he joined the cast of NBC’s The West Wing in October of 2004 as presidential hopeful Senator Arnold Vinick. He was nominated for Emmy awards in 2005 and 2006 for the role. Other recent television appearances include recurring roles on NBC’s 30 Rock (2009-2010) and Showtime’s The Big C (2011), while recent films include Nothing But the Truth (2008), Flash of Genius (2008) and Tower Heist (2011). On stage, Alda starred in the play “Glengarry Glen Ross” on Broadway in spring 2005. Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie, a play written by Alda, opened off-Broadway in December of 2011.

Alda has released two memoirs, Never Have Your Dog Stuffed: And Other Things I’ve Learned (September 2005) and Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself (October 2007).

Gary Burghoff (Radar)
Gary Burghoff
Gary Burghoff in 2002

In the years after leaving M*A*S*H in 1979, Gary Burghoff guest-starred on a handful of television shows including The Love Boat and Fantasy Island. He returned to his famous role of Radar O’Reilly in two episodes of AfterMASH and W*A*L*T*E*R (an unsold pilot for CBS). In 1995 he guest starred in an episode of Burke’s Law; he would not act again on television or film until 2010 when he co-starred in Daniel’s Lot. In 1999/2000 Burghoff toured more than 100 cities appearing in Neil Simon’s “Last of the Red Hot Lovers”, putting on the play in over 100 cities. An accomplished wildlife painter, he has turned much of his attention to his artwork since he moved away from acting.

Burghoff released an autobiography, Gary Burghoff: To M*A*S*H and Back: My Life in Poems and Songs (That Nobody Ever Wanted to Publish!) in June of 2009.

William Christopher (Father Mulcahy)
William Christopher
William Christopher in 2002

Along with Jamie Farr and Harry Morgan, William Christopher starred in AfterMASH following the conclusion of M*A*S*H in 1983. When AfterMASH ended in 1984, Christopher continued acting occasionally on television, in films and on stage (including a touring production of “The Odd Couple” with Jamie Farr). His last credited role was an episode of Mad About You in 1998. Christopher and his wife wrote Mixed Blessings, a non-fiction account of their experience raising an autistic son. The book was released in 1989. The two continue to work promoting autism awareness through the National Autistic Society.

Jamie Farr (Klinger)
Jamie Farr
Jamie Farr in 2002

After reprising his role of Klinger in AfterMASH, Jamie Farr had a handful of television and film roles, including quite a few game shows. He played himself in two episodes of That ’70s Show in 2002 and 2003 and co-hosted Biography‘s “TV Week” in 2003. Most recently he guest-starred in an episode of the Fox sitcom The War at Home (on February 8th, 2007). Farr has also been active in local and regional theater since M*A*S*H ended. Along with William Christopher he toured in a production of “The Odd Couple” in the mid-1990s. In 2004 he played the lead in the Tony-nominated “Say Goodnight Gracie,” based on the life of George Burns and in 2011 he appeared in Tuesdays With Morrie. Farr also involved with the annual LPGA Jamie Farr Toledo Classic, a golf tournament he founded in 1984. He released his autobiography, Just Farr Fun, in 1994.

Mike Farrell (B.J.)
Mike Farrell
Mike Farrell in 2002

In the years following the end of M*A*S*H Mike Farrell appeared in a string of made-for-TV movies and a variety of guest spots on television. In 1996 he lent his voice to the character of Jonathan Kent for the animated series Superman. His wife Shelley Fabares voiced Martha Kent. From 1999 to 2002 he played Dr. James Hansen on NBC’s Providence. Farrell is politically active, a strong advocate of human rights/environmental awareness and has lent his support to a variety of organizations and causes. He also served three terms as First Vice President of Screen Actors Guild, beginning in 2002.

Farrell released his autobiography, Just Call Me Mike: A Journey from Actor to Activist, in March of 2007.

Larry Linville (Frank)
Larry Linville
Larry Linville in 1991

In 1977, after five seasons playing Frank Burns on M*A*S*H, Larry Linville decided he had taken the character as far as he could go and left the series. Over the next two decades he had a slew of guest spots on various television shows, including The Love Boat, Fantasy Island and Murder, She Wrote. He also had roles in Grandpa Goes to Washington and Paper Dolls. Linville was also active in theater after leaving M*A*S*H. Along with Larry Gelbart and David Ogden Stiers, Linville was present at the closing of the 43rd Mobile Army Surgical Hospital in June of 1997. After battling cancer for several years Linville passed away due to complications of pneumonia in April of 2000.

Larry Linville: September 29th, 1939 – April 10th, 2000

Harry Morgan (Colonel Potter)
Harry Morgan
Harry Morgan in 2002

Harry Morgan joined with Jamie Farr and William Christopher to continue their roles from M*A*S*H in a follow-up series. When AfterMASH came to a close in 1984, Morgan had guest-starring roles in a handful of television shows, including The Love Boat and Murder, She Wrote. In 1987 he had a role in Dragnet and played the lead in a syndicated sitcom called You Can’t Take It With You. In the early 1990s Morgan teamed up with Walter Matthau for three made-for-TV movies about a lawyer (Matthau) and a judge (Morgan). He had a recurring role on 3rd Rock from the Sun in 1996 and 1997 before retiring from acting. Morgan passed away in December of 2011 at the age of 96.

Harry Morgan: April 10th, 1915 – December 7th, 2011

Wayne Rogers (Trapper)
Wayne Rogers
Wayne Rogers in 2002

Only a year after leaving M*A*S*H Wayne Rogers was starring in his own series, City of Angels, about a detective in the 1930s. The series lasted half a season. In 1979, Rogers was starring in House Calls as a brilliant doctor who often bends the rules. House Calls ended in 1982. Three years later, Rogers took over the role of Major Tony Nelson in I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later. He had a recurring role in Murder, She Wrote during the early 1990s. In addition to acting, Rogers is a avid businessman, who occasionally appears on Fox News Channel’s Cashin’ In, a segment of their The Cost Of Freedom program.

McLean Stevenson (Colonel Blake)
McLean Stevenson
McLean Stevenson in 1991

After leaving M*A*S*H at the end of its third season, McLean Stevenson starred in The McLean Stevenson Show. In the sitcom he played the owner of a hardware store trying to juggle his business with his family. The show was cancelled after less than one season. In 1979 Stevenson was starring in another sitcom, Hello, Larry, which was a spin-off of the popular Diff’rent Strokes. Stevenson played Larry Alder, a divorced radio psychologist with two teenage daughters. Hello, Larry ran until 1980. During the 1980s Stevenson made guest appearances on several television programs. He also had a role in the 1988 television version of Dirty Dancing. His last credited role was the miniseries Tales of the City in 1993. Stevenson passed away of a heart attack in February of 1996.

McLean Stevenson: November 14th, 1929 – February 15th, 1996

David Ogden Stiers (Charles Emerson Winchester, III)
David Ogden Stiers
David Ogden Stiers in 2002

Two years after the end of M*A*SH, David Ogden Stiers had roles in a blockbuster television miniseries (North and South) and a string of made-for-TV movies based on Perry Mason (from 1986 to 1988). In 1991 he had a guest role on Star Trek: The Next Generation and voiced Cogsworth in the animated Beauty and the Beast. His voiceover work continued throughout the 1990s, including roles in Pocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. In 1998 he had appeared in Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place on ABC, although his role was soon phased out. Another television series, Love & Money, followed in 1999. In 2002, Stiers voiced a character in the animated hit Lilo & Stitch (he would return to the character several times in the following years). From 2002 to 2007 he had a recurring role on The Dead Zone as well as a recurring role on Stargate: Atlantis from 2006 to 2007. In addition to acting, Stiers is an associate conductor for the Newport Symphany Orchestra and has conducted a variety of orchestras around the world.

Loretta Swit (Major Margaret Houlihan)
Loretta Swit
Loretta Swit in 2002

Swit appeared in a number of television and film roles following the end M*A*S*H but has not had a credited film or television role since 1998. She is active on the stage, however. From 1985 to 1987 she appeared on Broadway in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Other stage credits include Shirley Valentine, The Vagina Monologues, Forty-Second Street, Cactus Flower, and Love, Loss and What I Wore. A vocal supporter of animal rights, Swit is a member of Actors and Others for Animals. She is also an artist and proceeds from sales of her artwork benefit animal rights organizations. In 1986, she published A Needlepoint Scrapbook.

References:

“Actor Larry Linville Dies at 60.” The Washington Post: 12 Apr 2000.
Everett, Todd. “MASH Actor Glad to Be Back on Local Stage.” Los Angeles Times: 19 Sep 1996.
Jelinek, Pauline. “The Real-Life MASH Unit Celebrates Its Final Episode.” Los Angeles Times: 15 Jun 1997.
Townsel, Lisa Jones. “10 questions for actress Loretta Swit.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch: 1 Jul 2004.

Last updated November 10th, 2013

174 Comments

  • Christy Pressler says:

    All such wonderful actors and what a fabulous show that I miss very much !!

    • JimmyK says:

      MASH is the best show ever. I think it has the most recognizable musical score. This show showed all aspects of human emotions, from comedy to drama to the death of a beloved character (Henry Blake). I don’t think there is or was another TV show that can replicate these emotions.

      Jim

      • Aśka says:

        MASH is the best show ever!!! :)

      • john ridgway says:

        I loved the show grew up on it. I preferred the comedy aka the early years. My only issues as a former military man was the long hair and moustache which woukd never happen in the military ever. I also dont think a monopoly attitude of antiwar would exist. In regards to this point yes they would express wanting war to end but it would be a pervasive as its expressed in the show. In this regard Hollywood’s antiwar sentiments win out. Some actors grew others never did Loretta Swit was terrible in 1972 as she was in 1983. Her character of endless mistreatment of juniors got old real old. In my opinion three actors were the best Alda, Stevenson and Morgan. They could pull off the whole range of emotions.

      • fred says:

        I still cry at the end of that episode when radar comes in and reads that telegram

      • I think mash was the best show and i have the completset there is not another show that could beat mash i whis they would try to have more army or merains show make people wake up to what the armforce is realyabout

    • Steve w says:

      I totally agree,I still catch reruns most everyday.I would rather see them again than anything else onT.V. No other show will ever come close!!

      • Bob Mee says:

        These are my thoughts also.They never grow old,and the humour is just as sharp today.They feel like friends.A most wonderful show.

      • Steve H says:

        I can’t agree more. I watched them through my entire Navy career and loved to find similarities between MASH and my real life. Given today’s fare of TV shows, Mash wins hands down. Keep the reruns coming, I can always use a life lesson or a laugh.

    • vee says:

      I love mash. it takes me there.also I speak Korean and cook their favorite dishes also please be patient with me. im totally handicapped.so happy new to you and your friends and family.

      • Brenda and Fred says:

        we just love the rerun of mash (channel true entertainment) we watch every morning and evening 2 shows daily and sunday evenings 4shows although hawkeye can be a pain in the derriere!!!!!

      • Jane says:

        I was delighted to find that on the True Entertainment Channel in the UK they are running repeats of MASH. It first came on tv in the UK when I was 15, and I used to love watching with my Dad. But I had forgotten just how very funny and witty it was. I really look forward to the weekday evening 7 o’clock shows. For me it has to be one of the funniest, if not the funniest programme ever.

      • Mash was the best show on tv iwish there should be more shows contain more show of the diffrent milatoryshows that ate kids cpuld learn from and know just how are brave men and women go threw fighting for ate country god blessare people thankyou.

    • vee says:

      I loved them all. but I was very fond of harry morgan. when he passed I cried.such a good actor,also I watch him dragnet.also major Margret houlihan radar and kilger

    • Joy Moore says:

      It is amazing to watch MASH on “True”. It is wonderful to re-engage with the characters who gave us so much pleasure in the 70s when our boys were growing up. There has never been a show to equal MASH. The writing, direction, acting is second to none. I will watch it as long as I am alive; it is the only show on TV that both my husband and I can watch together, and laugh and laugh as we commiserate with the wonderful actors who bring such humanity and love to their parts. So sad that some of the actors passed away but unfortunately, inevitable. Long live MASH where their legacy is immortal and wil live forever. Thank you so much to all who were involved in this wonderful series.

  • Anita Walton says:

    I have EVERY episode of MASH on DVD..That way I can always go back to visit my favorite hospital crew.

  • steve says:

    i’d been a fan of the show since i was a kid,where can i watch all the episodes,they’re not available on hulu.com or crackle.com yet.

    • Elaine says:

      You can watch the show on TVLand if you have that channel.

      • Cliff Gieseke says:

        In San Antonio, TX we can watch MASH on MI TV Monday through Friday and on Sunday. In Tehran, Iran about 40 years ago when I was teaching English with Language House International, my wife and I watched it on AFRTS TV and on the Iranian international channel. It is still a favorite in reruns.

    • dan b says:

      you might try swap meets and thrift stores i found a mash trivia game at a yard sale about 5 years ago for 2.00 dollars, good luck in your search, dan.

    • Michaelangelo says:

      If u dont have cable metv or channle 10.2

  • carol guinn says:

    i love to look up my favorite shows and see where they are now. i even loved the show mash.it was a great show and they need to come out with a reunion of the show. from a big fan of mash.

    • Yes, I love M*A*S*H. See rerun episodes on Me Tv. 7 pm M-F

      There is a 30th reunion but nothing since.. Already character for col. Potter (Henry Morgan) has passed and Alan Arbus (Sidney Freedman) it would be wonderful to see those that are left to gather again. It’s over 40 years now.

  • Charles Bennett Jr says:

    I have always enjoyed Mash and I still do.One of the episodes were a cast member winds up preforming surgery on another cast member for a compartment hemerage put me on the spot when a patient in a locoal hospitol in Dearborn Michigan suffered from the same illness.I also delt with a nurse that Lorretta Switt protrayed.I loved the show then and even more now.

  • Michelle says:

    I’ve been watching mash since i can remember. I have all the seasons and a little merchandise, friends call me obsessed. I don’t care, i love the show, the cast, everything about it! The cast should be proud, there will never be a better show, even if they remade Mash it wouldn’t be the same without the original cast.

  • Wayne Sully says:

    The thing I loved about the show, was it showed that they could laugh while at war. It just showed that war was not the answer and they were there just too do a job. But also showing that they should not be there at all as peace was the obvious solution and not killing each other. Great show and I wish all take notice on what the message was.

  • Jerry Silva says:

    All good things come to an end (no matter what it is). M A S H It took the horror of war and turned it into a beautiful timed comedy segment
    of laughs and memoribilia (for those who remember the FORGOTTON WAR). For some of us the comedy was remembered as we may have
    fumbled through life. I praise the writers and actors for an unforgetable WELL DONE!!!

  • Wade M says:

    I’ll never forget M*A*S*H. I still watch it all the time, on History Television. I still laugh just as hard. Amazing cast, wonderful messages. I remember watching as a little kid, with my dad, every week, and both of us getting misty, when Hawkeye flew over the big “goodbye” sign, that BJ left for him. As we realized it was the end of a very special show. Thankyou all, for such a great series.

  • tje best of the best. the best show on TV.

  • Ms Winston says:

    My favorite television program. It has generational appeal, as it is also a favorite of my adult son and my teenage grandson. It was the right blend of comedy and drama, and the cast was just inspired. I am glad to see that so many members of the cast are still with us and having successful careers “after MASH.”

  • c sonter says:

    Iam 23 i got hooked to m.a.s.h when i was 14 that year i got deesher all got a mentell dessebillte and some more things it hellp me so much so much that i can manig i wouldet be here iam carrentlly on my 3 set of DVD’s of sirres thank evry one involved in m.a.s.h of what thay done and acheved u hellp me throw the tufthtime Thank you All so much

  • Adam says:

    Sad to learn Harry Morgan died last month. R.I.P

    I have loved this program since I was about 7

    I was 1 years old when the program ended and it is still on tv

    In my opinion it is the best show ever

    • Cliff Gieseke says:

      The only other show I liked as much as MASH was Northern Exposure. I wish they also had it in reruns as they do MASH.

  • BEYOND A DOUBT, AN ABSOLUTELY PHENOMINAL SHOW WITH A superb cast.To be honest I wouldn’t
    have minded seeing Lorretta Switt Reprise Sally Kellermans shower scene from the movie version.I think Margarett Houlihan was hot weather played by Switt or by Kellermann

    • Sabra Stiehl says:

      I agree with you about Loretta. She was wonderful in the part. I’m replying to your comment at this late date to inform you that the prototype for Margaret Houlihan was my mother’s younger sister, Margaret Cudd, as an Army captain the head nurse in a Mash unit in Korea. She was later discovered to have breast cancer while she was the director of nurses’ training at Gaston Memorial Hospital in Gastonia, N.C. and after being let go likely because she would not let the head of the hospital have a key to the narcotics locker she continually traveled to Bethesda in MD for chemotherapy in its initial stages, which was extremely toxic then, but because the cancer had metasticized throughout her body she finally succumbed after about 15 years of that. While she was in Korea I as a high school kid drove her ’52 Pontiac Chieftan.

  • Ralph says:

    As a completist who watches the whole 11 Season Run at least once a year, I’d sure love to have AfterMASH on DVD (along with bonus feature, the unsold W*A*L*T*E*R pilot).

  • Don says:

    There are not enough superlatives to express how excellent MASH was as still is. What is tell tale about how well done the show is, is that its not dated….at all. It is as funny, as moving and as thought provoking now as it was when it began….perhaps even more so. For me M*A*S*H is tied for the best show ever with West Wing….. another show of hope with a positive spirit.

  • Chris & Marie says:

    No matter how young or old MASH will be a part of us all forever you can watch over and over again its been a pleasure to watch

    • Bob Mee says:

      Greatness never dies,this is the tops as far as i am concerned,i am 63 from Leeds in England.and i had tears in my eyes,as each one of them left,this show will never be beaten.
      We can revisit at the touch of a button,even though they grow old,they stay the same.
      Thanks for a million laughs.

  • m. rowell says:

    please continue to rerun this series, the best tv series ever..cast perfect….thanks again guys

  • Chris says:

    I love this tv show. I watched it with my dad and now that I have kids, we watch it every night on tvland. This was one of the best shows on tv. R.I.P. McLean Stevenson, Larry Linville and Harry Morgan, you will never be forgotten.

  • Jimmy L Frost Sr says:

    I watched every episode of M*A*S*H when it first come to T.V. and I watch it now in reruns, my youngest son has the complete series on D.V.D. and we have watched each disc had a M*A*S*H marathon, and will stop and watch every show when it’s on T.V. we were both sadden when “Colonel Potter” Harry Morgan passed and also when “Frank Burns” Larry Linville left us both were out standing actors I wish T.V would go back to this style of shows, my son and I both miss the show a lot, and all the smiles it brought

  • Simmy says:

    Have watched MASH since it started, I never tire of it, in fact watching it now on Comedy Central, Even got the wife converted.(Its took years)
    Fab story lines, brilliant actors, never fails to make me laugh and brings an odd tear. Not much to compare it with these days. Sorry to hear Harry M passed away loved his little ditties as “Potter”

  • Viv says:

    I have watched MASH for the last 31 years. I have watched episodes over and over again and still find that it has been the best series ever produced.
    All characters were suited to the the roles they had to play. after comming on this site I have learnt that there was a series called after MASH which I am yet to see. I am really sorry to hear thosed characters who have passed away. This series will stay very close to all who Love MASH. Well done guys……….
    God Bless.

  • Elaine Stubbs says:

    Truly the finest TV show ever made. I still watch the reruns every night. I read the book, then saw the movie. When the TV show first aired, I wasn’t impressed since it was so different. Sure didn’t take me long to fall deeply in love with it!!

    Why don’t they make great TV shows anymore?

  • The best show ever made these people were like therapy for me if I was having a bad day it is like having some good friends come over to cheer you up. The clever word play is hysterical. I am a M*A*S*H devotee.

  • I’ve been waiting for some time to comment about MASH……………..I am 81 yrs. old, a widow of almost fifteen years, my hubby, an Air Force veteran died in less than five months with this terrible cancer problem, of which the world is a victim for years now and after having six kids, their great spouses, 13 grandkids, three who are married, a granddaughter who still serves in the military, and five great grandkids, thus don’t see them too much as most have moved across our wonderful USA, two of which have served in the military, one for 22 yrs and lives the furthest from our home here in a small town in Wisconsin. and TV these days are mostly reruns, or disgusting sex shows, violence, monsters, etc., so I watch the “old” wonderful shows of yesterday. I guess I didn’t realize how many of the shows there were, but they are my entertainment of the last few years especially, as although I still volunteer in a few things, the energy level and recent health problems slowed me down. Many compliments to all involved in the show, it is my entertainment almost every day, God Bless you, Everyone, you will never know how much it has meant to my life style, so I am happy to compliment those who keep going for a long time, whether repeats or not…………God Bless All of You, and God Bless America.’

    • Doug says:

      I just finished watching the last show….I can’t believe how long it has been….it brought tears to my eyes again. It was the best tv show EVER! Cheers to everyone that made it possible and good entertainment!

  • Mary Lanier says:

    I grew up on M*A*S*H ,my Dad said if it wasn’t for the crazy ones like Hawkeye ,Trapper ,& B.J. he said that you would “go crazy”. My 3 children also likewise when they stopped with free TV, one of my 6 brothers bought the series & they didn’t miss TV,even their friends got into it! Thanks to all involved with a great show .I wish I could find ” AFTERMASH” for all of us to enjoy too ! ! love ya’ll ,Mary

  • James Carver says:

    I especially enjoyed the episode when Hawkeye noticed that Margarette was using a hands free method of scratching her gluteus maximus due to a bad case of prickly heat, or as Colonel Potter said, rump rot complicated by the fact that the hospital was out of shake campho phenique which meant that the fire on the old back porch continued to burn. Moreover, that all of Margarette’s personal information was announced over the PA. Thank you very much for all of the many belly laughs, tis a shame that all good things must come to an end, nevertheless, I pray that the good clean humor of MASH will live forever.

    Blessings From Above,

    -James

  • Ronnie Bloomfield says:

    I have been enjoying mash all it’s life,the tears,the lafter all all else It could throw at me. still watching and still laughing. currently still tv. have also full. set on dvd. keeping the memory alive.Ronnie… Australia..

  • Carl says:

    M.A.S.H. is one of those shows where once its gone you know there will ever be another like it and that makes you happy and sad at the same time

  • charles Bennett Jr says:

    I enjoy watching mash in sindication on TV Land.I grew up watching MASH as a child and even now. I have even had a run in with a blond nurse like what was protrayed by Loretta Swit. I must say it is funny as
    all hell to watch MASH and now have a better understanding of it. I enjoyed every one of the episodes that the late Harry Morgan was on. Rest in Peace Col.

  • Scott Van Dusen says:

    There is one thing to say about MASH is it was the greatest TV show based on what realy happen at war,

  • DrDan says:

    My wife Gerda and I just watched a MASH updated reunion special (we have viewed them before)! We have always greatly enjoyed the series, actors, and integrity of the directors, producers, and staff that brought it all together! In 1974 I entered the US Army Medical Service Corps after a break in service to earn a degree! The first unit I served in was a medical field unit not unlike the old MASH units! Different setting, different humor, the seriousness that is due all team members and especially patients! I served 30 years on Active Duty! It was an honor! I now am semi-retired, still surf (longboard) California waves, do volunteer service (Gerda & I), and teach as an adjunct professor online with a USA medical school! A realistic TV show of that quality can have a very positive impact on a young guy who is a thinking person and who wants to make a difference! MASH had that impact on me as a young man growing up in S. CA!

  • Elsie Morgan says:

    As all the other people have written, I too enjoyed Mash so much. and tried never to miss an episode. Each one of the actors was so authentic in their roles it was hard to believe, this was not a real Medical Unit. They do not make shows like that these days, and TV has really turned into a nonsence box, Unless you have cable all that is available, is sex, and the hint of sex, in all presentations. I was sad to hear of the passing of three of the beloved
    actors, they will remain ever in the heart of me and other loyal watchers. I have not seen Radar’s favorite soda, since I left New York for California, 37 years ago. Nehi, was very popular back East, (as was Celery Tonic.) Anything Alan Alda, is in I rejoice in watching. I am remembering, with a smile, “Same Time Next Year.”) My thanks go out to the entire cast, and those who are no longer with us, for keeping so many of us wonderfully entertained through the years….God bless.

  • Jason Corfield says:

    Happy 40th M*A*S*H*

  • Julia says:

    Just watched the last episode of MASH… Where do the years go? One thing for sure, MASH will be around for many generations to enjoy. That’s what is so amazing…. A classic…It will keep on showing, for 100 years+.

  • Janet says:

    I grew up watching MASH. I remember watching the showing while eating dinner every night. The funny part is the reruns have caught my children’s attention and they are watching it too! My daughter is 17 and son is 11. This was when TV was worth watching. I don’t watch much anymore because the quality and meaning aren’t there anymore. I still cry on sad episodes and laugh even though I have seen every episode more than once. They made a good quality show that will continue on through several generations! How can you beat that! Thank you to every one who created and the cast of making a show last forever!

  • Don says:

    My favorite after Mash performance was David Ogden Stiers in Doc Hollywood as Mayor Nick Nicholson of Grady, AL. He was a hoot.

  • Dan says:

    If you live in little ol’ Waldport Oregon, you can see David Ogden Stiers at the grocery store, post office, video store. He drives an electric Tesla sports car. I have seen him at least a dozen or more times.

  • Elizabeth says:

    I love MASH. Normal kids my age don’t watch MASH but i love it. I wonder if they will have a reunion this year. That would be super cool.

  • Bruce says:

    If Larry Linville didn’t do an outstanding job of playing Frank Burns, the show wouldn’t have been as big of a success. Great acting by everyone, but Mr. Linville steals the show in the early years.

  • Julie says:

    Does anyone know where in Australia I can purchase “AfterMASH”?

  • Cliff Gieseke says:

    I first watched MASH when I lived in Iran for 3 years, teaching English as a foreign language in an Iranian army base in the south of Tehran. I think it helped to maintain my sanity in that crazy place. My wife and I watched it on AFRTS and on the Iranian international channel. … My wife and I still enjoy watching reruns on MeTV in San Antonio. I never tire of watching reruns.

  • Terence Carey says:

    I am not a viewer of soaps, but was visiting at a nursing home where someone had “Days Of Our Lives” on and I noticed what appeared to be a cameo of Larry Christopher as a priest.
    Is he a regular on that show, or ???
    I am a devoted viewer of Mash, having served in the Army at the tail end of the Korean Conflict.

  • richard palleschi says:

    I’ll make this short so i dont get emotional. I watch MASH all the time. Great clean show. My dad was there in the war. He was a medic he liked watching the show but now he is blind. He told me about picking up the wounded and bringing them for help. And sometimes bringing the dead back for the families to have someone to burry. HARD LIFE. When he got back to the states he got a job as a grave digger.
    I got a lot of respect for my dad & all the vets of the forgotten war.
    To all god bless, & if that offends you go to china or North Korea

  • Don McCoy says:

    I just watched one of my favorite episodes on TV Land- The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan- from 1976. This featured my all time favorite bit characters in any TV show- Col. Flag. He was the greatest. M*A*S*H was an incredible series, but I do have to say I lost interest when some of the characters got involved in the writing. The show became rather “preachy” and lost it’s edge, especially after the departure of Major Frank Burns- the guy everyone loved to hate. The first 6 or 7 years of the series are absolutely the best.

  • jj says:

    i belive there was a dog in the show called meat ball..he is supposed to look like my friend mark..cant find any reference..what kind of dog was he..pics ?..please help..great show..jj

  • julie says:

    I watch mash on tv land every night and I love the show I don’t know of this dog but I am for the first time watching the series in order which is a lot of fun

  • LauraRN says:

    I dearly love MASH. I watch the reruns every day like clockwork. I also own a small MASH collection; toys, action figures..things like that. People think I’m kinda nutty but I have yet to see another TV show that is as good as MASH, except for the Andy Griffith show, which I also love. There will never be shows like this on TV again, as far as I am concerned. As you watch the show you sense the camaradarie between the cast members…this is what made the show so wonderful. I will be terribly sad if the reruns are ever taken off of TV. As a nurse, I can relate to the character of Margaret Houlihan. She is tough when she has to be; she is always on top of her game at work and she takes pride in the work she does. Long live MASH!

  • Lt. Dan says:

    I watched MASH with my late mom and dad when it originally aired. Oh, did they laugh and laugh; and I did too.

    My mom loved the theme song, although she said it was sad. I bought the record for her one Christmas and she loved it.

    This site and the re-runs really bring back memories that make me both happy and sad. I don’t know why.

    ~Lt. Dan

  • miculescu razvan says:

    i’m from romania , and i can say only: MASH is the best show ever. I think it has the most recognizable musical score. This show showed all aspects of human emotions, from comedy to drama to the death of a beloved character (Henry Blake). I don’t think there is or was another TV show that can replicate these emotions

    i love mash….all the people act in the mash…..and at that time mash come’s to finish…me and my family r cryng…yes….beakause all my family love MASH 4007

    R.I.P for Colonel Blake , Colonel Potter , Frank….. rest in peace , never forget you guy’s :((

    Special Respect for Alan Alda (Hawkeye) , Wayne Rogers (Trapper) , Mike Farrell (B.J.) … and the little RADAR Gary Burghoff

    sorry but here is what i really want to say with google translate help:

    I would like to say that I regret enormously that killed some of the best I have watched mash 4007, from the first to the last episode, I might add that I cried with the whole family at the end of those episodes, all I can I regret to say is that he had finally best players, who are in love and you will not forget until the day I die, will respect you all and love God’s rest on those who no longer with us

  • Vera says:

    I love this show, they have I LOVE LUCY AND GOLDEN GIRLS, but it would be great to have this on tv, even if is
    at late night showing. A lot of the people are retired, who enjoyed a laugh and could feel good about television.
    Instead of stupid shows like Jersey Girls,Honey Boo Boo who just want to show how low-life they are.

  • christian says:

    Rest In Peace Harry Morgan….. Colonel Potter wa
    s my favorite character. Loved him.

  • Donna says:

    Loved this show. Still watch in reruns. Equivalent to Seinfeld .never tired of it

  • Hobie Statzer says:

    Before going to Nam I thought MASH was a mockery of the military. After getting homee I accidently caught MASH on TV and changed my opinion drastically. Even in a war zone we kept our sense of humor, just like in MASH.
    God bless all the characters (actors).Thank you. I Watch the reruns EVERY day they are on.
    H. Statzer

  • Jerry Seitz says:

    Just finished watching my 3rd MASH marathon since last July. My daughter bought me the full MASH series for my birthday a few years ago and it is far and away better than any thing on tv for the last 20 years. Thank you to all the actors who made the characters come to life.

  • charley clarke says:

    i enjoy the reruns now more than i did when it was popular.it breaks my heart to hear that morgan and linville are gone

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  • Bill says:

    As I writing this MASH is playing on the TV. With all the violence going on in this world I use MASH as my escape from reality when I’m not ridding my Harley. I loved this show and will follow it in reruns for as long as I live. Funny show and fantastic stories lines, radar just told Henry that the paper he signed was top secret, give up ? Love and Marriage

  • M*A*S*H is and will be one of my all time favorite shows on TV. I still watch all the re-runs and enjoy each one as if it were the first time I ever watched it! We don’t have TV shows like that anymore.

  • Thomas says:

    RIP Allan Arbus. Sidney Freedman was a great character because of you. As my family gets older we appreciate your advice more and more: “Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice, pull down your pants and slide on the ice.”

    Great show, we make a pilgrimage to the M*A*S*H site in Malibu Creek State Park almost every July. Thanks for all the great memories and we hope the reruns stay in syndication as well. It’s always a great pick me up after a rough day in the ROK or the USA ;-).

  • Dana Glass says:

    To whom it may concern
    Hello, I do have an autograph signed by Radar himself he was tour when they had the slot machine of the tv show. IT would be nice if I could get it sold so, if you are a really DIE DIE DIE HARD Radar fan and if you are interest in it please contact me at this address. Thank you very much Miss Dana Glass

  • Jeff Newton says:

    I am a M*A*S*H aholic!!! I watch it everyday I can My wife can recite lines that are coming up in any episode before the scene happens. We have the DVD set and I still watch it from the History channel. In fact am going to watch 2 right now. Dear Sigmund, and Mulcahy’s War. Newt Out!

  • Andy says:

    I love M*A*S*H just like you guys do but I wood like for there too be a remake I mean some of the actor are getting up there in age if there was a remake we could see them make gest aperients you know what I mean

  • Quentin Singleton says:

    Mash was 1 of the best comedies of all time.

  • mick says:

    I am a grown man and im no girly type either.i work in construction and am hard as nails.i don’t cry for anything or anybody except? ive watched mash when I was a kid and I still watch it now whenever its on.Well I have cried a couple of times over tv shows,maybe three times and two of those have been when I watched to final going home episode.I just finshed watching it and I can barely talk so im typing.Just chokes me up everytime.Maybe it reminds me of my youth but I think its because I loved every character dearly.

  • David W in Australia says:

    They played the final show again the other day and still got tears in my eyes when the whole crowd had to say their farewells. I really don’t think anyone can watch the episode when Henry dies and Radar tells the operating crew and not get choked up.
    A credit to all characters , production staff and extra who made a truly remarkable TV show.

  • Roy says:

    One of my history professors at Auburn University would end class early during summer semester so he and any of us that wanted to could convene at his house to watch the 2pm rerun of MASH. We did this every day during that summer session. I got an “A” and a lifetime of memories. Well done 4077th and Prof. Sanders.

  • Rita Sanyal says:

    LOVE YOU RADAR & HAWK EYE DID A SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUPER GOOD JOB!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Annie says:

    Just never be a show like it again ! Try and watch all repeats when we can….how I wish those actors (all) were still give is laughs now….

  • David says:

    Grew up with M*A*S*H… dad controlled the TV and it was either watch it or go without, I was 6 at the time. But I grew to love the show and then spent the next 11 watching it. I now have the complete DVD set with the 30th reuinion show and the movie.

    We tried aftermash, but it just didn’t have the same “feel” to it and it didn’t last anyway.

    Always sorry and sad to hear of the death of one of the cast, but life marches on.

    And yes I tear up watching the finale. Probably influenced my decision to join the army.

    • Sammy says:

      David you joined the army? why? MASH is about the futility of war, of war mongering politicians and media who lie and send young men and women to die and to kill without question!! War is an investment disguised as a humanitarian act. Propaganda makes you hate others and to kill them.
      Haweye said, ‘yes we the round eyed are bringing democracy to these slant eyed, and also flatulance and heart disease…..etc.
      I just hope you did not use Maj. Frank as your role model. Take care son.

  • Lorena says:

    I love M*A*S*H and have watched every episode many times, I always laugh and cry.
    Alan Alda was so clever, I adored all the actors and their characters.

  • Allisa says:

    This show has meant more to me as the years have passed. My father, who adopted me, retired as a Lt. Col. in the Army and fought in WWII. He had fond and heart-felt memories from that time. As a child I grew up with a stiff older man who reminisced of younger days. This show helped him and myself to bridge the generation gap! I appreciate the actors, writers, directors and all who were involved in the making of this show. Re-runs or not, it is timeless for myself and now my children!

  • Peter says:

    Mash a show without equal. Look at the long list of great and positive comments about the show. Each and every character was unique and they all came together to produce a series that is timeless. It has brought much joy to millions and will continue to do so for generations to come.

  • BJ Smith says:

    I was married during the Korean conflict, so it was a very important time in my life. I had been left with five children & no husband so when M.A.S.H. was made I worked day & night & had never seen either the movie or the TV show. Being able to see the show in sequence now is wonderful. Bless everyone connected with that effort. There is nothing that comes close to this show in every way possible. Thank everyone who is keeping this wonder on the air after all these years.

  • Carrie Johnson says:

    i love M*A*S*H*. when i was a baby me and my dad use to watch it all the time. he sit in his chair and would hold me in his arms.

  • Mary says:

    I love Mash and I have all eleven years of Mash andIwatch it all the time.

  • jeff says:

    i remember watching this show when i was little . as kids we didnt like the show at first but as we got older . we enjoyed it . i love watching the reruns . it brings back so many memories . it brought tears to my eyes when i watched the last episode . it was very sad to see the show end

  • Jim Scott says:

    Mash will live on in perpetuity as an important part of Americana. I never tire of seeing any of the episodes and they are all pure genius.. and funny…and sometimes sad…but always perfection. If anyone out there would like to see all the 11 seasons please check with your local library.. you should be able to borrow a season at a time (about 4 discs per season). Enjoy! There will be will few shows of Mash’s magnitude in our lifetime. Kudos to all who wrote, produced, acted and in any way contributed to favor us with this magnificent series.

  • Pat Leveling says:

    M*A*S*H is greatest. I always wondered why the names of the episodes were not given when they were shown. I honestly never knew they had names until several years later. Does any know why the names were not given?

  • Rob L says:

    MASH always has been one of my fave shows. Actually, it’s my fave ever. Only one thing about this article….”Linville was present at the closing of the 43rd Mobile Army Surgical Hospital — the inspiration for M*A*S*H‘s 4077th ”
    Dr. H. Richard Hornberger (Richard Hooker), one of the authors of the books MASH based the book on his time as an Army doctor at the 8055th MASH not the 43rd.

    Other then that, it’s pretty cool and a bit sad, to see what happened to the cast.

  • Domenic Snead says:

    Simply stated Mash is a classic in every sense of the word. People will be watching this series long after we are all gone and enjoy it as much as we all did. It is truly a timeless work of art and creativity. Thank-you to all involved, actors, writers, directors, producers etc..

  • Johnny says:

    I am 21 now, and used to watch M*A*S*H as a kid all the time. During high school I would stay up on Fox, waiting for midnight to come, as they would play 2 glorious episodes of this masterpiece of a show. And a year and a half ago someone bought me the entire series on DVD… This is what I do recreationally at college (well this and video games). MASH will never get old. There are so many moments that make you laugh, tear up, and want to fight for what’s right.

    I’ve always wanted to meet Alan Alda or any of them…
    Thanks MASH and the cast–you were truly amazing.

  • Kelly says:

    You can watch episodes again and again. It is a really good show.

  • Larry says:

    M*A*S*H has been a favorite of mine for years , there’s no other series like it….a writing and acting masterpiece.

  • robert says:

    the whole thing is very watchable, it makes moden shows pale, you can understand the frustration of the real life medics at the front line.

  • Caroline says:

    So glad this is being repeated on television. Even though I have the DVD set I still watch it every night and still laugh!!

  • Max says:

    Best show ever put on tv

  • Max says:

    M*A*S*H. Has brought me many laughs it rases my spirit I what it every time it comes on I’ve seen every episode 1,000,000 times and I will wach them all 1,000,000 more time

  • Mark says:

    Best of the best. They don’t make TV like this anymore.

  • Steve Staehr says:

    Love mash.. I have the every season on dvd. My wife has learned to love it to..Flagg was a favorite.

  • Peter Ballan says:

    My wife and I watch the series every night on Brit TV, and are always touched by the kindness and sensitivity of every program. It is one of America’s finest hours of television. We are of ‘that age’ where we can remember it when it first came out, and feel warmed again by the quality of it all. Thanks to all the cast, again and again.

  • Maboza Ritchie says:

    Easily the best series of all time.

  • ken spencer says:

    Pure Magic……..they will never grow old.

  • Linda says:

    I watched the show with my mum when it first started then with my two boys and now with my teenage grandson. I still love it. The best show ever.

  • Diane says:

    I use to watch MASH when it was first on when I was younger and loved it then; I even got myself t shirts with the logo on in the 70’s. I have now got the box set and I have watched it all 4 times since getting it in 2011 love the show really can beat MASH especially Radar considering the show lasted 3 times longer than the war did.

  • Bristol1 says:

    In this day and age you cherish the things that make you smile! That is why I watch it with my 10 year old daughter, and hopefully someday with my grandchildren. Thank you to all involved!!!

  • Marti Birdsall says:

    I still watch reruns of M*A*S*H on ME TV ( Memorable Entertainment TV, channel 64.2 on digital TV). Today’s episode was Radar’s farewell and I wept. M*A*S*H is my favorite show out of all of them, and even with today’s 21st century TV shows, M*A*S*H is still my #1 favorite. Thanks to all these wonderful actors/actresses, producers, etc, living and gone…. You’re the best!

  • Mac McQuinn says:

    I still watch the repeats, and still find it fresh and alive as when it was first aired. Will never grow tired of watching it.Best series ever.

  • Ben Makila says:

    Mash is a part of my day.
    After work l take half hour to unwind.
    Mash is just the thing that makes me laugh

  • Dr. Jack says:

    As a Korean war vet, I really loved the show, except the constant complaining about the food. They should have tried to eat what ever you could find, if anything, in a foxhole. My sons grew up watching MASH. Lying on the living room floor and doing home work. I echo other comments. Beyond a doubt, the best ever.

  • Stefani Harris says:

    Don’t forget the crusty. Auto mechanic “Rizzo” He ended up on The Closer as one of the detectives under the Acting Chief Brenda Johnson. (Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Bacons real life wife
    Hansdome with all his white hair

  • Holly Jones says:

    I watched the show when I was a kid. I bought it when it came out on DVD. I have every episode and every special too. I just bought every episode of After Mash and Walter. I know that there was only one show of Walter but I wanted it to complete my Mash. I love this show so much. It has touched my life in so many ways. I also love watching it when I am depressed, sad, or life has me down. It is great for a pick me up. It touch so many issues in life just not in TV land but in real life. I love the show and I miss the actors that has pasted away.

  • Sharman says:

    M.A.S.H in India came in 1992. I was so hooked onto it that i would bunk my classes to watch it and no matter where i would be during the day, i would manage to reach home before time to watch every episode. Now, comedy central been showing the same and i ensure i watch it come what may. Hawk’s character is certainly an inspiration but i personally enjoyed frank,henry and charles’s performances. Klinger too is so much fun and i loved the cameo of colonnel Flag.

  • DENNIS says:

    I never caught M*A*S*H as a kid, when it came out, but I am so glad it is being repeated.What class acting and writing, together with sharp wit, constant one-liners and brilliant characters. A fantastic creation that really hits the mark and is delivered skillfully and bang on time. Full respects to all who made it happen.

  • boris spaztokovich says:

    mash was sanctimonious american comedy at its best. a close second to the cosby show. we need more morality for the mindless!

  • sue shaw says:

    I grew up watching these fabulous shows and now I am growing old with them I still enjoy every one of the shows and they still make me cry smile and laugh and are still one of the most enjoyable shows on TV

  • Alan Caldwell says:

    I was a teenager when the show first came on air, used to travel to my late sisters home to watch it over a curry and beer, we laughed, cried and would not have missed a show . The humour was very special, life was up there for all to see and I guess it steered me in my own life and how to deal with different situations.
    The show is currently being re-run and yes you’ve guessed right Im back in front of the TV loving every minute of it.
    A big thanks to all the cast for making this life a whole lot of fun, just wish I could have met you guys & girls.

  • Annette says:

    Thanks for all the information, on what happened to them all. We are watching the programme at the moment, and it strangely gives such joy. I laugh and cry in equal measures. It was truly a great show and they all made it so. Do they get to see these comments, I wonder.

  • faith wieman says:

    I am only 11 but I still know mash season 3, 4, and 5 by heart and my children will also watch these seasons.

  • Gill noury says:

    A truly memorable show which transcends age and nationality
    I never tire of watching and each episode is funny and thought provoking in equal measure
    Thanks to everyone who made special programme

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  • Sandra Forde says:

    Mash is such a classic, great to see the reruns on True Entertainment every evening while having dinner. The humour has stood the test of time, still so funny and I like the way the characters bounce off one another. The essence of a quality show. Simply Wonderful.

  • mike pirkl says:

    I love watching mash radar is my favorite but they all make me laugh. klinger is a cross dresser to try and get a sec 8 and the nurses never get any rest but very funny show i like father malcahey what ever happened to him i think gary burgoff was on Hollywood squares. watch the show on me tv thank for allgreat show

  • bob lavinski says:

    best tv show ever..i laughed i cried and the same thing happens now with the reruns….which i watch 2/day..bob lavinski

  • George Styer says:

    Many thanks to True TV for the rerun, I love the series, excellent with a capital E

  • WW says:

    This is April, 2014. What a classic. We watch it for an hour each night,,, still enjoy even the re-runs. I wonder if the actors ever thought that their work would live on and be so popular, even after some of the soles passed on?

    Better be proud of what you do, it could be around forever.

    WW

  • Sammy says:

    I am glad that I am not alone here. Either you like MASH 4077 or you don’t. I am so crazy about the re runs on True Entertainment UK that I have even bought a box set just incase I miss an episode. I have tried to get my friends interested in it, but I guess they do not appreciate the values this program brings.
    As a boy I watched the original shows, bought a Mash T shirt and even visited the site in California.
    ‘I am a peace monger’ (Hawkeye).

  • Cavell Dean says:

    On 14th February this year, for his birthday, I bought my son the complete set of DVD’s of every MASH show from start to finish. It was the very, very best present he has ever had! Every day we watch many of the shows, over and over. It doesn’t matter how many times you see them, every time you always get the best belly laughs. What a fabulous way to start a day!

    CD

  • Judy says:

    40 – 30 years ago…..MASH was one of the best programmes on television. Today, it is one of the [very few] best programmes on television. So wonderful to see it all again, without having to wait a week for the next episode.

  • Margaret Smart says:

    Watched and cried through the whole of last night’s offering showing the end of the War. Enjoy a good cry and can’t wait for the whole series to come on again. Might even buy the box set of all the series. Wonderful.

  • Annie says:

    I remember watching it way back when and watch it now jus about everyday on ME TV. It is a true classic!

  • Vicki says:

    I watched all the M*A*S*H programs and still continue to watched today and still enjoy them.

    From New Zealand 30/05/2014 08:18a.m.

  • J P says:

    pure TV gold it was shown in the UK without a laughter track and it was all the better for it it was more like a comedy drama with real laugh out loud moments and truly tear inducing segments. when the US produce quality TV no one in the world can even come close, sublime and distilled comedy at it’s best

  • kevin says:

    I agree with every thing i have read here,mash is the best comedy show that i have ever watched,the comedy is still on a par with any comedy show of today,
    other comedy shows from that era just do not carry the the comedy in later years Mash does that and more.

  • kevin says:

    I forgot to add i am a Brit

  • raymond bernasconi says:

    In the introductory scene an animal runs off on the top left hand corner. Please to settle an argument – is that a dog or a pig?

  • Geraldine McTavish says:

    When Trapper, Frank Burns, and Major Blake left, the show took on a wussified, Politically Correct slant. It was a sad turn of what was an otherwise brilliant show.

  • Jonathon Symes says:

    Well, what further positives can one add after reading the above unanimous comments of generations of M*A*S*H viewers. The humour never ages, the actors never fail to convincingly portray their roles. I watch reruns from 6:15 til 7:15 nightly (Whoever slotted that time slot on channel 1 in Australia is also obviously a comedian) but I find that by watching M*A*S*H and missing the daily half hour news slots, a pleasure. Thank you all who served in front and behind the camera of the series, God bless all of those who have passed on, for when we still watch, you remain the same young faces, as ours grow old. Words truly cannot describe the joy and though it has been over 40 years since I first watched the series, my laughter still remains a tearful bellyache of genuine appreciation of great humour and superb acting. Jon PS… (and phew! Where can I get Hotlips phone number, she’s still HOT

  • Missed it first time round on UK TV but now enjoying reruns on Freeview 61 True Entertainment. Only drawback is the canned background laughter. I also picked up some DVDs in a charity shop and a book with details of every episode! A calssic and also recorded the 20 and 30th TV reunion shows which were very emotional.

  • paul johnson says:

    it was a good show I still watch it to this day. ilove it so much I went
    out and bought the box set of all shows.

  • Avelino R. Mayoral says:

    I’ve liked MASH since he first came out of the television series. I own the entire MASH series. I pull the DVDs out every now and then just to watch, what I would say, 100 times. I could not imagine anyone not liking MASH.

    MASH fan
    Avelino R. Mayoral

  • mike says:

    One of the most memorable television moments that has stuck in my memory was when Hawkeye lost his mind over a suffocated baby. I can’t watch it without bursting into tears.
    I also can’t forbear to bursting into laughter over what for me was the most funniest moment easy to miss:
    Frank Burns is in the shower, Hawkeye says ‘Keep still Frank’, then swats him with a towel. Franks says ‘Did you get it?’
    Whereas Hawkeye replies ‘Get what?’
    Priceless

  • karen winks says:

    Mash is back kjpw chanel 2 on the direct t.v. It is great to watch my mother and I use to watch it all the time. She is no longer with me but I think of her now that I am watching Mash. god bless those actor that are still with us and also those who have passed.

  • Carl says:

    You all continue to make me smile every night I watch you. Thank you watching season 4 :-) Again

  • Shane Pike says:

    What a wonderful show. I still love it after all these years. Watching MASH is sort of like hanging out with old buddies. Gives me warm fuzzies.

  • They shall never grow old…

  • TOM MC KENNA says:

    I LIKED M .A,S,H. IN SPITE OF ALAN ALDA

  • Rusty Calder says:

    Very talented people and such a great show.

  • stan says:

    I remember growing with mash every week we could not wait to see the next show Of course I was just a teen now I am 53 and I still miss the show . Always and forever mash

  • Sharon says:

    Best show ever! I watch it Monday thru Friday from 7 to 8! The only show I can watch over and over and never become tired of it.

  • Doug T says:

    Finally watched the final episode. What a powerful ending. Will never forget how truly great this show was.

  • Allan says:

    Watched M.A.S.H when it first aired and still watching it … In fact it’s on in about half an hour … Two shows, 6 days a week … Gotta love that!

  • marilyn says:

    MASH is timeless, it is still funny this many years after the fact, and never gets old. Reading comments here others think so too, it has then the hallmarks of a true classic. Good to see that MEtv has it, 2 shows six days a week.

  • Gaynor says:

    Have just finished watching series 6 and loved every minute. The main 8 characters have become family now :-)
    It’s such a pleasure to watch
    … fun and human and real

    Thank you to all. involved

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