Another Round of Name That Episode?


The current fourth round of the Name That Episode game concludes in just a few weeks. Are people interested in continuing with another round? If so, should there be any changes to the next round?

I’ve toyed with the idea of enlarging a portion of an image from each episode but unfortunately images taken from the DVD sets look awful when blown up:

Can you tell which episode the image is from?

Another option is to use images from the new high definition, widescreen versions of the episodes currently streaming on Hulu:

Which episode is this from?

Or I can grab new images from all 251 episodes using the DVDs just like the previous four rounds.

If you have any suggestions about a possible Name That Episode V game, please share them in the comments.

8 Replies to “Another Round of Name That Episode?”

  1. I’d definitely like to see it going, although I can imagine how much work that must be to gather images from over 250 episodes and then make a post for each one, but I definitely enjoying playing.

    Blowing up the images is an interesting idea, but the quality is a bit low. Can’t seem to place that image although I recognize the guy. Maybe Aid Station.

    The HD image option would be a good way to mix it up too. That looks like Sticky Wicket.

    Maybe a mix of all three for round V to keep it interesting.

  2. Hello. I’m new to this site. I enjoy chatting about congruencies and sharing trivia. Speaking of the latter, that’s corporal Travis from ‘Mad Dogs and Servicemen’ talking to Radar about the last dog he saw he ate.

  3. The photo of the OR from this angle has me thinking ‘Fathers Day.’ The episode where we’re introduced to “Howitzer” Al Houlihan.

  4. The first photo appears to be from Mulcahey’s War. The medic is telling them that dogs are too smart to get injured but they had a goat once…

  5. Okay, it’s clear people want to continue with the Name That Episode game. A new round will get underway at some point in July. I’ll announce the start date once I decide when to begin.

    There doesn’t seem to be much interest in the 16:9 HD images, which is good because it’s a pain to grab them from Hulu. So, I’ll go back to my DVDs for images. Maybe I’ll toss in an enlarged image from the DVDs every so often to keep people on their toes.

    For the record, the enlarged image is from “Mulcahy’s War” and the 16:9 HD image is from “Sticky Wicket.”

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