M*A*S*H on Home Video

Learn about M*A*S*H on home video.

“Goodbye, Farewell and Amen” was the first episode of M*A*S*H to be released on home video in 1983. Columbia House began selling VHS tapes in 1992 followed by DVDs in 2002.

M*A*S*H at the Smithsonian

Learn about the M*A*S*H exhibition at the Smithsonian.

The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History held an exhibition called “M*A*S*H — Binding Up the Wounds” from July 1983 through January 1985. Learn all about the sets and props included that were on display.

M*A*S*H in Syndication

Learn about M*A*S*H in syndication in the United States.

Repeats of M*A*S*H started airing on CBS in 1977 before the series went into local syndication in 1979. It began airing on cable channel FX in 1998. Learn all about the show’s syndication history in this in-depth article.

Goodbye, Farewell and Amen Ratings Analysis

Learn about ratings for the M*A*S*H series finale.

How many viewers watched “Goodbye, Farewell and Amen” in February 1983? Was it 125 million or 105 million? How many of the records the finale set have since been broken? Learn more by reading my in-depth ratings analysis.

Making M*A*S*H

Learn about the 1981 documentary Making MASH.

“Making M*A*S*H” was a documentary produced during Season 8 and broadcast on PBS in January 1981. An edited version later aired in syndication. Learn all about it.


All about M-U-S-U-H, the animated spoof of M*A*S*H.

Animated spoof M-U-S-H, a segment of a Saturday morning kid’s show called Uncle Croc’s Block, aired on ABC from September 1975 to February 1976.