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Favourite characters Hawkeye, Hot Lips, Klinger, Col. Blake et al all return in M*A*S*H Season Two with even more absurd humour, outrageous situations and side-splitting laughs from the 4077 th Unit Medical Army Surgical Unit.
M*A*S*H Season Two boasts some of the most timeless and unforgettable moments in the show's history. The chaos kicks off in the opening episode Divided We Stand when an army psychiatrist is sent to investigate the 4077 th for possible mental breakdowns. Just as Col. Blake is explaining what a solid, dependable bunch his men are, Klinger enters wearing an evening gown complete with corsage! Will he do anything to get discharged?
Many of the uproarious situations are created by the medics' weaknesses for a quick buck and distraction from their duties. In Five O'Clock Charlie an inept North Korean enemy provides much-needed entertainment for the medics and soldiers with an ineffectual daily bombing run. Hawkeye and the rest take bets on how far Charlie is going to miss the target by, but when General Clayton arrives to see if he's won the bet the pilot finally hits something... the General's jeep!
M*A*S*H's light, satiric brilliance is evident throughout this second series. In Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde, Frank explains that the reason for the war lies behind the communists' jealousy of the superior Western quality of life; American bathrooms are just far superior! Hawkeye deduces that the quickest way to end the hostilities is to show the North Koreans that American latrines are actually quite unpleasant. He finds a suitable cubicle and tows it. The plan seemed to be a winner, were it not for the fact that a stunned General Clayton was using it at the time!
This landmark show is true classic viewing across all generations and remains legendary to audiences today. Its spirit is encapsulated by the visiting psychiatrist in the M*A*S*H Season 2 opener Divided We Stand:
DVD EXTRAS AND EPISODE GUIDE
DVD Subtitles: English SDH and French
DVD Original Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (full frame)
DVD Sound Quality: English 2.0 Mono
There is an Optional Laugh Track on each disc plus the following episodes:
Divided We Stand
5 O'Clock Charlie
For the Good of the Outfit
Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde
L.I.P (Local Indigenous Personnel
The Trial of Henry Blake
Carry on Hawkeye
Deal Me Out
Hot Lips and Empty Arms
Henry In Love
For Want of a Boot
The Chosen People
As You Were
A Smattering Of Intelligence