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  • However, what's more notable is that I believe it's the last time ever that we see Klinger dressed in woman's garb

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      M*A*S*H: Guerilla My Dreams is a pretty intense episode which is also somewhat controversial in how it is played out. Alan Alda, who stars as Hawkeye Pierce, directed this intense episode. The show does include another cameo from Gary Burghoff as Radar O’Reilly. Burghoff has special billing in these opening episodes. He’s billed as ‘also starring Gary Burghoff as Radar O’Reilly’ which

      is really excellent in the performance industry.

      Mako guest stars as Lt. Hung Lee Park, a Korean officer guarding a wounded North Korean woman who is a deadly guerilla fighter. Hawkeye Pierce (Alan Alda) and his buddies fight to keep the woman alive, knowing that the South Koreans will probably kill her once they leave the 4077th.

      Haunani Minn, probably best known for her role on China ...


      • Beach, plays the guerrilla woman, who has no gratitude at all for all the efforts that Hawkeye and the others are putting in while trying to save her life. Even at the end, they still try and help her, though she doesn’t want their help.

        The last moments of this standoff are probably the most intense in the history of this series. It’s dramatic, shocking,

        and stunning.

        In fact, about the only comedy in this episode is found in the subplot of the show, which had Joshua Bryant returning as Sgt. Jack Scully. There’s a funny line at the very end. There is a slight chuckle with Corporal Klinger. However, what’s more notable is that I believe it’s the last time ever that we see Klinger dressed in woman’s garb.




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    quick note by anonymous :

    Goes to show you that a couple of liberal leftist Hollywood idiots like Alda and his no-talent non-funny sidekick Mike Farrell can inject their stupid 1970s liberal views into a 1950s conflict that I ll bet not one person at that time had felt that way after WW2. What a bunch of friggen idiots If they had actually been there and acted that way the two of them would have been executed by firing squad just for being a couple of morons. Only on TV can you get away with this.

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