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  • The story was somewhat interesting in that he chose to break things off with her because he was afraid of what his family might think and cared more about that than being happy by being with her
  • Good episode that was definitely worth watching

    • by Steve
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      I was waiting for Law & Order CI to come on last night and decided to watch MASH on another channel. One of the episodes I came across was called “Foreign Affairs” and had two unique storylines that were entertaining.

      First, you have a Korean pilot being captured and, because


      he delivered a Russian plane to them, the US offered him $100,000 and citizenship.

      To the PR guy’s surprise, the pilot refuses and would rather be sent to a POW camp than be considered a traitor to his country.

      The ending to that story was a bit predictable though considering ...


      • you had a Korean translator who wanted to go to the United States.

        It wasn’t hard to figure out they would eventually just substitute him and pretend he was the pilot.

        The second story wasn’t as funny though.

        It involved a red cross volunteer from France and her relationship with

        Charles.

        The story was somewhat interesting in that he chose to break things off with her because he was afraid of what his family might think and cared more about that than being happy by being with her.

        That was actually kind of sad if you think of it.

        Good episode that was definitely worth watching.




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