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  • The problem is that he exaggerated the story of the patient who received the blood
  • He took a recreational accident and turned it into something it definitely wasn't

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      In M*A*S*H: Blood and Guts, the personnel of the 4077th are excited to meet U.N. correspondent Clayton Kibbee, played jovially by Gene Evans. Kibbee is there to write about blood donations and such. At first, even Hawkeye Pierce (Alan Alda) is pleased to meet him. Evans plays the role

      with bravado and a bit of old cowboy fun (he’s done a lot of westerns).

      Things take a twist in Blood and Guts, though, when Hawkeye hears Kibbee relay his first report over the phone. The problem is that he exaggerated the story of the patient who received the blood. He ...


      • took a recreational accident and turned it into something it definitely wasn’t. Kibbee defends his story to Hawkeye, but the chief surgeon has his dander up and won’t let it rest.

        Meanwhile, the patient who had the accident did so on a motorbike that he had just purchased. Now he never

        wants to see it again, so he gives it to B.J. Hunnicutt (Mike Farrell), who is thrilled to have a new toy. He spends most of the show putting it back together.

        Also appearing in M*A*S*H: Blood and Guts are Brett Cullen as Private Thomas Anthony McKegney and Rita Wilson as Nurse Lacey.




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