A poker game coincides with preparations for a major storm.
As Klinger prepares to visit his family, Wainwright cancels all passes.
Klinger's gambling scheme involves all the patients.
As Klinger recuperates, Potter and Mildred care for the baby.
Potter writes about Klinger to psychiatrist Sidney Freedman.
Col. Flagg (Ed Winter) will testify at Klinger's trial.
Potter conflicts with his new secretary, Alma.
Fugitive Klinger poses as a doctor; a new administrator (Peter Michael Goetz) arrives.
With Soon-Lee about to give birth, Klinger tries to get out of jail.
Klinger and Bob Scannell prospect for uranium.
Father-to-be Max goes apartment hunting.
Red tape hampers Boyer's efforts to obtain a cooling blanket.
With Mildred away, Potter is alone on Saturday night.
Expectant father Klinger gambles to raise cash.
Potter, Klinger and Mulcahy prepare for Radar O'Reilly's (Gary Burghoff) wedding.
Klinger writes to Korean War buddy Radar O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff).
Mulcahy battles bureaucracy over payment for his ear operation.
Potter tries to reassure D'Angelo before his upcoming surgery.
Klinger, Potter and Mulcahy celebrate their first postwar Christmas.
Pfeiffer confronts a demanding -- and apparently healthy -- patient.
Discouraged by bureaucracy, Potter considers retiring to Florida.
The Potters' home overflows with Thanksgiving guests.
Visitor's Day attracts a difficult group of guests.
Klinger institutes a lunch-hour radio show at the hospital.
Alma Cox objects to a dance school's offer of a party for the patients.
Potter, Pfeiffer, Klinger and Mulcahy work long into the night.
The staff works overtime to prepare for a supposed sneak inspection.
Klinger must pass a stiff civil service exam in order to keep his job.
Soon-Lee pressures Max to bring her family to America.
In 1953, Korean War veterans Potter, Klinger and Father Mulcahy of MASH 4077 return home.