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Suicide Is Painless That was the title of the theme song for M*A*S*H, one of my favorite shows of all times . . it aired from 1972 unti 1983 and i STILL watch it!!
Tags: classic  tv  mash  4077th  korean  hawkeye  klinger  radar  hotlips  frank  bj   
Added: 2nd July 2007
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Posted by: Freckles on 2007-07-02 
What a great show this was!
Posted by: Konifur on 2007-07-02 
mmmm hotlips * starts to drool *
Posted by: BKV on 2007-07-02 
It's still a great show. I just watched 2 episodes last night and no doubt watch it again tonight.
Posted by: on 2007-07-02 
The song actually has lyrics... not heard in the tv show, though.

I think the Robert Altman film used them, IIRC.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-07-23 
This was one of the rare shows that improved with every season. (The Mary Tyler Moore Show was another.) Long may MASH live in reruns!
Posted by: Wikiriwhi on 2008-09-24 
Ed Asner helped MTM hugely.
What ws his spin off show at the newspaper, that was great.

I always thought Radar left promoted to sergeant, but no. He should've been.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-09-24 
Radar was still a corporal when he was discharged. However, Klinger had been promoted to the rank of sergeant by the time the series ended.
Posted by: ILiveInThePast on 2015-06-25 
Never liked MASH. It was a pop culture conditioning tool for enlistment. War with a laugh track is not entertainment.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2015-06-25 
MASH was an enlistment tool? I've never heard that odd criticism before. If anything, MASH was strongly antiwar.

When MASH was about to end its run in 1983 I heard a doctor complain that the physicians shown on MASH (with the exception of Frank Burns) were not at all representative of those who served in Korea. Most were very patriotic and wanted to defeat communism. Doctors who held the military in contempt (Hawkeye, Trapper, and BJ) would have been ostracized.
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