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CONUS Archive
381083
M.A.S.H. FINAL EPISODE (1983)
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
PKG
2/28/1983
1:20:03
2:51
(FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE, THE REPORTER MICHAEL BOYLE IS LICENSABLE) (MASH TELEVISION SHOW CLIPS ARE NOT LICENSABLE) MAN DRESSED UP AS KLINGER SOT, MEN DRESSED AS KLINGER TAKING STAGE, PEOPLE WATCHING, ST. PAUL CIVIC CENTER AUDITORIUM, PEOPLE DRESSED UP AS RADAR, MAJOR HOULIHAN, SOTS, FILE FROM MASH (NOT LICENSABLE), SOTS
LEAD: SCRIPT: (SUGGESTED TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO) favorite one was when Klinger was trying to get when I was trying to get back to the States with a wounded soldier and I kept on propping him up and he kept on Bleeding he passed out and I never got back to Toledo. Later, real name. Judging by the costumes, contests and activities going on Saturday night at the St. Paul Civic Center auditorium, plenty of people found ample motivation to simultaneously mourn and celebrate the passing of Matt. What makes him so hot man in general. They call it a mash bash and the final episode of few TV programs could have generated such a bizarre homage from viewers. I like that type of humor. One minute they could be laughing up a storm the next minute, this sudden tragedy and they mix the two. So well, I'd like to see you to start a show was the Vietnam War. What the hell is going on here? Tonight's two and a half hour conclusion to a program that lasted roughly four times longer than the war that inspired it is being touted by CBS as the show that will garner the highest ratings and TV history. To do that it will have to outdraw such attractions as the who shot Jr episode of Dallas from 1980 The final part of routes in 1977, and Super Bowl 16 of 1982. So far, no final program of any weekly series is represented in the top 10 rated shows of all time. One record it will definitely set is for the most expensive 32nd commercial advertisers will fork over $450,000 for a single spot during the mash finale. You may think you've reaped the profit by this act. But as you sow, so shall you reap. CBS has been understandably stingy about providing too many details about tonight's final episode. But it seems that Corporal clinger played by Jamie Farr, who probably did more to legitimize cross dressing than anybody in the show business will take a Korean bride. How can I ever thank you? Mr. And Mrs. clinger will join with Harry Morgan and William Christopher in a sequel to be called after a mash that begins airing next September. To paraphrase another major Korean War figure. Old sitcoms never die, they just spin off. I can't let her go. Let her go. Of course, given the show's popularity in the syndication format, the 4077 gang will undoubtedly be with us for a while. He's the only part of our family I'm going to miss it, but we'll have the reruns for a long time to watch it for 310 Three and every time I get a chance even on station 41 When I get a fuzzy one TAG: MNH
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Keywords

MASH FINALE
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