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M*A*S*H - New Building in Korea
On the episode and part where Frank and hawk-eye are returning from somewhere after surgery if you look in the background while the camera shows their side views you will see a short white building with black windows. you will have to look fast because the building will be covered up in 1 or two seconds by a tree then they will show their front side.
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lightoler on 08-03-2001
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Melinda Daniel writes:
Could we be more vague? I believe the episode they are referring to is "Of Moose and Men" from Season 4-in the beginning of the episode, Hawk and Frank are driving their way back to the 4077 after doing emergency surgery somewhere-Hawkeye irritates (imagine that, Hawkeye irritating someone) a tough Army colonel whom he then has to operate on later in the episode. This is also the episode where Hunnicut helps Zale after receiving a Dear John letter; and Frank is a paranoid wreck as he looks endlessly for Korean saboteurs. I could be wrong, but I think this is the episode they are talking about, although I wasn't quick enough to see the bldg. myself. Maybe next time. If it is the episode, look sharp-the mistake happens in the very first few minutes.
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Evilmeteors writes:
Wait, what M*A*S*H episode is this again? ...Oh, yes, the one with the SURGERY. Very helpful instructions. Great slipup, yeah.
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Gary Lynch writes:
Why is this a slip-ip, regardless of the episode? MASH is mobile, so it's not inconceivable that they will be near permanent buildings at some point in the war. Nor is it impossible to believe that there could be white buildings in Korea.
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