How well do you remember Christmas on M*A*S*H?

Santa visited the 4077th a few times.

You can't spell "Christmas" without M*A*S*H. No wonder the dramatic sitcom made a handful of heartfelt holiday episodes.

M*A*S*H crafted three touching Christmas tales, in seasons one, seven and nine. (They even wrote the rare Boxing Day episode with "Twas the Day After Christmas" in season ten.)

Those three classics stand out as some of the best episodes in the series, and remain favorites of fans. So, how well do you remember them? 

See if you can recall all the gifts, meals and touching moments. Good luck!

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  1. M*A*S*H told its first Christmas tale in just its twelfth episode. To whom is Hawkeye writing a letter throughout the episode?
  2. What is Radar mailing home, piece by piece?
  3. Who is flying in the helicopter dressed as Santa in this episode?
  4. What is Blake awkwardly trying to teach everyone?
  5. Hawkeye writes that Blake "as a commanding officer [is] a bit like being on a sinking liner and finding out the captain is…" who?
  6. Who is writing home for Christmas in season seven's "Dear Sis"?
  7. What does Potter say he had to eat for a holiday meal while serving in the Black Forest?
  8. What does Radar give Winchester for Christmas?
  9. Who is dressed up as Santa in "Dear Sis"?
  10. What Christmas song does everyone sing at the end of "Dear Sis"?
  11. Next, we have the touching season nine Christmas episode "Death Takes a Holiday." What does Winchester give Klinger for Christmas?
  12. What, er, unique Christmas dish does Rizzo cook up for the orphans?
  13. Winchester learns that the orphanage sold off his presents for the children. Why did the orphanage sell the Holiday treats instead of giving them to the kids?
  14. Finally, who dresses up as Santa in this episode?

How well do you remember Christmas on M*A*S*H?

Your Result...

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RichLorn 2 months ago
10/14
What about the tackiest MASH Christmas ever? It was the year after the ceasefire, when back home they all received gifts labeled "Made in Korea".
wbodine112 2 months ago
Someone might have already mentioned this, but just in case they didn't: Choi said that he sold the Winchester's chocolate to the black market to feed the orphans for ONE month, not THREE. Sorry, but being pedantic is literally my job.
bripuck1 2 months ago
Easy peasy. M*A*S*H is the best show ever!!!!!
JellyrollJackson 2 months ago
14/14. I know my MASH👍❤️❗️
BrianSnodgrass 2 months ago
14/14 - I fall to sleep every night to MASH.
AllisonWunderland 2 months ago
6/14…It was a “Guessmas” quiz for me 👀
leebillyold 2 months ago
14/14

MrsPhilHarris leebillyold 2 months ago
Nice to see you back!
Hopefully you are over posting hateful pictures wishing NYC experiences another
9-11 as an act by a vengeful deity, because the people there deserve it.
Leebillyold, I must have missed where you apologized to the families of the dead
and the horror stricken witnesses who still have nightmares.
This venue is for fans of classic TV, not a vehicle for your hate.
Hopefully you have evolved and no longer hold such dark thoughts, and can
finally feel for those poor souls lost that day. I hope so.
I bring this up because Americans should stand up and defend our dead, not allow
them to be slurred. Sorry to get all serious here, but right is right.
Moody MikefromJersey 2 months ago
Thank you. I'm glad I missed that post because I don't think I would have very kind to Leebillyold. There's no place for that kind of hatred, here or anywhere else. I wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that he has never been to NYC.
MikefromJersey Moody 2 months ago
Moody, good for you. I'm disappointed Leebillyold didn't seize the moment to repent and acknowledge the humanity of those who died, he would have been the better for it, and
no longer loathe the "other" as embodied by the cosmopolitan NYC area, that needed to
be cleansed for offending his idea of a hate filled lord.
I am more disappointed in the MeTV guys.
They did not even bother to respond to my polite letter.
I question their judgement on this, perhaps it's because some intern responds
to the letters and can't as yet appreciate the pain people suffer in the real world.
Maybe if Marvel comics did a movie about 911 it would mean something to them.
Moody 1 month ago
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saswifteagle 2 months ago
14/14. When I wear my army shirt, I have a good score on MASH quizzes!
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