Took me a while to get used to it. I was used to the original movie.
me too also; Once you've enjoyed the original "M*A*S*H" & "Stalag 17" the series seems a trifle silly.
Perhaps you've noticed (...perhaps not...) but a phrase I often use "Finest Kind" is actually from the Book "M*A*S*H"
Trapper receives orders to rush to Kokura, Japan for a medical emergency. Trapper and Hawkeye depart immediately with their golf clubs. The "emergency" turns out to be a routine operation; the anesthesiologist turns out to be "Me Lay" Marston, an old friend of Hawkeye's who works at Dr. Yamamoto's Finest Kind Pediatric Hospital & Whorehouse ("Finest kind" becomes one of Hawkeye's catchphrases).
ok, so I'm still a bit of a Tom-Boy I grew up watching "World At War" and "Victory At Sea" with my older brother, and "Catch 22" is STILL my Favorite Book.
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