Alan Alda [as Hawkeye Pierce]; Loretta Swit [as Margaret Houlihan]; Mike Farrell [as B.J. Honeycutt]; Henry Morgan [as Sherman Potter]; Jamie Farr [as Max Klinger]; William Christopher [as Francis Mulcahy]; David Ogden Stiers [as Charles Winchester]; McLean Stephenson [as Henry Blake]; Wayne Rogers [as John McIntyre]; Alfred E. Neuman [as Radar O'Reilly]
Alan Alda [as Squawkeye]; Loretta Swit [as Luke-warm Lips Houlihan]; Mike Farrell [as P.J.]; Henry Morgan [as Sherman Potcheese]; Jamie Farr [as Klinker]; William Christopher [as Father]; David Ogden Stiers [as Charles Cumbersome Worcestershire]
In a parody of the TV series "M*A*S*H*," life is portrayed on a past-its-prime television series about the Korean War.
Ironic situations inspired by people dealing with big brothers, cooking, injuries, crime, discipline, math, the other woman, economics, doctors, medical exams, dinner time, parents, dating and justice.