Men & Women of the
This is the last darn sock I
darn until the war is over. -- BJ
Enemy advances bring medical advances -- BJ
I haven't volunteered since
the day my draft board tied me up and sent me here. -- BJ
You've gotta understand I'm not working on sick people here. I'm working on hurt
young people, with essentially healthy bodies that have been insulted by
ammunition. -- BJ
Hawkeye: I know I'm Dr. Pierce, but I want to be God.
B. J.: If you ever get the job, don't forget your old friends.
B.J.'s early impressions of the Korean War: I think I hate this.
B. J. to a repeat customer: This is getting monotonous, isn't it.
B. J.: Careful, Klinger. Dressing as a nun can be habit-forming.
Margaret: Nothing is too good for the men.
B.J.: I guess that's why they get so much of it.
B. J.: Hopalong Ferretface just shot me in the leg!
B. J. on Charles: Why don't we
avoid the Christmas rush and start hating him now?
Hawkeye: You've gotta have a pair of pajamas, look around, you had a pair when
you got here!
B. J.: I had a lot of things when I got here: faith, hope, sanity, a liver...
Interviewer: How would you
describe yourself? Are you a Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve, or are you a
civilian in uniform?
B. J.: I'm a temporarily mis-assigned civilian.
B.J.: On the very first day, Frank observed that the M in MASH stood for Mobile.
So, he had us break down the entire unit and move it across the road.
B.J.: Radar, you're a model of efficiency.
Hawkeye: I built him out of a kit.
Charles: Why this constant preoccupation with sex?
B. J.: Lack of occupation with sex.
Hawk, you are shaved, cleaned,
dressed! It's revolting. -- BJ