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Col. Potter learns new military money is being issued in hopes of confusing counterfeiters.
Nurse Cooper can't cope with the operating room; Radar gets a tattoo.
Alarmed at the poor physical condition of his unit, Col. Potter decides to hold a M*A*S*H olympics.
Winchester and Hot Lips get food poisoning from an imported can of pheasant; Hawkeye is reprimanded for fighting.
Hawkeye and Margaret go to give a demonstration at the 8063rd.
Hawkeye and Hot Lips come under heavy artillery fire in enemy territory, with Hawkeye receiving a leg wound.
B.J. borrows $200 from Charles to send to his wife, only to have Charles take advantage of him in various ways.
Ben opposes a man (Carroll O'Connor) trying to take over the freight line, leaving Little Joe and the man's daughter in the middle.
A wild stallion ruins the dreams of two broncobusters intent on trying to raise money for a Montana ranch.
A Basque youth (Robert Urich) is shunned for refusing to prove his manhood by fighting his father (Nehemiah Persoff).
Matt resigns after he is forced to kill a prisoner who was trying to save the marshal's life.
A gang of thieves commandeers the Dodge City blacksmith shop to divide a stolen bar of gold.
A young pharmacist moves to Mayberry to help her uncle in the local drugstore.
After a series of misunderstandings, Andy finally takes Ellie to the church picnic.
Andy tries to convince Opie's friend, a runaway boy, to return home.
Andy encourages the romance between Barney and Miss Rosemary, a dressmaker.
Andy attempts to get Opie to increase his gift to a local charity.
Andy stops a feud between two mountain families, thus permitting the marriage of their children.
Ellie Walker sets the men and women of Mayberry against each other when she runs for town council.
Debra points out that Ray is just like his annoying cousin Gerard, a charge his family gleefully reinforces.
Ray is happily surprised -- and curious -- when Debra starts initiating sex more often.
Debra spends the entire day cooking with Marie in an attempt to improve their relationship; Frank and Robert accompany Ray to a car show.
Ray and Debra (Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton) discuss whether or not to hold Michael back for another year of pre-kindergarten.
Ray thinks a family portrait would be the perfect gift for his mother, until the family gets together.
Debra has Ray doubting his brother's sexual preference when he can't seem to commit in his relationship with Amy.
Arthur moves into his own apartment after Doug tells him how he feels about his eccentric behavior; Carrie is concerned that her father can't take care of himself.
A visit with Deacon's three-year-old son prompts Doug and Carrie think about having a baby; Arthur recalls the night Carrie was born.
Doug buys a motorcycle against Carrie's wishes, prompting her to take up cigarette smoking to spite him.
Doug encourages Carrie to make new friends but then he feels left out when she starts spending a lot of time with their new neighbor.
After Doug convinces Carrie he doesn't goof around at work, horseplay gets him into a painful and embarrassing predicament.
Elaine must substitute for her boss in a merger deal; a girlfriend's mom sees George eating out of the trash.
Jerry is forced to treat an obnoxious comic (Stephen Hytner) to dinner after accepting a designer suit.
Elaine wins her boss (Ian Abercrombie) a chance to walk in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. George buys the car of a celebrity.
George hires a dowdy assistant (Vicki Lewis) whose competence and productivity prove to be a turn-on.
Jerry is challenged to a race by a former high-school classmate; Kramer fights for his rights as a store Santa.
A friend (Jon Lovitz) fakes illness to get Jerry's sympathy; Kramer obstructs justice.
Barry neglects to follow his mother's most important rule about using the car after getting his driver's license.
Beverly invites the Kremps -- the all-American and seemingly perfect new neighbors -- over for a barbecue.
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