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BeccaLeo1972

Posted:
1/24/2017 5:54:47 PM

Favorite Thing

What is your favorite thing about each Mash character?

Hawkeye- sense of humor
Trapper- honesty
Henry- genuine
Frank- his smile
B.J- morals
Radar- loyalty
Klinger- perseverance
Margaret- good soul
Potter- down to earth
Charles- compassion
Father Mulcahy- faith

FinestKindinTN

Posted:
1/25/2017 2:56:48 AM

Hawkeye- dedication
Trapper- humor
Henry- humble
Frank- Hoosier (not much, but it's where I'm from)
B.J- family
Radar- innocence
Klinger- creative
Margaret- passionate
Potter- practical
Charles- brilliant
Father Mulcahy- servant

Big Daddy O'Reilly

Posted:
1/25/2017 9:02:58 PM

Hawkeye - The witty one liners that he seemed to have an endless supply of
Trapper - Taking his work seriously
Henry - His humor and ability to be one of the guys
Frank - That laugh! It's hysterical!
B.J. - Dedicate to his job, his family, and his principles.
Radar - He's very relatable, especially my younger self.
Klinger - Running around in dresses
Margaret - Legs. That's pretty much it.
Potter - He seems like the kind of grandfather you wish you had
Charles - Uhh . . . his Boston Bull COULD actually be funny, if only because of David Ogden Stiers's delivery
Father Mulcahy - He just wants to be of use to other people

Beth

Posted:
1/27/2017 3:03:08 AM

BeccaLeo1972 wrote:
What is your favorite thing about each Mash character?

Hawkeye- sense of humor
Trapper- honesty
Henry- genuine
Frank- his smile
B.J- morals
Radar- loyalty
Klinger- perseverance
Margaret- good soul
Potter- down to earth
Charles- compassion
Father Mulcahy- faith

Hawkeye: sense of humor
Trapper: how funny he is
Henry: how funny he is
Frank: his patriotism
BJ: his devotion to his wife
Radar: his innocence
Klinger: his determination
Margaret: mostly in later years, her strength
Potter: his phrases
Charles: his serious side he rarely shows
Father Mulcahy: his faith

phantomeagle

Posted:
1/31/2017 5:26:19 PM

Hawkeye- Relationship with Dad, B.J, and others
Trapper- knowledge of surgery.
Henry- Not the least bit military.
Frank- hard to come up with one.
B.J- Fidelity his one fall he was guilty as hell.
Radar- ESP.
Klinger- Stuns, from Camel, to the glider and raft.
Margaret- Dedication, always ready to work.
Potter- While military, had compassion for draftees, esp. Klinger.
Charles- Care for patients, like the piano player.
Father Mulcahy- his ability to calm patients, and empathy for them.

wdm1219inpenna

Posted:
3/13/2017 11:49:02 PM

Hawkeye - How he used his sense of humor and sarcasm to fight against the insanity of the war. I often resort to that in my daily life, which is a picnic by far when compared to the horrors of war.

Trapper - The facial expressions he would make.

Henry - His easy-going style but very business-like in the O.R.

Margaret - How her character evolved and matured, although she was always very dedicated to her nursing.

Frank - When he would say silly things like "It's nice to be nice to the nice." or "Apples don't grow on trees you know!"

Radar - The gentleness, the way he interacted with the orphan kids when they stayed at the 4077th, the way he interacted and helped Billy Tyler.

Klinger - His zaniness and how his character matured and how he really grew into Radar's job.

Mulcahy - His humanness and humility, but he could also be tough when he had to.

Hunnicutt - Loved his puns and his penchant for practical jokes, as well as his compassion for his patients. He seemed to have it the most of all the surgeons.

Potter - His wisdom and advice, but his ability and willingness to still be "one of the boys" too.

Winchester - He had a really awesome and loving side that he kept hidden, like the candy donation to the orphans at Christmastime, and the time he helped out the stuttering patient.

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