For eleven seasons, CBS’s hit show M*A*S*H ruled the airwaves. But how well do you recall the antics from the 4077th? Take this quiz and find out now! Which of the following cast members had previously been in the movie M*A*S*H before playing the same role in the TV series? Loretta Swit as Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan. McLean Stevenson as Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake. Larry Linville as Major Frank Burns. Gary Burghoff as Corporal "Radar" O’Reilly. What does the letter 'M' in M*A*S*H stand for? Medical. Mobile. Marine. Motion. By what means did Klinger attempt to get discharged from the army? Punching out his commanding officer. Pretending to have a terminal disease. Pretending to be dead. Wearing dresses. Which character exited the show by saying to Radar O’Reilly, "You behave yourself or I'm going to come back here and kick your butt!" Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake. Captain "Trapper" John McIntyre. Major Frank Burns. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce. Who were the Toledo Mud Hens? A singing troupe that occasionally passed through to entertain the unit. Hawkeye's favorite restaurant. A football team Henry played for. A baseball team from Klinger's hometown. Which character was occasionally nicknamed "ferret face?" Frank Burns. Klinger. Henry Blake. Hawkeye Pierce. Colonel Potter. Why was O'Reilly given the nickname "Radar?" Because he grew up on an air force base. Because "radar" was the first word he spoke as a child. Because he loves radar equipment. Because of his apparent clairvoyant abilities and super-human hearing. Which recurring character once said, "Nobody can get the truth out of me because even I don't know what it is. I keep myself in a constant state of utter confusion." Private Igor Straminsky. Nurse Kellye. Colonel Sam Flagg. Major Sidney Freedman. Which character carried out a long and torrid affair with Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan? Captain "Trapper" John McIntyre. Captain B.J. Hunnicutt. Colonel Sherman T. Potter. Major Frank Burns. What was the nickname of the tent shared by Hawkeye and Trapper John (and later BJ)? The Bunker. The Swamp. The Foxhole. The 38th Parallel. Who was the Colonel that "Hot Lips" married after she and Frank split? Donald Penobscott. David Penobscott. Mark Penobscott. Matthew Penobscott. In the episode “To Market, to Market,” what item of Colonel Blake’s – traded to a black marketeer for hydrocortisone – is famously seen flying away beneath a helicopter? His jeep. His desk. His golf clubs. His hat. What was the name of the psychologist who frequently visited the camp, sometimes for business, but mostly for poker games? Sidney Freedman. Sidney Greenstreet. John Lumet. Johnson Pollack. What was the name of the Korean-owned watering hole frequented by the staff of the 4077th? Ruby’s. Rocky’s. Roxy’s. Rosie’s. What city was Major Charles Winchester III from? New Haven. New York City. Boston. London. And what was Major Winchester’s middle name? You should know, he said it enough! Emerson. Wentworth. Radcliffe. Alistair. In the episode “Dear Mildred,” what does Radar give to the new commanding officer, Colonel Potter, as an anniversary present? A photo album. A bottle of his favorite whisky. Ice cream. A horse. And what was the name of Col. Potter’s horse? Margaret. War Admiral. Sophie. Pershing. What was the unflattering nickname of the Australian anesthesiologist who only lasted for ten episodes in season one? Stork. The Reaper. Ugly John. Flounder. What was the drink of choice – because it was the only choice – in the Swamp? A Manhattan. A Martini. A Gimlet. A Sidecar. What was Radar’s most prized – and protected – possession? His radio. His baseball cards. His teddy bear. His snow globe. In the episode “Abyssinia, Henry,” where did Col. Blake’s shot-up plane crash? Pearl Harbor. The China Sea. Alaska. The Sea of Japan. As a trick to get supplies for a local orphanage, Hawkeye and Trapper invented a supply officer whom everybody begins to believe actually exists. What was the name of this imaginary captain? Murdock. Tuttle. “Sparky” Pryor. Bristle. What was the nickname given to the 4077th brand of battlefield medicine? Patch and Go. Meatball Surgery. Cut and Run. Wetwork. Since he was discharged while Hawkeye was on leave, what was the only “goodbye” Trapper John left behind for his tentmate? A note. A kiss on the cheek, delivered by Radar. A bottle of booze. His Hawaiian shirts. In the episode “Alcoholics Unanimous,” what did Klinger do to calm Father Mulcahy’s nerves before he delivered a mandatory sermon on temperance? He prayed with him. He loaned him his lucky pantyhose. He got him drunk. He told him a joke. What was Hawkeye’s medical specialty? Internal Medicine. Neurosurgery. Gynecology. Thoracic Surgery. After Radar was sent home, who replaced him as company clerk? Sgt. Rizzo. Cpl. Klinger. Pvt. Igor Straminsky. Nurse Able. What was the often-comically-mispronounced name of Major Winchester’s sister? Honoria. Syphilia. Guzinda. Chlamydiatine. What word is spelled out by BJ on the chopper pad as a “note” to Hawkeye at the end of the series’ finale? Farewell. Goodbye. Amen. So Long.