Now that the Korean War had ended, the various members of the 4077th MASH unit could finally go home to the friends and loved ones. That didn't necessarily mean that their postwar lives would make for compelling TV, however, as this two-season experiment proved. Colonel Potter, Father Mulcahy and Mash's resident cross-dresser/comic relief Klinger find themselves working together again at a Missouri hospital. Weak-tea versions of their old shenanigans are present and accounted for, along with life-lesson platitudes; yes, there will be a Radar cameo. None of these guys were Trapper John M.D. material, to say the least, and while "suicide is painless," as the long-running original dramedy's theme suggested, this spin-off was anything but.