Jamie Farr (Maxwell Q. Klinger)
here is the scene he is referring to
Day 5: An episode that made you cry
What always hits me about this episode, is how different Henry looks in his civilian suit, tie, and hat. Almost dorky, but then that’s Henry to a t. Wearing clothes that he probably wears every day to work back in Bloomington, Illinois, but yet you never saw him wearing at the 4077th really symbolizes the fact that Henry is really, truly leaving. And that is sad enough, without even looking at the rest of the episode …
Oh, Henry. There’s a reason why you’re my mom’s favorite character … ‘cause you’re too adorable.
Remember Korea - M*A*S*H 40th Anniversary
My favorite TV show of all time began forty years ago, in September of 1972. Thanks M*A*S*H, for everything. I will never forget the Korean War, and I will never forget that war is not hell, but war is war, where both innocent and not innocent people die. It is where you act insane, just to stay sane. I will forever be anti-war, because of you, my dear M*A*S*H.
“Henry, is that your desk?”
“Then what’s it doing up there?”
The evolution of a salute.
Henry acts so cool. He’s in control. Total control.
Henry: You honestly want him to call you ‘Major’?
Frank: I have got oak-leaves on my shoulder
Henry: And I’ve got dimples on my butt! None of that means anything around here, Frank.
Oh, Henry. One of the best lines ever.
Dimples on my butt.
I can’t stop giggling.