M*A*S*H

M*A*S*H

  • Dates: September 17, 1972 - February 28, 1983
  • Type: Television Series
  • Genres: Drama, War, Comedy
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Pop Culture Connections - Outgoing

It plays these songs...

Suicide is Painless
performed by Johnny Mandel

  • Date:
  • Type: Song
This Song is played in M*A*S*H
Instrumental version of this song is the theme to MASH

It is inspired by these movies...

MASH

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  • Type: Movie
This Movie inspired M*A*S*H
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Pop Culture Connections - Incoming

It is referred to by these books...

Gone Girl
written by

This Book refers to M*A*S*H
Nick hears Amy singing the theme song to the television series 'M*A*S*H' while making breakfast on their anniversary.

It is the basis of these movies...

Lymelife

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  • Type: Movie
This Movie is based on M*A*S*H
In trying to discribe his Army job to his brother, Jimmy says that he is a communication specialist like Radar from MASH.
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It is referred to by these television episodes...

Community:
Season:  1  / Episode:  5 
Advanced Criminal Law

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H

Community:
Season:  2  / Episode:  22 
Applied Anthropology

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H
The Dean returns to the Anthropology class, telling everyone there is a Race "Kerfuffle" (the Dean's chosen word for "riot") taking place outside with the food trucks. He tells the class he didn't know there was a different between North and South Korean BBQ. He then goes on to talk about the Korean War, saying 'M*A*S*H' lasted longer than that war (The Korean War).

The Simpsons:
Season:  6  / Episode:  1 
Bart of Darkness

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H
Springfield's wax museum features models of The Beatles and the cast of M*A*S*H,[2] and Bart plays Stratego on his own

Community:
Season:  1  / Episode:  13 
Investigative Journalism

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H
The entire episode was full of references to the television series M*A*S*H. Abed tells Jeff that sending the journalism students out to buy liquor is "classic Hawkeye", and later asks Jeff to call him "Radar". The end credits of this episode were set to the music used in M*A*S*H, and the style of the credits were the same as those used in M*A*S*H.

Family Guy:
Season:  9  / Episode:  18 
It's a Trap!

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H
In the opening sequence to Peter's retelling of 'Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi', the story scrolling on the screen reads that it takes place "after M*A*S*H, but before 'After M*A*S*H'..."

How I Met Your Mother:
Season:  3  / Episode:  14 
The Bracket

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H
Near the beginning of the episode, Barney is trying to remember the name of Alan Alda, who played Hawkeye Pierce in the TV series M*A*S*H.

Weeds:
Season:  7  / Episode:  11 
Une Mere Que J'aimerais Baiser

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H
Detective Ouellette calls Shane Radar Fucking O'Reilly. This is a reference to the character from the series 'M*A*S*H'.

The Newsroom:
Season:  2  / Episode:  3 
Willie Pete

This Television Episode refers to M*A*S*H
Will makes a reference to Corporal Klinger in the opening scene

It spun-off these television series...

AfterMASH

This Television Series is a spin-off of M*A*S*H
When not all of the actors decided to come back, M*A*S*H was finalized and several of the characters continued on the spin-off "AfterMASH" (a play on the word "aftermath").
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Trapper John, M.D.

This Television Series is a spin-off of M*A*S*H
Trapper John is a spin-off of the same character from M*A*S*H several decades after he was discharged from the army.
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It is referred to by these television commercials...

Cigna Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to M*A*S*H
One of the TV Doctors featured in this Cigna commercial is Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce (played by Alan Alda) in the TV series 'M*A*S*H)
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Cigna Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to M*A*S*H
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Cigna Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to M*A*S*H
Hawkeye from MASH appears in the ad
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Other Connections and Related Pop Culture

 

M*A*S*H
Season:  10 
M*A*S*H Season 10
part of M*A*S*H

 

M*A*S*H
Season:  11 
M*A*S*H Season 11
part of M*A*S*H

Mase

MASH

  • Date:
  • Type: Movie

Masha

Mausi

Maysa

  • Date: August 17, 1966
  • Type: Person

Mazes

Mazzi

Meesh

 

Messiah
written by

Messy

 

Weeds:
Season:  8  / Episode:  1 
Messy

Messy
performed by Matt Allenn and Ruwanga

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