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thestevo

Quote from M*A*S*H

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I know this is going to seem like a very odd insanelymac blog post, and it is. But, I don't otherwise blog and I need a place to post this so search engines can see it.

 

About two months ago, I thought of a specific quote from an episode of MASH. MASH is by far my favorite TV series, and I've watched every episode multiple times. Well, I couldn't for the life of me figure out what episode this quote was from. I could find the quote online, but nobody referenced the episode name. So, I began watching seasons 4-11 again in hopes of finding it. I am here to list the quote's exact wording, (taken directly from the episode now playing on my computer) who said it, to whom, episode name, and time so that people Googling it in the future will be able to find it. :dev:

 

"Just remember, there's a right way and a wrong way to do everything, and the wrong way is to keep tryin' to make everybody else do it the right way." Colonel Potter to Hawkeye in season 7, episode 17 "Inga" at 15:12

 

Hope it helps somebody, but at least now my sanity is safe :dev:

theStevo

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