Not the last time this sort of situation will arise. There's something vaguely unethical about this. Come to think of it, he would have made a great vampire. This is what makes Hawkeye and Trapper heroes: They care about the lives of enemy soldiers and Frank Burns. And there's his chance to finally get rid of them for good. A rare moment of competence for Major Burns. Another nice moment portending what the show would become. This whole episode is, really. "Don't hold your breath." Their politically correct sitcom-of-the-future hit the nail on the head. I'd be interested in the story behind that. Was it the show or just Gary Owens? Maybe Owens had a friend at DC. Well, that was sick. Is Reed not from the LA area? Do we know his background? The one and only. Well, "Get off my lawn" certainly led the boys down some unexpected roads. Some unexpected roads indeed! "Hey, Pete, I recognize this guy! He's one of the writers!" This shirt subplot is weird and strangely amusing. That signature Jack Webb irony. Good thought. Kind of like the old studio system. Now I know how you feel when I bring up quantum chromodynamics or something. I never really thought about it, but, yeah, no gray areas in Mission: Impossible. Aside from their tactics. Well, that was an odd little ditty. I don't think I've ever heard it on the air.