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"M*A*S*H" I Hate a Mystery (TV Episode 1972) Poster

(TV Series)

(1972)

Goofs

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Character error 

In the closing scene, Father Mulcahy is speaking, saying "...it was after he returned to the garden he discovered that three of his disciples were missing." Presuming he's talking about Jesus and the garden of Gethsemane, he didn't return to find them missing, but to find them sleeping. While this is done for the comedic effect to set up Hawkeye's response, it's still not a mistake or misrepresentation a priest would make.
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When Henry locks his desk after checking the stolen items, he doesn't actually lock the drawer, he just touches the lock with the key and jiggles it.
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Continuity 

When Hawkeye is calling certain personnel to the mess tent by name, he does not include Ho John, who shows up anyway.
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The length of Hawkeye's cigarette changes from long to short and back again.
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During his inspection of the camp, Henry is soaked on the front, top, and back of his head and shoulders. When he walks into the Swamp, the top and back of his head are dry.
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When the personnel enter the mess tent after Hawkeye calls them there, Trapper and Ho John are sitting down on the bench in front of the table, however when Hawkeye reveals the mystery stealer, they are both sitting behind the table.
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