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Episode 6 : Kim

Posted by Carrie Palmer

Rating  :  

0.0

Season 2

Duration  :  

25m

Hawkeye operates on a 5-year old Korean boy, and Radar can't find his family. Henry plans to send him to the orphanage, and the camp enjoys his company while they can. Trapper decides to adopt him after consulting his wife, and has to rescue him after he wanders into the minefield. Kim's mother turns up at the orphanage looking for him.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Divided We Stand
9.0
Episode 2 : 5 O’Clock Charlie
9.0
Episode 3 : Radar’s Report
0.0
Episode 4 : For the Good of the Outfit
9.0
Episode 5 : Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde
0.0
Episode 7 : L.I.P. (Local Indigenous Personnel)
9.0
Episode 8 : The Trial of Henry Blake
9.0
Episode 9 : Dear Dad... Three
9.0
Episode 10 : The Sniper
8.0
Episode 11 : Carry On, Hawkeye
8.0
Episode 12 : The Incubator
8.0
Episode 13 : Deal Me Out
0.0
Episode 14 : Hot Lips and Empty Arms
0.0
Episode 15 : Officers Only
0.0
Episode 16 : Henry in Love
0.0
Episode 17 : For Want of a Boot
0.0
Episode 18 : Operation Noselift
0.0
Episode 19 : The Chosen People
0.0
Episode 20 : As You Were
0.0
Episode 21 : Crisis
0.0
Episode 22 : George
0.0
Episode 23 : Mail Call
0.0
Episode 24 : A Smattering of Intelligence
0.0

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