Did Hawkeye write these lines in ”Dear Dad,” or did Father Mulcahy write them in ”Dear Sis”?

Each wrote what they were feeling and each shared hope during some bleak holidays at the 4077th.

The 4077th tried to make Christmas as lively as possible. However, in the midst of the Korean War, getting in the festive spirit wasn’t the easiest thing to do.

On several occasions, the characters from M*A*S*H would write home to their familes back in the States.

In memorable episodes surrounding the Christmas holiday, Hawkeye writes to his dad while Father Mulcahy writes to his “sis,” each detailing what they’re going through with their respective roles.

Can you tell who wrote the following lines in their letters? Was it Hawkeye or Father Mulcahy?

    1. Who wrote: Here it’s a week before Christmas. It’s a time of anticipation and hope.
    2. Who wrote: The tension in the O.R. is always a foot thick, but we do our best to cut through.
    3. Who wrote: I received your letter. It’s a shame sister Lombardi was transfered to Saint Cecilia. I know the basketball team will miss her hook shot.
  1. Who wrote: Then all those kids down there are in the last place they ever figured.
  2. Who wrote: It doesn’t matter if you feel useful or not when you’re moving from one disaster to another.
  3. Who wrote: Still, there is some effort to celebrate the idea of peace on Earth.
  4. Who wrote: Christmas here in Korea, as with you in Vermont, is soon upon us.
  5. Who wrote: The time when both sides get into as much destruction as they can before the Christmas truce.
  6. Who wrote: A trick I guess is to just keep moving.
  7. Who wrote: The jokes seem sacrilegious in an operating room.

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