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Does anyone remember Trapper John, M.D.? It was a very popular series on TV. I can still remember Trapper sitting in his lawn chair on top of his RV, reading the newspaper and drinking his morning Java.
Trapper John, M.D. was a medical show focused on Dr. "Trapper" John McIntyre (Pernell Roberts) 28 years after his discharge from the 4077th Mobile army surgical hospital (M.A.S.H.) in the Korean War. In the nearly three decade interim, the character had mellowed considerably. He didn't just learn how to stop fighting the system but became a part of it, in a sense, as the Chief of Surgery at San Francisco Memorial Hospital. Trapper showed tremendous compassion towards his patients, often violating "established hospital procedures." Trapper's bookie, Arnold Slocum (Simon Scott), taught him how to appease hospital administration towards this end. Trapper's partner was an aspiring young professional named Dr. George Alonzo "Gonzo" Gates (Gregory Harrison). Gates also had a lot in common with Trapper John as he had served in a M.A.S.H. during the Vietnam War. His childish, irresponsible behavior, sarcastic sense of humor and love of life also reflected elements of Trapper's younger days. In the show he resided in a motor home in the hospital parking lot. He worked himself up to becoming the Chief of Surgery, years before he had a stroke, just before he married Fran. Interestingly, Harrison was featured in a 1976 episode of the television series, M*A*S*H, as Lt. Tony Baker: the husband of one of the nurses at the 4077th.