This is one of those episodes of MASH that's obviously supposed to tell a different story. We're dispensed with all the humor and wit everyone in the 4077th uses to cope with the horrors of war, and are instead treated with their yearnings and internal horrors. It's heartbreaking in the best ways. We see into their minds and gain a different understanding of the trials they go through. It's simply so much of what we would choose to ignore what we laugh at on this show. If you watch this show at all, this episode is a must see.