TV Episode | TV-PG | | Comedy, Drama, War
While Father Mulcahy frantically tries to prepare for a visit from a respected cardinal, Hawkeye has to deal with a soldier who cannot donate blood for his buddy because it turns out that he himself has leukemia.
The title refers to two males related by birth, or two or more men not related by birth, who swear loyalty to one another where the blood of each man is mingled together.
Lt./Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy:
I want to tell you about two men. Each facing his own crisis. The first man you know rather well. The second is a patient here. Well, the first man thought he was facing a crisis. But what he was really doing was trying to impress someone. He was ...
When Fr. Mulcahey storms into the mess tent after the Cardinal's arrival and Hawkeye tells him about Sturgis' leukemia, he's wearing his priest's shirt and collar under his robe. Supposedly he went straight to post-op to talk to Sturgis and spent the night there. However, in post-op later that morning, he's only wearing a T-shirt under the robe.