Marcia appeared in Season 1 of M*A*S*H in six episodes.
M*A*S*H* Episodes that Marcia starred in. 1st Season
|Requiem for a Lightweight||October 1, 1972 Written by Bob Klane Directed by Hy Averback Guest Stars: Marcia Strassman, Sorrell Booke, Mike McGirr Trapper enters the intercamp boxing tournament to save a beautiful nurse (Marcia Strassman) from being transferred out by Henry, at Hot Lips' request.|
|Yankee Doodle Doctor||October 22, 1972 The 4077th is designated as the setting for the making of an army film on Mobile Army Surgical Hospital units. Hawkeye is chosen as the star while Margaret and Frank compose a screenplay. The Eye Of The Hawk objects to the piece of propoganda that filmmaker Lt. Bricker is producing and, having exposed the original film, reshoots a new one his way, starring himself as Groucho Marx-ish Yankee Doodle Doctor, and poking fun at glorifying doctors while concluding with a rather serious speech about the hell of war.|
|Bananas, Crackers and Nuts||05-Nov-1972 A barrage of heavy casualties leave an exhausted Hawkeye with an insatiable yen for some R&R in Tokyo. His attempts to get Frank to sign a pass with insanity only result in Frank and Hot Lips ordering a psychiatric examination. The Eye Of The Hawk continues his act by telling Capt. Sherman, the psychiatrist, he's in love with Maj. Burns. Sherman is ready to commit him until Hawk and Trap set him up to make a pass at Maj. Houlihan and have him discredited. At the end Capts. Pierce and MacIntyre are all set to go, until they are interrupted by another barrage of heavy casualties.|
|Edwina||December 24, 1972 Written by Hal Dresner Directed by James Sheldon Guest Stars: Arlene Golonka, Linda Meiklejohn, Marcia Strassman The nurses go to extremes to find a date of Nurse Eddie (Edwina)--they won't go out with anyone until Eddie gets a date. The men draw straws, and Hawkeye is the big loser, especially after Eddie nearly kills him in a scene resembling teenage "mating" rituals. :)|
|Love Story||07-Jan-1973 Radar gets a Dear John recording from home. Hawkeye and Trapper try to set him up with a date, but fail. Radar is taken by a new nurse at the camp and she is into poetry and music, so they coach him. Margaret wants to stop the relationship, so Hawkeye and Trapper get between her and Frank until she relents. Radar's "Ahhhh, Bach!" and "That's highly significant," quotes win him the girl.|
|CeaseFire||March 18, 1973 The camp receives word that there's a ceasefire and erupts into celebration, only to have their hopes shattered when wounded arrive.|