Let's not forget G.W. Bailey, who started playing Sgt. Rizzo in the 8th season. He later went on to play Capt. Harris in the Police Academy movies.
Well.... in one episode he's from Vermont, then New Hampshire and even once from Michigan.
It was 'Dear Dad' from Season 1. Early in the show Hawkeye clearly says ' How are things in Vermont'.
I will take you word on the Hawkeye/Vermont reference since I haven't seen that episode in a while. You still haven't answered me as towards which episodes give reference to Hawkeye stating that he's from Vermont or New Hampshire?
I know the topic of this thread is "Barbers," but what was Col. Potter's religion? His character refered to Methodist (when he first meets Fr Mulcahy "Can you do a Methodist thing for me on Sundays," "Yes, I handle all major denominations Colonel,"), Presbyterian ("you wouldn't lie to a Presbyterian, would you Father" when talking to Fr Mulcahy about Klinger's new position as company clerk) and Unitarian (when he called the Pentagon to get the Lt/Fr Mulcahy promoted to captain).
Speaking of Col. Potter. What about his age? When he first arrived, he told Radar that he was 15 when he served in The Great War (WWI). That would mean that he was born around 1903 and would put him in his late 40s/early 50s during the Korean War. However, in a much later episode (season 10), he tells Dr. Syndey Freedman that he's 62. Do the math.
Side note: In the very first episode that Dr. Freedman (Allan Arbus) appears (Season 2, Radar's Report) he is introduced as Dr. Milton Freedman.
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