When a celebrity USO tour starring Nancy Sinatra and Johnny Grant arrives at China Beach, Laurette sees this as her chance to make it big and with McMurphy's help, she joins the tour and ... See full summary »

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Pvt. Samuel Beckett
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Capt. Natch Austen
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Maj. Lila Garreau
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Cpl. Boonie Lanier
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Georgia Lee
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When a celebrity USO tour starring Nancy Sinatra and Johnny Grant arrives at China Beach, Laurette sees this as her chance to make it big and with McMurphy's help, she joins the tour and leaves China Beach for good. Meanwhile, McMurphy misplaces the body of a young soldier which gets her suspended from the hospital, while at the same time, she finally gives into Natch's moves towards her. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | War

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8 June 1988 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place in December 1967. See more »

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Lazaro: Wait! Beckett wanted you to have a look at me. Do I look familiar?
Colleen McMurphy: I don't have time for this. I'm still suspended.
Lazaro: Hold on. All I did was eat this weird little fish from the local marketplace. The next thing I know I'm laying on a gurney out there in the hot sun. I just got up and went back to my unit, that's all. I didn't mean to get you in trouble or nothing. I didn't even know I was dead until this kid from Missoula showed up this morning to replace me.
Colleen McMurphy: What?
Lazaro: Anyway... I gotta go. By the ...
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