Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In the tradition of the series' fourth-season finale The Interview, Our Finest Hour is filmed in black and white in the manner of a 1950s TV documentary. Once again, news correspondent Clete Roberts (playing himself) pays a visit to the 4077th, microphone in hand and accompanied by a cameraman. And once again, the men and women of M*A*S*H express their innermost thoughts, hopes and frustrations for the benefit of the "folks at home." Former series regulars McLean Stevenson, Wayne Rogers) and Larry Linville appears in full-color flashbacks from earlier episodes. Originally a 60-minute "special," "Our Finest Hour" has since been reedited as two half-hour episodes for syndication.