The hit war comedy-drama aired throughout the 70s until being axed in the early 80s.
It followed a team of doctors and support staff stationed at the “4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital” in Uijeongbu, South Korea, during the Korean War.
It’s two co-stars, Alan Alda and Mike Farrell have reunited -leaving fans reminiscing.
They’ve come together as the show celebrates its 50th anniversary milestone.
Posting on social media, Alan who played Benjamin “Hawkeye” Pierce shared a snap of him and Mike (B. J. Hunnicutt).
Along with the picture, he said: “Mike Farrell and I today toasting the 50th anniversary of the show that changed our lives – and our brilliant pals who made it what it was. MASH was a great gift to us.”
The post immediately drew large traction and has so far amassed over 500k likes.
Fans flocked to the comments section, with one saying: “The gift was ours, sir. Thank you both and the rest of the cast and crew. What an integral part of my growing up years.”
Another said: “MASH was -and remains a great gift to the world! Happy Anniversary to both of you, and to Loretta.”
“Just got way older. 50 years. Wow,” remarked another fan.
While another added: “God bless the both of you and thank you for all the joy and happiness over the last 50 years. The show is still impactful today.”