he's dead Edit
- We don't know that for sure. It could have been Trapper
- I think Trapper gets killed while Hawkeye survives, someone should edit that.
His, and Trapper's, nicknames Edit
Anyone else catch on that "Hawkeye" and "Trapper" are references to Doctors "Hawkeye" Pierce and "Trapper" John MacIntyre from the book/movie/TV show M*A*S*H? That ought to be worth noting in the Behind The Scenes section. —Unsigned comment by MadTheDJ (talk • contribs).
- If it isn't confirmed, original research is unverified information, and the Bts isn't for outlining possible real-world references. CC7567 (talk) 06:02, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
Relax. I just brought it up in discussion (that is the name of this section, right?). I'll get confirmation from the episode's writer that this was not a fantastic coincidence. Too bad there wasn't a trooper nicknamed "Hot Lips"...wait, that's probably a good thing. —Unsigned comment by MadTheDJ (talk • contribs).
I'm more familiar with the Marvel character Hawkeye, than the M.A.S.H. character. While I know nothing about M.A.S.H. I think Marvel would be more relevant to sci-fi nerds like us. SeanWheeler (talk) 02:39, February 3, 2013 (UTC)