China Beach Season 4
S04 E01Sep 29, 1990
History: Part I: The Big Bang Sep 29, 1990 In 1985, a reunion between Boonie and Dr. Richard stirs up memories of their first meeting in Vietnam in 1966. It also brings up questions for Boonie's 18-year-old adopted daughter, Karen.
S04 E02Oct 6, 1990
History Part II-She Sells More Than Sea Shells Oct 6, 1990 Still in 1985, Karen learns how her natural mother, KC, coped with her pregnancy by turning to Boonie for help.
S04 E03Oct 13, 1990
You, Babe Oct 13, 1990 In Saigon in 1967, KC gives birth with McMurphy's help and gives the baby over to a foster mother.
S04 E04Oct 27, 1990
Escape Oct 27, 1990 While attending his father's funeral in 1985, Beckett reflects on his childhood and his tour of duty in Vietnam with the Graves Registration Unit.
S04 E05Nov 3, 1990
Fever Nov 3, 1990 In 1970, McMurphy returns home to Lawrence, Kansas to make peace with her mother and try to settle down into civilian life, but finds both goals beyond her grasp.
S04 E06Nov 10, 1990
Juice Nov 10, 1990 In 1972, Dr. Richard and his nurse take a romantic trip to Florida, where they run across a hard-livng McMurphy working at an orange-juice factory.
S04 E07Nov 17, 1990
One Giant Leap Nov 17, 1990 In 1969, China Beach watches from afar as the first men land on the moon. McMurphy simmers jealously as Dr. Richard falls for a new nurse. Beckett entertains a group of USO singers in his G.R.U. hut. A disturbed Boonie meets with a tragic accident.
S04 E08Dec 1, 1990
One Small Step Dec 1, 1990 Suddenly back home and missing one leg, Boonie begins a slow and painful re-entry into civilian life with the comfort of a loving nurse.
S04 E09Dec 8, 1990
The Call Dec 8, 1990 Frankie returns to Chicago in 1969 to try her hand at being a standup comic but runs into the tragically funny trial of the infamous Chicago Seven. Back in Vietnam, McMurphy tries to help Dodger convince some Montagnard tribes people to evacuate their homes.
S04 E10Jun 4, 1991
I Could Have Danced All Night ... But Didn't Jun 4, 1991 McMurphy meets a sympathetic drummer at a 1983 wedding and recalls the 1969 wedding of Lila and Sarge Pepper, as well as the end of her relationship with Dr. Richard.
S04 E11Jun 11, 1991
100 Klicks Out Jun 11, 1991 The imminent fall of Saigon reunites KC with her daughter as she struggles to get the little girl out of Vietnam and safely to America and a waiting Boonie. In the 1980s, a cynical McMurphy tries to prevent further child abuse in New Mexico.
S04 E12Jun 18, 1991
The Always Goodbye Jun 18, 1991 The arrival in Bangkok in 1969 of a hard-drinking McMurphy and a young private disrupts KC's carefully developed new life and brings back unwanted memories.
S04 E13Jun 25, 1991
Quest Jun 25, 1991 In 1976, McMurphy helps KC re-enter the country and find her daughter before heading out to Montana to visit Dodger, who's coping with a disabled father and raising his son Archie alone.
S04 E14Jul 9, 1991
Rewind Jul 9, 1991 In 1985, Karen begins a videotape project interviewing China Beach veterans about their experiences in Vietnam and their memories of her natural mother.
S04 E15Jul 16, 1991
Through and Through Jul 16, 1991 In 1985, an increasingly angry Colleen torments herself and her husband until she discovers she's suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome and seeks help to deal with the memories of her final weeks in Vietnam.
S04 E16Jul 22, 1991
Hello, Goodbye (1) Jul 22, 1991 McMurphy agrees to attend a China Beach reunion planned by Boonie and recalls her last day in Vietnam, and travels to Washington DC with the others to visit the Vietnam Memorial. Karen comes to terms with the ghost of her absent mother, KC.
S04 E17Jul 22, 1991
Hello, Goodbye (2) Jul 22, 1991 McMurphy agrees to attend a China Beach reunion planned by Boonie and recalls her last day in Vietnam, and travels to Washington DC with the others to visit the Vietnam Memorial. Karen comes to terms with the ghost of her absent mother, KC.