Loretta Swit on being offered the role of "Christine Cagney" on Cagney and Lacey and playing the character in the television film version; on pushing for Tyne Daly to get the role in the series
Loretta Swit on researching for the role of "Christine Cagney" in the original television film version of Cagney & Lacey; on the policewoman she modeled her role after
Loretta Swit on the censorship issues around the character of "Christine Cagney"
Loretta Swit on how she landed the role of "Margaret Houlihan" on M.A.S.H - she was worried they would pass on her because she didn't have any comedy experience
Loretta Swit on filming the pilot of M.A.S.H
Loretta Swit on her M.A.S.H character "Margaret Houlihan": "the best damn nurse" and on her character's relationship with "Frank Burns"
Loretta Swit on women's role in wartime as portrayed on M.A.S.H
Loretta Swit on the M.A.S.H episode "The Nurses," directed by Joan Darling
Loretta Swit on the M.A.S.H episode "Dreams," written by Alan Alda
Loretta Swit on the M.A.S.H episode "Comrades in Arms," written by Alan Alda in which the relationship between "Hawkeye "and "Major Houlihan" takes a dramatic turn
Loretta Swit on MacLean Stevenson leaving M.A.S.H and Harry Morgan joining the cast
Loretta Swit on McLean Stevenson's character being killed in the M.A.S.H series and the audience's reaction; on the opportunity for the show to express "war is hell"
Loretta Swit on the filming of the last episode of M.A.S.H, "Time Capsule"
Loretta Swit on the legacy of M.A.S.H