Lt. Rollins served as the prosecuter in the courts martial trial of Klinger, who's accused of accuiring a camera for the officers from a black market ring he's also accused of being a part of in the Season 10 M*A*S*H episode "Snappier Judgement".
|Rank:||LT (O-2), U.S. Army, Judge Advocate General (JAG) command|
|Job/Role in Unit:||Prosecuter in the courts martial trial of Klinger, who's accused of accuiring a camera for the officers from a black market ring he's also accused of being a part of|
Number appeared in:
|"Snappier Judgement" (Season 10)|
|Appeared on/or in:||M*A*S*H in guest appearance|
|Played by:||Jack Blessing|
About Lt. RollinsEdit
Klinger is brought in to face a courts martial, charged with being part of a black market ring when a Polaroid land camera for the officers that Hawkeye and B.J. received as a gift from the grateful father of a patient of theirs-- which the prosection allegees was accquired by Klinger from the ring. The prosecuting attorney, Lt. Rollins, who looks so youthful, that it's as if he's fresh out of law school and recently passed his bar exam, manages to drag damaging testimony for Klinger, while making a babbling fool out of Charles, who tries to defend him.
But, both Hawkeye and B.J. come to save the day, having returned to the trial after being able to set a trap for the real culprit, a crooked M.P. while they were in surgery, as they causes Rollins's case against Klinger to fall flat, as he, instead of Charles, has egg all over his face as the Colonel Drake exonerates Klinger.