The Army-Navy Game was episode twenty of the first season of the TV series M*A*S*H. It originally aired on February 25, 1973; its repeat on September 9, 1973.
The characters spend much of the day listening, or trying to listen, to the Army-Navy Game on Armed Forces Radio. On the show, Army blows a 14-0 lead and Navy wins, 42-36. This does not match the score of any actual Army-Navy Game ever played, whether before, during, or after the war (although Navy did win the 1951 game 42-7). Had such a game actually been played, it would have been the highest-scoring Army-Navy game ever, with the two teams combining for 78 points. The highest-scoring Army-Navy Game in real life thus far was Navy's 58-12 win in 2002, with a total of just 70 points. The only Army-Navy Game in which each team scored 30 or more points was the 1998 game, a 34-30 Army win.