Das gibt's nicht!
Ich sitz hier und recherchiere für ein MASH Spiel, an dem ich gerade bastle, und finde auf der Webseite von Toledo Ohio die Info, dass es Packos tatsächlich (noch heute) gibt!!!! Wusstet Ihr das schon? Ich bin total überwältigt! Coole Sache!
The M*A*S*H Connection
Jamie FarrThe words that came out of Jamie Farr's mouth on Feb. 24, 1976, would put Tony Packo's in the spotlight. Farr, a native Toledoan appearing in the television show, "M*A*S*H," was playing Corporal Max Klinger, a crazy medical corpsman who was from Toledo. In the episode that made Packo's future, a man playing a television newsman talked to Klinger about his hometown. Farr wrote a little local color into his reply. The lines read, "If you're ever in Toledo, Ohio, on the Hungarian side of town, Tony Packo's got the greatest Hungarian hot dogs. Thirty-five cents..." Thus a new epoch began. The name appealed to the scriptwriters, who wrote Packo's into five subsequent episodes. In one show the mobile hospital unit sent to Packo's for sausage casings to be used in a blood-filtering machine. Packo's was also mentioned in the two-and-a-half-hour final episode in 1983.