This is a list of episodes from the first season of McHale's Navy.
Binghamton assigns Parker to McHale's PT-boat crew as executive officer.
Gruber puts in for a Purple Heart when he scratches his finger under enemy fire.
McHale tries his hand at matchmaking with Parker and a Navy nurse as his victims.
The South Pacific is overstocked with lost, strayed or stolen PT boats.
McHale and his crew use old movie soundtracks to avert a Japanese attack.
Never mind that it's against Navy regulations for an officer to marry an enlisted man, McHale is going to find a way to do it.
When Binghamton refuses to reimburse him for the loss of a coconut orchard, Chief Urulu puts a curse on the captain.
McHale and his crew set out to find three USO girls on an uncharted island.
McHale opens a resort hotel for tired naval personnel.
Binghamton ousts McHale and his crew from their happy home on McHale's Island.
McHale and his crew run into a Japanese ambush while playing Santa Claus to a group of native children.
When a photographer with an attitude is assigned to the 73 Crew, McHale and the boys must work up a plan to get rid of her.
Binghamton borrows McHale's PT-boat and crew to search for the enemy.
A U.S. Congresswoman comes to Taratupa, to find a War Hero to take on a Stateside War Bond tour, and Parker and the boys help McHale to get chosen for the job, thinking that they will be going along.
Binghamton decides to commandeer the best cook in the Pacific -- said to be McHale's cook, Fuji.
Binghamton wagers his ship's clock that Parker can outshoot Dennison.
To raise money for a party, McHale's crew raffles a date with a young Frenchwoman, Claudine Longet -- in her acting debut.
Binghamton finds an excuse to have the skipper and crew of PT-73 transferred to another command.
Binghamton enlists McHale's help in pacifying a native chieftain.
Parker is given an opportunity to demonstrate his prowess as a leader.
Binghamton embarks on a campaign to fatten up McHale.
McHale and his crew must get rid of a Japanese plane harassing the base before they can go on leave.
Binghamton is certain McHale is the source of a leak of confidential information.
Lovely Yvette Gerard has invited Parker to join her for a weekend at her island home. When Binghamton denies him leave, McHale works up a plan for Parker to have a â€˜working vacation' on the island, which winds up with an unexpected bonus.
Binghamton arrives unannounced with the mothers of three of McHale's men on the day of a festival.
Binghamton assigns McHale to permanent duty as a liaison officer to the British Navy.
Memorial services are conducted for McHale and his crew when they are presumed killed in action.
A Naval Personnel Officer is coming to check out McHale for a stateside training position. Binghamton leads McHale and his crew to believe that the Officer is coming to check out Binghamton for a promotion, and transfer, so they shape up, so that Leadbottom will ship out. But, when McHale finds out the real reason for the Officer's visit, he and his crew cook up a plan, to get him off the hook.
Binghamton enlists McHale's aid in commandeering a native tribe to work on the Taratupa airstrip.
A photographer is assigned to McHale's boat to take battle-action pictures.
When a dead ringer for Binghamton is assigned to McHale's crew, the men are sure he is a spy.
McHale and his crew decide to adopt a little girl left behind by a hospital ship.
Lester trades $4 million for some native trinkets.
McHale's crew stages an old-fashioned hoedown to cheer Willy up.
McHale looks for a way to straighten out the 10-year-old son of an admiral.
Binghamton has Parker assigned as his aide when he discovers that the ensign is related to Vice Admiral Parker.