McHale's Navy - Season 2 Episodes
“The Day the War Stood Still”
Parker's impersonations over the radio cause an outbreak of peace.
“The Binghamton Murder Plot”
Binghamton is convinced that McHale and his men are planning his demise.
“McHale and His Schweinhunds”
Parker blows the end off a valuable island with torpedoes intended for a German U-boat.
“Is There a Doctor in the Hut?”
McHale and his men are determined that a glamorous film star visit McHale's Island.
“To Binghamton with Love”
Binghamton orders McHale and his men to give him a testimonial dinner.
“Have Kimono, Will Travel”
McHale and his crew are forced to pull in at an island densely populated by Japanese troops.
“Today I Am a Man!”
Girl-shy Parker is assigned to train five beautiful nurses in judo and self-defense.
Binghamton becomes "Jolly Wally" to impress a war correspondent.
McHale's men help "Tinker" Bell's campaign with a nurse who has a yen for heroes.
“The August Teahouse of Quint McHale”
Binghamton draws up treason charges when he catches McHale trading rifles to the Japanese.
“French Leave for McHale”
McHale meets up with an old buddy who has McHale and his men thrown in jail.
“The Happy Sleepwalker”
Happy's sleepwalking leads Binghamton to ship him out of the combat zone.
“A Letter for Fuji”
McHale and his men set out to mail a love letter from a Japanese-held island.
“My Ensign, the Lawyer”
"Tinker" Bell is tried by a court-martial board for the theft of Binghamton's printing press.
“Orange Blossom for McHale”
A new Navy directive - Ordering all married Officers to be shipped home - Prompts Binghamton to scheme to get McHale married off to a shady saloon-keeper by the name of Kate O'Hara - An old friend of McHale's. But, neither Kate, nor McHale want to tie the knot, so they join forces, to try to thwart Binghamton's plan.
“Creature from McHale's Lagoon”
Binghamton orders the men of PT-73 to live in a swamp while he takes over their quarters.
“A Medal for Parker”
A chapter of Parker's novel in which he sinks a Japanese battleship appears as fact in his hometown newspaper.
“The Balloon Goes Up”
Binghamtom discovers he is personally responsible for a $140,000 shortage in the base inventory.
“Who'll Buy My Sarongs?”
McHale's men compete for the distinction of making the most fetching sarongs for a bazaar.
Binghamton is hypnotized so that the men can stage a show for the benefit of a nearby orphanage.
“The Great Impersonation”
Parker embarks on a dangerous decoy mission disguised as a British general.
“Urulu's Paradise West”
Binghamton catches Gruber and a native chief selling lots on Navy-held Taratupa Island.
Binghamton finds himself and Parker on board a Japanese airplane bound for Tokyo.
“Babette Go Home”
Binghamton finds the daughter of a French planter stowed away on PT-73.
“The Novocain Mutiny”
McHale has to figure out a way to get his pet prisoner-of-war's toothache treated by a Navy dentist.
“Stars Over Taratupa”
A Hollywood director selects McHale's men as the cast for his documentary.
“Comrades of PT 73”
A Russian navy officer, assigned to study PT-boat operations, turns out to be a young woman.
“Return of Big Frenchy”
A band of swindlers lands on Taratupa to steal a boatload of valuable supplies away from Binghamton.
“Alias PT 73”
Binghamton discovers McHale's crew was on an island enjoying a luau during an air raid on Taratupa.
“The Rage of Taratupa”
Rampant discord results when a singing sensation and his guitar are assigned to McHale's squadron.
“Ensign Parker, E.S.P.”
McHale's men look forward to becoming rich when Parker's dreams prove uncannily prophetic.
“The McHale Mob”
A native chief orders McHale and his men off their luxuriously equipped island.
“Carpenter in Command”
Mousy Lt. Carpenter turns into a raging lion when he becomes acting commander of Taratupa.
McHale's men peddle war souvenirs that turn out to be art treasures.
“The Dart Gun Wedding”
Binghamton becomes the unwilling flunky of the son of his peacetime boss.
“A Da-Da for Christy”
McHale's crew retaliates when the enemy jams Christy's attempt to talk to his son by short-wave radio.