McHale's Navy - Season 3 Episodes
“The Ghosts of 73”
Binghamton tries to spook the PT-73 crew until they beg for transfer.
“Lester, the Skipper”
Gruber gets himself in hot water when he tells his girlfriend he is a lieutenant commander.
“It's a Mad, Mad, Mad War”
The whole crew faces court-martial unless they can locate a girl with a heart-shaped beauty mark on her ankle.
“McHale, the Desk Commando”
Binghamton assigns McHale as temporary base commander in hopes of having him transferred.
“McHale's Floating Harem”
McHale and his men rescue a visiting sultan and his three daughters.
“Laugh, Captain, Laugh”
McHale's men charge Binghamton up with laughing gas to prevent him from court-martialing Parker.
“Will the Alligator Take the Stand?”
A court-martial board tries Parker for the theft of Binghamton's wallet.
“The British Also Have Ensigns”
Binghamton assigns a bumbling fool who is responsible for sinking three ships to McHale's unit.
“Senator Parker, Suh!”
Parker pretends to be a senator's nephew in order to get a promotion.
“Fountain of Youth”
Binghamton tries to push himself into position for a quick promotion.
“The Great Eclipse”
Binghamton sends McHale and his men to sign a peace treaty with a tribe of headhunters.
“McHale and His Jet Set”
McHale and his men impersonate international playboys in an attempt to help Binghamton.
“Christy Goes Traveling”
McHale's men put Christy in a sack and mail him home to see his baby daughter.
“The Missing Link”
Parker is assigned to a one-man lookout on an island frequently used by enemy ships for target practice.
“Fuji's Big Romance”
McHale's prisoner of war falls in love with a native chief's daughter.
“The Stool Parrot”
McHale's men are unaware their pet parrot is blabbing their secret plans to Binghamton.
“The PT 73 Follies”
Binghamton and Parker are air-dropped onto a deserted island for a survival test.
“The Truth Hurts”
Binghamton orders truth serum shots for McHale and his men in order to obtain evidence against them.
“The Late Captain Binghamton”
Binghamton finds out that he has only 48 hours to live after McHale's men touch up one of his X-rays.
“McHale's Floating Laundromat”
Binghamton assigns his aide to spy on McHale's camp.
“All Chiefs and No Indians”
Binghamton arranges for CPO examinations for McHale's men.
“Pumpkin Takes Over”
Binghamton's wife pays a surprise visit to Taratupa Island.
“The Seven Faces of Ensign Parker”
McHale sets out to spring Parker from the brig where he is being held on larceny charges.
“The Return of Maggie”
Binghamton arranges for McHale and his men to be caught in a raid on a gambling joint.
“Send This Ensign to Camp”
After he is hit on the head, Parker thinks he is 10-years-old.
“By the Numbers, Paint”
Binghamton suspects chicanery when McHale's men sell him a Gauguin painting.
Parker's Easter Bunny costume has the Japanese thinking the Americans are using forest demons.
“The Great Necklace Caper”
A chimpanzee steals a valuable necklace Binghamton bought for his wife.
“Will the Real Admiral Please Stand Up?”
A shah refuses to sign an oil rights agreement unless his friend Parker is made an admiral.
“Hello, McHale? Colonna!”
A famous World War II troubadour promises to come to Taratupa and put on a show.
“Rumble on Taratupa”
McHale's men are framed on a bootlegging charge and clapped in the brig.
“All Ahead, Empty”
Automation threatens to break up McHale's old gang.
“The Vampire of Taratupa”
Parker impersonates Dracula to escape from Binghamton's clutches.
“Birth of a Salesman”
Binghamton conducts a forced sale of insurance in order to impress an insurance tycoon.
“A Star Falls on Taratupa”
A publicity-hungry movie star succeeds in being marooned on an island with McHale and his men.
“Make Room for Orvie”
Binghamton assigns a young sailor to spy on McHale and his men.