Binghamton banishes the men of PT-73 to a dismal camp in Italy.
Disguised as an Italian family, McHale and his men play host to a German patrol.
McHale's crew pressures him into performing a wedding ceremony aboard the PT-73.
Parker uses McHale's look-alike cousin to convince Binghamton McHale is suffering from battle fatigue.
Fuji and Parker impersonate a Japanese admiral and his aide to get McHale and his crew away from German captors.
Parker is clapped in the brig after he spills spaghetti on Binghamton.
Binghamton discovers McHale and his men at a party instead of on the hike he ordered them to take.
The mayor of an Italian village forces McHale to use his PT-73 for a fishing expedition.
McHale and his men fake an enemy attack to save their wine cellar.
Binghamton recovers the wine McHale and his men have booby-trapped for the Germans.
Binghamton's operatic debut is disrupted by an air raid.
McHale and his men convince Binghamton he is the victim of an old curse.
Col. Harrigan takes over McHale's beach quarters for his own playground.
McHale and his men try to convince Binghamton the war is over.
Binghamton suspects McHale is involved in the black market.
McHale and his men are thrown in jail as suspects in the theft of Binghamton's ship's clock.
Binghamton appropriates the fire truck McHale's crew uses as a still.
Parker runs off and joins a gypsy camp when he believes he machine-gunned Binghamton.
Parker disguises himself as a WAC when McHale and his men try to play Cupid.
Binghamton's plan to film McHale and his men at a wild party backfires.
Binghamton finds himself in trouble when he tries to get a golf course built.
Binghamton assumes he's cracked a spy ring when he finds a chimpanzee carrying a top-secret order.
A shapely member of Binghamton's staff comes to the rescue when McHale and his men get in trouble over a beauty contest.
Binghamton takes advantage of McHale's absence by putting Parker in command of PT-73.
McHale is named the winner of a contest in the town of Voltafiore.
A lost German patrol wreaks havoc with Binghamton's command.
Binghamton finds himself at odds with a car race arranged by McHale and his men.
Binghamton is determined to make an example of Parker for fraternizing.
Binghamton lands himself on the field of honor opposing a dead-shot nobleman.
Binghamton's moment of planned heroism intended to impress a politician is ruined by a GI patrol.