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McHale's Navy follows the wacky schemes of Lt. Cmdr Quinton McHale and his crew to make money, get girls and have a ball. Their nemesis is Captain Binghamton who struggles to rid himself of the headache that PT-73 has become for him. Despite their scheming, conniving, and often lazy and unmilitary ways, McHale's crew is always successful in combat in the end.
The crew steals Binghamton's champagne to celebrate Fuji's one-year anniversary with them. But when Binghampton captures Fuji, the crew have to fake the end of the war to distract him so they can free their friend.
Binghamton cracks down on the crew because of an upcoming fitness inspection. When he hears them talking about killing a griffa bird, he assumes that they want to kill him.
After Binghamton files a charge of cowardice against Parker, he thinks that Parker is faking when the ensign claims to have spotted a German U-boat in Pacific waters. However, it turns out that Parker is right... and he and the 73 crew to have stop an alliance between the two Axis powers.
The crew convinces Binghamton that they can get actress Rita Howard to the base. Once they pull that off, they have to get her there past her officious Army escort... which requires Parker to pose as a doctor.
Binghamton has to impress a visiting admiral with a testimonial dinner in his honor... but no one wants to come.
Binghamton finds out about the crew's upcoming Follies and puts an end to it, forcing them to take him to a Comfleet conference. But when they get hit by a Zero, the 73 is forced to put in at a Japanese island to refuel... and the crew tries out their acts disguised as Japanese minstrels.
Parker tries to impress a new nurse, Georgianna. When she accidentally and continually upstages him, Parker puts in for a transfer... and the crew come up with a plan to rebuild his morale.
Parker knows a visiting war correspondence and convinces him that Binghamton is "Jolly Wally," who laughs in the face of danger. However, when Binghamton overdoes it, the Navy sends a psychiatrist to check him out.
When Tinker's date goes out with a war hero, Gruber starts some scuttlebutt to puff up his friend's reputation. However, everyone soon thinks that the 73 is going on a dangerous secret mission... including the Japanese.
After Binghamton catches a glimpse of Fuji, McHale and the crew launch a scheme to convince Binghamton that he has battle fatigue... and sees Japanese everywhere
While taking some unofficial leave in New Caledonia, the crew ends up in jail... and an old smuggler friend of McHale's steals the 73.
When Happy is too shy to have a love life, he sleepwalks. When Binghamton finds out, he calls for a Navy psychiatrist and Happy will be sent off unless the crew can restore his confidence.
The crew take on a dangerous mission to deliver Fuji's letter to a Japanese-held island and mail it to Japan so that he can hear back from his girlfriend.
The crew steals Binghamton's new printing press. When Binghamton catches Tinker red-handed with it, Parker ends up defending the sailor and stalling for time.
When the Navy orders that married officers have to be sent home after 24 months, Binghamton decides to force McHale to marry an old associate, Kate O'Hara, who is stuck on the island after an emergency landing.
Gruber's scheme to salt fake pearls in the lagoon backfires when Binghamton mistakes them for the real thing and evicts the 73 crew out of their camp.
Parker gets in hot water when the crew sends a chapter of his war novel to Parker's girlfriend Mary to impress her... and everyone thinks the story is real.
To assure that Binghamton get transferred to ComFleet, the crew have to recover a barrage balloon that they traded to Urula.
Binghamton takes advantage among the crew of how to design sarongs to ship McHale out so that the 73 men will fail an efficiency test and get transferred
Parker tries his newly learned powers of hypnosis and discovers that it works on Binghamton... just as they need Binghamton to approve a benefit show for an orphanage.
ComFleet takes advantage of Parker's resemblance to a famed English general to use him as a decoy. Unfortunately, enemy agents decide to assassinate Parker.
Binghamton has to make nice with Chief Urulu when the Navy orders Binghamton to purchase an island for a radar outpost.
Binghamton gets hold of Parker's diary, which details all of the crew's thefts. When he loses the diary, Binghamton decides to call Parker as a witness.
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