McHale's Navy

Season 2 Episode 8

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Nov 05, 1963 on ABC
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Jolly Wally
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Eager to have a well-known War Correspondent do a story on him, Binghamton makes Parker – Who is the Correspondent's childhood friend – The Base PR Officer. But Parker's ideas for good press turn out to be not so good.

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    Tim Conway

    Tim Conway

    Ensign Charles Parker

    Ernest Borgnine

    Ernest Borgnine

    Lt. Cdr. Quinton McHale

    Gavin MacLeod

    Gavin MacLeod

    Joseph "Happy" Haines (1962-1964)

    Billy Sands

    Billy Sands

    Harrison 'Tinker' Bell

    Bob Hastings

    Bob Hastings

    Lt. Elroy Carpenter

    Gary Vinson

    Gary Vinson

    George "Christy" Christopher

    Peter Leeds

    Peter Leeds

    Whit Barrett

    Guest Star

    Nelson Olmsted

    Nelson Olmsted

    Captain Saunders

    Recurring Role

    Jane Dulo

    Jane Dulo

    Molly Turner

    Recurring Role

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      • Binghamton has just received word that Whit Barrett - The famous War Correspondent - Is due to arrive at Taratupa the following day.

        Binghamton: Notify all personnel… I want this base one hundred percent ship-shape!

        Carpenter: Yes sir. And, good luck to you, sir.

        Binghamton: Luck?

        Carpenter: Well, yes sir. Every time Mr. Barrett devotes one of his newspaper columns to a man, he seems to get promoted.

        Binghamton: I could care less.

        Carpenter: But, in the last six months, sir, it's happened three times!

        Binghamton: Four.

        Carpenter: (Thinking, as he counts) Captain Stutz... Admiral Brawley... Commander Simpson.

        Binghamton: You're forgetting that young hot-rodder on the PT 109. He became a full Lieutenant!

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      • Just 17 days after this episode was originally aired, former U.S. Navy Lieutenant John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. (See Quotes)

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