In most episodes, the last name of the recurring character 'Nurse Molly' (Played by Jane Dulo) is 'Turner', but, in some early episodes, it is 'Hunter'. However, in this particular episode, the character's last name was mis-spelled, as 'Tunner'.
The crew and the headhunters stare directly into the solar eclipse, which would cause solar retinopathy leading to temporary or permanent blindness.
When Parker says that there's a Bible down below, McHale supposedly stomps on his foot and Parker reacts. However, Kate is standing between McHale and Parker, putting McHale several feet away from the ensign.
After McHale sees Kate off in New Caledonia, he goes back aboard the 73 and says Kate isn't such a bad dame. There's a camera cut to a different angle, and Willy who was behind Christy is now ahead of him. Virgil, who was standing to Parker's left, is now to right and directly behind McHale.
When Binghamton makes his entrance, in his Geisha costume, there is a tremendous round of applause, yet, when the audience is shown, no one is clapping.
While the boat is supposedly anchored at a deserted island, Tinker (Billy Sands) comes up from the engine bay, to tell McHale that the engines are operational again. Behind Tinker, the open sea can be seen, and the boat is apparently moving, as evidenced by the wake.
While Charlie's plane is on the ground, before Mr. Parker takes off, it's wings, elevators, and tail rudder all have rounded ends, and it has a two-man cockpit. But, during Parker's erratic flight, the plane is clearly different, in that it's wings, elevators and tail rudder all have square ends, and it has a one-man cockpit.
In the end, the Congresswoman chooses the PT 109 for the War Bond Tour, whose Commander, of course, is Lieutenant John F. Kennedy.
Parker says that he lives in Schenectady, New York. Later episodes will establish that he was born in Ohio--the same state where actor Tim Conway was born.