McHale's Navy (1962–1966)
Air Vice Marshall Alexander Mackaye shares the same nickname as CAPT Wallace Binghamton of McHale's Navy, "Old Leadbottom." Both received it for the same reason--bullet wound in the posterior.
When Beaver says working on a fishing boat wouldn't be so tough, Wally kids that Beaver gets seasick just watching "McHale's Navy".
When Roy and John rescue a man trapped under a boat located on a movie studio lot, it's the PT boat used McHale and his crew.
This show is referenced in an ABC commercial.
Crow: McHale, what the hell are you doing?
"I refuse to watch the colorized episodes"
Crow: "McHale's Navy Goes to the Planet of the Apes"
Mentioned by Crow
"McHale's Navy: Nights"
Mike: McHale! Your water's dirty McHale.
Rodney mentions the show when talking to Cara about what parts of television shows are real.
mentioned by name
Crow: McHale's timeshare in Sarasota.
Bucky points to a cast photo of it on the wall; in-joke as Tim Conway worked on both projects
mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "TV Reveille"
Mentions Joe Flynn's role as Captain Wallace B. Binghamton
Transporting a man arrested for indecent exposure, Mike admonishes him to "keep his butt on the blanket". The perp played by Tim Conway replies, "Aye aye, Captain Binghamton".
mentioned by Peter King
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Scenes from this TV show are featured during the segment with Ernest Borgnine.
A brief clip of this show is featured when Craig T. Nelson speaks of Tim Conway.
Bobby watches the show on television.