McHale and The Boys scheme to get rid of a troublesome new member of the 73 Crew, and, in the process, wind up in big trouble. But, the new Crewman - Who happens to be the spitting-image of Binghamton - Turns out to be quite useful, in a complicated plan to get them off the hook. Written by
David C. Bohn
Did You Know?
At one point, while attempting to distract the magazine photographer, McHale and Parker tell him that the nurses are sunbathing "in their bikinis." Although two-piece bathing suits had been around for some time, the term "bikini" wasn't used to refer to them until 1946, in conjunction with the atomic test that happened at Bikini Atoll, when the French designer of a new two-piece design suggested that it would create a burst of excitement like the bomb. See more
Joe Flynn (I) played two roles in this episode. Flynn is credited twice: as a regular cast member and as a guest star in position number 12 after Bob Hastings and before Jane Dulo. See more