McHale's Navy: Season 4, Episode 29

Binghamton at 20 Paces (5 Apr. 1966)

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A trigger-happy Italian Count challenges Parker to a duel, and, while McHale and the guys try to help him out of the situation, Binghamton tries to use it as a way to get rid of both Parker and McHale.

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A trigger-happy Italian Count challenges Parker to a duel, and, while McHale and the guys try to help him out of the situation, Binghamton tries to use it as a way to get rid of both Parker and McHale.

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The title refers to a duel, possibly with pistols fired once the two duelists have walked twenty paces. See more »

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Lt. Commander Quinton McHale: [referring to Parker's upcoming duel] You can't go through with it!
Ensign Charles Parker: Skip, I gotta go through with this duel. I gotta prove I'm not chicken.
Harrison Bell: It's better to be a live chicken than a dead duck.
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An average show as we quickly approach the end of the series.
28 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This next to last episode of the series was nice enough. Nothing really stood out as extraordinary or excitingly funny but it was pleasant enough to watch.

The main plot involves a local man, Count Cesare Spinetti, feeling like he was dishonored by Ensign Parker. The Count challenges Parker to an old fashion duel. Parker has been feeling down about being called a coward, so he take up the challenge and will fight the Count. But as things progress in the story, there will be more people, higher up in rank, that will also dishonor the Count and will face the same situation.

The most humorous part of the show is Binghamton at the duel. The way he leaves the grounds was the best part of the show. Other than that scene, it was just an average show that served its purpose. A slightly above average watch.


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