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Binghamton gets hold of Parker's diary, which includes details of the Crew's shady activities. After the guys steal the diary from The Captain's safe, Binghamton sets out to personally escort Parker to The Admiral. But, after falling into enemy hands, on the way, and being rescued by the 73 Crew, Binghamton changes his mind, after some gentle persuasion by McHale. Written by David C. Bohn

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17 February 1964 (USA)  »

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At the conclusion of the first act, Binghamton handcuffs himself to Parker, stating that they will remain that way until they reach ComFleet. At the beginning of the next act, he and Parker arrive in his office, and Parker is now wearing his uniform jacket. Parker could not have put on the uniform jacket, however, while both men were wearing handcuffs. See more »


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Thought this was going to be interesting, I was wrong
2 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode started out so hopeful with everything going along nicely then the show made a situation where Binghamton and Parker are handcuffed together for about twenty minutes of the show. The handcuff may have been interesting the first 5 minutes but the remaining 15 minutes it turned into a long painful trek that lost most of the interest by the time the show wraps up in an even more surreal situation.

The story begins with interest when Binghamton discovers Ensign Parker's diary that has all the colorful things the men have been doing. The book contains things like stealing supplies, selling a jeep and making home-brew. Binghamtom has enough evidence to provide Admiral Parker for court-martial of the entire crew.

But during the night the diary is stolen from Binghamton's safe. Binghamton goes and arrest Parker so that he can personally account for things in the diary. Binghamton handcuffs Parker to his arm so that nothing can happen to him before he gets to the Admiral. But when the plane they are riding has an engine fire, the handcuffs places them in many awkward situations.

Again the situation started off well but how many laughs can you get with the same gig. There was even a part when Binghamton first handcuffs the two together and an almost two minutes scene happens with Binghamton and Parker trying to get together through some sort of window. That was about the time the joke had run its course. And that is about time most viewers will check out.

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