Binghamton has his eye on a piece of oceanfront property in New Caledonia, and, when it seems that Parker has come into some big money, The Captain hits him up for a loan, so that he can acquire it. Parker unwittingly agrees, but, after he finds out that his windfall is nearly nothing, Binghamton must join McHale and the 73 Crew in a scheme to get out of the deal, which nearly gets them all into big trouble, but winds up working out for the good. Written by
David C. Bohn
Did You Know?
The title refers to "The Jet Set" who were the rich or celebrities who hopped around the world using the new jet travel available in the 1960's. See more
The very title is an anachronism. While the sitcom takes place during WWII (1941-1945 for the U.S.), Igor Cassini coined the term "Jet Set" in the 1950s, to celebrate the rich and famous who were the only ones who could afford to travel by the newly-introduced passenger jets. The term for the upper classes used in the 1940s was "Cafe Society." See more
Captain Wallace B. Binghamton
[growling at a stuffed owl
What are you staring at?