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McHale finds there much to running a base.
kfo9494 from United States
11 November 2014
After viewing the last few episodes anything that came close to being
an average show was going to get a nice review. And in this show it was
at least entertaining enough where you could get interested in the
It begins when Binghamton is having to deal with many small things
going on around the base. He is at wits end when he gets a call that
Admiral Rafferty, a strict by-the-rules man, is coming for an
inspection of the base. Binghamton thinks of a plan where he will check
himself into the hospital and leave McHale as acting Commander of the
base. And without telling McHale about the Admiral's inspection, he
believes that McHale and his crew will screw up the base so bad that
they will be transferred or even face a court-martial.
With the crew having a party with hula-girls, everything seems to be
going as planned for Binghamton. But when the Admiral gets to the camp
and visits Binghamton in the hospital, all of the sudden the tables
turn and now Binghamton is looking like the one that may be transferred
or at least in need of a long vacation.
This really was not a bad show. The script was interesting and the
story was entertaining enough to keep the attention of the viewer.
There was still some rough patches but much better than the previous
few offerings. This episode was at best watchable. Plus it does not
hurt the show to see the beautiful Raquel Welch, in one of her first
acting gigs, in swimwear. That alone is an extra star rating.
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