While mixing business with pleasure on an island plantation, Parker must pose as a Frenchman, in order to avoid capture, while he reports details on a Japanese radio-jamming operation.
Did You Know?
The title is from the song "Some Enchanted Evening", that comes from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "South Pacific" which took place in the same setting as McHale's Navy. The original Broadway production opened at the Majestic Theater on April 7, 1949, ran for 1925 performances starring Mary Martin as Nellie Forbush and Ezio Pinza as Emile de Becque, and won the 1950 Tony Award for the Best Musical, Libretto and Score. See more
At the end when McHale dismisses the crew for leave, Binghamton has went over to Yvette Gerard and greeted her. When the camera goes to close-up Binghamton greets Yvette Gerard again. See more
[romantically with a French accent
Ensign Charles Parker
Well, you don't have to be so formal with me. You don't have to call me Scharles. You can just call me Schuck.
References South Pacific