When Happy begins sleep-walking, due to his insecurity with women, Binghamton orders him to be psychiatrically evaluated, and shipped out, if found unfit for duty. So, McHale and the guys ... See full summary »

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When Happy begins sleep-walking, due to his insecurity with women, Binghamton orders him to be psychiatrically evaluated, and shipped out, if found unfit for duty. So, McHale and the guys try to help their Shipmate, by fixing him up with a pretty Nurse, but must first get around Binghamton's 'No Fraternization' rule. Written by David C. Bohn

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Started off weak but ended strong.
30 October 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode started out rather silly when Happy (Gavin MacLeod) feels that because he is bald he is not attractive to women. It goes as far as Happy sleep-walking across the island taking all the pictures of pin-up gals from other sailors. But with the help from the female nurses, and a hair piece, McHale hopes to show Happy that women are still attractive to him and stop his sleep-walking.

In the meantime Binghamton has placed an order for enlisted men to leave nurses alone. Her even posted new orders that if an enlisted man is seen close to the nurses barracks, he is to be shot. And with orders for the nurses not to leave the barracks without written permission it looks hopeless for Happy. But McHale has a plan.

The way this episode began it did not look promising for a good story. But as we progressed into the plot the story became more interesting and enjoyable. And with the high spirited Shelia James in the cast it prove to be an alright show. Nice watch.


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