Binghamton devises a scheme to make McHale and the 73 Crew look bad in the eyes of a visiting Congresswoman. But, after McHale and the guys scheme their way out of the jam, Binghamton must then cooperate with them, in order to get himself out of a tough situation with the Congresswoman, and get back at Harrigan, at the same time. Written by
David C. Bohn
Did You Know?
The title translates from Italian as "The Sweet 73". See more
Binghamton says, "Carey Grant - here I come. Judy, Judy, Judy". This famous "Judy" expression originated during a New York night club comedy routine by then-stand up comedian, Larry Storch
. 'McHale's Navy' takes place during World War II, which ended in 1945. Storch didn't become a stand up comedian until a few years after he, himself, was discharged in 1946 from the service as a seaman. See more