After Binghamton arrests an AWOL WAC Corporal and jails her on suspicion of espionage, Parker must play the part of a WAC MP, as part of McHale's plan to free her, and reunite her with her boyfriend, before her unit ships out to North Africa. Written by
David C. Bohn
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The title references the The Women's Army Corps that was established in 1942 to provide needed manpower and an organization in which patriotic women could join the Army. The corps was disbanded in 1978 when all soldiers male or female became soldiers in the United States' Army. See more
After Binghamton takes Sally away from the lecture, the next scene is McHale and the crew in their wine cellar. McHale is in the large chair with one leg on a coffee table. He starts talking and removes the leg from table. But when the camera angle changes his leg is back on the table. See more