The Captain revokes shore leave after someone crushes a cigar in his beloved plant.
The Captain sinks a washtub planted by Pulver, thinking it is a Japanese submarine.
Doc is depressed, so Roberts arranges for him to operate on Pulver.
Roberts is stunned to find that a beautiful woman is part of the cargo he is suppose to load on board.
A congressman plans to visit the ship after reading Pulver's letter detailing the crew's heroic exploits.
The Captain falls in love and is dismayed when the crew finds out.
Pulver pretends his girlfriend is royalty in order to explain why she is on board the ship.
The crew is tired of seeing the same movie over and over, so they enlist Roberts to steal the musical hidden in the Captain's cabin.
When Roberts's transfer is denied, he takes his anger out on the rest of the crew.
Roberts orders new part for the ship which will allow it to join a convoy headed to combat.
A Japanese pilot helps the crew when they get stuck in the middle of the ocean.
The Captain asks for Roberts' help in creating a cover story to cover-up the fact that the crew screwed up a mission.
Pulver asks his mother for help in getting Roberts transferred.
Roberts's transfer finally comes through, but the Captain plans to block it.
The ship accidentally leaves port with a pregnant woman in the sickbay.
Pulver accidentally kills the Captain's beloved plant.
Roberts gets a transfer, but must stay when his replacement proves to be inept.
Pulver gives medical supplies to a pretty lieutenant without permission.
Pulver is tongue-tied around the woman he's infatuated with.
When the Captain orders the locals off the ship, Roberts tries to make amends.
The Captain grants the new chief warrant officer permission to search Roberts's and Pulver's cabin.
The Navy wishes to place an observation post on a remote island, and Doc must persuade the female owner of the island to allow it.
Roberts arranges a boxing match between one of his crewman and the crewman of another ship.
The ship must transfer three USO girls, and the Captain orders them to stay out of sight.
The Captain needs his appendix removed, but refuses treatment since it means he will have to give up command.
The crew returns to the island of Namu to take a survival test.
Nobody believes Roberts after he claims to see a woman on board the ship.
The new ship cook causes problems for the crew.
Both Roberts and Pulver try to win a role in a movie.
A German spy who is a dead ringer for the Captain is planted on the ship.