Hacker plans to get even when Carter sells his car to Gomer instead of to him.
Duke is promoted to corporal, but finds his old reputation getting in his way.
Gomer and Carter are the victims of the lead boot, the battalion's booby prize.
Lou Ann's old boyfriend visits.
The platoon's chances to sing in a movie are almost spoiled by Sgt. Carter -- he can't carry a tune.
Gomer and Carter clash as they vie for an actress.
A movie star tries to get Carter to marry her -- after Gomer refuses -- in order to avoid being deported.
Carter appears in a Hollywood movie, but finds acting harder than he thought.
Sgt. Hacker bets Carter that he can't go 24 hours without losing his temper, and then enlists Gomer's aid to win his bet.
Lonely widow Molly Gordon feels old and useless until Gomer and his appreciative buddies eat her wonderful home cooking.
Gomer is assigned to guard duty at a back gate of the base and refuses to let Carter pass through.
South American General Cortez looks up his old friends, and falls in love with Carter's girlfriend Bunny.
When Carter scratches a parked car and offers to pay for it, the owner shows up with a bill for a completely demolished fender.
Carter won't believe that Gomer really knows football star Moose Lewis.
Gomer's practical joke backfires when Lou Ann appears to like his fake tattoo.
Gomer and Carter are contestants on the "Win-A-Date" televised program.
Carter decides that Gomer might not re-enlist if he were married, so he tries to push the private into a quick wedding.
Sgt. Carter saves Gomer's life and almost comes to regret it as Gomer suffocates him with gratitude.
Gomer and Lou Ann pitch in to help open a new diner, not realizing the owners are in fact planning to rob the bank next door.
Gomer and Carter again fall prey to con man "Friendly Freddy," now running a computer dating service.
Gomer inadvertently reveals the position of his platoon to the "enemy" during camp maneuvers.
Gomer overhears a conversation about Bunny's sick cat and jumps to the conclusion that it's Sgt. Carter who is critically ill.
Carter decides he must get away from Gomer to avoid a nervous breakdown, but continues to be haunted by him.
Carter takes charge of Gomer's life savings for safekeeping and has his pocket picked by a little old lady.
A Marine buddy breaks his leg and Gomer and Carter have to take his expectant wife to the hospital.
Three hippies help Gomer paint a truck for maneuvers, but the results are not standard military camouflage.
Carter allows a pet rabbit to escape before he learns that it belongs to a general's son.
Sgt. Carol wants Gomer to sing in the Marine camp show she is organizing, but Sgt. Carter won't agree to her plans.
Gomer must escort Sgt. Carter's sister to a dance.
Carter learns Gomer is being sent to another base.