Baa Baa Black Sheep Season 1
Baa Baa Black Sheep Season 1
First Air Date: September 21, 1976
|First Aired on||:||1976|
1x23 The Fastest Gun (March 22, 1977)
When Pappy has engine trouble during the mission, a lone Japanese fighter challenges the ace pilot to a dangerous duel in the sky.
1x22 Last One for Hutch (March 08, 1977)
During a Japanese attack, one of the men is killed. Because of the Japanese forces, the Black Sheep and hospital staff are relocated to another island and all of them are re-asigned, but Boyington has a plan to fix everything.
1x21 W*A*S*P*S (March 01, 1977)
The battle of the sexes lands on the frontline when a Woman's Airforce Pilots squad arrives at the base.
1x20 Poor Little Lambs (February 22, 1977)
Twenty-four hours before a planned Marine attack, Pappy and two of his pilots are shot down over a targeted island occupied by enemy soldiers, missionaries, and orphans.
1x19 Trouble at Fort Apache (February 15, 1977)
A new experimental bomber has two generals giving conflicting orders and, unfortunately, Pappy is stuck in the middle.
1x18 The Last Mission Over Sengai (February 08, 1977)
Friendly fire or fatal strafing? That's the question facing a military court when Pappy is accused by a new Black Sheep pilot.
1x17 Five the Hard Way (February 01, 1977)
When French's father pressures his son to become an ace pilot by downing a fifth plane, Pappy takes a stand against the overeager newspaper publisher.
1x16 Devil in the Slot (January 25, 1977)
Gutterman breaks under pressure of a hostile air attack, and a mechanic sees his opportunity to takeover the planes...and the men.
1x15 Deadliest Enemy of All: Part 2 (January 18, 1977)
Pappy receives an entirely new kind of wound when a nurse that he's fallen for reveals that she's married.
1x14 The Deadliest Enemy of All: Part 1 (January 11, 1977)
When French gets flamed in a hailstorm of flak, Pappy guides the pilot to safety but is injured in the process.
1x13 The War Biz Warrior (January 04, 1977)
A movie hero discovers war is different than the way it is portrayed on film when he is sent on a combat mission in order to improve morale.
1x12 Love and War (December 14, 1976)
Nothing is fair in love or war when Bragg and Casey both fall for the same pretty nurse.
1x11 The Cat's Whiskers (December 07, 1976)
Boyington is looking at facing the court martial Lard has been after, but with the war at a stand still for no apparent reason, Boyington finds out why and plans a mission to bring good graces upon the Black Sheep.
1x10 New Georgia on My Mind (November 30, 1976)
A marine Colonel arrives on the island and informs Boyington that he and his squad are going to join him on a raid. Boyington is not pleased when he learns that the Colonel is taking command of his squad so he goes to General Moore who tells him to suck it up. And things between the marines and the black sheep get tense. And when the Colonel pushes them too far, Boyington snaps.
1x09 Anyone for Suicide? (November 23, 1976)
Boyington, just recovered from malaria, gets no volunteers for a dangerous mission after Doc Lindsay tells the Black Sheep to ground Pappy or he'll send him stateside. Pappy decides to fly the mission anyway, with four strangers. After bad weather keeps the replacements from flying in, the mission is scrubbed. To get back into Pappy's good graces, the Black Sheep decide to fly with Pappy, but the mission doesn't go as planned.
1x08 Up for Grabs (November 16, 1976)
General MacArthur is visiting everyone in the Pacific and Boyington's men are his next stop. On the day he is suppose to arrive, some Japanese soldiers show up and take everyone captive, with the intent to grab MacArthur. But fortunately Wiley and Casey went fishing so they weren't captured. So they must try and find a way to stop them.
1x07 The Meatball Circus (November 09, 1976)
The navy whisks Boyington and other squadron leaders away and tells them to pick five men for a top secret mission where five men from each will have fly until out of gas and ditch in the ocean, hoping to be picked up. Angered, Boyington comes up with an alternate plan and enlists the help of his flying meatball circus. But Boyington isn't sure what is more dangerous, flying a mission over multiple Japanese carriers, or his men butting heads with professionally dressed, by-the-book Navy men.
1x06 Presumed Dead (October 26, 1976)
Presumed dead, flying ace Charles Dobson is found afloat on a raft at sea, after being released by the Japanese. The Meatheads try to unlock the secret to why the Japanese have set up shop with anti-aircraft batteries overnight on an island seemingly with no importance. Dobson's strange behavior brings about suspicion in Boyington.
1x05 Prisoners of War (October 12, 1976)
During an early morning strafing attack by Japanese Zeros Pappy manages to shoot one down. After taking the pilot prisoner they begin to discover it's hard to hate him. He has lived in the U.S. and speaks perfect English and begins to warm up to the Squadron. But what Pappy really wants to know is what the sonar device was doing in his plane and what his mission has to do with the Japanese task force which is on the move.
1x04 High Jinx (October 05, 1976)
The Japanese have a new special modified armored Zero with the best Japanese pilots in the air. If Pappy or any of his men come up against them they are to disengage and get home. This doesn't sit well with Pappy or the rest of the squadron. Pappy pulls strings and has newly 'returned to service' Ace pilot Doug Rafferty assigned to his squadron. His father is an Admiral...but Jim remembers him from previous missions and believes him to be a jinx. Pappy won't have this kind of superstitious talk going around and tells Jim to keep his mouth shut.
1x03 Small War (September 28, 1976)
While on patrol Pappy is accidentally shot down by T.J. He hits the silk and winds up on a Japanese occupied island. The squadron's morale hits rock bottom while he is MIA and Jim is unsure of his abilities to command. Pappy soon discovers he is not the only one trying to survive on the hostile island.
1x02 Best Three Out of Five (September 23, 1976)
While in temporary command, Lard uses his powers to cut the supply lines to the Black Sheep, in order to have their unit shut down for no combat activity, but Boyington finds a way around that and all the Black Sheep are on leave. Things go awry when Boyington and crew return and finds the man Boyington stole the Corsairs from, now in charge of the 214.
1x01 Flying Misfits (September 21, 1976)
Maverick WW2 Marine aviator forms his own fighter squadron.