A man goes into a cave to relieve himself and is chased out by Japanese. A man is shown naked preparing for a bath but then commits suicide; penis is seen. We get something of an answer to that second question, a far easier one for a TV show to deal with than the first, when Sledge, Bob Leckie and much of the 1st Marine Corp storm the tiny island of Peleliu. Stella, eventually, dumps Bob not because she thinks he might die, but because his life hangs in the balance, and that sort of uncertainty would only further destroy her already shattered family. This blog is for those who are watching The Pacific on Sky Movies. We will see how Sledge, the devout Christian, sticks to his principles in the coming weeks. A man asks a woman to "show me your caboose. Then there's "Snafu" Shelton, a corporal with a touch of the Peter Lorres, who takes a noticeable degree of pleasure in dirtying the hands of Sledge and his fellow new recruits. Lots of violence, guns, big and small, gore, blood, you name it. Men are shown naked from behind trying to shower during a rainstorm. At times ethereal and at other times stark, this hour reminds us that there was no space untouched by the war, and even those spaces which seem like they offer some form of sanctuary are inevitably shattered by the harsh reality surrounding them. The war is getting dirtier and morality is becoming blurred. They begin kissing and fondling no nudity.