That's No Lady, That's My Spy

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (4)

  • Klink: The fat little lady in the red dress has been eating steadily over an hour and a half. Burkhalter: That's my wife. Klink: Did I say "red dress?" I- I meant green dress of course. I'm color blind, you know.

  • Carter: You sure you don't want to hear my second idea? Newkirk: We didn't want to even hear your first one!

  • (Schultz enters the barracks) Hogan: Schultz, don't you know you're supposed to be announced? Schultz: I'm sorry, Colonel Hogan. I rang, but your doorbell was out of order.

  • Hogan: Carter, get rid of that bush. Carter: Uh, Colonel, it's camoflauge. Hogan: Carter, do as I say. Carter: But there's more bushes like this back there. Hogan: Carter! Carter: What's wrong with the bush, Colonel? Hogan: Well, for one thing, it's poison ivy!

Notes (4)

  • This episode marks the fourth of four unrelated appearances by Diana Chesney.

  • This episode marks the second of two unrelated appearances by Alice Ghostley. In her first, she played Gertrude Linkmeyer, a role later taken over by Kathleen Freeman.

  • This episode marks the seventeenth of seventeen appearances by David Morick.

  • This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "Dismissed" volume.

Trivia (3)

  • The Heroes' Underground contact is Danzig.

  • During roll call, a very convincing, consistent, and accumulating snowstorm is created.

  • LeBeau is grazed by a Nazi bullet in this episode, his only injury suffered throughout the entire series.