This is the first ever episode in which the romance between Major Lila Garreau and Sgt. Pepper gets it's confirmation.
(Boonie and Hyers are dragging the dead Col. Darling off K.C.'s bed)
K.C.: What are you yelling at me for? It's not my fault the colonel had a bum ticker. Well? You're not just going to leave him like that?
Boonie: Why can't we just take him back to his quarters?
K.C.: (displaying the handcuffs Col. Darling is wearing) Because he probably has a wife and three children back home. Don't you think we should spare them the humiliation?
Hyers: Now don't get edgy.
K.C.: Don't get edgy? A full-dead colonel is handcuffed to my bed and you're telling me not to get edgy?
Boonie: A full-dead handcuffed colonel, with sunglasses.
Hyers: Well, what are we going to do now?
Boonie: I don't know. What do you think?
Hyers: I don't know! That's why I asked you. What do you think?
Boonie: I don't know. (to K.C.) What do you think?
K.C.: What do I think? I think we're never going to win this war!
Dr. Richard: Well, it looks like Corporal Nichols is displaying some kind of rebellion.
McMurphy: (to Col. Darling) It's a massive frontal lobe contusion.
Dr. Richard: What I mean in medical terms, the kid's head did a big splat. I shoveled as much of his brain back into his head as a could, but I guess I must have missed a few pieces.
Col. Darling: Is this one of the casualties from the attack last night on Firebase Nightingale?
Dr. Richard: No. Firebase Watertower. A few too many Brewskies.
Jeff Kober and Ricki Lake are credited but don't appear.