The episode opens with an uncommon shot of the London skyline and the word "LONDON" superimposed upon it.
LeBeau: Colonel, I'd like to volunteer for service with the invading forces.
Hogan: Request denied. Although I know how you feel.
Lilli: After all this time, I am to help with this crazy scheme which has no possibility of realization?
Hogan: It's up to you.
Lilli: For laughs, yes.
Hogan: Thanks. You'll have a million.
Klink: Hogan, what are you doing here? I left strict orders: any prisoners found outside the barracks would be shot!
Hogan: I just came through the tunnel; there's an entrance in your outer office.
Carter: (dressed in an SS uniform) How do I look, Colonel?
Hogan: Like a Boy Scout with a mustache, but you're all we've got.
Klink: The Fuhrer is looking for the most incompetent colonel in the German army, to make him his new Chief of Staff.
Hogan: Marvelous, congratulations!
This episode marked the only appearance from Gail Kobe.
This episode marked the only appearance from Ivan Triesault.
This episode marks the second of seven unrelated appearances by John Hoyt.
This episode marks the second of two unrelated appearances by J. Pat O'Malley.
This episode marks the second of four appearances by Harold Gould.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Allies" volume.
Schultz actually discovers the tunnel entrance under the bunk in this episode, but this revelation is never mentioned again.
Harold Gould, who appears as General Von Scheider, appears on television much later as Rose Nylond's boyfriend "Miles" in the wildly popular 80s sitcom "The Golden Girls."
This episode theme alludes to something which actually happened: the German generals' staff being convinced that an attack would occur at Calais, not Normandy.
In reality, many Allied prisoners were actually told it would be at Calais so if captured and tortured the Germans would think they knew. A comical way to intersperse some reality that shows this series is totally not in chronoligical order.