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Hogan's Heroes

Season 2 Episode 3

Diamonds in the Rough

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Sep 30, 1966 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Diamonds in the Rough
A German officer threatens to expose Hogan unless he is paid a million dollars in diamonds.

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  • Oppportunistic Officer gets his Just Reward

    Hogan,and some of his Heroes are led into a are not turned over to the Gestapo because the person who had them arrested is Major in fact by the name of had a spy planted in Hogan's barracks,who gave him a full report on Hogan's spy would later be transferred to the Front,and reported this Major Hegel wants is in diamonds to keep quiet about Hogan,and the pretends to agree with the arrangement,but in reality is setting up the greedy puts in motion a plan that would get rid of the plan would involve both Klink,and surprise,and ironic fate awaits the Major.moreless
Werner Klemperer

Werner Klemperer

Col. Wilhelm Klink

Bob Crane

Bob Crane

Col. Robert Hogan

Richard Dawson

Richard Dawson

Cpl. Peter Newkirk

John Banner

John Banner

Sgt. Hans Schultz

Robert Clary

Robert Clary

Cpl. Louis LeBeau

Larry Hovis

Larry Hovis

Sgt. Andrew Carter

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Colonel Klink: [Hogan's typical obfuscation has just saved Klink's reputation before a Gestapo investigator - who has exited]
      Col. Wilhelm Klink: [surprised and aghast] Hogan, you are the biggest liar I have ever met in my whole life!
      [Klink exits]
      Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: Colonel Hogan, he said a terrible thing to you!
      Col. Robert E. Hogan: I know.
      Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: He called you a liar!
      Col. Robert E. Hogan: [dismissive] He really knows how to hurt a guy.
      [both smile and then light up cigars]


    • LeBeau: Well, let's take a vote. I say no.
      Newkirk: Definitely no.
      Kinchloe: No.
      Carter: No.
      Hogan: We'll make contact ten o'clock tonight.
      Kinchloe: Hey, I demand a recount!
      Hogan: Write to your Congressman.

    • Klink: Would anybody belive I could be just an ordinary private?
      Hogan: Why not? I believe.

    • (Gestapo Major is discussing Hogan's sabotage and underground efforts)
      Major Hegel: The Kommandant of Stalag 13, Colonel Klink, has no knowledge of these activities because he is a fool.
      Hogan: That's the first thing you've gotten right.

    • Hogan: What guarantee do we have you won't shoot us to keep us quiet?
      Major Hegel: My dear colonel, you have the best guarantee in the world: my word of honor.
      Hogan: Serves me right. Ask a silly question…

    • Kinchloe: So 'Robinson Crusoe' used the Underground to get in touch with us.
      Carter: I read Robinson Crusoe when I was a kid.
      Newkirk: There's a fascinatin' bit of news.

    • Schultz: I don't know what it is, but beautiful girls can not resist me.
      Kinchloe: No, no, Schultz: you mean you just can't resist them.
      Schultz: I like it my way better.

  • NOTES (4)


    • This episode alludes to Robinson Crusoe, a novel by Daniel Defoe often recognized as the first novel written in English. Its main character is known for surviving seemingly-insurmountable odds while a castaway on a deserted island.