A pack of Marlboro 100's cigarettes is superimposed over some of the closing credits.
Newkirk: Hey, Little Deer, who's the letter from, Pocahontas? (laughs)
Carter: It happens to be from my cousin in North Dakota.
Schultz: Oh, what is his name?
Carter: Angry Rabbit Who Has Thorn In Cotton Tail.
Kinch: That'd make anybody angry.
(during mail call)
Schultz: (reading an envelope) Sgt. Little Deer Who Goes Swift And Sure Through Forest?
Hogan: You're kidding, Schultz.
Schultz: That's what it says.
Carter: That's me.
Newkirk: You're Little Deer Who Goes Swift And Sure Through Forest?
Carter: That's right. (trips over a footlocker)
LeBeau: I think he just broke his hoof.
Newkirk: If I were you, Little Deer, I'd stay out of the woods during the huntin' season!
Hogan: He's also given you a new name, Schultz.
Schultz: What, what, what, what, what?
Hogan: You are now Big Chief Running Bear Who Goes Swift And Sure To Beer Garden.
Klink: Or...you could be Big Fat Schultz Who Goes Swift And Sure To Russian Front!
Schultz: Kommandant Klink is very angry at you.
Hogan: He'll get over it, Schultz.
Hogan: LeBeau, put away the wine, please. Let it age a few more hours.
This episode marks the fifth of eight unrelated appearances by David Frank.
This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "Frauleins of Stalag 13" volume.