Hochstetter: I am not intimidated.
Hogan: (in disguise) Good. We'll give you a three second start.
Hochstetter: I will not be intimidated!
Hogan: You know, you're quite a girl. Too bad I have so much hair.
Erika: I could always make an exception.
Hogan: You got something for us?
Erika: Something that must be got out of Germany without the slightest chance of it falling into wrong hands. Can you do it?
Hogan: Without even thinkin' about it. What is it?
Erika: A list of the men who plan to kill Hitler.
(the prisoners look surprised)
Hogan: I may want to give that some thought.
Hochstetter: You are asking me to believe that the Fuhrer is using Klink for a personal mission?
Klink: Exactly right, sir! Personal mission!
Hogan: (in disguise) Klink knows nothing. He's a perfect dupe.
Klink: A perfect dupe, exactly.
Erika: An agent is an actress; she has to act to live. And besides, how bad can he be, this Klink?
(an uncomfortable look passes among the prisoners)
Hogan: Yeah, well, let's get on with it.
This episode marks the second of three unrelated appearances by Antoinette Bower.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Dual Roles" volume.
Hogan's ploy to fool and intimidate Hochstetter refers to Abwehr involvement in the actual bomb plot against Hitler in 1944.