Just after the opening credits, the shot of the front gate of came was of a winter scene instead of the usual one.
A pack of Parliament cigarettes is displayed over the closing credits.
Hochstetter: I thought you were all sitting around perspiring with the windows open.
Carter: (imitating shivering) Who-who s-said that?
Hogan: He's a sick man, Colonel.
Hochstetter: He-he said he saw it with his own eyes.
Hogan: Well, it's snow blindness.
Klink: Snow blindness?
Hogan: Yes, yes, it's like being out in the desert, sir. I mean, after you're in the snow long enough, you start seeing mirages.
Hochstetter: Well, if he continues to act so peculiar, he will be seeing the Russian front, and that will be no mirage!
Morgan: I know the Germans are out to take prisoners, but I never knew you fellas were in business for yourselves.
Hogan: Let's just say we've eliminated the middleman.
Hogan: Colonel, did the Gestapo catch the bomber crew?
Klink: Colonel Hogan, I assure you Major Hochstetter will find them.
LeBeau: Ha! He couldn't find the Eiffel Tower in Paris!
Carter: He couldn't even find his swastika!
Newkirk: The Krauts should call in Scotland Yard.
Hogan: Yeah, if they can find 'em.
Hochstetter: Why did you kick dirt under this sink?
Carter: Because cleanliness is next to godliness.
Hogan: And a clean barracks is a happy barracks.
LeBeau: And a happy barracks is a happy prison camp.
Kinchloe: And a happy prison camp is...
Hochstetter: Why do you have fresh dirt under the fingernails?
Newkirk: Sir, have you ever tried to get an appointment for a manicure here? It is murder!
This episode marked the only appearance from Robert Pickering.
This episode marks the second of seven unrelated appearances by Noam Pitlik.
This episode appears first on the VHS collection's "Fair Weather War" volume.