The entrance fee for the prisoners' proposed jitterbug contest is two cigarettes, and first prize is one pound of coffee.
Kurtz's nickname for Burkhalter is Hansie, although the latter's first name is Albert.
Kurtz: Hansie has told me so much about you.
Burkhalter: That's me. "General" to you.
Burkhalter: ...he's also my brother-in-law.
Klink: Oh, your brother-in-law. By marriage?
Burkhalter: Yes, that's the usual way.
Carter: Boy, looks like that old choo-choo isn't gonna go boom-boom after all.
Newkirk: Carter, must you say things like that in wartime?
(Kurtz has just destroyed the German munitions train by using a rigged telephone)
Hogan: Kurtz, the next time you make a call, the least you can do is use a nickel.
Hogan: I got news for ya: that character is not one of my favorite Krauts.
Carter: Yeah well, if he keeps this up, he's gonna get me mad!
LeBeau: Oh, really? Then what happens?
Carter: I don't know, I've never been mad.
Burkhalter: Klink, this transfer is an order from the highest authority in the Third Reich.
Klink: The highest? The Fuehrer?
Burkhalter: Higher than that... my wife.
LeBeau: Carter, hurry. Hurry!
Carter: I'm doin' the best I can!
Newkirk: Yeah, that's what I'm afraid of.
This episode marks the only appearance from Cliff Norton.
This episode marks the second of two unrelated appearances by Mary Mitchel.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Operation Detonate" volume.
Newkirk tells Schultz the latter has a lot of the "Scrooge" in him.
Ebenezer Scrooge is the fictional lead in Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," an 1843 novella. The term "Scrooge" is accepted to describe one for being miserly and unforgiving.