Hogan draws a strategy map with chalk on the door of a German transport truck.
Marya: Why do you constantly fight me, Hogan darling, when the result is always so perfect? Why?
Hochstetter: We should be friends, ja? Why not.
Klink: Of course, Major Hochstetter. Some of my best friends... I- I- I mean, some of my dearest friends are Gestapo.
Klink: Who. Well, there's uh... and, and then there's uh...
Marya: You and Hermann, you have much in common.
Schultz: I always consider that, on the question of strategy in the air war, Reich Marshall Goehring and myself...
Marya: You are both fat!
Schultz: Excellent observation.
Marya: Drink, Schultz?
Schultz: I'm on duty.
Schultz: So... I'll have a small one.
This marks the sixth of seven recurring roles as Marya from Nita Talbot.
Nita Talbot had a long television career starting in 1950.
This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "Schultz Knows Nothing" volume.