Hogan's Heroes

Season 3 Episode 19

Hogan, Go Home

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 13, 1968 on CBS
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Hogan is ordered home and Colonel Crittendon is sent to replace him.

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  • Hogan is being called home by allied headquarters and is shockingly happy about this news, he changes his mind later but its to late his replacement has been sent,Colonel Crittendon!!

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    I thought this episode was interesting because it showed the emotional sides of the Heroes. They seemed upset but happy for Hogan at the same time,when they find out he was being ordered home by the high command,and even TRIED to hold a surprise going away party for him to show him how they appreciated him(which the \"surprise\" part is eventually ruined by Shultz). On top of all this they have to be thinking about blowing up a train and an oil refinary!Hogan eventually tries to refuse Londons offer but finds out its too late, He was already being replaced,by none other than colonel crittendon! Crittendon gets him into a little trouble trying to get him to England and the men have to save him from getting on the very train they are blowing up! Without a few mishaps caused by Crittendon , they finally save Hogan, who is allowed to stay at Stallag 13.



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Werner Klemperer

Werner Klemperer

Col. Wilhelm Klink

Bob Crane

Bob Crane

Col. Robert Hogan

Richard Dawson

Richard Dawson

Cpl. Peter Newkirk

Ivan Dixon

Ivan Dixon

Sgt. James (Ivan) "Kinch" Kinchloe ( seasons 1 - 5 )

Larry Hovis

Larry Hovis

Sgt. Andrew Carter (episode 2+)

John Banner

John Banner

Sgt. Hans Schultz

David Morick

David Morick

SS Guard

Recurring Role

Bernard Fox

Bernard Fox

Colonel Crittendon

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • (Kinch is getting a message from London on the radio)
      Kinch: Holy cats.
      Newkirk: What is it?
      Kinch: Holy cats!
      LeBeau: What, Kinch? What's so 'holy cats' about it, Kinch?
      Kinch: I hear it, but I just don't believe it. Holy cats!
      LeBeau: The message, Kinch, what is the message?
      Kinch: (gives it to him) Here.
      LeBeau: Sacres chats!
      Carter: 'Sack re shah?'
      LeBeau: That's French for 'holy cats.'

    • Hogan: Colonel Klink, you're an evil man.
      Klink: Yes, I am. And it makes me feel good all-ll over.

    • (Klink has just informed Hogan he is about to be outranked)
      Klink: Now, would you like me to tell you the name of this British officer?
      Hogan: Why should I care about his name?
      Klink: Because it happens to be Colonel Crittenton.
      Hogan: Crittendon!?
      Klink: (laughs) That struck a nerve, didn't it? Chop, chop, chop!

    • Klink: Well, I suppose you're wondering why I sent for you. Am I right?
      Hogan: What an amazing bit of mind-reading. How about letting me in on the joke?

    • LeBeau: I'll show him how I feel by cooking the most magnificent meal money can buy.
      Kinchloe: That's fine for you, but what can we do?
      LeBeau: You can supply the money that buys it.

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