Hogan appears in a Luftwaffe uniform and impersonates Major Hoople.
Early in this episode, Hogan reveals that Kinchloe's rank is Staff Sergeant.
Schultz: Herr Kommandant, it is against the law for an officer to strike an enlisted man.
Klink: Strike you... no. Shoot you, yes.
Hogan: Go out the back door.
Carter: (whispering) There is no back door.
LeBeau: (whispering) I'll make one!
Schultz: Believe me, Herr Kommandant, I am a poor man. I even have no right to be fat.
Hogan: (as Major Hoople) Let us drink to a soldier's best friend.
Milheiser: The Fuhrer!
Durnitz: The Fuhrer!
Hogan: Fuhrer? I'm talking about long winter underwear.
(London tells the Heroes to get more info on the Adolf Hitler Division)
Carter: Those guys are kidding.
Kinch: How are we gonna get that stuff?
Hogan: Yeah, it won't be easy.
Newkirk: Blimey, sometimes I think they forget we're prisoners.
LeBeau: I don't have any trouble remembering.
Helga: Excuse me, Herr Colonel.
Klink: Yes, yes, yes, what is it?
Helga: There are two officers here to see you, sir.
Klink: Who are these people? Is Stalag 13 a tourist attraction for every officer who passes through town? Soon we'll be serving tea!
Helga: They're from the Adolf Hitler Division.
Klink: (standing up) Well, don't just stand there, make some tea!
(Kinch tells Hogan about the phone call he tapped)
Kinch: As soon as Klink heard the words 'Adolf Hitler Division' he got scared. I could hear it in his voice.
Hogan: That's our kommandant. If they ever promote him, it'll be to Coward, First Class.
This episode marks the only appearance from Paula Stewart.
This episode marks the only appearance from Roger Helfond.
This episode marks the first of five unrelated appearances by Frank Marth.
This episode marks the first of five unrelated appearances by Willard Sage.
This episode appears first on the VHS collection's "Close Calls" volume.