When Klink's sidecar is left behind while Schultz's motorcycle speeds away, a ski-like brace, propping up the sidecar, is clearly visible.
Schultz: A little starvation doesn't hurt anybody. I grit my teeth, tighten my belt... and fall on my knees and beg for a little piece of cake!
Hogan: Kinch, from now on all communicatons for this operation use the code name 'Delivery Truck.'
Kinch: Right, Colonel.
LeBeau: 'Delivery Truck'--very good. Have you noticed how much more clever the code names are lately?
Hogan: I think Intelligence has turned it over to an advertising agency.
LeBeau: Everything is going perfect.
Hogan: Then why do I have this feeling of impending disaster?
Newkirk: I think that's from seeing Crittendon. He leaves everyone feeling that way.
Crittendon: Where are those top-secret plans for the surprise attack on Stalag 16?
Newkirk: Right behind you, sir, on the wall where you tacked them up.
Crittendon: Ah, yes. There they are.
(Hilda leaves after seeing the motorcycle)
Klink: How am I supposed to enjoy an eight-course dinner all by myself?
Schultz: I'm not doing anything tonight.
Hogan: Why's the loading of the truck taking so long?
LeBeau: When you're loading a truck with TNT, haste really makes waste.
This episode marked the only appearance from Bob Garrett and Peter Bourne.
This episode marked the fifth of eight related appearances from Bernard Fox.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Operation Sabotage" volume.