The exterior shot of Klink's ski resort hotel is the Timberline Lodge in Colorado, better known as the exterior setting for the Hotel Overlook in "The Shining."
During his toast, the level of wine in "Horst's" glass changes several times.
Hogan impersonates German Horst Brachman.
Hogan: Five men can not hold off a division.
Hogan: It's ridiculous!
Hogan: It just can't be done!
Hogan: And here's how we're gonna do it.
(Hogan and the men are listening to Krueger's and Nicolas's conversation)
Hogan: I guess we heard enough.
Carter: I wish I hadn't heard any of it.
LeBeau: Those two are going to make a jail out of this prison camp.
Schultz: I do not want to make a bad impression on the new kommandant!
LeBeau: From the looks of him, that's the only kind anybody's gonna make on him!
Hogan: Kreuger could just be a very good fighter pilot with no brains at all for this command.
Newkirk: Yeah, that still makes him smarter than Klink.
Kinch: 'Achtung' doesn't mean 'good morning.'
Carter: Well, that's what Newkirk says it means, and who are we gonna believe -- one of us or one of them?
Kinch: He's got a point there.
This episode marks the second of four unrelated appearances by Tom Hatten.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances by Lyn Peters.
This episode marks the second of five unrelated appearances by Willard Sage.
This episode marks the second of six unrelated appearances by Jay Sheffield.
This episode marks the second of six unrelated appearances by Chet Stratton.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Fair Weather War" volume.
This episode marks the sixth of ten unrelated appearances by Edward Knight.