Hogan's Heroes

Season 1 Episode 28

I Look Better in Basic Black

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Apr 01, 1966 on CBS
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I Look Better in Basic Black
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Hogan tries to find out why three American girls were brought to camp.

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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

John Banner

John Banner

Sgt. Hans Schultz

Robert Clary

Robert Clary

Cpl. Louis LeBeau

Ivan Dixon

Ivan Dixon

Sgt. James (Ivan) 'Kinch' Kinchloe

Jean Hale

Jean Hale

Kathy Pruitt

Guest Star

Jayne Massey

Jayne Massey

Ginger (Wilson) Flintrin

Guest Star

Jackie Joseph

Jackie Joseph

Charlene Hemsley

Guest Star

Edward Knight

Edward Knight

Captain Heinrich

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    • Klink: I suppose you're wondering why I'm holding this bottle of wine in my hand.
      Heinrich: You are aware, Colonel, of the non-fraternization regulations?
      Klink: I was just explaining that to these women, Captain Heinrich.
      Hogan: Say, why don't we all drink to that regulation?

    • Schultz: Order of Colonel Klink, all prisoners from Barracks Three have to be moved in here.
      Carter: Do these guys have a reservation? This is no way to run a hotel.

    • Hogan: Request permission for my men to have extra rations tomorrow.
      Klink: Why do you want extra rations?
      Hogan: Don't tell me you've forgotten -- it's a holiday!
      Klink: What holiday?
      Hogan: Armistice Day -- it's the day we beat the Germans in the first World... Sorry, sir, it's in bad taste.

    • Klink: Well, if you're not happy here, why don't you try another foolish escape?
      Hogan: Escape? Who'd want to leave all this?

    • Ginger: There were these long, thin shells. They looked like torpeodes.
      Kathy: Yeah, yeah, that's right. With, like, little wings on them. Sorta like something out of Buck Rogers.
      Hogan: Torpedoes with wings, Buck Rogers...(snaps his fingers) Rockets.
      Charlene: I was with them for two years!
      Kathy: Not Rockettes, dear. Rockets.

    • Hogan: (to the girls) Look, according to the Geneva Convention, you're not required to give anything but your name, your unit and the key you sing in.
      Charlene: Should I tell them I'm double-jointed?
      Hogan: Only under extreme torture.

    • Hogan: Look, I can't order you to dig this tunnel, I'm asking for volunteers. (no one volunteers) Oh, I see. That's the way it's gonna be, huh? All right, I'll just have to figure another way to make contact with those three girls.
      Men: Girls?!
      Newkirk: Sir, I hereby volunteer for King and Empire.
      LeBeau: Moi aussi! Lafayette, I am here!
      Hogan: I could be trampled to death by this sudden display of patriotism.
      Newkirk: We British, sir, have always felt very friendly towards you people in the Colonies.
      LeBeau: Oh, yeah? Where were you when we sent them the Statue of Liberty?

    • Klink: Always, Berlin sends their problems to Klink!
      Hogan: That's what you get for being Mr. Nice Guy.

    • (After Schultz has torn back the bed curtain to reveal Hogan, LeBeau, and Newkirk in hiding)
      Hogan: Oh, you're too late, Schultz. We already voted!

    • (Carter is looking at Newkirk, LeBeau, and Hogan dressed up as women)
      Carter: Hey, you guys look pretty convincing!
      Newkirk: Shut...up.
      LeBeau: Oui, shut up. If you tell anybody about this, I will personally poison your food.

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