When Hogan brings flowers to a sick Klink, the card with the flowers says, "To the heavens we all shout, get well quick to our favorite Kraut. From the gang at Stalag 13."
(discussing Major Hochstetter)
Helga: I can't stand that man!
LeBeau: Don't be too harsh on him. Underneath that black Gestapo uniform beats a warm, sensitive...
Hogan: Hey, how 'bout me reading to you?
Klink: Just leave me alone.
Hogan: Chapters from Mein Kampf? Or don't you go for science fiction?
Klink: I didn't know that Air Force pilots were also medical officers.
Hogan: We learn a lot from dating nurses.
Newkirk: How do we know ol' Klink's going to stop at Mendelburg?
Hogan: Because he always stops at Gretchen Adler's Haufbrau for a glass of beer, a pinch of salt, and a pinch of barmaid.
Kinchloe: No wonder he always comes back with a smashed monocle.
(After Kinch delivers the news that Janine is safely on her way to England, Newkirk asks if she had a message for him.)
Kinch: You know, I almost forgot. Janine said to tell you that exactly one year after the armistice, she'll meet you under the Eiffel Tower at one o'clock in the afternoon. She'll be wearing a pink cotton dress and you should wear a carnation in your lapel.
Newkirk: You kidding?
Kinch: Boy, am I kidding!
This episode marks the second of two unrelated appearances from Anthony Eustrel.
This episode marks the first of three unrelated appearances by Brenda Benet.
Sigrid Valdis appears as Hilda in the outer office, but she is not listed in the closing credits.
This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "Camp Exodus" volume.
"Mein Kampf" is mentioned in this episode.
"Mein Kampf" is a work of Adolf Hitler, containing stories of his life, his vision, and, as the title translates "My Struggle." It goes on to describe Hitler's demands for a German-led European alliance and eventual world domination.