There is a bulletin board in Klink's office.
Klink's living quarters are shown - furniture and set design of his living/dining room and kitchen, none of which are used again.
William Christopher, who played Lt. Donner, is most famous for the role of Father Mulcahy in M*A*S*H.
Hogan: Carter, what are the boys in the metal shop working on?
Carter: Reversible tie pins. On one side it says 'Heil Hitler.' On the other, 'I was in Switzerland during the war.'
(Klink begins to play; Newkirk, Lebeau and Schultz are in the kitchen)
Lebeau: What's that noise?
Schultz: Somebody is strangling a cat.
Newkirk: (as Hitler) It is possible that you have heard rumors that Berlin is in ruins, Hamburg is a shambles and so on. I order you not to believe these things, even if they are true!
Klink: Col. Hogan, I have decided not to play in your prisoners' orchestra. I may, however, do a solo over the loudspeaker system.
Hogan: Well, If i were you, I'd wait until the general leaves, sir.
Hogan: I mean, how would it look, a mass escape while he's here?
Hogan: We're selling an idea. So we've got to attack them at their weakest point.
Hogan: Who else?
(Hogan is looking at the pictures of Gen. von Kaplow's documents)
Newkirk: General leave for Berlin yet, Colonel?
Hogan: Yeah, and I wish he had taken Klink's fiddle with him.
This episode marked the first of five unrelated appearances from Henry Corden.
This episode marked the first of four unrelated appearances from William Christopher.
This episode appears first on the VHS collection's "Entertaining the Troops" volume.
This episode marks the first of seven unrelated appearances by John Crawford.
The actor portraying the General, Henry Corden, appears often in the show. He usually appears as a German officer but, in one episode, he portrays a Russian.