(Hogan has asked the Kommandant for a weekly beer ration)
Klink: There is not enough beer in all of Germany for us Germans.
Hogan: You shoulda thought of that before you started the war.
Hogan: Now look, if our plan works they won't even bother looking for you: you'll be in the clear.
Tiger: And if it doesn't work?
Hogan: Maybe we'd better say goodbye in advance.
(kisses Tiger passionately)
Steiger: We will go to Gestapo headquarters.
Carter: (in Luftwaffe uniform) Eh, no, the road is mined, too! They do it all the time.
Steiger: Is that all people do around here, plant mines?
Carter: There is also ice skating in the winter…
Hogan: It's the execution that's the important thing to Hitler.
Newkirk: Yeah, that's how he gets his jollies.
Carter: Why doesn't he just go out to a movie once in a while?
This was Frank Marth's final appearance in the series. Frank Marth(1922-2014) had 142 acting credits in television from 1949 to 1994. Versatile, diligent character actor Frank Marth was a familiar presence in just about every major American prime-time TV show of the 1960's and 70's. The native New Yorker got his big break as a member of Jackie Gleason's stock company, perennially cast as uncredited background characters in Cavalcade of Stars (1949) and The Honeymooners (1955). According to series co-star Audrey Meadows, he was "worth his weight in gold".
This episode marked the seventh of seven total appearances from Arlene Martel.
This episode marked the seventh of eight unrelated appearances from David Frank.
This episode marked the seventh of eight, some unrelated and some recurring, from Dick Wilson.
This episode marks the fifteenth of seventeten largely-unrelated appearances by David Morick.
This episode marks the fifth of five unrelated appearances by Frank Marth.
This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "Lions & Tigers & Papa Bears" volume.