This is the final appearance of Cynthia Lynn as Fraulein Helga, as she would be replaced for the next five seasons.
Schultz:(to Carter) Women are like war...there will always be another.
(Newkirk and Carter are playing gin)
Newkirk: I've blitzed you 12 games right across the board, that's, uh, 4,128.
Carter: How much do I owe ya?
Newkirk: Well, I'll forget the odd cents, it's $105,000.
Carter: I don't have it right now.
Newkirk: You don't have to worry about it. I mean, unless you're planning to escape, it wouldn't be right to run out on a debt of this magnitude.
Carter: You'll get it!
Carter Sure. As soon as I get home, I'll start sending you five bucks a month.
Newkirk: Would that I had your moral fiber.
Carter: (talking about Mary Jane) We used to walk home from school together. I'd carry her books. When there was snow on the ground, I'd carry her. She's a small girl.
(reading the mail)
Kinch: Hey, you guys wanna hear something? Get this: 'Mr. James Kinchloe: Greetings. This is to notify you that your final draft classification is now 4F--limited service.' Now they tell me.
(Schultz winds up on the floor after delivering the prisoners' mail)
Hogan: You'll get the Iron Cross for this, Schultz. Wounded in action.
Schultz: (groaning) Jolly jokers! Always happens when I bring the mail!
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Beyond the Barracks" volume.
This episode marks the second of three unrelated appearances by Horst Ebersberg.
This episode marks the second of four unrelated appearances by William Christopher.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances by Brett Parker.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances by Mary Mitchell. In her second, she was credited as Mary Mitchel.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances by Martin Blaine.
This episode marks the second of seven unrelated appearances by John Crawford.