A pack of Benson & Hedges 100's is superimposed over much of the closing credits, though it does not appear in the DVD version.
Hochstetter: Schultz, you kept Boucher in sight every minute during the rest of the show?
Schultz: Me, Herr Major? I was supposed to?
Kinch: Hey, old buddy, what if you approach this Suzanne and find out she really has gone over to the Nazis? What happens to you?
LeBeau: I have eternal faith in French womanhood. Also, I'm a very fast runner.
Klink: I do not recall giving permission to Fraulein Hilda to be part of this.
Hogan: You can kiss the bride.
Carter: I wouldn't crack up because my girl double-crossed me. I guess I'd expect it.
Hogan: Who's running this camp, the Germans?
This episode marks the first of four appearances from Felice Orlandi, first portraying Lt. Claude Boucher, then the recurring portrayal of Maurice DuBois in his other three appearances.
This episode marks the only appearance from Susan Albert.
While trying to encourage his men, Hogan makes reference to the events of the episodes "Flight of the Valkyre," "The General Swap," and "Hold That Tiger," saying that for a team that was able to accomplish those missions, a wedding should be a snap to complete.
You may recognize Felice Orlandi from other episodes where he played Maurice DuBois. This is his only appearance as another character.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Frauleins of Stalag 13" volume.