When Hogan meets Frankel at the lookout, he is surprised to find she is a woman. He shouldn't be, though, as they'd worked together before in "Six Lessons from Madame LaGrange."
After Hogan sabotages a German rocket and it explodes near Burkhalter's home, Hogan utters the final line of the series
Hogan: Frankly, General, I thought it was a lousy neighborhood anyway.
Hogan: They're liable to bomb this camp if you don't move that rocket.
Burkhalter: I am not afraid!
Hogan: That's because you live off the base.
Klink: That is exactly what I was going to say, General.
Burkhalter: Klink, stop agreeing with me; you are undermining my confidence.
Carter: There's only one man for this job -- me.
Newkirk: Why you?
Carter: Well, because! This mission requires a man who's resourceful, courageous, and ingenious.
Newkirk: That's what I said: why you?
This marked the only appearance from Kenneth DuMain.
This marked the second of two appearances from actor's Marlyn Mason, James Savett and Norman Alden.
Norman Alden appeared or did voice work in about 2,500 movies, TV series and commercials.
Richard Dawson would go on to fame in 1976 as the host of Family Feud.
This episode appears fourth on the VHS collection's "Camp Casanovas" volume.
CBS aired this, the series finale, a month before most of its other series wrapped up their seasons. "Hogan's Heroes" was to become a victim of the network's massive overhaul for the 1971-72 season. (Other casualties included "The Beverly Hillbillies," and "The Ed Sullivan Show.")