Hogan tricks the Germans into believing that LeBeau was a famous dance instructor, when previously the con was that LeBeau was "Yvette of Paris," a famous fashion designer.
Burkhalter: Which would you prefer, Klink -- an engagement with a beautiful fraulein or a chess game with a general who can transfer you to the Russian front?
Klink: (gets a chess set from his desk) White for you, sir?
Hogan: Sometimes it's smart not to see 'em every night. Keeps 'em guessing.
Klink: Other men can play that game, I can't.
Hogan: Why not?
Klink: The last time I missed a date with a woman, it took two policemen and and a priest to talk her out of jumping.
Hogan: Hochstetter's no match for you when it comes to romance.
Klink: You know, you're right. I keep forgetting how attractive I am to women.
Kinchloe: What did Lily Frankel have to tell you, Colonel?
Hogan: 'Fraid I've got bad news for you.
Newkirk: She's married?
Hogan: No, not that bad. It's just the Gestapo is about to wipe out our whole operation.
This marks the first of two appearances from Marlyn Mason playing the role of Lily Frankel.
This episode marks the eighth of ten unrelated appearances by Edward Knight.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Camp Casanovas" volume.
The title of this episode is derived from the 1941 movie "Six Lessons From Madame LaZonga."