That tank must be very thin, as LeBeau can easily hear Hogan shouting which direction to turn.
Hogan: Good old Klink -- always ready with a definite maybe.
Klink: No one has ever escaped from Stalag 13.
Burkhalter: So you have told me.
Klink: Yes, sir.
Burkhalter: And told me! And told me.
Schultz: Yes, Herr Kommandant, I remember!
Hogan: Is the coffeepot to Klink's office working?
Kinch: Jawhol, Herr Konmmandant. It's fully operational und at your service.
Hogan: Just a simple 'yes' would have been sufficient, Kinch.
Klink: Building Twelve. What's in there, Schultz?
Schultz: Herr Kommandant: powdered milk, eggs, and cases of beer.
Klink: That's not important.
Schultz: Beer is not important?!
Klink: Move it somewhere.
Schultz: I could store it in my barracks…
(discussing Newkirk's reconnaissance mission)
LeBeau: Newkirk, tell us more about it. C'mon, give.
Newkirk: Well, it's small and very, very fast. It carries one gun and the armor is about--
LeBeau: Not the tank, stupid, the girl.
Newkirk: That is the girl. Now the tank's an entirely different affair…
(after "discovering" Newkirk at the entrance to the emergency tunnel)
Schultz: Newkirk? The fence is over there, and you are here?
Newkirk: By George, you're right. I must've taken a wrong turn.
This episode marks the only appearance from Vincent Van Lynn.
This episode marks the only appearance from Robert Gibbons.
This episode marks the only appearance from Margareta Sullivan.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Operation Sabotage" volume.
The title is a pun based on the song "Thanks for the Memory." The song was famously Bob Hope's signature tune and was originally written by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger for the movie "The Big Broadcast of 1938."