Schultz sees both the bunk and doghouse tunnel entrances in this episode, as well as hearing Hogan order radio contact with the Underground.
This episode reveals that Schultz has five children.
Klink: If Berlin knew just one-tenth of what I had to put up with, just one-tenth!
Hogan: Yep, rough war, sir. Rough war.
Newkirk: Yes, sir?
Hogan: Need Wehrmacht uniforms for everybody.
Newkirk: How much time do I have, sir?
Hogan: Three minutes.
Newkirk: I think I can just make it.
Hogan: What's it to you, Schultz? You're a soldier. If they close down Stalag 13, you sling your pack over your shoulder and go fight Russians.
Schutz: Col. Hogan, I am a married man with five children. I can not afford to fight anybody!
Von Kattenhorn: (talking about his stolen car) If it is not returned to me at once, Feldkamp, I will attack at the head of troops and take it!
Feldkamp: Ah, ha! Your first attack of the war!
Greta: (pulling out a gun) If I have to...
LeBeau: (whispering) Please, we are fighting a non-violent war.
This marks the second of 39 total episodes from Howard Caine.
Howard Caine appeared as Major Wolfgang Hochstetter in 37 episodes beginning season 2, episode 22 and his last appearance was season 6, episode 20.
The other two previous appearances were unrelated roles as German officers: season 1, episode 17 and this appearance season 2, episode 5.
This marks the only appearance from Jacques Aubuchon.
This marks the only appearance from Janine Gray.
This marks the only appearance from Walter Alzmann.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Trains, Planes, and Automobiles" volume.
Howard Caine appears in this episode as Colonel Feldkamp. His first appearance in the show was as Major Keitel in episode #17, Happy Birthday, Adolf. After this episode he will return in episode #54, Heil Klink, and a number of subsequent episodes in the recurring role as Gestapo Major Hochstetter.