While Klink attempts to play the violin, his music is opened to a book labeled "Mozart."
Burkhalter: Have all security precautions been strictly observed?
Klink: Ah, Herr General, don't I always do a good job for you?
Burkhalter: If you did, I wouldn't be asking.
Schultz: We have to get into the rec hall.
Newkirk: But how?
Schultz: I'll think of something.
Hogan: Perhaps we have to clean inside.
Schultz: I've got it! We have to clean inside.
(prisoners all cheer)
Hogan: Ha ha! That's it!
Hogan tells Schultz that the latter's singing will be bad news for Nelson Eddy.
Nelson Eddy was a popular singer during the War era, appearing in many films, notably those co-starring Jeanette MacDonald. His performance in Rose-Marie sent fans scrambling for autographs and kisses.
Newkirk references Goldilocks and the three bears.
This alludes to a popular children's fairy tale where Goldilocks inadvertently enters the home of three bears and innocently samples the bears' porridge and beds.