Carla is played by Angela Dorian, whose real name is Victoria Vetri. She was Playboy Magazine's Playmate of the Month for September 1967, and later Playmate of the Year for 1968.
Schultz: Col. Hogan, what are we really going to do?
Hogan: Well, Schultz, first--
Schultz: Tell me nothing! Nothing!
(Schultz calls Klink from a beer hall)
Klink: Have you got Carter or not? I want a straight answer!
Schultz: Oh, and I would like to give you one, but like Hogan always says, life is not always black and white. What he means by that, I do not know.
Klink: Schultz, when I want philosophy from Hogan, I'll ask him.
Schultz: Oh, an excellent idea! I shall put him on! (leaves)
Klink: Schultz, I don't want to talk to Hogan! Schultz!
(London tells Kinch they are looking for the wrong Crittendon)
Shawcross: Any possibility of getting word to your men in the field?
Kinch: Not a prayer.
Shawcross: Oh, too bad. Well, they'll just have to mudddle through, won't they? Best of luck, chaps.
Kinch: (in British accent) Righto.
LeBeau: Colonel, not Crittendon.
Kinch: You gotta be kiddin'!
LeBeau: It would be a disaster--a complete impossible disaster!
Hogan: Tell me one thing--one thing--he's ever done right!
Carter: Well, he always put a lot of faith in me.
Hogan: Good, you're going with us!
Carter: But, how are we gonna do it, Colonel? I mean blowing up a whole convoy in a tunnel; that's a pretty big job.
Hogan: Why ask me? It's all in the "Crittendon Plan."
Carter: The... the Crittendon Plan. I'm sure it's... all in there.
This episode marks the second of four unrelated appearances Laurie Main.
This episode marks the only appearance from Naomi Stevens.
This episode marks the only appearance from Victoria Vetri.
This episode marks the only appearance from Cliff Osmond.
This episode marks the third of eight related appearances from Bernard Fox, portraying Colonel Crittendon.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Colonel Rodney Crittendon" volume.
Corporal Peter Newkirk (Richard Dawson) does not appear in this episode.