Hogan impersonates Herr Bihler, president of a fictitious company (Bihler Brothers,) and Newkirk impersonates Fritz.
Hogan: A toast, my dear, to Julius Steiner.
Mady: To Julius Steiner--who is he?
Hogan: Himmler's barber.
Newkirk: (after the money is burned) It's the story of my life. I never could hang on to money.
(listening to Hitler on the radio)
Mady: The speech is over!
Hogan: I like his longer ones.
Mady: Maybe he did not have anything to say.
Hogan: Never stopped him before.
LeBeau: Rob a bank!?
Newkirk: Banks don't like to be robbed; what if we get caught?
Hogan: What's the penalty for that -- they throw you in prison, right? Where are we now?
LeBeau: In prison.
Hogan: So what have we got to lose?
Hogan: The only other radio in camp is in the Kommandant's office.
LeBeau: Klink isn't going to let you listen to the BBC on his radio.
Newkirk: Nah, he'd turn you down in a second if you asked him.
Hogan: Who said I was going to ask him? When Emily Post doesn't work, you use Sigmund Freud.
Larry Hovis does not appear in this episode.
The actor playing Strasser was killed in a road accident later in the year this episode was broadcast; he would appear twice more on "Hogan's Heroes" before the incident.
This episode marks the first of three unrelated appearances by Arthur Hanson.
This episode marks the first of three unrelated appearances by Theodore Marcuse.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances by Joyce Jameson.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Allies" volume.
Hogan references Sigmund Freud and Emily Post when discussing how he'll convince Klink to let the prisoners use Klink's radio.
Freud was an Austrian neurologist and the founder of the psychoanalytic school of psychology. Freud is best known for his studies of sexual desire, repression, and the unconscious mind.
Emily Post was a United States author who promoted proper etiquette.