This episode features an extended opening theme to include scenes of the antenna rising out of the Nazi flag which was first seen in episode 2, "Hold That Tiger."
Hogan: (about his censored letter) This letter was one in which I said to me mother 'If I ever have a son, I hope he is as fine a man as our kommandant, Colonel Klink.'
Klink: I turned this over to intelligence immediately and they assured me they will break your code!
Newkirk: You know, you've got to give it to old Bonacelli -- I never thought he'd go through with it.
Hogan: Yeah, he knows what side of the pizza his cheese is melted on.
Hogan: Why is it every time I come in here, you think I have a complaint?
Klink: Well then, Hogan, what can I do for you?
Hogan: I have a complaint.
(Bonacelli is eating LeBeau's pizza)
LeBeau: How you like it, Major?
Bonacelli: Well, it could use a little more garlic.
Newkirk: If it had any more garlic, it'd take the hair off your chest!
Bonacelli: Not when it is Italian hair!
This marks the only appearance of Marion Brash.
This marks the only appearance by Vito Scotti.
This episode marks the second of four unrelated appearances by Diana Chesney.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Major Hochstetter" volume.