Klink's office uncharacteristically displays a Nazi flag in this episode. It is placed between his heater and closet.
Shultz: It's illegal for one man to be in two armies in the same war!
Lebeau: (Reading the name off his stolen nametag) Kornhauser! What a name! Bet he's glad I took it off him!
Klink: My father always said "Whatever you do in life, do it the best. The very best."
Burkhalter: You should've taken his advice.
Spear: Good luck, Mueller, and give it to those Allies!
Newkirk: I will...the first chance I get.
Klink: (to Spear) You may not know it, sir, but we have never had an escape here, not one single escape!
Hogan: Remarkable, never an escape from Stalag 13, not one!
LeBeau: No, not one. Maybe a hundred, but not one.
Newkirk: Where's Carter?
Hogan: He's wiring the TNT. We'll all be out of work tomorrow.
Newkirk: Wouldn't you know it, right before I get my raise.
Schultz: Colonel Hogan, please tell me it is not true what I just heard. Please tell me it is not true.
Hogan: What isn't true, Schultz?
Schultz: That Newkirk enlisted in the German army?
Hogan: He's in the German army, but don't worry: he'll visit you when he comes home on furlough.
Newkirk: (as foreman of the German cannon factory) Come on, come on! The boys at the front are waiting for those cannons.
LeBeau: I can't wait until he's 65 and they lay him off.
Hogan: He's drunk with power.
Newkirk: Just get on with it.
This episode marked the only appearance from Hal Smith.
This episode marks the fourth of eight unrelated appearances from David Frank.
This episode marks the second of three unrelated appearances from Buck Young.
This episode marks the first of four unrelated appearances from David Wiley.
This episode marks the only appearance from Otto Waldis.
This episode appears first on the VHS collection's "Hogan, the Mastermind" volume.
Hogan: I think Fourth of July is gonna be a little early this year.
Hogan alludes to Independence Day in the United States of America, a holiday when fireworks are customarily displayed to celebrate America's freedom.
LeBeau says "I can't wait until he's 65 and they lay him off."
This is a clear allusion to union rules and associated tensions of the era.