Carter impersonates Herr Schmidt of the Gestapo.
The prisoners "play" a knitted sock in a fake sewing machine to decode a secret message from London.
Klink: Honestly, I do not know what Hogan is talking about.
Burkhalter: And I don't know what you are talking about.
Klink: Neither do I.
Burkhalter: Then you don't mind if I talk about something?
Klink: Of course not, Herr General, talk as much as you like.
Burkhalter: Thank you.
Klink: Now, uh, I don't want to sound like I'm blowing my own horn, but uh...
Burkhalter: You sound like a whole brass band!
Klink: Could the Gestapo possibly have made a mistake?
Burkhalter: The Gestapo never makes a mistake. They pride themselves on being right every time.
Klink: And half the time they are.
Hogan: How about a nice cocktail ring?
Hilda: I don't drink. How about a nice engagement ring?
Hogan: I don't drink, either.
Newkirk: What sort of medals does Klink wear?
Newkirk: Hey, Schultz! My girl said she was sending along a plum pudding, now where is it?
Schultz: It's being held for inspection.
Newkirk: Ah, come on. What are you going to find wrong with a plum pudding?
Schultz: I can't find anything wrong -- it was delicious.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances from Inger Wegge.
This episode marks the second of four unrelated appearances from David Wiley.
This episode appears first on the VHS collection's "Top Secret" volume.