Marya: I am on your side.
Hogan: You are? By telling Von Rouscher about our operations at Stalag 13? By contriving to get me out of there and sent home? By being part of a plot to win the war for the Nazis? Get off my side!
Marya: I have come to you, Hogan darling.
Hogan: Yeah, yeah, swell.
Marya: You're not dying from sheer desire?
Hogan: Not the kind you mean, no.
von Rauscher: Hogan, did you know the war is over?
Klink: The war is over?
Schultz: Who won?
Hogan: What do they want with me?
Schultz: My impression is that the woman at the time of the big boom-boom was madly in love with you. My impression also is that at the present time she is madly in love with General von Rauscher. Therefore, Colonel Hogan...
Hogan: Therefore what, Schultz?
Schultz: Therefore I would rather be me... than you. Shall we go?
(after the rocket fails and destroys itself)
Hochstetter: Hogan, from the first I suspected you. What do you have to say?
Hogan: Well, back to the ol' drawing board!
This episode marked the fourth of seven recurring role appearances from Nita Talbot as the character Marya.
This episode appears third on the VHS collection's "Up In Arms" volume.
This episode marks the third of three unrelated appearances by Larry D. Mann.
This episode marks the fourth of four appearances by Gavin Mcleod.