Schultz requires reading glasses in this episode to determine what is written upon Carter's missing button.
Kinch: You know, you two guys are fast becoming the Laurel and Hardy of demolition teams!
Newkirk: Colonel Hogan, I volunteer to go out and set that timer.
LeBeau: (to Carter) Well, Laurel, do you volunteer to go with Hardy?
LeBeau: What can they do to us? Bamboo under the fingernails? Chinese water torture? The rack?
Kinch: Would you mind keepin' your voice down? Maybe they haven't thought of those yet.
Klink: Sir, may i remind you that some of the finest military men were sound sleepers? Napoleon, for one.
Hochstetter: Oh. He must have had a wonderful nap at Waterloo!
Klink: Barracks Two was under the direct observation of one of my oldest, most trusted, most dependable guards.
Hochstetter: Good, I'm glad it wasn't Schultz.
Klink: But it was.
Schultz: (entering) You called me, sir?
Hochstetter: Why would anybody call you?
Carter: I always wanted to blow up my old high school. I never did, of course. Well, I- I did blow up the chemistry lab. And the cafeteria. And the balcony in the auditorium went, too...
This marked the only appearance from Christiane Schmidtmer.
Born Christel Schmidtmer on 12-24-39, in Mannheim Germany, an actress and worked for Max Factor cosmetics as a model and appeared in Playboy in March 1966.
Sabrina Scharf was born Sandra Mae Trentman in Delphos, OH on 10-17-43, a former actress and former Playboy Bunny at the New York City Playboy Club.
Inge Jaklyn was born 5-11-41 in Vienna, Austria and was a model for Christian Dior in the early 1960's and was both Miss Vienna and Miss Austria in 1962.
This episode marks the second of two unrelated appearances by Inge Jaklyn.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances by Sabrina Scharf.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "Major Hochstetter" volume.
Hogan references Knute Rockne while giving an inspirational speech.
Rockne was immortalized in a 1940 biography detailing his days of coaching Notre Dame football, pep talks and all. (Interesting, this is the film from whence President Ronald Reagan took his nickname "The Gipper.")
Kinchloe tells Newkirk and Carter that they are becoming the Laurel and Hardy of demolition teams.
Laurel and Hardy were a famous comedy team of the early 1900s. They are famous for their two-man ridiculous skits in which bumbling and general stupidity abounded.
Kinchloe references Nathan Hale after a long story by Carter.
Nathan Hale was known for his famous "I regret I have but one life to give for my country" speech, a rather long-winded one.