Hochstetter: Klink, would you know of any reason Frau Linkmeyer would have to destroy herself?
Klink: We're just casual friends. How would I know?
Burkhalter: Klink and my sister were practically engaged.
Hochstetter: Oh. That would be reasonable motivation for suicide.
Klink: Why does he hate me so?
Hogan: He doesn't hate you.
Klink: Then why does he want me to marry his sister?
Hogan: Maybe he does hate you.
Burkhalter: Nothing must happen to Gertrude.
Hochstetter: General, you have my word on it: Frau Linkmeyer's safety comes first.
Klink: His word, Herr General. You couldn't do better than that.
Burkhalter: Yes I could, but I have no choice.
Gertrude: Klink is not my idea of husband material, but in wartime you have to substitute for everything.
Hogan: Well, actually, old Blood and Guts is a very lovable type.
Gertrude: Colonel, you should really speak to the Red Cross about a prisoner exchange.
Gertrude: You have been here too long.
Maria: I am nervous.
Hogan: Well, don't be. Carter's outside protecting us.
Kinchloe: Thanks for reminding me. Now I'm nervous.
This marked the third of four recurring appearances from Kathleen Freeman.
This episode marks the first of two unrelated appearances by Wendy Wilson.
This episode appears second on the VHS collection's "This Means War" volume.
Gertrude's surname was inconsistently spelled in this episode as Linkmeyer. Other episodes spell it Linkmeier.