(Margaret is bringing coffee to everyone working on the floor when Ignazio comes out of the bushes)
Ignazio: Margarita! I have return-ed!
Margret: Iganzio, what are you doing here? You're supposed to be back with your unit!
Ignazio: You know why I am here. Your lips said go away, but your eyes they say go AWOL.
Ignazio: You are toying with me like a cat with a dead moose!
Ignazio: You cannot leave me.
Margaret: I am not leaving. You're leaving. You must go back to your unit.
Ignazio: My unit can wait. Wars, they come and go, but you and I are once in a lifetime.
Margaret: Please, Ignazio, you've got to go back!
Ignazio: I cannot! I cannot leave that 'air, those eyes, those lips--how you say--beyond?
Ignazio: Ah, that also, I cannot leave!
Hawkeye: Charles--pick up that hoe or I'll have you spayed.
Margaret: Ignazio, you're making a fool of yourself!
Charles: You're not doing too badly either, Margaret.
Ignazio: This fine woman she love you so big and you not love her back!
Charles: What on earth are you saying and in what language are you saying it?
Colonel Potter (thanking people for helping with the cement floor): Next, Major Winchester.
Margaret: Major Winchester? He didn't do a thing!
Colonel Potter: Pipe down, this is an operating room! As I was saying, here's to Major Winchester, for showing us that a man can be neat, clean and bathed and still end up smelling bad.
Charles (to Klinger): I've always envied you swarthy types and the gift you have for demeaning labor.
Margaret: If I were Klinger, I'd resent that, Mr. Clean Jeans!
Klinger: Well, I am him, and I do resent it!
BJ: This floor is a lot like you, Charles. Filled with culture and breeding no one else can tolerate.
Charles: My good man, I have better things to do than listen to someone make no sense in two languages.
Margaret: Believe me, you'll find someone else. You're a big, strong, handsome man.
Ignazio: Si. But what good is it to be a Ferrari if you are out of gas?
This is the first of 18 episodes written by Pollock and Davis. The last one is the final episode. Pollock also wrote one other episode.