Frank: (to the camp) As you all know, tonight Colonel Blake will resume his command after a week in Tokyo. Now, unless I made a few remarks about my recent stint as your temporary supreme commander, I would be derelict in my "officousness." I think you'll all agree that by trying to introduce more discipline, more order, I have hopefully made this a more enjoyable war for all of us. Leadership is a lonely business. Your Napoleons, your Kaisers, your Attilas the Hun, were all alone there in the front office as I have been this week. I have thought of you, and, oh, you have thought of me ... but some of those notes in the suggestion box were really below the belt. I mean, why drag my mother into this?