(Frank digs up what he thinks is a bomb)
BJ: What smells?
Hawkeye: Frank's bomb. (grabs the pot)
Hawkeye: (opens it) It's a kimchee pot, Frank. Kimchee. Pickled cabbage. They ferment it in the ground. There are millions of these buried all over Korea.
BJ: I'd get title to this land, Major, before word gets out.
Hawkeye: Don't you understand, man? You've struck cole slaw!
(Embarrassed, Frank storms off)
BJ: (applauding) Let's hear it for the major, folks!
Hawkeye: Isn't he great? He'll be back, folks, just after he changes for the 11:00 bomb.
Frank: (speaking of Hawkeye) He always gets the cowboys and I'm stuck with the Indians.
Potter: I'm one-fourth Cherokee.
Frank: Oh. (raises his hand) How.
PA Announcer: Captain Hunnicutt, please report to the hospital.
BJ: Major Burns probably taped himself to a patient again.
BJ (to Zale): Sergeant, you can't drink this early in the morning. I know, I keep trying.
Colonel Spiker: That officer...Pierce! An oddball. Must make an example of him.
Colonel Potter: He already is, a fine example of an oddball officer. The best!
Colonel Spiker: Has no respect for the uniform.
Colonel Potter: Well, he's never in it anyway.
Colonel Spiker: No respect for authority...no respect for the war.
Colonel Potter: Whoa, Colonel, whoa.
Colonel Spiker: I demand disciplinary action against him. If you don't take it, I will.
Colonel Potter: You? You're only a bunch of tubes running in and out. You have to go to the latrine by remote control. You're a sick man.
Colonel Spiker: Aahh...
Colonel Potter: You'd be napping in a mattress cover over at the morgue if it wasn't for Pierce working on you.
Colonel Spiker: Hmm? (infuriated) He operated? Not you?
Colonel Potter: Lucky for you, yes!
Colonel Spiker: But the last thing I said...
Colonel Potter: (reprimanding tone) Would've been the last thing you ever said. If Pierce wasn't your surgeon, you'd be a bag of cold cuts now. Jumpin' jodhpurs, man! I'm Regular Army, too - hash marks down to the ground! I started in the cavalry. Learned to look at life from the top of a horse. Well, sometimes I feel I'm still on a horse, only now I'm looking down at a horse's...
Colonel Spiker: I'm not criticizing your command, Colonel. It's that...that goof-off!
Colonel Potter: That goof-off saved your can. You're alive and kicking, kicking like an Army mule because of that man's skill and dedication as a surgeon. Sufferin' saddle soap! You owe your life to that man!
Klinger does not appear in this episode.
This is the first of 4 appearances by Lois Foraker, as various Nurses. The last appearance is in episode 142.
The episode title "Of Moose and Men" is a play on the Steinbeck novel Of Mice and Men.