Hawkeye: (after the lights go out in the OR) Margaret, get out of my light, I can't see the patient.
Hawkeye: (after Margaret yells at Bigelow) Oh, Margaret, it's you. I thought it was the storm.
(Charles tells Klinger to drive him to Seoul)
Klinger: Hey, wait a minute. I ain't crazy. If I--You didn't hear that, sir.
Col. Potter: Now, what about--
Radar: The tent flaps need to be secured.
Col. Potter: Aha!
Col. Potter: I gotcha! I was gonna say, 'nail down the windows in post-op.'
(Nurse Bigelow comes into the Swamp)
Hawkeye: Beej, I'm ready to face the storm. Secure me to her!
Father Mulcahy: We've got a villager whose house collapsed around him and a young boy who chased his frightened livestock into a minefield.
Margaret: Dear God.
Father Mulcahy: He's been alerted.
BJ (after the lights go out in OR): Colonel, I'd like to complain about the working conditions.
Colonel Potter: Be quiet, Hunnicutt.
BJ: It wasn't me. Somebody who looked like me.
Charles: Colonel, WHERE is my chopper to Seoul?
Colonel Potter: Got me. Did you look under your bunk?
Charles: Be it ever so crumbled, there is no place like home.
This is the last of 6 appearances by Tom Dever, in various roles. The first was episode 27.
The episode title is a reference to the song 'They Call The Wind Maria,' a song from the 1951 Broadway musical Paint Your Wagon.
Charles says that with all the wind last night, he's surprised they're not in Oz. A clear reference to the movie The Wizard Of Oz and Dorothy's house getting carried to Oz by a tornado.