The title of the show was taken from a song written by George M. Cohan in 1917, also titled "Over There". The song was used in both World War I and II by American Soldiers.
Sgt. Scream: We're not here for your oil. We're here to kick your ass!
Smoke: Oh man these are gangster. I love my NVGs.
Sgt Scream: Shut up, you moron. Are you stoned? This is a combat zone.
Smoke: Man I grew up in a goddamn combat zone.
Sgt Scream: You think you bad, fool? Mortar lands on your head, we won't find enough of you to fill a condom.
Sgt. Scream: (screams) I was supposed to go home today!
Angel: Never do anything out of anger.
Smoke: Yo B.B., what up, man? You get around to checkin your email again, you'll see me out here in the middle of goddamn downtown shitville.
Captain: I understand they call you Sgt. Scream, Sergeant. Why is that?
Sgt. Scream: (screaming) I HAVE NO GODDAMN IDEA, SIR!
Captain: It's a good name for a sergeant.
Sgt. Scream: You risk the life of one of my men again....I'll shoot you myself.
Sgt. Scream: I guaran-goddamn-tee you one of you fools is going to do something stupid and get yourself killed within the week.
Doublewide: You ain't gonna ask me how come they call me 'Doublewide'?
Bo: No, Ma'am.
Bo: How come they call you 'Angel'?
Angel: I sing in a choir.
Bo: Why they call you 'Dim'?
Dim: 'Cause I'm stupid, Dog. That's why.
Bo: No you're not.
Dim: Yeah, I know I'm not. But back in boot, when they heard I went to Cornell, they figured I had to be stupid to end up in the Army.
Sgt Scream: Do something useful while nobody's shooting at you. Eat!
Sgt. Scream: That's their problem and don't call me 'sir'! I'm not some faggot officer. I fight for a living.