Episode Name: Some of Their Planes Are Missing
Video Rating: 4 / 5
@ahopper1985 Every once in a while they’d have an adjutant for Klink but the recurring one was Gruber (played by Dick ‘Mr. Whipple’ Wilson).
@1MoreCarol Probably on holiday/vacation or maybe he wasn’t required to appear in the episode.
@guitarsquiddy about the most random thing to say….
@Hargrove2011 : To the best of my knowledge he says: I was taking a letter to the post(office) and took a wrong turn. You see, my commandant, if you turn on the spot to go to the barracks that’s an oblique angle.
What happened to Schultz’s small mustache?
He is speaking French, but he does say in German. “Don’t shoot me”
what is LeBoau saying in the beginning?
Where is newkirk. His accent is awesome. Love it anyway.
Who’s the new guy helping Hogan?
Burkhalter cracks me up. His hateful remarks toward Klink are outstanding!
Where is Richard Dawson in this episode?
what did he say???
Newkirk? Probably in the “cooler”
what happened to the englishman (sorry i cant remember his name)
I think the reason the shows like Mash and Hogans Heroes lasted longer then the wars is maybe just maybe it could be because THEY WERE POPULAR!!!
Probably in the “cooler”
@dancinkindofguy yeah and mash went for 11 years check how long the Korean War went
@winkieandleah Can you blame them, it just took him like 10 seconds to count 6 people.. that very bad, should take about 2-3max, and also he is rather stupid and simple, all he knows is bombs and well how to make them
Everyone knows this is a tv comedy and not a documentary show so it is allowed comedic and artistic liberties, quit over analyzing and just enjoy the comedy.
otteselguy it is a comedy show get a life and try to laugh a little
No kidding it was a comedy show
@ahopper1985 Wow, it did run longer than the war, at least the American participation. Another goof up in the show was that officers were not kept in the same place as enslisted men. Also the area where the prisoners were kept was fenced off from the buildings (like Klink’s office) the captors used. Hogan would not have been able to just pop into Klink’s office like he always did.
@dancinkindofguy Ran from 65 to 71
@ahopper1985 I don’t think it ran longer than 3 seasons, but I’m not sure. At least it was not as bad as MASH, which went about 10 years longer than the Korean War did.