When the dreaded bing bug threatens all the crops in Hooterville, Oliver tries to rally the people to rid the town of the menace. He is then volunteered to be the one to fly the crop duster over the fields due to his experience as a pilot in World War II. It also gives him and Lisa a chance to reminisce about the first time they met after he was shot down during a mission. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Did You Know?
While Oliver is preparing to eject from his war plane, his radio contact wishes him luck and tells him if he gets captured to ask to be taken to Stalag 13 and 'ask for a chap name Hogan'- a reference to the old 'Hogan's Heroes' TV series (1965-1971). See more
When Oliver ejects from his aircraft and lands in the tree, from the story of how Oliver and Lisa met during WWII, Oliver tells Lisa he's with the United States Air Force, But the US Air Force was not formed until 2 years after WWII, making it still the US Army Air Forces, or US Army Air Corps, depending on when he served. See more
Why don't we talk English, then we don't have to use subtitles.
The way you schtalk English, we still might.
Were is the parachushtis?
That one could use subtitles.
References Hogan's Heroes