Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Clearance Sale at the Black Market 

How can Hogan and his crew keep Sgt. Schultz from being transferred to the Russian Front?

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How can Hogan and his crew keep Sgt. Schultz from being transferred to the Russian Front?

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schnapps | black market | See All (2) »

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28 September 1968 (USA)  »

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When the black marketeers attempt to smuggle their goods out of the back of the restaurant, a nearby light is turned on. This clearly illuminates their activities, prompting Major Kiegel to shoot out the light. He fires two shots, with the second one hitting the light. However, the pistol clearly jams after the first shot. Kiegel doesn't actually fire a second shot though the sound of one is heard. See more »

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Col. Robert E. Hogan: [Schultz tells about his evening] Don't just stand there, Schultz. Come on, tell us about it.
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: Well, she let me kiss her - affectionately, you know?
Col. Robert E. Hogan: You, uh, put your arms around her?
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: What do you think? I sent her the kiss by mail?
Col. Robert E. Hogan: And I suppose, uh, she put her arms around you?
Sgt. Hans Georg Schultz: You said it, big boy.
Cpl. Peter Newkirk: All the way around? She must be an orangutan.
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Schultz is transfered to the Russian Front.
25 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode feature Schultz as it opens at beer hall where Schultz is getting some loving from one of the barmaids. She even has a nickname for him 'Teddy Bear'. But Schiltz ends up getting into trouble when he opens a back door where the owner of the beer hall and a Gestapo agent is counting money. It is a black-market that is run by a corrupt Gestapo agent. Little does Schultz know that the Gestapo agent has just reassigned him to the Russian front.

Hogan has to find a way to stop the orders even if it means going to the beer hall and confront the agent personally. Hogan and his gang will do nearly anything to keep the lovable Schultz around.

There was one thing that bothered me about this episode-- it was the fact that Schultz is married. He has talked about his wife many times throughout the years. Yet he is out getting kisses from a barmaid and tells everyone about the new woman in his life. But I guess, for TV sake, it can be overlooked since they needed the relationship for the story. Nothing is really remarkable about this episode but one that was at least watchable.


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