Hogan's Heroes: Season 3, Episode 19

Hogan, Go Home (13 Jan. 1968)

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The Allied Command orders Colonel Hogan to leave and turn over his operations to the bumbling Colonel Crittendon.

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The Allied Command orders Colonel Hogan to leave and turn over his operations to the bumbling Colonel Crittendon.

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Col. Robert E. Hogan: Colonel Klink, you're an evil man.
Col. Wilhelm Klink: Yes, I am. And it makes me feel good all over.
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Return of the bumbling Colonel Crittendon
20 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode London sends a message advising that they are calling Colonel Hogan back home much to the chagrin of the others. It even gets worse when Hogan's replacement is the bumbling Colonel Crittendon (Bernard Fox) that has very little in the way of deception.

Hogan, which has been relieved of ranking officer status, wants to make sure that his escape will not look bad on the operations at Stalag 13. So he gets Klink to transfer him to another Stalag. But when he finds out that he will be riding on the train that the Allies are to destroy, he is not a willing part of returning to London.

There are some funny lines between Klink and Hogan in this episode as Klink uses the phrase "Chop, chop, chop" in a very special way to make the show enjoyable. And anytime we have the return of Crittendon the show is going to be interesting. Good show


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