Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971)
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Is There a Doctor in the House? 

Klink's illness causes problems for one of Hogan's plots.

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Klink's illness causes problems for one of Hogan's plots.

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6 January 1968 (USA)  »

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The medical officer who comes to treat Colonel Klink is named "Dr. Kronk". The name is something of an inside joke: "Kronk" is the phonetic spelling of the German word for "sick". See more »

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When Carter picks up the bellows to blow out the inside of the potbelly stove, Newkirk begins to clean the chimney. He looks down the chimney and immediately closes his eyes in anticipation of Carter blowing soot in his face. He sits there for several seconds with his face in front of the chimney and his eyes closed waiting for Carter who was apparently fumbling around with the bellows and had trouble getting them in the stove to blow out the soot. See more »

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Klink is under-the-weather
20 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episode begins when a French underground woman comes to the Stalag for safe keeping. But we will find out that woman has very little to do with the story as the main plot will be Klink illness. It seems that Klink has a mild form of the flu and will be send off to a rest camp to heal. Hogan's gang knows that if they send Klink off that they may never see him again so they have to come up with a cure to the sickness ASAP.

Between LeBeau's homemade cure and an allied drop of penicillin, Klink is rapidly better. But the is the problem of the woman that Hogan has to get out of camp.

There is nothing wrong with the story, it just felt like another replayed plot that was limited by the surroundings. There was some funny lines in the script and a nice play on the homemade cure but when the show ended it felt like an old story. But overall still a nice watch.


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