Hogan convinces Klink that he is a great artist so that he can make a rendezvous in an art gallery.

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Hogan convinces Klink that he is a great artist so that he can make a rendezvous in an art gallery.

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When Klink stops outside the art gallery he parks beside two 1960s-era VW "bugs". The wartime Bugs looked slightly different. See more »

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Hogan: [about famous artists] It wasn't until after they were *dead* that they were famous.
Colonel Klink: But that would mean I would have to be dead first!
Hogan: *Uh-Huh!*
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An enjoyable episode
9 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hogan has to get some maps to the underground in order for them to destroy a convoy with vital supply from reaching its destination. But getting the maps to the underground became more difficult when a stray bomb damaged the escape tunnel. Now getting out of camp is not going to be simple.

Klink has been making some stick figures on paper when all of the sudden Hogan claims that Klink has potential in art. So Klink starts painting these figures thinking that he could be some famous artist.

Hogan now has a plan to get the maps out of camp. He keeps telling Klink that he needs to display his art at the local gallery. When Klink finally agrees, Hogan places the maps in back of the paintings so that the underground can receive the maps and destroy the convoy.

Perhaps this episode may not be every persons favorite-but the show was entertaining enough to hold the interest to the end. The story was routine but the way the underground was able to get to the maps was quite funny at times. There was enough here to make for a enjoyable show.


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