Col. Potter has been reading the book "Ride the Man Down" since Season 4. See more »
During the epilogue, Klinger takes the 45 record out of the jukebox (that was playing his and his ex-wife's song) and smashes it on the jukebox. The sound it makes is of a porcelain dish breaking, not a vinyl record. See more »
Sgt. Joe Vickers:
[sees Potter working at Klinger's desk]
Hey, old-timer, I'm looking for Colonel Potter.
Colonel Sherman T. Potter:
[Shows the eagle insignia on his collar]
Could you speak up, sonny? My bird and I are a little hard of hearing.
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Klinger gets a Dear Max letter from someone he is no longer married to anyway. His ex- wife, Laverne, has divorced her second husband and has now hooked up with Max's best friend (former that is). Who should show up in camp but a recruiting officer, played by Barry Corbin. Of course, Klinger is totally in the dumps and has given up on life. All he can think about is the wife he doesn't have anyway. And, of course, he decides to fall for the recruiting line where the army is his best friend. He re-enlists and Potter swears him in. For six years, yet. There is also a subplot about a male nurse who gets no respect or rank. In an interesting twist, he went into the army as a private, while women go in as second lieutenants. Of course, there are some interesting twists that we need to wait for. A pretty decent offering.
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