Radar: Yeah. Can you speak up? Someone's trying to kill me.
Continuity Nod: A medical file or discharge still needs to be signed by three ranking doctors.
Deadpan Snarker: When Kimble reveals he's planning to ship two thousand pounds worth of stolen loot home to open a cafe, he says he's going to name it "Kimble's Korean Kafe".
Kimble: Three K's. You get it?
Hawkeye: You can buy your linen from the Klu Klux Klan.
B.J.: What about the two eyeholes?
Hawkeye: You can put the salt and pepper shakers on them.
Disproportionate Retribution: According to Lieutenant Chivers, British Command punishes any officer who has an ingrown toenail or some other issue regarding poor footcare by either holding up promotion or denying the officer leave.
Father Mulcahy: That rumour almost came through the door!
When Potter suggests using a tank to deter the snipers, Hawkeye takes it to mean the colonel wants to blow the enemy to kingdom come. Turns out he thought wrong and Potter just wants to use the sight of a tank for intimidation.
Foreshadowing: As Colonel Griswold is about to leave the 4077 in his Jeep, he is about to promise Hawkeye that if there's anything he can do in return for his help, the sniper starts a second attack. This foreshadows Griswold lending the 4077 one of his tanks.
Getting Crap Past the Radar: When being introduced to Lieutenant Chivers, Colonel Potter notes the man's ingrown toenail. B.J. lampshades it, to which Potter replies.
Colonel Potter: It's my third war. I've seen more British toes than I have American fannies.
Green-Eyed Monster: When Margaret starts showing romantic interest in Griswold because of his command over a tank squadron, Frank is quick to pull her away. His jealousy is what leads towards him driving the tank Griswold loans the unit later.
Honor Before Reason: Subverted with Frank. While it would appear Frank is choosing the integrity of his medical career over the camp's important requiring of a microscope, it soon devolves into a Glory Hound rant.
Frank: I'm sick of hearing about the wounded. What about all the thousands of wonderful guys who are fighting this war without any of the credit or the glory that always goes to the lucky few who happen to get shot?
Hawkeye: Frank, I really think you've finally gone out of your skull!
I Lied: Margaret tricks Frank into giving her the last card she needed to win their game of Gin.
Frank: You're certainly a savage at cards, Margaret.
Missing Time: It isn't until Klinger leaves the Swamp that he and the other players of the poker game notice that it's now daylight, meaning they've been playing all night long.
Modesty Towel: When Frank is going out of control in the tank and is heading for the nurses' shower, the women occupying it are forced to evacuate in this state and remain so for the rest of the scene.
Nervous Wreck: The third sniper attack has Radar fumbling around while trying to pour a drink for Colonel Potter.
Not What It Looks Like: Radar and Klinger are practicing their act for an upcoming talent show, which involves a marriage proposal. Unfortunately, Hawkeye and Colonel Griswold walk in at the wrong moment, leading Radar to plead this trope.
B.J. and Hawkeye, when the third sniper attack catches them unawares and they dive underneath an ambulance.
Margaret sees the tanks is heading for the nurses' showers and urgently orders those currently occupying it to evacuate.
Frank finally realises he can't control the tank so well as he thought and then he sees Colonel Potter driving into his path in an effort to stop him. He frantically tries to warn Potter out of the way.
Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Everyone in the Swamp appropriately flees their poker game once Margaret warns them and they see the tank coming their way.
Shout-Out: Colonel Potter shoots the jeep that the tank smashes in a homage to a famous World War II cartoon of an Army man tearfully shooting his destroyed jeep much like putting a wounded horse out of its misery.
Take That!: Hawkeye remarks an appreciation that Colonel Griswold was brave enough to come to the 4077 for help rather than settling for one of the local Korean physicians.
Hawkeye: Odds are you'd have given him twenty bucks for some penicillin and he'd have shot a few cc's of Wildroot Cream Oilnote A hair dressing/conditioner for men and women, still available in drugstores. in your rump.
Griswold: [appalled] Hair cream?
Hawkeye: That's right. Doesn't cure you, but you wind up with the best-groomed tuchis in town.
Trash the Set: Frank drives the tank into the nurses' shower, bringing it down, and right over the Swamp, completely flattening it.
Unnecessary Combat Roll: Not-so-Unnecessary (maybe), but when the tank Frank is driving is about to crash through the Swamp, where a number of the guys are playing cards, B.J. Combat Rolls out of the side of the Swamp, tearing the mosquito netting in that section.
Yank the Dog's Chain: Both bottles of scotch given by the British lieutenant are destroyed by the sniper.
Hawkeye: Major Burns do something thoughtful? He sends his kids collect birthday cards.note Technology Marches On — this is a Phone Tropes reference to a collect call or reverse-charge call. It used to be possible to do this with mail — have the recipient pay the postage — but that was phasing out by the 1950s.