The pics alone crack me up Laura. I'm sure once you guide me to the reference you're making I'll wind up on the floor
Say whaaaaat? You don't recognize Sargeant Schultz from 60's era TV sitcom Hogan's Heroes? (even from reruns?)
He was the best part of the show!
Oberfeldwebel (Master Sergeant) Hans Georg Schultz, serial number 23781 (John Banner) is Klink's bumbling, highly unmilitary 325-pound Sergeant Of The Guard. Schultz is a basically good-hearted man who, when confronted by evidence of the prisoners' covert activities, will simply look the other way, repeating "I hear nothing, I see nothing, I know nothing!" (or, more commonly as the series went on, simply "I know nothing–NOTHING!") to avoid being blamed for allowing things to have gotten as far as they already had—which might see him given a one-way trip to the Eastern Front. This eventually became a catch phrase of the series.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hogan's_Heroes
Anyway, thought it was appropriate since this thread had "gone south" in more ways than one