You'd think. I guess Leavenworth wasn't what Klinger had in mind. I was skeptical, too, but it seems an odd thing to put out there on network TV in the day and to continue decades later on a website while going unchallenged. If it did happen, it's vaguely possible that there was a promotional element involved...Jud was on Laugh-In when the mission took place, and while it was on its last legs at this point, LI had been a big part of the cultural zeitgeist in prior years. Didn't one of the missions have astronauts taking stamps to the Moon to increase their value? Mr. Sinclair did make some cracks about palm reading. That was the implication, yes. Went back to look...yep, Pete. And she was called Shaaron in the episode. Alas, they never touched that. Not when somebody already has a gun on you. Good question. Where's Che when you need him? To be fair to Tyson, he did rise to the occasion, and apologized to Pete for being so by-the-book. Specifically, the plate number was changed from ERQ 848 to LPQ 343...aided by the plate having a black background, of course. I think Shaaron's been turning down his sevens to deny him sustenance. Yeah, what is it with people feeding pigeons in parks? Who can't afford a new bed. Actually, Felix insisted that Oscar replace it, and in the end Felix was paying for it and Oscar was paying him back in installments...and they have established that Oscar has issues with gambling debt.