Bart drinks beer in this episode. In most others, he's a teetotaler.
Private Heaven states in the dialogue that he hails from Henderson, North Carolina. The script writer must have been using a map because there really is such a town.
Bart whistles the Maverick theme music in this episode.
Bart: Mostly, you don't catch me hanging around Army posts. I don't have a hankering for the military life. But this fort was different. There was always a big poker game going on in the Sutler's store. Trappers in from the wilds would take a hand and some of those cavalry boys in blue were pretty sharp card players. You know the kind: when payday came around they'd wind up with most of the money in the barracks. So, whenever I was in the neighborhood, I'd drop in and try to even things up a little.
Bart: The poor are always tryin' to get the rich and they usually do.
Captain Berger: Captain Berger, Officer of the Day.
Bart: Nice to meet you, Captain. Pull up a chair. There's still room for one more.
Benedict: You like money, don't you?
Bart: Well, who doesn't?
O'Dell: You got a true gambler's heart, Maverick.
Bart: Well, I have to in order to play against you, O'Dell.
O'Dell: That's not what I mean. Berger might come in, slap another six months on your hitch.
Bart: The way I been performin', it'll be just a matter a days before they offer me money to leave.
Benedict: Maverick, it's been said you love money more than anything else.
Bart: It's been said right.
Bart: Lotta things about me you don't know, Rogers.
Benedict: (about Heaven) Favor, what favor?
Bart: He doesn't know it yet but I'm gonna pay him to do my extra detail.