Joe celebrates VA day at Smith's house. Juliana accepts a job working for Tagomi as she continues her search for answers. Smith invites an old friend to join the celebrations with surprising results.
Did You Know?
Whenever Hitler spoke publicly there was never a shortage of Nazi iconography. Hitler was a master at utilizing visual and verbal propaganda as a tool of coercion and manipulation over his people. See more
During the celebration of "V-A Day" in Nazi-ruled New York, a jazzy rendition of the tune "Mack the Knife" is heard. Given that the song was a collaboration between the Jewish composer Kurt Weill and the antifascist poet and playwright Berthold Brecht, and the fact that jazz in general was considered "degenerate music" by the Nazis, it seems unlikely that it would receive much airplay in the Greater German Reich of 1962. See more
Obergruppenführer John Smith
You find yourself a good woman Joe.
And until then: find as many bad ones as possible.
The phrase "The characters and incidents portrayed are entirely fictional" in the closing credits of every episode is also shown in German and Japanese translations. See more
Written by Richard Rodgers
(as Rodgers) and Oscar Hammerstein II
(as Hammerstein) See more