There is no reason to cease your jollification just because a senior Gestapo officer in a particularly foul mood is entering your premises.[announcing to the Cafe that he is pissed]
Helga, we live in dangerous times. We know not what fate has in store. One day the Gestapo may become unpopular.
You put your left boot in, you take your left boot out, you do a lot of shouting and you shake your fists about, you light a little smokey and you burn down ze town, zat’s what it’s all about. Heil. Ah, Himmler, Himmler, Himmler…[sings the Gestapo Hokey-Cokey]
This is very serious. The Gestapo is only insured third party.[after Hans has accidentally run over his car with a steamroller]
Nobody would dare to touch a Gestapo sausage.[explaining why the painting is safe simply hanging in Rene’s kitchen]
Here is the Gestapo defusing-explosives handbook. It is by the late Professor von Flattenhead, who, as you will know, is buried in Munich, and Hamburg, and Bremen.[to von Smallhausen]