One of the most memorable characters from the Hogan’s Heroes sitcom in the 1960s was Sergeant Schultz. This pleasingly plump German officer managed to make us laugh with his famous line: “I see nothing. I hear nothing.” Sergeant Schultz kept himself in a state of plausible deniability, which was quite comical considering that his audience knew his true circumstances.
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