Frisky Business / Cadet of the Month

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (5)

  • Cadpig: (after Roger lectured the pups) What is he so testy about? It's not like it was grand theft auto. Spot: That's exactly what is was, Cadpig! Cadpig: Picky, picky.

  • Horace: Go left! Nanny: What left? There is no left! Horace: You'll miss the short cut!

  • Spot: I think we're lost! Lucky: We're not lost. Cadpig: I prefer the term: locationally challenged.

  • Spot: Duck! Lucky: What? Low bridge? Spot: No, I mean, DUCK! (indicates a duck crossing the road)

  • Cadpig: Isn't this stealing? Lucky: No. Stealing is when you take something from someone and never bring it back. This is borrowing.

Notes (2)

  • In "Cadet of the Month", we find out that Lucky is the hardest-working pup among the four main pups since he had the most paw merits. Rolly is the least hard-working of the four since he had no paw merits.

  • In this episode, we learn that Lucky is a very skilled puppy, but a terrible driver. This is the first time the pups drive a real car, but it won't be the last.

Trivia (2)

  • Roger managed to come up with 1,004 verses to the song This Old Man, despite the fact that such wouldn't be possible.

  • When the pups are surrounded by junkyard dogs, Rolly says, "We're trapped!", but Lucky moves his mouth. (Editor's Note: This goof was fixed during the summer of 1998.)

Allusions (2)

  • Cadpig: It's not like it was grand theft auto. Grand Theft Auto is a famous video game franchise.

  • The title “Frisky Business” is a play on the 1980s movie Risky Business.