Lucky: What was I thinking? I don't have a chance!
Cadpig: There is no such thing as chance, Lucky. It's all up to destiny, and today, my name is destiny!
Lucky: I can't take anymore takes! I'm stuffed!
Cadpig: You just need to focus. Be the hunger!
Rolly: Oh, papa! I'm the hunger! Can I be your stand in?
Lucky: Oh, please! A stand in needs to look like the star.
Rolly: Are you calling me fat?
Lucky: Well...yeah! Stars get to say anything they want!
Rolly: Yeah? Well, go find yourself another fan!
Lucky: Boy, your friends really change when you become a star.
Lucky: Back to my humble roots. Seems like it's only been yesterday since I was here.
Cadpig: Actually, it was this morning.
Lucky: Well, time flies when you're a shooting star.
Cadpig: I love synchronized swimming! I just don't know why so many people hate it. Maybe it's the funny hats.
Lucky: Looks like the competition's tougher than I thought.
Cadpig: Let's not poo-poo our positivity. Don't think about the competition. They don't even exist.
Lucky: Yes, they do! And they've got skateboards, swimming pools, and stilts and stuff!
Rolly: How can we compete with that?
Cadpig: There's nobody like you. You're the only you here.
Rolly: Tell him that!
Cadpig: Can you do someone else?
Rolly: No, but I got a great disappearing act. See ya.
Cadpig: Excuse me! Are you just going to let Spot go on believing there's no tomorrow?
Rolly: I guess so.
Cadpig: Then this is a perfect chance for Spot to experience emotional and spiritual growth unincombered by the anguish of mental anxiety.
Lucky: For what?
Cadpig: For Spot to quit being such a worry-wart and live it up for once!
Lucky: Spot, Anita was probably just talking about a Spot on her dress.
Rolly: Nanny was probably just building a box for her herb garden.
Cadpig: And I bet Roger was burying that ugly shirt Anita made out of dish towels.
Spot: Oh yeah, right, and I'm Walnutter, Queen of the Cashew People!
Rolly: Long live the Nut Queen!
Cadpig: Spot, we don't want to negate any emotions you're wallowing in right now, but your egg is cracked!
Rolly: Whoa! Spot, is the sky falling again?
Roger: There. That should be deep enough.
Spot: Yeah, to put me six feet under!
Patch: Can I have your pawprint?
Two-Tone: Me too!
Rolly: Don't forget about me!
Lucky: I always have time for my fans! Mooch, want my pawprint?
Mooch: No, but you can have mine! (Hits Lucky)
Dipstick: (laughs) That's a good one!
Cadpig: Ignore the critics.
Cadpig: (To Lucky wearing a jet suit) Lucky, wait! What are you doing?
Lucky: Getting noticed. I'm gonna make an entrance they'll never forget!
Cadpig: But the director wants a natural dog! You know. Fetching? Licking? Marking territory?
Lucky He does? Get me out of this thing!
Cadpig (pressing a button on his belt): Is this the zipper?
Lucky: No! It's the on switch!
Spot: Why me? I'm too young to go to that big chicken coupe in the sky!
Lucky: Fly, Spot! Fly!
Lucky: Red Airdale rules!
Cadpig: Yellow is my favorite!
Rolly: I like the brown one. It looks like gravy.
Cecil B. De Vil: What better actor to promote new Chicken-Flavored Kanine Krunchies than a chicken?
Spot: Chicken flavor? What do they take me for, some kind of sicko?
Cadpig: Wait, Spot! Read this!
Spot: (reads) Artificial chicken flavor!
Cadpig: Hooray for chemical additives!
"Prima Doggy" marks the first appearance of Cecil B. Devil in the series.
After the events that occurred on September 11th, 2001, this episode was banned from every Disney-related network. A scene near the end of "Alive 'N Chicken" featured Spot losing control of a homemade airplane and crashing it into the chow tower in a cloud of dust. Disney decided this was too close to call with the plane crashes and the collapses they caused at the World Trade Center in New York City. 'Prima Doggy' has been pulled off as well. However, in the show's opening, some of the scenes from both of these episodes are included.
When Cadpig sees Lucky in the Air Dales costume for the first time, a brief snippet of the Recess theme plays.
"Prima Doggy" includes a clip from the Kanine Krunchies commercial from the original 101 Dalmatians movie.
The episode title 'Alive N' Chicken' is a parody of the title of a 1985 song by Simple Minds entitled Alive N' Kickin'.