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.)
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.
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.
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.
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.