101 Dalmatians: The Series

Season 2 Episode 21


Aired Saturday 9:30 AM Oct 01, 1997 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • The skipper and sea captain in this episode later return in the series finale as one of the various suitors who wished for Cruella to marry them. However, the skipper in this episode tried to avoid Cruella's advances, so what made him change his mind?

  • Quotes

    • Cruella: Now we do it my way!!
      Captain: Mutiny!?
      Cruella: No, business. Suppose, Captain, I buy you your very own whale?
      Captain: My very own whale? A white one?
      Cruella: I'll paint it myself.

    • Cadpig: (singing) Sailing, sailing,
      over the mountain main!
      La da da da da, la da da da da...

    • Cadpig: Time to steer a course to destiny!

    • Lucky: I could be stranded here for days! Months! Years! Leap years!

    • Rolly: Lucky? Scorch? Overboard? As in not on board anymore?
      Cadpig: We've got to go in and save them!
      Rolly: Maybe we should tell our pets instead.
      Cadpig: Rolly, sometimes being a coward is the right choice.
      Rolly: Thanks.

    • Starbuck: I don't know which is making me queezier, the storm or that woman.

    • Starbuck: Excuse me, but I gotta go swab the poop deck.
      Cruella: And which deck is that?
      Starbuck: Well, with the dogs on board, it could be any of them.

    • Roger: Oh no! It's Cruella! She's here! I'm seeing spots before my eyes!
      Anita: Roger, don't quit your day job.

    • Anita: Lucky? Scorch? Overboard? As in not on board anymore?
      Cadpig: Wow! She totally understood your barks!
      Rolly: Gee, I thought that only happened on TV.

    • Rolly: Oh, Cadpig, what's going to happen to Lucky?
      Cadpig He's always been lucky. All we can do is hope that hasn't changed.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • This episode is a parody of Gillian's Island, in which is an old show that contained characters who were shipwrecked on an island. This is supported by the fact that a tune similar to the Gilligan's Island theme is heard in this episode and characters make a reference to a three hour tour, which was also used in the theme of Gilligan's Island.

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