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Lucky is twice as big as Cadpig, though in this episode, Cadpig could easily support Lucky and in some cases, Rolly, without consequence. This occurs several times throughout the series, despite the fact that it shouldn't be possible.
(Editor's Note: Cadpig may just be a lot stronger than she seems.)
When Lucky was looking into the window, he was being supported by the other three main pups (in other words, they formed a totem pole). After they all got off each other and Lucky heard Cruella coughing, he just suddenly hopped back up to the window!
The cart crashes Cruella into the door, and the door falls on her, but then the cart suddenly disappears.
Princess is voiced by April Winchell in this episode instead of Cree Summer.
If you look carefully, two of the dogs in the pound are Mooch and Colonel.
While Roger was attempting to get Lucky off of the windshield wiper, the car continues to move, despite the fact that such shouldn't be possible.
Roger mentions that he has to buy flea collars for one-hundred and one puppies, but Roger and Anita only have ninety-nine Dalmatian puppies, and Pongo and Perdita are fully grown.
When Roger sees Lucky on his windshield wipers, he says, "My wipers look like Lucky!" When he notices it's really Lucky, he says, "Hey!", but he's still smiling.
While Lucky is worrying about Roger picking Tripod over him, Rolly's ears turn black.
While the pups are watching TV, Rolly's collar is yellow.
Cadpig's strength seems to vary throughout the series. After the main pups come out of the lake, they each one by one climb onto a pond weed and jump off it causing the trio to land on top of each other. Cadpig ends up on the bottom with Lucky on top of her and Rolly on top of him. Cadpig managed to support both her brothers in this scene without consequence. Not only should this not be possible, but it also contradicts past episodes: In the episode, "Home is Where the Bark Is", one of the totem poles the main pups formed had Cadpig on the bottom, and she was defectively struggling over the weight she was carrying in that scene. Also, in "You Slipped a Disk", after Rolly gets freed from the fence, he lands on Cadpig crushing her, and she was critically injured.
When Lucky and Cadpig were going to save Rolly from the rushing stream, Lucky hung himself from the limb of a tree, but then Cadpig hopped off the limb and quickly wrapped her tail around the limb and grabbed Lucky's ankles. It shouldn't be possible for the dalmatians to do that. They're not monkees.
It shouldn't have been possible for the main pups to communicate with VLAD, as it was a computer program. It was created by humans, and in the series, humans cannot speak with animals.
When Spot says, "An Ice Asteroid? Please!" the giant snowball is clearly seen in the background but it's not moving. After she finishes her line, it starts moving!
While Cadpig is being told about animals who are better psychics than her, her blue collar turns red.
Patch and Rolly both appear to have two dog dishes each in "The Dogs of De Vil", despite the fact that they should only have one, and on one of Rolly's dishes, his name is misspelled: "Roly".
In one scene, Pongo and Perdita's collars are of opposite colors.
Lucky's ears appear white towards the end of "Rolly's Eggcellent Adventure".
Lucky told Thunderbolt that they met at the Grutely County Fair. However, he's refering to the episode, "Close But No Cigar", which aired after this episode.
In "Two for the Show", Spot appears to be terrible at math, but she seems to have better mathmatical knowledge in future episodes.