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When the main pups first come across Cruella's ostrich farm, Cadpig's pupils are colored black rather than their usual blue.
While Pug is sleeping with the pups whining about Persian Pete, Rolly wakes up and says, "Who's Persian Pete?" While he says this, his collar is red when it's supposed to be blue.
Lucky and Two-Tone are blood sibblings. Lucky wanted to date Two-Tone even though he didn't seem to realize she was his sister.
Everyone seemed to notice that Lucky was pink, but this shouldn't have been possible; dogs are naturally colorblind.
Wizzer's collar appears blue during one of the scenes, despite the fact that it shouldn't be that color.
How did Lucky manage to ring the doorbell?
It shouldn't be possible for Cadpig to ride on a bubble.
The production order of these episodes was tremendously flawed. This is the 27th produced episode of the series, but in "Full Metal Pullet", the main pups are supposed to be getting acquainted with Spot for the first time, despite the fact that she had been with them already in previous episodes.
During the whole scene where Lucky's talking about not being comfortable with Spot, Cadpig's pupils are colored black rather than their usual blue.
Lucky's plot to escape from the house through the chimeny was not very well thought out. The chimeny is really tall, so there is no way the main pups would have been permitted to get up that high if they stacked up on one another. Adding on, how did Lucky expect to get Rolly and Cadpig out of there if he didn't have a rope with him?
While Lucky is holding Cadpig over the toilet, Rolly's pupils are colored blue rather than their usual black.
When the pups are looking up the chimeny, all three of them walk into the fireplace, but when the camera shifts to outside the fireplace, only Rolly is in the fireplace, but Lucky and Cadpig are suddenly outside of it.
How did some of the pups survive from a high leap off the combine?
When Lucky says "I've got an idea!", his collar appears, despite the fact that Cruella snatched their collars earlier.