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Lucky (Character)
from 101 Dalmatians (1961)

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"101 Dalmatians: The Series: You Slipped a Disk/Chow About That? (#2.1)" (1997)
Lucky: Let's do it for Roger!
Cadpig: Let's do it for Roger!
Rolly: Let's do it before dinner!

Lucky: We may have missed lunch hour, but lunch will be ours! I have a plan that'll have us chowing down in no time! We'll be swimming in kibble once we...
Spot: Lucky, if I could interject here for just a second...
Lucky: Spot, don't interupt my moment... Once we break into the chow tower!
Cadpig: Great moment, Lucky.

Cadpig: Look on the bright side, Rolly. If these keeps up much longer, it'll be dinner time.
Rolly: But I need food now!
Spot: Relax, you guys. Just look back...
Lucky: Only quitters look back! We gotta look forward! Am I right?
Cadpig, Rolly: Yeah!

Lucky: Don't worry, Duchess. This is totally safe. Safer than safety-scissors-safe.
Spot: Lucky, about the food...
Lucky: Spot, you're going to have to stay back! This is totally dangerous! Very very dangerous!

[last lines]
Lucky: You know what I've learned, Spot?
Spot: Yep, you've learned...
Lucky: To listen. I mean, think of how much easier this would have been if we would have listened to you in the first place.
Spot: You've definately learned something.
Cadpig: Oh, Spot, the next time you have something to say, please don't let us ever ever ever interupt, k?
Spot: Actually, I do have something to say...
Rolly: Spot, please! Can't you see we're trying to eat here?

Rolly: This is scary.
Lucky: I know. No TV.

Spot: Wait! I have to tell you two things! Number 1, Nanny left some extra kibble for you guys back at the shed!
Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly: What's number 2?
Spot: Look out for the sewer pipe!

Lucky: [on top of Rolly] Gotcha!
Cadpig: Lucky, next time, try clobbering the bad guy.
Lucky: Hee hee. Sorry, Rolly.

Lucky: We may have missed lunch hour, but lunch will be ours! I have a plan that will have us chowing down in no time! We'll be swimming in kibble once we...
Spot: Lucky? If I could just interject here for a second...
Lucky: Spot, don't interrupt my moment.
[continuing his speech]
Lucky: Once we... break into the chow tower!
Cadpig: [sarcastically] Great moment, Lucky.

Rolly: Don't miss lunch because of me! Save yourselves!
Cadpig: Thanks, Rolly!
Lucky: We can't just leave and let him starve!
Cadpig: We can do anything if we try.

Lucky: Don't worry. This is totally safe. Safer than safety-scissors safe.
Spot: Lucky, I think I really must tell you that...
Lucky: Spot, you're going to have to stay back! This is totally dangerous! Very, very dangerous!

Cadpig: Look on the bright side, Rolly. If this takes much longer, it'll be dinner time.
Rolly: But I need food now!
Spot: Relax, you guys. Just look back...
Lucky: Only quitters look back! We've gotta look forward! Am I right?
Cadpig, Rolly: Yeah!

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Leisure Lawsuit/Purred It Through the Grapevine (#2.4)" (1997)
Lucky: Oh, man. Now I've done it. They're gonna lose the farm because of me.
Cadpig: Now, now. No pitty-parties, Lucky. It's not all your fault. Tell him, guys!
Rolly: No, I think he's right.
Spot: Yeah, it's pretty much all his fault.

Lucky: There's gotta be some way to prove she's faking.
Rolly: You sure she's still faking? I've seen healthier looking roadkill.
Lucky: Ah, don't let her fool you. She's a picture of health.

[last lines]
Colonel: Relax and enjoy, cadets. There's plenty more where that came from.
Rolly: Man, if I'd known there was kibble involved, I would have fought those sheep single-pawed.
Lucky: Where's Pug? Isn't he joining us?
Colonel: Yes, well I... put Pug in charge of a very important emergency.
Sgt. Tibbs: A Code K emergency.
Lt. Pug: Kittens... I hate babysittin' kittens.

Lucky: Oh, man, now I've done it! They're going to lose the farm because of me.
Cadpig: Now, now, no pity-parties, Lucky. It's not all your fault. Tell him, guys.
Rolly: No, I think he's right.
Spot: Yeah, it's pretty much his all fault.

Spot: C'mon, Pug's gonna be looking for us!
Lucky: Relax, that bonehead couldn't find his butt with both paws!
Lt. Pug: Freeze, hairballs! You traitors are all going down!
Cadpig: But...
Lt. Pug: Don't but me, Cadpig!
Cadpig: That's right, Cadpig! See what happens when you try?

Lucky: There's gotta be some way to prove she's faking.
Rolly: You sure she's still faking? I've seen healthier looking road kill.
Lucky: Don't let her fool you. She's a picture of health!

Rolly: What do you know? False alarm.
Lucky: Let's look around.
[they look around for a while]
Rolly: That was fun. Anyone for gelato?
Lucky: [stops Rolly in his tracks] Something's fishy.
Rolly: You always gotta go looking for trouble, don't you? Can't you just accept it as a false alarm? Here. I'll prove it to you. See? No sheep in trouble!
Cadpig: Gosh, Rolly, I guess you were right.
[a stampede of sheep runs over them]
Cadpig: Did anyone get the license plate of those sheep?

Lucky: You're toast, Turkey Lips!
Mooch: You're mouse meat, Midget Mutt!

Lucky: Gum?
Rolly: Check.
Lucky: String?
Cadpig: Check.
Lucky: Chicken?
Spot: I hate my life.

Spot: Don't you want to learn?
Lucky: Spot, don't you get it? Only geeks learn barking code, and only losers teach it.

Swamp Rat: Well now, you pups is very, very lucky. 'Cause I just happen to have the last remaining copy of the official code book.
[Swamp Rat pulls out the "offishul cod book" only to have the fake cover fall off and reveal an "Eratica" magazine underneath]
Swamp Rat: Oh.
Lucky, Rolly: No.

Duchess: What was that word, dear?
Lucky: Yow.
Princess: Oh, it's been years. Let's see. Yow. Yow.
Duchess: Ooh. Isn't that the name of that nice young bull on As the World Churns? Mmmm. Talk about beefcake.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Tic Track Toe/Lucky All-Star (#2.2)" (1997)
Rolly: I dig Go-Go!
Cadpig: I love Go-Go!
Lucky: I worship Go-Go!

Cadpig: He's brave.
Rolly: He's fearless.
Lucky: He can do anything.
Spot: He's just a dog!
Lucky: He's not just a dog! Go-Go's my hero!

Cadpig: Oh, I hope Roger picks me! That trophy matches my inner glow.
Spot: Who cares about the trophy? I just wanna bring honor to Dearly Farm.
Rolly: Roger isn't picking a chicken, Spot. He's gonna choose a dog... with a nose for bones... like me.
Lucky: Dream on, guys. Roger has only one favorite, and we know who that is.
Cadpig: Oh, forgive me, chosen one. And if it weren't for my total commitment to world peace, I'd kick your sorry little...
Spot: Hey, where are you going, Tripod?
Tripod: Gotta start practicing for the contest. Gotta dig, gotta pump up, gotta feel the burn! You guys coming?
Lucky: Nah, I've got... shall we say... connections.
Tripod: No pain, no gain.

Lucky: That's a good look for you.
Tripod: Careful, Lucky. You don't want to break a nail.

Lucky: Roger's choosing Tripod over me? We gotta get him to a doctor. Maybe he's a clone! His body's been snatched in an alien invasion!

Lucky: Why didn't Roger pick me?
Spot: Hmm, let me take a stab at this. Because Tripod practiced? Because he worked hard? Because he's better?
Lucky: Who says he's better? I never even tried.
Spot: Ah! I think we've identified the problem.

[Lucky and Tripod get attacked by a sling of mud. The mud puts Tripod's hair into a swirl]
Lucky: That's a good look for you.
Tripod: Careful, Lucky. You don't want to break a nail.

TV Announcer: See Go-Go, the Fastest Dog in the World running daily at De Vil Downs. You gotta go-go.
Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly: We gotta go-go!

Lucky: Now, just relax Go-Go and tell me what you see.
Go-Go: [looking at an ambiguous inkblot] Uh, the post-nuclear holocaust.
Go-Go: [looking at an inkblot of a flower] The horror of war in this century.
Go-Go: [looking at an inkblot of a rabbit] Ye-ahh! Bunny!

[last lines]
Lucky: Sorry I was such a jerk.
Tripod: Well, I couldn't have done it without you helping us out of the mud.
Roger Dearly: Collars for everybody.

Fetch: Hi, my name's Fetch.
Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly: Hi, Fetch.
Fetch: I'm afraid of sticks.
Lucky: We're here for you, Fetch.
Cadpig: Next.
Kelly: Hi. My name's Kelly.
Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly: Hi, Kelly.
Kelly: I'm afraid of sheep.
Rolly: That's rough, man.
Go-Go: [clears throat] Hi. My name's Go-Go.
Lucky, Cadpig, Rolly: Hi, Go-Go.
Go-Go: I'm afraid of... bunnies.
[the therapy group laugh at him mercilessly]

Lucky: Go-Go, you're my hero.
Go-Go: You make a pretty good hero yourself, kid.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Two for the Show/An Officer and a Gentledog (#1.4)" (1997)
Steven the Aligator: I promise I won't eat you.
Lucky: Sadly, that's the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me today.

Lucky: Give me a sentence in 25 words or less.
Cadpig: Okay, I'll give you 8 words: You're the biggest little tyrant I've ever met!
Lucky: That was 9 words.

Lucky: Rolly, are you alright?
Cadpig: Looks okay, except he's about to plummet to his doom.

Lucky: I know you're smart, Spot, but how do you handle pressure? Solve this simple word problem in say, thirty seconds.
Spot: Ah-ha, no problem! Two trains are heading toward each other, one at twenty-five miles an hour and the other at forty. They're fifty miles apart and getting closer on the same track, but with no time to throw the switch, they collide, head on. All aboard perish and it's all my fault!
Lucky: Next.

[last lines]
Colonel: Lucky, my boy. Tripod told me what happened near the end of the course. I find that kind of sacrifice *highly* commendable. Shows character.
Lucky: So, do I get to be a top dog, like Tripo?
Colonel: 'Fraid not.
Lucky: How about a rematch?
Colonel: Nope.
Lucky: Why not?
Colonel: Oh, it wasn't a race, boy. You didn't have to come in first. You just had to come in. And you not only finished, you helped a friend. So what you did, son, is a sense of pride. And that's a medal that won't ever tarnish.

Tripod: So, what took you so long? Pokey.
Lucky: You think you're so cool, Tripod.
Tripod: Cool. And fast.
Lt. Pug: Listen here, loser boy. We don't need no cryin' babies whining and squalling about how they got beat fair and square by a three-legged dog!

[first lines]
Lucky (segment: "Two For The Show"): Aw, man. I could have nailed that without even trying.
Game Show Host: Oh my, no winners today. But tune in for the next Squeal of Fortune, when fabulous farm animals make fools out of themselves. For next week's grand prize, a genuine autographed Thunderbolt bone.
Lucky (segment: "Two For The Show"): Wow, I'd give anything for a shot at that bone.
Swamp Rat: Psst. Lucky. Come here, my boy.

Lucky (segment: "Two For The Show"): No pets without an owner? Oh, man. My ticket's useless. Now what?
Steven the Aligator: No problem.
[chomping is heard off-screen, Steven the Alligator returns with Poopsie and Bloopsie's leashes]
Steven the Aligator: Let's go.
Lucky (segment: "Two For The Show"): I'm not even gonna think about the moral implications of this.

Lucky (segment: "Two For The Show"): Hey, it's not so bad having an alligator for a teammate.
Vendela: If you don't mind consorting with a future handbag.
Steven the Aligator: Now, was that called for?

Lucky (segment: "Two For The Show"): I'm sorry. Really, really sorry.
Cadpig: Apology accepted. After all, everybody loves a game show winner.
Steven the Aligator: Oh ho. Not me. I love a game show host.
[Steven the Alligator coughs up the host's microphone]

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Home Is Where the Bark Is (#1.1)" (1997)
Lucky: Come on, Rolly! We gotta hightail it to the museum! We don't wanna miss the fire hydrants of the world exhibit!
Rolly: Just send me a post card, Lucky. I'm getting a cramp here.
Cadpig: I'm getting a cramp too! A big giant smile cramp!

Lucky: It's too noisy here!
Rolly: And too hot!
Cadpig: And too... farmy!

Anita Dearly: Nanny, get some food for the puppies. They're probably hungry.
Lucky: Who cares about the food? I'm just glad we're home.
Rolly: I care about the food!

Lucky: Come on, Rolly! We gotta hightail it to the museum! We don't want to miss the Fire Hydrants of the World exhibit!
Rolly: Just send me a postcard, Lucky. I'm getting a cramp here.
Cadpig: I'm getting a cramp too! A big giant smile cramp!

Lucky: Somebody's gotta take a bite out of crime.
Cadpig: Yeah, right.

Lucky: Isn't it fun spending the night? Just like old times.
Rolly: I don't remember freezing my butt off, Lucky!
Lucky: Back at the barn, you were hot!
Rolly: Well, now I'm cold.
Cadpig: I'm hungry. Both physically and spiritually. I still miss my friends.

[the pups are at the bottom of a fireplace looking up the chimney]
Rolly: You sure this will work, Lucky?
Lucky: Trust me.
[the puppies stack up. Lucky loosens some soot causing Rolly to sneeze, which causes the trio to fall and get covered in soot]
Lucky: This feels very familiar.

Anita Dearly: Nanny, make some food for the puppies; they're probably hungry.
Lucky: Who cares about the food? I'm just glad we're home.
Rolly: *I* care about the food!

[last lines]
Lucky: It's good to be home.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Citizen Canine (#2.14)" (1997)
Lucky: Are you just going to keep giving us stuff to do until we give up?
Cadpig: What Lucky means is, he believes you have a subconscious fear of losing.
Rolly: In other words, he's calling you a yellow-bellied, lily-livered chicken!
Spot: Not that that's a bad thing...

Cadpig: Why can't you run for mayor? You're charismatic, you talk a lot, you're bossy, you're always telling people what to do...
Lucky: Okay, okay, I get your point!
Cadpig: I can even be your personal image consultant. I love manipulating the truth.
Rolly: And I can be your advisor.
Spot: And I can manage your campaign. I have a neck for seeing trouble coming.

Princess: When Nanny milked me this morning, her hands nearly froze my udders off!
Duchess: When are we getting those heated milking gloves you promised us?
Lucky: Vice-Vice-Vice Mayor Spot is hard at work on that.
Spot: Yeah, and we got a finance committee extrapolating a freezability report on...
[dissolve to the pups in a new place]
Lucky: What did you say?
Spot: I was hoping you knew.

Lucky: Cadpig, would you stop whistling before I declare it illegal again?

Spot: Ed Pig's just called a meeting to discuss all the promises you made.
Lucky: Well, tell them it's illegal to talk about my promises.
Spot: That doesn't seem fair.
Lucky: Who are you to say what's fair, Spot? I'm the mayor.
Cadpig: Somebody needs a little attitude adjustment.
Rolly: Yeah, Lucky! Pretty soon, you're going to be eating all our ice cream!
Spot: And making us watch whatever shows you want!
Lucky: Then I could if I wanted to. I can do anything I want.
Rolly: Huh! Then you're gonna have to find yourself another vice mayor!
Cadpig: ...and vice-vice mayor!
Spot: ...and vice-vice-vice mayor too!
Lucky: Guess I should just pass a law saying that I'm no better than Ed Pig.

[last lines]
Rolly: It sure was nice of Mayor Pig to give us this ice cream.
Spot: Guess he's not such a bad guy after all.
Cadpig: There's a warm heart between all those pork rinds.
Lucky: After that promise mess, I'm just happy to be done with my political career.
Rolly: Glad to hear it, Lucky.
Lucky: Everybody knows the real power is in big corporations.
[Rolly, Cadpig and Spot throw ice cream chunks at Lucky]
Lucky: [laughs] Just kidding.

Lucky: Rolly, what happened when you took that poll?
Rolly: What happened when I took the poll? The fence fell down!

Princess: When Nanny milked me this morning, her hands nearly froze my udders off!
Duchess: When are we getting those heated milking gloves you promised us?
Lucky: Vice-Vice-Vice Mayor Spot is hard at work on that.
Spot: Yeah, and we got a finance committee extrapolating a freezability report on...
Lucky: [dissolve to the pups in a new place] What did you say?
Spot: I was hoping you knew.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: It's a Swamp Thing/Roll Out the Pork Barrel (#2.10)" (1997)
Rolly: But the Colonel said not to ever ever ever step foot in here!
Lucky: We're not stepping, we're wading.

Rolly: I think I'm retaining water.
Lucky: I think you're retaining doughnuts!
Rolly: Are you calling me fat?
Lucky: If the tree fits.

[last lines]
Dumpling: At my urging, Rolly has graciously decided to give you another chance.
Lucky: Well, I don't know if we want him back. He did kinda blow us off.
Rolly: Heck. I don't know either. You guys were really mean to me and...
Lucky, Rolly: [shout] I love you, man!
Cadpig, Spot: [shout] Group hug!

Lucky: Where's your pioneer spirit? Where's your sense of adventure? Where's... Where's the scarf?

Lucky: I said a scarf, not a muffler!

Lucky: Hi, I'm Lucky.
Swamp Rat: Well, you most certainly are... lucky you met me, and I am lucky I met you.

[first lines]
Lucky: Gee, Colonel. You must have seen a lot of action.
Colonel: Lucky, my boy, it's been a long, long road.
[showing Lucky photos]
Colonel: For example, here I am at the Great Gruteley Kibble Caper.
Lucky: Cool.
Colonel: And here I am at the infamous Flea Bath Uprising. Oh, and this, this was taken just before my most harrowing mission: Operation Chew Toy.
Lucky: Wow. Action and adventure. And that cool thing around your neck.
Colonel: Oh, yes. The Regimental Scarf. Quiet a beauty, eh?
Lucky: Are you kidding? I'd look great in one of those.
Colonel: Tell you what, son. How'd you like to wear it for the day?
Lucky: Seriously?

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Out to Launch/Prophet and Loss (#1.12)" (1998)
VLAD: VLAD had to fool his furry and feather friends.
Lucky: Why? Why did VLAD have to?
VLAD: Skinny evil woman wanted to change VLAD. Went to turn VLAD into flight fat farm. VLAD's mission to violate countries, not melt off pounds fast.
Rolly: But why dognap us?
VLAD: VLAD wanted little comrades to help fulfill VLAD's destiny: to seek and destroy all orbiting traffic and become star of outer space!
Cadpig: Of course.
Spot: Should have guessed.
Rolly: What else?

Cadpig: It was just nice to have everyone look up to me for a while. Take my advice. Give me a feeling of importance.
Lucky: Well, it gave *me* chills and a fever *and* frostbite on my tail.

Lucky: Hey, guys, don't panic! Lighten up!
Cadpig: Lighten up? We're already weightless!

[first lines]
Lucky: [playing a video game] Ha ha, got 'em. Reduce speed to light vector 7. Uh-oh, my sensors are detecting the presence of a hostile spaceship in this sector.
Cadpig: How long do you suppose Captain Flea Dip will be conquering space today?
Spot: Probably just his usual romp to the Omega Quadrant and back.
Rolly: Oh, come on, Lucky. You promised to check out Cruella's trash. She's got all kinds of great new stuff in it.
Lucky: No way. There's no reason to stop playing the game now.
Rolly: I'll give you at least three reasons why. One: You promised.
Spot: Two: It's not good for you to sit inside all day long and play video games.
Cadpig: And three: you look like a rabid dog behind those controls. You need to relax pup and get outside.
Lucky: Holy cow, a Kaputnic battle cruiser! Raise the shields. Fire the plutonium torpedoes.
Cadpig: [mockingly] Mop up the poop deck. Hold in the egg whites.
[Lucky's friends try to pull him away from the video game]
Cadpig: Let's go!
Lucky: No!

Lucky: That's a genuine Kaputnic battle cruiser. With a Destroy the Free World options package.

[last lines]
Cadpig: Oh, and what about you? You all believed I was psychic because you wanted to, not because there was any real evidence.
Rolly: Aw, she's right.
Lucky: Yeah? Explain that to Spot.
[Spot is frozen in ice]

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Shake, Rattle and Woof/Cadpig Behind Bars (#2.3)" (1997)
Lucky: Lieutenant! Push the cage release button!
Lt. Pug: I don't take orders from you!
Lucky: But that was part of your plan. Plan C. Remember?
Lt. Pug: Of course I remember. C for..."Cage Release".

Lucky: Shouldn't stars like us have something more than second-hand scenery?

Lt. Pug: Are you two done with that helium?
Lucky, Rolly: [high-pitched voices] All finished, Sir.

Lucky: We're not lifting off.
Lt. Pug: We've got too much weight.
Rolly: Oh, so now I *add* fat.

Lucky: Wow. Did she say stardom?
Rolly: We're gonna be stars.
Spot: Guys, guys! This is Cruella, the same woman who tried to turn you into fuzzy evening wear.

[last lines]
Cadpig: I am so glad I got through to my new friends back at the pound. And I'm glad my best friends came through for me.
Lucky, Rolly: Uh-huh.
Cadpig: Oh, it would be a much better world if we all came through for each other.
Lt. Pug: Where's a blackout when you need one?
[the screen fades to black]
Lt. Pug: That's better.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Swine Song/Watch for Falling Idols (#1.6)" (1997)
Cadpig: Oh, that is sentimental!
Rolly: Oh, give me a break.
Lucky: Or a barf bag.
Cadpig: How could you be so insensitive? Have you never felt the pangs of Toujour L'amour?
Rolly: I pulled a groin once.
Lucky: I had ringworm.
Spot: Does moulting count?

Lucky (segment: "Watch For Falling Idols"): Man, these TV windmills are just as fake as TV heroes.

Lucky (segment: "Watch For Falling Idols"): That crook doesn't stand a dog biscuit's chance in a kennel.

Lucky (segment: "Watch For Falling Idols"): A stunt poodle?

[last lines]
Lucky (segment: "Watch For Falling Idols"): I'm so sorry I called you a chicken, Thunderbolt. You don't know the meaning of fear.
Thunderbolt: Ah, you're wrong, Lucky. I was plenty scared just now.
Lucky (segment: "Watch For Falling Idols"): But I thought heroes were fearless.
Thunderbolt: Yeah, so did I. But maybe not. Remember in Indiana Bones when my character overcame his fear of frogs to rescue his pal?
Lucky (segment: "Watch For Falling Idols"): Yeah, that was awesome.
Thunderbolt: Well he was a hero, alright. Not because he didn't have fears, but because he overcame them.
Lucky (segment: "Watch For Falling Idols"): Hmm. Well, if that's what makes a hero, you're still the biggest, bravest, best hero ever. And maybe, if I overcome my fears, I could become as big a hero as you.
[Lucky and Thunderbolt put on matching pairs of sunglasses]
Thunderbolt: Eh, don't push your luck, kid.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Smoke Detectors/Lobster Tale (#2.19)" (1997)
Lucky: Forever?
Rolly: As in... forever?

Rolly: Sorry, guys. My stomach sorta took over my brain.
Lucky: There's news.

Lucky: [opens Cruella's suitcase] Wow! Nothing but cigarettes!
Rolly: Maybe she thinks tobacco is a food group.

Cadpig: You said you were going to make him a contributing member of society!
Swamp Rat: He's contributing to my gumbo recipe. Close enough.
[the match Swamp Rat is holding catches his fingers on fire]
Swamp Rat: Yeow! I hope a little kid never holds a lit match like that! That could hurt!
Rolly: You'll never get away with this, Swamp Rat! A decent gumbo needs cayenne pepper!
Swamp Rat: There's plenty of cayenne in it, chubby boy! The secret is to start with a wallop of kosher salt.
Rolly: Salt? No, no, no. First, the cayenne pepper, then the...
Cadpig, Lucky, Spot: [shouts] Rolly!

Cadpig: Is it possible that I was an unclear communicator? Demonstrated poor listening skills? Was too caught up in my mission to assess Lance's needs?
Lucky, Spot, Rolly: Uh-huh!
Rolly: And don't forget to add a count of Grand Theft Lobster!
Spot: Hey, you were just trying to help a fellow creature. We know your heart was in the right place.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: He Followed Me Home/Love 'Em and Flea 'Em (#1.2)" (1997)
Two-Tone: Don't hide, Lucky. I like your new look.
Lucky: No, you don't. Mooch is right. You don't want to be seen with me.
Two-Tone: Yes, I do! You're still Lucky. I think you're cool in any color.
Lucky: Really?
Two-Tone: Yeah.

Lucky: The farm looks fantastic! Just looking at it makes me feel so... itchy!
Cadpig: What are you so itchy about?
Lucky: I'm itching to go to the dance with Two-Tone.
Cadpig: Someone's been bitten by the puppy love bug.
Lucky: Well, that explains why I itch... but does it explain why I hear music?

Lucky: Where did you learn about this?
Spot: I'm Professor Egghead Science Over-Easy!

Lucky: I look like a big wad of bubble gum.
Rolly: Then why'd you dye yourself pink? You shoulda picked another color!

[last lines]
Two-Tone: Don't hide, Lucky. I like your new look.
Lucky: No, you don't. Mooch is right. You don't wanna be seen with me.
Two-Tone: Yes, I do. You're still Lucky. I think you're cool in any color.
Lucky: Really?
Two-Tone: Yeah.
Lucky: Cheer up, Mooch. You look so blue.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Alive N' Chicken/Prima Doggy (#2.11)" (1997)
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"!

Cadpig: [to Lucky in a jump 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! That's the on switch!

Lucky: Red Airedale rules!
Cadpig: Yellow's my favorite.
Rolly: I like the brown one. It looks like gravy.

Lucky: Fly, Spot! Fly!

[last lines]
Rolly: Ah. Sure is good to have the old Lucky back.
Lucky: Thanks. I'm sorry for the way I acted. I let being a star go to my head.
Patch: I just hope it doesn't go to hers.
TV Announcer: Introducing new Kanine Krunchies Max. With chicken flavor.
Spot: It's artificial.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Frisky Business/Cadet of the Month (#2.16)" (1997)
Spot: Might I remind you that this is stealing?
Lucky: No. Stealing is when you take something from someone and never bring it back. This is borrowing.

Spot: Duck!
Lucky: What? Low bridge?
Spot: No, I mean, *duck*! Baby duck!

Spot: I think we're lost!
Lucky: We're not lost.
Cadpig: I prefer the term, locationally challenged.

[first lines]
Thunderbolt: The name's Bolt, Thunderbolt. I eat Krunchies. Kanine Krunchies. You should too.
1st Announcer: Kanine Krunchies, perfect for lunchy. Designer Kanine Krunchies. Dare to be a dog. Shaken, not stirred.
Rolly: That is so beautiful.
Spot: Yeah, well, that high end designer chow costs big b-b-bucks and we don't have any. So get over it. B'gawk.
2nd Announcer: Hey, hounds. Monday is Designer Kanine Krunchi Day at the Stiffle Food Fortress. You're one and only chance to try Designer KK's rockin' new flavor, pistachio veal, absolutely free. I repeat, free, free, free! So come on down and get fed.
Lucky: Too cool.
Rolly: That's it. I'm going to Stiffle.
Spot: Uh, Hello. Anybody home? Stiffle is miles away. In order to cover that kind of distance, you would need transportation.

Lucky: It's not stealing. Stealing is when you take something and never bring it back. This is borrowing.
Cadpig: That's it, Lucky. Bend reality until it works for you.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Market Mayhem/Lucky to Be Alone (#2.8)" (1997)
Lucky: We're not going anywhere near the poultry aisle.
Spot: To you, it's the poultry aisle. To me, it's my class reunion!

Cadpig: I need closure, Lucky.
Lucky: The remote... is yours.
Cadpig: Fly free, my eagle.

Beamer: Not to your liking, sport?
Lucky: No, not that. The food just sorta reminds me of someone back home.
Coco: Try the chicken, sweet-cakes.
Lucky: That's even worse.

[last lines]
Perdy: We've come to take you home.
Lucky: It's so good to see you guys.
Gieldgud: Gracious!
Coco: Oh, Beams. We gave him everything.
Beamer: Farm dogs. You did your best, darling.
Cadpig: Lucky!
Spot: Aww, how are you, little fella? I told them you'd be b-b-back.
Rolly: Lucky, bro!
Lucky: I really missed you guys.
Cadpig: We missed you too.
Rolly: Yeah, nothing seemed the same without you.
Lucky: You know, being away made me realize just how important you guys are to me. Come one, everybody. Group hug!

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Bad to the Bone/Southern Fried Cruella (#1.5)" (1997)
Cadpig: Some cook. She's ordered out for all the food.
Rolly: I hope there's leftovers!
Lucky: This is no time to think with your stomach! We've got to expose her as a phony.
Cadpig: Maybe we should take out her take out.
Lucky: Huh. Maybe we *should* think with Rolly's stomach.
Rolly: Oh, papa! I think I like what you're thinking!

Lucky: We're gonna have a wonderful time. No pets, no parents. It'll be our vacation too.
Rolly: Yeah, Nanny will just keep busy watching over us, and we'll just kick back and eat and eat. And then, we'll eat. And then, after that... we'll eat.
Cadpig: I sense a theme.

Lucky: Go for it, Rolly!
Cadpig: Eat like the wind!
Rolly: I really love you guys!
Spot: Stand back! You might get sucked into the vortex!

[last lines]
Cruella de Vil: Come back. I can do real.
Lucky: See? Now that is a fun vacation.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Our Own Digs/Goose Pimples (#2.5)" (1997)
Cadpig: Well, that was quite a resolution!
Lucky: Shut up, Cadpig.

Cadpig: Lucky? Pug? I think we should define the problem, propose solutions, then choose an act. That will lead to a resolution.
Lucky: The problem is I seem to have a Pug on my collar.

Spot: Have you ever seen Lock Jaw?
Lt. Pug: Nobody's ever seen him... but I've heard him stomping through the night looking for his favorite dish: Chicken Veronica with a bed of marinated puppies.
Rolly: Is that served with a white sauce?
Lucky: Rolly!

Lt. Pug: Get the led out of your tails you lilly-livered, candy-butted mutts!
Cadpig: But we just hiked ten miles, sir.
Lucky: And that equals *seventy* in dog miles.
Spot: Uh, Lt. Pug, sir. We are all, and I speak without irony, dog tired.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Shipwrecked (#2.21)" (1997)
[first lines]
Anita Dearly: Oh, Roger. It's not exactly the most beautiful day for a cruise on the river.
Spot: A cruise?
Cadpig: Ah, fresh sea air.
Rolly: Midnight buffet.
Lucky: A chance to see river pirates.

Lucky: Well, gotta build me a shelter. Let's see, what are my resources? Hmm. Sand, sand, and MORE sand.

[last lines]
Lucky: Scorch, I couldn't have done it without you
Scorch: [mumbling] Put it there.
[Scorch offers a shake, then draws back and laughs]
Lucky: Uh. You better get that leak fixed or you might run out of hot air.

101 Dalmatians (1961)
Lucky: Mother, Dad! Patch pushed me in the fireplace.
Patch: Lucky pushed me first.
Lucky: Did not!
Patch: Did too!
Lucky: Did not!
Patch: Did too!
Lucky: Did not!
[Lucky sticks his tongue out at Patch]
Perdita: Please, children, don't quarrel.

Lucky: We gave them the slip!
Lucky: Didn't we, Dad?

Lucky: I'm tired, and I'm hungry. And my tail's froze. And my nose is froze. And my ears are froze. And my toes are froze.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Close But No Cigar/Invasion of the Doggy Snatchers (#2.18)" (1997)
Spot: You know how many people are maimed every year on merry-go-rounds?
Lucky: Uh... none?
Spot: Exactly! A tragedy is long overdue.

Spot: I think I froze my giblets!
Lucky: Hey, chill out!

Lucky: Oh, man. I can't wait to meet Thunderbolt.
Spot: I hear he dyes his muzzle.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: You Say It's Your Birthday (#2.12)" (1997)
Lucky: They're giving us away.
Cadpig: Throwing us out like day-old pizza!
Rolly: Nobody would do that, would they? Do a pizza on me?
Spot: They're tossing us out on our furry little butts! Wait a minute... I'm a *feather* butt. Maybe this doesn't include me.

Lucky: Well, Cadpig, it's the start of a whole new life.
Cadpig: Lucky, I'm conflicted. I can't tell if I'm suffering from abandonment issues or separation anxiety.
[her stomach makes weird noises]
Cadpig: ...or gas.

Rolly: What things could a chicken possibly want?
Lucky: Don't ask.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Oozy Does It/Barnboozled (#2.13)" (1997)
Lucky: Yuck! Pollution!
Cadpig: How can someone so callously violate nature's bathtub?
Rolly: Looks more like nature's toilet bowl.

Lucky: We gotta think of a way to stop them.
Rolly: We can flatten the tyres.
Lucky: Hmm... I know! We'll flatten the tyres!
Rolly: Hey!

[first lines]
Lucy: Alright. Where are they? I just know those brats are around here somewhere. Whenever there's a perfect day at *my* pond, they always come and spoil it. Well, they won't get past me this time.
Lucky: Canonball!
Cadpig: Yippee!

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Double Dog Dare/Mooove It on Over (#2.20)" (1997)
[first lines]
Spot: Oh, I don't know. B'gawk! This is bad.
Lucky: Aw, come on, Spot. This is gonna be a synch. I mean, what are ya?
Spot: Don't say it. Don't say it.

Lucky: Nice work, Capdig. I'm glad they're still communicating at 3:00 AM.

Cadpig: What's everybody fighting about?
Spot: We're just expressing our feelings!
Lucky: Yeah. We're being honest and frank.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Rolly's Egg-Celent Adventure/Wild Chick Chase (#1.9)" (1997)
Spot: [shouts] Waterfall!
Lucky: Who put a waterfall there?

Lucky: I really should be in the house, uh, chasing my tail.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: The High Price of Fame/The Great Cat Invasion (#1.7)" (1997)
Lucky: [to the TV] Are you all right? You had me so worried!

[first lines]
Spot: You want to make a tape of me? What for?
Cadpig: For the TV show, Stupendously Embarrassing Home Videos.
Rolly: Yeah. They pay big bucks for tapes of animals doing stunts.
Spot: What kind of stunts?
Lucky: You know, like the time you got sucked in by the sump pump and shot over the barn like a water rocket.
Mayor Ed Pig: Why don't you ever fly through the windmill again? That's a sure crowd pleaser.
Princess: Remember her with that roll of duct tape? I'm still laughing.
Lucky: Come on, Spot. Don't just stand there.
Spot: What? You think I'm gonna do something stupid just because you asked? I'm not a clown. I have my dignity.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Four Stories Up (#2.9)" (1997)
Lucky: ["Thunderbolt" has just been interrupted by Cruella's telethon] Who turned on the Sci-Fi Channel?

Lucky: Mom, can Cruella do this?
Perdy: Well, I'm afraid she can, Lucky. She owns the cable station.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: The Dogs of Devil/Dog's Best Friend (#1.10)" (1997)
Lucky: Rolly, didn't you have enough to eat?
Rolly: I did. I'm having a snack now.

Rolly: Does this mean there's no picnic?
Lucky: No picnic? She's taking her clothes! We might not have a family anymore!
Cadpig: I see a lot of therapy in our future.
[instantly perks up]
Cadpig: Won't it be great?

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Full Metal Pullet/Dough the Right Thing (#2.15)" (1997)
Spot: I know what you're thinking. They look better than we do, and it's the chicken's fault.
Lucky: At least you've got one thing right. We're supposed to walk the same, sound the same and look the same. We're supposed to be one big dog.
Cadpig: Well, we're close. We're one big dog and a chicken.

[last lines]
Anita Dearly: Roger. Here's the purse, right here. Oh, thank goodness.
Spot: We did it. We returned Anita's purse and saved the farm.
Lucky: [on a walkie-talkie] To think, we were gonna spend that money like it was ours. Over.
Rolly: [on a walkie-talkie] Roger that. It's just like posing as a security guard. Over.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Two Faces of Anita (#2.6)" (1997)
Lucky: We'll all be on TV! Which is my best side?
Spot: You're sitting on it.

[first lines]
Roger Dearly: We've gotta get this cake baked before Anita comes home from work. So what do you think, Roll'ster, German chocolate or cinnamon spice?
[Rolly barks]
Roger Dearly: Both, huh? Well, that's an idea. Yeah, maybe we could combine 'em and make one big German cinnamon chocolate spice cake.
Lucky: Why are we baking her a cake now? She hasn't won the Designer of the Year award yet. She's only been nominated.
Cadpig: It is an honor just to be nominated. Of course, winning adds in the joy of rubbing everybody's nose in it.
Spot: Well, win or lose, Anita's really going to love this cake. I just hope Cruella doesn't keep her working all night.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Valentine Daze (#2.17)" (1997)
Cadpig: Cut to the chase. We're doing it to save your butt.
Lucky: I can live with that.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Every Little Crooked Nanny/Cone Head (#2.42)" (1998)
Lucky: Now's our chance to expose her.
Cadpig: Normally, I'm against unprovoked violence, but in this case... TRASH HER!

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Howl Noon/Easy on the Lies (#1.3)" (1997)
Lucky: No. You can't quit now, just when things are starting to go great.
Rolly: Great? There is nothing on me that doesn't hurt.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Artist Formerly Known as Spot/Nose Knows (#2.37)" (1997)
Lucky: We're safe.
Cadpig: Interesting word choice. I would have gone with "about to die".