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  • In Like No Other Boy, Chris thinks of Gloria Beaman as Cruella de Vil as an attorney.

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  • The Big Bang Theory: In "The Bat Jar Conjecture", Howard says that Raj's evil laugh sounds like "a thin woman who wants to make a coat out of puppies".
  • Castle: In "Vampire Weekend", at Castle's Halloween party, his mother Martha Rodgers is dressed as Cruella de Vil.
  • Once Upon a Time: Cruella de Vil appears as a recurring character starting in Season 4. In addition, Archie has a Dalmatian named Pongo.
  • Saturday Night Live: A TV Funhouse sketch spoofing the "Disney Vault" features a scene from a fake direct-to-video sequel, 101 Felations.
  • Stargate Atlantis: In "Critical Mass", when the SGC learn that a bomb has been planted in Atlantis that will activate if Atlantis dials Earth, Doctor Bill Lee proposes that they contact Atlantis by transmitting messages from Earth to another planet to the Earth spaceship Daedalus to Atlantis, which he initially compares to the Twilight Bark before he adjusts the comparison to the fires of Rohan when nobody knows what Lee is talking about (The Lord of the Rings).

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Western Animation

  • Courage the Cowardly Dog: At the beginning of "Angry Nasty People", the Bagges walk out of a movie theater showing 1001 Dilmatians.
  • Evil Con Carne: In "The Mother of All Evils", Ghastly invents 101 Dalmatian bombs, which explode when you pet them.
  • MAD: The sketch "2012 Dalmatians" is a mash-up of this film and 2012.
  • Mickey Mouse (2013): In "You, Me, and Fifi", Pongo is among the Disney dogs that Goofy plays poker with when Mickey calls him.
  • Robot Chicken: Both "Papercut to Aorta" and "Yogurt in a Bag" feature parody sketches that explore the downsides of having so many puppies.
  • The Simpsons: The episode "Two Dozen and One Greyhounds" is a parody of this film. In addition, Mr. Burns has a maid resembling Nanny.
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  • Tiny Toon Adventures: In the episode, "Sepulveda Boulevard", Elmyra writes a script for a "Cutesy-toon" called 101 Cuddly Puppies Meet Princess Pretty Girl.

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