Don’t get us wrong, we like Rolly a whole lot. He provides some of the best comedic moments in the rather serious adventure that is One Hundred and One Dalmatians. But let’s get one thing straight: Rolly just don’t care about much except grubbing. Rolly is a pragmatist, a gourmand, and possibly the most relatable dalmatian.
Case in point: the whole family is sitting together watching Thunderbolt on the telly, spending some quality time.
And then there’s Rolly, saying what we’re all thinking when we’re chilling out, watching TV…
And little pup doesn’t back down when his mom reminds him that he just had his dinner. No, because Rolly don’t care.
Later when *SPOILER ALERT* the puppies are kidnapped by Horace and Jasper, Rolly again, simply does not care.
What kidnappers? What TV? All Rolly wants is a sandwich!
Was that your sandwich? Doesn’t matter to Rolly, because Rolly just does not care.
Rolly is also the puppy most likely to foil the big escape. 98 dalmatian puppies get through the hole in the wall, but not Rolly.
Which of course leads to this:
This little guy almost gets the whole bunch caught, but do you think it bothers Rolly? No, because Rolly don’t care. In fact, fast forward a little bit to when **ANOTHER SPOILER ALERT** the puppies are reunited with their parents. Everyone is celebrating excitedly… and then there’s Rolly.
Think about something else for a second, will you, Rolly?
Later, when the dalmatians are back on the run, who do you think almost gets them caught again?
Rolly. And much later when the pups are all in disguise as labradors, who do you think forgot something?
Rolly, that’s who. And you know why? Because Rolly. Don’t. Care.