When one of Dante's predictions comes true, he starts taking risks and puts himself in danger.
Dante, the ever dramatic brother, continues to claim that the end is nigh or that danger is afoot. However, his predictions always turn out to be wrong, and so Dylan and Dolly always tease him about it. Because of this, Dante becomes depressed and the siblings try to make him happy. Meanwhile, Hunter finally gets out of the shipping cargo to be greeted by one of Cruella's henchmen. Having been encased for six months since the events of "London, We Have a Problem", Hunter has picked up some dog-like behavior and has to constantly be swatted back into remembering he is a human. Angered and enraged over being outwitted by the Dalmatian family, Hunter once again plans to exact his revenge with the help of his hairless cat Cuddles.
Dylan and Dolly eventually realize that in order for Dante to be happy, they decide to make some of his predictions come true. The plan works and Dante becomes happy again. Dante suddenly spots Cuddles and once again announces that Hunter is back and is after them. Dylan finally gets fed up and tells him that Hunter is not back, only to be proven wrong when Hunter shows up with a net gun to capture the puppies. All the puppies begin to panic, except for Dante who cannot stop smiling over being proven right and in his estactic state willingly gives himself up to Hunter.
As Hunter calls for the rest of the Dalmatians to give themselves up, Dante suddenly realises the situation he's got himself into and panics, begging for Hunter to let him go. Hunter responds to Dante, saying not to make him laugh even more. It is then that Dante realises that Hunter understands Canine now. Dylan and Dolly leave the house to face off with Cuddles and Hunter, respectively. As they do so they call for Doug and Delilah, who come rushing home. Dylan grabs a stick to defend himself, only for Hunter to grab it in his mouth like a dog. Realising what is happening, Dylan uses this to trap Hunter in a trash can with Cuddles. The Dalmatians then use a net gun to trap them and kick them down the street. Doug and Delilah arrive home and Dylan admits that he was wrong to doubt Dante, but Doug assures them that things worked out okay; however, Dante warns that Hunter will be back.
- Josh Brener as Dylan
- Michaela Dietz as Dolly
- Kyle Soller as Dante
- Rhashan Stone as Doug
- Ella Kenion as Delilah
- Rhys Issac-Jones as Dawkins
- Lauren Lindsey Donzis as Destiny and Déjà Vu
- Abigail Zoe Lewis as Dallas
- Nikhil Parmar as Deepak
- Nefeli Karakosta as Dizzy
- Florrie Wilkinson as Dee Dee
- Jack Binstead as Delgado
- Margot Powell as Dorothy
- Rocco Wright as the Dimitri Trio
- Joshua LeClair as Hunter De Vil
- The title is a reference to the famous book of the same name from Dante Alighieri as part of his famous trilogy The Divine Comedy.
- This episode is set six months after "London, We Have a Problem".
- Hunter is revealed to now have mannerisms similar to a dog, most likely from being trapped in a shipment container with dog toys and food.
- Hunter is revealed to be able to understand animal language. Whether he was able to do so before or after being trapped in the shipment container is yet unknown.