Rolly's desire for ice cream gets him captured by P.H. De Vil, who wants him to try out his new ice cream with helium inside. However, the helium eventually takes effect on Rolly and inflates him into a balloon.
- If helium had been inhaled by an individual, it would have altered the voice pitch (possibly like a chipmunk), but it doesn't affect Rolly's voice in the episode.
- "Food for Thought" is the one episode with religious references, as Cadpig mentions gluttony as one of the "seven deadly sins" and threatens to violate the other six on Rolly. Unfortunately, this includes one sin that may not be family-appropriate.
- Also, besides gluttony (one deadly sin), Rolly would have committed another (greed).
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