Cadpig and Mooch fall in love, although Cadpig's only aim is to persuade him not to fight in a wrestling match against El Diablo. However, despite Cadpig's controlling of him, Lucky, Rolly, and Spot want Mooch to fight in order to win the match, and attempt to help him get up to shape for the fight.
- The title of this episode is a likely homage to the musical My Fair Lady, based on the play Pygmalion.
- Interestingly, this is the second time that writer Mirith J. Calao uses the "My Fair..." line as an episode title in 101 Dalmatians: The Series, the first being in "My Fair Chicken".
- The scene where Cadpig has pasta with Mooch, with the two kissing from it, is based on the iconic scene from the Disney film Lady and the Tramp.
- Lucky's attire for the games that he and Rolly set up for Mooch show a pin of him as a "Boardwalk 'Barker'".