* AlienScrappy: Deputy Fuzz. Actually, the Prairie People are a whole ''race'' of alien scrappies.
* EarWorm:
** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaMo4k7iG7s theme song]] certainly qualifies.
** The songs in "New Texas Blues", though one may wish they didn't.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Thirty-Thirty.
** On the villain side, Thunderstick.
* NightmareFuel: Stampede and his dragon-bull army in the movie.
** "The Price" has some legitimately disturbing moments, such as the anguished screams and struggles of spin-addicted miners, or Jay's downward spiral.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: Drops all subtlety and kid-friendliness and flat out says how far the dangers of drug abuse can go in "The Price".
* TearJerker:
** "The Price", for some.
** From "Fallen Idol":
--->[[spoiler:'''Bravestarr''': How could you do this? You were my hero.]]
--->[[spoiler:'''Jingles Morgan''': I never asked to be your hero.]]
--->[[spoiler:''Jingles is led away while Bravestarr looks devastated. Then...'']]
--->[[spoiler:'''Fuzz''':[[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming You're still my hero, Bravestarr.]]]]
* UglyCute: The prairie people can fall under this at times when they're not fulfilling their AlienScrappy status. Even Outlaw Scuzz has his moments where he looks downright cuddly.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: It's a terrible pity that the Creator/{{Filmation}} version of ''Sherlock Holmes In the 23rd Century'' never got produced. The two-episode pilot that got [[PoorlyDisguisedPilot folded into]] ''Bravestarr'' is wonderful, much cooler than {{Dic}}'s version that [[WesternAnimation/SherlockHolmesInTheTwentySecondCentury finally did get made]].
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