* EnsembleDarkhorse: While all the Inners are quite popular, Donny, Scott and James are beloved by the fandom, despite having only one appearance to each of their names.
* FridgeBrilliance: Why does Lucas seem to have aspects of children of different ages? He's Kinley's inner ''child'', not Kinley's inner ''specific-age child''- it stands to reason that he'd occasionally act like he's different ages.
* ItsPopularNowItSucks: Debated and averted, especially during the ''Let Me In'' review - to Dave, [[LowestCommonDenominator anyone]] who'd go see an American remake of ''Let The Right One In'' is ''way'' behind the curve.
--> "I loved that movie before you even heard of Sweden".
* LoveItOrHateIt: The show may be based on that, different opinions and all, but very few things are able to polarize the Inners like Creator/NicolasCage.
-->'''Ringo''': I love Nic Cage!
-->'''Phillip''': I hate Nic Cage!
-->'''Ringo''': How could you ''possibly'' hate Nic Cage?
-->'''Phillip''': There's a better question here somewhere, and I think it's "how could you ''like'' Nic Cage?"
-->'''Ringo''': Quite easily, thanks for asking.
* MST3KMantra: Ringo takes a fair bit of solace in the knowledge not every movie was supposed to end up in the Criterion Collection. This is what enables him to enjoy ''Film/HotTubTimeMachine''.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotDidactic: Dave the Inner Hipster loves to make a case for misbegotten works being purposefully "ironic". It usually [[AnalogyBackfire doesn't go well for him]].