* ActorShipping: The imagination of avid fans ran wild in pairing Ashley Clements (Lizzie) and Daniel Vincent Gordh (William Darcy), even though the two told them mildly that they didn't wish it. As if that ever stopped crazed fangirls and fanboys.
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation:
** Lizzie : [[ManipulativeBastard a manipulative vlogger]] who retorts to SlutShaming against her little sister, publishes [[FalseFriend everyone's private life]] on the internet and [[AggressiveCategorism judges everyone]] harshly or a StepfordSnarker who needs to snark on the internet to bear the fact that her mother is a misogynist, that most of her neighbors are snobs or materialists and that her financal situation and future are uncertain, and who [[AngerBornOfWorry snaps out of anger]] that her sisters's lives are going completely out of control, because they are preparing themselves to live as someone's trophy wife instead of trying to be individuals like she is?
*** Lizzie herself thinks sexism has nothing to do with her mother's behavior and that if she had a brother her mother would be just as keen to set him up.
*** Lizzie's mother is still outrageously inappropriate and sabotages her daughters' relationships with her zeal. Even if that isn't born of sexism, it's still a hell of a thing to have to deal with.
** Lydia: Egotist and talented DramaQueen who manipulates everyone and annoys her sisters or [[AloofBigBrother neglected young]] [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter girl desperately]] trying to reach to everyone while trying to make her great talent recognized?
** Caroline Lee: A [[AristocratsAreEvil mean and haughty girl]] who Charlotte and Lizzie criticized realistically for joining William Darcy in his crusade against the world... or a [[SpoiledSweet naive and brutally honest spoiled girl]] who at least is not a {{Hypocrite}} about how she likes money, becomes the pawn of two manipulative vloggers and has a crush on a childhood friend which people find annoying because she sees right through his behavior?
* BrokenBase:
** Ricky Collins.
--->'''Commentator n 1''': Oh My God, [[HateSink this guy is too much]]. Lizzy, run from that guy, run fast... (...) I totally get you, I can't stand guys like that.
--->'''Commentator n 2''': Mr. Collins is so [[{{Adorkable}} geekily adorable]] :) "[[GeekyTurnOn it would excite me greatly if I could see your analytics]]" Oh me! Oh my! Precious!
** Episode 42 divided fans into two groups: those who sympathised with Charlotte, and others who took Lizzie's side.
** The same thing happened again in episode 73, but with Lizzie and Lydia this time. "Team Lizzie" members tended to be elder sisters who have had similar experiences and/or readers of the original book; "Team Lydia" was mainly made up of younger sisters and they often hadn't read P&P (and therefore were less likely to know the ForegoneConclusion and hadn't encountered the more annoying version of Lydia).
** Episode 87 divided the fanbase between "Team Lizzie" and "Team Lydia" again. On the one hand, Lydia is claimed to have had public sexual contact with a boy whose name she couldn't remember at Carter's. The same Lydia who always wanted money and fame and was mesmerized by George Wickham. On the other hand, it could be argued that Lizzie treated Lydia horribly. She leaves her job shadowing gig with the express purpose of going home to berate Lydia without bothering to find out Lydia's side of the story. Which it turns out Lydia didn't even know about the website so it became a real [[WhatTheHellHero awful]] moment
** The entire "Lydia and Wickham" arc fits as many fans were not happy at how the arc played out, Lizzie's remarks to Lydia, or even using idea of using the sex tape in lieu of Lydia eloping with Wickham.
* CrackShip: Lizzie Bennet/Caroline Lee, Charlotte Lu/Caroline Lee, Lydia Bennet/Ricky Collins
** There is a George Wickham/Caroline Lee fanfic, it is actually pretty non-cracky though it was canon-balled by later episodes.
** In a lot of the later Lydia Bennet videos and during the [[spoiler: sex tape]] arc a lot of the commenters said that they ship George Wickham/a pool of hungry sharks or George Wickham's face/William Darcy's fist
* DoubleStandard: Releasing [[spoiler:the sex tape]] is gonna ruin Lydia's reputation and even eventual career, not Wickham's. Probably TruthInTelevision. The website doesn't even have George's name on it.
* EnsembleDarkhorse:
** Lydia, of all characters. As far as the original novel go, she has no fans whatsoever. In the webseries, she was adored.
** In Lydia's spin-off, Mary seems to receive a comparable treatment.
** Charlotte has a huge fanbase. [[WordOfGod Bernie Su]], one of the head writers of the show, calls it [[http://berniesu.tumblr.com/post/24285172336/lizzie-bennet-bts-the-yay-charlotte-effect#note-container "The YAY CHARLOTTE effect."]]
** Maria Lu was well-like in her spin-off. She's a cutie and such an adorable fangirl. However, there were also voices heard that she's quite unnecessary and that her story-line didn't have any deep meaning.
** Lydia's cat, [[https://twitter.com/thekittybennet The Kitty Bennet]] has over 3600 followers. The Internet ''does'' run solely on cute cats.
** Fitz has appeared for just one episode and immediately became a fan favourite. In the novel, he shows up just once as Darcy's friend. Here he ships Darcy and Lizzie. Male match-maker? That is rare in fictionland.
** [[ShipperOnDeck Gigi's]] no nonsense approach to shipping made her nearly universally loved by the fandom, though some fans miss gentle, sweet and timid Miss Darcy of the book.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim:
** Bing Lee according to the straight men who watch the videos.
** George Wickham got "even guys want him" treatment as well, but to a lesser extent. [[spoiler: Numerous comments from men watching the videos proclaimed him the quintessence of every BrainlessBeauty, JerkJock [[TheBully bully]] ever on this earth, which is a nice result when aware of the source material.]]
** Strangely averted with the very attractive Mr. Darcy, who apparently did not create such a reaction on men viewers, though he was just as praised as the others for his personality and physical appearance. [[FridgeLogic Then again, they may simply have decided not to mention it again, after being hit by it already twice]].
* {{Fanon}}: Many commenters [[WildMassGuessing speculate that]] Lydia slept with Hank to get to Vid Con. (Specifically, she [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall winked at the camera]] after saying she "had friends in high places.") Later she got her own video blog, which makes you wonder...
* FlameWar: Episode 41's first fits of comments went very much near this. It desserves a special mention, as the fandom is usually polite and understanding, and the top comments in other videos often contain compromises, and, once, two people apologizing for getting too far in an argument and someone congratulating them.
* FountainOfMemes:
** Lots of LBD-related gifs are centered on Lydia's moments.
** William Darcy (or rather, [[TheGhost the girls' interpretation of him]]) provokes this very, very often. Charlotte!Caroline's "fake-texting" and Jane!Darcy's "it's super-important" was particularly well-liked.
* FridgeLogic: Isn't there any legal way for Lydia and her family to prevent Wickham from [[spoiler:publishing the sex tape]]? It's not like she's given him a written permission to distribute it, or something. Of course, money is probably an issue (so they can't take it to the court) and that's what [[spoiler:Darcy]] might be for. But the thing is, in the book they were really at Wickham's mercy and had to bribe him into marrying Lydia, and here the law is on their side. Why didn't they just involve police? They could find Wickham just fine.
* GrowTheBeard:
** Averted for lots of fans who likes the series, their ideas and general tone right from the scratch.
** Between episode 20 and episode 27, for many viewers.
** The DramaBomb of Episode 42 really demonstrated the creators' willingness to pull no punches. Career versus studies? Money issues? -- Yes, please.
* HarsherInHindsight: In episode 69, Lydia claimed that she is "an excellent judge of character, unlike [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter Lizzie]]". This was before she started dating George Wickham.
* [[HeReallyCanAct She Really Can Act]]:
** Lizzie (Ashley Clements) and Charlotte (Julia Cho) were never considered bad actors but they both really shone in Episode 41.
** Creator/MaryKateWiles was always considered an awesome actress, but the [[spoiler: abuse storyline]] and the way she and [[spoiler: Wes Anderhold]] handled it gave them a new kind of credibility as actors and characters for the fandom and was praised countless times.
* LoveToHate: George Wickham became universally ''loathed'' when he started [[spoiler:appearing on Lydia's videos.]]
* MagnificentBastard:
** Lydia. Just watch episode 37, and everything she does for her sisters. Is she ever thanked? Nope!
** Lizzie is one also.
* MisaimedFandom: There seems to be a portion of the fandom that thinks Lydia and George are sweet together.
* MoralEventHorizon: [[spoiler:Just in case you had any delusions about George being a JerkWithAHeartOfGold... on the video in which Lydia announces to the world how much she loves him, Wickham posted a link to a website that allows you to preorder the Lydia Bennet sex tape. Which releases on Valentine's Day.]]
** [[spoiler: FridgeHorror: Which makes you think, what if he had attempted to do something similar to Gigi had Darcy had not found out about them in time? It could have been Gigi.]]
* {{Narm}}: Mary Kate Wiles is arguably [[SheReallyCanAct one of the best actresses in this show]], but her reaction to the revelation that [[spoiler:Wickham's going to publish their sex tape]] in Episode 85 is so overtly dramatic, that may come out as just plain funny to some.
* OneTruePairing:
** Comments on Episode 28 include declaring Jane and Bing as the OTP.
** An alarming number ship Charlotte and Ricky. A few may be emigrants from the novel fandom, where Mr. Collins' proposal ''did'' involve getting down on one knee. It doesn't help that Charlotte only calls him ''Mr.'' Collins, and gets flustered and is unable to reply when Maria Lu asks her why she doesn't call him by his first name like everyone else.
** In-universe: Gigi sees Lizzie and Darcy as her OTP.
* PanderingToTheBase: Starting after episode 43, with the introduction of [[AudienceSurrogate Maria Lu]] and [[MrFanservice George]] [[MysteriousPast Wickham]], and happily, it isn't going to stop soon!
* PortmanteauCoupleName:
** Fans have embraced "Dizzie" (Darcy/Lizzie).
** "Lyckham" for Lydia/Wickham pairing.
* TheWoobie:
** Jane. It was hard to watch such a sweet young woman being heart-broken. Episode 48.
** Gigi Darcy. Wickham treated her ''appallingly''. [[spoiler:They lived together for a while, but he was just with her for her money/flat/free food etc.]]
** Lydia, particularly [[spoiler:after she starts dating Wickham.]]
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