* AccidentalInnuendo: The lyrics for "Tickle it Out" is about tickling a cow to get milk out.
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation:
** Mr. Stubborn when he was trying to sell his car to Mr. Persnickety. Was he really just stubborn, or was he trying to scheme the buyer?
** Miss Whoops with her causing accidents. Are they just simply accidents, or is [[https://pimmy.deviantart.com/art/Just-an-Accident-99492722 she doing them on purpose?]]
** Similar to Miss Whoops, is Miss Helpful just oblivious or she knows that she causes destruction? This is because in "Inventions", she runs off quickly once Miss Calamity starts having chaos in her house after Mr. Lazy uses the remote, implying she wanted to cause trouble for Miss Calamity.
* AwesomeMusic: The theme song.
* BaseBreakingCharacter: Because of how the show is done with different character traits, many fans will have different opinions on the many characters.
** Mr. Rude has gotten this treatment from the fanbase. He's either liked for having some of the funniest lines, or disliked for being a [[FlatCharacter soulless]] [[FrenchJerk French]] [[EthnicScrappy stereotype]] whose entire schick is [[{{Gasshole}} fart]] [[ToiletHumour jokes]].
** Characters like Miss Naughty and Miss Scary can be either seen as characters who make the show enjoyable from being dull, or characters who don't get any comeuppance for their ruthless actions.
** Mr. Funny not being able to speak, contrast to his book counterpart, which some fans were turned off as they would've liked hear him speak. Though there's some that think it's probably a good thing he didn't, as it would've clashed with Mr. Scatterbrain (Mark Risley stated this was the reason they changed him).
* BetterOnDVD: The series is better on DVD, as the footage is in 16:9, compare to how it's shown on television. This is also the case with the British version, which aside from what the American version has to offer, doesn't have the audio high pitched and contains the missing segments!
* BrokenBase:
** The redesigns of the characters are either good or bad, depending on your view.
*** Mr. Nosy's is one of these that fans tend to polarize. Some dislike the new look, as it the old design helps portray the character for his traits. But there's some that like the new look, as it's more friendlier looking (considering the original made it look like something else).
** The voices for the British and American versions can be like this. British viewers might find the American voices annoying, while American viewers can found the British voices bland.
* CultClassic: The show still has a sizeable fandom almost a decade after it completed its run.
* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: The show can be seen as this to some, as many of the characters who are oblivious (or downright jerks) harm others who might have not deserve this (Mr. Bump suffering the most during the second season)
* DesignatedMonkey: Mr. Bump tends to suffer this a lot, especially in the second season. Although it's [[MeaningfulName clearly in his name]], some fans tend to dislike this.
* EarWorm: Quite a lot of the songs, especially ThatOneSong that gets stuck in your head.
* EnsembleDarkhorse:
** There are quite a few fans who admit that they enjoy both Mr. Stubborn and Miss Daredevil.
** Miss Calamity, despite her only appearing in the show's initial first season is loved by many.
** Even the second season characters have a bit of love by fans afterwards.
* EpilepticTrees:
** Whether Mr. Bump ''actually died'' by being impaled by a clock hand in [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E30Clocks Clocks]]. This single theory lead to a '''[[UpToEleven whole edit war]]''' on Mr. Men Wiki, with no only one person putting their version and the administrator's version, but some people trying to '''''lock the entire page'''''.
** What happened to Mr. Noisy if he was still a whale after Travel, as he didn't appear after that episode (aside from a voiceover). Though the graphic novels reveals that he turned back to his normal self.
** Miss Calamity's absence, as some fans speculated that she may've died after the first season. Though like with Mr. Noisy, the comics revealed that she still exists.
* FridgeBrilliance: In "Flying", Mr. Grumpy says that he started working as a flight attendant 30 years ago. 30 years before the episode premiered was 1978, when Mr. Grumpy's book was released.
* HilariousInHindsight:
** When the show first came out, various fans of both this and [[WesternAnimation/ThomastheTankEngine Thomas & Friends]] did parody clips depicting several Thomas characters as the Mr. Men and Little Misses. A year later, some of the UK and Israeli voices from the show would play characters for Thomas. (Though Mr. Tickle and Stubborn's VA for the Hebrew dub already voiced Thomas in Magic Railroad)
** Speaking of Thomas, Mr. Fussy's catchphrase "Sweet Henrietta!" become more funny since Rob Rackstraw voices Toby, who owns a carriage named Henrietta.
** A minor example: in "Sand and Surf", Miss Whoops is depicted with blue hair. Her Japanese voice actress would later play Professor Sycamore's assistant Sophi from the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, who has blue hair and glasses.
** Mr. Fussy saying he doesn't believe in ghosts is funny as his voice actor will go on to voice [[Anime/YoKaiWatch a ghost]].
* ItsPopularNowItSucks: The songs "Dinosaurs on the Loose" and "Tickle it Out" can be like this in season 2, due to the songs being overused.
* ItsShortSoItSucks: A lot of fans who like the show were disappointed that it didn't last that long.
* MemeticMolester: Mr. Tickle comes as close as a character can for a lighthearted kids' show.
* MisaimedMarketing: The recent UK DVD releases are misleading with the covers, using the original series look. This can mislead some fans, as both series are different from each other. Not to mention, some characters on the covers don't look like they are in the actual show. May also count as TooGoodToLast.
* PeripheryDemographic: The show is viewed by teens and adults, either because they're fans of the books or grew up withe show when they're younger, or just because they spotted the show when it aired on Cartoon Network or Milkshake.
* TheScrappy: The season 2 characters, typically Miss Curious and Mr. Funny, aren't well-liked as they are considered annoying and/or bland by viewers. Though most of the complaints were from fans who liked their original counterparts/looks.
* SeasonalRot: The second season is considered weaker than the first for several reasons:
** Miss Calamity being absent due to ExecutiveMeddling.
** The new characters having less screentime.
** The shorts being reduced and making them longer, though it depends on which episodes.
* SpecialEffectFailure: The Miss Calamity statue, as it's an edited photo of a figure of the character.
* {{Squick}}: Mr. Messy has some rather revolting habits, especially to a NeatFreak like Mr. Persnickety/Fussy.
* TearJerker: It may have been brief, but in the episode [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E49Surprises Surprises]], when after she's told by Miss Helpful that there was going to be a surprise party for her, when she sees the chaos her home is in, Miss Sunshine looked heartbroken and hurt, almost to the point of tears. That may have been a brief moment, but you can't help but feel sorry for Miss Sunshine here.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Mr. Tall and Little Miss Curious. For most of Season 2, they were relegated to nothing more than cameos, and even their speaking appearances had little to no bearing on the plots of the sketches they appeared in. Mr. Tall would've had great plots concerning his height, and Little Miss Curious could start one off with a question. Alas, it was not to be.
* ToyShip: Despite the series aimed for young children, at one point, it seems, during Season 2, that the writers and animators were teasing of hints of Mr. Grumpy with Miss Chatterbox for some odd reason.
* UncannyValley: The Miss Calamity statue from "Trees", as it looks realistic compare to the rest of the show.
* ValuesDissonance: The show portraying some of the male characters suffering abuse while the women who are oblivious (or just don't care) don't get consequences can be seen as a negative light. This is even worse after Season 2 when Miss Calamity, one of the few female characters who knows her actions gets booted off and most of her traits absorbed to Mr. Bump, making fans to sympathize the latter for all the crap he dealt with in the season. Despite the show playing this for laughs, this would not fly by with recent events where men are treated badly as reserve discrimination.
** This ended being a LaserGuidedKarma to Chorion for the changes, which they filed for bankruptcy after the show ended.
* ViewerGenderConfusion: Little Miss Scary, due to her deep, boyish voice and spiky hair.
* TheWoobie: Mr Bump. He has Miss Whoops for a sister. We'd hate to be him. And in some cases, this trope can expand to Mr Quiet. Miss Calamity, until her disappearance in season 2, was also part of this trope.
** However, since some people are amused by how Mr. Bump gets repeatedly harmed, you could describe him as TheChewToy. Miss Calamity fitted this trope, too.
** Mr. Happy is also considered one. There are some fans who feel sorry for him. While the Chew Toys/Butt Monkeys always express how they feel and get back on their feet, Mr. Happy has to hide his other emotions behind a smile and suffer in silence.
** Mr. Nervous. He's practically scared of life itself!
** Mr. Quiet - the poor dude is just looking for some peace and quiet but ends up being walked over by others or dragged into their mess.
** Miss Sunshine in the ''Surprise'' skit (even if it was for a moment).