* AnimationAgeGhetto: Can you believe that reruns of this used to air on '''Creator/CartoonNetwork''' (''long'' before the advent of the similarly themed Creator/AdultSwim block, to boot)? At least it aired ''very'' late/extremely early morning along with reruns of ''WesternAnimation/TheGaryColemanShow''.
* ValuesDissonance: To an extent, Cartoon Network's sibling channel, Boomerang. The content of ''Wait Till Your Father Gets Home'' should easily garner it a TV-PG rating (it would have if Cartoon Network aired it, especially these days, where you have shows like ''RegularShow'' and ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' airing proudly with a TV-PG rating), but when Boomerang last screened it, a "TV-Y7" rating was given. Back in the early 1970s, it (much as ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' was in its early days) was criticized for being a cartoon [animation has long been a medium allegedly meant for children] with adult content.
** Having said this, it should be noted that the show was originally designed for and for the most part aired in the new 7:30 family slot.
** Some of the show's handling of feminism (especially the episode where Irma gets a job at a law firm and the younger, prettier secretary is treated better than the older, plainer Irma), and population control ("Expectant Papa") would be either this or ValuesResonance.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: This show is best described as ''All in the Family'': The Animated Series. Too bad most people at the time saw cartoons as being kiddie fare (which ''is'' true in a lot of cases, but in this case, it wasn't). It wouldn't be until ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' came along in the late 1980s for people to see the light.