* EarWorm: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1nunj-tVdE The opening theme.]]
* EsotericHappyEnding: Tony gives up what was practically his dream job (as a college baseball coach) because Angela was unhappy in the small college town Tony coached in, practically hitting the ResetButton.
* HilariousInHindsight: In the episode where Jonathan's first girlfriend gets a crush on Tony, he utters the line "I never want anything to do with girls again". Cute then, but it becomes utterly hilarious since Danny Pintauro came out.
** Similarly, the episode where Jonathan is a ballboy and is distracted enough by two girls for him to pick up a fair ball is quite funny due to that fact.
** One time, Tony invited Sam's English professor over under the pretense of authenticating an autographed copy of ''Literature/JaneEyre''. The autograph is a forgery performed by Tony himself and not done very well. ("Bronte does not spell her name with a 'y'.") Given that Tony Danza would later teach an English class in real life, it's unlikely he'd make this mistake himself.
* ShippingBedDeath: Though by the time Tony and Angela got together, this was more a symptom of the show's demise than a contributing factor.
* TestosteroneBrigade: Coaelesced firmly around Creator/AlyssaMilano.
* ValuesDissonance: These days the show's very title comes off as absurd; Tony is Angela's employee and their genders have nothing to do with it. This was mocked in ''{{Series/Community}}'' when a professor devotes his career to analyzing the titular question, only for Abed to deflate him with a lengthy lecture about why Angela was unquestionably the boss.
** And on the ''{{Series/Roundhouse}}'' episode "TV On Trial", where the answer to [[UnresolvedSexualTension "the question America has been asking for nine torturous years"]] [[BaitAndSwitch is actually an argument between Tony and Angela]] (played by David Sidoni and Shawn Daywalt) over who is the boss.