Art Shift: The "It's..." series (so far including "It's Aladdin!", "It's Cake, Boss!" and "It's Super Mario!") has noticeably worse art in comparison to the standard fare videos that are posted on the channel.
Disproportionate Retribution: Zulway, God of Mercy's judgements always involve mercilessly exploding the perpetrator, no matter the offense. Such offenses include disagreeing with Zulway on which ice cream flavor is best.
Eagle Land: "Detective Heart of America" exists to parody this.
Mystery of the Missing Emerald Necklace, aside from being the only part of the Westington Manor trilogy where the elephant detective does not die, ends with the mystery being solved and the culprit finally being caught and arrested, abeit in the most anticlimatic way imaginable.
The Hedonist: Both of the Marshmallow People. Becomes a plot point in the second video when they realize that nothing they do fulfills them, and they try to make up for everything they've done.
Possibly the first they ever did is at the end of Detective Mittens. Early cartoons in general had little to no harsh language.
Reality Ensues: In "A Serious Business Meeting", Johnson breaks into song about how Tom's advertising proposal is "totally gay". Johnson is promptly fired.
Scream Discretion Shot: In "Bino the Elephant", when the flower from hell is crawling up Bino's urethra. We instead see Dr. Z listening to Bino's screams via their communicators.
Soundtrack Dissonance: Bino the Elephant's title theme, aside from being ridiculously catchy for a song that plays over a video of an elephant being dropped into hell, features a sound clip of children cheering at 3 moments which coincide with when Bino gets trapped in hell, Bino catching fire, and Bino being impaled on spikes.
Stylistic Suck: The "Detective Heart of America" videos have shades of this.
The charlie teh unicron series when compared to Charlie the Unicorn.
Steele made an entire cartoon attacking Chris Brown; it even used some of the man's own words against him.
People expected his John McCain cartoon to be this, but it turned out to just be a nonsentical, surreal toon that happened to star the politician. In the Filmcow DVD commentary, Jason Steele even emphasized that the cartoon wasn't supposed to have any political agenda or message; he just liked how McCain always said "my friends" and thought it would be funny to base a cartoon off of that quirk.
charlie teh unicron a rather crudely drawn and animated Charlie the Unicorn pastiche, was most likely aimed at people who kept requesting new episodes of the latter.
The Mystery of the Missing Silver Pendant is one against George Zimmerman.
Unfortunate Implications: invoked In "It's Super Mario!", Toad points out the racism in Mario's rather poor imitation of an Italian, comparing it to "putting on a bad Chinese accent and yelling 'fried rice' a bunch." Then...
Mario: Mario can do Chinese! Toad:No, no, please don't - (Mario turns into a more "Chinese" version of himself) Chinese!Mario: It's-a-me, Mari-roh! Toad: God, no...
Visual Pun: The Mystery of the the Missing Emerald Necklace has the culprit immediately surrendering to the elephant detective, and then they just stand there silently and awkwardly as they wait for the police to arrive. The obvious question would be why the culprit would steal all those treasures and then give up, but it's not mentioned because they're not talking about the elephant in the room.
The Missing Emerald Necklace shocking swerves itself by having the culprit reveal himself and turn himself in immediately, and the rest of the skit is the detective and culprit awkwardly standing around as they wait for the police to arive.
George. The poor guy just wants to eat some eggs, but he is constantly dragged into confrontations between his wife and various strange creatures.
Angela from the "Horse Man" series. She's a dear who receives constant criticism and insult from everyone, Horse Man repeatedly forces her to cancel her own activities to participate his own, and often runs off in tears by the end.