* FridgeBrilliance -- [[http://www.kevinandkell.com/2001/kk1026.html This]] strip reminds us that scrolling (as in webpages) was named after the paper scroll.
* FridgeHorror:
** The fact that hunting, killing, and eating other sentient beings is ''routine'' in this world is regarded as ordinary and acceptable. Starting in 2010, Kell herself runs a company dedicated to doing this as efficiently and widely as possible. On its face, this ''should'' be a horror worse than the Holocaust. The strip plays all of this for light comedy.
** Not to mention that it's perfectly acceptable for a CEO to be eaten alive by anyone who wants to succeed the position. And it is in fact the ''normal'' way of doing things, to the extent that letting a defeated foe ''live'' is unheard of. Furthermore, older strips joke about workers being "fired" actually being killed and Kell is unusual for getting let go without being devoured.
** With the inclusion of athletics and especially the Olympics in recent comics, the continued references to predation seem to imply that the losers of an event could end up ''eaten''. Very jarring when applied to how human athletes are treated, especially in one instance where it looks like they actually off the ''winners.'' That just gets confusing.
* FridgeLogic: One recurring background couple is a male donkey and a female elephant who are in a relationship - they attend the same interspecies relationship group that the title characters attend, and they're later shown at the same interspecies birthing class that George and Danielle attend. However, if you move beyond the obvious joke about American politics, it shouldn't be that controversial of a couple - donkeys and elephants are both herbivores. They're much closer in terms of diet than, for example, Rudy and Fiona are.