Apparently, the ending to Egg Monsters from Mars just charged on through, to the point where even the fact that the male protagonist has a female name.
The cover alone for My Hairiest Adventure (book #26) is just ripe for sarcastic, immature book bloggers to make jokes about the myth that masturbation causes hairy palms.
My Hairiest Adventure also seems a heck of a lot like a metaphor for puberty—he's getting weird dark hair everywhere, it grows back after he tries to shave it off...It turns out that he's actually a dog, and the serum he had to be injected with was a failed experiment in turning dogs into children.
If an older audience reads "Piano Lessons Can Be Murder," Dr Shreek can easily come off as a pedophile (and the TV version of the episode does nothing to tone it down. They may have changed Dr. Shreek from being a robot to being a mad man haunted by the ghost of his mother, but the pedophilic undertones were there).
Ricky's revenge plot against resident Alpha Bitch Tasha in Calling All Creeps! is more or less the same idea as writing "For a good time, call..." on the bathroom wall.
The last leg of Be Careful What You Wish For puts in as much Les Yay as you can get away with in a 90s children's book. After Samantha wishes for Judith to become her friend, the latter instead develops what appears to be an...unhealthy obsessionfor her. Judith carries Sam's books, wears the same clothes as her, waits by her house in the morning just so she can walk to school with her, and sneaks into her room during the night.