Blake the cashier from Episode 17 is a Oscar Diggs doll.
Cross-Dressing Voices: Yeah, but not as many as you might think. About half of the girls are voiced by men.
Defictionalization: They've done several episodes of "The Trisha Show" and "Judy And Red In The Morning".
Hey, It's That Guy!: A strange variant. Other than the aforementioned Merida doll as Bridget Tice, we also have Rachel Tice, portrayed by an Ariel doll, Lunch Lady Belinda, portrayed by a Mother Gothel doll, Saison Marguerite portrayed by a Belle doll, Mikayla Van Buren and young Brittnay portrayed by a Barbie's Little Sister Kelly doll, and Ashley Katchadorian, portrayed by a doll of Skipper, one of Barbie's younger sisters and part of the main cast of Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse.
Hilarious Outtakes: The "Extra Credit" episodes include bloopers and alternate lines for their corresponding episodes.
The Other Darrin: For Mackenzie's first two appearances, she was voiced by Marian Bruno. Replaced by Kate Frisbee after that and has been doing her voice ever since.
Schedule Slip: Episode 17 wasn't uploaded on the regular date, that was Tuesday.
Throw It In: Since most of the cast is experienced with improv, a lot of the lines in the series aren't in the script. In the Behind the Scenes video, the creators have stated that some of the funniest lines were made up on the spot.
Special mention goes to Bridget Tice's dialogue. Pretty much all of her lines were made up by the actress.
What Could Have Been: Trisha was supposed to be voiced by a girl when they were creating their very first video but her actress didn't show up. So they settled for one of the guys to do her voice. Of course, due to the current state of things, nobody would want it in any other way.