Tropes in this series include:
- Adaptational Villainy: In the original novel, Fix was a Scotland Yard detective who pursued Fogg out of suspicion that he was a bank robber. Here, he's Lord Maze's hired thug.
- Aristocrats Are Evil: Lord Maze. He'll do anything to keep Fogg from winning the bet. That's why he got Fix to handle the job.
- Bag of Holding: Passepartout uses this to carry whatever items Fogg asks for in a particular episode.
- Canon Foreigner: Belinda Maze and her uncle Lord Maze.
- Toto also counts.
- Catch Phrase: Passepartout: "Parlez vous!" and "Fix Tricks! FIX TRICKS!"
- Fix: "I'LL FIX THAT FOGG!"
- Chekhov's Armoury: Once an Episode, Fogg will ask from Passepartout for all the items they will need to overcome the problems on that episode.
- Clock King / Crazy-Prepared: Fogg knows what they will need in the future and figures out what items he requires for a particular situation.
- Everything's Better with Monkeys: Passepartout's pet monkey Toto.
- Expository Theme Tune: Around the World in Eighty Days, Passepartout. So Fogg may marry Belinda Maze, Passepartout. Fogg may fail because of Fix, unless Fogg nixes Fix's tricks, Around the World with Passepartout.
- Also counts as an Ear Worm.
- Master of Disguise: Fix.
- Mellow Fellow: Fogg, no matter the situation, tends to be unflappable.
- Proper Lady: Belinda.
- Road Sign Reversal: Fix does this in the first episode to keep Fogg and Passepartout from reaching Buckingham Palace.
- Talking to Themself: "Have you got a plan, Mr. Fix?" "Have I got a plan, Mr. Fix? Have I got a plan?"
Good show, Passepartout!