These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Arby 'n' the Chief
Anti-Climax Boss: Clyde, the main antagonist of season 6 (at first), is taken down by the duo in practically two seconds.
Subverted in the season 6 finale, where he comes back to hold off Chief and Arbiter while the real Big Bad makes his escape. Despite doing a more efficient job in suppressing the two, he is unceremoniously taken down again, but it isn't shown until Chief watches a replay later on.
Eugene and his clan in season 7 end up being pushovers once Arbiter and Chief get the jump on them. Tyler and Colin are both fragged due to circumstances outside of the game, and Eugene kills himself out of spite.
The usage of "Feel It" by Soundroom in "Dead Weight".
Track 9 of the season 7 soundtrack has been unanimously praised as such.
Hell, the season 7 soundtrack in general has been lauded as being the best in the entire series.
Ensemble Darkhorse: Greg the spider has quite a few fans, to the point where they hope he returns for the next season. A completely different reception to what happened when Todd, Travis and Cortana were introduced.
On the comments of pretty much all the new videos, there is at least a few people who really want Greg to come back after disappearing in "Cheaters".
Kevin from Season 6 also seems to have quite a few fans.
Fan Dumb: Many fans didn't seem to realize that Jon did not write the script for most of the episodes in Arby 'n' The Chief in LA. Though he did some writing.
Fridge Horror: Way back in Master Chief sucks at Halo 2, Chief attempts suicide over finding out that the Halo 3 Beta is over. We are supposed to find this funny, because it seemingly shows that he's taking things too seriously and obsessing way too much over a game. But when you think about it, he's a living action figure. When he says "my life is empty without Halo"? He means that completely sincerely. There really is nothing else in his life.
Fridge Logic: The reward for Scott's capture allowed them to stay in Canada.
There's also the fact that Greg the Spider appears at both the end of Season 4, and Season 5. Also, Master Chief's leg is still missing in Endgame, as well as Arbiter's helmet. It may be better to count Season 4 as being set after Endgame.
Hate Dumb: In universe, Chief is a Bungie and Microsoft fanboy, so obviously he hates every game not made by them.
Hate Sink: Adam is a satire of vulgar, immature and game addicted spoiled brats rolled into one 8 year old piece of scum, so of course he was meant to be hated by everybody in the show and the audience.
And if that wasn't enough, he fragged Claire just for the sake of it.
If you thought that was bad, he insulted a fellow racer for having a dead mother and said that her death just requires him to have extra lube when screwing her.
And if that REALLY wasn't enough, he declares that he has lost all respect for his mother - after she tries to make a last, desperate plea for him to start treating her like a human being - saying "No wonder Dad left you, you spineless fucking bitch". GOD.
Chief arguably crosses it when he accidentally kills Cortana
The fact Chaos Theosis can ban you by killing you once only, or even if you quit or turn your Xbox off. Their rampage at the end of Remission is just chilling.
Cortana's voice as she was melting. BRRRR.
Also the episode that Chief has while playing Oddball, flashing back to Cortana's murder. It's made all the worse by the fact that he is holding the oddball... which is a flaming skull.
The opening of "Descent". It features a Flash-forward depicting Chief, seemingly torn in half, lying motionless on the bathroom floor while Arbiter contemplates suicide by jumping out of the apartment window.
After killing Cortana, Chief starts seeing hallucinatory images of her all over the place, but this becomes Nightmare Fuel for the viewers in the latest episode, "Wake", in which Chief gets angry at the controller's faulty batteries, looks back up at the screen, and a GHOSTLY IMAGE OF CORTANAIS STARING STRAIGHT AT THE CAMERA. Time to change your underwear, viewers!
Eugene's final words after a long pause, followed by the gunshot, can be quite chilling.
Eugene: So long.
In "Ignition", Arbiter is so infuriated upon learning the truth about Cortana that he tears Chief apart into five pieces - the top piece, a limbless upper torso with Chief's visorless head, spouting gibberish endlessly in agony.
The Scrappy - Cortana, Travis and Todd were all scrappies but Cortana seems to get the most hate due to the fact she did nothing notable other than bitch about Chief being an idiot/sexist and bottom to Todd.
The new characters introduced in Arby 'n' the Chief in L.A. got quite a lot of hate at the time as well. Especially Sonic when he was first introduced.
Scrub: Arbiter believes that only cheap players use Martydom in Call of Duty, as well as pick Rocket Fight in Halo 3.
Greg. In his first appearance, he gets told by Arbiter that him and his species are repulsive, when he just wanted to hang out. Though thankfully Arbiter decides to befriend him afterwards. Chief constantly treats him like crap, which eventually ends up with Chief trying to kill Greg with a knife after Arbiter got Greg to lock him away so that he wouldn't crash the wedding, despite the fact that Greg felt horrible about it. He becomes self aware of his appearance when Arbiter decides not to play Scrabble with him one time, and then he hears what Arbiter said to Claire about how much Greg scares him. So he decides to leave.
Mrs. Mcintyre. Her husband left her some time before Season 6. She also has to put up with Adam, her son.
From season 5 and onwards, Arbiter himself becomes a pretty big woobie. His realisation that being a living toy means he will spend his entire life confined within a small apartment with only Chief to keep him company and that his life doesn't have any meaning or purpose slowly drives him into a depression. Especially since season 7 shows Chief and Arbiter deteriorating and breaking apart, having to tape and glue themselves back together really drives this home, to the point that Arbiter eventually agrees to finally partake in Eugene and his dangerous fragban software.