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: As Told by Ginger
Big Lipped Alligator Moment: The episode "About Face" ends with a truly bizarre closing credits sequence featuring Lois and Dr. Dave doing a disco-fied "Diamonds Are Forever" parody in silhouette, with Noelle karate-chopping across the screen at one point.
Canon Sue: A minor example, Noelle Sussman. For the first couple seasons she was merely a recurring background character, and at the end of the second season this is lampshaded when Hoodsey points her out to Carl as the perfect test subject to use their vanishing powder on. After Carl uses the powder on her, he and Hoodsey begin to notice that Noelle is genuinely awesome and she quickly catapults to become the base of Carl's unhealthy obsession with her, and he desperately sells his prized eyeball just so he can afford the reversal potion (and he didn't need it anyway because Noelle had just transferred across town). Later episodes make her Carl's love interest and she acquires telekinetic powers. During the finale, while many characters suspect foul play behind the sabotage of Lois and Dr. Dave's wedding and try to find out what's going on, Noelle is the only one that knows the truth and reveals it to everyone at the end.
Designated Hero: Dodie Dodie Dodie Dodie. You can count this girl's good qualities on one hand. She is incredibly selfish and thinks only of herself, wanting to become popular. There's many times where she sells her own friends out for a chance to become popular. She plans to publicly humiliate Courtney when she finds out she has lice, she plots to break up Ginger and Darren, and when she can't go to one of Ginger's parties she wants Ginger to cancel it. And when Carl and Hoodsey go missing on the camping trip, she runs Carl down left and right in front of his sister.
She gets it from her mother.
Ear Worm: "At Camp Caprice-price-price we don't say mooses we say meese and we feel proud proud proud as we sing our song out loud!"
Ensemble Darkhorse: Yes she's one of the main cast, but Courtney Gripling is perhaps a lot of people's favorite character from the show. Many notice how she's in fact a far more supportive and better friend to Ginger than Dodie and how despite her popular status, she's nothing like the other popular girls like Miranda and Mipsy whom are always out to get Ginger for no reason.
Foe Yay: Exhibited between Carl and Blake with the fact that the latter keeps a framed photograph of Carl on his dresser among other events, one involving Blake getting straddled on a hospital bed.
In the final episode Blake of all people becomes this. Before he was an arrogant Smug Snake, but than when his dad is forced to liquidate all the resources he has to fight his court battles he and his family lose everything and he's reduced to begging Carl for help finding a home. What clinches it is when Blake actually starts crying when Carl accuses him of faking. Hell Carl actually feels sorry for the poor bastard.
Carl himself can be considered this. He's a compulsive troublemaker who causes his mother and teachers no end of frustration, and he repels almost everyone with his bizarre hobbies—but many of his issues clearly stem from his father abandoning him, which left him desperate for a decent male role model in his life.
Les Yay: Miranda and Courtney's friendship, helped as Miranda's only given reason for how she treats Ginger is jealousy of Courtney and Gingers friendship.
Ginger is constantly this. Especially bad late in the series, when her boyfriend breaks up with her... and she gets appendicitis the same night.
Hoodsey. He's one of the most good-natured characters on the show, but he's painfully shy, and he has no friends other than Carl—who his mother constantly decries as a bad influence, even though he's one of the only kids in Hoodsey's life who actually treats him like a human being. Even his family doesn't seem to pay him much attention, since he's constantly overshadowed by his much more outgoing sister, Dodie.