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.
Ensemble Darkhorse: While Kevin and Sarah were officially the two co-hosts, Brendan Moran got a huge fan following and ended up having a Clip Show devoted to him alone. Recently, Alison Haislip has been getting a notable fandom despite only occasionally appearing on the show.
And now that Candice Bailey is officially on the show, her popularity is now rising.
Internet Backdraft: At Comic-Con 2011, there was a panel about feminism in fandom, with Chris Gore as part of the panel. Except that he showed up five minutes before the end and his only contribution was to say he wanted to stick his penis in every hot girl at the con. Needless to say, a lot of people were really angry, but G4 hasn't seemed to respond to complaints or calls for his termination.
Les Yay: Apparently it's been mentioned that Candace Bailey seems to really get enthusiastic when "interacting" with Sara Jean Underwood. Oh so very much between Candace and Sara. Whether it's them slapping one another on the butts or Candace motor-boating Sara's boobs, these two get a lot of mileage out of this, much to the delight of the audience (and Kevin).
Kevin's recreation of the UHF segment "Stanley Spadowsky's Clubhouse" with the marble in the oatmeal amps up the FanserviceUp to Eleven with Candice and Sara wrestling in the oatmeal and really getting into the moment.
Nightmare Fuel: Kevin Pereira in an orange bikini with Carissa Walford.
Also, Kevin in a maid outfit. Diving into a giant chocolate pie.
Tear Jerker: Kevin's final show. While the cast tried to stay light-hearted, Candace and Sara break down in tears a few times, most especially at the end when saying their final goodbyes.
On top of that, the final sequence shows Kevin walking through a hallway containing costumes and props from his ten-year run on the show. At the end he comes to an unadorned dummy labeled "Kevin's Last Show", on which he puts his jacket and tie before shutting off the lights and leaving.
It is lightened by the fact that the last scene is Kevin getting offed by his "Manly" persona and telling the audience "Now that's how a real man quits a show!"
The final episode where the remaining staff and even a few that left come on and wish the viewers goodbye.
They Changed It, Now It Sucks: The feelings of many after The Screen Savers was killed to give way to AOTS. It didn't help that practically all the original Tech TV hosts were fired en masse. Also, AOTS itself has changed several times, and many people dislike at least one of said changes.