YMMV: Carry On
- My Real Daddy - Despite director Gerald Thomas, producer Peter Rogers and a number of performers working on the series throughout its history, many fans agree that Talbot Rothwell's scripts were what really held everything together. Case in point — the early, Norman Hudis-scripted films are generally regarded as So Okay They're Average, while the latter films made without Rothwell's involvement are considered to be really, really bad.
- Older Than They Think - In the 1960s the British were basically doing the same sort of suggestive humour that the Japanese do in modern day manga and anime.
- Sequelitis - Even the fans of the series generally admit that Carry On Behind is where the franchise began to fall apart completely.