YMMV / Class of 3000

  • Anvilicious: Several of the episodes with morals feel like this. With "The Devil and Lil'D" being the most blatant on how fame changes a person.
  • Awesome Music: ALL OF THEM. If Andre 3000's writing the songs, what do you expect?
  • The Cuckoolander Was Right: Madison, overlapping with maybe a bit of Obfuscating Stupidity. True, she's a transcendentally stupid ditz, but there are times when she blurts out the stupidly obvious right answer as her friends indulge childish fantasies.
  • Ear Worm: Many of the songs. Especially "Banana Zoo" and "Throwdown"
  • Ensemble Dark Horse: Principal Luna.
    • Season 1 Kim and Philly Phil qualify. Averted in Season 2, where they get more prominence.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: There's a real Phillip Phillips who's also into music.
  • Ho Yay:
    • Eddie and Philly Phil are comfortable enough together to go as a two-piece zebra.
    • Kim and Madison seem awfully close for just friends...
    • Philly Phil is good at this. Some of his interactions with Li'l D can be read as more than friendship.
  • Signature Song: Either "Throwdown" or the theme song.
  • Tear Jerker: The "Life Without Music" song is absolutely heartbreaking.
    • Mood Dissonance: Though the sad tune is done to very funny stuff.
    • "Rich Shade of Blue" also counts too.
    • To anyone who was shunned in school for who they were, Phil's Season 2 episodes (Free Philly, Big Robot on Campus) can hit a little too close to home.
  • Toy Ship: Anyone shipping two of the seven kids is invoking this trope.
    • Official Couple: Eddie and Tamika. Sunny and Miss Lopez. Luna and Miss Squattenchowder.