YMMV / Clue Club

  • Acting for Two: You can hear cast members Bob Hastings, Paul Winchell, and Patricia Stich—D.D., Woofer, and Pepper respectively—playing various side characters in many episodes, including some of the prime suspects.
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: On at least two occasions, Woofer and Wimper have been chased by creatures with no seeming connection to the mystery. Once by a supposedly "stuffed" bear, and once by a giant monster jack-o'-lantern. On both occasions, the dogs scare off their pursuer, in the case of the bear by saying they wanted a giant bearskin rug, and in the case of the jack-o'-lantern by setting up a booth at the County Fair to make "giant pumpkin pies". Since both the bear and the jack-o'-lantern seem to understand the dogs when no one else can, and are never "unmasked" later as being involved with the villains of their respective episodes, they don't really seem to serve any purpose other than to give us funny moments with the dogs.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: As a whole, this show is held by some as the darkhorse of the Scooby-related shows. In a way, it's Scooby meets crime investigation shows.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: On two different episodes, D.D. and Pepper are chased by a Monster Clown. D.D.'s voice actor, Bob Hastings, would go on to play Commissioner Gordon in Batman: The Animated Series alongside the granddaddy of all Monster Clowns, The Joker.