YMMV / Dans une galaxie près de chez vous

  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: After Brad informs the Captain that they might be getting closer to finding the ideal planet, the crew suddenly breaks into a song and dance number. It's the only time they do this in the entire series.
  • Cult Classic: Incredibly obscure outside of Québec. The fact that is has a page here on TV Tropes is surprising, to say the least.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: The movie Interstellar, which came out in 2014, is a serious take on a spaceship crew needing to find a new planet to evacuate humanity to after Earth is rendered uninhabitable. Of the characters in the movie, there's a captain, a female officer who believes love can solve all the world's problems, a robot, a young female scientific genius, a scrawny-ish tech guy, a black guy, and a coward who backstabs his teammates because he's too scared to keep going with the mission. Does any of this sound familiar?
  • Periphery Demographic: The show originally aired on Canal Famille, a French Canadian channel that was aimed towards the whole family, and thus had content suitable for kids. However, it managed to gain a lot of fans from teenagers and even adults thanks to its humor (including jokes that kids wouldn't necessarily get), memorable characters, and dramatic moments.
  • Spiritual Successor: Of Red Dwarf, with similar styles of stories, characters and a distinctively low budget visual style reminiscent of the early seasons.
    • Interesting is that among french speaking Quebecois, Red Dwarf is very obscure, yet the shows share too many parallels to be ignored.
  • The Woobie: Despite all the problems that he has directly caused to the crew by being a Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk, the final two episodes show Brad genuinely regretting his actions and making him lovable in his own deeply flawed way.
  • Woolseyism: Applies to the English subtitles for the movies, where many of the jokes are Woolseyisms rather than literal translations, and slang is used quite often.