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YMMV: Detentionaire
  • Cargo Ship: The Serpent's Snake and Biffy's phone.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Giuseppe, "Sleeping Ugly," Robin, Dick and most surprisingly of all the background characters who are quite literally the background! Stepak too!
  • Evil Is Sexy: Vice Principal Victoria and The Serpent.
  • Friendly Fandoms: With the American Dragon Jake Long, Danny Phantom and Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja fandoms.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: Following the discovery that Lynch is Radcircles... all the moments where he acted like some kind of slightly awkward Genius Ditz with his comments, are suddenly much less funny...
    • Not to mention the overall admiration he showed for Lee from near the end of season 1 onwards...
  • Genius Bonus: Lee has a tatto of a trigram on his left arm. This particular trigram is "fire", or in the original Chinese, Li.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Season 1's Episode 4 had a picture of Lee picking his nose circulating around the school, courtesy of Jerk Ass Irwin. Come season 2, and Lee befriends (or re-befriends) a girl hypnotized into constantly picking her nose. Then, come season 3; she becomes a recurring character halfway through, and competes with Tina over Lee's affection.
  • Ho Yay: Quite a bit, between Lee and Biff, and Lee and Holger. As of "Misadventures in Babysitting", Cam and Holger have made it to the list.
  • Idiosyncratic Ship Naming: There are some pretty punny ship names on Tumblr.
  • Magnum Opus: Without a doubt the best show Nelvana has ever produced, surpassing even Mythic Warriors.
  • Mondegreen: Hearing Holger as "Helga" or "Holgar", "Webber" as "Vebber" or "Lemmon", Ping as "Puny", Camillio as "Cameron", Tina as "Tiba" Carb as "Carvey", Raven as "Raisen" and Art as "R." Some of these don't even make sense.
    • The cult cloaked dolphin that appears in one of Tina's web specials.
  • The Scrappy: Brad Von Chilstein. Hard to not to see why, literally none of the fans like him because of him getting in the way of Lee and Tina's romance (but really that was the point of why he's a character) and his ego. Not to mention his Wrong Genre Savvy attitude gets really annoying after a while.
    • Brandy, Kimmie, some people don't like the Glamazons.
    • Barrage, just because of how tyrannical he can be.
    • Mrs. Ping, does anyone really need to explain why? To her credit, she can be nice, but her moments of anger outweigh by far those moments of being nice.
      • May have been Rescued from the Scrappy Heap thanks to her Big Damn Heroes moment in "Clogspiracy" where she fights the clog-obsessed Blomptkins and wins. The entire episode seems dedicated to showing Mrs. Ping really, really cares about her son.
      • In fact, many of this show's Scrappies have had episodes in which there was an attempt at rescuing them from the Scrappy heap: Lee's mother in "Clogspiracy"; Brandy trying to bond with Lee in a Season 2 episode, showing that she's trying to get that relationship to work; Kimmie trying to rebuild her relationship with Biffy, even if she won't admit it...
    • Chaz. Just Chaz.
    • The appropriately named Dick Andrews.
    • Jenny Jerkins. She has become the female Brad because she is getting in the way of the romance between Lee and Tina.
  • Ships That Pass In The Night: There are quite a number ships centered around the A. Nigma students (See also Idiosyncratic Ship Naming). And then you bring in The Serpent into the mix...
  • Squick: Jenny and the Serpent to some.
  • What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: Given some of the stuff in the show (Barrage removing his neck plates to get at the mind control chip underneath for example) this has been the reaction from some.

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