YMMV / Everybody Hates Chris
Dude, Not Funny!: An In-Universe example happens when Chris starts telling jokes to his schoolmates using curse words. The kids don't laugh, and condemn him for telling them curse words instead.
Ensemble Darkhorse: Julius, mostly due to Retroactive Recognition and for being the only one to have enough guts to call Rochelle out. It's also nice to see a sitcom father who is not a complete pushover.
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: In the series finale, Chris' mother mocks Chris for trying to justify going for a GED by pointing out Bill Cosby got a GED because Bill Cosby was a comedian. In recent years, it's a pretty good thing she didn't want Chris to be like Bill Cosby.
In one episode where Julius gets a second job, the narration jokes that asking if Julius wants another job is like "asking Amy Winehouse if she wants another drink", not so funny now since she died as a result of drug abuse.
Germans Love David Hasselhoff: This show is very popular with Brazilian audiences, likely due to the very well made dub.
Hilarious in Hindsight: Greg was shown to wear costumes as pajamas. One of them included a Robin costume. A few years later, his actor, Vincent Martella, would do the voice of the teenage Jason Todd in .
Batman: Under the Red Hood Ho Yay: At least, this is how 2 different pairs of girls view a couple of passionate arguments between Chris and Greg.
Informed Wrongness: Anytime Chris ever complains or stands up for himself he'll be portrayed as wrong.
Rooting for the Empire: Chris roots for Apollo Creed over Rocky Balboa.
Retroactive Recognition: Terry later became one of the Old Spice guys, briefly hosted in 2014-15 and playing badass-yet-worried Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Sergeant Terry Jeffords.
Everybody hates Tonya. And that fact is not even a joke with the show's title.
Other characters seems to have this kind of treatment just for being a complete dick with Chris. Examples are Caruso and Miss Morello.
Rochelle's snobbery, short temper, immaturity, and such can become incredibly grating at times. Not to mention it makes it pretty clear where Tonya gets her behavior from.
Keshia, ever since the episode "Everybody Hates Halloween."
Take That, Scrappy!:
Anytime Tonya gets busted.
When Julius gives Rochelle a classy shut up when he revealed that he made a credit card account so he could buy their wedding rings. May count as a Crowning Moment of Awesome.
And let's not forget Chris' overreaction in "Everybody Hates Bomb Threats", in which he finally punched out Caruso.
The Woobie: Chris, of course. He feels like he is in Drew's shadow all the time, his sister is a brat, his parents discipline him more than plenty, and he always gets picked on all the time.