YMMV: Fillmore!

  • Anvilicious: The bullying episode "A Dark Score Evened" lacks the more casual writing of the show.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: The title theme, of course.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: TQ from the episode "The Unseen Reflection" garnered many fangirls (and even some fanboys.)
  • Harsher in Hindsight: "Test of the Tested" once you realize how Real Life standardized tests can affect kids quite similarly, and have lately come under the same kind of fire the S.A.T.T.Y.9 did in the episode for their pressure on kids for a single test.
    • Orlando Brown's whole role as Fillmore becomes this when considering the criminal activity and arrests he was later involved in.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: "The Unseen Reflection". A vampire book series with only female fans shown? Check. Series has a large anti-fandom? Check. The last book totally reviled for something happening that violated canon? Check.
    • That same episode also features Ingrid being disturbed by unicorns. Ingrid is played by Tara Strong. Do the math.
    • Stingray's audio-enhanced voice from "Two Wheels, Full Throttle, No Breaks" sounds a lot like Bane's.
  • Jerkass Woobie: Being sympathetic criminals, some of the antagonists tend to be this:
    • Randall Julian in "To Mar a Stall"
    • Harrison in "Cry, the Beloved Mascot"
    • Malika in "Red Robins Don't Fly"
    • Oscar in "Next Stop Armageddon"
    • Biana in "Nappers Never Sleep"
    • George in "A Cold Day At X"
    • Leo/Gustav Amaddeus Douglas in "Masterstroke of Malevolance"
    • Francine Bishop in "The Shreds Fell Like Snowflakes
    • Kipp in "Foes Don't Forgive"
    • Penny in "Immune To All But Justice"
    • Oskar Mabini and Robert Chestnut in "Links in a Chain of Honor"
    • Terri in "The Unseen Reflection"
    • Yumi and Gladys/Alexis in "Codename: Electric Haricut"
    • The vigilante perpetrators in "A Dark Score Evened" - all of them have genuinely been shafted by the system, they have a Token Good Teammate and the only one who truly qualifies as a Jerk Ass is their leader.
    • Alexandria in "Field Trip of the Just"
  • Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: "The Test of the Tested" became more relevant due to the problems that stemmed from Standardized Test-focused education from "No Child Left Behind".
  • Toy Ship: Fillmore and Ingrid.
    • Anza and Tehama is also picked up speed... much slower.
    • Fillmore and Penny, for an episode.
    • Possibly Wayne Liggett and his old partner, Emily Kinsey from his middle school in Tennessee. Watch Wayne's reactions when he's talking about Emily or staring at her empty desk.
    • For a No Hugging, No Kissing series there were quite a lot of cases involving young couples.
  • Values Resonance: The episode, "Test of the Tested", became more relevant due to the controversy on Standardized Testings and its ineffectiveless.
  • The Woobie: Jamie in "Red Robins Don't Fly" and "This Savior a Snitch"...Or so he seems...
    • Wayne in the episode where Fillmore visits his new school. He's pretty much broken by the time he and Fillmore reunite and was ready to give up entirely after he got kicked off the force. Only Fillmore getting into real trouble snapped him out of it. Also Emily Kinsey is an off-camera version since we don't know what the rest of the Safety Patrol did to her but it was bad enough to make her transfer out and devastate Wayne.