These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
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Foe Yay: It's heavily implied the only reason The Lobe commits crime is so Freakazoid will chase him.
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: The end line "He's here to save the nation/So stay tuned to this station/If not, we'll be unemployed..." (and the shot of the cast members in barrels to illustrate this) stops being funny when you realize that this show was canceled before its time due to low ratings.
Bob Chipmanrevisited the show in one of his Big Picture segments, noting that at the time of the show, most people viewed the internet as the future of how we got information, not a completely screwy place as it was implied to be by Freakzoid being well, Freakazoid. Fastforward and the internet, while used for information, is a very screwy place indeed.
In the very first episode when Cave Guy is going on a rampage a narrator suddenly chimes in that only Batman can save the day... unfortunately, his show was on another network (Fox Kids) as opposed to Kids' WB!. Two years later, the his show was brought back as The New Batman Adventures and wound up airing on Kids' WB.
In the episode And Fan Boy Is His Name, Freakazoid tries to bargain with Fan Boy to leave him alone by offering an autograph picture of Stan Lee and then both dismissing him as someone they never heard of. Fan Boy only leaves Freakazoid when he finds Mark Hamill signing autographs. Now, when you think about it, the routine was funny in and of itself in the 90's because Stan Lee created Marvel Comics, the biggest rival of Warner Brothers owned DC Comics, and Star Wars movies were distributed by 20th Century Fox. However, by 2012, both Marvel AND Star Wars were acquired by Warner's biggest rival of all, Disney!
Memetic Badass: Cosgrove is arguably one in-universe. He can stop any hoodlum by pointing at them and saying "Hey! Cut it out." He even got the Warner siblings to settle down in a comic crossover◊ with Animaniacs, which was recognized as no small feat.
The "You wanna see something strange and mystical?" scene has been getting a lot of usage in YouTube Poops lately.
"That's so very very sad."
Misaimed Marketing: The network promised to deliver the 2-11 demographic to advertisers. It flopped with them, but did well with the 18-34 demographic. Attempts to suggest to The WB to market it as such were completely ignored and the show was canceled as a result.