- Crowning Moment of Funny: Almost everything.
- Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: For a show full of slapstick and So Bad, It's Good, it has one pure heartwarming moment when Tai Hung attempts to flee the country like a Dirty Coward... but then came across a present he got from his girlfriend, who's in danger from the General's reign of terror, and came to a conclusion that he musn't run away... then proceeds to start racking up levels in Badass.
- Fridge Horror: So Tai Hung is a 28 years old high schooler. While everyone is played by people around his actor's age, does anyone wonder how old the other students (Choi Ney, Kei On, etc) actually are? If they grew up normally, Tai Hung could easily pass as paedophilic, since his girlfriend, Choi Ney, would be FAR younger than him.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Chun May's transformation to Chun Li includes drill hair buns. Then, later when Super Street Fighter IV was out, her hairstyle becomes comparable with Juri Han...
- Also the Ti Man-Chun May relationship became slightly hilarious when you realize in Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, Chun Li had a brutal, yet awesome fight with Vega.
- And then Broom Man Vs Kent also went for hilarious hindsight when you realize that in official Street Fighter canon, Guile and Ken just don't get along.
- Older than You Think (Believe it or not, this comes first before the Live Action City Hunter (featuring characters transforming into Street Fighter II characters), and BEFORE the Hollywood Movie)
- So Bad, It's Good: Well... at least compared to Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li.
- This Is Your Premise on Drugs: For... well, Street Fighter in a high school slapstick action comedy.
- What The Hell, Casting Agency?: Lots and lots of Hong Kong famous pop singers/actors on that age play here. Including Andy Lau, Dicky Cheung, Simon Yam, Ekin Cheng, Aaron Kwok...
- To be fair, all of them are no stranger to martial art or action movies.