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.
Award Snub: The show was nominated four times for awards, and all of them lost.
The first was an Annie award in the category of outstanding music in an animated television program, for Lino Sound's score for The Off-Beats episode "Suave-o-Matic". (1998)
The second was another Annie award, same year. This time for Outstanding Male Voice Acting, for Nandor Nevai as various voices in Sniz & Fondue.
The third was another Annie award in 1999, the category being Outstanding Acheivement in Production Design in an Animated TV Program. The Jetcat short "Scred Identity'' was a nominee.
The fourth time was for a Young Artists Award in 1999. Julia McIlvaine was nominated for Best Young Female Voiceover in an Animated Production, for doing the voice of June.
Cult Classic: Sure it's no Invader Zim, but it got screwed over just as badly and it has its share of fans (a lot of which are the ones who claim that Nickelodeon's first wave of Nicktoonsnote Doug, Rugrats pre-Dil, Ren and Stimpy [John K. episodes only], etc were the best and stuff like The Fairly Oddparents and SpongeBob SquarePants have ruined the network).
Ear Worm: The main title, the ending themes, and all of June's songs.
And also, when you're mad, beat up your best friend!
The "moral of the story" for "More Happiness Than Allowed By Law" seems to be, "Don't forget your friends' birthday, or else he or she will torture you".
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: One episode featured Henry and June all set to celebrate the show's 100th episode, but it turns out that Henry miscounted, and that it's not the 100th episode after all. This amusing gag is made a bit sadder when you realize that the show never made it to a 100th episode, coming short of even the halfway point at 47 episodes.
As well as the Netherlands. In the same way as most anime, everyone hated the dubbed version shown in syndication, so by the time Nicktoons picked it up, the episodes were subtitled, with the audio still in English.
Life with Loopy is the most popular short in Russia.
Special Effect Failure: Life with Loopy falls under this sometimes. However this was more often in the older episodes, and improves as the show goes on.
There's a scene in "Get Sam Donaldson's Mystery Bag!", where the duo are having a robot war...and one part shows that inside the robots, the duo are completely static. However this is justified, as flash animation wasn't very common yet.
What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: While it is for kids (never mind all the nightmare fuel and crap past the radar), it's for a somewhat (but not by much) older demographic than most of Nick's shows at the time.