- Animation Age Ghetto: The promos and bumpers really stressed that this was a kids' block, especially in the first season.
Curtis Williams of The Parent 'Hood: OK, we're back. You grown-ups can leave the room.
- Broken Base: If or when the block went downhill depends on who you ask. Some believe it's when the comedy series such as Animaniacs and Freakazoid! were axed to make room for Pokémon and other anime and action cartoons. Others point to the mid-2000s with the cancellations of Yu-Gi-Oh! and Jackie Chan Adventures and arguably the introduction of shows such as Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island and Johnny Test. Still others are divided as to when Pokémon lost its luster while Kids' WB was still running it.
- Ear Worm: Several.
- "I don't know but I heard tell / That The WB's the place / For great new shows / Anything goes / Even worms in outer space!"
- "Make some space on your TV / It's Dubba Dubba Dubba Kids Dubba Dubba WB! / Dubba Dubba Kids are kids like you / The kind of kids who know what they wanna do!"
- "Kids WB yourself!"
- Never Live It Down: Four words: "Big Kids Come First".
- To the fans and production crew of Toonami, there's Kids' WB's attempt at their own version of Toonami.
- Nightmare Fuel: Arguably, the logo as it appeared at the beginning of the first three Pokémon movies, especially if seen in theaters. The logo basically pulls a Jump Scare on the audience, colliding with the screen as it enters from a black background. On the first movie, the logo was silent, while in the second and third films, the sound of a Poké Ball accompanies it, as if the logo is a Pokémon being released. On the bright side, the fact that Warner Bros.'s rights to the movies expired means that current releases of them lack this logonote .