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.
Harsher in Hindsight: Although the animated Louie is capable of performing an excellent cannonball, the ABC reality TV show Splash shows us that the real Louie can't get out of a pool in the present, let alone dive.
The entire premise show once you found that unlike his cartoon father, Louie's real life dad was an alcoholic and a wife-beater. And while Louie did marry his childhood sweetheart, it lasted only 4 weeks.
Hell Is That Noise: In-verse, Jen Glen's constant screaming really crosses into this territory, sounding less like a human being and more like some kind of wild animal that's trying to sound human.
Idiot Plot: Episode with Andy trying to get money from bee farm, with revelation at the end of an episode, that his bees are really hornets. For this episode to make sense it require everybody presend, including school teacher, who really should have know better, to never have seen a bee in their entire life, so nobody noticed that those "bees" are unusually big, have much more red color over their bodies than they should have and looks more like wasps than actual bees.
Moment Of Awesome: When Andy's colleagues finds out why Mr. Applegate fired Andy, they all leave the factory and go to Andy's home to tell him, that until Andy comes back, they refuse to work.
Nightmare Fuel: The massive fish Andy intends to catch in "Lake Winnibigoshish" proves to be quite a monster that easily demolishes his boat and almost eats him alive. Louie has quite the appropriate reaction when he sees it jumping out of the water behind his dad's back.
Values Dissonance: To a new tens viewer, the episode where Andy is fired will look quite odd - since Mr. Applegate would have legally been able to fire all of them on the spot, and they couldn't do anthing about it.
The Woobie: Louie sometimes has this role, especially considering some of the crap he's put through. The episode where he got shaken up by a tornado and becomes a shut-in comes to mind.