YMMV / Lloyd in Space

  • Ear Worm: The theme song.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: An eye shaped robot with a British Accent and a bit ditzy. This sounds familar...
  • Ho Yay: Lloyd and Eddie.
  • Nightmare Fuel:
    • The Halloween episode. Oh God, the Halloween episode...
    • Would it be safe to say Francine crossed the Moral Event Horizon in that episode? She may be a little kid, but you'd have to be a complete sociopath to do what she did with a clear conscience. Though Boomer did help with it.
  • The Scrappy: Francine and Brittney.
    • Until the "Love Beam No.9" episode where she reveals that she is a Type A Tsundere for Lloyd.
  • So Okay, It's Average: There's a reason why it never got the same recognition as Recess, despite being made by the same people.
  • Values Dissonance: The episode "Neither Boy Nor Girl" tries to tackle gender issues. It's a well-intentioned effort, but you can tell it was written years before discussions of gender roles, sexuality, and transgender identities started coming into the public eye.
    • The new kid at Lloyd's school, Zoit, is part of a species that gets to choose their sex when they turn thirteen. Both the boys and the girls try to influence their decision by having them do stereotypically gendered activities. As if enjoying sappy movies or belching contests has anything to do with being a boy or girl. While Zoit does eventually call them out, it's less about unnecessarily gendering things and more the fact nobody should be telling them which to pick.
    • In the end Zoit chooses not to tell anyone what their decision was, teasing that everyone will only find out if they develop a crush. Which implies if they like a girl they must be a boy, and vice versa.
    • Values Resonance: As unintentionally stereotypical as it is at points, the episode still adressed the concept of androgyny and "choosing" your gender nearly ten years before mainstream media started acknowledging transgenderism.