YMMV: Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy
- Cargo Ship: Dolly and her curious attraction to Noel's security hat. Also, Secret Peter is married to a peanut.
- Ensemble Darkhorse: Who else but Andy Warhol?
- Growing the Beard: It's pretty much agreed that series two is a much more conventionally solid show, being a sort of Spiritual Successor to The Mighty Boosh rather than the highly divisive and experimental series one.
- Love It or Hate It: One of the most extreme examples in recent television. Series one either received glowing praise to the point of being called a masterpiece that redefines the genre or complete hatred with many calling it inane, plotless garbage that's surreal for the sake of being surreal. Series two received much more unanimous praise, though not nearly to the same level those who enjoyed it gave series one.
- Nightmare Fuel: Very apparent in many sketches, which seem more focused on making the viewer uncomfortable than entertained. Toned down quite bit in series 2, but still happens at times.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: The Audience!
- True Art Is Incomprehensible: Series one was very willing to risk alienating a large chunk of its audience in order to dip into the deepest depths of surrealism
- The Woobie: Dondylion (trapped in a small room, underfed, surgically deprived of his penis, and going insane); Roy Circles (lost his wife, banned from family gatherings); Fantasy Man (taunted by chavs and betrayed by his own narrator); Noel himself (okay, so he doesn't actually suffer all that much, but look at him crying over his stolen Fab lolly and tell me you don't want to hug him).