YMMV / Ozy and Millie

  • Anvilicious: A good deal of the political humor falls into this.
  • Chaotic Neutral: Millie full stop.
  • Moral Event Horizon: What Felicia did to Stephan. Rejecting him's one thing, toying with him and not feeling bad at all is another.
  • Nightmare Fuel: This'll definitely scare you from making any sandwiches. Also a minor case of Fridge Horror as what exactly is Llewellyn doing with a jar of lost sou-it's probably best we don't ask.
  • Stoic Woobie: Ozy for the most part.
  • Toy Ship:
    • Ozy and Millie have a debatable one. On the one hand, there's some Ship Teasing going on in a few select scenes. On the other hand, Ozy and Millie's parents married in the final story arc, making them siblings. On the other other hand, they're Not Blood Siblings. The prevailing opinion on the fan forum seems to be that either they'll end up together or at least one of them will end up transsexual; seeing as the creator of the strip is the latter herself, this seems plausible. This ends without a resolution; after the wedding, the last actual strip is them waking up in bunk beds and going outside to play; the last few pics of them as adults don't offer any hints either.
    • In some of the strips from 2000 Stephen has a crush on Felicia that never goes anywhere, though towards the end Felicia starts to get a little close to Avery.
  • Tastes Like Diabetes: Timulty. Though he is only four.
  • Tear Jerker: The story about Shelley, Ozy's biological mother. Sort of.
  • The Woobie: Ozy as above. Stephen as well...at least when it comes to romance (While nothing ever happened with Isolde, good or bad, the end of his crushes on Felicia and Stephanie both ended in pain: Felicia pretended to say she would go out with him, then mocked him with her Girl Posse and insulted him causing him to run away and Stephanie was only interested in being friends despite being perfect for him and was instead interested in Jeremy.). Millie is a minor example but has her moments.
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Not that the comic isn't kid-friendly; it is. But a good half of its humor is build around philosophy, politics or economics, not something a kid would care about or understand. Which puts Ozy and Millie in the tradition of DC Simpson's influences, such as Peanuts, Pogo and Bloom County.