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.
YMMV: Robin of Sherwood
Anti-Climax Boss: Roger de Carnac's name strikes terror into the hearts of Gisburne and the Sheriff, his methods are as brutal as they are cunning, and he's played with a creepy detached air by Matthew Frewer. Robin kills him before the episode's half-way mark.
Crowning Moment of Awesome: Robin of Loxley - in his final moments, he bravely faces down a small army of Norman warriors and fires an arrow over their heads. When he draws his bow a final time — without an arrow — they cringe away. He then looks knowingly at the Sheriff and smiles without fear, breaks his bow over his knee, and turns to face his death.
Crowning Moment of Funny: Robert de Rainault calmly reading out the transcript of a woman's brutal interrogation by torture in a bored-sounding voice.
Depraved Homosexual: Arguably Philip Mark, for his casual brutality as well as several implications of pederasty (including his boy-servants clad in finery while the girls remain in rags, his flirtatious chin-chucking of one of the boys, and de Rainault calling Mark himself a "posturing catamite").
Fandom Heresy: It's not a good idea to state that you thought Jason Connery was a better Robin Hood than Michael Praed.
Ho Yay: Guy and the Sheriff. In one episode, Guy is made to towel-dry the Sheriff, who orders, "Harder, Gisburne!"; later they share a bathtub, where the Sheriff tells Gisburne, "Rub my back! Lower!" A few episodes later, when the angry Prince John punishes Gisburne, he addresses him as "de Rainault's protégé - if that's all you are"; Guy responds by uncomfortably looking away.
Special Effects Failure: The fact that the Silver Arrow in The Pilot looks like a small cruise missile and/or vibrator has often been remarked upon by the show's fanbase and even the show's creator.
Throw It In: De Rainault's assessment of Philip Mark as a "posturing catamite" was supposedly an ad lib.
The Untwist: In one episode Nasir is being hunted by a Saracen called Sarak. Because his face is covered, and he speaks in a growly voice, there is some indication that it is actually the woman that was with Sarak when he and Nasir fought the first time. Except...it's not.