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.
Ruby and Misery too. Especially so in their duet, "I'm the Dark, I'm the Dawn."
In "Forget Me Not", Ruby notes how lovely Misery smells...while clasping her hands together and staring at Misery in a rather adoring fashion. You can almost hear Misery thinking: "Ruby, Skull Boy is standing right there."
In the dancing sequence at the end of the first episode, everyone else is dancing by themselves while Iris and Ruby are dancing together (in a heart shaped frame no-less). Make of that what you will.
In the "Broken Records" episode, everyone tries to "get Ruby and Iris back together".
And in the Ho Yay department, there's Frank and Len. Frank is not weirded out at all when a hypnotized Len tried to smother him in kisses, they both readily admit to loving each other, and Len has a tendency to turn into a housewife when wearing women's clothes. Ruby has also declared Scaredy and Boo Boo to be a "perfect pair".
Given the fact that Frank and Len have two heads and only one body, and presumably can both feel whatever happens to it... hey, figure it out.
It also helps that Ruby herself is dubbed in Japanese by none other than Rie Kugimiya. Moe ensues indeed.
My Real Daddy: Most of the characters were created by illustrator Martin Hsu. And while his designs were excellent, it was the writers working for Nelvana who turned Gloomsville's residents into well-defined, fleshed-out characters. This is particularly true in the case of resident Ensemble Darkhorse Misery, whose story is defined more in-show but barely appears in any of Martin Hsu's work.
Nightmare Retardant: Done deliberately with Boo Boo, he tries to scare people but constantly fails because he's too cute. The only one he can scare is Scaredy Bat (who's scared of everything anyway).
Periphery Demographic: The show was designed for children and pre-teens to tie in with its stationary line. Ins spite of this, it recieves a great deal of attention from teenage to young adult viewers and anime fans due to the gothic art style, cute characters, and sharp writing.
Tastes Like Diabetes: The triplets of Misery's family are so ridiculously cute and perky that they give Morose a nervous breakdown:
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: In the episode "Tooth or Dare" the characters spend a portion of the first act wondering what the Tooth Fairy does with the teeth she collects, but when a tooth fairy arrives and stays over in their house they never ask her what they do with the teeth. It could have been funny if Misery was right about the tooth necklaces.