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.
"Concentration" track from the soundtrack is absolutely wonderful to the moment where Bossun is in "Concentration Mode". That is partially due to the fact that the animation wouldn't work if Bossun was just sitting in there thinking and connecting points he missed at simple sight. In-Universe, it would be seen as boring and uninteresting, too.
"Cool & Crazy", when stuff is going in favor of the Sket Dan.
Surprisingly, Switch's Bossun drawing, a non-character that has its own popularity inside the series, made up to have a place in the Top TEN of the first Popularity Poll.
The series has a lot of non-characters that are popular with the readers, as the second popularity poll revealed. Among the other notable ones are Anthony (an action figure from "Slender", a tokusatsu-parody show) and Tanabe-kun (a "character" that was created by Bossun and Tsubaki in their attempt at fixing the writings in a banner).
Dante is mostly the only one that would be remembered from his Visual Kei band JardiN.
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: Chiaki, "Captain", in episode 4 wants to win the Pelollipop contest because her little brother said the doll looks like his deceased mothernote That is because of how similar both of them stick their tongues out.
Moe: Obaanyan, a character created for the Sket Dan's reimagined version of Momotaro, thanks to Switch's suggestion of changing the old foster mother of the protagonist to someone younger, who is also a half cat.
Narm Charm: The show can be really cheesy at times. And yet, it somehow works.
Relationship Writing Fumble: A chapter in the series, "Brother and Sister", explores the ambiguous ties between Bossun's not-blood sister, Rumi, and his biological twin brother (who had been separated at birth), Tsubaki. They were supposed to see each other as brother and sister, but the way their relationship develop is almost exactly like a romantic set-up of romance mangas (i.e. they have a movie "date", hung out together the whole day, and it ends with Tsubaki saving Rumi from falling off a bunch of stairs).