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: Six Feet Under
Alas, Poor Scrappy: Lisa was not well-liked but it was still difficult to hold it together when she died, especially because of the effect it had on Nate
Anvilicious: The political jabs at Bush and the Iraq War in season 5 are heavy handed and out of place, Writer on Board not-so-subtle, especially since Claire was pretty much apathetic about this kind of things and the external world in general.
Hilarious in Hindsight : Meta-example with Michael C. Hall aka Dexter and the psychopath arc. Retroactive Recognition makes it almost ironic. During one of his final visions he is in full slasher attire and it almost looks like a Call Forward or a parody of his next major role, in fact Michael C. Hall has called the dream sequence in which David puts a gun in Jake's mouth the moment that Dexter Morgan was born.
Ruth. Oh, Ruth. That scene when she was eating dinner alone...
David, most of the tragedies happen to him, mainly, being kidnapped. That was painful to watch.
Claire too, finding out her father is dead while on crystal meth, dating a criminal and a sociopath, from having her inability to orgasm being broadcast, or finding out she's pregnant and her child's father is having sex with her teacher.
George becomes this after the flash back of his childhood. His mother committed suicide with him in the house, which unsurprisingly messed him up. His mental break-down is heart-breaking as well.
Arthur. Especially the scene where he's recording a voice message for his nephews on a tape-recorder. The final line of him encouraging them to get an e-mail address so that they could keep in touch more easily is heart-wrenching. Do they even answer him? Ever? Poor, poor lonely Arthur.
Love It or Hate It: The band's style of death metal. They're either one of the catchiest bands in the genre with unbeatable consistency, or they're a bunch of hacks with no musical skill and who play simple material because they can't do any better.
Barnes himself. He's either one of the most unique and best death metal vocalists out there, or a pothead who blew out his voice.
Magnum Opus: Undead, to the point that even some of the band's own detractors love it.
Never Live It Down: There are more than a few people who will never forgive Barnes for getting Ice T to rap on one of the band's songs.
That's nothing compared to the backlash that followed the Travis Ryan incident, which still hasn't fully blown over and put a lot more people in the "Barnes is a pathetic, washed-up, delusional loser" camp. There's also the Park Auto Mall commercial, but that's seen less as Barnes being an asshole and more as him being pathetic.
The Scrappy: For some weird reason, many death metal fans seem to hate the band.
So Bad, It's Good: Arguably, the Graveyard Classics albums, particularly if you've heard the original songs already.