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.
Richie counts too. He was so popular with fans that he was promoted to a superhero in the third season; show creator Dwayne Mc Duffie once said that Richie's popularity alone was what got them a fourth season of the show.
Fridge Horror: In the episode "Now You See Him", Static is fighting Speedwarp, a villain who can accelerate time for himself and chosen targets. Towards the end, he kidnaps Daisy and accelerates her, and Static follows with his own time device a minute later. However, time is slowed down for Daisy and Speedwarp. Daisy must have been trapped in there for hours or days.
Wade was featured prominently in the first episode, but then was never seen or mentioned again after the Big Bang. While no fatalities are mentioned in show, we see a kid melting from the effects of the gas; it's likely Wade was one of the unlucky ones. This is most likely the case since in the comics it was explicitly stated that more people died from the effects of the gas than were mutated.
Fridge Logic: Or at least a head-scratcher. By episode 21, Sharon is dating Adam, aka Rubberbandman aka a superhero. We see them together on a few dates with no implications they broke up during the whole rest of the series. Yet she's in danger in quite a few episodes, including kidnapped with her cell phone in one, and he never showed up in them. Not even a "I'm sorry I wasn't there but I'm glad you're safe" cameo. What gives?
Harsher in Hindsight: In one episode, Adam insists on using fireworks for his concert despite the warnings of his crew on using them on a small stage, and when the fireworks go off, they end up setting the place on fire. That became a whole lot harsher when the Rhode Island nightclub "The Station" got set on fire in February 2003 during a Great White concert(and killed at least 100 people) due to a combination of polyurethane insulation and the band's use of pyrotechnics on a smaller then normal stage.
Hawkgirl hitting John's head in "A League of Their Own". Especially when you know wha happens in "Starcrossed".
Also, at the time of that episode's airing, Neil Patrick Harris was a perfect choice for that role - a washed up child star who was only known for one role. Then, a few years later, How I Met Your Mother came along and shot him back into the spotlight.
Ho Yay: Virgil/Richie. Need we mention the infamous ending to the "Wet N' Wild" episode?
Specs and Trapper, too.
Don't forget that episode that had Static and Hotstreak spent handcuffed to each other. Well, more like Foe Yay
I Am Not Shazam: He's just "Static", not "Static Shock". It's gotten so bad, even the comics have made that mistake!
Tear Jerker: when Static and Hotstreak are chained together, they learn they're in a medical facility. Hotstreak totally flips out, eventually revealing that at one point, he spent two years in a hospital. This reveals a somewhat poignant side to his usual thuggish portrayal.
What an Idiot: In one episode, Virgil's sister suspects that he is Static. The problem? She blurts out his identity at every given opportunity in public while cheering him on from the sidelines. Admittedly, people were running and screaming, trying to get away from the destruction of the fight, so they may not have noticed. Still a stupid thing to do, though.
In a Very Special Episode about gun violence, when Jimmy decided to lower his gun, his bullies decided to tackle him on the ground, setting the gun off, and hitting Richie. Another Face Palm worthy moment is when Jimmy pulled a gun earlier, they asked what it is.