YMMV: The Angry Beavers

  • Base Breaker: Some feel that the constant ad-libbing and character talking over one another can often make it very difficult to follow some episodes.
  • Bizarro Episode: The show is already pretty...out there, but the tip of the iceberg would likely be "Brothers...To The End?", which has the premise of the universe suddenly coming to an end right at the turn of the millennium, and Norbert and Daggett are instructed to recreate it all over again. Words cannot describe the insanity that follows. In the end, it turns out the incident was just a mass hallucination of many of the main characters brought on by bad martinis...or was it? It's not especially made clear.
  • Cargo Ship: Dag and "Angel Eyes" (a fishing lure).
  • Crowning Moment of Awesome: The flawless Roaring Rampage of Revenge Dag and Norb inflict on Bill Licking for humiliating them on national TV. In fact, Dag has to be physically restrained from killing Bill.
    Bill Licking: Gentlemen, how can I help you?
    Daggett: THROOOOOOOOOOAT!!!!
  • Ear Worm:
    • The theme song, which is as much "90s Nicktoon" as it is "theme to The Dating Game".
    • The ending theme as well.
    • Beaver fever!
    • Kid Friendly - don't you mess around with him!
    • I Think I Like You
    • "Go, go, go, back to Ca-na-da!"
    • I am no stoopy poopy beaver!
    • "The roller coaster was long, my stomach not strong, when you sat beside me..."
    • You call me names, and I call you more names back!
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: The Big Round Sticky Fish Thingy acts a whole lot like a Katamari...
  • Nightmare Fuel: Stump's Family Reunion, when Norbert mutates because of his ear infection and eats some of Stump's family members.
    • In Yak in the Sack, the Yak was pretty creepy.
    • Some scenes in "The Day The World Got Really Screwed-Up!".
  • Suspiciously Similar Song: The show's soundtrack is practically a "Best of". One example is an instrumental that sounds like the beginning of Andy Williams' song, "Can't Get Used to Losing You".
    • Chelsea and Stacy's theme sounds a lot like the begining of "Say You'll be There" [1]
    • In "You Promised!" during the brothers' race at the end, the music is almost exactly "I'm a Believer".
  • Uncanny Valley: Some of the human designs in the show can range from pretty goofy to downright frightening. For a comparison as to how wildly these models can vary, take a look at this scene from "Beach Beavers A Go-Go", where an example of a character that can easily pass as Fanservice is quickly followed by the appearance of a freaky woman that looks more bird than human.
    • Stump himself can fall into this, due to the unnerving expression permanently carved into its face and the fact that everybody treats it as if it were alive and sentient.