Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: A scene that has become increasingly popular in recent years, especially as sexual assault is becoming more and more of a public issue, is one of Loonette asking Molly if she’d like her to tickle her. Molly refuses, despite having liked it before. Loonette accepts it and tells the audience it’s her body, so it’s her choice. When shared, there's usually some caption about how this is just as important for adults as it is for children.
Special Effects Failure: A lot of episodes, given the show's relatively low budget, but the final two seasons are considered to be the worst in this regard.
Compared to the other Molly dolls used throughout the show, the original one used for seasons 1 and 2 can come off as this to some viewers.
Some of the merchandise. The show is about clowns, fair enough. But then they had to make a Loonette doll that looked like this◊, and adding salt to the wound, put in a voice chip as well. Wonder how many kids were scared stiff when they received one.
Unintentionally Unsympathetic: Loonette can come off as this whenever she accidentally hurts Molly's feelings (which happens from time to time, if not frequently).