YMMV: The Kids in the Hall
- Acceptable Targets: Business-men. Usually, at best, ignorant, if not immoral, scheming and/or insincere. At worst, something slightly less than human, being portrayed in several sketches as a kind of animal.
- Bizarro Episode: "Chalet 2000", which was one long Buddy Cole sketch (with it's own credit sequence), and to top it off, Queen Elizabeth appears and ends up sleeping with a talking beaver.
- Character Alignments: Done for a few of the characters.◊ Obviously, your opinion may differ. If so, chart a graph of your own! Character Alignments are always fun.
- Crossing the Line Twice - the source of much of the show's humor, much like Saturday Night Live in the 1990s in its "Bad Boys of SNL" era.
- Ear Worm - Any of Bruce's songs will wrench their way into your brain and refuse to leave for weeks.
- These are the Daves I know (I know)/These are the Daves I know.
- Terriers are my very favorite breed/They're cute, cuddly, easy dogs to feed.
- Watch for the cheerful Mood Whiplash towards the middle.
- And who can forget the Tammy songs?
- The opening theme of the series. It's an instrumental piece called "Having An Average Weekend" by a band called Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet.
- "Funny Aneurysm" Moment - anticipated in the public television fundraising parody sketch.
Mark: Call in now! Unless this is a rerun. In which case I wonder if I'm dead.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Younger viewers checking out the show for the first time will probably recognize Dave Foley as Flik, Chris, or the Yes-Man.
- Ho Yay - And not just in the sketches. Dave Foley is probably more responsible for people questioning their sexuality than any other Kid...
Dave Foley: Kevin got a little obsessed with some of the women I’d play. He’d stare at me with these puppy dog eyes. Even some of the crew members would come in and go, “You gonna be that redhead tonight?” If I said no, they’d get all sad. 
- One-Scene Wonder: Paul Bellini, though he does get a Day in the Limelight sketch in the "Touch Paul Bellini" contest.
- He's credited as a writer on the show. He was probably the only one (other than the five cast members) willing to appear in public in nothing but a towel.
- He also had the last line of the show, while dancing on the Kids' grave.
Paul: Thank God that's finally over!
- They Just Didn't Care: Played with in one sketch.