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.
The closing credits instrumental version of theme song, particularly the extended version with humming and just a bit of vocals at the end.
Ensemble DarkHorse: Nasty Jack from Paw and Order, to the point where he's playable in Mugen.
He's a Jack Nicholson reference in a Winnie The Pooh show. How can he not have fans?
Also Kessie. Everyone remembers Kessie.
Genius Bonus: In "No Rabbit's a Fortress," Gopher mentions that he has U235 in his arsenal of explosives.
So, wait, Gopher has access to the makings of an atomic bomb and a willingness to use them? That's it; I'm filing this one under Fridge Horror as well.
Ho Yay: On Valentine's Day, Tigger is first to play the romantic lead in the valentine Rabbit is directing, but when Rabbit tells him he's got to kiss Kanga, Tigger is disgusted and refuses. Rabbit pushes for it, and Tigger agrees to do the kiss...but then immediately leans over and kisses Rabbit instead.
Also, before this, Tigger tells Rabbit how "you always bounce the one you love". Now remind me, whose garden has Tigger been ruining by bouncing him through it on a daily basis..?
Once, Tigger lamented about how he hadn't given Rabbit a "good bouncin'" in days, saying, "I feel an empty spot in my life."
Nightmare Fuel: The Nightmare Dreams had by Piglet and Pooh in "There's No Camp Like Home" and "Balloonatics", respectively. Also, the one-shot villain Crud, who is a huge blob of slime who lives under Christopher Robin's bed, with Jim Cummings using the exact same voice he used for Robotnik in Sonic the Hedgehog.
The voices calling "Piiiigg-leeeeett" and Eeyore's screaming in Things That Go Piglet in the Night.