* EarWorm: The theme song.
* EpicRiff: That ''blast'' of bassy synthesizer that starts off the theme song. It's like being hit in the face with a Casio.
* JerkassWoobie: Rhinokey becomes this in "Pests For A Pet".
* {{Moe}}: Moosel and to a somewhat lesser extent, Butterbear.
* NightmareFuel: "Bumblelion and the Terrified Forest" is full of it, which is fitting because the episode's ''horror movie pastiche''.
** Butterbear being kidnapped by dingbats and spirited away to the castle of the "vampire witch of the Terrified Forest", which itself is a creepy fate, given that both Bumblelion and Hoppo are visibly terrified of the notion.
** The dingbats themselves; horrible humanoid wolf-like creatures with bat-like wings and exaggerated, vampire-like fangs. Despite being characteristic bungling goofs, they are shown to have a distinct sadistic streak, as shown when they sabotage a bridge over a ravine that almost kills Hoppo when it gives way under her.
** The first thing that Bumblelion and Hoppo see when they enter the Terrified Forest is a sign pointing the way to the vampire witch's castle, with some creepy "faced trees" in the background. When Bumblelion tries to boast that he's not scared, those trees come to life, speaking in a groaning voice that sounds like a chorus of damned souls. The camera zooms in close on their horrible faces - [[NightmareFace gaping, twisted mouths paired with deep, skull-like eyes]] - as they warn the Wuzzles to turn back before starting up a chorus of moans that encourages the two Wuzzles to beat feet.
** After they get past the aforementioned sabotaged bridge, Bumblelion and Hoppo find themselves attacked by a swarm of starving piranhakeets - imagine flying cartoon piranhas.
** Just getting into the vampire witch's castle requires getting past a moat full of ferocious crocodile-boar monsters.
** The sequence when Bumblelion and Hoppo are exploring the vampire witch's castle, separated from other and trying to stealthily explore the creepy place (complete with portraits whose eyes move to follow them) whilst avoiding the attention of the monstrous gorrantula that's stalking them. It's especially tense because Transylvia, the vampire witch who used to reside there, had explicitly mentioned the last six people she'd sent to the castle to retrieve the butterberries she needs to defeat the gorrantula had never made it back alive.
** Then there's the episode's climax; Hoppo, being at the top tower whilst Bumblelion is on the ground outside, decides to have some fun and play a little DamselInDistress routine - completely unaware that the gorrantula is ''right behind her''. Which then leads us to finally seeing the monster in the flesh: ''a disembodied KillerGorilla head scuttling about on eight spider's legs''. One big enough to swallow Hoppo whole. No wonder Transylvia packed her stuff and left rather than face the thing without a shrinking potion!
* ValuesDissonance: As mentioned on the main page, there are a lot of unflattering jokes about Hoppo's weight, up to and including making the ground shake ''just by walking.'' They were probably going for cartoonish exaggeration, but now feel like cruel fat-shaming.
* TheWoobie: Moosel. Especially in the episodes "Horray For Hollywuz" and "Moosel's Monster". In the Hollywuz episode, Hoppo pretty much treats him as a doormat and in "Moosel's Monster", the other Wuzzles yell at him for his over active imagination causing him to slowly waddle home. With tears in his eyes, Moosel laments that no one would want to be his friend with his overactive imagination and that he's his only best friend. This scene just makes you want to reach into your screen and give the poor moose-seal hybrid a good cuddle.
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