- Anvilicious: In the scenes between the credits of the final episode, Big Mac soapboxes about how it's fine to take pride in something you like, but shoving it down other peoples' throats is overbearing and problematic. In the context of the episode, he's referring to the Judge's behaviour outside the courtroom, but it's also a shot at the more overzealous members of the brony community.
- Archive Panic: There are six videos in the series. Said six videos roughly total up to nine hours long.
- Awesome Music:
- The main reason why this stopped being a written work was so this could be used. Understandable, considering what both series have to offer. Part 1 only used Ace Attorney soundtrack, and the following episodes added Friendship Is Magic soundtrack and original tracks to the mix.
- Some of the original songs are pretty amazing on their own right: Crusading! fits Apple Bloom perfectly, Denial and Memories will make you incredibly sad, and Towards the Thruth does a great job at capturing the essence of Ace Attorney's iconic Pursuit themes.
- End of the Storm is a somewhat upbeat and melancholic medley between Friendship is Magic's main theme, Turnabout Sisters from Ace Attorney, and the original theme Memories. It greatly captures the sense of finality of the crossover's conclusion.
- Big Lipped Alligator Moment: The Cupcakes reference, triggered by a discussion about ladders of all things!
regal. However, on a male pony the porcupine look might look good, especially if it's to draw attention. Viewing it like this lessens the aneurysm a bit.
- The exact meaning of the black Psyche-locks hadn't fully been established when they debuted in Apollo Justice, and had in fact been theorized to be unbreakable, but Twilight mentions not wanting to break them. Come Dual Destinies, they're very much breakable and every bit as tragic as implied here.