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.
Angst? What Angst?: You'd think Word Girl would express more sadness over a good friend of hers who wrote the book that taught her what she knows about being a superhero (Dr. Boxleitner) turning into her arch enemy than she does.
Maybe she knows more about him, such as a love of cheese, so that she's not quite as sorrowed over his change. Plus, the Doctor has had his decent moments.
Jerkass Woobie: Victoria Best, who is mainly motivated by the desire to make her parents proud.
It's hard not to feel bad for Tobey. He has poor social skills, is terrified of his mother, and is primarily motivated by his hopeless crush on Wordgirl. Plus he seems to be one of the few characters to realize he's Surrounded by Idiots which is why his only friends are robots.
Browsing through deviantART, Dr. Two Brains, possibly the fan-favorite villain, can be seen shipped (both jokingly and seriously) with WordGirl/Becky, Leslie, Lady Redundant Woman, Steve McClean, Glen Furlblam, and The Butcher. Many of these ships even include Dr. Two Brains' previous identity, Professor Steven Boxleitner.
Dr. Two-Brains also gets drawn as Bishounen levels of sexy.
Ship Mates: If a fan ships WordGirl and Tobey, it might just as well be required that they also conveniently ship Scoops/Violet. Inversely, the shippers of WordGirl and anyone else are just as likely to ship Violet and Tobey.
Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: The "Miss Powers" story-line. Words have a lot of power so be very careful how you use them and "sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me" is a load of bull.
Talking to Themself: Seen in the short "Mouse Trap" when Dr. Two Brains argues with his former self, Steven Boxleitner.
This has happened many times; an example would be when Two Brains rebuked TJ in "The Homerun King"
This in fact is what makes Little Mittens so successful at stopping WordGirl in "Meat with a Side of Cute".
WordGirl herself is very cute indeed. Her sparkly eyes and the way she plays with her Pretty Princess toys is just too cute to stand.
Too Dumb to Live: This may be an edutainment show, but the fact that many adults on the show don't know the meanings of words like "entire" or "impolite" is rather bizarre.
The townspeople have several moments of this as well. This is including, but not limited to, immediately trusting villains who have clearly been arrested in front of them before such as Granny May and The Butcher, and turning against WordGirl just because they're told to do so by said villains. And this is without the use of Mr. Big's mind control...