YMMV / Yoohoo and Friends

  • Alternate Character Interpretation: In a meta sense. Father Time is most often depicted as a stereotypical 'wise old man' with a long beard. Here he is a loud and obnoxious, but kind-hearted, blue-skinned man who casts spells with a club. He still has a beard, though.
  • Americans Hate Tingle: Many Koreans hate Feiss's Gag Dub of the series and was critically panned by a lot of critics for ruining the story in favor of actual useless gags. But it goes way beyond hating it, as Aurora Wold disowned the dub in favor of their own version.
  • Broken Base:
    • Many fans of the original claim the Gag Dub is a hideous defilement of the Yoohoo & Friends franchise, but others call it a necessary revamping of a generic cutesy cartoon (though a lot agree that they haven't gone about it the right way); there's also a few who think each version is good in its own way. Officially, the critics agreed with the former camp.
    • The Father Time scenes are either funny or just plain stupid and pointless.
  • Ear Worm: The English theme song.
  • Tastes Like Diabetes: The original show is this, even the toyline. The Gag Dub attempts to parody this, but falls into it regardless.
  • They Changed It, Now It Sucks: The general view for anyone who has seen the original Korean version will be put off by the Gag Dub that's full of stupid jokes and nonsense plots.
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: The later episodes get so ridiculous and silly. The so-called "product" the YooHoos have to fix, barely having any relevance in the episode. For example:
    • The Rhino episode has Nasty Corp kidnapping a rhino mother in order to market their Rhinoplasty, which apparently involves surgically implanting a rhino horn onto a person's face. The rest of the episode has the Yoohoos getting the babysitting the baby rhino so he can tell them where his mother is.
    • In "Weeping Willow", an anthropomorthic tree that cries is used to make tissues, and it's tears end up creating a flood that serves as the premise of the episode. While the tree itself doesn't appear until the final minute of the show.