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 it was critically panned by a lot of critics for its Cut-and-Paste Translation. Aurora Wold went further by disowning the dub in favor of their own version.
  • Base-Breaking Character: Either Father Time gives some much-needed character to what was a dull, generic Tastes Like Diabetes show, or he's an annoying lout who hogs too much of the screentime.
  • 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 what was a bland generic cutesy cartoon; there's also a few who think each version is good in its own way. Officially, the critics agreed with the former camp.
  • 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 occasionally falls into it regardless.
  • 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 Yoo Hoos getting the babysitting the baby rhino so he can tell them where his mother is.
    • In "Weeping Willow", an anthropomorphic tree that cries is used to make tissues, and its 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.