- The Cast Showoff: Koichi Yamadera. Not only does he do the voices of roughly all the male (and some female) characters in the shorts, but he gets to sing in YAMADELOID. And man, can he sing.
- Covered Up: Asian Pirates (or "Asia no Kaizoku"), an old enka song, done for YAMADELOID.
- Crossdressing Voices: Yamadera as Alter Egova in Kanón, and Hayashibara as Tokio in Tokio and the Moon's Shadow.
- Fan Nickname:
- "Cockroach Girl" for the protagonist of 20 min. Walk.
- "the Singing Robot short" for YAMADELOID.
- Market-Based Title:
- Conte (Hitman) 1989 was called Comedy Skit 1989 for the Western release.
- "Ragnarok" had the title "Hello from the Countries of the World" in its original language.
- Official Fan-Submitted Content: An official contest ran on Nico Nico Douga to find three different variant openings to run during shorts. The winners can be found here: Hikawa Prize winning short, Tsurumaki Prize winning short, Maeda Prize winning short
- Relationship Voice Actor: Megumi Hayashibara and Kōichi Yamadera have voiced together before as Girl Ranma and Ryoga, Spike Spiegel and Faye Valentine. And as Kaji and Yui, Rei, and Pen-Pen. And sometimes in the same Pokémon movie as Jessie and one of the legendary Pokemon. Yeah. They see each other a lot...
- Talking to Himself: Kōichi Yamadera and Megumi Hayashibara, the sole two voice actors in the entire series of shorts. This means that every male and female role is played by them, and only them.
- The Danza: Koichi Yamadera as YAMADELOID.
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