- Ear Worm: The theme song.
- Hollywood Homely: In "Behind the Locked Door," Bonnie (Lynn Loring) says that her parents thought she wasn't beautiful, but her new husband says he thinks she is. After she dies, he looks at a picture of her and says she really was "plain as paper." Viewers might disagree.
- In "Night Fever," the quite attractive Colleen Dewhurst plays a nurse who is considered hopelessly plain by everyone, including herself.
- Memetic Mutation: The "Good evening" opening with Hitchcock's profile has been parodied countless times.
- The theme song is also pretty popular amongst cs188 followers due to its usage in several of his poops.
- Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped / Values Resonance: The very first episode "Revenge" brilliantly encapsulated both the harm of a False Rape Accusation (even in a case of mistaken identity), and the dangers of the court of public opinion.
- Take That!: Alfred's "cure" for fascism...Alfred: I've just come into possession of a cure for fascism. (displays several bullets on his desk) They come in capsule form. For best results, they must be taken internally. Here is the handy applicator. (brandishes a revolver)
YMMV / Alfred Hitchcock Presents