- Family-Unfriendly Aesop: An abusive, emotionally manipulative man who kills you in an unprovoked assault on a teenager? Stick with him! He just needs love!
- Les Yay: By the boat load. All dolls are very attached to their master, and the main character masters are all girls.
- Tastes Like Diabetes: At points, especially the last few minutes of the finale.
- What Do You Mean, It's Not for Little Girls?: Boasts Tastes Like Diabetes moments and cutsey designs, but was made specifically for the Seinen crowd to air very late at night.
- White and Grey Morality/Good vs. Good: Depending on the interpretation, neither the Big Bad nor the Protagonist are in any way evil. The former needs to collect data from a number of cards to be able to restore her first friend, and sets up a mutual help group that can get her the cards as part of its operation. The latter merely wants to be friends and stay friends with her dolls. Unfortunately, collecting data from the dolls results in Laser-Guided Amnesia which would have the Protagonist lose her friends. The more involved and serious issues are raised in the background of the main plot.
YMMV / Fantasista Doll