- Ensemble Dark Horse: Snuffles got popularity for his signature bribery routine, leading him to be a mascot of different cereals and parodied from time to time.
- Snagglepuss got his start here and was on 4 different episodes before getting his own series of shorts.
- Fair for Its Day: Baba Looey hovers near the borders of Ethnic Scrappy, but is obviously so much smarter than the *ahem* "white" horse Quick Draw that is can be forgiven.
- Foe Yay/Ho Yay: It's probably nothing more than narcissism, but Quick Draw and his Criminal Doppelgänger, Horse-Face Harry, will refer to each other as handsome or good-looking.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: It's hard to watch FLCL with its rampant use of guitars as blunt weapons and not think "EL KABONG!" at least once.
- Memetic Mutation
- "EEEEEEL KA-BONG!!"
- "And don't you forget eet!"
- Periphery Demographic: When it premiered in 1959, the show was very popular among grown-ups as well as with kids. Same thing with The Huckleberry Hound Show the year before that.
- Woolseyism: The Latin American dub made this show very popular among Spanish speakers. Among other things, it gives Baba Looey, known there as Pepe Trueno, a heavy Mexico City accent, and gives Quick Draw, known as Tiro Loco, an American accent... until their voices were changed for the later Quick Draw cartoons. In Spanish. Much funnier than the native English version.
YMMV / Quick Draw McGraw