- Base-Breaking Character: Amy quickly either becomes someone's favorite or least favorite character of the series, especially in the earlier seasons with her horrid treatment of Jonah, though most seem to warm up to her by Season #3.
- Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Basically every transition (which focuses on various customers in the store) is one of these.
- Funny Moments: The aforementioned transitions
- Amy's facial expressions at any given moment.
- Glenn calling out his employees and swearing at them all the while keeping a smile on his face.
- Heartwarming Moments: Now has its own page
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Watching this* after "All-Nighter" reveals what a frustrated and downtrodden man Mark McKinney's Superstore character is.
- Squick: Cheyenne is played by a tall, pretty actress well into her late 20s, so it's sometimes easy to forget that the character is a teenager in high school. When you do, however, the highly sexual jokes (especially in Season 1, where she was 17) get uncomfortable. For starters, footage of her vagina as she enters (false) labor is accidentally aired on the display TVs, and a bunch of clearly much older men view it enthusiastically, with at least one sitting down to eat as he watches. In another episode, she notes that she has to move away from a seasonal employee who has a boner. Possibly an Intended Audience Reaction, or at least one can hope.
- Suspiciously Similar Song: The spoken-word verses of "Halloween Surfboard" are clearly a riff on Bobby Pickett's "Monster Mash."
- The Woobie: Poor Sandra...
YMMV / Superstore