- Idiot Plot: When Crandall turns into his superhero persona, the only thing he changes is his clothes. He doesn't even wear a mask, and has his real name right in his superhero name, which is basically just giving away his secret identity. Yet somehow, his own mother can't recognize him when he's wearing the costume. Subverted by the last episode, in which she reveals she's known the whole time.
- Mainstream Obscurity: Rarely seen or discussed after its brief stint on Disney's afternoon lineup.
- Nightmare Fuel: In the episode where everyone is getting replaced by robot copies, the trio finds the villain's hideout and uncover various people who have been replaced, including Crandall's mom and sister. Crandall is gung-ho about finding out who else has been captured...and then finds Rope Girl and Skate Lad in the next two pods. What that means clicks into place but a moment too late. The switch between Rope Girl and Skate Lad's normal behavior and their robotic counterparts' actions is disturbing and it doesn't help that it can be hard to tell if they're just trying to capture him or kill him.
- So Okay, It's Average: Described as being the most basic of cartoon shows with nothing really memorable that makes it stand out. Not a horrible show, but just nothing special either.
- They Copied It, So It Sucks!: The show came about at the height of The Powerpuff Girls' popularity and is often claimed to have copied their formula. While it does have a few similarities, the show was different enough to not be an out-and-out carbon copy.
- Toy Ship: Crandall and Brenda. Writer Phil Walsh later confirmed in an interview that they were intended to "end up together as adults".
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