Adaptation Displacement: The Arcade Game has effectively displaced the Cartoon series in noteriety. Nowadays, you'll know a lot more people who have played the game, and mentioning the cartoon series to them will result in "This was based on a cartoon?"
Complete Monster: Skull Duggery, despite only appearing in the episodes "The Legend of Skull Duggery" and "Skull Duggery Rides Again", is one of the vilest villains to appear in the show. Skull Duggery was originally a old miner, by the name of Tom Duggery, who staked a silver claim and was too greedy to share it with anyone. He died in a cave in, but his ghost continued to haunt the mine. Marshall Moo's Kid Sidekick, Cody Calf, and 2 other kids go to the mine to look for the silver. Skull Duggery catches them, traps them in a mine shaft and fills it with water, attempting to drown the children. Marshall Moo saves the kids and causes another cave in, sealing Skull Duggery in his mine. However Skull Duggery escapes a year later. Obsessed with revenge against Marshall Moo, Skull Duggery recruits 2 other ghosts to help him. Skull Duggery plans to use a magic spell that rapidly ages everything, people and buildings alike, to destroy Cowtown.
The Gila Hooligans' preferred method of killing people: leaving them to die in the desert.
No Problem with Licensed Games: There was an arcade game released in 1992 by Konami with run-and-gun gameplay similar to Sunset Riders. Four players can play at once, and has plenty of stimulating action and good music.
So Bad, It's Good: The concept of the show is so ridiculous, people can't help but enjoy it.