Most gross-out humor in the show look either watered-down or too clean, making the show too clean for those who like gross-out and too gross for those who don't like it.
There is actually an episode about a zit on Pickle's buttocks. What makes this even worse is that this pimple on Pickle's butt cheek came from pimple removal cream (which doesn't make a lick of sense) and it makes him, as Peanut puts it, "a real lady magnet".
The voice actor for Peanut, Johnny Pemberton, insulted critics who panned the show on his official Twitter account, saying that the comments are "from cum-guzzling trolls with negative follower/following ratios." We kid you not!
This shows that Johnny Pemberton cannot handle even the slightest form of criticism.
Very inappropriate for kids and a Disney audience, with extreme violence and constant swear references, like in the episode "The Goose's Juice" for example. It also has several on-screen deaths.
One of its CGI Christmas specials, "Yellow Snow", looks comparable to the works of Video Brinquedo, if not worse, it looks hilariously awful. Seriously, if you need any proof, then see for yourself.
Stupid and forgettable soundtrack.
Despite being catchy, the theme song has no effort and sounds robotic (it sounds a lot like Robot Jones’ original text-to-speech voice). Mr. Enter and PhantomStrider described it as a four-year old's shopping list. The lyrics to the theme song also make no sense, as it literally just repeats the series' name over and over while listing random things.
It has some great 8-bit music.
The voice acting is good for some people.
Some jokes are not so bad.
While there are plenty of meaningless storylines, they can be really interesting and fun that they don't take seriously.
Because of its quality, the show may be considered intentionally bad.
The show is also considered to be so bad that it's good.
There are some funny moments.
Although the animation is mediocre and an excessive use of images and footages, it is extremely funny, since already remember to the Memes or Shitposts.
As mentioned earlier in #12, the outro theme and intro are catchy.