@swengzju Yes, and it might be a good thing as long as you really understand it.
collections.Counter once in a top tech company onsite interview, and that interviewer did have doubts about how it works, so I showed him how to implement it. Eventually, the company decided to add a couple of interviews for me, and then I had to withdraw from the hiring process because it dragged too long.
As a result, I'm not rejected or accepted because of using
collections.Counter. I don't think it had an negative impact on me.
However, if an interviewer wants to clarify implementation details of Python with you, it may create great opportunities to show them how good you really are. I believe it actually helped me getting an offer from another top tech company by explaining
bisect library in details to a very senior interviewer.