History DethroningMoment / EdEddNEddy

20th Feb '18 11:43:53 AM MsCC93
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** Animeking1108: Unlike everyone else, I actually sympathize with Jimmy. My problem with this episode was how the kids reacted to Jimmy's humiliation. While I expected [[JerkAss Eddy, Kevin]], and maybe [[TheDitz Ed and Jonny]] to laugh at Jimmy, the fact that [[NiceGuy Edd, Rolf,]] [[NiceGirl and Nazz]] were laughing too was just sickening. It's especially jarring with Nazz since she actually called out everyone else for laughing at Jimmy after he got chased by Victor. This episode was one big OutOfCharacterMoment.
12th Jan '18 6:19:33 PM nombretomado
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21st Dec '17 12:28:16 PM MelancholyUtopia
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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: Surprised no one has added it yet, I'm withdrawing my previous addition to "Your Ed Here" and making an entry for the fans' unanimously agreed bad episode, "Sorry, Wrong Ed". What's so bad about it? Edd is an uncharacteristic, smug asshole who rivals [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Lisa Simpson]] in the [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist]] department, that's what. To put this JerkassBall into context: It begins with Rolf burying a telephone in the belief that it's cursed. Eddy, ignoring the "cursed" part and thinks "free phone!" decides to take it home. A series of accidents happen in which Eddy is seriously injured, but only upon answering the phone, and after a while, begins to believe it really is cursed. Now, each time Eddy gets hurt, Edd is either making self-righteous quips about the phone not being superstitious, or sarcastic, insensitive remarks. Oh, and Eddy makes a reasonable suggestion that maybe one should test it before putting down a verdict, and Edd just gets confused, as if it was completely past him to do that. Who's the smart one here again? The worst part has got to be the ending, however. After ridding the phone off on Jonny, Eddy is happy because now none of the phone's "curses" will get him any longer. Then he gets into a series of accidents again, including getting hit by a falling tree, struck by lightning and crushed by a freaking house. Instead of showing concern for Eddy, Double D begins to rub the "the phone is not here so this must be a coincidence" facts right in his harmed face. In the last one, with Eddy being crushed by the house, Edd just shouts "Coincidence, Eddy!" I know that the show is {{Slapstick}}, but there is a damn limit! Not to mention Edd is supposed to be a concerning TeamMom who's genuinely nice to everyone, not a dagnab {{Jerkass}}. Double D wouldn't, and shouldn't, do something like that to anyone. This whole episode is so stupid.

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* Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: Surprised no one has added it yet, I'm withdrawing my previous addition to "Your Ed Here" and making an entry for the fans' unanimously agreed bad episode, "Sorry, Wrong Ed". What's so bad about it? Edd is an uncharacteristic, smug asshole who rivals [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Lisa Simpson]] in the [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist]] department, that's what. To put this JerkassBall into context: It begins with Rolf burying a telephone in the belief that it's cursed. Eddy, ignoring the "cursed" part and thinks "free phone!" decides to take it home. A series of accidents happen in which Eddy is seriously injured, but only upon answering the phone, and after a while, begins to believe it really is cursed. Now, each time Eddy gets hurt, Edd is either making self-righteous quips about the phone not being superstitious, or sarcastic, insensitive remarks. Oh, and Eddy makes a reasonable suggestion that maybe one should test it before putting down a verdict, and Edd just gets confused, as if it was completely past him to do that. Who's the smart one here again? The worst part has got to be the ending, however. After ridding the phone off on Jonny, Eddy is happy because now none of the phone's "curses" will get him any longer. Then he gets into a series of accidents again, including getting hit by a falling tree, struck by lightning and crushed by a freaking house. Instead of showing concern for Eddy, Double D begins to rub the "the phone is not here so this must be a coincidence" facts right in his harmed face. In the last one, with Eddy being crushed by the house, Edd just shouts "Coincidence, Eddy!" I know that the show is {{Slapstick}}, but there is a damn limit! Not to mention Edd is supposed to be a concerning TeamMom who's genuinely nice to everyone, not a dagnab {{Jerkass}}. The episode made it look like he was more concerned about being right rather than the welfare of his friend. Double D wouldn't, and shouldn't, do something like that to anyone.anyone; that's not the type of person he is. This whole episode is so stupid.
9th Aug '17 12:37:39 AM MelancholyUtopia
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* Tropers/{{Komatsuzaki}}: Is nobody going to point out the [[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunate Implications]] of what the Kankers do to the Eds several times throughout the series? Ostensibly it's "just kissing". In reality, it's sexual assault. And it's [[PlayedForLaughs Played For Laughs]]. If [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale the genders were switched, something tells me nobody would be laughing]].
25th Jun '17 5:10:41 PM Supreme-X15
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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. Necessary? Debatable at best, as Eddy stated that no one was interested in Double D's safety club idea for the past two years, so that would mean accidents in the snow are few and far between, but Jimmy's the only one more accident prone than anyone else, so naturally he'd be interested. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their safety club efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", becomes completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. Not that I liked him much to begin with, but this episode just paints [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jimmy]] in an even more negative light than before. Jimmy has almost always been a wimp, but how can making a snow angel hurt that badly? "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.

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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. Necessary? Debatable at best, as Eddy stated that no one was interested in Double D's safety club idea for the past two years, so that would mean accidents in the snow are few and far between, but Jimmy's the only one more accident prone than anyone else, so naturally he'd be interested. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their safety club efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", becomes completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. Not that I liked him much to begin with, but this episode just paints [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jimmy]] in an even more negative light than before. Jimmy has almost always been a wimp, but how can making a snow angel hurt that badly? Nearly every episode where Jimmy has the spotlight seems to only sour his character. "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.
12th Jun '17 6:32:53 AM MsCC93
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** MsCC93: My moment would be the episode "X Marks The Ed" when Eddy discovers that a pimple is growing on top of his head. Out of all people, Johnny, who is annoying, but yet he has his moments of kindness, decides to become a complete jerk to Eddy by making fun of Eddy along with Ed and eventually getting the kids to pay to see Eddy's pimple. The kids were complete assholes because Eddy didn't do anything to anyone in this episode to deserve the humiliation he endured. To make it even worse, when Eddy tries to walk to Rolf's house, the kids still try to harass Eddy and their harassing is only shown with pictures. The most irritating picture I saw was the picture of Sarah, the local [[SpoiledBrat brat]], pulling off Eddy's towel to expose his pimple! The ending didn't even make it better because Eddy still didn't look like his normal self.

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** * MsCC93: My moment would be the episode "X Marks The Ed" when Eddy discovers that a pimple is growing on top of his head. Out of all people, Johnny, who is annoying, but yet he has his moments of kindness, decides to become a complete jerk to Eddy by making fun of Eddy along with Ed and eventually getting the kids to pay to see Eddy's pimple. The kids were complete assholes because Eddy didn't do anything to anyone in this episode to deserve the humiliation he endured. To make it even worse, when Eddy tries to walk to Rolf's house, the kids still try to harass Eddy and their harassing is only shown with pictures. The most irritating picture I saw was the picture of Sarah, the local [[SpoiledBrat brat]], pulling off Eddy's towel to expose his pimple! The ending didn't even make it better because Eddy still didn't look like his normal self.
12th Jun '17 6:32:36 AM MsCC93
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* Tropers/{{Komatsuzaki}}: Is nobody going to point out the [[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunate Implications]] of what the Kankers do to the Eds several times throughout the series? Ostensibly it's "just kissing". In reality, it's sexual assault. And it's [[PlayedForLaughs Played For Laughs]]. If [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale the genders were switched, something tells me nobody would be laughing]].

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* Tropers/{{Komatsuzaki}}: Is nobody going to point out the [[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunate Implications]] of what the Kankers do to the Eds several times throughout the series? Ostensibly it's "just kissing". In reality, it's sexual assault. And it's [[PlayedForLaughs Played For Laughs]]. If [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale the genders were switched, something tells me nobody would be laughing]].laughing]].
** MsCC93: My moment would be the episode "X Marks The Ed" when Eddy discovers that a pimple is growing on top of his head. Out of all people, Johnny, who is annoying, but yet he has his moments of kindness, decides to become a complete jerk to Eddy by making fun of Eddy along with Ed and eventually getting the kids to pay to see Eddy's pimple. The kids were complete assholes because Eddy didn't do anything to anyone in this episode to deserve the humiliation he endured. To make it even worse, when Eddy tries to walk to Rolf's house, the kids still try to harass Eddy and their harassing is only shown with pictures. The most irritating picture I saw was the picture of Sarah, the local [[SpoiledBrat brat]], pulling off Eddy's towel to expose his pimple! The ending didn't even make it better because Eddy still didn't look like his normal self.
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11th Jun '17 9:12:18 PM Komatsuzaki
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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. Necessary? Debatable at best, as Eddy stated that no one was interested in Double D's safety club idea for the past two years, so that would mean accidents in the snow are few and far between, but Jimmy's the only one more accident prone than anyone else, so naturally he'd be interested. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their safety club efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", becomes completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. Not that I liked him much to begin with, but this episode just paints [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jimmy]] in an even more negative light than before. Jimmy has almost always been a wimp, but how can making a snow angel hurt that badly? "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.

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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. Necessary? Debatable at best, as Eddy stated that no one was interested in Double D's safety club idea for the past two years, so that would mean accidents in the snow are few and far between, but Jimmy's the only one more accident prone than anyone else, so naturally he'd be interested. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their safety club efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", becomes completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. Not that I liked him much to begin with, but this episode just paints [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jimmy]] in an even more negative light than before. Jimmy has almost always been a wimp, but how can making a snow angel hurt that badly? "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.Jonny.
* Tropers/{{Komatsuzaki}}: Is nobody going to point out the [[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunate Implications]] of what the Kankers do to the Eds several times throughout the series? Ostensibly it's "just kissing". In reality, it's sexual assault. And it's [[PlayedForLaughs Played For Laughs]]. If [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale the genders were switched, something tells me nobody would be laughing]].
23rd Feb '17 3:28:30 PM Supreme-X15
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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", becomes completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. Not that I liked him much to begin with, but this episode just paints [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jimmy]] in an even more negative light than before. "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.

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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. Necessary? Debatable at best, as Eddy stated that no one was interested in Double D's safety club idea for the past two years, so that would mean accidents in the snow are few and far between, but Jimmy's the only one more accident prone than anyone else, so naturally he'd be interested. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their safety club efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", becomes completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. Not that I liked him much to begin with, but this episode just paints [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jimmy]] in an even more negative light than before. Jimmy has almost always been a wimp, but how can making a snow angel hurt that badly? "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.
14th Feb '17 12:06:45 AM Supreme-X15
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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", goes from a [[TheWoobie sympathetic wuss]] (or just a wuss plain and simple as I see him) to completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.

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* Tropers/{{Supreme-X15}}: "Look Before You Ed", the supposed final episode of the series, left me bitter. Winter rolls around, and the only one not happy about it is Jimmy, who unsurprisingly, is at his most vulnerable during this season. Double D is sympathetic towards Jimmy and the two decide to make a safety club to make sure everyone is "safe". Admirable? Yes. The only problem is that Eddy and Ed keep screwing around while Double D and Jimmy try to take their efforts seriously. Eventually, Jimmy gets fed up with the Eds, quits, and makes his own successful safety club. The episode ends with everyone going home and leaving the Eds being stuck in an ice cage, because Jimmy perceives them to be the main threat to safety. And this is supposed to be the final episode?! This rubbed me the wrong way more than almost anything else in the series. Jimmy, although nowhere near evil as he was in his infamous revenge scheme in "If It Smells Like An Ed", goes from a [[TheWoobie sympathetic wuss]] (or just a wuss plain and simple as I see him) to becomes completely unsympathetic the moment he left the Eds in that ice cage, and as mentioned several times before, Double D is the [[NiceGuy nice guy]], and didn't deserve this treatment. I get that most things don't go right for the Eds, but this is a cruel way to end the series. Not that I liked him much to begin with, but this episode just paints [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jimmy]] in an even more negative light than before. "May I Have This Ed", the segment before this one at least had a happier ending, since the Eds for once managed to escape unscathed. It should have been the last episode, not this poor excuse for a finale. At least we got the [[BigDamnMovie Big Picture Show]] as the real finale to the series, since the Eds are [[EarnYourHappyEnding finally accepted by the kids]], minus Jonny.
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