History EdEddNEddy / TropesAToG

8th Jun '18 11:27:01 PM annette12
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** ''Sir Ed-A-Lot,'' Jimmy was shown to be just as bratty as Sarah. Later episodes establish Jimmy as a timid NiceGuy who usually lets his mischievous side show when he gets [[BewareTheNiceOnes pushed too far]].
8th Jun '18 11:22:33 PM annette12
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*** Similarly, Eddy was more willing to confront or intentionally antagonize Kevin. Later episodes have Eddy try to avoid pissing Kevin off for fear of getting beaten up.
8th Jun '18 8:59:07 PM Animeking1108
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*** Similarly, Eddy was more willing to confront or intentionally antagonize Kevin. Later episodes have Eddy try to avoid pissing Kevin off for fear of getting beaten up.


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** ''Sir Ed-A-Lot,'' Jimmy was shown to be just as bratty as Sarah. Later episodes establish Jimmy as a timid NiceGuy who usually lets his mischievous side show when he gets [[BewareTheNiceOnes pushed too far]].
1st Jun '18 2:46:51 PM RedScharlach
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** The animation also seemed alot more restricted and understated in the first few seasons. Compare a season 1 episode to a season 5 episode, and the animation style is far more exaggerated and 'wacky.'

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** The animation also seemed alot a lot more restricted and understated in the first few seasons. Compare a season 1 episode to a season 5 episode, and the animation style is far more exaggerated and 'wacky.'



* BittersweetEnding: A lot; it's the closest things the Eds get to actual happy endings.
** "Knock Knock, Who's Ed?" - Ed finally gets to see his 8-hour movie marathon, but his friends don't really like what they see.
** "Dear Ed" - Jonny and Plank are back together, but Eddy doesn't get his quarter, though the Eds and Jimmy ends the episodes with some dancing.
** "Rent-A-Ed" - Even though Ed destroyed Jonny's house, the Eds [[KarmaHoudini actually get away with the money]].
** "X Marks the Ed" - Rolf makes Eddy's zit disappear, but it ends up shrinking his head.
** "Ed Overboard" - Edd and Eddy manage to save Ed from the Kankers with the Urban Rangers' help, but shortly after, the rangers take Ed away after they get covered in make-up.
** "Run For Your Ed" - the Kankers actually leave the Eds alone, but the cul-de-sac is still in ruin, and Eddy gets his finger stuck in a faucet after the Eds hid in Edd's kitchen sink.
** "A Fistful of Ed" - Eddy loses all respect he's accumulated, but he manages to get the Kankers to go away.
** "The Day the Ed Stood Still" - The Eds manage to stop Ed's rampage, but everyone in the entire Cul-De-Sac (sans the Kanker Sisters) is understandably enraged. They are also [[StickySituation stuck to Ed's wall via chewed up Chunky Puffs]].
** "An Ed Too Many" - The Eds manage to get Jimmy and Sarah back together, making Sarah forget about her crush on Double D and thus getting her to leave them alone, but Eddy, blaming the FourLeafClover they found at the beginning of the episode for the events, throws it away. It is subsequently found by Jonny, who has a sudden string of good fortune, much to Eddy's chagrin. Oh, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Ed's still hungry]].
** "Virt-Ed-Go"- The Ed's treehouse for their club scam is taken over by the Kanker Sisters, but the tree-house was poorly-made and looked like it could fall at any moment.
** "Will Work for Ed" - Eddy forces Ed to work for Rolf, who's a BadBoss. Edd manages to get them in good terms, and both him and Ed get Jawbreakers while Eddy has to work for himself. One of the few episodes that ends with the Eds getting what they want with minor damage overall and no scams needed for it.
** "Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?" - Eddy spends the episode in {{Jerkass}} mode earning money out of Double D's and Ed's misery. By the end, Double D and Ed get sick of his bullshit and manage to repay everything he's done to everyone by using his own scam against him.

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* BittersweetEnding: A lot; it's the closest things the Eds get to actual happy endings.
** "Knock Knock, Who's Ed?" - -- Ed finally gets to see his 8-hour movie marathon, but his friends don't really like what they see.
** "Dear Ed" - -- Jonny and Plank are back together, but Eddy doesn't get his quarter, though the Eds and Jimmy ends the episodes with some dancing.
** "Rent-A-Ed" - -- Even though Ed destroyed Jonny's house, the Eds [[KarmaHoudini actually get away with the money]].
** "X Marks the Ed" - -- Rolf makes Eddy's zit disappear, but it ends up shrinking his head.
** "Ed Overboard" - -- Edd and Eddy manage to save Ed from the Kankers with the Urban Rangers' help, but shortly after, the rangers take Ed away after they get covered in make-up.
** "Run For Your Ed" - -- the Kankers actually leave the Eds alone, but the cul-de-sac is still in ruin, and Eddy gets his finger stuck in a faucet after the Eds hid in Edd's kitchen sink.
** "A Fistful of Ed" - -- Eddy loses all respect he's accumulated, but he manages to get the Kankers to go away.
** "The Day the Ed Stood Still" - -- The Eds manage to stop Ed's rampage, but everyone in the entire Cul-De-Sac (sans the Kanker Sisters) is understandably enraged. They are also [[StickySituation stuck to Ed's wall via chewed up Chunky Puffs]].
** "An Ed Too Many" - -- The Eds manage to get Jimmy and Sarah back together, making Sarah forget about her crush on Double D and thus getting her to leave them alone, but Eddy, blaming the FourLeafClover they found at the beginning of the episode for the events, throws it away. It is subsequently found by Jonny, who has a sudden string of good fortune, much to Eddy's chagrin. Oh, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Ed's still hungry]].
** "Virt-Ed-Go"- "Virt-Ed-Go"-- The Ed's treehouse for their club scam is taken over by the Kanker Sisters, but the tree-house was poorly-made and looked like it could fall at any moment.
** "Will Work for Ed" - -- Eddy forces Ed to work for Rolf, who's a BadBoss. Edd manages to get them in good terms, and both him and Ed get Jawbreakers while Eddy has to work for himself. One of the few episodes that ends with the Eds getting what they want with minor damage overall and no scams needed for it.
** "Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?" - -- Eddy spends the episode in {{Jerkass}} mode earning money out of Double D's and Ed's misery. By the end, Double D and Ed get sick of his bullshit and manage to repay everything he's done to everyone by using his own scam against him.



** The Eds constantly attempt (and often fail) to make money by scamming the kids - although they never think of getting a regular allowance from their parents nor doing chores to get the money.

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** The Eds constantly attempt (and often fail) to make money by scamming the kids - -- although they never think of getting a regular allowance from their parents nor doing chores to get the money.



* DiggingToChina: "For Your Ed Only" - Johnny hits the ground so hard he pops up in China. "Just like in the cartoons!"

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* DiggingToChina: "For Your Ed Only" - -- Johnny hits the ground so hard he pops up in China. "Just like in the cartoons!"



** "Oath to an Ed" sees the Eds trying - and failing miserably - to earn a badge to become Urban Rangers, which involves such mundane tasks as microwaving a burrito, changing a roll of toilet paper, and ''laying in a hammock''. What really sells it is the end of the episode, when it's revealed that ''Plank'' succeeded where the Eds failed.

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** "Oath to an Ed" sees the Eds trying - -- and failing miserably - -- to earn a badge to become Urban Rangers, which involves such mundane tasks as microwaving a burrito, changing a roll of toilet paper, and ''laying in a hammock''. What really sells it is the end of the episode, when it's revealed that ''Plank'' succeeded where the Eds failed.



* EvilVersusEvil: Although it's debatable how "evil" he is, Eddy may be a sneaky con artist who will stoop to any measure to get what he wants, but the kids he's scamming aren't exactly saints either; also, Eddy whenever he encounters the Kankers, who want to love them... whether they like it or not: so technically, its the Eds' evil (scamming the kids for money) versus the other kids' evil (being unnecessarily cruel to the Eds and themselves most of the time) versus the Kankers' evil (terrifying the local populace because they seem to [[StockholmSyndrome Stockholming]] their crushes is an acceptable form of courtship).

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* EvilVersusEvil: Although it's debatable how "evil" he is, Eddy may be a sneaky con artist who will stoop to any measure to get what he wants, but the kids he's scamming aren't exactly saints either; also, Eddy whenever he encounters the Kankers, who want to love them... whether they like it or not: so technically, its it's the Eds' evil (scamming the kids for money) versus the other kids' evil (being unnecessarily cruel to the Eds and themselves most of the time) versus the Kankers' evil (terrifying the local populace because they seem to [[StockholmSyndrome Stockholming]] their crushes is an acceptable form of courtship).



** A comic version of the pilot episode ended as the Eds were running off to purchase jawbreakers with the money they gained - the actual show continued to them eating the jawbreakers, only for Jonny in a tire to run into them and make them lose them.

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** A comic version of the pilot episode ended as the Eds were running off to purchase jawbreakers with the money they gained - -- the actual show continued to them eating the jawbreakers, only for Jonny in a tire to run into them and make them lose them.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[Radar/EdEddNEddy Has it's own page]].

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[Radar/EdEddNEddy Has it's its own page]].



* TheGreatWhodini: Eddy, upon aquiring Double D's hypno-wheel, proclaims himself to be "The Great Eddy-dini".

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* TheGreatWhodini: Eddy, upon aquiring acquiring Double D's hypno-wheel, proclaims himself to be "The Great Eddy-dini".
18th May '18 2:07:44 PM MetaFour
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* FlashInThePanFad: Taken UpToEleven in the episode that centers around short-lived fads. The kids spend the day coming up with new fads every few ''minutes'', and the Eds desperately try to figure out how to keep up with them.
23rd Apr '18 9:25:01 AM Prinzenick
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* DisneySchoolOfActingAndMime: [[DefiedTrope Intentionally avoided.]] Danny Antonucci explicitly told his animators to avoid Disney-style acting and gestures when drawing for the show.
27th Mar '18 10:18:19 PM Khrunwahl02
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** In general, the only episodes where all three Eds do get a happy ending are "Sir Ed-a-Lot", "A Glass of Warm Ed", "Rent-a-Ed", "Dear Ed", The Valentine's Day Special, "May I Have This Ed?" and [[spoiler:TheMovie]].

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** In general, the only episodes where all three Eds do get a happy ending are "Sir Ed-a-Lot", "A Glass of Warm Ed", "Rent-a-Ed", "Dear Ed", The Valentine's Day Special, "May I Have This Ed?" and [[spoiler:TheMovie]].
12th Mar '18 6:53:44 AM MsCC93
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** In general, the only episodes where all three Eds do get a happy ending are "Sir Ed-a-Lot", "A Glass of Warm Ed", "Rent-a-Ed", "Dear Ed", "May I Have This Ed?" and [[spoiler:TheMovie]].

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** In general, the only episodes where all three Eds do get a happy ending are "Sir Ed-a-Lot", "A Glass of Warm Ed", "Rent-a-Ed", "Dear Ed", The Valentine's Day Special, "May I Have This Ed?" and [[spoiler:TheMovie]].
1st Mar '18 7:46:22 AM Khrunwahl02
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** In general, the only episodes that ended with the Eds ''not'' getting beaten up, getting their scam ruined, or otherwise humiliated are "A Glass of Warm Ed", "Rent-A-Ed" (the scams got ruined, but the Eds got a happy ending anyways), "Run For Your Ed", "The Day the Ed Stood Still", "A Fistful of Ed", "Dear Ed", "The Good Ol Ed", "Cleanliness is Next to Edliness", "May I Have This Ed?", the Valentine's Day special, and [[spoiler:TheMovie]].

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** In general, the only episodes that ended with the where all three Eds ''not'' getting beaten up, getting their scam ruined, or otherwise humiliated do get a happy ending are "Sir Ed-a-Lot", "A Glass of Warm Ed", "Rent-A-Ed" (the scams got ruined, but the Eds got a happy ending anyways), "Run For Your Ed", "The Day the Ed Stood Still", "A Fistful of Ed", "Rent-a-Ed", "Dear Ed", "The Good Ol Ed", "Cleanliness is Next to Edliness", "May I Have This Ed?", the Valentine's Day special, Ed?" and [[spoiler:TheMovie]].
1st Mar '18 7:33:24 AM Khrunwahl02
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** I Am Curious Ed focuses on Jimmy and Sarah instead of the Eds.

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** I Am Curious Ed focuses on Jimmy and Sarah instead of the Eds.Eds up to where the episode even put away the Eds until the first half was complete.
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