History EdEddNEddy / TropesHToP

7th May '16 8:35:59 PM TrendingToon1
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* NiceMeanAndInbetween: Edd is the nice one, always trying to find a reasonable, non-violent solution and apologizing for his friend's behavior. Eddy is the mean one, always getting the two others involved in his scams and screaming at them when he doesn't get his way. Ed is inbetween, not as mean as Eddy, but more impulsive than Edd. On occasion, this can switch to Ed (nice) and Edd (in-between), since Edd has been known to lose it a couple of times, and Ed doesn't have a malicious bone in his body. That is, unless there is a malicious rock in his shoe. The Kids Jonny and Nazz (nice), Kevin and Sarah (mean), and Jimmy and Rolf (inbetween), also the Kanker Sisters Lee (mean) Marie (inbetween) and May (nice).
5th May '16 8:21:10 AM MostDangerousChair
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* HeroAntagonist: Captain Melonhead and Splinter the Wonder Wood (AKA Johnny and Plank) in "Robbin' Ed".

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* HeroAntagonist: Captain Melonhead and Splinter the Wonder Wood (AKA Johnny and Plank) in "Robbin' Ed". Ed," [[spoiler: before (supposedly) going full on villain in the movie's VERY end.]]
5th May '16 8:16:51 AM MostDangerousChair
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** Not to mention, the art and tone also shifted in the show after being uncancelled. While the earlier episodes were more [[CaptainObvious cartoony]] and brightly colorful with (typically) a whole lot of noise and madness appearing on screen, the later episodes actually have a bit of detail drawn into them[[note]] like when one of the kids damages property in the school, another camera angle or even later scene with the area of damage in view ''still actually has damage shown'' [[/note]], and the colors of the show have been somewhat muted down a notch, what with it no longer summer and now fall and winter. And not to mention, the show also had A LOT more quieter moments without dialogue or sounds outside of the music.
20th Apr '16 4:15:27 PM cookieman
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* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Even though the Eds have been shown to fail several scams, there have been instances (off-screen) that they kept their profits, meaning that although not shown initially, they probably had their jawbreakers. The Eds seemed to also have had enough money to bribe the Kanker Sisters (except Eddy, who was too greedy to do so) at the end of "Luck of the Ed".
11th Apr '16 7:39:58 PM lloyd22
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* TheLoad: Ironically enough, Eddy, the leader of the trio, has played this role to the Eds in more than a few occasions. The episode ''A Twist of Ed'' is the most notorious example. Double D conceives the idea to use reverse psychology on the Kanker sisters to get them off the Eds' back. It works well until Eddy breaks a sweat, which causes the Kanker sisters to catch on and flip the script on the Eds.
3rd Jan '16 12:10:14 PM notShemp
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* NobodysThatDumb: In season 4, "Here's Mud in Your Ed", after Eddy realizes that Rolf and Jimmy scammed him with a fake money tree seed and bangs on Rolf's front door demanding he get his stuff back, Rolf offers that he will give Eddy the "real" money tree seed if he stops. Edd tells Rolf that Eddy wouldn't fall for the same trick twice but he's proven wrong when Eddy agrees to it and the "real" money tree seed he receives is just a bolt. Ed even comments that even ''he'' isn't that gullible.
11th Nov '15 4:31:30 PM thecartoontitan
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** Double D could count. Sarah, Marie, May, and Ana's have expressed interest in him at points.

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** Double D could count. Sarah, Marie, May, and Ana's Nazz's have expressed interest in him at points.
11th Nov '15 4:30:19 PM thecartoontitan
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**Double D could count. Sarah, Marie, May, and Ana's have expressed interest in him at points.
20th Sep '15 11:04:55 AM spiritsunami
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** The Eds have their ''middle'' names revealed, so presumably they ''have'' last names, we're just never told what they are. Also, it's a bit ambiguous as to whether Jonny has his last name given or not (though the fact that most official materials write it as "2x4" rather than writing out the words suggests it's a nickname given to him for constantly talking to a piece of wood).
17th Sep '15 12:03:36 AM annette12
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** Besides the first episode, Edd is only ever Edd like in the title (and not Double D) when there is a TitleDrop but this happens rarely (like Jimmy saying "No Ed, Edd, or Eddy! Hallelujah! Let's go to my house and party!")

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** Besides the first episode, Edd is only ever called Edd like in the title (and not Double D) when there is a TitleDrop but this happens rarely (like Jimmy saying "No Ed, Edd, or Eddy! Hallelujah! Let's go to my house and party!")
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