History EdEddNEddy / TropesHToP

23rd Dec '16 1:09:21 PM MadAnthony94
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* TheOldCountry: Rolf's indeterminate home country. The people eat weird meat dishes in abundance (Italy?), wore Lederhosen and yodeled (Switzerland?), and all the locals including ''animals'' wore wooden shoes (Netherlands?; when the Eds try to fool him into believing he's returned they wear costumes ranging from Russian babushkas to kilts with powdered wigs, and Rolf doesn't bat an eye.
6th Dec '16 2:12:21 PM Stolen_Moment
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* HurricaneOfPuns: The episode 'They call him Mr Ed' is about nothing but puns on the word 'Up', which then switches to the word 'Down', and climaxing when [[GoneHorriblyRight the Eds are all the way Up on the moon with no way Down.]]
28th Nov '16 1:27:31 PM ectostar
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22nd Sep '16 4:31:34 AM 59Efra
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* LethallyStupid: Ed.

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* LethallyStupid: Ed.Ed caused massive property damage and physical injury through things and people around him through a mix of [[LiteralMinded Literal Mindedness]], [[CannotTellFictionFromReality inability to tell fiction from reality]] and [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength not knowing his own strength]]. In fact some episodes revolve around his dangerous idiocy.
-->'''Eddy:''' Why do you always have to WRECK EVERYTHING!?
11th Aug '16 9:56:22 PM FactoidCow
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* MistakenFromBehind: Done twice in "In Like Ed". Eddy tries to hit on Nazz at a party, only for it to turn out to be Edd in disguise. A minute later, Eddy tries to stuff a piece of cake down Edd's pants, only to find it ''was'' Nazz, who decks him in response.
2nd Jun '16 11:16:55 PM TheShadow
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* OneCrazyNight: In "A Glass of Warm Ed," Double D and Eddy spend nearly an entire night trying to keep Ed under control as he sleepwalks and eats almost all of the food he can in the cul-de-sac. Although the episode ends with the aftermath the following morning, most of the episode takes place that one night.
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".
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