History EdEddNEddy / TropesQToZ

11th May '16 5:40:55 PM TheLuckyCat
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** Eddy/Nazz was teased in a few episodes, particularly in "Don't Rain on My Ed", the Christmas episode where she was willing to kiss him under the mistletoe (at least until he spat eggnog on her by accident), and he gets a SmoochOfVictory from him in TheMovie.

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** Eddy/Nazz was teased in a few episodes, particularly in "Don't Rain on My Ed", Eddy imagining her in her bikini in "Once Upon an Ed", the Christmas episode where she was willing to kiss him under the mistletoe (at least until he spat eggnog on her by accident), and he gets a SmoochOfVictory from him her in TheMovie.
11th May '16 5:38:52 PM TheLuckyCat
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** [[spoiler:TheMovie was full of blatant fanservice for Edd/Eddy shippers.]] Their {{Canon}} kiss from "Your Ed Here" must have induced at least half of it's fanbase. In episodes like "One Size Fits Ed" and "Momma's Little Ed", Eddy is suddenly [[DoesntLikeBeingTouched complaining that Edd is touching his face]], when he hasn't had a problem with it in the past (at least not with Ed).

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** [[spoiler:TheMovie was full of blatant fanservice had some for Edd/Eddy shippers.]] Their {{Canon}} kiss from "Your Ed Here" must have induced at least half of it's fanbase. In episodes like "One Size Fits Ed" and "Momma's Little Ed", Eddy is suddenly [[DoesntLikeBeingTouched complaining that Edd is touching his face]], when he hasn't had a problem with it in the past (at least not with Ed).



** Eddy/Nazz was teased in a few episodes, particularly in "Don't Rain on My Ed", the Christmas episode where she was willing to kiss him under the mistletoe (at least until he spat eggnog on her by accident), and he gets a SmoochOfVictory from him in TheMovie.



* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: While the Eds [[TheChewToy typically bear the brunt of it]], no one in the cast is safe from physical punishment.

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* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: While the Eds [[TheChewToy typically bear the brunt of it]], no one in the cast is safe from physical punishment. The Kanker sisters stand out for this trope, particularly May.



* ThickerThanWater: Marie is initially really mad at May for flirting with Double D in the Valentine's Day episode, but when she and Lee find Double D's sock in her locker, they decide [[BigBrotherInstinct he's gone too far]] and go looking for May.



** In TheMovie, Eddy's Brother is not given a name. He's just "Eddy's Brother". (Eddy himself calls him "Bro.")



** The Kankers rampage through the cul-de-sac throughout "Run For Your Ed!" and only stop when their Ship-Inna-Bottle is returned.



* UnwantedHarem: Edd, who has managed to attract Marie, Sarah, Nazz and May in the Valentine's Day episode, seems less than thrilled of the idea.

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* UnwantedHarem: Edd, who has managed to attract Marie, Sarah, Nazz and May in the Valentine's Day episode, seems less than thrilled of the idea.idea, though he did seem happy he got to dance with Nazz before the school collapsed in "May I Have This Ed?"



** Edd, similarly, has a slightly deeper, more wooden and withdrawn voice, and also has much less of a nervous and neurotic twang.
** Eddy is the opposite, although always shrilly, Eddy's voice in general is a little higher in the earliest episodes, and even a bit nasally at times.

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** Edd, similarly, has a slightly deeper, more wooden and withdrawn voice, and also has much less of a nervous and neurotic twang.
twang. He also speaks far more slowly.
** Eddy is the opposite, although always shrilly, Eddy's voice in general is a little higher in the earliest episodes, and even a bit nasally at times. He was also far less prone to SuddenShouting.



** Sarah's voice becomes less screechy and more mature-sounding as the show goes on - compare her Season One voice with her Season Five one and the difference is obvious.



-->'''Eddy:''' You dare hit the brother of Eddy's Brother?!

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-->'''Eddy:''' [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment You dare hit the brother of Eddy's Brother?!Brother?!]]



* {{Yandere}}: The Kankers.

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* {{Yandere}}: The Kankers.Kankers, especially Marie.
3rd Apr '16 9:25:57 AM cheril59
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** Jonny has a slightly deeper and more wooden voice at first, and far, far less hammy than later on. Of course, he's one of only two characters than went through different voice actors (Nazz being the other).

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** Jonny has a slightly deeper and more wooden voice at first, and far, far less hammy than later on. Of course, he's one of only two characters than went through different voice actors (Nazz being the other).
7th Feb '16 4:36:40 PM nombretomado
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* StylisticSuck: Quite a bit, most obviously with the shifting outlines and minimalistic backgrounds. [[WordOfGod Antonucci has said]] that this was all intended to be a tribute to [[GoldenAgeOfAnimation classic cartoons]]. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the second episode, when Edd pops open a book to reveal standard cartoon textless pages.

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* StylisticSuck: Quite a bit, most obviously with the shifting outlines and minimalistic backgrounds. [[WordOfGod Antonucci has said]] that this was all intended to be a tribute to [[GoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation classic cartoons]]. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the second episode, when Edd pops open a book to reveal standard cartoon textless pages.
25th Jan '16 8:30:54 AM PlasmaTalon
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* WhamEpisode: "Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Big Picture Show", in spades. Not only does the Ed's scheme go ''horribly''-'''''horribly''''' wrong, destroying the cul-de-sac. It ''seriously injuring all the other kids''. The Eds know they've finally crossed the line and are forced to run away for fear of the other kid's wrath. The situation IS NOT, made light of with the Eds' friendship being strained and them breaking down in tears multiple times. Meanwhile the other kids are trying to chase them down to get revenge before they can reach Eddy's brother for protection. As if that wasn't enough, [[spoiler: when they finally reach Eddy's brother it turns out he's an abusive jerk-ass. All the cool stuff Eddy ever having said about him being a lie. Including being a loving big bro. Its so bad that the other kids who were out for their blood, come to his defense.]] After that [[spoiler:Eddy breaks down crying and admits that everything he ever did was just to make the other kids like him.]] It mercifully all works out in the end, but its far from a pleasant ride.

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* WhamEpisode: "Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Big Picture Show", in spades. Not only does the Ed's scheme go goes ''horribly''-'''''horribly''''' wrong, destroying the cul-de-sac. It cul-de-sac, and ''seriously injuring all the other kids''. The Eds know they've finally crossed the line and are forced to run away away for fear of the other kid's wrath. The situation IS NOT, made light of with the Eds' friendship being strained and them breaking down in tears multiple times. Meanwhile the other kids are trying to chase chasing them down to get revenge before they can reach Eddy's brother for protection. As if that wasn't enough, [[spoiler: when they finally reach it turns out Eddy's brother it turns out he's is an abusive jerk-ass.jerk-ass, who beat him up regularly. All the cool stuff Eddy ever having said about him being a lie. Including being a loving big bro. Its so bad that the other kids who were out for their blood, come to his defense.]] After that [[spoiler:Eddy breaks Eddy [[spoiler:breaks down crying and admits that everything he ever did was just to make the other kids like him.]] It mercifully all works out in the end, but its far from a pleasant ride.
24th Jan '16 10:03:59 PM PlasmaTalon
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* WhamEpisode: "Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Big Picture Show", in spades. Not only does the Ed's scheme go ''horribly''-'''''horribly''''' wrong, destroying the cul-de-sac. It ''seriously injuring all the other kids''. The Eds know they've finally crossed the line and are forced to run away for fear of the other kid's wrath. The situation IS NOT, made light of with the Eds' friendship being strained and them breaking down in tears multiple times. Meanwhile the other kids are trying to chase them down to get revenge before they can reach Eddy's brother for protection. As if that wasn't enough, [[spoiler: when they finally reach Eddy's brother it turns out he's an abusive jerk-ass. All the cool stuff Eddy ever having said about him being a lie. Including being a loving big bro. Its so bad that the other kids who were out for their blood, come to his defense.]] After that [[spoiler:Eddy breaks down crying and admits that everything he ever did was just to make the other kids like him.]] It mercifully all works out in the end, but its far from a pleasant ride.
4th Jan '16 2:47:35 PM nombretomado
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'''Eddy:''' Yeah, with [[TheSoundOfMusic the sounds of an idiot]].

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'''Eddy:''' Yeah, with [[TheSoundOfMusic [[Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic the sounds of an idiot]].
28th Sep '15 5:13:16 PM Psi001
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* RationalizingTheOverkill: In at least one case Sarah unleashes hell onto all three Eds (for a prank ''Eddy'' committed), she later laments that Double D probably didn't have anything to do with it, but "give those cute ones an inch and they take a mile!"
17th Sep '15 1:02:57 AM annette12
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** And then again when Eddy cops DD's schtick:

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** And then again when Eddy cops DD's Edd's schtick:



* SchizoTech: The show is set in an ambiguous timeline. Sometimes it appears to be set in the 70s, sometimes the 90s and sometimes the 21st century.

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* SchizoTech: SchizoTech:
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The show is set in an ambiguous timeline. Sometimes it appears to be set in the 70s, sometimes the 90s and sometimes the 21st century.



** In the beginning of the movie, Double D [[spoiler:uses a commemorative glass in Eddy's brother's room to listen through the door. The glass has "Peach Creek Diner 2000 Best Eater" on it, thus adding more confusion to the exact date of the series.]]

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** In the beginning of the movie, Double D Edd [[spoiler:uses a commemorative glass in Eddy's brother's room to listen through the door. The glass has "Peach Creek Diner 2000 Best Eater" on it, thus adding more confusion to the exact date of the series.]]



* SexoPhone: Not used as you'd expect. In "Quick shot Ed" Edd looks through an old magazine and upon unfolding a full page is left frozen and speechless. Then we get the saxophone music as his expression changes and he seems to like what sees. "Perfect specimen" is what he calls it. Then we are shown that it was actually a detailed picture of an insect.
** Also, who could forget [[CovertPervert Double D]]'s infamous strip tease scene from "Hand me Down Ed"?

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* SexoPhone: SexoPhone:
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Not used as you'd expect. In "Quick shot Ed" Edd looks through an old magazine and upon unfolding a full page is left frozen and speechless. Then we get the saxophone music as his expression changes and he seems to like what sees. "Perfect specimen" is what he calls it. Then we are shown that it was actually a detailed picture of an insect.
** Also, who could forget [[CovertPervert Double D]]'s Edd]]'s infamous strip tease scene from "Hand me Down Ed"?



** Eddy frequently makes a distinctive grunting sound whenever he's annoyed or surprised while Double D has distinctive gasps.

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** Eddy frequently makes a distinctive grunting sound whenever he's annoyed or surprised while Double D Edd has distinctive gasps.



* StylisticSuck: Quite a bit, most obviously with the shifting outlines and minimalistic backgrounds. [[WordOfGod Antonucci has said]] that this was all intended to be a tribute to [[GoldenAgeOfAnimation classic cartoons]].
** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the second episode, when Double D pops open a book to reveal standard cartoon textless pages.

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* StylisticSuck: Quite a bit, most obviously with the shifting outlines and minimalistic backgrounds. [[WordOfGod Antonucci has said]] that this was all intended to be a tribute to [[GoldenAgeOfAnimation classic cartoons]].
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cartoons]]. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the second episode, when Double D Edd pops open a book to reveal standard cartoon textless pages.



** Implied in the episode where the episodes read Sarah's diary when Ed holds both Double D and Eddy upside down and accidentally drops the former.

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** Implied in the episode where the episodes read Sarah's diary when Ed holds both Double D Edd and Eddy upside down and accidentally drops the former.



** Ultimately averted in the episode where Ed's tooth comes loose and eventually comes out (after Eddy's). The two teeth get stuck in a gutter. Ed's solution? Sucking ''everything'' down the drainage pipe and eating it. Double D's reaction is his cheeks swollen and green in one shot. In the next shot, he switches to a classic cringe.

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** Ultimately averted in the episode where Ed's tooth comes loose and eventually comes out (after Eddy's). The two teeth get stuck in a gutter. Ed's solution? Sucking ''everything'' down the drainage pipe and eating it. Double D's Edd's reaction is his cheeks swollen and green in one shot. In the next shot, he switches to a classic cringe.



** And [[spoiler: Eddy's brother]] says this to Double D before smashing him into the ground ''[[GrievousHarmWithABody with Eddy.]]''

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** And [[spoiler: Eddy's brother]] says this to Double D Edd before smashing him into the ground ''[[GrievousHarmWithABody with Eddy.]]''
17th Sep '15 12:58:54 AM annette12
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** Then, of course, with Eds respective counterparts of the [[AbhorrentAdmirer Kanker sisters]].

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** Then, of Of course, with Eds respective counterparts of the [[AbhorrentAdmirer Kanker sisters]].



* SickEpisode: "Is There An Ed In The House?" has Sarah with a cold and Ed and Jimmy competing to take care of her.

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* SickEpisode: SickEpisode:
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"Is There An Ed In The House?" has Sarah with a cold and Ed and Jimmy competing to take care of her.



* SmellySkunk: In "Sorry, Wrong Ed", when Eddy calls into his supposedly cursed phone, a skunk comes out and sprays him.

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* SmellySkunk: SmellySkunk:
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In "Sorry, Wrong Ed", when Eddy calls into his supposedly cursed phone, a skunk comes out and sprays him.



** Also Sarah to Double D in "An Ed Too Many".

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** Also Sarah to Double D Edd in "An Ed Too Many".



* SuperStrength: Ed, Rolf, and Sarah have all been shown to be stronger than your average human. Rolf's backbreaking chores give him an excuse, at least.
** In the first episode, "The Ed-Touchables", Eddy also shows at least a temporary bout of SuperStrength by lifting, and slamming down, Edd's bed in an attempt to stop him from panicking [[spoiler:(an attempt which worked incidentally, though it did leave the bed damaged beyond repair).]]
*** Eddy actually seems to have super strength similar to the above mentioned three, since several times it seems Ed actually fears Eddy harming him, he's fought evenly and bested Sarah several times throughout it the series, and he even can take just slightly less physical punishment than Rolf. [[spoiler:It's likely that his fear of his brother causes him to immediately cave when someone tries to hurt him rather than fight back so his strength becomes less obvious.]]

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* SuperStrength: SuperStrength:
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Ed, Rolf, and Sarah have all been shown to be stronger than your average human. Rolf's backbreaking chores give him an excuse, at least.
** In the first episode, "The Ed-Touchables", Eddy also shows at least a temporary bout of SuperStrength by lifting, and slamming down, Edd's bed in an attempt to stop him from panicking [[spoiler:(an attempt which worked incidentally, though it did leave the bed damaged beyond repair).]]
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]] Eddy actually seems to have super strength similar to the above mentioned three, since several times it seems Ed actually fears Eddy harming him, he's fought evenly and bested Sarah several times throughout it the series, and he even can take just slightly less physical punishment than Rolf. [[spoiler:It's likely that his fear of his brother causes him to immediately cave when someone tries to hurt him rather than fight back so his strength becomes less obvious.]]



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Sarah (Tomboy) and Nazz (Girly Girl). Sarah is one of the most powerful female characters, possessing superhuman strength like her brother, and is able to [[CurbStompBattle beat up almost every other character (usually the Eds).]] She is also reckless with a short temper. Nazz, however is gentle and caring, but is seldom seen getting in physical altercations with the other characters. Although there are moments that prove that Nazz [[GirlyBruiser can hold her own in a fight]], she is usually interested in cheerleading, cooking, cute boys, and makeup.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: TomboyAndGirlyGirl:
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Sarah (Tomboy) and Nazz (Girly Girl). Sarah is one of the most powerful female characters, possessing superhuman strength like her brother, and is able to [[CurbStompBattle beat up almost every other character (usually the Eds).]] She is also reckless with a short temper. Nazz, however is gentle and caring, but is seldom seen getting in physical altercations with the other characters. Although there are moments that prove that Nazz [[GirlyBruiser can hold her own in a fight]], she is usually interested in cheerleading, cooking, cute boys, and makeup.



* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Jawbreakers for everyone--they act as a sort of currency and/or prize. Ed, meanwhile, loves buttered toast and gravy.
** And in the episode 'Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?', Sarah and Jimmy wanted Ed to buy them fudge instead of jawbreakers. So either that's their favorite food or the writers just gave them a craving for fudge for the sake of the episode.
* TrueCompanions: Eddy is very much the "dad" of the group, while Edd is the "mom" and Ed is the "child."
** In TheMovie, their frienship is crucially tested for most of the movie, and after a tearjerking BreakUpMakeUpScenario, their friendship becomes stronger than ever, being the key to face the events of the climax.

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: TrademarkFavoriteFood:
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Jawbreakers for everyone--they act as a sort of currency and/or prize. Ed, meanwhile, loves buttered toast and gravy.
** And in In the episode 'Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?', Sarah and Jimmy wanted Ed to buy them fudge instead of jawbreakers. So either that's their favorite food or the writers just gave them a craving for fudge for the sake of the episode.
* TrueCompanions: Eddy is very much the "dad" of the group, while Edd is the "mom" and Ed is the "child."
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" In TheMovie, their frienship is crucially tested for most of the movie, and after a tearjerking BreakUpMakeUpScenario, their friendship becomes stronger than ever, being the key to face the events of the climax.



* TheUnreveal: Applied to the secret of what lies beneath Double D's hat, TWICE.

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* TheUnreveal: Applied to the secret of what lies beneath Double D's Edd's hat, TWICE.



** In another episode, Eddy is running for King of the Cul-de-Sac against Plank and resorts to {{Blackmail}}. We never see what the photograph is, but it horrifies everyone who sees it (except [[FunnyForeigner Rolf]], who doesn't understand it at all).

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** In another one episode, Eddy is running for King of the Cul-de-Sac against Plank and resorts to {{Blackmail}}. We never see what the photograph is, but it horrifies everyone who sees it (except [[FunnyForeigner Rolf]], who doesn't understand it at all).



* UnrequitedLoveSwitcheroo: In the Ed-Touchables, the first episode, it would appear that Double-D has the crush on Sarah and she's just not interested. Five episodes later, this is reversed and intensified, with Sarah developing an obsession with Double-D who is scared that she won't leave him alone.
** 59 episodes later with "Tight End Ed", Double-D blushes heavily when Ed puts Sarah on his back, though this may be out of awkwardness due to Sarah's crush.
** This seems to be the case for Kevin and Nazz as well. Throughout the show, Kevin is clearly enchanted by her, always nice to her and doesn't mind if she does his bike any harm. However, in the Movie, Nazz seems to want Kevin's attention [[ClingyJealousGirl a lot]], and gets really mad at him when he shows concern for his bike more than her.

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* UnrequitedLoveSwitcheroo: UnrequitedLoveSwitcheroo:
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In the Ed-Touchables, the first episode, it would appear that Double-D Edd has the crush on Sarah and she's just not interested. Five episodes later, this is reversed and intensified, with Sarah developing an obsession with Double-D who is scared that she won't leave him alone.
** 59 episodes later with "Tight End Ed", Double-D Edd blushes heavily when Ed puts Sarah on his back, though this may be out of awkwardness due to Sarah's crush.
** This seems to be the case for Kevin and Nazz as well.Nazz. Throughout the show, Kevin is clearly enchanted by her, always nice to her and doesn't mind if she does his bike any harm. However, in the Movie, Nazz seems to want Kevin's attention [[ClingyJealousGirl a lot]], and gets really mad at him when he shows concern for his bike more than her.



* UnwantedHarem: Double D, who has managed to attract Marie, Sarah, Nazz and May in the Valentine's Day episode, seems less than thrilled of the idea.

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* UnwantedHarem: Double D, Edd, who has managed to attract Marie, Sarah, Nazz and May in the Valentine's Day episode, seems less than thrilled of the idea.



** Double D, similarly, has a slightly deeper, more wooden and withdrawn voice, and also has much less of a nervous and neurotic twang.

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** Double D, Edd, similarly, has a slightly deeper, more wooden and withdrawn voice, and also has much less of a nervous and neurotic twang.



** Jimmy is probably the biggest, and more evident example of this: throughout the first season, his voice is deeper, and sounds rather muffled (as if he's speaking through a cup or something); starting in Season Two, the muffled quality is completely gone, and his voice becomes much higher and squeakier; by Season Four, and for the rest of the series, his voice slowly, yet progressively, becomes deeper again, to the point he almost sounds like Mickey Mouse.
** Jonny, similar to Double D, has a slightly deeper and more wooden voice at first, and far, far less hammy than later on. Of course, he's one of only two characters than went through different voice actors (Nazz being the other).

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** Jimmy is probably the biggest, and more evident example of this: throughout Jimmy. Throughout the first season, his voice is deeper, and sounds rather muffled (as if he's speaking through a cup or something); starting in Season Two, the muffled quality is completely gone, and his voice becomes much higher and squeakier; by Season Four, and for the rest of the series, his voice slowly, yet progressively, becomes deeper again, to the point he almost sounds like Mickey Mouse.
** Jonny, similar to Double D, Jonny has a slightly deeper and more wooden voice at first, and far, far less hammy than later on. Of course, he's one of only two characters than went through different voice actors (Nazz being the other).



** Invoked in the episode where the kids go on a field trip to the jawbreaker factory. Near the end, Sarah is literally ''bloated'' with jawbreakers. As she starts shaking and holding her stomach, [[GenreSavvy Double D warns Eddy to get out of the way]], to no avail. After Eddy pretty much braces for impact, a splash/belch can be heard as the screen flashes a sickly green color before fading to black.

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** Invoked in the episode where the kids go on a field trip to the jawbreaker factory. Near the end, Sarah is literally ''bloated'' with jawbreakers. As she starts shaking and holding her stomach, [[GenreSavvy Double D Edd warns Eddy to get out of the way]], to no avail. After Eddy pretty much braces for impact, a splash/belch can be heard as the screen flashes a sickly green color before fading to black.



** Implied in the episode where the Eds try to satiate Plank's daredevilry by building a bunch of things and eventually a rollercoaster. They were all tricked by Plank into riding the rollercoaster which has Double D holding his mouth with green cheeks.

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** Implied in the episode where the Eds try to satiate Plank's daredevilry by building a bunch of things and eventually a rollercoaster. They were all tricked by Plank into riding the rollercoaster which has Double D Edd holding his mouth with green cheeks.



** Ed is fearful of bathroom products.
*** Ed is also allergic to rabbits, eels, and butterscotch pudding.

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** Ed is fearful of bathroom products.
*** Ed
products. He is also allergic to rabbits, eels, and butterscotch pudding.



* WithFriendsLikeThese: Edd with Ed and Eddy. [[spoiler:UpToEleven in the movie.]]
** [[spoiler:Subverted in the movie, in which he left right after the whole quicksand prank, and it only took a fight and Eddy admitting his faults for him to come back.]]

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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Edd with Ed and Eddy. [[spoiler:UpToEleven in the movie.]]
** [[spoiler:Subverted in
movie but subverted near the movie, in which he left right after the whole quicksand prank, and it only took a fight and Eddy admitting his faults for him to come back.end.]]



* [[{{Yandere}} Yanderes]]: The Kankers.

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* [[{{Yandere}} Yanderes]]: {{Yandere}}: The Kankers.
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