History Fridge / EdEddNEddy

20th Aug '17 1:19:34 PM TheDisgaean
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** It should be noted that Edd and Double D are willingly going along with Eddy's plans knowing full well the potential consequences, so they aren't 100% innocent.
20th Aug '17 1:01:54 PM TheDisgaean
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** Another possibility is that it's an adaptation of one of his comics. The title and plot sound exactly like something from Ed's collection.
18th Jul '17 5:48:47 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* It seems a little odd that Ed is able to give such a detailed synopsis of "Robot Rebel Ranch" when the Ed's haven't seen the movie. Then again, he probably learned it all just from watching a trailer or reading a magazine article, since cheesy {{B-Movie}}s actually do have a tendency to reveal ''way'' too much about the plot in any kind of promotional material. Fans of WebVideo/RedLetterMedia, for example, can make a game of how many times the crew on WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst has learned nearly everything that happens in a film simply by reading the back of the movie's box.

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* It seems a little odd that Ed is able to give such a detailed synopsis of "Robot Rebel Ranch" when the Ed's haven't seen the movie. Then again, he probably learned it all just from watching a trailer or reading a magazine article, since cheesy {{B-Movie}}s {{B Movie}}s actually do have a tendency to reveal ''way'' too much about the plot in any kind of promotional material. Fans of WebVideo/RedLetterMedia, for example, can make a game of how many times the crew on WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst has learned nearly everything that happens in a film simply by reading the back of the movie's box.
18th Jul '17 5:48:26 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* It seems a little odd that Ed is able to give such a detailed synopsis of "Robot Rebel Ranch" when the Ed's haven't seen the movie. Then again, he probably learned it all just from watching a trailer or reading a magazine article, since cheesy {{BMovie}}s actually do have a tendency to reveal ''way'' too much about the plot in any kind of promotional material. Fans of WebVideo/RedLetterMedia, for example, can make a game of how many times the crew on WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst has learned nearly everything that happens in a film simply by reading the back of the movie's box.

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* It seems a little odd that Ed is able to give such a detailed synopsis of "Robot Rebel Ranch" when the Ed's haven't seen the movie. Then again, he probably learned it all just from watching a trailer or reading a magazine article, since cheesy {{BMovie}}s {{B-Movie}}s actually do have a tendency to reveal ''way'' too much about the plot in any kind of promotional material. Fans of WebVideo/RedLetterMedia, for example, can make a game of how many times the crew on WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst has learned nearly everything that happens in a film simply by reading the back of the movie's box.
18th Jul '17 5:48:13 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* It seems a little odd that Ed is able to give such a detailed synopsis of "Robot Rebel Ranch" when the Ed's haven't seen the movie. Then again, he probably learned it all just from watching a trailer or reading a magazine article, since cheesy BMovies actually do have a tendency to reveal ''way'' too much about the plot in any kind of promotional material. Fans of WebVideo/RedLetterMedia, for example, can make a game of how many times the crew on WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst has learned nearly everything that happens in a film simply by reading the back of the movie's box.

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* It seems a little odd that Ed is able to give such a detailed synopsis of "Robot Rebel Ranch" when the Ed's haven't seen the movie. Then again, he probably learned it all just from watching a trailer or reading a magazine article, since cheesy BMovies {{BMovie}}s actually do have a tendency to reveal ''way'' too much about the plot in any kind of promotional material. Fans of WebVideo/RedLetterMedia, for example, can make a game of how many times the crew on WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst has learned nearly everything that happens in a film simply by reading the back of the movie's box.
18th Jul '17 5:47:45 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* It seems a little odd that Ed is able to give such a detailed synopsis of "Robot Rebel Ranch" when the Ed's haven't seen the movie. Then again, he probably learned it all just from watching a trailer or reading a magazine article, since cheesy BMovies actually do have a tendency to reveal ''way'' too much about the plot in any kind of promotional material. Fans of WebVideo/RedLetterMedia, for example, can make a game of how many times the crew on WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst has learned nearly everything that happens in a film simply by reading the back of the movie's box.
6th Jul '17 9:05:35 PM PlasmaTalon
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* [[spoiler:All of Eddy's boasts about how awesome his big brother was]] becomes HarsherInHindsight when you realize he's been lying the whole time.
** [[spoiler:Going to him for help truly was Eddy's last resort since he already knew it wouldn't work. ''Scamming himself'' into believing there was hope, or deep down truly believing his brother might help.]]
27th Jun '17 12:21:32 AM Hobgoblin
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* When the Eds first meet the Kankers, they give them their dad's robes. Each robe has a different name on it. Why? Well, when you consider that, and the fact that they all look very different, and the fact that they're [[LowerClassLout trailer trash]]... each one has a different father! They're half siblings!
** Crosses over with FridgeHorror a bit, but that same encounter with the Kankers shows the girls initially doting on the Eds, being exploited, expressing irritation at being exploited, kicking the Eds out, and then demanding support raising their "children"[[note]]dolls[[/note]]. When the Eds run away in terror, the Kankers remark that they run away "just like a real man".



** The golden pants destruction. It took me that long to realize why they broke so easily. They're ''golden'' pants. Gold is not known for its durability in real life - it's good for things like jewelery, but all cool weapons of it would be very unpractical. (Of course that doesn't change the fact that kids are stupid [or smart?] enough to claim indirectly that it's not.)

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** The golden pants destruction. It took me that long to realize why they broke so easily. They're ''golden'' pants. Gold is not known for its durability in real life - it's good for things like jewelery, jewelry, but all cool weapons of it would be very unpractical. (Of course that doesn't change the fact that kids are stupid [or smart?] enough to claim indirectly that it's not.)



* When the Eds first meet the Kankers, they give them their dad's robes. Each robe has a different name on it. Why? Well, when you consider that, and the fact that they all look very different, and the fact that they're [[LowerClassLout trailer trash]]... each one has a different father! They're half siblings!
24th Jun '17 2:22:07 PM ArJayKay
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* During ''3 Squares and an Ed'', Eddy and Double-D attempt to sneak Ed out of his room, only to discover that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOG1fJ55VOc Ed's parents have removed the stairs]]. Ed's room is in the basement, which is underground. His parents have ''literally'' grounded him.

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* During ''3 Squares and an Ed'', Eddy and Double-D attempt to sneak Ed out of his room, only to discover that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOG1fJ55VOc Ed's parents have removed the stairs]]. Ed's room is in the basement, which is underground. His parents have ''literally'' grounded [[StealthPun grounded]] him.
7th Jun '17 3:36:26 PM Computermaster
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* During ''3 Squares and an Ed'', Eddy and Double-D attempt to sneak Ed out of his room, only to discover that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOG1fJ55VOc Ed's parents have removed the stairs]]. Ed's room is in the basement, which is underground. His parents have ''literally'' grounded him.
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