History Fridge / EdEddnEddy

21st Jun '16 12:14:08 PM vh1660924
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** No only that, but in "Cry Ed", Rolf was the first one to support Ed's story that a "giant Swedish meatball" attacked Eddy, because he claims to have seen the entity stalking Wilfred. That little incident probably encouraged Rolf to believe that all folktale of monsters are true!
17th Jun '16 7:27:17 PM vh1660924
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* Given that AdultsAreUseless in this show, is [[spoiler:Eddy's Brother's]] behavior really unique in TheMovie, or is it [[JerkWithAHeartOfJerk just an example to the adults cast's true colors]] in this series?
14th Jun '16 1:59:57 PM TimBuckII
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* I just realized why Rolf, normally the toughest and calmest characters on the show, is usually the first to start panicking and shouting stuff like, "It wants Rolf!" and "The beast circles with hunger! We must appease it with a sacrifice!" whenever there appears to be a supernatural threat--he's from the ''Old Country''; he ''genuinely believes monsters are real''. The other characters don't think of stuff like ghosts, werewolves, and vampires as much more than set pieces for cheesy movies; Rolf probably spent his childhood having ''nightmares'' about such things, because he had no one to tell him they aren't real. This adds another dimension to the episode "Rambling Ed" in particular, which starts off with the Eds faking a séance, only for Sarah to ruin the show. Later in the episode, Jonny has evidently forgiven them enough to agree to take Ed's place so he wouldn't have to do Ed's chores, whereas Rolf was quick to mention the scam upon encountering them again. From Jonny's perspective, he merely saw a poorly-executed show, and so was willing to accept a refund as his only compensation. Rolf, on the other hand, was possibly forced to relive painful childhood memories, all because the Eds wanted to spend his money on candy, and so it makes sense he'd still be a little upset about it.
4th Jun '16 5:00:20 PM TimBuckII
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** That, and it'd be ''very'' physically demanding for him.
16th Apr '16 5:25:22 PM Quanyails
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** I see it more as Eddy making up the story to scare the hell out of [[TheChewToy Jimmy]].
16th Apr '16 4:57:15 PM Quanyails
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* In one episode, Edd states he hates mowing. I didn't think too much about this until I mowed the lawn for the first time; it's very messy and I was filthy by the time I was done. Sounds like a chore that a NeatFreak like Double D would definitely hate.

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* In one episode, Edd states he hates mowing. I didn't think too much about this until I mowed the lawn for the first time; it's very messy and I was filthy by the time I was done. Sounds It sounds like a chore throwaway line until you realize that for a NeatFreak like Double D would definitely hate.Edd, this was a very messy and filthy chore.
7th Feb '16 6:47:01 PM ryanruff13
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** To go on even further, Rolf said that the "one objective [was] to balance these eggs within the ladle of valor!" It never said how ''long'' you had to balance them for (i.e. balancing them to the end of the track). Since Ed ''did'' balance them (for a few seconds before the race), there was nothing keeping him (or for Edd and Eddy, for that matter) from instantly claiming the jawbreaker.

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** To go on even further, Rolf said that the "one objective [was] to balance these eggs within the ladle of valor!" It never said how ''long'' you had to balance them for (i.e. balancing them to the end of the track). Since Ed ''did'' balance them (for a few seconds before the race), there was nothing keeping him (or for Edd and Eddy, for that matter) from instantly claiming the jawbreaker.



* Food for thought: We know Ed is obsessed with chickens as seen many times, even having a "Chicks Galore" magazine in "little ed blue", as well as captive avian creatures under his bed (the seagulls in "ready, set, ed"), and last but not least, a pile of headless "roasted poultry" hidden in his chair. If you put the things together, we remember the pattern of a SerialKiller / StalkerWithACrush who fantasizes over weird fetishes (the magazine), kidnaps victims and locks them in his room (seagulls) and keeps their corpses hidden at his place, or basement (the roasted chickens).

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* Food for thought: We know Ed is obsessed with chickens as seen many times, even having a "Chicks Galore" magazine in "little ed blue", "Little Ed Blue", as well as captive avian creatures under his bed (the seagulls in "ready, set, ed"), "Ready, Set, Ed"), and last but not least, a pile of headless "roasted poultry" hidden in his chair. If you put the things together, we remember the pattern of a SerialKiller / StalkerWithACrush who fantasizes over weird fetishes (the magazine), kidnaps victims and locks them in his room (seagulls) and keeps their corpses hidden at his place, or basement (the roasted chickens).



* In O-ed's eleven, Eddy's reactions to ed messing with his brothers stuff is most likely fear of what would happen if his brother found out, especially noticeable in his [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/edwikia/images/8/89/Vlcsnap-2015-12-11-21h50m42s772.png/revision/latest?cb=20151212055102 expression]] when the trophy falls off the shelf

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* In O-ed's eleven, "O-Ed Eleven", Eddy's reactions to ed Ed messing with his brothers brother's stuff is most likely fear of what would happen if his brother found out, out -- especially noticeable in his [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/edwikia/images/8/89/Vlcsnap-2015-12-11-21h50m42s772.png/revision/latest?cb=20151212055102 expression]] when the trophy falls off the shelfshelf.
24th Jan '16 4:05:34 PM ryanruff13
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** To go on even further, Rolf said that the "one objective [was] to balance these eggs within the ladle of valor!" It never said how ''long'' you had to balance them for (i.e. balancing them to the end of the track). Since Ed ''did'' balance them (for a few seconds before the race), there was nothing keeping him from instantly claiming the jawbreaker.

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** To go on even further, Rolf said that the "one objective [was] to balance these eggs within the ladle of valor!" It never said how ''long'' you had to balance them for (i.e. balancing them to the end of the track). Since Ed ''did'' balance them (for a few seconds before the race), there was nothing keeping him (or for Edd and Eddy, for that matter) from instantly claiming the jawbreaker.
24th Jan '16 4:03:10 PM ryanruff13
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** To go on even further, Rolf said that the "one objective [was] to balance these eggs within the ladle of valor!" It never said how ''long'' you had to balance them for (i.e. balancing them to the end of the track). Since Ed ''did'' balance them (for a few seconds before the race), there was nothing keeping him from instantly claiming the jawbreaker.
21st Jan '16 8:53:10 AM masterofthehouse
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