History Headscratchers / EdEddNEddy

11th Jan '17 12:48:13 PM E1craZ4life
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** I think the kids are under the mentality that the other two Eds had the power to stop the guilty Ed from doing what they did, but they didn't, and/or made the problem worse by not doing anything to remedy the fallout.
14th Dec '16 9:15:56 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* Speaking of "The Eds are Coming", I have to ask: Why did they immediately jump to using Nazz as the sacrifice? I mean, I get why they couldn't use Johnny, Kevin, Jimmy, or one of the Edds...but why couldn't they use Sarah instead? I'm pretty sure the only one who would miss Sarah would be Jimmy, as opposed to the 5 people[[note]]Johnny, Kevin, and the Eds[[/note]] who would miss Nazz?
18th Oct '16 8:37:18 AM Technomaru
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*** If this is true then how could peer pressure make her a hypocrite? In "Boys Will Be Eds", Nazz calls out the boys for laughing at Jimmy's misfortune, but in the infamous episode "If it Smells like a Ed" she was among the ones who were laughing at Jimmy getting a wedgie. Just what the heck is wrong with her?
18th Jul '16 1:51:10 AM Morgenthaler
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*** To be fair on Eddy's parents, while they seem kind of strict when Eddy misbehaves, it seems to me they probably didn't know how bad the situation with his brother was - the ''very first'' thing Eddy's Brother does when they meet in the movie is ask whether Eddy's parents know he's there, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy which implies that he was careful about bullying Eddy too much around them,]] aside from "ordinary" SiblingRivalry. Given Bro is hinted to be a far more successful con artist than Eddy ever was, it's likely he was manipulating his parents as much as his little brother. After all, they made for easy targets to practise on.

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*** To be fair on Eddy's parents, while they seem kind of strict when Eddy misbehaves, it seems to me they probably didn't know how bad the situation with his brother was - the ''very first'' thing Eddy's Brother does when they meet in the movie is ask whether Eddy's parents know he's there, [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy which implies that he was careful about bullying Eddy too much around them,]] them, aside from "ordinary" SiblingRivalry. Given Bro is hinted to be a far more successful con artist than Eddy ever was, it's likely he was manipulating his parents as much as his little brother. After all, they made for easy targets to practise on.
16th May '16 11:08:04 AM Totin0sthepizzaB0y
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*** in the beginning of the episode, after they dumpster dive, they're walking down the alley and they notice that Ed has stopped and is staring at something on the fence. It's the movie's poster.
15th May '16 3:32:41 PM FridgeGuy2016
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***Then how do they know about it? Movies with an NC-17 rating are not advertised.
14th May '16 10:03:13 AM Technomaru
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* In "A Boy and his Ed"... WHY WAS KEVIN BATHING WITH HIS HAT ON? I wonder if he has that "thing" Double D has that causes him to be NeverBareheaded.
12th May '16 6:30:29 PM Totin0sthepizzaB0y
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*** Technically it says "Adults Only" which would actually imply that it's NC-17.
9th May '16 5:09:38 PM FridgeGuy2016
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**Who said the movie was rated R?
28th Apr '16 2:13:16 PM Totin0sthepizzaB0y
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** Someone like Ed, who can barely concentrate for more than a few seconds, would have an especially hard time waiting half a year for the movie to come out on VHS. And even if they all did wait, it's doubtful that any of their parents would let them see it. And this was also at a time when watching bootlegs was a lot harder to so since the internet was still in its infancy. Finally, they're kids after all. They don't want to wait, they want their R-rated movie now!

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** Someone like Ed, who can barely concentrate for more than a few seconds, would have an especially hard time waiting half a year for the movie to come out on VHS. And even if they all did wait, it's doubtful that any of their parents would let them see it. And this was also at a time when watching bootlegs was a lot harder to so do since the internet was still in its infancy. Finally, they're kids after all. They don't want to wait, they want their R-rated movie now!
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