History Heartwarming / EdEddNEddy

15th May '16 2:24:03 AM Nylsa
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* The handful of occasions we see where the Ed's just goof off like kids, rather than working on some complicated scam Eddy has thought up. There arent many of them, as a lot of the shows comedy is based on the scams, but notable ones include the episode "Day of The Eds" mentioned above where they spend most of it playing spacemen in the junkyard, the end of "Flea-Bitten Ed" where they hang out and watch TV on the roof, and the opening of "Quick Shot Ed" that starts with them playing around in the junkyard.
* In "Who's Minding the Ed," Rolf has to go to a family reunion, meaning he has to find someone to take care of his animals while he's away. So who does he go to? Ed. It may not seem like an important detail, but this shows that Rolf realizes that Ed is good with his animals, and therefore trusts him with caring for them.

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* The handful of occasions we see where the Ed's just goof off like kids, rather than working on some complicated scam Eddy has thought up. There arent aren't many of them, as a lot of the shows comedy is based on the scams, but notable ones include the episode "Day of The Eds" mentioned above where they spend most of it playing spacemen in the junkyard, the end of "Flea-Bitten Ed" where they hang out and watch TV on the roof, and the opening of "Quick Shot Ed" that starts with them playing around in the junkyard.
* In "Who's Minding the Ed," Ed", Rolf has to go to a family reunion, meaning he has to find someone to take care of his animals while he's away. So who does he go to? Ed. It may not seem like an important detail, but this shows that Rolf realizes that Ed is good with his animals, and therefore trusts him with caring for them.






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* [[Heartwarming/EdEddNEddysBigPictureShow Now has its own page.]]
20th Apr '16 4:09:00 PM cookieman
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* In 'Cleanliness is Next to Edness', Ed and Eddy think that they have to go to school (when it's actually the weekend). Eddy gets mad at Ed, then Double D calls Ed a "lovable oaf".
18th Apr '16 10:07:07 AM heartauthor
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* At the beginning of "Gimme Gimme Never Ed," Double D patiently and gently coaches Jimmy on how to properly stand on a surfboard.
--> '''Double D:''' That's it Jimmy. Now, distribute your weight...you can do it! Balance...
9th Apr '16 4:03:58 PM TheLuckyCat
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* A small one in "Take this Ed and Shove It": At the beginning of Eddy's dream where [[spoiler:everyone is elderly]], when he sees his reflection for the first time, Eddy lets out a cheerful "Oh, hiya Grandpa!" This seems to indicate that Eddy gets along with his grandfather, and is genuinely happy to see him. Considering how Eddy's [[AbusiveParents parents]] [[spoiler:and brother]] treat him, it's nice to know that Eddy gets along with at least one family member.

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* A small one in "Take this Ed and Shove It": At the beginning of Eddy's dream where [[spoiler:everyone is elderly]], when he sees his reflection for the first time, Eddy lets out a cheerful "Oh, hiya Grandpa!" This seems to indicate that Eddy gets along with his grandfather, and is genuinely happy to see him. Considering how Eddy's [[AbusiveParents parents]] [[spoiler:and [[spoiler: brother]] treat him, it's nice to know that Eddy gets along with at least one family member.



--> Ed and Double D smile.

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--> Ed ''Ed and Double D smile.''


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* In 'Pick An Ed', Ed tells Eddy about some graffiti in the school saying he's a "no-neck chump" and Eddy decides to wear a disguise so he can find out which of the cul-de-sac kids wrote it. Double D sees through it right away and says [[PaperThinDisguise it's obviously him]], but [[DumbMuscle Ed]] falls for it and is happy to meet the "new kid", only to become distressed when he can't find Eddy and spends the whole episode running around with "missing" posters and asking people if they've seen him. His descriptions of Eddy are amusing ("squirrels like to pelt him with nuts!"), but it's adorable to see how concerned he is for his best friend.
18th Feb '16 6:51:41 PM paul723
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** While we're discussing Sarah, let's not forget about her PrecociousCrush on Double D in "An Ed Too Many". Along with Jimmy, Double D is one of the few characters whom Sarah has a genuine soft spot for.
*** And let's not forget the episode "For Your Ed Only" when she wrote in her diary how cute Double D was and how she dreamed of him giving her a horse. Also, she writes in her diary how she knows that Double D is the most innocent of the three Eds, but as she puts it, "give those cutes ones and inch and they'll take a mile".
15th Nov '15 3:48:22 PM heartauthor
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* In "Who's Minding the Ed," Rolf has to go to a family reunion, meaning he has to find someone to take care of his animals while he's away. So who does he go to? Ed. It may not seem like an important detail, but this shows that Rolf realizes that Ed is good with his animals, and therefore trusts him with caring for them.
7th Aug '15 12:02:49 AM masterofthehouse
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** Heck, the ''first 50 seconds'' of "Jingle Jingle Jangle" is heartwarming on its own. The episode opens with a few shots of the cul-de-sac on Christmas Eve; houses are decorated, Jonny and Plank are out and about catching snowflakes, and the entire neighborhood is blanketed with snow. Throw in a beautiful medley of Christmas songs (with a piano and jingle bells, no less) and you've got an opening that'll really put you in the holiday spirit.

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** Heck, the ''first 50 seconds'' of "Jingle Jingle Jangle" is heartwarming on its own. The episode opens with a few shots of the cul-de-sac on Christmas Eve; houses are decorated, Jonny and Plank are out and about catching snowflakes, and the entire neighborhood is blanketed with snow. Throw in a beautiful beautiful, yet simple medley of Christmas songs (with a piano and jingle bells, no less) and you've got an opening that'll really put you in the holiday spirit.
7th Aug '15 12:00:53 AM masterofthehouse
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** Heck, the ''first 50 seconds'' of "Jingle Jingle Jangle" is heartwarming on its own. The episode opens with a few shots of the cul-de-sac on Christmas Eve; houses are decorated, Jonny and Plank are out and about catching snowflakes, and the entire neighborhood is blanketed with snow. Throw in a beautiful medley of Christmas songs (with a piano and jingle bells, no less) and you've got an opening that'll really put you in the holiday spirit.
11th Jul '15 10:42:43 PM ryanruff13
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* In a way, the ending of "May I Have This Ed?" could be seen as one. Not only do the Eds escape [[ItMakesSenseInContext the school collapsing]] unharmed, their little moment at the end is pretty nice.
-->'''Ed:''' No school tomorrow! [[CrossesTheLineTwice (Eddy gives a big grin)]]
-->'''Edd:''' (Blissful) Seems I did learn something from your book, Eddy. After all, I did get to dance [[ShipTease with Nazz!]]

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* In a way, the ending of "May I Have This Ed?" could be seen as one. Not only do the Eds escape [[ItMakesSenseInContext the school collapsing]] unharmed, their little moment at the end is pretty nice.
nice -- both in the fact that each of them have a halfway decent ending for once even after everything comes crashing to the ground (literally), and how the normally irritable Eddy actually laughs off Ed's stupidity for once.
-->'''Ed:''' No school tomorrow! [[CrossesTheLineTwice ''[[CrossesTheLineTwice (Eddy gives a big grin)]]
grin)]]''
-->'''Edd:''' (Blissful) ''(Blissful)'' Seems I did learn something from your book, Eddy. After all, I did get to dance [[ShipTease with Nazz!]]



-->'''Eddy:''' (Half-smiling) You're an idiot, Ed.

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-->'''Eddy:''' (Half-smiling) ''(Half-smiling)'' You're an idiot, Ed.Ed!
26th Jun '15 12:28:13 PM SilentStranger
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** Double D telling Ed that he did a good thing bringing the spirit of Christmas to the neighborhood even in the middle of summer, and saying that Santa would be proud of him.



* A little FriendshipMoment in "Ed or Tails": When [[TheDitz Ed]] finally realizes that his two jawbreakers aren't enough for him and his two friends, he sadly but immediately gives them to Edd and Eddy.

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* A little FriendshipMoment in "Ed or Tails": When [[TheDitz Ed]] finally realizes that his two jawbreakers aren't enough for him and his two friends, he sadly but immediately gives them to Edd and Eddy. Double heartwarming, Double D insists that they split the jawbreakers in equal shares, which [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption unfortunatly leads to losing both of them]], but his heart was in the right place.


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* The handful of occasions we see where the Ed's just goof off like kids, rather than working on some complicated scam Eddy has thought up. There arent many of them, as a lot of the shows comedy is based on the scams, but notable ones include the episode "Day of The Eds" mentioned above where they spend most of it playing spacemen in the junkyard, the end of "Flea-Bitten Ed" where they hang out and watch TV on the roof, and the opening of "Quick Shot Ed" that starts with them playing around in the junkyard.
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