History Trivia / EdEddNEddy

29th Mar '17 7:16:07 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** TheMovie aired in Asia and parts of Europe months before it did in the US, for reasons unknown.



* IKnewIt: Some fans accurately guessed [[spoiler: that Eddy's Brother would appear in the movie and be the antagonist]].

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* IKnewIt: Some fans accurately guessed [[spoiler: that Eddy's Brother would both appear in the movie and be the antagonist]].
29th Mar '17 7:14:33 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: In 2001, a rumor about an MissingEpisode known only as "The Scarecrow Boy Episode" surfaced. The story is that Sarah puts on a play - her own version of ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' - casting herself as Dorothy, Jimmy as the Tin Man, Eddy as the Cowardly Lion (apparently he was also tied to a chair the whole time because he kept trying to walk out on Sarah), Ed as the Scarecrow, and Double D as the director. Sarah became outraged with Ed continuously blowing his lines, and ended up kicking and locking him out of the house (while still in costume); when Kevin and other kids in the cul-de-sac see Ed roaming around, they keep calling him "Scarecrow Boy", which somehow causes Ed to grow stiffer and stiffer each time he hears the name. Eventually, the episode ends with Plank nestled into the ground, and Ed standing on top with his arms straight out, as if he has become a real scarecrow. There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that remotely proves such an episode exists, though many fans swear to have seen it, and that it only aired once.

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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: In 2001, a rumor about an MissingEpisode known only as "The Scarecrow Boy Episode" surfaced. The story is that Sarah puts on a play - her own version of ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' - casting herself as Dorothy, Jimmy as the Tin Man, Eddy as the Cowardly Lion (apparently he was also tied to a chair the whole time because he kept trying to walk out on Sarah), Ed as the Scarecrow, and Double D as the director. Sarah became outraged with Ed continuously blowing his lines, and ended up kicking and locking him out of the house (while still in costume); when Kevin and other kids in the cul-de-sac see Ed roaming around, they keep calling him "Scarecrow Boy", which somehow causes Ed to grow stiffer and stiffer each time he hears heard the name. Eventually, the episode ends with Plank nestled into the ground, and Ed standing on top with his arms straight out, as if he has become a real scarecrow. There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that remotely proves such an episode exists, though many fans swear to have seen it, and that it only aired once.
29th Mar '17 7:13:34 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: In 2001, a rumor about an MissingEpisode known only as "The Scarecrow Boy Episode" surfaced. The story is that Sarah puts on a play - her own version of ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' - casting herself as Dorothy, Jimmy as the Tin Man, Eddy as the Cowardly Lion (apparently he was also tied to a chair the whole time because he kept trying to walk out on Sarah), Ed as the Scarecrow, and Double D as the director. Sarah became outraged with Ed continuously blowing his lines, and ended up kicking and locking him out of the house (while still in costume); when Kevin and other kids in the cul-de-sac see Ed roaming around, they keep calling him "Scarecrow Boy", which somehow causes Ed to grow stiffer and stiffer each time he hears the name. Eventually, the episode ends with Plank nestled into the ground, and Ed standing on top with his arms straight out, as if he has become a real scarecrow. There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that remotely proves such an episode exists, though many fans swear to have seen it, and that it only aired once.
10th Mar '17 8:20:40 AM NWolfman
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* ExecutiveMeddling: TheMovie aired in Asia and parts of Europe months before it did in the US, for reasons unknown. Actual meddling, but it dodges a bullet. Danny Antonucci pitched ''Ed, Edd n Eddy'' to Nickelodeon, but they wouldn't give him the creative control over it, similar to ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack''. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen One has to wonder what the show would've been like if it were made for Nickelodeon instead of Cartoon Network]].
** Danny Antonucci wanted the series to remain animated in a fashion to 1940-70's cartoons, but by the time the fifth season came into production, Cartoon Network forced the crew to animate the series from that point digitally.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: ExecutiveMeddling
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TheMovie aired in Asia and parts of Europe months before it did in the US, for reasons unknown. Actual meddling, but it dodges a bullet. unknown.
** Came dangerously close before actual production started.
Danny Antonucci first pitched ''Ed, Edd n Eddy'' the show to Nickelodeon, but they wouldn't give him the their first demand was that he relinquish all creative control over it, similar control.
** The show's transition
to ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' digital ink and ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack''. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen One has to wonder what the show would've been like if it were made for Nickelodeon instead of Cartoon Network]].
** Danny Antonucci wanted the series to remain animated in a fashion to 1940-70's cartoons, but by the time
paint during the fifth season came into production, Cartoon Network forced at the crew behest of Danny Antonucci, who wanted to animate keep using cels to maintain the series from "old school" cartoon look. By that point digitally.point, cels simply weren't cost-effective.
24th Feb '17 9:34:46 PM jtoonsanimation
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** Danny Antonucci wanted the series to remain animated in a fashion to 1940-70's cartoons, but by the time the fifth season came into production, Cartoon Network forced the crew to animate the series from that point digitally.
30th Dec '16 7:40:06 PM Pichu-kun
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* IKnewIt: Some fans accurately guessed[[spoiler: that Eddy's Brother would appear in the movie and be the antagonist]].

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* IKnewIt: Some fans accurately guessed[[spoiler: guessed [[spoiler: that Eddy's Brother would appear in the movie and be the antagonist]].



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: [[http://comments.deviantart.com/1/66770313/2446959492 A comment]] by one of the show's storyboarders says there was an unused campfire scene in TheMovie that would have divulged on the characters' HiddenDepths.
** An episode called "Special Ed" was slated to air, but was scrapped for being "too real." No one knows what Antonucci means by that, but that won't stop fans from guessing. Rumors state it was going to be ADayInTheLimelight for Ed. [[note]]Although "special ed" is short for "special education" which is, not exclusive to, but most commonly associated with kids who suffer mental retardation. For those curious, those with with focus or emotional issues -- such as attention deficit disorder or Aspergers' syndrome -- can also end up in special education.[[/note]]
** There are three four other unmade episodes that are known: 'A Room and a Ed' in which Sarah and Jimmy evict Ed out while Ed and Sarah's parents are away so Sarah can have the house to herself, causing Eddy to swing into action, completely fed up with Sarah's brattiness. 'Luck be an Ed Tonight' in which Ed's horoscope tells him he'll have a lucky day, which leads Eddy to milk it for all it's worth. 'The Amazing Ed' a talent show episode, little is known beyond that. And an unnamed episode in which Eddy attempts to start his own religion, canned by Cartoon Network because they knew it would have sparked a huge controversy.
*** It's hard to believe, but this show was originally pitched to Nickelodeon as a Nicktoon. While Nickelodeon has a lot of [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar radar-dodging]] shows, they don't go as far with it as Cartoon Network does (possibly because they don't want another ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' on their hands). Even when pitching it, Antonucci knew that if Nickelodeon accepted the show, a lot would have to be changed for content and was proven right when their first demand was [[ExecutiveMeddling complete creative control]].

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen:
**
[[http://comments.deviantart.com/1/66770313/2446959492 A comment]] by one of the show's storyboarders says there was an unused campfire scene in TheMovie that would have divulged on the characters' HiddenDepths.
** An episode called "Special Ed" was slated to air, but was scrapped for being "too real." No one knows what Antonucci means by that, but that won't stop fans from guessing. Rumors state it was going to be ADayInTheLimelight for Ed. [[note]]Although "special ed" is short for "special education" which is, not exclusive to, but most commonly associated with kids who suffer mental retardation. For those curious, those with with focus or emotional issues -- such as attention deficit disorder or Aspergers' syndrome -- can also end up in special education. The episode was however before season 5 so it's unknown if the "it's about Ed being in special education" concept is accurate or if they just used a PunnyName for the title.[[/note]]
** There are three four other unmade episodes that are known: 'A Room and a Ed' in which Sarah and Jimmy evict Ed out while Ed and Sarah's parents are away so Sarah can have the house to herself, causing Eddy to swing into action, completely fed up with Sarah's brattiness. 'Luck be an Ed Tonight' in which Ed's horoscope tells him he'll have a lucky day, which leads Eddy to milk it for all it's worth. 'The Amazing Ed' a talent show episode, little is known beyond that. And an unnamed episode in which Eddy attempts to start his own religion, canned by Cartoon Network because they knew it would have sparked a huge controversy.
*** ** It's hard to believe, but this show was originally pitched to Nickelodeon as a Nicktoon. While Nickelodeon has a lot of [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar radar-dodging]] shows, they don't go as far with it as Cartoon Network does (possibly because they don't want another ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' on their hands). Even when pitching it, Antonucci knew that if Nickelodeon accepted the show, a lot would have to be changed for content and was proven right when their first demand was [[ExecutiveMeddling complete creative control]].
16th Nov '16 1:15:37 PM NWolfman
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* WordOfGod: Danny Antonucci claims that the show was created on a dare from one of his colleagues. He apparently bet Antonucci, who at that point was known for [[DerangedAnimation vulgar, off-the-wall]] TV commercials, station I. D.s and cartoons geared towards adults, that he couldn't make a show for children (this being after years of Danny [[AnimationAgeGhetto trying and failing to pitch cartoons for adults]]). It's safe to assume that Danny won.

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* WordOfGod: Danny Antonucci claims that the show was created on a dare from one of his colleagues. He apparently bet Antonucci, who at that point was known for [[DerangedAnimation vulgar, off-the-wall]] TV commercials, station I. D.s and cartoons shorts geared towards adults, that he couldn't make a show for children (this being after years of Danny [[AnimationAgeGhetto trying and failing to pitch cartoons animated shows for adults]]). It's safe to assume that Danny won.
4th Nov '16 11:40:28 PM PrincessGwen
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* NoExportForYou: Surprisingly, this Canadian series ''didn't air in Canada'' during it's production and the creators had no idea what the final product looked like until long after it'd aired in America.

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* NoExportForYou: Surprisingly, this Canadian series ''didn't air in Canada'' during it's its production and the creators had no idea what the final product looked like until long after it'd it had aired in America.
2nd Nov '16 11:06:03 PM NWolfman
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* WordOfGod: Danny Antonucci claims that the show was created on a dare from one of his colleagues. He apparently bet that Antonucci, who at that point was known for [[DerangedAnimation vulgar, off-the-wall]] TV commercials, station I. D.s and cartoons geared towards adults, that he couldn't make a show for children (this being after years of Danny [[AnimationAgeGhetto trying and failing to pitch cartoons for adults]]). It's safe to assume that Danny won.

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* WordOfGod: Danny Antonucci claims that the show was created on a dare from one of his colleagues. He apparently bet that Antonucci, who at that point was known for [[DerangedAnimation vulgar, off-the-wall]] TV commercials, station I. D.s and cartoons geared towards adults, that he couldn't make a show for children (this being after years of Danny [[AnimationAgeGhetto trying and failing to pitch cartoons for adults]]). It's safe to assume that Danny won.
1st Nov '16 11:10:02 PM NWolfman
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* ThrowItIn: Averted. According to Matt Hill (Ed's voice actor), Antonucci was ''very'' strict on not having the actors ad-libbing any lines during recording. Ed's random comments? All in the original script.

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* ThrowItIn: Averted. According to Matt Hill (Ed's voice actor), Antonucci was ''very'' strict on not having the actors ad-libbing any lines during recording.recording, and would often demand well over fifty takes before he got exactly the inflection he wanted. Ed's random comments? All in the original script.
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