* RageQuit: Rolf does this during a spelling bee when he can't spell "colonial", which gets an applause from Rolf's nana.
* RapidFireComedy: Usually averted by the judicious use of [[{{Beat}} beats,]] letting the jokes sink in before moving on.
* TheRashomon: The Eds trying to explain to Jonny how they wound up trapped inside his wall. Eddy's version has him rich and successful, while the other kids are crude caricatures: (Kevin is a literal ButtMonkey, "Stretch" i.e. Rolf is a super slim simpleton, Jimmy is still wearing diapers, [[MsFanservice Nazz is wearing bikini]] and Sarah looks the same but has [[AdaptationalWimp lost all her toughness]]). Double D's version is in a pristine world where his crazy friends always screw things up and he has to lecture them. Ed's is just... bizarre to say the least. His version was a greyscale world where Double D is TheUnintelligible, The Kankers become rampaging {{Kaijuu}} by eating mashed potatoes and Ed has the ability to fly.
** The funniest thing about it was that Ed story had the most realistic portrayal of the kids' personalities. There was no abnormality of anyone's personalities, most especially Jimmy. Eddy made him a diaper boy with crude utensils around his mouth, Edd imagined him ''without'' his brace, and Ed saw him as the legit limp and dramatic boy he is. "Farewell cruel world!"
*** Except dream Kevin used the word "dork" in a sentence not about the Eds ("I'm dorkin', man!").
* ReTraux: One part of the hide and seek episode had Ed hiding inside a tv, where he winds up in a 1920's silent cartoon-Ed himself is even drawn to look like an old cartoon character in that brief scene. This even gets a "blink and you'll miss it" shout out in the movie.
* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation
* ReversePsychology: The Eds' weapon against the Kankers in "A Twist Of Ed". [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome It's epic.]]
* {{Revival}}: The show was originally ended at 52 episodes, but fan backlash lead to the making of four specials, 2 more seasons, and a MadeForTVMovie.
* RewindReplayRepeat: PlayedForLaughs; Ed presses down on Edd's head, causing Edd to rewind his statement about fruitcake and Christmas, especially the Christmas part.
* RingRingCRUNCH: Eddy has a pile of smashed alarm clocks in the corner of his room, which he threw one more into.
* RoadApples: An aversion:
-->'''[[FunnyForeigner Rolf]]:''' What know-nothing would dimple the cookie-biscuit with the doohickey of a rabbit?\\
''({{beat}})''\\
'''Kevin:''' Those are ''raisins'', dude.\\
'''Rolf:''' Same thing!
* RubberMan: The characters are able to stretch their cheeks and arms.
* RuleOfThree: Aside from the obvious PowerTrio and instances of action, Ed occasionally makes comments to this effect:
-->'''Ed:''' Dig a hole, dig a hole, dig a hole.
-->'''Ed:''' Eggs, Eggs, Eggs.
** And Double D
-->'''Edd:''' Oh dear! Oh dear! Oh dear!
-->'''Edd:''' Messy, messy, messy!\\
'''Edd:''' Sleepy, sleepy, sleepy...\\
'''Edd:''' ''(labeling a file cabinet)'' Dusty, dusty, dusty.
** And then again when Eddy cops DD's schtick:
-->'''Eddy:''' Filthy, filthy, filthy...
-->'''Ed:''' That's something Double D would say.
-->'''Eddy:''' Don't remind me.
* RunningGag: Ed falling off the treehouse and having to get pulled back up in "Vert-Ed-Go".
* {{Ruritania}}: The Old Country that Rolf came from is shown in flashbacks to be this.
* SadistShow: The violence featured in the show borders on RefugeInAudacity. At one point, Sarah throws a ''car'' on Nazz.
* SchizoTech: The show is set in an ambiguous timeline. Sometimes it appears to be set in the 70s, sometimes the 90s and sometimes the 21st century.
** According to a store in the prepare for school episode, it is most likely set in the 2000s.
** In the beginning of the movie, Double D [[spoiler:uses a commemorative glass in Eddy's brother's room to listen through the door. The glass has "Peach Creek Diner 2000 Best Eater" on it, thus adding more confusion to the exact date of the series.]]
** If the [[WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor KND]]-[[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Billy and Mandy]] crossovers say anything, it's set in the present.
** The show's creator states that the show has no set date because "[Danny] wanted the show to appeal to any generation."
* SchmuckBait: TheMovie's NoodleIncident apparently involved a red button.
* ScreenShake: PlayedForLaughs as this often occurs when a character falls down. One notable instance is when Ed and Eddy fight over a balloon while Jonny watches as he eats some peanuts in "Ed, Edd, and Away".
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: In "Is There An Ed In The House?", Eddy, having had his entire day wasted as Ed and Double D dash back and forth between the scam and taking care of an ailing Sarah, sees his fellows being pulled into the traditional end-of-episode beating, and decides to sit the rest of this out.
-->'''Eddy:''' I wonder what's on TV? *Walks away*
* SecondPersonAttack: Several examples.
** At the end of "Who Let The Ed In?", Eddy hits Ed with an invisible potato in an invisible slingshot.
** This trope also occurs in the Valentine's Day special when Kevin tosses the end of the gym rope towards Eddy, and it hits him in the face.
** In "The Good, The Bad, and the Ed", Rolf challenges Eddy to a series of dangerous challenges. One of the challenges involved Eddy and Rolf getting giant boulders smashed against themselves in a giant Newton's Cradle. At the start of that challenge, Eddy's POV shows Ed tossing one of the boulders, smashing him hard.
* SelfDeprecation:
** CloudCuckooLander Ed is the cartoonist of the group.
-->'''Eddy:''' How can you be so stupid?
-->'''Ed:''' I watch cartoons Eddy!
** The first scene in "Know It All Ed", where the Eds find a box of turkey basters, er, Canadian squirt guns:
-->'''Eddy:''' ''(holding up a turkey baster)'' What we have here is a squirt gun.
-->'''Edd:''' Please, ''a squirt gun?''
-->'''Eddy:''' What? Yeah! A ''Canadian'' squirt gun!
-->'''Ed:''' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R78l6ZOPy9o Canadians are weird!]]
-->'''Eddy:''' Watch and learn, boys. Just fill...
-->'''Edd:''' Even if they were Canadian, Heaven forbid, I don't think they're...
-->'''Eddy:''' ''(squirts Edd)'' And squirt! Canadian style!
** [[DontExplainTheJoke For those who don't get it]], the show itself was created by [[CanadaEh Canadians.]]
** [[ContinuityNod They mention the Canadian squirt guns once again in "The Good Ol' Ed".]]
** In "Take This Ed and Shove It", Jimmy dresses up as a [[{{Stereotype}} Canadian lumberjack]] wearing a knit hat with the Canadian flag on it.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan:
** Edd (sensitive) and Eddy (manly)
** Edd (sensitive) and Ed (manly)
** Ed (sensitive) and Eddy (manly)
** Rolf (sensitive) and Kevin (manly)
** Jimmy (sensitive) and ''everyone'' (manly)
** Eddy (sensitive) and [[spoiler:his brother]] (manly)
** Edd (sensitive) and Kevin (manly) - a popular couple in fandom.
* SeriesContinuityError: While this show in general was very good with continuity, the first season struggled with it (benefit of the doubt could be justified since the show as just starting); a few specific examples are as follows:
** Double D is actually refered to as "Edd" on some occasions by Eddy (Ed once called him "Edd-Double-D").
** Double D also had a crush on Sarah while she shows no interest in him at all, which of course is completely reversed later that season.
** Although each of the Kanker Sisters already had designs on their respective Ed counterpart, in their debut episode, they don't seem to care which Ed in particular they impress, they each seem to like all three of them equally.
*** Also, Lee and May seem to go back and forth between being the unofficial leader of the trio.
** All of the cul-de-sac kids, particularly in the very early episodes, seem to hold comtempt for the Eds, even without Kevin's influence (Jonny is the only exception).
* SeriesFauxnale: "Take This Ed And Shove It."
* SexoPhone: Not used as you'd expect. In "Quick shot Ed" Double D looks through an old magazine and upon unfolding a full page is left frozen and speechless. Then we get the saxophone music as his expression changes and he seems to like what sees. "Perfect specimen" is what he calls it. Then we are shown that it was actually a detailed picture of an insect.
** Also, who could forget [[CovertPervert Double D]]'s infamous strip tease scene from "Hand me Down Ed"?
* ShakeSomeoneObjectsFall: Ed and Edd are hanging from a tree as pinatas. Jonny hits Edd three times; only a shoe falls. Jonny hits Ed once; a boatload of junk lands on him.
-->'''Jonny:''' Check it out, Plank! COCONUT EARMUFFS!!
* ShapeshifterSwanSong: Played for laughs after a prank involving joke gum. Ed gets harmlessly electrocuted in the movie, and ends up taking on nearly every notable form or persona he's ever donned.
* ShipTease: Kevin and Nazz, [[spoiler:especially in TheMovie!]]
** [[spoiler:TheMovie was full of blatant fanservice for Edd/Eddy shippers.]]
*** Their {{Canon}} kiss from "Your Ed Here" must have induced at least half of it's fanbase.
*** In episodes like "One Size Fits Ed" and "Momma's Little Ed", Eddy is suddenly [[DoesntLikeBeingTouched complaining that Edd is touching his face]], when he hasn't had a problem with it in the past (at least not with Ed).
*** Lest we forget the moment when Kanker's shower Double D with kisses in "A Fistful Of Ed".
-->'''Eddy''': ''(to Kankers)'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Hey! HE'S! HAD! ENOUGH ALREADY!!!]] Beat it!
-->''*Beat*''
-->'''Kankers''': ''(leaves)''
** "May I Have This Ed" was pretty heavy with the Edd/Nazz teasing.
*** As well as in "The Day the Ed Stood Still", where she [[SmoochOfVictory gives Edd a peck on the cheek]] when he's ready to [[HeroicSacrifice sacrifice himself]] to the now [[ItMakesSenseInContext monstrous Ed.]]
** A little for [[PrecociousCrush Edd/Sarah]] too exists ("An Ed Too Many", "For Your Ed Only") and even [[BelligerentSexualTension Eddy/Sarah]] ("Hand Me Down Ed")
** Then, of course, with Eds respective counterparts of the [[AbhorrentAdmirer Kanker sisters]].
** In "May I Have This Ed?" Jonny seemed to try to ask [[TinyTyrannicalGirl Sarah]] out for the school dance, even though he canonically only has a crush on [[DudeMagnet Nazz]] (like everyone else).
* ShoutOut
** At one point Edd uses the pseudonym "[[Film/TheBigLebowski Walter Sobchak]]" to fool the Kankers.
** In "The Day The Ed Stood Still", Ed turns into a monster and plasters all of the cul-de-sac kids onto the wall with chewed Chunky Puffs, a clear reference to ''Film/{{Alien}}''.
-->'''Edd''': [[LampshadeHanging Ed must be acting out of a science fiction movie he might have seen!]]
** The letters "AKA" are found somewhere in every episode, usually on some sign or in a Blink-And-You'll-Miss-It moment.
-->'''Eddy:''' (to Ed) If you ''had'' a brain!\\
'''Ed:''' Aw, come on, have a heart.\\
'''Edd/Double D:''' [[Film/TheWizardOfOz Courage... courage, Eddward!]]
** And in the same scene:
-->'''Ed:''' The hills are alive Eddy!\\
'''Eddy:''' Yeah, with [[TheSoundOfMusic the sounds of an idiot]].
** And in the series proper:
-->'''Rolf:''' (After learning Edd's middle name) Marion the Hungarian?\\
'''Kevin and Jonny:''' ''No!'' [[TheMusicMan Marion the Librarian!]]
** Another one to Airplane!
-->'''*while the other boys are thinking about Nazz*'''\\
'''Ed:''' Hello? Echo! ''My name is Ed!''
** Ed pulls a reference in the episode "For Your Ed Only".
-->'''Ed:''' I'm a [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Borg]].
** Eddy makes one to ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsons'' in "Fa-La-La-La-Ed".
-->'''Eddy''': ''[Riding a rotating mirror]'' Jane, stop this crazy thing!
** In "Avast Ye Eds", when Jonny tears apart the Kankers sail, Jimmy remarks "Just like Creator/ErrolFlynn!"
** In "Twist of an Ed", where Lee harasses him in the shower, you can see Eddy's hand slide down the fogged glass, which could be a reference to ''Film/{{Titanic}}''.
** In ''Boom Boom Out Goes The Ed'', the mole mutants Ed was talking about were similar to that of {{CHUD}}
* ShrinkingViolet: Edd, most prominently in "May I Have This Ed?" where he gets horridly nervous of having to ask a girl to dance. At the end of the intro, he faints, probably because of embarrassment.
* SiblingYinYang: [[GentleGiant Ed]] and [[TinyTyrannicalGirl Sarah]].
* SickEpisode: "Is There An Ed In The House?" has Sarah with a cold and Ed and Jimmy competing to take care of her.
* {{Slapstick}}: In a similar nature to ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''.
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: While the Eds [[TheChewToy typically bear the brunt of it]], no one in the cast is safe from physical punishment.
* {{Sleepwalking}}: In "A Glass of Warm Ed", as well as the opening of "Run For Your Ed".
* SmellySkunk: In "Sorry, Wrong Ed", when Eddy calls into his supposedly cursed phone, a skunk comes out and sprays him.
-->'''Ed:''' Who stepped on a duck?
** In "Every Which Way but Ed", Eddy shoves a skunk in Ed's mouth after he tries to eat his jawbreaker.
* SomethingPerson: When Ed is through being [[spoiler: a monster]], he makes use of this trope to try out other identities [[ItMakesSenseInContext under Eddy's bed]] using his SurvivalistStash.
-->'''Ed:''' I am Can Opener Man! No! Wait! I am Tissue-Head! I will blow your nose! No! Wait! I am Bed Buddy! Sleep on me!
* SpaceElevator: In "They Call Him Mr. Ed", Ed spends most of the episode building one from random junk. It reaches the moon.
* SpitShake: The Kankers seal a deal with Jimmy like this, much to his disgust.
* SpoiledBrat: Sarah, and to a lesser extent, Eddy.
* SpySpeak
* {{Squick}}: An in-universe example: Rolf pulls out a keychain made from one of his Great Nano's kidney stones. Nazz, with an appropriate look on her face, asks "''What'' did he say that thing was?!"
* SquirrelsInMyPants: Occurs three times in the show itself
** "Flea Bitten Ed:" Rolf's rabbits jump into Ed's jacket, causing him to squirm around
*** This can double into the {{Squick}} factor, because when the rabbits first did this, there was only 2, but when Ed gets up, there are 4 rabbits on his head. Edd references this at the end of the episode
-->'''Edd:''' [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Looks like the rabbits have been practicing their multiplication tables]]
** "Urban Ed:" Ed tells Eddy to hold a worm for him, then drops it down his shirt
** "Dueling Eds:" Rolf's way to patch things up after a feud involves putting eels down his pants and the pants of those he was feuding with.
* StalkerWithACrush:
** The Kanker Sisters.
** Also Sarah to Double D in "An Ed Too Many".
* StaticElectricity: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyrzaoxgpwc Zapity Zap Zap]].
* StockAudioClip: A few short lines are stock audio phrases reused throughout the series.
** Ed: Gravy! Rolf: You crazy!, laughing Nazz: This ''is'' stupid. Kevin: Dorks! Jimmy: And it was such a cute squirrel, too. Ouch! Wah-ha-ha-haaaa (that whiny crying he does from time to time, such as getting hoodwinked by Eddy with "Smilyland" or after getting maimed by his own eyelash curler).
** Eddy frequently makes a distinctive grunting sound whenever he's annoyed or surprised while Double D has distinctive gasps.
** Ed: "Ah, it's a rerun!", with no pause.
* StockSoundEffects: Ohhh boy, this show LOVES using these, and always at the most inappropriate times.
* StylisticSuck: Quite a bit, most obviously with the shifting outlines and minimalistic backgrounds. [[WordOfGod Antonucci has said]] that this was all intended to be a tribute to [[GoldenAgeOfAnimation classic cartoons]].
** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the second episode, when Double D pops open a book to reveal standard cartoon textless pages.
-->'''Edd:''' This book has no print... [[FelonyMisdemeanor These pages are blank!]]
* SuddenlyShouting: Eddy does this a LOT.
-->'''Eddy:''' Johnny! People ''really'' like it when you SAY WHY ALL THE TIME!!
* SuperstitionEpisode: An episode features Eddy being plagued by a cursed telephone. The worst part of it is, the bad luck is afflicted on him even if someone else answers it.
* SuperStrength: Ed, Rolf, and Sarah have all been shown to be stronger than your average human. Rolf's backbreaking chores give him an excuse, at least.
** In the first episode, "The Ed-Touchables", Eddy also shows at least a temporary bout of SuperStrength by lifting, and slamming down, Edd's bed in an attempt to stop him from panicking [[spoiler:(an attempt which worked incidentally, though it did leave the bed damaged beyond repair).]]
*** Eddy actually seems to have super strength similar to the above mentioned three, since several times it seems Ed actually fears Eddy harming him, he's fought evenly and bested Sarah several times throughout it the series, and he even can take just slightly less physical punishment than Rolf. [[spoiler:It's likely that his fear of his brother causes him to immediately cave when someone tries to hurt him rather than fight back so his strength becomes less obvious.]]
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Eddy in "Ed Overboard" when Kankers drop by to fetch Ed for May.
-->'''Edd''': Did you see that?!
-->'''Eddy''': I-I didn't see anything! You see something? Cause I didn't! Kankers, huh?! What Kankers?!
* SwallowedAFly: In one episode, Eddy unintentionally swallows a fly and loses his voice because of it.
* TakeOurWordForIt: It is never revealed what Edd keeps under his hat, but it is certain that he has reason to do so from the times when his hat is taken off.
** WordOfGod says [[spoiler:he's blond.]]
* TakeThat: This:
-->'''Eddy''': Ed, how can you be so stupid?
-->'''Ed''': [[HypocriticalHumor I watch]] [[SelfDeprecation cartoons, Eddy!]]
** Also, in "Cleanliness is Next to Edness", when [[BreakTheCutie Double D has lost it]], he speaks in a slight Southern accent.
** In the words of Ed:
-->'''Ed:''' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R78l6ZOPy9o Canadians]] [[SelfDeprecation are weird!]]
* TheTalk: An entire episode dedicated to this: "I am Curious of This Ed". Sarah and Jimmy ask the other kids around the cul-de-sac where babies come from, with bland results.
* TeenageWasteland
* TerribleTrio:
** The Eds. In the eyes of the cul-de-sac kids, they definitely are.
** The Kanker Sisters, especially when they destroy the cul-de-sac trying to find their heirloom, the Ship-Inna-Bottle.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Rolf and occasionally Ed.
* TinyTyrannicalGirl: Sarah.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Sarah (Tomboy) and Nazz (Girly Girl). Sarah is one of the most powerful female characters, possessing superhuman strength like her brother, and is able to [[CurbStompBattle beat up almost every other character (usually the Eds).]] She is also reckless with a short temper. Nazz, however is gentle and caring, but is seldom seen getting in physical altercations with the other characters. Although there are moments that prove that Nazz [[GirlyBruiser can hold her own in a fight]], she is usually interested in cheerleading, cooking, cute boys, and makeup.
** However, in groups, it's The Kankers (Tomboys) to Sarah and Nazz (Girly Girls).
* TooKinkyToTorture: Ed never seems horrified of any sort of punishment; in fact, [[NightmareFetishist he seems to enjoy it.]] It could be due to being used to [[AbusiveParents parental abuse, though.]] Or that he's [[AchievementsInIgnorance too stupid to comprehend pain.]]
* ToonPhysics: Drive the entire show, especially lampshaded in "1 + 1 = Ed".
* TorsoWithAView:
-->'''Eddy:''' Ed, your stupid toy ate my breakfast!
** In the beginning of the movie, Rolf has a huge bite taken off the side of his torso.
* TotallyRadical: Kevin. Nazz to a lesser extent.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Jawbreakers for everyone--they act as a sort of currency and/or prize. Ed, meanwhile, loves buttered toast and gravy.
** And in the episode 'Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?', Sarah and Jimmy wanted Ed to buy them fudge instead of jawbreakers. So either that's their favorite food or the writers just gave them a craving for fudge for the sake of the episode.
* TrueCompanions: Eddy is very much the "dad" of the group, while Edd is the "mom" and Ed is the "child."
** In TheMovie, their frienship is crucially tested for most of the movie, and after a tearjerking BreakUpMakeUpScenario, their friendship becomes stronger than ever, being the key to face the events of the climax.
* {{Tsundere}}: Sarah is a type A, and Nazz type B.
* TurtlePower: "Ed, do you know there's a turtle on your head?" "Yep."
* TheUnreveal: Applied to the secret of what lies beneath Double D's hat, TWICE.
** In TheMovie. Just what ''DID'' the Eds do that [[spoiler:A) resulted in Jonny getting a bear trap on his head, Kevin getting set on fire, Nazz wearing a box and losing most of her hair, and Rolf getting a chunk bitten out of his torso; and B) that Eddy thought going to his abusive big brother was the better option over letting the other kids get back at him?]]
** In another episode, Eddy is running for King of the Cul-de-Sac against Plank and resorts to {{Blackmail}}. We never see what the photograph is, but it horrifies everyone who sees it (except [[FunnyForeigner Rolf]], who doesn't understand it at all).
* UnCancelled: The episode Take This Ed and Shove It was originally meant to be the series finale, but due to fan demand the series was brought back for a final season. Recent new from the creator of the show, Danny Antonucci, has hinted at it being uncanceled yet again.
* UnrequitedLoveSwitcheroo: In the Ed-Touchables, the first episode, it would appear that Double-D has the crush on Sarah and she's just not interested. Five episodes later, this is reversed and intensified, with Sarah developing an obsession with Double-D who is scared that she won't leave him alone.
** 59 episodes later with "Tight End Ed", Double-D blushes heavily when Ed puts Sarah on his back, though this may be out of awkwardness due to Sarah's crush.
** This seems to be the case for Kevin and Nazz as well. Throughout the show, Kevin is clearly enchanted by her, always nice to her and doesn't mind if she does his bike any harm. However, in the Movie, Nazz seems to want Kevin's attention [[ClingyJealousGirl a lot]], and gets really mad at him when he shows concern for his bike more than her.
* UnstoppableRage: "Little Blue Ed" shows us that almost nothing in the world can stop Ed when he's in a bad mood... all because he ended up with a pebble in his shoe.
* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Eddy.
* UnusualEuphemism: "That's my udder you're touching."
* UnwantedHarem: Double D, who has managed to attract Marie, Sarah, Nazz and May in the Valentine's Day episode, seems less than thrilled of the idea.
* UrbanFantasy: Of a sort, what with all the lack of parents...
* VagueAge: Averted with the main trio (they're all 12), but played straight with all the other characters (All of them are junior high age, apparently).
** Based on the episodes that the Eds are in school, Nazz and Kevin at least are the same age as them since they're in the same classes with them. The Kankers and Rolf may be the same age or they might be older and have been held back for some reason (likely bad grades or failing to have the some other requirements to go to the next grade).
* VisualPun: While Edd is giving a morality lecture, Eddy simply reaches down, picks a sock up, and shoves it in Edd's mouth. There are several similar gags throughout the show.
* VocalEvolution: Although all of the characters' voices are consistent throughout the entire series, there are some subtle examples of this trope, such as follows:
** Ed's voice is slightly deeper in the beginning, and he can also speak a lot more coherently, especially in the earliest episodes.
** Double D, similarly, has a slightly deeper, more wooden and withdrawn voice, and also has much less of a nervous and neurotic twang.
** Eddy is the opposite, although always shrilly, Eddy's voice in general is a little higher in the earliest episodes, and even a bit nasally at times.
** Jimmy is probably the biggest, and more evident example of this: throughout the first season, his voice is deeper, and sounds rather muffled (as if he's speaking through a cup or something); starting in Season Two, the muffled quality is completely gone, and his voice becomes much higher and squeakier; by Season Four, and for the rest of the series, his voice slowly, yet progressively, becomes deeper again, to the point he almost sounds like Mickey Mouse.
** Jonny, similar to Double D, has a slightly deeper and more wooden voice at first, and far, far less hammy than later on. Of course, he's one of only two characters than went through different voice actors (Nazz being the other).
* TheVoiceless: Plank, at least to everyone who isn't Jonny. Eddy also becomes this in "Button Yer Ed", when a fly gets lodged in his throat, only allowing him to make wheezing, squeaky noises.
* WalkIntoCameraObstruction:
** "A Twist of Ed" with Marie when she is kissing Edd near the beginning of the episode.
* WeaksauceWeakness:
** Jimmy's foot gets broken by a ''clothespin''.
** Ed is fearful of bathroom products.
*** Ed is also allergic to rabbits and fish.
** In "Pass it on Ed", Eddy implies that his brother is lactose intolerant.
* WeWantOurJerkBack: Edd tries to reform Ed and Eddy, and eventually realizes they were better as they were before, but it turns out they were just playing him the whole time and hadn't really changed.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Eddy in regards to his brother. [[spoiler: It becomes a dramatic deconstruction: Eddy wanted his brother's love and respect so much that he pulled off a supreme JerkassFacade, being hated by his peers and nearly losing his two best friends due to his behavior. And when he realizes his brother doesn't give a damn about him, making his efforts ''pointless'', [[TearJerker he breaks down]]]].
* WatchOutForThatTree: Happens to Ed twice while he's looking for Sarah in tall grass in "Keeping Up with the Eds".
* WheelOFeet: Played with in "1 + 1 = Ed" when Eddy pulls this off, and then throws Sarah into the wheel blur, causing her to speed off out of control. Played straight in TheMovie. In a car.
* WhenItRainsItPours: Done in "Read All About Ed":
-->'''Double D:''' Summer rains, you can never predict them. ''(cue flash storm every time he says that)''
* WhoDares: In "Ed... Pass it On...":
-->'''Eddy:''' You dare hit the brother of Eddy's Brother?!
* WithFriendsLikeThese: Edd with Ed and Eddy. [[spoiler:UpToEleven in the movie.]]
** [[spoiler:Subverted in the movie, in which he left right after the whole quicksand prank, and it only took a fight and Eddy admitting his faults for him to come back.]]
* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: Purposefully invoked by the creator. There is no real clues to exactly where Peach Creek is located, but in the movie alone we see that just outside the suburb confines is a large stretch of badlands, then grassland, then farmland, and then a swamp.
* WrapItUp: TheMovie.
* [[{{Yandere}} Yanderes]]: The Kankers.
* YankTheDogsChain: Eddy ''always'' suffers this when it comes to his scams, although [[AssholeVictim he does deserve it sometimes]].
* YouAreGrounded: "Three Squares and an Ed". Eddy and Edd attempt to bust a grounded Ed out of his house. They get caught and are all grounded in the end. Ed and Eddy are grounded for unknown periods of time, while Edd gets off easier because he gets 3 days, which is plenty of time to spend with his thousands of ants.
** For some reason, his parents decided to punish him... by removing the stairs. Edd even comments on how bizarre this is.
** In "A Case of Ed", Kevin, for unknown reasons, has been grounded, and Eddy is not above taking advantage of this to torment him throughout the episode. However, Kevin gets off early for good behavior, and [[LaserGuidedKarma uses this to get even with Eddy]].
* YouGotSpunk: In "They call him Mr Ed" Eddy says this to Nazz.
** And Eddy's brother says this to Double D.
* ZanyScheme: The majority of the episodes.