- Why does Ed need the other two Eds for the Batter-Ed when all they do is fly around?
- To hold him back as he revs himself up.
- They might be holding onto him to avoid getting separated from Ed. Given that Batter-Ed is incredibly fast, it saves time and energy for Edd and Eddy to hold onto Ed rather than try and catch up to him.
- What exactly is the point of having the "open world" in this game? There is nothing to do and it really just serves as a brief time waster before heading back into missions.
- Best guess: Getting to see a 3D, free-roaming version of the Cul-de-Sac, similar to The Simpsons: Hit & Run.
- You need the open world to access the Jawbreaker Dispenser so you can purchase the jawbreakers not included in the missions - if you don't want to use the Jawbreaker Dispenser, that's fine but then there's nothing else you can spend your money on and so it kinda kills the joy of collecting cash, especially in Level 6. Even so, the open world is where you can watch the Easter Egg movies "My Best Friend Plank", the commercial for the console versions of the game, and of course you get to view real-life photographs of the three men who voice Ed, Edd and Eddy (Hill, Vincent, Sampson).
- What am I missing? I have this game, and have played the whole thing at least three times, and half of the things mentioned on the main page are nowhere to be found: cheats and unlockables, bonus levels, almost all of the Downer Ending listed, rock-throwing gophers, a toilet full of crap, costume pieces, Whack-a-Jimmy, none of these things appear in the copy of the game I have. Are these only available on certain versions for certain platforms? The copy I have is for GBA.
- Why does the candy store even have foot powder-flavored jawbreakers, anyway?
- Because Adults Are Useless in the Ed, Edd n' Eddy universe to enforce health codes.
- I used to think that maybe they ran out of traditional coatings such as chocolate, vanilla or even plain sugar to coat those jawbreakers so they used foot powder to make it look more appealing and appetizing.
- Do you know just how many chemicals go into the US food industry?? Subway even used "shoe bleaching" chemicals in their own breads before!! Inedible products found in your food is such a common thing it's getting to be an epidemic.
Headscratchers / Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures