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Can someone explain hy 62 is listed as an Arc Number? I've seen quite a lot of episodes of this back in day, and I don't recall that number really being brought up at all. The Arc Number page itself doesn't say a thing about it. Is it something related to the movie? It's because I haven't seen the movie yet....
Shout Out: In 1+1=Ed, the kitchen scene begins with a shot of a clock on one of the appliances, which reads 3:15. Amityville Horror, anyone?
Art Shift, anyone? Compare the character designs in the first season to designs in later seasons.
Deleted the Panty Shot entry. It was too creepy and most of the points weren't examples of the trope.
EDIT: A minor clarification after actually reading the PS page: none of the entires fit, I hope.* I thought the trope only refered to upskirts, yet it seemed to be for panty exposes for fan service in general. Anyway, I've seen most of the episodes with the events in question, and I can saftly say that none of these are for fan service at all.
Anti-Intellectualism: There's plenty of this in almost every episode, I've seen it all to believe it.
Where'd the Character Sheet go?
I can see it. Were you on the main page when it was missing? Sometimes sub-pages won't show some other sub-pages (for me, at least)
Could somebody explain the ending of the Ed Edd N Eddy Movie to me, please? (Eg, why did they all love the Eds suddenly, and why did they start beating on Jonny for simply going ahead with what they had planned? I get that they felt bad for Eddy after his brother whaled on him, but what was up with the carrying all of the Eds and throwing them in the air and stuff?)
I believe it's because: A) Eddy's brother, who everyone thought was cool, turned out to be one major jerkass and
B) Eddy ended up admitting all his faults and apologizing for them.
That's the way I see it anyway.
Yeah, I can see why they'd appreciate that, maybe even give Eddy a pat on the back, but their reaction just seemed unjustified (and totally unfair on Jonny)
So... has anybody else noticed that, without the Rule of Funny and Rule of Cool to make the results kid-friendly, most of the situations the Eds get into would be absolutely horrific in real life?
Would it be a great idea if like the Krazy Kat page did with its letters and this page renamed everything with Ed? (i.e. A Day at the Bizarro would be A Day At The Ed)
That sounds like it would unhelpful to people who weren't able to recognise the tropes with out that word
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How well does it match the trope?