Ed, Edd, n Eddy lasted for 10 years on cartoon network, longer than every other original series in the network's history, outrunning even the other brilliant cartoon cartoons and giving us a full decade of entertainment. But what is it about this show that makes it so brilliant? What do you guys think this show did that made it so popular, and what contributions to cartoons and animation did this show make?
For me, I find that the show's secret was in it's execution. The show features no adult characters, the laws of physics and time are constantly altered and broken, and the show was mostly set in an endless summer. Yet the very limited premise of the series was one that allowed the characters to develop as time wore on, their simplistic g…Read more >
If you could pick a single episode of the series to serve as the definitive episode of the series, which would it be? It isn't one of my favorites, but I think "If it Smells Like an Ed" fits the bill perfectly. Either that or "Take this Ed and shove it".Read more >
Being a long-time fan of this series, I believe that the movie ended the show on a really good note. I like how every character was featured, and how their respective journeys overlapped each other until the end.
I also enjoy the character development achieved by Eddy at the end of the movie. In a world of static characters, Eddy seems to regain a lot of respect by admitting that his actions in the past were the result of his brother and his cruelty, feeling inferior, and just wanting to be accepted. The Eds finally achieve their goal, and it is a bittersweet moment indeed, as this means the end of a brilliant series.
What I want to know now is, what are your favorite parts of the movie? Did you think it did the series and the characters jus…Read more >