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Rolf and Kevin are choosing sides for a game of basketball on the blacktop–or at least trying to, as Eddy's constant yammering about how they should pick him is starting to get on their nerves. Ed and Eddy are left behind, but there's someone else there as well: Edd, who has just been assigned the post of editor-in-chief of the school newspaper. Not wanting to waste time discussing the stupidity of such an endeavor, Eddy pretends to agree that this is good news and sends Edd out to follow up on his lead. Meanwhile, Rolf has managed to dress Wilfred with his clothes so that the pig could take a test for him. Of course, Eddy isn't one to give away money, so he tries to wrest the cap of cash from Edd's grasp.
Soon things are set back to normal, with Edd printing ordinary papers about how Bobby Blabby tricked everyone and how the knitting club was finally formed with one member. Right after Eddy sends Edd to search for the knitting club, he tosses all of the old non-scandalous newspapers in the air. When Eddy takes the picture of Ed after he hit the door, he isn't wearing his jacket, but when Ed reads the newspaper, the picture shows him wearing his? jacket. The "Sabrina Rubber Duck talks Korea" headline is a reference to storyboard artist Sabrina Alberghetti. Eddy breaks the fourth wall by saying "Just stick to the script," referring to the episode's script. When Jonny was reading the article about the knitting club being formed with only one member at the end of the episode, you can see another article entitled, "Pig Makes Top Mark on Test," with Jonny's huge head blocking the picture. An article in the paper at the end of the episode claims the principal had to take the bus after his car was mysteriously destroyed as well as a missing toilet seat. In the scene right before Eddy reveals he is Bobby Blabby, there is a picture on the wall that says "Bobby Blabby" with a question mark over an outline of Eddy's head (making it look mysterious). The use of the word "Tattler" in the school newspaper name is a tongue-and-cheek reference to journalism in general. If you look closely when Ed ringing the newsroom doorbell, there is a sign above the door that says "The pen is mightier than the sword".
In the scene where Eddy whips up the title "Fork Boy Created" on the bulletin board, you can see a photo of the Kankers below it. When Eddy sends Ed out to sell papers, there is a poster on the wall that says "Grad '74." This is most likely the year that the show's creator, Danny Antonucci, graduated high school as he would have been 17 years old at the time. When Eddy flings Ed across the Knitting Club Room, when you look at the window, it is raining outside, but at the beginning of the episode, it was not.
Three adolescent boys, Ed, Edd n' Eddy hang around their suburban neighborhood of Peach Creek Estates, coming up with scams to con their peers for cash, so they can buy themselves a handful of their favorite treat, jawbreakers.
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Airdate: February 6, 2004Kevin has been grounded and Ed and Eddy are taking great delight in tormenting him right outside his window! TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
The DVD was first announced in January 2005 with a commercial as the very first DVD compilation in Ed, Edd n Eddy. The appearance of the front cover is a greenish color with the Eds gazing hungrily into a jawbreaker with their reflection. The menus are designed to match the artwork style of the TV series, utilizing very similar backgrounds and lettering. Club Ed: The Rules and Regulations - a video created by The Benson Company, with voiceovers set to clips from the series, explaining the procedures followed by an Ed.
Plank's Perspective - a video similar to above, but with Jonny telling Plank's story of the characters of the show (apart from Nazz).
The DVD contains six episodes from Ed, Edd n Eddy; three from Season 1 and three from Season 2. From my last forum about the mystery of the three houses I noticed that people also enjoy the small detials that make this show great!

Before I saw the zoomed-in picture, I thought that blue circle on the side of the case was the Operator Symbol and nearly crapped my pants.Nearly. Don't know if this really counts, but do notice that the shirt the person is wearing on this title card matches Bro's adult 62 shirt. GabbyLogic wrote:Don't know if this really counts, but do notice that the shirt the person is wearing on this title card matches Bro's adult 62 shirt. Another screenshot I got from Gabbylogic.From this bulletin board we learn that the Nurse's last name is Prowse, that Edd's been advertising his afterschool tutoring, and that Peach Creek has a shore (my previous understanding was that only the city touched the ocean). In this episode, Ed and Eddy take over the duties of the school newspaper after they see how bland and boring the current articles Edd is running are. Eventually, a fed up Rolf flings the ball at Eddy, shutting him up, and the sides are soon chosen, with Kevin picking up Jonny and Nazz and Rolf choosing Ed and Plank over Eddy. This is underlined when Ed comes back and announces that nobody at all wanted to buy a paper. With Edd out of the way, Eddy is free to scheme, and his plan is to turn the tiny rag into a money-machine. The first one they read announces that Nazz was kicked off of the cheerleading squad due to refusing to shave her legs. Rolf has barely gotten away with his ruse when Ed accosts him and suggests that he purchase a paper.
He puts them on the desk, and Eddy cheers, especially happy because he's already created tomorrow's headlines. He is ultimately successful when the posse bursts through the door and grabs Edd, demanding to know the identity of Bobby Blabby. This member is none other than Eddy, who was forced into the club by the other kids, who chose this as their form of revenge. However, when they fall back down, you can see that they are all Eddy's scandalous newspapers, even though they had not been published yet.
Earlier in this episode, Rolf sent Wilfred into a test room, dressed up as Rolf, so that he could take Rolf's test in his place. This is because Sarah destroyed the principal's car and the toilet seat earlier when she fought with Nazz. Proud of his heritage, Rolf sometimes participates in peculiar customs and eats weird things.
When Double D comes along with some recycled books and finds one on diseases, he finds one called "Lack-a-Daisy-Cathro disease." Double D finds out that people who get it have his personality! It was released in the United States (Region 1) on May 10, 2005 and in the United Kingdom (Region 2) in 2006.
The main menu offers the standard options found on most DVDs - watch the episodes, change the language (options are French, Spanish, and English), watch the 'Fun Extras', or watch some trailers of other Cartoon Network series. However, it does not contain any episodes from Season 3 or Season 4, even though the DVD was released in 2005, after these seasons were completed.
The Eds make a cruise out of a big tire inner-tube and convince the kids to go on the cruise. But, of course, they abandoned the Eds and they ended up daring each other to act like a different Ed. The prupose of this forum is to post screen shots of small detials from any EEnE episode that the average eye would not catch.
1978"So that means the candy store opened in 1978, the same year the Lemon Brook Gag Factory supposedly closed. To make the school newspaper more interesting, Eddy creates many false articles about the kids under a pen name, and the kids all enjoy the articles until they notice that they themselves have come under Bobby Blabby's gimlet tabloid eye. The game starts, and all is good and dandy until Ed accidentally pops the ball with his teeth, forcing the rest of the kids to head inside. Eddy rejects the offer, though, thinking it stupid–until he hears that the paper is sold to the student body at quarter per copy. Eddy is at first surprised by this, but when he takes a gander at the junk that passes for "news" at the Peach Creek Jr. Without further ado, he writes up a piece of pulp fiction about the back of Ed's head housing a colony of mutants, and sets the printing press to "stupid fast." Once a nice stack of papers has been collected, Eddy sends Ed out to sell them, and Ed walks away to showcase the stories of the one known as Bobby Blabby. Rolf does so and begins to read about how Jonny's nose was discovered to house the lost city of Atlantis as he heads upstairs.

To add insult to injury, Eddy has to knit the world's largest doily, a feat that Edd thinks sounds like a front pager and Ed thinks smells like a back-pager.
Edifying Ed-ventures consists of six episodes from Seasons 1 and 2, runs for 83 minutes and has some extra features.
Please be sure to post the episode name, what the picture is of, and a little blurb about where it's at in the episode underneath the picture. While they read, Ed moves on, not noticing when Sarah shrieks because one of the stories is about how she is part of a secret chimp-foghorn race. At the top of the stairs, he encounters Jonny, who is excited about something else he read in the paper: apparently, Kevin keeps the world's largest collection of spandex bike shorts under his bed. Unlike his friends, Edd is glum, as his lead led nowhere, due to the failure of the knitting club's existence due to a lack of interest in the activity. Edd is confused as could be by this sudden twist until a copy of the Tattler is shoved into his face by Kevin.
Ed and Eddy spend most of the episode trying to make Kevin their personal Butt Monkey for the day. Yea, heheh.If you're so afraid of the Operator Symbol you need to watch the Splendorman video until the nightmares go away.
After all, while Edd may consider Jimmy's shortcake headline news, and while Sarah and Jimmy might agree with this assessment, there is no way that Kevin or anyone else in the student body would be caught dead reading about something that trivial. While Jonny yammers on, Rolf looks up the boy's nose and is perplexed when he finds only darkness and sesame seeds.
When Eddy shows off the quarters, though, Edd is happy again, and mentions that the student fund's coffers will be enriched by the dough.
Once he scans the paper he realizes what has happened, and makes a suggestion to Eddy that he should tell the kids who Bobby Blabby is. I thought one was Ed's?Few moments later its fixed.(I'm assuming that it's Ed's since Ed would probably get an A in gym). Even Edd is forced to admit that they haven't been having the best run of news, but of course, he has a lead on the scoop of the century: the knitting club plans to knit the world's largest doily! This confusion is increased when Kevin angrily comes by and accuses Rolf of wanting to bulldoze his house in order to build a rest home for his Nana.
Eddy isn't dumb enough to reveal the secret, though, and only suggests that this "Bobby Blabby" is a big jerk–only for Ed to mention that Bippy Boo-Boo dropped his hat, causing Eddy to yell at him that it's actually Bobby Blabby, inadvertently disclosing his secret newsman identity. Kick Me Prank: Eddy does this to Edd and says it's one of the symptoms of the Lack-a-Daisy-Cathro disease. While Rolf looks over the article in the paper declaring this as his plan, an angry Nazz comes by dragging Jimmy behind her.
Kick the Son of a Bitch: Kevin's well-deserved torment at the hands of Ed and Eddy can definitely be seen as this (especially after what he did to Eddy in "Your Ed Here"), while Double D's revenge on Ed and Eddy applies as well.
Soon enough, a fight breaks out between Sarah and Nazz, culminating in Sarah slamming a car down on Nazz's head. A stray comment from Jonny about something in the paper is actually important, however, as the kids realize that their true enemies are not each other, but rather the mysterious "Bobby Blabby" and head towards the newsroom to seek vengeance (except for Jonny and Plank, who apparently like the tabloid). Eddy goin' once, Eddy goin' twice, sold to the guy with–"[Rolf tosses the ball at Eddy's head, smashing it against the wall. They're awesome!I usually stumble across high quality episodes on Youtube by mistake and take advantage of the rare opportunity. I think I may have actually had a high quality recording myself for James and Raven, though..
The Dog Bites Back: After finding out that Eddy and Ed tricked him, Edd deliberately drops Eddy's house key in front of Kevin for good ol fashion revenge.
Ed and Eddy's pranking of Kevin could arguably fall under this trope for those who think Kevin deserved it.

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