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    Eddy (Ed, Edd n Eddy, seasons 5 and 6)

    Eddy Skipper McGee
    "I WIN! Ha ha ha! Am I loud enough for you now, Double D? HOW 'BOUT NOW?! NO? HOW 'BOUT NOW?!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Annoying, Self-Centered, Narcissistic, and Loudmouthed Big-Talker
    Age: 12
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Tony Sampson
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Ed, Edd n Eddy
    First appearance: The Ed-Touchables
    Last appearance: Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show


    Eddy is one the three main protagonists of the Cartoon Network series Ed, Edd n Eddy. He is the self-appointed leader of the Eds. He is a vain, selfish, and stubborn young child who likes to scam others to get jawbreakers with his two friends.

    While he was a good character in seasons 1-4, he was badly flanderized in seasons 5 and 6, and unlike Rigby, it was to the point of making him unlikable.

    Why He Was a Dork

    1. To get the elephant out of the room, he was badly flanderized, whereas he went from being the self-appointed leader of the Eds who's a bit devious and ill-tempered yet effectively encouraging with his driving force on giving his friends guidance to being a loudmouthed, problematic, unsympathetic, and obnoxious maniac who cares for nobody but himself and causes issues because of his selfishness.
      • Now, obviously, it’s common knowledge that Eddy is a massive jerkass, but in these seasons, his mean-spirited and naughty traits expanded up, and his moments of having a good heart are a lot fewer and further between.
    2. He was at his absolute worst in "Truth or Ed,” as he made up fake stuff just to get money (especially if Kevin and Sarah deserved it, which in this case, they didn’t).
      • Before that, he picks on Kevin and Rolf at the basketball game.
    3. He became a much bigger butt-monkey in these seasons than he was in the previous ones.
      • Having his legs waxed only for them to graphically swell.
      • Slamming his elbows against a filing cabinet.
      • Crawling fast through a thorn bush naked.
      • Jumping off the edge of the cliff to the water tower and getting hit by a train!
      • Getting in trouble for impersonating the principal, which was something he didn't even do.
      • Also, he once got detention for Ed flooding the school pool with his gravy mix
      • Granted, Eddy may have some moments where he gets tortured, but in these seasons, they're taken up to 11, although to be fair, he does usually deserve it, even before and after his flanderization.
    4. In the episode, "Tight End Ed”, he became so busy outdoing Ed as the school mascot that he was supposed to participate in helping the Peach Creek Cobblers beat their rivals. He was the reason why they lost that football game.
    5. He, along with Ed, once found out that Kevin was afraid of needles and terrorized him for it. Granted, he did get comeuppance for it.
    6. Some of the time, he screams the majority of his lines, with "All Eds are Off" used as an example.
    7. In the episode, "Pick an Ed”, he disguises himself as a new student named "Carl" to find out who called him a no-neck chump with graffiti. But after noticing the other kids are socially accepting him, he decides to keep his newfound persona and abandons his friends.
    8. In the episode "Cleanliness is Next to Edness”, when Double D asks Eddy if he can use his shower, he promptly kicks him out of his own house.
    9. In the episode, "A Fistful of Ed”, Eddy took advantage of Double D after the latter accidentally dropped a book on the foot of Lee Kanker and started acting it act as if Double D was the toughest kid in school before he got assaulted by Jimmy outside school grounds (which was justified, due to Eddy throwing hot-dogs at his face), and he lost his tough guy jacket after it got confiscated by Kevin, making him very angry.
    10. In the alien-themed episode, "The Eds Are Coming! The Eds Are Coming!,” he mistook Rolf for an alien from outer space while helping the kids along with his cohorts Ed and Double D, but right after he laughed so rudely at Jonny 2x4 (who almost had his face burned off, by the way).
    11. In the episode "A Town Called Ed,” he tried to ruin the kids' day of watching a monster truck match on TV.
    12. Due to all of the above, his flanderized personality could even rival that of Lee. That’s how bad he’s become.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. He was a much better character in the first four seasons and has redeemed himself in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, thus revealing why he acts the way he is.
    2. He does usually get comeuppance for his actions, so at least he’s neither a karma houdini or an idiot houdini.
    3. Tony Sampson still did a decent job voicing him.
    4. It was nice to see him stand up for Double D at the end of "A Fistful of Ed", even if it does nothing to justify what he did in that episode.
    5. In a rare case, fans may end up sympathizing with him, such as when he got in trouble for Double D impersonating the principal.
    6. He does have a handful of funny moments, such as:
      • "What's winter without a snow job, eh, Sockhead? Get it? SNOW job!?"

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