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Ed Edd N Eddy S2 Comp [Import]

Matt Hill , Sam Vincent , Danny Antonucci , Marlene Robinson May    Unrated   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great humor{if you like this type Aug. 28 2012
By S. Bate
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I very much enjoyed getting to se ed edd N eddy again and in nice clean sharp picture quality too, a 10 out of 10 from this customer
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5.0 out of 5 stars Such a Deal Aug. 15 2006
By Gord Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
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Yeah, yeah, I know what you're thinking. It's about time the Ed Boys came out by seasons. Why, you ask, did Cartoon Network release two single disc DVDs before this entire first season set? Who knows? Maybe it was one of Eddie's scams. Those volumes, Edifying Ed-Ventures and Fool's Par-Ed-Ise only had six shows each. But here, at last is the Ed-ertainment value of the year: all thirteen episodes (each consisting of two cartoons) from season one on two single discs (with four special features), and at a price that leaves enough left for jawbreakers.

If you did buy the two single disc volumes (like me) the cartoons, "Sir Ed-A-Lot" "Who, What, Where Ed" and "Avast Ye Eds", from the first volume are also on the Season One set. "Fool on the Ed" repeats from the second volume.

Season one includes these episodes:

1. "Pop Goes the Ed" and "Over Your Ed"

2. The Ed-Touchables" and "Nagged to Ed"

3. Sir Ed-A-Lot" and "A Pinch to Grow an Ed"

4. "Dawn of the Eds" and "Vert-Ed-Go"

5. "Read All About Ed" and "Quick Shot Ed"

6. "An Ed Too Many" and "Ed-n-Seek"

7. "Look into My Eds" and "Tag Yer Ed"

8. "Fool on the Ed" and "A Boy and His Ed"

9. It's Way-Ed" and "Laugh Ed Laugh"

10. "A Glass of Warm Ed" and "Flea Bitten Ed"

11. "Who, What, Where, Ed!" and "Keeping Up with the Eds"

12. "Eds-Aggerate" and "Oath to an Ed"

13. "Button Yer Ed" and "Avast Ye Eds"
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5.0 out of 5 stars Laugh Your ED off... Some More ! April 24 2007
By Tim Coogan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
There's something about "Ed, Edd n Eddy" that makes me laugh... uncontrollably. Whatever the reason, I can laugh some more in the brand new second season DVD set ! Forget five or six stars; I'm rating this SEVEN stars !

Honestly, some of my most favorite ED-isodes are from the second season such as:

"Dear ED" - Jonny 2X4 breaks up with Plank and the Eds help him find a new "friend" for him.
"To Sir With ED" - Nazz comes over Eddy's house to babysit Eddy, who thinks it's all a date.
"Ready, Set, ED !" - The Eds attempt to break a world record.
"Shoo ED" - The Eds use Jonny's annoyance on everyone for cash.
"Floss Your ED" - Single D has a loose tooth and everybody tries to pull it out.
"Home Cooked EDs" - The Kankers vacation in Eddy's front yard.
"ED in a Halfshell" - Jimmy becomes Eddy's protege in scheming.
"One + One = ED" - The Eds enter a parallel universe they've taken apart.

Along with some of these great ED-isodes are some greater special features. They include an in-depth and very informative interview by creator Danny Antonucci, a "How to Draw Ed" feature, two never-before-seen promo spots, and a music video entitled "I'm Not Coming in Today"; better known as "The Incredible Shrinking Day". (I knew it !)

Although I'm a tad bummed that Cartoon Network has officially announced the Eds' series finale recently, I won't be too bummed if I keep on buyin' the DVD sets so I can laugh on and on again and again whenever I want to. Hope you do too. And while we're at it, I hope season three is in the works !
16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Monobrows, Dorks, Sock-heads Oh my!! July 23 2006
By Doc Kneezy - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Oh boy. The 1st season on DVD. And for only 15 dollars? Man this is a steal!!! This is probably Cartoon Networks longest and funniest running program. It revolves around 3 adolesents who all have similar names growing up in their cul-de-sac. They go on wild and hysterical adventures trying to scam the other kids out of their money so that they can buy their favorite snack. Jawbreakers. Though they try not to, most of their scams fail and wind up causing more trouble for them. Others shows like The Grim adventures of Billy and Mandy or Camp Lazlo have tried to copy this show and they all have failed miserably. Ed'Edd'N'Eddy is truly classic. This show is the meaning of goofy, off-the-wall comedy. Each character has their own uniquness about them. It funny watch how each kid deals with the Eds and their scams. Whether it's Ed's stupidity and funny quotes, Edd's Cleaniness, or Eddy's over-the-top scams and competiveness each character has a hilairious personality trait that will conflict with other personality traits in the show. Another strongpoint this show has is it's animation style which allows it to show emotions, damage, and facial features with ease. This is a show for anybody who has a good sense of humor. It may say it's for kids 7 & up, but this is a show for all ages. It stays true to it's roots of comedy without ever feeling repetitive.(Unlike Family Guy). And believe it or not the show only has 12 characters that are ever shown. But you won't even notice due to the great plots and superior writing. Don't be fooled by the 2 other DVDs: Fools Par-ed-dise and The Mis-Ed-ventures. These only have 6 episodes each from random seasons and cost more than this one. On this you get about 26-28 Ed-tacular episodes from the 1st season. So if you haven't figured it out by now.........BUY IT On OCTOBER 1OTH.......................
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars NOW WE ARE TALKING! Aug. 6 2006
By C HAGAN - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
So we are at last getting the classic show "Ed, Edd,'n' Eddy" on full season sets. It is about time. I suggest you shoud start with this and then get the other seasons when they come out. Everyone shoud try this show, for it is the true definition of cartoon comedy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Toon Mania May 23 2007
By Gord Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
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From the day Danny Antonucci faxed the rough sketch of the Eds to Linda Simensky at Cartoon Network, this early '80s toon was destined to be a classic. Watch the interview with DA on this set and you'll see why. Briefly, this toon introduced the "boiling line" --the outlines are constantly moving. This was initially disconcerting to some viewers, but compare how tastefully nuanced is the movement in this cartoon with the overdone computerized camera used in many live action shows. I could watch this show all day because the character design and backgrounds are so incredible, comparable to early Hanna- Barbera or Peanuts in their restrained "less is more" aesthetic. Contrast that with the CGI music video on this set of "I'm Not Coming In Today," where Sarah has lost all her "Sarah-ness," and the Eds move stiffly. Yawn.

Need more? This is one of the few shows since the Simpsons to feature humans. Like Peanuts or Looney Tunes, it mixes fantasy elements with realistic ones. The shows are also longer-- two to a half hour-- than the HB three to a half hour format they otherwise reflect. DA, known for indie toons Lupo the Butcher and The Brothers Grunt, is the last guy you'd expect to bring the mix of subtlety and innocence that is the secret of every great cartoon, but the first guy who did. In the current animation glut, this secret has been forgotten in the rush to make everything "extreme", which is to say, as overdone and unsubtle as most current live shows. The answer of Suits (or maybe flannel shirts) is to make everything even more extreme in hopes of seducing viewers, a short- sighted strategy if there ever was one. No wonder TV is in trouble. Now, with this great deal on Season two (and Season one also available), this watermark of early '80s toons shows how great a cartoon can be. Watch the Eds, Grasshopper, and learn from the Master.
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