To add insult to injury, Ed lands spread-eagled across the syrup, which provides a bridge for Kevin to ride his over, neatly avoiding Eddy's trap. On top of this cloud is something not so innocent, however, as Edd's creation is a. Shocked by this, the other kids then begin to defend Eddy. Two sixth-season episodes were already in production, though, so Cartoon Network aired them as a special event on June 29, 2008. This is the bestest day I've ever had! Jimmy does not hesitate in paying and thanks the Eds as he is led through the door by Ed.
No one would ever suspect mother nature to harbor a spring-loaded circus cannon and blow innocent bystanders to Kingdom Come! A crudely drawn bank note on the back of a soup label? Eddy throws the jar at Edd and begins to bang on Rolf's front door, demanding he get his stuff back before slamming his body in an atempt to break the door down. Without the bun, a sausage has no home. Jimmy breaks into tears while and provide commentary on the fight. The Eds are now ready to wreak havoc upon Kevin, and to do this, Eddy's first step is to spy on Kevin from behind a bush, where they find him working on his bike. The two hop off while Wilfred tugs the next scene across with his mouth. Fed up with his continued failure, Eddy blames Edd, saying that were Edd to have simply contributed an idea in the first place, they'd be at home complaining about boredom.
Eddy then knocks on the trailer door, and his brother reveals himself. The idea was that anyone could be a 'spy' and be working for the enemy. Kevin is confused by this, having no clue what was happening, and not wanting to deal with Eddy, simply slams the door on Eddy's hand. Unofficially led by Eddy, the Eds constantly scheme to make money off their peers, in order to purchase their favorite confectionery: jawbreakers. After Kevin reveals to Eddy that he now knows his little secret, Eddy is forced to do everything Kevin tells him to do to prevent Kevin from revealing Eddy's middle name to everybody. It was directed by Antonucci, who co-wrote the film along with , , Rachel Connor and Stacy Warnick.
It was produced by and premiered on on November 8, 2009. As Eddy expresses remorse over his past actions, he reveals that he lied about his brother and acted the way he did throughout the series in an unsuccessful attempt to gain admiration and social acceptance. Ed and Eddy prank Double D into believing that they have sunk to their demises in quicksand. In the opposite corner, and observe with binoculars in confusion. You, too, can have your wax dummy from Ed's spittin image of wax! While Edd and Eddy retch, Kevin and Nazz laugh.
Kevin is lazing in his backyard, stretched out in a hammock, when an innocent cloud comes to rest above him. If there's any helping to do around here, we do it for cash. When the time comes to fire, however, Edd refuses, saying that he already lives with enough guilt. He yells at Kevin to stop, and Kevin sinisterly beckons him over. Edd reaches Eddy's now empty room to see Ed and Eddy tearing out part of the floor to plant the seed in the ground.
Touched by Eddy's open confession and apology, the kids forgive and accept the Eds as friends. Afterwards, Kevin invites everyone over for and the children, except for Jonny and Plank, return home together, while the Kankers drag Eddy's unconscious brother into his trailer. The wallet is empty, however, but when Kevin looks closer, he finds out that it's owned by Eddy. Cartoon Network agreed to Antonucci's decision to make a film rather than the sixth season. Kevin seemingly doesn't notice this, though, instead packing up his hammock and going inside, not even paying any attention when the wreckage of Edd's scheme crashes down a few feet from him. Rolf begins thinking of a plan of revenge, and holds out one of his legs for Jimmy to climb on. The scene changes to the Eds preparing for a scam, Eddy checks himself in a mirror while Ed puts a coat hanger in his mouth to create a wide grin.
Eddy carries Ed around a corner and down the street, with Edd trailing behind. It seems that the ball has landed in Ed's way, and if he doesn't change course, he'll run over Kevin. Need a scapegoat for mom and dad to yell at? The film can be purchased on the. I'll take everything you've got for a trade. Ed's was revealed in a.
When Double D tries to talk him out of harming Eddy any further, Eddy's brother dismissively uses Eddy to slam Double D into the ground. Be proud of it, because it will be with you for the rest of your life. Kevin still tells everyone Eddy's middle name anyway! After narrowly escaping, the Eds decide to search for Eddy's older brother for protection. Eddy is initially enraged by this, but also cries and apologizes for the prank. He stops when in the street, he finds a wallet; when Eddy hears about this, he rushes over, intrigued by the prospect of cash. By shouting Edd's middle name to everybody so that everyone laughs at Edd instead.
The movie centers on Ed, Edd and Eddy's journey to find Eddy's unnamed and previously unseen older brother after one of Eddy's schemes left the cul-de-sac in a state of devastation. With a quick word about not talking to Kevin, Eddy comes along with Edd, who reveals that he was just trying to get Eddy away from Kevin so he could understand why Eddy's letting his sworn enemy make a fool of him. Eddy is far too willing to set off the cannon, however, and he winds up the pressure and pulls the trigger. The kids are staring at the dioramas in stunned silence when Eddy's voice breaks the quiet, remarking on how lifelike they are. Cause that's how we work.
This was all just an unfortunate, unforeseen circumstance. When the two leave, Edd inspects a dollar bill left behind, noticing that one side it is simply a crossed-out soup can label. Embarrassed, Rolf pushes him away. Although not affected by the scam, Jimmy and Sarah seek to have a picnic and watch the Eds get beaten up. The real Edd arrives just in time to scold the two for replacing him with a handpuppet.