Talk:Episodes from Ed, Edd n Eddy, Special episodes
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This is the inital merged season page. I tried to include as much of the original plot text from the pages as possible, however the page was getting very long. Other season pages only had a one line synopsis. If you have any suggestion for style or format, please feel free to either discuss them or make the changes.
If this season has not been merged yet, please feel free to do so.
If you have any problems with the merge, please see this VfD debate, as the consensus was originally to keep, however other seasons/episodes were to merge. Therefore in order to keep cohesion, all of them are being merged. <> Who 08:15, 27 May 2005 (UTC)
Can someone please explain where the "one of the first-ever religious references in an animated television series" comment came from? If I'm not mistaken, "Rugrats" had been doing the story of the Macabees many years before the airdate of the EE&E episode, and I know of many more examples. Can someone tell me the source of this? mysekurity 7 July 2005 00:06 (UTC)
- I'm not sure, I forgot to remove it, was giving it good faith to begin with. Not only rugrats, but SouthPark, has had heavy religious themes. Probably should just ask the user, on their talk page, what they meant by the comment. <>Who?¿? 7 July 2005 00:33 (UTC)
- If I'm not mistaken, EEnE's first religious reference was Jingle Jingle Jangle...maybe that's what he meant. --Wack'd About Wiki 11:39, 15 September 2006 (UTC)