It's the end of summer for Ed, Edd and Eddy! They must say goodbye to the last day of summer vacation and hello to the first day of school.
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When Edd is outside, he is seen in his jacket. But when he enters inside the school, he is seen with his t-shirt on.
How could one coupon be enough to buy a pancake mix, a ladder, and a urinal?
When school starts for the Eds, everyone is already wearing jackets. Considering that their school session started in early September, it couldn't have been cold enough for anyone to need jackets.
Reply: There might've been a cold breeze.
Edd says that their school session starts on Labor Day. American schools begin in August, not September.(Reply: Actually, some schools begin in September and some in August, not every school)
It seems hard to believe that Edd would have any sort of positive attitude towards the neighborhood kids at school since they all stole his school supplies.
Before Edd goes to the supplies store, it is dark out. When the Eds are at the supplies store, it is suddenly light out. When the Eds leave the shop, it is dark out again.
The Kankers said that they never go to class in this episode, but in Mission Ed-Possible and various other episodes, they can be seen working in the back of class. [Reply: There are chances of them getting caught.]
Instead of risking having Ed buy things useless for school, wouldn't Double-D have gone in with Ed and shown him what to buy?
Would Ed have really been able to buy pancake mix and a toilet in a school supplies store?
This episode was aired out of order; it was intended to be the first episode of Season 5, but it was aired after episodes Ed, Edd, n' Eddy's Boo Haw Haw, Ed, Edd, n' Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo, Ed, Edd, n' Eddy's Jingle Jangle Jangle, Mission Ed-Possible/Every Which Way but Ed and Boom Boom, Out Goes the Ed/ Cleanliness is Next to Edness, all episodes in which the Eds are in school. Since this episode marks the end of the summer season and the start of the school year for the Eds, why it as aired out of order remains to be seen.
When Ed and Edd head over to the corner store and it shows Eddy standing in front of Edd's house, the pavement leading to Edd's door is gone.
Before the Eds go into the girl's bathroom, Ed and May are wearing each other's clothes. When Ed goes into the bathroom, he is in his own clothes.
When Ed is in the bathroom, he is wearing May's clothes. Later on, he is in his regular clothes again.
In the first half of the show, Eddy's apron changes phrases depending on periods of excitement or disturbance.
When the Eds are in front of the supplies store, watch Eddy's shirt closely, because it keeps alternating colors from yellow to green.
The style of Eddy's shirt during the scene where Ed has bought supplies switches from having a yellow background with green leaves to having yellow leaves and a green background.
After Edd is run over by the kids, he has a pink eye and a black eye. However, once he is complaining about having no supplies and scenes after it, Edd's injured eyes are both rejuvenated.
May: Look. We're in the same homeroom.
Kevin: September? It ain't summer, it's fall, man. Somebody swiped our calendars.
Eddy: BUT IT'S SUMMER I TELL YOU!
(In girls bathroom)
Eddy: Ed, you idiot!
Ed: (Eyebrow turns into a curtain) Been around the block now.
Sarah: School starts tomorrow?!
Look Closely: When Double D fails his simulation, he will look up at the timer in the corner and it reminds him to shut off the stopwatch.
This is the third time that Ed has requested Edd's hat. The first two were in "Thick as an Ed" and "A Case of Ed" respectively.
Apparently, Rolf must get picked on at school.
In the scene where Edd finds his name on a room number list, There are names Angus, Danny and Big Jim. Angus and Big Jim are names of makers of this show and Danny is the creator.
It is odd that only Eddy and Rolf are the only people who hate school.
This episode should really have been in season 4, as there are already episodes that take place in school before this.
This is the third time Ed asked for Edd's hat; he also asked for it in "Thick as an Ed" and "A Case of Ed".
Jonny is seen playing with the Whiz-Whaz toy from It's Way Ed.
This marks the end of the Ed's summer vacation and the start of the Ed's school year.
The school mascot is a slice of peach cobbler. You can tell this because toward the end of the episode it shows the outside of the school where you see a sign that says:
Back to school!! Go Cobblers
Double-D has a school preparation simulation set up in his house.
Edd and Eddy, from this episode and onward throughout the season, wear jackets. Edd's jacket is brown, and Eddy's jacket is similar to his normal shirt.
In spite of the implication that the culdesac kids appear to be the only kids attending Peach Creek Jr. High, there are other children on the homeroom list, as told by Jonny.
Running gag: Eddy trying to retain the "endless summer" while the other kids are reminded of school.
This is the only episode of Season Five to start off in the summer.
Out With the Old, In With the Ed is the third episode of Ed, Edd n Eddy to air as one episode that takes up the length of two.
Eddy: Endless Summer
The dream of an eternal Summer that Eddy was trying to recreate at the beginning of the episode was a play on the show's original format for every season prior - a seemingly endless summer where Ed, Edd and Eddy make more and more scams to get money out of the kids
Out With the Old, In With the Ed: PhraseObviously a play on the phrase "Out With the Old, In With the New"
Edd: File Cabinet
The file cabinet in Edd's suticase is clearly an allusion to the endless drawer that God had for Bruce Nolan in the movie "Bruce Almighty".
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