it's about the Ed, Edd n Eddy-characters portrayed as actors, and shows how they all suffer under Edd's tyranny. As Edd's increased popularity has caused Antonucci to doubtlessly pick his side, the cast is forced to put up with his awkward episode suggestions and inappropriate behaviour.
and usually refers to changes actually made in Ed, Edd n Eddy, or explain in a typical satire manner why some things are the way they are.
Of all the characters, Matt is the most frustrated with his current role in the series. He often begs Antonucci to give him a bigger part or a better script, to which Antonucci apparently agrees, until Samuel convinces him otherwise.
He has a relationship with Erin and wishes to marry her, but claims he first needs to get a bigger, more secure part in the series for that to happen.
Samuel is cocky, rude, obnoxious, unwashed, unshaved and oversexed. He is well aware that Antonucci believes the show rests on his shoulders, and takes full advantage of it. He especially likes to change his scripts, but no matter how inappropriate his suggestions are, they always get approved and added into the final script one way or another.
Samuel thinks Tony is still too popular in the show, and often adds more sexual tension between their characters when he changes Antonucci's scripts, trying to chase Tony away or to get him fired for declining the part. This suggests that all the “sexual hints” in the series are Samuel's writing.
Tony has the ill luck that Samuel prefers making his life miserable more than anyone else's. He has been the continuous victim of the many dubious scenes written by him.
Even though Tony knows the reason for Samuel's behavior towards him, Antonucci does not believe him.
Tony isn't happy with his position in the show, and wished for him to become the “sex idol” instead of Samuel. The only reason he hasn't quit his job yet is because he hopes things will turn around eventually.
Tony wants the attention of girls, but claimed to have bad experiences with them. His only goal in life seems to get himself a girlfriend. So far he's always been turned down by the girls he liked.
He is in love with Jaud.
Ever since his creation, Edd, became the most popular character in his show, he couldn't ignore the cries of his fans and swore to keep him at the top. Even if it's at the expense of his other employees.
Since Samuel nearly disagrees with all his ideas, whether they're actually good or not, there isn't much of Antonucci's work that stays untouched.
It's unknown if Antonucci honestly likes Samuel or is afraid of him, as they are capable of having actual conversations together.
She is in love with Samuel, and the only person who dares to envy him, implying that she's blind for his evil ways.
Because she sees Samuel as the star of the show, she wishes for his approval, and often compliments him or tries to make him give her a compliment.
She is an very optimistic girl and also kind , funny, sweet, and smart.
While Samuel is a real womanizer, he says Kathleen disgusts him, making her the only girl Samuel wants nothing to do with. This is most likely because he thinks she is a boy.
When Kathleen first came to audition, she was auditioning for the role of “Edd”, but lost it to Samuel.
Peter has a very healthy and objective look on things and therefore loves to debate. But since the others are hardly interested in having heavy discussions during their breaks, he's usually stuck in a one-sided conversation with Barr and there's a rumour that they're in a relationship.
While she's considered to be one of the least enjoyable co-workers, Peter seems curious enough to let her finish her rants. He mainly participates in these tiresome conversations to convince her that things aren't all that bad in life, as she strongly believes the opposite.
Because Peter is so occupied with Barr, Samuel is his least concern. Neither does he mind his role as “Rolf”, since he is who he auditioned for, and the character stayed untouched throughout the years.
Unlike his character, Peter isn't foreign and has a low voice.
Tabitha is Erin's older sister and Matt's girlfriend.
When she and her sister both auditioned for the role of “Nazz”, Tabitha got chosen right away, while her sister got casted for “May Kanker”. But only on Tabitha's demand.
While Tabitha and Erin are similar, both in personality and capabilities, Erin was told she wasn't good enough for the part.
Tabitha is much like Nazz; and was also the popular girl in school. She's used to getting what she wants, and unlike her sister, good luck always seems to hit her.
Janyse is Tony's sister.
As she is very young, her mother always stays by her side to comfort her whenever she's feeling nervous or gets hurt on set.
She doesn't trust most of the other actors, and her brother and Keenan are the only ones she dares to approach and sees as a friend. This makes her the hardest to work with.
Keenan is the most experienced actor. His parents pushed him into the business, even though he says he'd rather go outside and play soccer.
Together with Jaud, he is the only actor with experience.
Keenan looks and acts like a very average boy, unlike the character he portrays. Janyse often hangs out with him off set, which he doesn't particularly like, as he thinks she's too clingy.
Just like Peter, David Paul acts nothing like he looks. He is the most intelligent member of the cast, with an IQ of 200.
David Paul has followed many different studies and trainings in his short life, but surprisingly enough, acting isn't one of them. When his acting career was offered to him, he had to accept, since he was having trouble with finding a job.
He never wants to speak his mind about Samuel, so it's unknown what he thinks about the whole situation. His given solution to the problem was to stop giving him the attention he expects, but the others are always too bothered by Samuel/Edd to follow that advice.
The crew usually wants to call him “D.P.” or “David” for short, but David Paul always insists they call him by his full name. His friends are not an exception.
Jaud is considered the most beautiful and talented actress by everyone, even though she plays the role of the butch “Lee Kanker”. She is the only girl on set who Samuel tries to pull a serious move on, though that could be just to irritate Tony, who has a crush on her.
As she finds her work more important than anything else, she isn't into socializing. Not much else is known about her.
Barr is extremely religious and a born pessimist. Next to Samuel, the others find her the least appealing to talk to. Even so, she and Peter always hang out together.
Barr's thoughts are usually all over the place, and she's more into sharing her “knowledge” than having an actual conversation. This means that most of what she says is completely irrelevant to the current subject or the situation.
As Barr is very different from her character, “Marie Kanker”, this makes her one of the most talented actors in the cast. Why she auditioned is unknown.
Peter suspects that acting is the only thing she enjoys in life, even though she never talks about her interests.
She is very jealous of her sister, as she isn't too happy with her own role as the “unattractive May Kanker”. Nevertheless, they are each other's best friend.
When Erin and her sister came to audition, they were both going for the role of “Nazz”, but Erin got rejected. She strongly believes her sister was chosen because of her looks.
While they are like two hands on one belly, Erin isn't quite as loved by her surroundings like Tabatha is. She used to be the least popular girl at school and is prone to bad luck.
Samuel likes to talk to her the most, to her dismay. He's the most friendly towards her, but nobody wondered why that is.
He's the voice actor and also the voice director on the show. Terry is also a writer and recently was story editor on the Bakugan series. He portrays Eddy's Brother in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show.
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