For all of the birthday parties ruined, comfortable nighttime slumbers destroyed, and weekend hikes spoiled, there's still a very good reason to enjoy watching Ed, Edd n Eddy after six years.
Actually, I can think of several reasons, but the easiest one to identify is the simple fact that after each and every season, the Eds haven't really changed one bit. Ed is still the lovable lump of meat we all know him to be, Edd is still the prim and proper annoyance we've all come to respect, and Eddy still very much the overconfident, wannabe tycoon scam artist that we all remember. Ah, what it's like to be young… If it weren't for the television debut of the Eds, I probably would have never made it through my final year of junior high school… I too, was once "bolstered by the power of adolescent ignorance" like the Eds, as the official series summary customarily reads.
On to more pressing issues, is the television premiere of Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Boo Haw Haw, a brand spanking new Halloween special. Throughout a number of "holiday" specials we've seen our friends of the cul-de-sac go through your prototypical teenage trials and tribulations, and as such, the more recent, the more farcical; and the Ed, Edd n Eddy Halloween special is no different. What makes this animated television series so fun to watch and observe several years after it was first created, is to try to understand what aspects of is story, characters, and direction are so incredibly solid that you begin to wonder why other program's like it are so hard to find elsewhere.
Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Boo Haw Haw deals with our three amigos as they embark on a journey to discover the ultimate trick-or-treat neighborhood. Eddy--dressed as Zombie Elvis for Halloween--has received word that the elusive "Spook-E-Ville" is a legendary locality that is heavy-handed with the Halloween candy, and he feels that it's up to him to grab all that he can; but, as I'm sure you can guess, Eddy and the others can't snag the treats from "Spook-E-Ville" if they can't find it. And henceforth comes one of the largest dilemmas of Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Boo Haw Haw. While Eddy's hand-drawn map (half of which is illustrated in crayon) directs the guys here and there by the way of bent stop signs and broken down hearses; Double-D is dressed as the Bubonic Plague, and Ed the lovable lump has become delusional from hours of watching horror flicks.
Ed, after watching horror films for hours and hours on end, goes out to trick-or-treat with the other guys as Lothar: the Slayer of the Undead… but that's not all, for as it turns out, his movie habits have finally caught up with him. Now, whenever Ed sees a kid of the neighborhood, he has visions of terror and imagines them to be a horrible vampiress or a headless horseman. As the story unfolds, Ed's monster-vision gets the three guys in and out of trouble. Lothar, with his trusty spatula-weapon, must defend justice against the throes of evil… at the expense of the rest of the cul-de-sac and his best friends, of course.