Ed, Edd n Eddy
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Sci-Ed Show is an Ed, Edd n Eddy comic. In it, Eddy attempts to run a sideshow, and charge the kids admission to see it. It was published by DC Comics in Cartoon Cartoons comic issue #7.

Plot[]

Edd is quietly reading a book in his room. Suddenly, Ed and Eddy barge in to hang out. Although this visit was unexpected, Edd informs them what he was reading about: the diet of the duck-billed platypus. After Edd mentions how it can eat its weight in worms daily, Ed proclaims he would pay to see that. Eddy, now seeing an opportunity, wastes no time concocting a scam.

This scam will be a sideshow, and the profit will come from charging admission to see it. Upon hearing this, Edd expresses doubt; questioning where they will procure such oddities. Meanwhile, Ed is playing around with a jar containing Edd's third grade science project, which he believes are pickles. Although this initially annoys Eddy, he now sees a solution to their potential problem.

A while later, the Eds are outside setting up a tent for the scam. For atmosphere, Eddy repurposes Edd's old science class projects as props. The main attraction, however, will be "The Lost Wild Man of Unga Dunga". The lost man in question is simply Ed in a costume. With the scam now set up, Eddy posts flyers all over the Cul-de-Sac. The kids, now intrigued by the Eds' latest scam, decide to check it out.

At the sideshow, a dressed-up Eddy invites the kids to view the oddities. For only one quarter, the kids can enter the tent, and see them all. Moments later, Ed, dressed up as "The Lost Wild Man of Unga Dunga", emerges from the tent. The kids, however, are not fooled by this ruse.

Eddy, still keeping up the act, states that the "Lost Unga Dunga" are cannibals that eat worms. To demonstrate, Eddy (inspired by Edd's earlier statement about platypuses) shoves a handful of worms into Ed's mouth. Upping the ante, Eddy then feeds Ed one of Edd's science projects.

This does not go well, however. Only moments later, Ed develops a severe rash. The kids, disturbed by what they have witnessed, run away in horror. Edd, attempting to remedy the situation, offers to let the kids see his mung bean science project, only to make the tent collapse.

Trivia[]

  • Goofs:
    • Kevin's shirt is orange instead of lime green.
    • In one panel on the last page, Jimmy's sweater is pink instead of cyan.
  • The comic title is a play on the word, "sideshow".

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