kevin's-bike

Ok so during my junior year some dipshit thought it’d be fun to plan a food fight. The problem was that the teachers caught wind of it and the admins had more teachers than usual guard the cafeteria. Like they thought that would make a difference. Anyway, so the food fight gets started, idk who started it, I hear it was some sophomore, but everyone eating in the gym heard about it and stood outside of the cafeteria watching all of the chaos ensue.

BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE. That same day the seniors decided to do their senior prank, which wasn’t creative at all. They were gonna go through the halls and have a party or something (memory is failing me), but there was this one kid and let’s call him Kevin because I don’t remember his name…it may have been Kevin. So Kevin comes in with the crowd on a bike dressed up in a Gumby costume (that weird green claymation character). Our principal is so pissed at the prank and food fight that he fucking checks Kevin into the lockers and off his bike. 

So Kevin was forbidden from walking at graduation, but our school started a “Free Gumby” campaign to have him walk. Like there were t-shirts and a facebook page and shit. And y'know what? IT FUCKING WORKED. When they called Kevin’s name at graduation everyone shouted “GUMBY!” And the weird thing is that my school had more weird shit that happened…

eene-fangirl  asked:

What is Nazz’s favorite activity to do in her passed time?

Nazz’s favorite activities include most things athletic.  She’s been shown to initiate baseball games and gymnastics competitions on her own, and has participated in other games that pop up around the neighborhood.  Although she has been shown to ride a bike like Kevin’s, I think her favorite passtime must be rollerblading, since her skates appear in most seasons and even earned a random close-up during the car chase in Big Picture Show.

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

To quote J. K. Rowling’s character Sirius Black, “We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are.” Nazz is a kind person because that is who she strives to be. However, there are moments where she slips. She is a human being who loses her temper and falls victim to schadenfreude, or happiness at the misfortune of others (see Nazz laughing when the Ed’s get picked on occasionally or when Eddy gives Jimmy a wedgie). Still, to quote Simon Kinberg’s adaptation of Charles Xavier in XMen: Days of Future Past, “Just because someone stumbles and loses their path, doesn’t mean they’re lost forever. Sometimes, we all need a little help.” A slip in character is not the end of someone being a good person.

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

Everyone throughout this month has been consistently naming the swamp scene in Big Picture Show as one of their favorite Nazz moment. Their reasons for liking this scene in particular seem to be A. We finally get a moment of definite personality from Nazz and B. Kevin gets told off for being a jerk/idiot/Gary from Pokemon. So, a lot of fans view this scene in a sort of “Right Vs. Wrong” light. I rewatched the scene a few times to see if that reading holds up.

The last time we saw Kevin and Nazz before this scene, they were in the Lemonbrook Gag Factory. I know you said we only had to analyze the swamp scene starting when they’re in the pipe, but I think it’s important to at least remember what happened to them before that.

So: In summation, Nazz accidentally flips a switch, activating a conveyer belt at the factory. The conveyer belt begins to carry away Kevin’s bike. Kevin panics, and Nazz volunteers to get it, but in trying to reach for it (which involves standing on her tiptoes and reaching up like a ditz), she gets caught, too. Kevin is completely frantic. He tries to flip the switch back, and when he can’t, he shouts, “I’m coming, babe!” climbs to the top of the conveyer belt, dives heroically in front of the chute leading to the waste disposal pipe and at the last second grabs… his bike.

Whew! That was close.

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eene-fangirl  asked:

Which episode had the best focus on Nazz? What did you learn from her in that episode?

i think the big picture show gave her the best focus was the big picture show becuase we got to learn that she doesnt like kevins bike obssesion

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

I’m exhausted so I dunno if I’m gonna do a full analysis. But I do find this question rather interesting! And it’s something I’ve thought about before.

I do think that Nazz is a kind person. However, I do think she has some anger issues that she tries to mask. We see her lash out several times throughout the show, even outside of the movie. Other than those instances, she tends to be rather chill, relaxed, and cool. I think she probably bottles up her emotions and frustrations a lot to keep up this outward appearance.

In Big Picture Show, it’s a special case. She, and everyone around her, has been pushed to their limits by the Eds, so she’s already greatly frustrated. Kevin’s preference for an inanimate object over her isn’t helping either. So it’s understandable that she would lash out. 

We also have to remember that these are middle schoolers. Of course they lash out- they’re kids. Their brains are starting to go through puberty, which can cause mood swings and hormone imbalances. This lends itself to lashing out in anger.

So no, Nazz isn’t mean. She’s just a kid who’s constantly trying to be well-liked by the kids in her neighborhood, and who is pushed to her limits by said kids several times a week, especially by the Eds (and Kevin). She’s frustrated by her crush choosing a bike over her, and by literally traveling across the country to hunt down Ed, Double D, and Eddy. She’s in a bad situation, and acts out accordingly.

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

I think Nazz is kind but, like anybody, has her limits in what she can handle …and Kevin accidentally pushed her past hers in their swamp scene. She thought (or hoped) he really cared about her but nope, he cared about his bike more and that just ticked her off. Can’t say I blame her.

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

I think Nazz is kind but that her aggressive surroundings have rubbed off on her enough to make her flippant and kind of shallow, prone to mob mentality.

I’m sorry I don’t have time for the bigger analysis, I’m actually doing some EEnE note gathering for something this weekend!

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i don’t usually pay much attention to romance in cartoons but c'mon nazz and kevin were cute they even got foreshadowed here in the boys’ crush episode because (1) kevin’s the only one of the guys to go after nazz to apologize, and (2) he actually leaves his bike in the grass to do that KEVIN NEVER LEAVES HIS BIKE ANYWHERE

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

You know i think i prefer letting that scen sppeack for itself.

Is Nazz a truly kind person?Well yes i certinatly do.Though nazz is definiatly one of the more pleasant members of the culbasac  well nazz isnt without her faults 

as from episodes such as x marks the ed ans smile for the ed where she can partake in needless cruelty to the eds .Though Nazz is usually never main source of mockery for the eds she ofcourse usually doesnt stand up for them (accept once but i think that had signifagance) but mostly shes the bistandard . Ofcourse its justified but i do think it might have a theory about where it stems from. Rember The episode a case of ed?

She decided to be staight forward and tell double dee that he had a sign on his back and that someone was playing a joke. Its not to often that Nazz helps the edd but there is an important thing to take note Kevin wasnt there. 

IN the the episode clenliness is next to edness 

After double dee being coverd in filth Nazz decides to offer him a shower again Kevin wasnt there .

IN the episode out with the old in wth the ed she smacked kevin for being rude.

So what does this mean about nazz as  character ? Well I do belive that deep down nazz can be a  verry kind person given the chance but its my theory that she tends partake in ed mockerys when kevin  is around might be have to do with her need to fit in with the crowd and her need of acceptense from kevin cause she afraid of what he thinks. I do think she might posses a likeness of the eds that she tends to not show out of worry of what kevin might think.

Do I think shes been wearing a mask ? I assume is nazz a fake being happy all the time. Well yes i do think that nazz might not always be as easy going as she might have people believe , however I dont think like others character who act verry nice but are deep down evil or phschotic 

I just belive its possible that nazz puts on a face becuse shes a teen girl with unchecked emotions she doesnt know how to handle properly so she just smiles.

IN coclusion yes I think nazz is a good person deep down.

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

I’ll do the second question (sorry for the late reply). I think Nazz is truly kind despite often having her limits. She sticks up for Eddy and Jummy on occasion, and tried her best when babysitting Eddy so I think she has a good heart. 

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

I can’t really do an analysis right now so:

I think she has been genuine in her kindness. There have been times she simply chose to walk out of a situation rather than interfere with it, I guess she thinks it’s the best thing she can do when something that really bothers her happens. Well, other than being deceived, that is. Her sense of justice outweighs her pacifistic behavior at those moments.

I honestly can’t see most of these kids being anything other than what they show us xD

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

I’d love to do an analysis but I don’t have time. In fact I’ve been thinking of maybe doing a little video derided analyzing the show.
I think she’s nice. She snaps like many do

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

The creators haven’t paid enough attention to her or written her well enough in order to really answer whether she’s actually a good person or hiding behind a mask.

She’s just the simple pretty girl, which is a shame, but I do like how kind and considerate she is compared to the other kids.

She’s sort of in a world of her own, like Ed, and just want to have fun, like Eddy. And she COULD have deeper traits and insecurities, like Double D.

No one knows for sure, but it’s fun to think about.

Nazz kind of reminds me of a cool, really nice, big sister whom everyone likes but no one really understands.

eene-fangirl  asked:

Either, Do an analysis of Nazz's scene in the swamp from Big Picture Show. Starting from where Nazz and Kevin are thrown into the swamp ending at the point where Nazz chucks Kevin's bike into the swampy water. Or if you don't want to do an analysis you may answer this question Is Nazz truly a kind person? Do you think she has been wearing a mask? *If you have any questions look at the post on my page.

Sorry this one took so long. XP I was mostly figuring out how to put it all together! I’ll do a bit of both…

1) I think that scene from the movie was Nazz reaching her limits. Which is something we can all identify with! After everything that’s happened with the Noodle Incident, then having to go through open and wild terrain to chase after the Eds with Kevin, and all the trouble they went through from that alone… Yeah, it’s no wonder she’s ticked! She LIKES Kevin, she has a crush on him, and seeing him pay more attention to his stupid bike, yeah! She has every right to be upset!

This is definitely seeing more of Nazz and how she truly is just a young girl who’s going through a whole lot of dangerous and terrifying stuff right now! And when the one person she’s with, the one person she can rely on, someone who is her best friend… just… out and ignores her? Oh yeah. She’s going to flip out with anger and toss that bike aside! No wonder! It was also a symbol of how she’s not taking any of Kevin’s crap anymore. She will not be treated like a pretty little secondary object. It’s like a breakup of sorts, which is how I always viewed that scene. It’s Nazz officially breaking up with him. And while it’s sad, it was needed, for both of them, and for her character.

2) Oh yes, I think she’s a genuinely kind person. I don’t think it’s a mask. I think what ends up coming out is not only finding her identity, but also, uncertainty in expression emotions. Sometimes you just don’t know how to handle a situation and how to feel about it. You may feel irritation or annoyance, but you try not to show it because you’ve been taught that you have to be polite and gracious. I think Nazz doesn’t always know where the line is and ends up making it harder on herself. She does try to be happy and I do think she is. She’s in a better place than she once was (when she was chubby) and has friends, but she’s still finding herself and how to behave in certain situations. She’s having a tough time being a young girl on the cusp of puberty and it shows! She wants the answers, but she can’t always get them. :<

That’s what I think, anyway. XP