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• 9/30/2018

https://fantheories.wikia.com/wiki/Ed,_Edd_n_Eddy

Just wanted to note (regarding Rolf) that the reference to "Part like it's 1999" is a Prince song from 1982

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• 6/19/2018

Fan theories

https://fan-theories-fanon.wikia.com/wiki/Fan_Theories_Fanon_Wiki

If there is anyone who likes to make fan theories feel free to come post them to my wikia you can post any theories you want
Fan Theories Fanon Wiki @getfandom
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• 2/14/2018

Theory Workshop

I'm creating this thread as a place where we can discuss and shape up our theories before we post them on a theory page. I honestly think it would help.
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• 2/13/2018

Movies to cover

I nominate Blade Runner. I noticed a lot of interesting symbolism in it, so there's a good chance that people have come up with theories to explain it all. Does anyone else know of any movies that might have good theories to document? I think I have all the characters in "Ted Alice Bob and Carol" figured out, but that's just my musings, not really an established theory.
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• 2/13/2018

Beatles conspiracy

There are a number of Beatles songs tied to a conspiracy theory that suggests Paul died and was replaced by a look-alike. This would be a good theory to cover in the music theories section. http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1860871_1860876_1860997,00.html
Conspiracy Theories - TIME
Conspiracy Theories - TIME TIME.com
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• 2/4/2018

Gravity Falls page needs updating

I don't know what game they're referring to, but it was actually revealed that there was a secret organization in one of the show's last episodes. Mabel and Dipper had to stop them.
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• 1/31/2018

Spongebob theory page needs edits.

Seriously, why does it say "Medical Heroin" and "Medical Cocaine"

That doesn't fucking exist.
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• 1/17/2018

Caillou page needs help... seriously.

http://fantheories.wikia.com/wiki/Caillou seems to have been defaced with nonsense by a troll. I have no idea if the theories other than the first one have any actual coherent arguments for them out there, but what is written on that page does not make sense.
Caillou
Caillou FanTheories Wiki
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• 1/17/2018

For the "spongebob embarrassing photo" theory

It should probably be mentioned that the photo in question may have been shown in this Nick Christmas short from 2002: https://youtu.be/lDW9mhA9ezA

I can't edit the page myself, but I just thought I'd put that out there.
NICKMAS Holiday Specials
NICKMAS Holiday Specials YouTube
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• 1/6/2018

PIXAR: Infinity War

Set 15 years after the events of Up, the Witch returns to the 21st century after being absent for most of her life, and unleashes a powerful magic into humans, that makes their emotions go out of control. In the wake of desorder, machines are affected, as well as toys and animals, by the magic and gain their own emotions. The creatures all fight for freedom and independence, while humans, and the machines and monsters that allied with them fight to either estabilish a place on Earth or leave it altogether.
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• 12/22/2017

A proposal

I propose a partnership between my wiki dedicated to documenting Doctor Who theories and this one.
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• 9/27/2017

Ed Edd n Eddy: Plank Theory

Has anyone considered that Plank seems to be more than just a piece of wood? I think that he might be a chaotic, supernatural entity taking the form of an inanimate piece of wood. For instance, consider how Plank knows things that Jonny wouldn't have any real way to know.
In "Who Let the Ed In?", Edd and Eddy consult Jonny on what to do about Ed's new invisible friend, Jib. Jonny has no idea what they're talking about, since all they say is: "Ed has an imaginary friend. Can you help us?" and Jonny says: "Imaginary friend? What's that? ... Sorry. I don't know what you're talking about." Then Plank suggests building an invisible trap. This suggests that Plank has knowledge beyond Jonny's. In another instance, in "Little Ed Blue", absolutely no one knows what's going on with Ed and his uncharacteristic bad mood. Then Jonny, while trying to get Plank back from a grouchy Ed, tells Plank he's trying to get him. Plank then tells him something, to which Jonny responds: "You want me to what? That's weird, buddy. But I'll do it." He then pulls off Ed's shoe, revealing the pebble that was bothering Ed the whole time. How might Jonny have known to do this on his own? It is possible that Plank is a Cthulian entity with unfathomable knowledge that appears in the form of an inanimate object.
Plank not only knows things, but can also do things that a normal inanimate object shouldn't be able to do. In "Gimme, Gimme Never Ed", at the end of the show where the three Eds are accomanying Plank on their final, craziest roller coaster, he somehow sneaks away, even without Jonny noticing, and appears next to the level that sets the roller coaster in motion. Then, from a seemingly steady position, Plank falls forward and starts the roller coaster. From the script: [Plank is leaning against a rock. He falls forward onto a step, tripping the wires that hold the cart back. The cart starts to move onto the ride.] Key words to note being "leaning against a rock". Most inanimate objects can't tip forward from a resting position. Also, in "For the Ed, by the Ed", Jonny throws Plank, who rescues Jimmy from the Kanker Sisters by bouncing around the alley, bonking them on the heads, and tripping them. Normally, if someone were to throw a piece of wood at someone, it would bounce off of them, then land on the ground and be done with it. But the way that Plank ricochettes around and utterly defeats the Kanker Sisters suggests that Plank isn't entirely an inanimate object.
Plank isn't an evil entity, simply a chaotic entity. Plank and Jonny never do anything truly malicious, just crazy, disruptive things that upset the normalcy of the Cul-De-Sac. One could argue that Jonny has split-personality disorder to explain why Plank behaves differently than Jonny and why Jonny is always talking to himself. Or that Jonny is possessed and that that is how he has knowledge of things he normally shouldn't. Both are viable conclusions, but do not explain how Plank can act almost of his own volition in certain episodes.
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• 3/19/2017

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