Eek

Eek may refer to:

  • Eek, Alaska
  • Eek River, Alaska
  • Eek! The Cat, an animated TV series
  • Eek, a Penis!, a South Park episode

EEK may refer to:

  • Estonian kroon, ISO 4217 currency code for the former currency of Estonia
  • Chrysler K platform, extended Chrysler K car range sometimes called EEKs
  • Workers Revolutionary Party (Greece) (Ergatiko Epanastatiko Komma)

Other articles related to "eek":

Aarni Neuvonen - Scheme
... Job-seekers were charged 2335 EEK in advance the fee was supposed to cover costs of "foreign passport" (note that this Soviet-era relic had long before disappeared from Estonian ... At that time, the average salary in Estonia was about 1070 EEK, and due to the aftermath of the crash of the GOSPLAN-governed Soviet economy, joblessness was around 17% ... limited, and enticing victims to bribe Neuvonen with 100 USD (about 1200 EEK at the then-current rates) fee for their positions in the queue to be lifted higher ...
Eek, A Penis! - Reception
... TV Squad's Brad Trechak felt that "episodes have felt lower in quality this season" but the episode succeeded in being "unconventionally funny" and singled out the mouse/penis duet for praise ... Travis Fickett of IGN gave the episode a rating of 7.7, stating that the episode "will probably not end up as one of the more memorable episodes in the canon, but it's pretty damn fun nonetheless" ...
Bomb Man Of Pae Street
... a related civil suit, Ringmaa was fined 10,000 EEK, ordered to pay 10,000 EEK to partially cover costs of the state-appointed attorney, and ordered to pay 20,255 EEK to cover costs of expert services ...
The Terrible Thunderlizards
... is a segment that aired in Canada on YTV and in the United States as part of Eek! Stravaganza on the Fox Kids programming block ... The series was originally intended as a spin off from Eek! The Cat ... The segment was supposed to air at the start of Eek's second season in September 1993, but due to production delays, it began in November ...

Famous quotes containing the word eek:

    “Myn owene trewe wif,
    Do as thee lust the terme of al thy lif;
    Keep thyn honour, and keep eek myn estat,”
    After that day we hadde nevere debat.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)

    Virginitee is greet perfeccioun,
    And continence eek with devocioun,
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)

    Thou saist that dropping houses and eek smoke
    And chiding wives maken men to flee
    Out of hir owene hous: a, benedicite,
    What aileth swich an old man for to chide?
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)