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Skipper (middle name)
Pipsqueak (by his brother)
Ed-boy (by Rolf)
Dork/Dorky (by Kevin)
Three-haired Ed-boy (by Rolf)


Professor Scam
Bobby Blabby
King Eddy
Eddy the Christmas Angel
Panda Eddy
Loudmouth (spy code name)
Marshall Eddy

If you can't beat 'em…show off!


Eddy is one of the three protagonists in Ed, Edd n Eddy and the self-appointed ambitious leader of the Eds.


Eddy is often selfish, and mostly works for his own interests, sometimes even neglecting his friends. Because he is frequently overambitious, deceiving, loud, and power-hungry, his peers often socially reject him. Kevin describes him as being "desperate" on more than one occasion, as Eddy is indeed starved for social acceptance and he is irritated by the fact that his rival Kevin is the most popular kid, whereas he is not even as popular as Plank.

A good example of his selfishness and greed is in "Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?" After manipulating Ed into buying jawbreakers instead of fudge for Sarah, Edd comes up with the idea of paying back Sarah, with interest. Eddy (more for himself than for Sarah) comes up with a scam that has Kevin giving Edd and Ed painful wedgies and hanging them from a tree, and afterward Eddy uses them as piñatas in a piñata scam with Jonny trying to get a prize out of them.

Eddy somewhat lives in his own world, in which everyone loves and admires him. In this world, he is more intelligent than Edd and is the literal King of the Cul-De-Sac. This dream world was shown during his part of Jonny's bedtime story in "Once Upon an Ed."

Eddy is possibly paranoid of Kevin as displayed in "The Luck of the Ed." After Ed forgets where he hid Eddy's prized magazines, he suspects Kevin of stealing his magazines and that Ed, Edd and Jimmy are all in on the imagined heist.

Eddy has also displayed cowardly behavior on more than one occasion, having saved his own hide (or get free jawbreakers) rather than help his friends. Despite his horrible treatment, he shows that he does care about them and really cherishes their friendship. Although there were some episodes who showed these trait (like in "A Fistful Of Ed" or "Momma's Little Ed"), the most prominent one is in the movie, which matches with his character development: He saved Ed from an angry Rolf in the car chase, cried for an apology to Edd by admitting his faults, and smiles when Edd comforts him after showing remorse from his actions in the end of the movie.

Though these traits might seem to be definitive parts of his character on their own, they can also be easily explained. Many of his negative traits come from his brother, who (according to Eddy) also conned people, although much more successfully. His brother was accepted into society easily, and Eddy was respected because he was with him. After he left, Eddy decided to follow in his footsteps, but failed miserably in the process. His brother was popular because his scams and pranks worked, while Eddy's backfired and ended in him and his friends getting pummeled and walking away empty handed. Eddy's brother was someone who people wanted to be around, because he was fun and popular (despite in his only appearance seeming to be a ruthless bully).

Eddy is known to hate birds. This is first shown in "Virt-Ed-Go" when after the Eds retrieve a quarter from the sewer, a bird (possibly a seagull) flew in, and took the quarter out of Eddy's hand, and flew away. The bird shows up again, when the Eds are looking at a tree and the bird's nest falls on Ed's head, Eddy realizes it is the bird, and the bird flies away, Eddy says "I hate birds!" In "Button Yer Ed" and "Will Work for Ed," he is attacked by the warmongering rooster. In "It Came From Outer Ed," crows were summoned by a curse made by Ed's scam which caused them to attack the Eds.

Eddy has shown some level of intellect throughout the series by concocting efficient scams like the thingamajig, Eddy's Career Counseling, the Ed Theater, and the "Canadian squirt guns." To a degree, he shares with Edd the ability to make useful items out of scratch or random items lying around. For example, in "Postcards from the Ed," he off-screen constructed the "Eddy's World-Class Deluxe Tour Bus" also he built the thingamajig (with the help of Ed and Edd) and possibly the Professor Scam Flyer, he built the alien vacuum and constructed a few prototypes. He can also build the feared El Mongo Stink-Bomb.

While not as smart as Edd when it comes to straight up intelligence, Eddy does indeed possess a wide and immensely varied knowledge of pop culture. Several times throughout the series he has made references to not only famous movies/actors/directors but also to more sophisticated historical individuals such as Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Mikhail Baryshnikov.

However, in the movie, the reason of his behavior it's explained: It turns out that all his selfish and mean traits were all a mask, only acting like his brother just to earn his brother's respect and be friends with everyone; which had the opposite effect and nearly lost his dear best friends because of his behavior. His true self is a sad, misunderstood and self-hating kid who yearned love and respect and was abused and mistreated his entire life.

Eddy is very sensitive about his height, which suggests he may have a Napoleon complex. Eddy detests school, and has more than once has tried to escape it. His report card not only has straight F's, but also has teacher's comments filling up the entire reverse side of the card. His poor grades are more than likely due to a significant lack of effort on his part. His ideas for scams are regularly creative and clever, showing a great deal of intelligence, he taunts and jeers Sarah to the point where she loses her temper and seizes him and his friend.

At home, Eddy loves his retro-styled room. Some of the items inside it are a lava lamp, a large, circular king-sized bed, a disco ball, and a turntable. Eddy also has a decent-sized collection of vinyl records to go with the record player. Eddy is mostly seen commanding the two Eds into building the scams while he does either non-physical work or no work at all. He probably enjoys cooking, as he often offers to make his friends lunch, especially buttery omelets. These omelets are often remarked upon by him, and it seems he is quite prideful of them, to the point that he believes they are the best ever.

He is also highly impatient and is unwilling to wait for even the smallest amount of time. This is best shown by his unwillingness to wait one minute for a microwave burrito to cook in the episode "Oath to an Ed." He also jumps to conclusions very quickly, to the point where he issues ultimatums to those he is falsely accusing, such as when he accused Ed and Edd of working for Kevin in "The Luck of the Ed." It must be granted that he was very paranoid at the time, but he does regularly jump to conclusions about the guilt or innocence of others (see the suspect list in "If It Smells Like an Ed").

One point of pride for Eddy is his big brother. Eddy's Brother is his supposed idol, and Eddy is fast to point out ways in which he resembles his older brother. Eddy also frequently brings up his sibling, especially how he taught Eddy everything about scamming and how his brother ran the cul-de-sac before he left home. He also uses his brother as a threat more than once (notably in "Ed... Pass it On..."). Even when it becomes clear to everyone in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, Eddy doesn't confess how his brother isn't what he often claimed to be until after his brother is knocked out.


Eddy wears a yellow polo shirt with a purple collar/sleeve hems and a vertical red stripe on the right side. He also wears light blue pants like most of the other characters, as well as a wallet chain and plain red shoes. During the fall and winter, he wears a dark yellow jacket which resembles his usual shirt. Sometimes he wears his other jacket which is yellow and has a purple horizontal stripe. He has a "closet of dreams" full of extra clothes, and has worn many different party shirts and other outfits for specific scams. For example, in "Rambling Ed," Eddy wore a turban for a scam that was for Jonny and Rolf when he pretended to summon ghosts and demons. Eddy's clothing bears a strong similarity in color Rolf's clothes. Eddy also has pink skin in a shade comparable to Kevin's, except having a lighter complexion around his eyes and on his eyelids. He has blue eyes and a yellow (later green) tongue.

Old Eddy

Old Eddy, seen in "Take This Ed and Shove It," hasn't changed his ways from when he was young. He is still as short tempered as he was as a kid, dislikes that he is old and does not like playing cribbage (though he still plays it with Ed and Edd). He hates walking with a cane and while he will discard it, it somehow finds its way back to him each time (like magic). His room is still the same retro-styled room he had back in his youth. In a deleted scene, it is shown that he is married to Old Lee (though he remembered nothing of the marriage). He still wears his normal clothes with the baggy pants having a patch on it. He has bushy, white eyebrows and his eyelids turned white. His zit appears to have grown back, although it is much smaller and not as red as seen in the episode "X Marks the Ed." One thing that must be noted about this future form is quite possibly Eddy's imagining of him as an old man, so it is possible that the actual, older version of Eddy is quite different.

Young Eddy

In "Every Which Way But Ed," Eddy is seen in his young, toddler-like form. He has shorter hair, and is seen wearing only his normal shirt from the rest of the series and a diaper. He has a propeller beanie, and has already befriended Ed before meeting Edd. Eddy began scamming at a young age, and his first known scam is "Bottomwess Ed," which was done at or around the time Edd moved to the Cul-de-Sac.

Eddy in FusionFall

The player faces Eddy's fusion three times (twice alone, once with the other Fusion Eds). He is found in Peach Creek Commons in his cardboard fortress, which protects the cul-de-sac from Fusion attacks. After the fortress was built, he decided to make himself the king of the cul-de-sac. In the future, Eddy is the only character among the three Eds, and apparently the only character from his series in general (due to the absence of the Kankers), to have survived up to after the fall of Tech Square.

Unlike most of the characters, Eddy isn't very concerned about the Fusion invasion, which he sees as little more than a business opportunity. Eddy acts as a supplier of common household items and weapons to fight Fuse, and he supplies them by using the Urban Rangers. He sells the items in exchange for cash or items of greater value. Eddy's fusion is one of two fusions that you face three times, twice in the past, and once in the future. The other thrice-faced Fusion is Fusion Edd, and he is fought three times in the Past.

Fusion Eddy is fought in the future to gain his Nano. The first time he is fought in the past, you fight him alone; the second time (third overall), he is fought in a lair with Fusion Edd and Fusion Ed, all of whom need to be defeated to complete the given mission.


Alter Egos


  • Eddy: "You know the drill. Cough up some dough then swing."
    "An Ed is Born"

  • Eddy: "If you can't beat 'em… show off!"
    "Dear Ed"

  • Eddy: "Ed! What do you have to say for yourself?!"
    "Over Your Ed"

  • Eddy: [to Edd] "Zip it, blabbermouth, you're gonna ruin our cash count! If summer never ends, then school will never start, and if school never starts, then it's endless scammin', brother!"
    "Out with the Old, In with the Ed"

  • Eddy: [to Edd] "Go blow your whistle, Mr. Referee. I got a nuisance to make out of myself."
    "Will Work for Ed"

  • Eddy: [mocking Sarah] "'I want free popcorn! I want free popcorn!' What do I look like, some popcorn fairy?"
    "Little Ed Blue"

  • Eddy: [taunting Ed] "Hey Grumpula! Wake up on the wrong side of those stale socks of yours?"
    "Little Ed Blue"

  • Eddy: [dreaming] "Oh, no, no, who else? I accept this award on behalf of myself!"
    "Read All About Ed"

  • Eddy: [sarcastically; referring to Rolf] "Oh boo-hoo, what's Wolfgang McHairy-Back gonna do? Stick eels down our pants again?"
    "No Speak Da Ed"

  • Eddy: "You guys have gotta trust us! How are we supposed to rip you off if you don't trust us?"
    "If It Smells Like an Ed"

  • Eddy: [revealing his true shy and kind nature to everyone] "I made it all up, Double D. Everything about my brother was a lie. I made things up so people would like me. Think I was cool. But boy was I wrong. The scam, my brother...this...when am I gonna learn, Double D?"
    "Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show"


  • His I.D. in "Your Ed Here" has revealed many things about him. His middle name is "Skipper," he is 12 years old (though this may have changed through the course of the series) and he lives at 220 Rethink Avenue (but in the episode "To Sir with Ed" his house number is 200).
    • Eddy is also the only character in the whole series to have his age and address revealed.
    • Eddy's age was first shown (implicitly) in "A Pinch to Grow an Ed", too.
  • Eddy broke the fourth wall 17 times, more than any other character in the show.
  • Eddy has the same color clothing scheme as Rolf; a yellow shirt with a red stripe, light blue pants and red shoes.
    • However, in addition, Eddy has purple as part of his color scheme. His shirt has a bright shade of yellow whereas Rolf's shirt is more goldenrod. The red stripe on Eddy's shirt is vertical whereas Rolf's stripe is horizontal.
  • Eddy is the only character to have all of his immediate family members seen at least partially: Eddy's Brother in the movie, his Dad's arm in "Mission Ed-Possible" and his Mom's arm in "Smile for the Ed."
  • Eddy is actually considerably strong despite his small size, as evidenced in "The Luck of the Ed" when he is able to pick Ed up by his legs, hold him above his head and then smash him down on Edd. There have been other moments of extraordinary strength, such as when he is able to pick Kevin up and body slam him multiple times in "Ready, Set... Ed!" There are other moments where he can very easily subdue people, push them, and/or throw them.
  • He claims that he used to have a gerbil as mentioned in "Oath to an Ed."
  • In "A Pinch to Grow an Ed," it is revealed that Eddy has not gotten taller since he was 11 years old, which is shown on his wall with all the height measurements he recorded.
  • Eddy can become extremely angry, aggressive, and/or crazy if any of the following happen to him.
    • When there aren't any kids for him to scam ("Laugh Ed Laugh").
    • When people start destroying his room and breaking his personal items for no purpose ("Dear Ed," "Home Cooked Eds," and "Momma's Little Ed").
    • When he loses his magazines and they are not found after a while ("The Luck of the Ed").
    • When people mock him because of his short height ("A Pinch to Grow an Ed").
  • Pancakes give Eddy gas, as he mumbled in the episode "It Came From Outer Ed."
  • His report card grades, as seen in the episode "Mission Ed-Possible," are the following:
    • Art: F
    • Science: F
    • English: F
    • History: F
    • Remedial Math: F
    • Wood Shop: F
    • Cooking: F
  • Eddy is a fan of Tom Jones and Barry White, evidenced by the records and posters in his room.
  • Eddy is a very capable juggler, as seen in "Sir Ed-a-Lot," as he is capable of keeping many objects, some of them relatively large and/or bulky, in the air.
  • The boomerang in "Hand Me Down Ed" affects Eddy by making him maternal and adopt a suitcase that he named Casey Jr.
  • Eddy has compared his accomplishments to his brother's multiple times in the show, hinting at a sort of inferiority complex, and given Eddy's Brother's character (as revealed in the movie), Eddy's Brother could have gloated about his success to Eddy.
  • Eddy might be a fan of pro wrestling, as in "Tag Yer Ed," he claims that wrestling is "the ultimate de-wimpifier", and also seems to know a lot about the technical aspects of wrestling.
  • In the movie, Eddy has some considerable character development. Eddy felt remorse and tearfully apologized for and admitted his wrongdoing in all of his past actions, thus setting the stage for his immediate change in personality and his immediate acceptance into popularity.
  • Eddy displayed paranoia when he was accepted by the kids as "Carl" in "Pick an Ed" implying that he may have trust issues, most likely due to his history with his brother.
  • While Eddy always boasts about how good his omelets are, in his report card his grade in cooking, like in everything else, is F.
    • Eddy's omelettes may not be too tasty, as he caused smoke while making omelettes at Rolf's house in "Rambling Ed" and he used too much butter and poured in way too much salt onto the pan before he even put in the eggs in "Who, What, Where, Ed".
  • Eddy's usual running style is leaning forward with arms stretched forward, as if he is trying to catch something right in front of him.
    • Interestingly, in the episode "Mirror, Mirror, on the Ed," while being chased by Kevin he reverts to his original run style as opposed to Edd's.
  • Eddy doesn't like it when people touch him (which is shown in "Ed-n-Seek," "Momma's Little Ed," and "Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?").
  • Edd claims that Eddy hates monster trucks in "A Town Called Ed."
  • Eddy appeared in the Cartoon Cartoons (as well as Cartoon Cartoon Fridays and Cartoon Cartoon Weekend) logo for Ed, Edd n Eddy.
    Cartoon Cartoons Logo Eddy.png
  • During the Nood era of Cartoon Network from July 14, 2008 to May 28, 2010, the "Next" Nood for Ed, Edd n Eddy (as well as Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show) takes on the form of Eddy.
  • In Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall, Eddy can't grant the player extra money (called Taros) when he/she defeats an enemy. This is odd because he is rather obsessed with money. This could be an intentional reference by the programmers to his obsession with money and the fact that he would be unlikely to give it away.
  • He has a yellow tongue in Season 1 and some clipart, but in "Know it All Ed" (first episode of Season 2), his tongue is green and it stays that way throughout the rest of the series.
    • Additionally in the opening theme song (even when Season 1 was airing), his tongue is green.
  • It is rumored that Eddy's last name might be "McGee" because Ed has called him "Eddy McGee" twice in the series; the first time was in "My Fair Ed" and the second was in "Mission Ed-Possible." Furthermore, in "Stiff Upper Ed", Eddy calls himself 'McRich', which could possibly be in relation to McGee. However, this speculation may be false, because in the first occasion, Ed was attempting to rhyme words, and in the second, Eddy could have just used 'Mc' as a way to make the name sound snappier.
  • A tutorial on how to draw Eddy is included in Ed, Edd n Eddy The Complete First Season.
  • Danny Antonucci said that he based Eddy on his two sons.


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See also

Sours: https://ed.fandom.com/wiki/Eddy

Ed, Edd 'n Eddy (1999 - )

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Like any boys trying to survive their adolescence, Ed, Edd and Eddy are as clueless about girls as everything else. Eddy may not be the brains of the trio, but he's the "idea guy," always scheming and dragging his buddies along. Ed, Edd and Eddy go on summertime adventures involving part-time jobs, treehouses and of course, girls.

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Big Ed (by May)
Edwin (by himself)
Lumpy (by Eddy)
Burhead (by Eddy)
Dork (by Kevin)
Ed-boy (by Rolf)
Monobrow (by Eddy)
Fish Face (by Sarah and Eddy)
Lummox (by Eddy)
Lovable Oaf (by Edd)


Friendly, tall, dumb, goofy, strong

Ed is one of the three protagonists in Ed, Edd n Eddy. He is the strongest and the least intelligent member of the Eds.


Ed is tall, has yellow skin, a light blue colored tongue, horse teeth, ginger hair in a buzz cut (making it appear black), a black unibrow, and turquoise eyes (as seen in "The Luck of the Ed").

He is usually seen wearing baggy purple/blue pants, large black shoes, and a red and white striped T-shirt. He also wears a dark olive green jacket with brown lining on the inside and with white sleeve stripes on the outside. He always wears it no matter the climate. His jacket is often filled with rotting produce and/or old candy.

In general, Ed's appearance matches his personality, though he is portrayed to have clever ideas in some episodes.


Ed is kind, good-natured, and happy-go-lucky with a positive attitude towards almost everything and everyone he encounters. He is the type of person who sees everybody he meets as a potential friend. Ed is also very absent-minded and naive, making him the perfect candidate for Eddy to help him with his scams, as Ed hardly ever questions them. Even so, Ed never feels abused by Eddy despite being the workhorse for almost all of Eddy's scams.

However, Ed is often the subject of abuse by his younger sister Sarah. He always fears Sarah when she gets him in the palm of her hand. Even though she torments him a lot, he still loves Sarah dearly and does his best to protect her and make her feel happy.

Ed is a loyal fan of low-budget horror movies and comic books, but often misinterprets them as reality. He is an animal lover as well, with chickens being his favorite animals, a running gag throughout the series. His love of chickens sees him often attempting to borrow those belonging to Rolf, and he once even ignored a Jawbreaker giveaway mere feet away from the candy store in order to dive into a gigantic chicken drive. He has also displayed a selective affinity for music, as he was unable to play the violin when his mother commanded him to but was able to play the flute excellently in "Who's Minding the Ed?" Ed also enjoys certain foods, most notably buttered toast and gravy, as the unused bathtub in his bedroom is filled with the latter. Other foods that Ed likes are pudding skin and Chunky Puffs.

Some examples of what Ed doesn't like are vegetables and soap, meaning he does not lead a basic healthy life, much to the chagrin of the more hygienic Edd. Even so, he doesn't seem to suffer physically under his low maintenance life style.

Although Ed is a very childlike and loving character who will easily hug, kiss, or playfully interact with other characters, the Kanker Sisters are a rare exception for him. The equally loving May Kanker is often left standing.

Above all, Ed is a loyal friend who sticks by those he cares for as much as he possibly can.


Ed does not seem to have a noteworthy relationship with any member of his family, as his father usually seems uninterested and his mother often chooses Sarah's side over his.

Even though Ed's parents have never been fully seen on screen, Ed's remarks and Sarah's threats give a decent impression as to what their household is like. It is also made clear that Sarah is spoiled and Ed often gets the blame for any problem that occurs in or around the house. Nevertheless, Ed surprisingly cares a lot about Sarah.

Known Family Members:

Young Ed

Toddler Ed was first seen in "Every Which Way But Ed," wearing only his red-and-white shirt and a diaper. He had one big tooth and a long strand of hair. He proved himself to be incredibly strong at a young age, being able to lift an entire house very easily. In addition, Ed is shown to have the pica-like behavior he has in the present day as he ate an entire television set as part of Eddy's Bottomwess Ed scam. Even though Ed is supposed to be a toddler, he is noticeably tall.

Toddler Ed was also seen again in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, when Ed got shocked by the electric gum that Eddy offered to him in the prank factory scene.

Old Ed

Old Ed was first seen in "Take This Ed and Shove It." He still wears the same clothes he always did, but is much older. He is bald, has a white bushy eyebrow, and a long white beard with a mouse trap stuck to it. He uses a walker to help get around and apparently suffers from an uncontrollable colon. His intelligence has made no improvement at this age.

In a deleted scene, it was shown that he was married to May Kanker. Old Ed was also seen again in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show when Ed got shocked by the electric gum that Eddy offered to him in the prank factory scene.

Ed in FusionFall

While Ed and Edd are absent in the future world, Eddy tells the player that "Big Ed isn't around," but doesn't mention why, or where he has gone to, implying his death.

In the past world Ed can be found at Mt. Blackhead, having wound up there after escaping pursuit from May Kanker.

Alter Egos


  • Ed: [Ed's stomach growls] "Eddy!" [He jumps onto Eddy]
    Eddy: "You're giving me a hernia, Ed!"
    Ed: "It sounds like the howl of a werewolf from the belly of Hades!"
    Eddy: "Get off me!" [throws Ed off him] "That's your belly."
    Ed: "Huh-huh. I'm hungry."
    "An Ed Too Many"

  • Eddy: [hears phone ringing] "A pledge!" [answers] "Ed Telethon!"
    Ed: [looking around in the fridge] "Eddy, do you keep donations in the fridge?" [Eddy furiously hangs up]
    "Hands Across Ed"

  • Eddy: [hears phone ring and answers] "Ed Telethon!"
    Ed: [digging under the house] "Are donations bigger than a breadbox?" [Eddy furiously hangs up]
    "Hands Across Ed "

  • Eddy: [in fear when noticing that the Eds are about to crash into the Kankers] "KANKERS!!"
    Ed: [horrified and literally in extreme closeup] "EXTREME CLOSEUP!!"
    "Don't Rain on My Ed"

  • Ed': "What do you do when you live in a shoe and you ain't got no sole?"
    "One of Those Eds"

    Sarah: "ED! You listen to me, mister! You can't kick me out! I LIVE HERE TOO!!"
    Ed: "SO MOVE!!"
    "Little Ed Blue"

  • Ed: "An elephant never forgets, Double D, but I forget what the elephant remembered."
    "The Good Ol' Ed"

  • Ed: "An apple a day keeps the bus driver away, Double D!"
    "Stuck in Ed"

  • Eddy: "No problem. We, the Eds, are smarter than -"
    Ed: "Onions?"
    Eddy:"No, Ed. We're smarter than -"
    Ed: "Buttered toast? A bus driver?"

  • Ed: "I would like to talk to you about a very important issue: I Ed...is that a jawbreaker? YOU HAVE JAWBREAKERS!?"
    Cartoon Network's 2004 Election


  • Ed's hair color is red/ginger, as seen in "Over Your Ed."
  • Ed's most prominent facial features are his monobrow and his underdeveloped chin, both of which are often referenced by other characters, particularly Eddy.
  • Despite his horrible hygiene and noted lack of toothpaste use, Ed has noticeably white teeth, whereas other characters, such as Rolf and two of the Kanker sisters (Lee and Marie), are shown with visibly yellowed teeth.
  • In "Smile for the Ed" , Ed's middle name is revealed to be "Horace".
  • In "The Luck of the Ed," it is shown that Ed's eyebrow can be removed.
  • Ed is the only Ed who was never kissed by Nazz.
  • In "Take This Ed and Shove It," Ed says that he wants to be rice (Frisco style) when he grows up.
  • In "Look Into My Eds" it's revealed that Ed dreams of becoming a ballet dancer.
  • In "Boom Boom Out Goes the Ed," it is discovered that his skull is a piece of buttered toast with two holes for eye sockets and a slice of butter for the nose. But in "Flea-Bitten Ed," when Edd x-rays him, he is shown to have a normal skull, but with a bone where his eyebrow should be. In "Cool Hand Ed" the inside of his head is shown with a small brain, a bandage, a spoon, and a crushed soda can inside his head.
  • Ed is afraid of soap as shown in "Once Upon an Ed" and "Run for your Ed," however he had no problem with soap in "Over Your Ed."
  • Only 3 characters have managed to make Ed mad: namely Jonny 2x4, Sarah, and Eddy's Brother (if the episode "Little Ed Blue" isn't counted).
  • Ed can perfectly play the flute ("Who's Minding the Ed?") and the saxophone ("Smile for the Ed"), yet was forced to play the violin by his parents ("Pain in the Ed").
  • According to himself in "Over Your Ed," Ed's height is 5'9, which is the average height of an adult American male, but is tall for his age.
  • While Ed can be friendly and nice, he can become angry, aggressive, and/or crazy if any of the following happens to him:
    • If a pebble gets stuck in his shoe (as shown in "Little Ed Blue").
    • If he is interrupted while he is watching the Eight Hour Monster Movie Marathon" (as shown in "Knock Knock Who's Ed?").
    • If he has watched too many monster movies in a row for too long (as shown in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Boo Haw Haw).
    • If he hasn't had gravy for a very long period of time (as shown in "All Eds are Off").
    • If his eyebrow is stolen and used for blackmail at the risk of losing it (as shown in "Luck of the Ed").
  • Ed revealed in "Who, What, Where, Ed" that he used to have braces.
  • In "X Marks the Ed" it was revealed that Ed is afraid of wigs, yet in "A Boy and His Ed" he was wearing a clown wig (and even asked to keep it), and in "Quick Shot Ed" he was forced to wear a wig by the Kankers and showed no ill effects. In addition, in the comic "Sugar, Spice, Ed" he wore a woman's wig (as did Edd and Eddy).
    • He could mean that he's scared of wigs on someone other than himself, which could've been a consequence of the events in "Quick Shot Ed".
  • Ed sleepwalks and sleep eats, as shown in "A Glass of Warm Ed" and "Run for your Ed."
  • Ed has a pet turtle, as seen in "Ready, Set... Ed!""From Here to Ed," and "Run Ed Run."
  • Ed got an A for history on his report card in "Mission Ed-Possible." However, in an earlier shot it showed that his report card said F on everything, making this an animation error.
  • Ed once had seagulls trapped under his bed in "Ready, Set... Ed!" Some of their names were "Penelope," "Edmund," and "Nestor."
  • In "Scrambled Ed", it was shown that Ed has a collection of sponges, and hides them in his wall. They reappear in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show where he threw them into the wind while preparing to leave the Cul-de-Sac.
  • He has at least four lucky charms.
  • Ed can lift a house with one or two hands, as seen in "Cry Ed" and "Every Which Way But Ed."
  • Danny Antonucci has said that Ed is based on his easily distracted, oft-daydreaming, dysfunctional side that was always focusing on something else while in the middle of an activity.
  • He gets gas when he eats strudel ("No Speak Da Ed").
  • A cardboard cutout of Ed appeared in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy episode, Billy and Mandy Moon the Moon, which aired as the fifth and final chapter of the crossover event, Cartoon Network Invaded. In the episode, the cardboard appeared as one of the replacements of the Earth's humans.
    • During the credits, he is also among the brainless characters from each show represented in the event that had their brains sucked.
  • He is a talented artist as seen in multiple episodes.
  • He is known to have a number of allergies:
  • Ed was among the candidates for Cartoon Network’s 2004 Presidential Election along with his running mate Grim from The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, the other candidates and running mates were Plank and Jonny, and Numbuh 1 from Codename: Kids Next Door and Eduardo from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
    • On November 5th of that year during Cartoon Network Friday Night, Ed was declared the winner of the election and therefore the new president. Upon his victory (appearing alongside Grim, Edd, and the Mayor of Townsville), Ed tried to talk to the public about a very important issue, until he was distracted when he thought someone in the audience had jawbreakers.
  • Ed possibly has a fear of heights. In several episodes, he has been shown to have an aversion to climbing. In other instances, though, he readily embraces heights:


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See also

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Ed, Edd n Eddy

Canadian-American animated comedy television series

Ed, Edd n Eddy is an animated television comedy series created by Danny Antonucci for Cartoon Network, and the sixth of the network's Cartoon Cartoons. The series revolves around three preteen boys named Ed, Edd (called "Double D" to avoid confusion with Ed), and Eddy—collectively known as "the Eds"—who live in a suburban cul-de-sac in the fictional town of Peach Creek. Under the unofficial leadership of Eddy, the trio frequently invents schemes to make money from their peers to purchase their favourite confection, jawbreakers. Their plans usually fail, leaving them in various, often humiliating, predicaments.[2]

Adult cartoonist Antonucci was dared to create a children's cartoon; while designing a commercial, he conceived Ed, Edd n Eddy, designing it to resemble classic cartoons from the 1940s–1970s. He pitched the series to Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon, but the latter would not give him creative control, leading to a deal being made with the former and the series premiering on January 4, 1999. During the show's run, several specials and shorts were produced in addition to the regular television series. The series concluded with a television film, Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, on November 8, 2009.

Ed, Edd n Eddy received generally positive reviews from critics and became one of Cartoon Network's most successful original series. It won a Reuben Award, two Leo Awards and a SOCAN Award, and was also nominated for another four Leo Awards, an Annie Award and two Kids' Choice Awards. The show attracted an audience of 31 million households, was broadcast in 120 countries,[3] and proved to be popular among children, teenagers, and adults. With a 10-year run, Ed, Edd n Eddy is currently the longest-running Cartoon Network original series. The series also was broadcast on Teletoon in Canada.


See also: List of Ed, Edd n Eddy characters

Three young odd-looking boys.
From the left: Edd ("Double D"), Eddy, and Ed

Ed, Edd n Eddy follows the lives of "the Eds", three preteen boys who all share variations of the name Ed, but differ greatly in their personalities: Ed (voiced by Matt Hill) is the strong, dim-witted dogsbody of the group; Edd (Samuel Vincent), called Double D, is an inventor, neat freak, and the most intelligent of the Eds; and Eddy (Tony Sampson) is a devious, quick-tempered, bitter con artist, and self-appointed leader of the Eds. The three devise plans to scam the cul-de-sac kids out of their money, which they want to use to buy jawbreakers. However, problems always ensue, and the Eds' schemes usually end in failure and humiliation.

The cul-de-sac kids do not include the Eds as part of their group, making the trio outcasts. The group of kids consist of: Jonny 2×4 (David Paul "Buck" Grove) is a loner whom his peers consider to be a nuisance, and spends most of his time with his imaginary friend, a wooden board named Plank; Jimmy (Keenan Christensen) is a weak, insecure, and innocent yet accident-prone child, who is most often seen spending his time with Sarah (Janyse Jaud), Ed's spoiled and ill-tempered younger sister; Rolf (Peter Kelamis) is an immigrant, who often participates in unconventional customs; Kevin (Kathleen Barr) is a cynical and sardonic jock who detests the Eds, particularly Eddy; Nazz (Tabitha St. Germain; Jenn Forgie; Erin Fitzgerald), usually seen with Kevin, is a stereotypical dumb blonde and an unattainable love interest for the cul-de-sac kids. All of the cul-de-sac kids share a common fear of the Kanker Sisters, Lee (Janyse Jaud), May (Erin Fitzgerald; Jenn Forgie), and Marie (Kathleen Barr), three teenage girls who live in a nearby trailer park and are in love with the Eds.

Aside from the Eds, the other cul-de-sac kids, and the Kanker Sisters, no other characters appeared in the series until the fifth season, when the silhouettes of other people were occasionally shown, and in "Mission Ed-Possible", the arms of Eddy's father and Ed's mother were seen. In the series finale, Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, Eddy's adult brother (Terry Klassen) was seen for the first time, making him the only non-main character, and the only adult character to ever fully appear on the show.

The series took place mostly within the fictional town of Peach Creek, and new locations were rarely introduced. The first four seasons of the show are set during seemingly endless summer vacation, though from the fifth season onwards, the characters are shown attending junior high school in the fall and winter months.



Cool-looking animator, Danny Antonucci
Danny Antonucci, creator, director, executive producer, and co-writer of Ed, Edd n Eddy, produced the series on a dare.

Although cartoonistDanny Antonucci began his career by working as an animator on various children's series for Hanna-Barbera, his later solo works were edgy and aimed at adult audiences. He gained notoriety with the 1987 short film Lupo the Butcher and then, after founding his own production studio, a.k.a. Cartoon in 1994, created the series The Brothers Grunt for MTV. It was quickly cancelled, however, upon being met with generally poor reviews.[4][5]

On a dare, Antonucci then decided that he would try producing a children's animated series of his own. While designing a commercial, he ended up drawing three characters that he felt particularly pleased with. Growing excited over their potential, he named them Ed, Edd, and Eddy and spent the following months developing a show around them.[6] He faxed a one-page concept sheet to Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon in 1996.[6][7] Both studios quickly responded, Cartoon Network in only 20 minutes, and were enthusiastic and wanted to see more; they each demanded creative control, however, and Antonucci refused.[4] After Cartoon Network agreed to let Antonucci have control of the show, conversations between Antonucci and the studio continued.[4]

Vice president of programming and production of Cartoon Network, Mike Lazzo, showed high interest in the series and requested a show bible, which came through by fax, a few pages at a time, over a period of the next few months.[7] After an affirmative response from Cartoon Network president Betty Cohen, the legal paperwork and deal-making began, followed by a start-up meeting at the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles. A deal was made that Antonucci's studio, a.k.a. Cartoon, would produce Ed, Edd n Eddy, the first Cartoon Network original series to be produced by an outside production company rather than Cartoon Network's Hanna-Barbera. The series also entered production and bypassed a seven-minute short; this marked the first time that one of the studio's original series had ever done this.[7]

According to Antonucci, he based the characters on real people in his life. The personalities of Ed, Double D, and Eddy are based on his own traits as well as the activities of his two sons, while the cul-de-sac children and the Kanker sisters were all based on children he grew up with.[8] Rolf is based on Antonucci and his cousins, since he was part of an Italian immigrant family, and grew up in a first-generation foreign household with different customs and ways of living, compared to those born in Canada.[8]

Rolf is me and all of my cousins. My parents were right off the boat so I grew up playing to two worlds, the modern world, and the 1950s Italian world. My parents like Rolf's lived — still live in the past, with strong traditions and strange cooking and having a hard time assimilating to modern life.[9]

Jimmy is based on one of his cousins, who was rather feminine and spent most of his time playing with girls rather than with boys.[6] Jonny and Plank are inspired by one of Antonucci's childhood friends, a loner who spent most of his time outside with his blanket.[6] He stated that he believed it was important to add Plank, a board of wood, to the show, and that he, "thought it would be really cool to do the show with Plank taking on a character of his own" and to cause Jonny to do things he would usually never do.[8] Some wanted Plank to be able to talk, smile and blink as if he was alive, but Antonucci insisted that it should be treated as a piece of wood, brought to life by Jonny's imagination.[6]


Matt Hill, Samuel Vincent, and Tony Sampson were respectively cast as Ed, Double D, and Eddy. David Paul "Buck" Grove and Keenan Christensen played the parts of Jonny 2×4 and Jimmy, respectively, while Sarah was voiced by Janyse Jaud. Peter Kelamis voiced Rolf, while Kathleen Barr was cast as Kevin. Nazz was voiced by Tabitha St. Germain in season 1, Jenn Forgie in season 3, and Erin Fitzgerald in seasons 2, 4, 5, and 6. Fitzgerald also played the part of May, one of the Kanker Sisters, except in season 3 when she was voiced by Jenn Forgie. The other two Kanker sisters, Marie and Lee, were voiced by Kathleen Barr and Janyse Jaud. Eddy's adult brother is mentioned frequently throughout the series but does not appear until Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, where he is voiced by series voice director Terry Klassen.[10]


Antonucci, an advocate of hand-drawn animation, wanted to ensure Ed, Edd n Eddy was produced in a way similar to cartoons from the 1940s to 1970s. As a result, the series was the last major animated series to use traditional cel animation; cels were shipped to South Korea for creating the initial animation, and then later edited back at Antonucci's a.k.a. Cartoon studio.[4] The first four seasons were produced traditionally. Starting with Ed, Edd n Eddy's Jingle Jingle Jangle in 2004, the series switched to digital ink and paint.[citation needed]

To give the impression of movement, Ed, Edd n Eddy uses "boiling lines" or shimmering outlines which Antonucci likens to cartoons of the 1930s.[4]IGN has compared it to Squigglevision,[11] and Animation World Magazine wrote that the way the line varies and shakes gives the animation a distinctive and spontaneous feeling as if it were drawn by children.[12] The boiling line is created by tracing off a drawing three times through sheets of paper.[6] Antonucci explained that he felt it "helps keep the characters alive" and that he wanted to depart from other Cartoon Network series and pay homage to the classic cartoon era.[4][6]

All the children have multicoloured tongues; Antonucci said that the idea came after he saw his son and his friends with different-coloured tongues because of eating different candy while he was working on a storyboard.[6] The characters went through several "walking cycles," a process used to determine how each character should walk or run, turn around, blink, etc. before the crew came up with the final product.[6]

Music and title sequence

Antonucci showed the theme song to the studios when first pitching the series, thinking it would be better than only looking at drawings.[6] It was inspired by the Bob Crosby and The Big Cats song "Big Noise from Winnetka," which was whistled, something Antonucci enjoyed doing as a child.[6] Composed by Patric Caird, who created all the music in the series, Antonucci performed the whistling himself.[6] The theme song was featured on the compilation albumCartoon Medley.[13] The title sequence was created by Paul Boyd.[14]

The music of Ed, Edd, n Eddy is heavily influenced by 1930's and 1940's jazz and jump blues, rockabilly, boogie woogie, and the rock and roll of the 1950's.[15][16]


Although Ed, Edd n Eddy was originally set to premiere on November 7, 1998,[17] the pilot, "The Ed-touchables / Nagged to Ed," aired on January 4, 1999, as the sixth Cartoon Cartoon, due to minor post-production delays.[18] During the series' original run, episodes often aired as a part of Cartoon Network's weekly programming block "Cartoon Cartoon Fridays."[19]

Cartoon Network ran several marathons for either commercial promotions or special airings of one of their shows. The eight-hour "Boy Girl, Boy Girl" marathon ran on March 7, 1999, airing episodes of Ed, Edd n Eddy and The Powerpuff Girls, which had been Cartoon Network's two newest series at the time.[20][21] Later that year, Ed, Edd n Eddy was featured with other original Cartoon Network series in the third annual "Cartoon Cartoon Weekend," a fifty-three-hour marathon, which ran from August 20 to August 22.[22] In 2002, the show was included in the similar "Cartoon Cartoon Marathon Weekend," which ran from August 23 to August 25.[23] The six-hour "Ed's Day Off Marathon" aired 22 episodes on January 19, 2004, in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.[24]

"The Best Day Edder," in which every episode was shown in chronological order, ran from April 27 to April 28, 2007, and ended with the previously unbroadcast season five finale, which was promoted as the "final episode ever."[25] However, it was quickly followed by "The Eds are Coming, the Eds are Coming" the following month, as part of a special alien-themed event called "Cartoon Network Invaded."[26] As of May 2, 2007, "The Best Day Edder" provided Cartoon Network their best ratings of the year.[27] A seven-hour Sunday marathon, which ran before the premiere of Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, posted double-digit delivery gains among children ages 9–14 (up 14%), boys ages 9–14 (up 16%) and girls ages 6–11 (up 17%), compared to the same time frame last year, highlighting the network's weekend performance.[28]

At the July 2007 San Diego Comic-Con, a cut segment from the season four finale "Take This Ed and Shove It" was screened at the Ed, Edd n Eddy panel.[29] The series' fourth season was originally ordered as the last, but two additional seasons and four specials, including a movie, were ordered as a result of the series' popularity.[11][30] The series' finale movie, Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, aired on November 8, 2009, officially ending the series.[31]


Main article: List of Ed, Edd n Eddy episodes


Main article: Ed, Edd n Eddy specials

Along with an additional fifth and sixth season, Cartoon Network ordered three holiday specials that originally aired in 2004 and 2005.[30] "Ed, Edd n Eddy's Jingle Jingle Jangle," the first, is a Christmas special aired on December 3, 2004.[32]Valentine's Day's "Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo" originally aired on February 11, 2005.[33] The final, Halloween special, "Ed, Edd n Eddy's Boo Haw Haw" aired on October 28, 2005.[34] Antonucci stated that "Boo Haw Haw" was one of his favourite Ed, Edd n Eddy episodes that he worked on.[9] On May 11, 2007, a fourth special, "The Eds are Coming, the Eds are Coming" aired; however, it was not a holiday special, but an adjunct to other Cartoon Network series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, My Gym Partner's a Monkey, Camp Lazlo, and The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy in the alien-themed mini-series Cartoon Network Invaded that aired all five specials from May 4 to May 28, 2007.[26]

Appearances in other series or works

Besides their own series, Ed, Double D, and Eddy have also appeared in other cartoon series. They appeared in the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends episode "Eddie Monster" and were drawn using that series' style of animation,[35] and made a short cameo in "The Grim Adventures of the KND", a crossover of The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Codename: Kids Next Door. They also appeared on a small crossover poster during its credits entitled Ed, Edd n Mandy.[36] In 2012, Double D made an appearance in the animated sketch comedy Cartoon Network series Mad episode "Once Upon a Toon."[37] In 2018, Plank appeared in the Robot Chicken episode "3 2 1 2 333, 222, 3...66?" in a segment entitled "Plank: The College Years".[38]

The show was featured in the 2002 edition of Cartoon Network's fictional awards program, The 1st 13th Annual Fancy Anvil Awards Show Program Special: Live in Stereo. It won Best Performance by an Inanimate Object in a Dramatic Role for the character of Plank, and Best Performance by a Team in a Cartoon Series for the characters of Ed, Double D, and Eddy. The character of Sarah was nominated for Best Performance by a Female in a Cartoon Series, but lost to Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls.[39]

In 2004, the Eds appeared in a short series of basketball commercials with NBA All-Star Steve Francis.[40] Ed appeared in the "Cartoon Network Elections 2004" with Grim from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy as a team, and they ended up winning, due to the highest number of votes by viewers.

The fourth single on American rapper JID's debut album, The Never Story, is titled "EdEddnEddy." In the song, the rapper declares the antics of him and two of his friends are similar to the scams of Ed, Edd, and Eddy. A music video for the song was later released, replicating the series' signature art style.[42] The video was also planned to debut on Adult Swim, but according to JID legal issues prevented this from panning out.[43]

Reception, legacy, and achievements

Ratings and run length achievements

Ed, Edd n Eddy attracted an audience of 31 million households, was broadcast in 120 countries, and was popular among both children and adults.[31][44] According to Cartoon Network executive Linda Simensky, the first season did "remarkably well" in ratings following its premiere, becoming one of the top-rated series on the network.[7] It was Cartoon Network's most popular show among boys ages 2–11.[45] In 2005, it was reported that Ed, Edd n Eddy was the number one rated show on Cartoon Network and was known to 79% of children aged 6–11.[46] The series ran for nearly 11 years, making it the longest-running Cartoon Network original series, and at the time of its finale, the longest-running Canadian-produced animated series.[31][47]

Critical reception

Ed, Edd n Eddy received generally positive reviews from critics. David Cornelius of DVD Talk considered the Eds to be child equivalents of The Three Stooges, believing that "the series revels in the sort of frantic, often gross humour kids love so much, and there's just enough oddball insanity at play to make adults giggle just as easily."[48] Cornelius also wrote that the "animation is colourful and intentionally bizarre; bold lines forming the characters and backgrounds wiggle and morph in a delirious haze. This is the animation that's, well, really animated."[48]

Despite this, not all reception of the show was positive. Terrence Briggs of Animation World Magazine considered every second of the show "filler" and lamented that the main characters are drawn as "products from the school of acid-trip caricature."[49] After Briggs' review was published, a large number of letters supportive of the show were sent to the magazine, prompting it to "take a second look" at the show. Different reviewers then gave it a positive review, calling it a "fresh show with very different approaches."[12]


During its run, Ed, Edd n Eddy was nominated for a Reuben Award, six Leo Awards, an Annie Award, two Kids' Choice Awards and a SOCAN Award, winning the Reuben Award, two Leo Awards and the SOCAN Award. It was ranked seventh on ScrewAttack's "Top Twenty Cartoon Network Shows."[50] Desi Jedeikin of Smosh.com listed Ed, Edd n Eddy on the website's list of "9 Cartoons That Need a Reboot."[51]Complex included Eddy's room on their list of "Movie and TV Characters' Bedrooms You Wished Were Yours,"[52] and ranked Jimmy 14th on their list of "15 Artistic Characters We Miss From Our Childhood."[53]Cracked.com praised the show's high level of violence, stating that it "set the bar on cartoon violence for anything that was played on Cartoon Network, and thus far, none have surpassed them."[54] Bob Higgins, head of creative at Wild Brain, considered Ed, Edd n Eddy to be a "landmark in animation."[55]

In August 2002, the New York Museum of Television and Radio featured the episode "An Ed Is Born" as part of the special program "Cartoon Power! Celebrating Cartoon Network's 10th Birthday".[56]

Date Award Category Nominee(s) Result
May 8, 1999Reuben AwardsBest Television Animation[57]Danny AntonucciWon
May 6, 2000Leo AwardsBest Director in an Animated Production or Series[58]Won
May 11, 2001Best Musical Score of an Animation Program or Series[59]Patric Caird
for "Ed in a Halfshell"
November 10, 2001Annie AwardsOutstanding Individual Achievement for Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production[60]James Wootton
for "Wish You Were Ed"
May 8, 2004Leo AwardsBest Musical Score of an Animation Program or Series[61]Patric Caird
for "Postcards from the Ed"
May 27, 2005Best Musical Score of an Animation Program or Series[62]Patric CairdWon
April 1, 2005Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite Cartoon[63]Ed, Edd n EddyNominated
May 12, 2006Leo AwardsBest Musical Score in an Animation Program[64]Patric Caird
for "Boo Haw Haw"
June 1, 2007Best Musical Score in an Animation Program[65]Patric Caird
for "This Won't Hurt an Ed"
March 29, 2008Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite Cartoon[66]Ed, Edd n EddyNominated
November 23, 2009SOCAN AwardsInternational Television Series Music Award[67]Patric CairdWon

Other media


Cartoon Network produced short cartoons involving the Eds which were shown during commercial breaks. A short music video was produced with stylized versions of Ed, Edd, Eddy, and Sarah, entitled "The Incredible Shrinking Day" (listed on the Season 2 DVD as "I'm Not Coming in Anymore"),[6] which aired on Cartoon Network in 2002 and 2003. In the video, Sarah uses a potion to shrink the Eds to a size capable of playing in her dollhouse, with predictable results.[68] Plank starred in a similar video called "My Best Friend Plank," which aired in 2002.[69]


Main article: Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show

The made-for-TV movie Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show served as the series' finale and premiered in the United States on November 8, 2009; although it had completed production a year earlier and first aired in Scandinavia, Australia, and Southeast Asia.[70][71] The plot focuses on the Eds' search for Eddy's Brother, a character mentioned several times throughout the series, but never seen until the film. He is voiced by series voice director Terry Klassen.[10][72] The film was directed by Antonucci, who also co-wrote the script with Rachel Connor, Jono Howard, Mike Kubat, and Stacy Warnick.[72] The story was written by Joel Dickie, Steve Garcia, Jim Miller, Raven Molisee, and Scott Underwood,[10] while the score was written by series composer Patric Caird.[72] The film achieved huge ratings success for Cartoon Network with high delivery gains.[28][31][71]


Ed, Edd n Eddy was regularly featured in DC Comics' Cartoon Network Block Party (originally Cartoon Cartoons, the collective name of original Cartoon Network series from 1995 to 2003) comic books, along with other Cartoon Network series.[73] Two books based on the series have been released, both published by Scholastic Inc. in 2005: Ed, Edd n Eddy: Lots of Laughs, written by Jesse Leon McCann,[74] and Ed, Edd n Eddy: Book of Extreme Excuses, written by Howie Dewin.[75]

Video games

Four video games based on the series have been produced. Ed, Edd n Eddy: Jawbreakers! was released on September 15, 2003, for the Game Boy Advance.[76]Ed, Edd n Eddy: Giant Jawbreakers was released on March 4, 2004, for mobile phones.[77]Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures was released in 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Game Boy Advance, and PC.[78] The most recent game, Ed, Edd n Eddy: Scam of the Century, was released for the Nintendo DS on October 26, 2007.[79] The games were met with generally mixed reception.[80][81][82][83]

Characters and locations from the show appear in other Cartoon Network video games, including 2003's Cartoon Network: Block Party and Cartoon Network Speedway.[84][85] All three main characters, and the Kanker sisters, appear as non-playable "Nano" characters in the massively multiplayer online gameCartoon Network Universe: FusionFall.[86][87]


The first two seasons of Ed, Edd n Eddy were released as DVD box sets by Warner Home Video and Madman Entertainment in 2006 and 2007. The Fools' Par-Ed-Ise DVD, the box sets of the first two seasons, and several Ed, Edd n Eddy T-shirts are available for purchase on the Cartoon Network Shop.[88] Selected episodes from the series were also featured on various Cartoon Network compilation DVDs.[89] All five seasons of the series, as well as Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, are available for download on the iTunes Store.[90] The first four seasons were available on Netflix from March 2013[91] until March 2015.[92] The third season can be downloaded at Google Play and Amazon. The Eds and Sarah have been free toys in children's meals for Subway.[93] In the United Kingdom the character of Eddy was given away in Kelloggs cereal boxes as one of the Cartoon Network Wobble Heads in 2003.[94] On January 1, 2021, all six seasons were added to the HBO Max streaming service while the sixth season was combined into the fifth season due to its short range of episodes. [95]

TitleEpisodesRelease dateDescription
Region 1Region 2Region 4
Edifying Ed-Ventures6 May 10, 2005[96]May 15, 2006[97]N/A Contains the episodes "Sir Ed-a-Lot," "Who, What, Where, Ed," "Avast Ye Eds," "Know-It-All Ed," "Mirror, Mirror, on the Ed," and "Hot Buttered Ed." Bonus features include "Club Ed: The Rules and Regulations," "My Best Friend Plank" music video, "Plank's Perspective," and The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy episode "Nursery Crimes."
Fools' Par-Ed-Ise6 March 21, 2006[98]N/A N/A Contains the episodes "If It Smells Like an Ed," "Take This Ed and Shove It," "One Size Fits Ed," "A Case of Ed," "Here's Mud in Your Ed," and "Fool on the Ed." Bonus features include a studio tour, "The Plank Family Players," and a behind-the-scenes look at Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures.
The Complete First Season26 October 10, 2006[99]N/A July 18, 2007[100]Contains all 26 episodes from the first season. Bonus features include an interview with the creator, "How to make an Ed, Edd n Eddy cartoon," "How to Draw Eddy," and a Cartoon Network commercial bumper featuring Jimmy and Plank.
The Complete Second Season26 April 24, 2007[101]N/A N/A Contains all 26 episodes from the second season. Bonus features include "Behind the Eds," "The Incredible Shrinking Day" music video, and "How to Draw Ed."


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Having undressed, she crawled under a huge blanket and soon dozed off. I woke up because someone pounced on me. I realized right away that it was Oleg. She fought back desperately.

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Legs walked along a narrow aisle, eyes searched for the right showcase. and someone's face hung in the subcortex. Women's. Beautiful. When he returned, he saw a girl of about twenty, standing behind a counter with mobile rubbish.

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They are trying to acquaint her with the sons of their acquaintances, colleagues and other things. She had several sad experiences, and Rita no longer wanted to connect her life with anyone. She was on her own and that was fine with her.

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