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Eddie (Character)
from "Kickin' It" (2011)

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Edward "Eddie" George Jones is/was the sweetest and in some senses, the most harmless guy of the group. He stands out in a crowd even though he wishes to remain anonymous during most times. He was formerly a member of the Wasabi Warriors and attended The Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy for lessons in self defense and karate. His mother wanted him to take dance classes at "Mrs. King's Dance Academy", but he despises it and says that "his body was not made to mambo." Eddie considers himself to be a ladies man and a player even though most girls don't notice him. Eddie doesn't appear in Season 3. Dylan Riley Snyder and Leo Howard said that the reason Eddie doesn't return is because Alex Christian Jones left the show to focus on his personal life. As of January 2013, he is a a former student member of the Seaford based Bobby Wasabi dojo and a former student of Seaford High School who moved to England to take care of his ill grandparents. He was a golden member and contributor of the Bobby Wasabi dojo and before he left, made it up to an orangebelt. Despite having low karate rankings he was still decent in karate and was really good in karate skills when he really tried such as in the episode Indiana Eddie. Whenever Eddie is provoked to the point where he can no longer handle it, he turns out to be great at karate when he activates his short fuse. He appeared in 44 episodes from June 13, 2011 until his last final full time episode in the Season 2 finale episode Oh Christmas Nuts that aired on Wednesday, December 25, 2015. Although the rest of the characters never mentioned his disappearance acting like he never existed, the screenplay for Seasons 3 and 4 were rewritten to remove Eddie's character from the story after actor Alex Christian Jones became busy with his personal, family life and left the show after realizing that he could not do both. The new plot has that Eddie left the dojo and moved back to England (where he is from) to take care of his ill grandparents. He is never seen or heard of again and never returns.

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