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Ed, Edd n Eddy 

The off-the-wall, day-to-day life of three friends who have exactly the same name.

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Cast

Series cast summary:
Matt Hill ...  Ed 78 episodes, 1999-2008
Sam Vincent ...  Edd 77 episodes, 1999-2008
Tony Sampson Tony Sampson ...  Eddy 77 episodes, 1999-2008
Erin Fitzgerald Erin Fitzgerald ...  May Kanker / ... 76 episodes, 1999-2007
Tommy Karlsen Tommy Karlsen ...  Eddy / ... 73 episodes, 1999-2008
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ...  Kevin / ... 67 episodes, 1999-2007
Keenan Christensen Keenan Christensen ...  Jimmy / ... 66 episodes, 1999-2007
Janyse Jaud ...  Sarah / ... 44 episodes, 1999-2007
David Avalon ...  Jonny 2x4 / ... 44 episodes, 1999-2007
Peter Kelamis ...  Rolf 44 episodes, 1999-2007
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Storyline

The show revolves around life on a cul-de-sac, focusing on three friends who have nearly identical names: Ed, Edd, and Eddy. Ed is the strongest of the three and the least intelligent, Edd is the smartest and the most socially accepted among others in the cul-de-sac, and Eddy is the de-facto leader of the group and is the meanest of the group. Throughout the show, the trio create numerous scams in order to make money to earn jawbreakers. They also have to deal with numerous misadventures, such as being ostracized from other kids in the cul-de-sac, as well as avoiding the Kanker sisters, who live in a nearby trailer and whom the Eds and the cul-de-sac as a whole despise. Written by Sam

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Don't be an Ed-iot. See more »


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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 January 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ed, Edd i Eddy See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The Eds (along with all the other characters) go to Peach Creek Jr. High, as seen in Hanky Panky Hullabaloo. See more »

Quotes

[Before going to a commercial break]
Ed: When we get back from where we are going, we will return to where we were. I know people there!
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Crazy Credits

After the episode "Dim Lit Ed" there is a tribute to Shawn "Winfred" Godwin (1979-2001). See more »

Alternate Versions

Most of the characters were renamed in the show's Hungarian version.
  • Sarah became Sári (an informal nickname for the Hungarian version of Sarah, Sára)
  • Jimmy became Jaki (a nickname for Jacob)
  • Kevin became Sapi (Cappy), though he was accidentally called Kevin in one episode
  • Nazz became Szöszi (Blondie)
  • Rolf became Rudi (for Rudolf)
  • Johnny 2x4 became Köbjani (Johnny Cubed)
  • the Kanker sisters became Dinnye lányok (Melon girls):
  • Lee became Görög (Greek, görögdinnye meaning watermelon)
  • May became Sárga (Yellow, sárgadinnye meaning canary melon)
  • Marie became Méz (Honey, mézdinnye meaning honeydew melon)
  • Edd's middle name Marion was changed to Jácint (Hyacinth)
  • Eddy's middle name Skipper was changed to Szaniszló (Stanislaus)
The jawbreaker candy, which is mostly unknown in the country, was renamed to "cukigumi" ("sweetie gummy"). See more »

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A brilliant and surprisingly original modern cartoon.
22 June 2003 | by jlennon314See all my reviews

I have been watching "The Eds" since they first came to Cartoon Network. After recently reading a review of this show, I decided to make a comment. Many people complain about the animation quality of the show. However, I would like to point out that this is a CARTOON. This isn't real life, nor does it claim to portray real life. Therefore, it may be forgiven that the art isn't up to the quality of classic cartoons (Loony Tunes, Tom and Jerry, etc.). In truth, I really appreciate the animation of this show. It adds to the energy that the show has. A constant liveliness runs in every episode, just as kids are in real life.

The characters seem so familiar to me (after all, I'm 19, and childhood wasn't too long ago). Each one is exaggerated, but they each seem more realistic the more that they are pushed to extremes. The girly guy (Jimmy), the tomboy girl (Sarah) - reminiscent of some of my friends. The hot girl everyone wants (Naz), the jerk who of course has the best "chance" with her (Kevin) - who hasn't known those two? The guy who lives outside of reality (Johnny), and the guy who works too hard (Rolf) - yep, been there too. Of course, those are gross simplifications, as there is quite a bit to everyone in the show.

Creativity - the show is full of it. The show's premise - three guys whose life lives around making money - is surprisingly fresh. Generally, characters in a kids' show deal just with growing up (As Told By Ginger and Hey Arnold come to mind). Those shows tend to bog down sometimes. I personally found Hey Arnold to be too serious for me. The Eds, though? Comedy in its truest form. It never bogs down, becomes sentimental, depressing, or anything of the sort. Instead, it gives us constant humour and action. The characters live in a constant summer, so to speak. It is never schooltime, it is never winter. There are no parents, no responsibilities. Only desire. Perhaps even, if one was to truly be devoted to the show, one could argue that The Eds could be a study on the psychological aspects of each character type. But I'm not going to go that far.

Stock episodes tend to be the worst ones for shows. By stock episodes, I mean Christmas, Halloween, etc. The standard episodes that every show does to show its diversity and have something to be played at a certain time of year. There have been few to do these well (Rugrats, sorry but your Passover special is much better than your Christmas). The Eds treat it differently - they all get the Christmas spirit in July. How wonderful is that? As I said, perpetual summer. Halloween is done in a unique way - it's not really Halloween. Instead they do a sort of "scary" mystery episode. Very nice, with a great ending.

But what about the lack of parents or any other adults? Adults would detract from the cartoon. While adults worked for a show like Rugrats, bringing adult humour to an otherwise children's cartoon, the humour in the Eds is already mature enough to be enjoyed by adults as well as kids. Ed's slapstick humour is purely in fun, reminding one of Harpo Marx, though slightly exaggerated and dumbed down, of course. But his slapstick is so oustandingly unrealistic that adults can appreciate it. Edd provides the verbal wit that allows for humour that can be a bit more mature. And let's face it, the older you get, the more you appreciate verbal humour over "kick in the groin" style of humour. So why would you need adults in this show? It would only detract from that fantasy "perpetual summer" that I mentioned earlier.

Before judging the show to be a piece of rubbish passed off as a show (as I have heard all-too often from people who've just seen the drawing), you should try watching a few episodes. Don't Rain On My Ed is my favorite, showing off the classic Murphy's Law and how everyone reacts to it. Another is their delving into the cartoon world, One + One = Ed. It even ends with a slightly religious connotation (which makes that ending so much better if you think of it like that). If you watch these two episodes and find yourself disliking it still, then don't watch it. However, you should find the humour quite appealing.


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