Ed, Edd n Eddy is an original animated television series on Cartoon Network created by Danny Antonucci and produced by Canadian-based a.k.a. Cartoon. Ed, Edd n Eddy is one of Cartoon Network's longest running and most successful franchises and the longest-running of the channel's original Cartoon Cartoons. The series revolves around three adolescent boys collectively known as "the Eds," who hang around in a suburban cul-de-sac. Unofficially led by Eddy, the Eds constantly scheme to make money off their peers, in order to purchase their favorite confectionery: jawbreakers. However, their plans usually fail, leaving them in various predicaments.
:frog:[b]The series ended its 10 year run on Cartoon Network with the series finale movie "Ed Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show" on November 8 2009, but reruns currently air on Cartoon Network.[/b].
[b] The Characters. [/b]
[b] Eddy [/b]
Voiced by: Tony Sampson
Eddy is the main protagonist of the series.
A greedy, ill-tempered con artist and loudmouth, Eddy is the self-appointed leader of the Eds. He goes to great lengths to scam the other kids out of their money, even at the expense of his friends' credibility. His efforts are all in the pursuit of jawbreakers, which he loves as much as he does money. He is very sensitive about his short stature, suggesting that he may have a Napoleon complex. Eddy detests school, and more than once has tried to escape.
Voiced by: Samuel Vincent
Edd is a young inventor and neat freak. The most intelligent of the trio, he is never seen without his head covered in some manner, almost always by his trademark sock-like black ski hat, hiding a secret unknown to everyone besides Ed and Eddy. While there have been vast fan-based speculations on what is under the hat, nothing has been officially revealed by the show's creators. He also has a significant gap in his teeth, which he sometimes gets things stuck in, to his embarrassment (see "Key to My Ed"). To differentiate his homophonic name from that of Ed, he is widely known as "Double-D" to the others. Because of his moral center and good heart, he is typically more socially accepted by the other inhabitants of the cul-de-sac than Ed and Eddy are. His parents put a heavy workload on him, communicating an excess of tasks solely through a multitude of sticky notes.
[b] Ed [/b]
Voiced by: Matt Hill
Ed is the dimwitted workhorse of the group. His skin is yellow unlike the other characters. He is known to laugh a lot and he is happy most of the time. His mind is a subculture grab bag full of comics and monster movies, which he often confuses with reality. Ed is utterly at the mercy of his tyrannical younger sister Sarah, for whom he cares deeply, and is an easy target of her manipulations. Much to the dismay of mysophobic Edd, he has poor personal hygiene, even to the point of being terrified of soap. He loves buttered toast, gravy, comics, a cereal called "Chunky Puffs", pudding skin, and animals, especially chickens.
[b] Kevin [/b]
Voiced by: Kathleen Barr
Kevin is a stereotypical jock. He is cynical and can be cruel at times. Kevin has a garage full of jawbreakers, thanks to his father who works at a jawbreaker factory. He loves customizing his bike, skateboards, and snowboards. When not riding his trusty bike, he usually hangs out with Rolf and Nazz in the lane. He hates the Eds to the point of paranoia, but his animosity towards them is mostly geared towards Eddy; the two are mortal enemies and often go entirely out of their way to humiliate or physically harm each other at the first opportunity. He tends to call the Eds "dorks" and has a habit of coming up with words merged with "dork" to suit the situation.
[b] Rolf [/b]
Voiced by: Peter Kelamis
Rolf is an immigrant from a presumably Eastern European culture with odd customs (which he displays frequently, and it often involves a wide variety of meat) and has a thick accent to match. He works his parents' small farm within the cul-de-sac, and leads a scouting group called the "Urban Rangers", which includes Jimmy, Plank, and Jonny. Rolf usually refers to himself in third person, as well as being the son of a shepherd, in which he takes pride. His faithful farm animals are three pigs (one named Wilfred), a goat named Victor, at least six chickens (two named Bridget and Gertrude), a cow named Beatrice, and five sheep. He hardly minds the Eds (whom he calls the "Ed boys") unless they make a fool out of him or offend him in some way, after which he is not afraid to use brute force. He seems to be very muscular, but this is usually only shown when he is angry. Rolf confuses the rest of the kids to no end with his unusual customs and food-making.
[b] Jonny [/b]
Voiced by: David Paul Grove
Jonny (referenced in the credits as "Jonny 2x4") is a loner and considered by his peers to be a nuisance. Jonny is often made fun of for his big head and has a tendency to get his head caught in branches when climbing trees. He talks a lot, and frequently gets on the other kids' nerves. He is rarely seen without his imaginary friend, a board with drawn-on eyes and a mouth, named Plank. Jonny seems innocent and gullible, and often forgives people no matter what they do. He does not seem to mind the antics of the Eds, and is often the most friendly out of all the cul-de-sac kids towards them. He is very protective of Plank, and will burst into acts of bravery or extreme aggression if Plank is stolen or harmed in some way. He does not seem to acknowledge that Plank is just an inanimate, silent, 2x4 piece of wood, and when asked for help with an imaginary friend, he claimed to have no clue what the Eds are talking about. He and Plank both have superhero alter egos (Captain Melonhead and Splinter the Wonderwood, respectively), which they assumed twice throughout the series; first in "Robbin' Ed" to thwart Eddy's "Thingamajig" scam and to fight Eddy's own one-time only alter ego, Professor Scam, and then in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show to hunt down and get revenge on the Eds. After Big Picture Show he and Plank become The Gourd and Timber the Dark Shard in order to take revenge on the entire cul-de-sac. However, Plank tells Jonny that there isn't enough time left in the movie.
In my own opinion, rolf is the most badass motherfucker alive in cartoon history :).
Rolf will rip your balls off and feed them to a goat if you steal his chickens.
This show was HILARIOUS. Many an afternoon spent watching this.
I always found it odd that I and my boyfriend both loved this show in its hayday.
What's funny is that my name is Sarah and his is Eddy.
In my own opinion, rolf is the most badass motherfucker alive in cartoon history :).[/QUOTE]
The Ed's are Capitalist GODS!
Oh god I love this show.
Ahahahaha, oh god!
I miss this show so much
My friend wrote an interesting article on how Ed, Edd and Eddy were three forms of Jewish Stereotypes... AND I JUST SO HAPPEN TO HAVE IT HERE!
[quote=dicks]So, I was watching the Ed, Edd and Eddy marathon on Cartoon network, and I noticed that Ed, Edd and Eddy are three different forms of jewish stereo types. Ed is the loveable charachter who is constantly reading comics and magazines. Ed is the seemingly oblivious jewish stereotype who is obsessed with the media. Double D is the jewish stereotype that is obsessed with cleanliness. Also Double D is constantly wearing a hat that is shaped surprisingly like a jewish yarmulke. He is morally opposed to taking off his hat, for reasons unknown to the viewer. And then finally we come to Eddy, who is the character obsessed with making money at any cost. I suppose that this one speaks for itself. Again I am not anti-semetic, I am simply showing the stereotypes which I do not agree with, that are depicted in the popular cartoon Ed, Edd and Eddy.[/quote]
Fun Fact: There was an episode entitled "Special Ed"
This show started amazingly, and ended amazingly.
Without doubt... Was one of the best shows of my childhood.
I think this was the only cartoon that never lost it. It was laughable all the way through.
I searched the show on youtube, there seems to be lots of these
[QUOTE=slinkman;23255015]Fun Fact: There was an episode entitles "Special Ed"[/QUOTE]
Even more fun is that it and another couple of episodes (one in which where Eddy invents a religion around himself) where never made.
Oh the nostalgia, I made sure to watch every single episode of this show. I miss it so, but the ending was perfect things finally went their way.
BTW, kanker sisters were bitches.
fucking greatest show ever
I fucking loved this show when I was a kid.
Rolf makes me rofl.
[QUOTE=J4censolo;23256098]Rolf makes me rofl.[/QUOTE]
rofl makes me Rolf.
Eddies brother was the biggest dick on this entire show.
[QUOTE=elitestrider;23257773]Eddies brother was the biggest dick on this entire show.[/QUOTE]
Oh my god yes.
The whole show built up to FINALLY meeting Eddy's brother and it turns out he's just a total prick.
My name is Eddy. :v:
Poor Eds were always getting raped by the Kankers. :(
This and Ren and Stimpy were my two most favorite shows of my childhood. Both are epic masterpieces. :D
I don't know why but I was kind've depressed when the series ended
And me snapzies, since the last episode finished, I have done nothing but wait for the episodes to continue!
I thought it was funny how they always got a jaw-breaker, but never got to eat it. But yet they worked so hard to get it.
In our so called "wood-working" class which lasted 1 day, I made Plank and only the teacher got it.
When this show ended, my heart shattered.
shame this show ended. is there any place to buy episodes on DVDs or something?
I didnt want it to end, And also a fun fact, Edd says the exact ammount of episodes and specials they have had in those 10 years at the end of big picture show.
Oh and this "This is a sextant."
You forgot the Bio for the kankers' OP.
and.. Oh dear i may need to grab a full list of characters...
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