Every Epidode of Ed Edd 'n Eddy Reviewed - Season 1

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Every Epidode of Ed Edd 'n Eddy Reviewed - Season 1

Post by Mr. Dusk on Sat Jan 16, 2016 4:32 pm

I started this project last year, but I didn't really get too far.  I decided to work on it a bit more here, so I could share it with whoever takes the time to read this.  This is the first part of my Ed Edd n Eddy "Every Episode Reviewed" project (Only really ending at episode 6b) where I review every episode of the show.

Basically, I'll list the episode, write a summary for it, write trivia, talk about my favorite parts and quotes from the episodes, then review the episode and give it a rating.

For the rating system, there are Ed-Cellent, Dorkish, and Kankerous episodes.  Ed-Cellent means the episode is overall great and you will probably enjoy it.  Dorkish means that the episode is passable, but it could've been better.  Kankerous means that I really didn't enjoy it, and couldn't think how it could really improve.

With that said, I hope you enjoy this look back on one of the best shows of the early 2000s, and my personal favorite show of all time.  Here's hoping I'll also continue this retrospective.

Episode 1a "The Ed-Touchables"

Summary
There's a serial "toucher" on the loose, and the Eds take it upon themselves to stop them.

Trivia
This was the first episode aired, but not the first that was produced.  It's also the first appearance of the Eds and the Kids.  We see the most of Edd's bedroom in this episode.  Eddy quickly swaps a "Slipper" label with "Toilet" in Edd's room, implying that he may have a bathroom connected to his room.  This is the first we see of Ed's basement bedroom, but not a lot of it, and it appears to be an unfinished basement.  For some reason, Edd gets hearts in his eyes when he sees Sarah, and this is never brought up again.  Edd creates his first two inventions in the show, the toucher-alarm and the lie-detector.  This is the first and possibly only time one of the Eds' plans went right and they got rewarded...even when karma hit them right afterwards.

Highlight
The introduction to each Ed.  The episode perfectly introduces the characters of the Eds, Eddy being a smooth-talking jokester, Edd being smart, OCD, and overdramatic, and Ed being the strong and silly one.

Favorite Quote
Eddy: You know what they say, a little childhood trauma builds character!

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - This is a great start to the show.  While not fully developed, the Eds each have unique characteristics that identify them.  Not only that, but all the other kids have unique looks to them, and portray their unique characteristics like Sarah being a brat, Kevin being a jerk, and Jonny being alone with Plank, and not even shown before in the crowd shot.

To be honest, I can remember seeing this for the first time and I was creeped out  a bit by Ed being this big guy who casually put two of his friends in a headlock...also what the heck was he WATCHING on TV?

One thing I really like is the fact that Eddy first decides to catch the serial toucher and THEN figures that he can make money off of doing it, it's a small moment but I like to think that Eddy did want to stop a criminal before thinking how he could profit from it, showing more layers of his character than "greedy sleazebag" that everyone makes him out to be.

Episode 1b "Nagged to Ed"

Summary
While on a bug-hunting expedition, the Eds get abducted by the Kanker sisters.

Trivia
The first appearance of the Kanker sisters, but more importantly it's the first appearance of Fishbowl 2, a classic.  It's the first time the Eds left the cul-de-sac in the show.  It's also the first time Eddy's brother is mentioned, AND it's the first time that a character has gotten naked in an episode.

Highlight
The Eds going on Edd's monthly insect expedition.  I really like the creepy forest setting, and I almost wish they'd spent more time there.

Favorite Quote
Kankers: Ed, Edd, n Eddy sittin' in a tree!  K-I-S-S-I-N-G!

Rating and Review
Dorkish - While I did find the episode's plot kind of funny, with the Eds going bug-hunting and ending up in a weird place, it quickly gets to disturbing levels if you think about it too much.  First with the Kanker sisters being supposedly new to town and are quickly smitten with the Eds for reasons untold.  Then you realize that they stalked, abducted, and stripped the Eds naked while putting robes on them.

It goes from disturbing to downright scary when the Kanker sisters act as though they're married to the Eds, and it's around that point that I realized that unlike the first episode where the Eds and some of the Kids were introduced with unique characteristics to them, we learn little to nothing about the Kankers aside from them being sisters and they have a strange attraction towards the Eds that has them either want to kiss them or kill them.  Aside from each of them having a distinct look from one another, they're all essentially the same character.

This episode could've done much better if we actually got some character from the Kankers instead of them being the same deranged violent psycho-girl yandere character you see in anime and cartoons.

Episode 2a "Pop Goes the Ed"

Summary
On a hot summer day, the Eds seek refuge from the heat at Nazz's sprinkler party.

Trivia
This is actually the show's pilot, as in the first episode produced.  The plot is actually based off a childhood event where the show's creator, Danny Antonucci, was talked into going to a pool party and was given a tiny swimsuit to wear that burst off mid-party.  Speaking of which, it's the second time a character gets naked in an episode.  It's also the introduction of Nazz's character, and Ed's trademark catchphrase of "Gravy!"  Eddy's room is first seen in this episode and it's complete with both an inappropriate magazine and tissues in close proximity to his bed.  The implications are highly disturbing.

Highlight
The Eds performing the Double-Gangle-Half-Twist-Hold-the-Onions Change-for-a-Buck Sprinkler Leap.  Who knew Eddy was so athletic?

Favorite Quote
Eddy: We're gonna be hip!  We're gonna be hot!  We're gonna make the scene!

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - Just an overall great episode.  It's interesting to note that even though Kevin and Sarah didn't want the Eds to be at the party, they weren't fully banned from it.  In fact, the Eds more or less have themselves to really blame for the kids wanting to avoid them at the party as they made a mess of the food and freaked them out with creepy anecdotes.  It's nice to see Eddy trying to help the other two socialize, even though it lead to disastrous results.

Episode 2b "Over Your Ed"

Summary
Edd and Eddy give Ed a complete image makeover.

Trivia
The first and second official scams for the Eds happen in this episode.  The Eds' being "Toucher Catchers" and "Hive-Bee-Gone specialists" are technically scams, but this is the first time the Eds have identified it as such.  This is actually the first time we see Edd without his iconic hat and he instead wears a shower cap, the shadow of his cap seems to indicate that he has some odd-looking bumps on his cranium.  With that, this is the third time a character gets naked in an episode.  Ed's hair color is revealed to be red or possibly auburn, like his sister's.  Eddy's closet is full of clothes and several pairs of shoes, including high-heels.  According to Ed, his height is "5'9", give or take", which is very tall for a supposed 12-13 year old boy.  This is the first time one of the characters has an alter-ego, this time being "Ed the Great".  On a sad note, this is the first time the Kanker Sisters appear as a Diabolus Ex Machina.

Highlight
Edd's high-octane sugar rush, it lasts throughout the entire episode and it is just hilarious to see him so active.

Favorite Quote
Ed: Swiggity-swag, what's in the bag? (This later became a huge meme)

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - Ed being the central focus of this episode pretty much makes it great.  His overall clumsiness and lack of social etiquette are shown to be his biggest flaws in this episode, and it shows the Eds trying to help him overcome them (while trying to make a profit off it, of course).  The only problem with it is how at the end the Kanker sisters (who would pretty much have no idea what's going on in the first place) show up out of nowhere, show that Ed's a fraud, and steal their money with little to no effort, just to put the Eds back to square one.  This problem itself turns them into a plot device called "Diabolus Ex Machina" a writing trope that's basically a cheap ploy to ensure things go bad for the protagonists and better for the antagonists, yet I rather my own term for the Kankers as "Cheap Antagonists" where an antagonist has little character and serves no purpose other than to do bad things for no actual reason other than driving the plot.

It wouldn't be much of a problem if it didn't keep showing up in later episodes, but it doesn't really hurt this episode too much.  On the upside, this is a much better introduction to the Kanker sisters than in their first appearance since it shows and tells EXACTLY who they are.  Just listen to the bitter resentment in Tony Sampson's voice when Eddy hisses the name "Kankers" when they show up, and you pretty much get the idea of who these girls are.  Their actions thereafter, easily foiling the Eds' plot just to steal their profit pretty much shows why the Eds and the audience hate these characters.

Episode 3a "Sir-Ed-a-Lot"

Summary
The Eds are forced to babysit Sarah and Jimmy, and cater to their every whim until they decide to fight back.

Trivia
This is the first time a car is seen in the show, and for good measure, there's a car bumper in Ed's room with the license plate "AKA1" referencing A.k.a Cartoon, the show's production studio.  It is the first time Rolf is referred to by name.  This episode has the first mention of the town's name, Peach Creek, although it isn't specified that it's the name of their town/city.  Ed actually gets mad in this episode, and Eddy comes close to swearing.

Highlight
The slapstick starting with Eddy's great juggling skills that leads to the Eds chasing after Sarah and Jimmy who start wrecking the house.

Favorite Quote
Eddy: PAID?  You're getting paid?  I'm with ya, pal!

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - I keep wondering where the character of Sarah comes from. She's a spoiled brat of a child who only seems to exist to cause misery for the Eds and almost never gets her comeuppance.  In fact, this episode is one of the very few times the Eds ever come on top after dealing with her.  This episode shows one of the worst parts of babysitting, trying to please the kid enough so they don't lie to their parents about you, but the Eds can only take so much before they decide it's time to give Sarah a taste of her own medicine when she and Jimmy start to run amok.  The slapstick in this episode is great, and sets the bar for how much of it the Eds can do in one sitting.

Episode 3b "A Pinch to Grow an Ed"

Summary
Eddy feels insecure about his height, so Ed and Edd help him get taller.

Trivia
Eddy has a poster of Tom Jones, showing a great taste in music.  Eddy's age is hinted at being over 11 at the very least.  Eddy's athletic skills show up again as he breaks a long-jump record (whether it's a world record or one made by the Eds isn't specified).  This is the first time the Eds end up in space.  Considering Eddy's age, his height issue is possibly due to a late growth spurt.

Highlight
Ed's attempts at making Eddy tall, his heart is in the right place but his brain has some catching up to do.

Favorite Quote
Eddy: I'm not short!  I'm just fine!  I'm PERFECT!

Rating
Dorkish - Eddy is dragged through the gutter for the majority of this episode, both with his own frustration of being short and everyone else in the neighborhood teasing him for it.  Yes, even Ed and Edd were teasing him a bit before seeing how it really hurt him.

It gets better when the Eds try to help Eddy get taller, leading to the latest in Double-D-Tech with the Walking Braces which Eddy uses to get revenge on the kids.  But then the Kanker sisters, who teased Eddy the most in this episode, show up again, easily take control of the Walking Braces, and destroy them with little difficulty because they're Diabolus Ex Machina.  

Eddy's insecurity is never really resolved, and the episode just ends with him being humiliated again.  It would've been much funnier if Eddy was the one who broke the Walking Braces by using it too much.  Not only would it be funnier, but it would also play into one of Eddy's biggest flaws: his arrogance, which tends to get the better of him.

Episode 4a "Dawn of the Eds"

Summary
The Eds leave the cul-de-sac to sneak into an adult film but end up crashing their bike in the junkyard and instead act out the movie.

Trivia
Ed actually makes a valid point that the TV version of the film would be heavily censored to meet FCC standards. We never learn who owned the bike the Eds used, but since it seems Ed's size, it might be his.  This is the first appearance of the junkyard and the retro van, which later becomes a regular hangout for the Eds.  This is the second time Edd is seen without his hat, this time being replaced by a colander. This is the first time the Kankers attack someone who isn't an Ed, AND it's the first time the Eds managed to drive them away.

Highlight
Ed the fearless space outlaw managing to chase the Kanker sisters away on his own.

Favorite Quote
Edd: Don't worry Ed, we'll see it on TV in a year.
Ed: Yeah, with all the good stuff cut out...

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - This is a fan favorite for good reason.  It's just the Eds messing around and having fun in the junkyard.  That's it, that's the whole episode, just eleven minutes of the three friends hanging out and having a ball, and it's great.

Not much else to say about this episode, it has great comedic timing with both animation and dialogue.  I sometimes wonder what Robot Rebel Ranch would really look like and if the way the Eds played it was any accurate.

Episode 4b "Virt-Ed-Go"

Summary
The Eds build a clubhouse...and easily lose it.

Trivia
It's the first time birds are featured in the show, seagulls to be specific.

Highlight
The Eds building the clubhouse, great use of slapstick humor.

Favorite Quote
Eddy: Ed, why is your helmet tied to your butt?
Ed: For protection!

Rating and Review
Dorkish - The first scene of this episode perfectly illustrates the rest of the episode with the Eds' working hard to reach their goal, just to have it taken away from them.  The Eds spend almost half of the episode (about six minutes) building the clubhouse...and then the Kankers easily take it over off-screen for NO REASON aside from them being the "Cheap Antagonists" of the show.  

Sure, there's a lot of good slapstick in it, but the plot of the episode itself kind of backs into a corner and needs to rely on the Cheap Antagonists to get them out.  What did the Kankers want/need from the clubhouse aside from just screwing the Eds over?  

It probably would've been funnier if the scam failed because the kids just didn't like their clubhouse and they all got into the clubhouse the Eds built but it falls apart because the Eds did a poor job on it and it wasn't meant to hold all the kids in it.  The idea of a character or group of characters constantly failing is done well in this show, but this is one example where it isn't done well because really, if the Eds just EASILY lose, the humor just falls flat and isn't as funny as usual.  Though by the end, Eddy has come up with a new idea, it's good to know that the Eds learned to roll with the punches relatively early compared to other cartoon characters.

It's interesting to note that the clubhouse appears only once more in the show's run, and it gets destroyed, pretty much a sign that nobody liked this episode.

Episode 5a "Read All About Ed"

Summary
Edd gets a paper route, and Eddy gets the bright idea to get him several more.

Trivia
We see that Eddy has a Barry White record, his taste in music is still great.  This is the first appearance of Rolf's tractor, which Rolf uses to mow Eddy's lawn.  Edd wakes up at around 5:35 AM and wears footie pajamas.  This is the only episode where a dog is featured.  Ed's horoscope at the end perfectly summarizes the episode.

Highlight
Edd's newspaper shooter.  It was powerful enough to break windows, dent streetlights, and send Kevin flying.

Favorite Quote
Edd: Summer rains, you can never predict them.

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - The classic paper route, how can you really make a profit off it?  Ordering a mountain of papers to deliver.  This episode delves a bit into the personality of each Ed, by showing how each of them attempt to deliver the paper.  Ed being enthusiastic yet inefficient, Edd being a perfectionist with ingenuity (and OCD issues), and Eddy being highly ambitious yet incredibly lazy.  One thing I tend to question is who to blame for it all going wrong at the end, Ed for accidentally tossing Eddy's bed into the newspaper shooter or Eddy for being too lazy to get out of bed in the first place?  Either way, a highly entertaining episode.

Episode 5b "Quick Shot Ed"

Summary
The Eds find a retro self-developing camera and go on a photo safari.

Trivia
The camera itself appears to be based around a Polaroid camera.  Edd suggested that they could make ID cards, whether they'd be genuine or fake IDs wasn't specified.  Edd has a bizarre fascination with taking photos of everyone, and comparing the kids to animals.  This is the first time one of Rolf's animals appears in an episode, and we get to see the inside of Rolf's huge (and expensive) kitchen.  Jonny and Plank apparently bathe together, with this being the fourth episode where a character is naked.  According to the calendar at the end, this episode (and possibly season) takes place in June.  This is the third time we see Edd without his hat, this time being replaced by a blonde wig, or what may possibly be his real hair with massive extensions.

Highlight
Kevin chasing the Eds while dressed up as the Terminator.  Come on, who didn't think that was awesome?

Favorite Quote
Eds: PLANK'S GONE MAD!

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - This one's a lot of fun with the Eds running around taking pictures of everyone.  Edd's running gag of comparing the Kids to animals is actually kind of clever, and Kevin constantly failing to harm the Eds is great.  It's actually refreshing to see at the end where the Eds only fail due to their own mistakes. Really, they could've just left the trailer park before anything bad happened, but Eddy opted to take the risk of getting a picture of the Kanker sisters.  This is more what I was getting at with "Virt-Ed-Go", where the humor is much better if the failure of the Eds was more on their part, rather than just the villain sue trio easily managing to screw them over.  It was also honestly funny seeing the kids get their revenge on the Eds for taking embarrassing photos of them.

On that note, why would Eddy think the kids would buy the calendar they were making if it was full of embarrassing photos of the kids?

Episode 6a "An Ed Too Many"

Summary
Sarah develops a crush on Double-D, and starts getting in the way of the Eds.

Trivia
This is the first episode where Sarah shows a nicer (albeit still bratty) side. Jimmy's codependency shows up in this episode.  Jimmy's room is first seen in this episode, and has what appears to be expensive decor. While Edd's hat doesn't completely come off, we see Sarah come up under it and see he's got some bald spots.  Someone other than Kevin calls the Eds "dork" in this episode (surprisingly, it's Jimmy).  Sarah calls Edd her "boyfriend" a total of ten times in this episode.

Highlight
Jimmy trying to be a rebel.  The kid tears a teddy bear's head off with his DAMAGED TEETH.

Favorite Quote
Eddy: Sarah and Double-D?  Your sister's got a crush on Double-D!
Ed: And she's a good speller!

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - Sarah and Jimmy take the limelight in this one, yet it's surprisingly a good episode.  Sarah makes for a far better "clingy girl" than the Kankers, and the episode shows how that could both be kinda cute and annoying.  What I really liked was Jimmy freaking out with Sarah not around, that kid has issues.  The Eds don't really do a lot in this one aside from getting a lot of bad luck, but they manage to get Sarah away from them and come out of this one mostly unscathed so two out of three isn't bad.

Episode 6b "Ed-n-Seek"

Summary
The Eds join the Kids in a game of Hide and Seek.

Trivia
The episode has the Eds couch diving to introduce the cartoon physics everyone will use to hide in the episode.  This is one of the few times the Kids actually include the Eds into doing something with them.  Plank's mom is mentioned in this episode and actually shows up in a later one.  Eddy feeds Ed what looks like a dog treat, Ed eats one on his own in a later episode.  The Kankers show up in a compost can, why they were there is never mentioned but it's good to see they know their place.

Highlight
The hiding spots.  They're just so creative!

Favorite Quote
Rolf: I cannot hear you, I am invisible!  Goodbye, I have gone to the market!

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - Waldo's got nothing on the cul-de-sac kids when it comes to hiding.  I just love that this episode, heck the entire show takes full advantage of the fact that it's a cartoon, unlike a lot of other cartoons at the time and even today.  Even though the Eds cheated to find all the kids, I don't really blame them seeing that the kids seemed to be cheating too when they didn't even let the Eds look for them.  The Kankers' appearance in this episode was just random, why were they in a compost canister again?
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Post by Mobias on Mon Feb 01, 2016 9:55 am

Very cool reviews! I disagree about the Kankers being Cheap Antagonists though, but that's with the benefit of hindsight and further seasons of development.

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Post by Mr. Dusk on Sat Feb 06, 2016 11:41 pm

Mobias wrote:Very cool reviews! I disagree about the Kankers being Cheap Antagonists though, but that's with the benefit of hindsight and further seasons of development.
What development?  From my hindsight, they never really got much development aside from "Villain sues who get away with causing setbacks for the Eds"
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Episode 7a "Look Into my Eds"

Summary
The Eds use a hypnotizing wheel to hypnotize the rest of the cul-de-sac kids.

Trivia
This is the first time the Eds use a vehicle (a bus) in the series.  Ed always dreamed of being a ballerina.  Eddy always wanted Kevin to be a chimpanzee.  The hypnotism doesn't work on Jonny directly, yet effects him indirectly along with the other kids, why this happens is never explained.  Hypnotizing the kids may be one of the most amoral things the Eds have done in the series, yet Edd doesn't stop it from happening or complain about it (then again, this is pre-flanderization).  The Kanker sisters unintentionally hypnotize the Eds at the end.

Highlight
The Eds hypnotizing the kids, especially when Ed hypnotized Rolf.

Favorite Quote
Ed: Buttered toast!
Edd: Well, you're psychologically normal.
Eddy: How is "buttered toast" normal?

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - Well this episode took a turn for the bizarre.  Ed, Edd, 'N Eddy never really went into science fiction or supernatural territory too much, but when the did it was always fun to watch.  Interestingly enough, the Rorschach test at the beginning seemed to indicate more that Ed is literal minded while Eddy is obsessed with money (not that we didn't already know that).

I still can't get over the fact that Edd was surprisingly okay with Eddy hypnotizing all the kids to basically rob them of their allowances.  He seemed very content with it and decided to just stand back, observe, and take notes.  I'll be honest, I actually find Edd's character in this early season a lot more endearing than he is in later seasons, because he had a bit of a "mad scientist" edge on him at times and he actually ENJOYED being involved with the Eds instead of constantly complaining about them doing scams.

If this scenario had happened in a later season, Eddy would've blackmailed Edd with the secret of what's under his hat to make him not object to this amoral act (again) and most of the episode would be about Edd trying to stop him.  This is one of the reasons I'm glad this happened pre-flanderization.
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Episode 7b "Tag Yer Ed"

Summary
Eddy tries to boost Edd's confidence by putting him in the wrestling ring.

Trivia
This is the first appearance of Chunky Puffs, the Eds favorite cereal.  This is the first appearance of Rolf's cow, Beatrice, which Eddy claims is public property.  Eddy actually sticks up for Edd, contrary to the popular belief that he's a complete asshole towards his friends.  Eddy would make a great training coach.  This is the first time we see the construction site for Peach Creek Estates Phase 2 (which is never finished throughout the run of the show, maybe the workers went on strike).  This is the fourth time Edd is seen without his hat, this time being replaced by a mask made out of a plunger (that can't be sanitary).  According to Eddy, wrestling is "the ultimate de-wimpifier", and he's totally right.  Edd and Plank are in the same weight class, and the fight had to be rigged for Edd to win.  Jonny calling the Eds out on being phonies might be a reference to the idea of pro wrestling being staged (which is the beauty of it).  May and Marie are apparently good at purple nurples, as bullies often are. The kids actually applauded the Eds wrestling against the Kankers, lesser of two evils I guess.  All three Kankers couldn't take Ed down for the pin.  Ed isn't allowed to fight girls. May and Marie know how to waltz.  Rolf breaks the fourth wall by mentioning the music.  For some reason, the Kankers don't smother the Eds with kisses like they usually would, even after May suggested it.

Highlight
Rolf's trash talk throughout the episode, totally brutal.  The match between Edd and Plank is a close runner-up though.

Favorite Quote
Rolf: Your garden is overgrown and your cucumbers are soft!  (How the hell did this get on the air?  XD)

Rating and Review
Ed-Cellent - Ed, Edd, 'n Eddy meets WWE.  Yes, just yes.

This episode is kinda slow at first, but once we see the Eds setting up a wrestling ring, the episode gets AMAZING.  Even if you're not a fan of wrestling or sports entertainment, you'd still get a kick out of this episode with just how serious Eddy seems to be taking it.  This episode really has a lot of heart with Eddy truly wanting Edd to have more confidence in himself, it's one of the better characteristics of the Ed ringleader with him not only caring about his friend's confidence issues but seeing a lot of potential in Edd to do great things, even when Eddy's training just caused more embarassment.  I'd like to think that Edd did get a confidence boost in this episode, because in the end he knows that he has friends he can rely on.  Too bad later seasons got rid of Eddy's good characteristics, and just focuses on his more flawed ones.

The only way I think this episode could be even more awesome is if Rolf and Kevin acted like WWE commentators during the 3-on-3 match between the Eds and the Kankers.  That would've made this episode GOD-tier.
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