Top 10 Best Ed, Edd n Eddy EpisodesEd, Edd n Eddy is a 1999 animated television series that revolves around three boys named Ed, Edd (Double D), and Eddy, who invent schemes to make money and purchase jawbreakers.
There's only one bad thing about this episode. The fact it's paired with one of the series' worst episodes.
Funniest episode ever! My favorite parts were the view of Ed's digestive system, Kevin and underwear, and running from the Kankers.
Funniest episode ever made!
Honestly, my favorite episode, with all the fourth-wall breaks.
The ultimate fourth-wall-breaking episode of Ed, Edd, N' Eddy.
Really awesome and creative episode.
This is my favorite episode of Ed, Edd, and Eddy. It's a hilarious spoof of the movie Alien, and it was so creative and not something you'd expect in a show like this.
The best episode easily is for the Jaws Cloverfield approach to Edzilla, with a great feel for the episode with very notable moments and the most present conflict in the entire series.
This was my favorite episode. I especially like the robots that turned out to be Sarah and Jimmy in the end.
This episode basically had Nega-Ed. That in and of itself is AWESOME! It's the perfect combination of Ed's hilarity and the terror that can come with being that dense and that much of a bulldozer. Plus, how his bad mood worked off of the other characters, particularly Edd & Eddy. I think the parts I laughed my butt off the most were when he unleashes Baron 'O Beefdip's flame breath, uses Eddy as a bat to smack Kevin out of the park, and of course when Eddy monotones Ed's favorite bird. And you know things got real when Ed yelled louder than Sarah and ripped himself another eyebrow (LITERALLY)! My favorite episode by far that centers around my favorite character.
There're so many scenes where Ed expressing his rage was hilarious:
"Away with you, unknown pesterers!"
When he was scraping his nails on the tree stump as if he has claws and turns around with an intimidating, toxic glare.
When he hollers at the top of his lungs, causing a brief hurricane.
"Touch me again and I will squash you!"
and many more.
This is the epitome of how to finish off a perfect cartoon series. We have the ends finally being loved, we have callbacks, Eddy's brother revealed, funny moments, a perfect story, and above all, a great conclusion to one of Cartoon Network's greatest shows ever. Maybe sometime in the future, we will get a great finisher like this for The Amazing World of Gumball. But until then, this is one of the best finales ever.
It's a big bash of high slapstick, fast comedy, and witty writing. Characters' personalities are explored and more settings are put forth for the fun to happen. Standing at 86 minutes, the movie will truly entertain any hardcore Ed, Edd, n Eddy fan. A shining example of how to end a well-known and loved series.
Not only is it my favorite Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy episode/movie of all time, but it's also one of my favorite movies of all time, period. This is how you end one of the greatest shows ever!
This episode had some of the best lines ever. Here they are in order:
Edd: Um, knit one, purl two.
Rolf: Why is Double D, Ed boy, calling the chestnut elves?
Ed: Stop fooling around and fall down, guys!
Ed: Wait, my brain is working!
Ed: Can I build a birdcage with this stuff?
Kevin: You're on your own, dude, haha.
Eddy: You're scaring the customers away! Rolf, put your towel on.
Ed: Towel rack, get your service.
Eddy: Now look what you did.
Edd: I can't bear to look! Has Rolf... IS THAT THE SUPPORT BEAM TO THE HOUSE?!?
Ed: What's a support beam?
Edd: This has been quite a day.
Johnny: Home wreckers, look how unhappy Plank is.
And that's just for starters.
What a classic! I probably love the moment That's My Horse, and it's an energetic showstopper. It combines music and slapstick together courtesy of Ed.
The mucky boys did it!
Such a great episode with a great scam, if you can even call it that, to watch play out. It is a fantastic episode.
What happened to the stairs?!
This is the episode with the telephone, right? I'm sorry, but I hate this episode. Eddy deserves none of his torment, and Double D is a complete prick. I'll give it credit. Ed does get some funny lines, but not enough to save this episode.
I remember smiling with glee as Eddy replaced the bulb on that white Christmas tree. (Whose tree was that anyway?)
We actually got to see a little bit of Santa in this episode (not all of him, just a little bit of him).
I love this! The Eds pretend to be each other, and it's pretty damn funny!
Well, I loved the beginning when Ed and Eddy were mucking around in Edd's parents' bedroom. The rest of the episode is good too.
All the monsters in this movie are creative and original. I wish this show made more monsters for us to see. It barely shows anything.
Classic and only number 3.