List of Ed episodes

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The following is an episode list for the NBC dramedy television series Ed.

Season 1: 2000–2001[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate #
Pilot Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett James Frawley October 8, 2000 1
Ed Stevens is fired from his high paying law firm New York City for misplacing a comma, and comes home to find his wife sleeping with a mailman. Feeling understandably down he decides to move back to his hometown of Stuckeyville, Ohio. He moves in with his best friend Mike Burton and his wife Nancy. Ed attempts to get his high school crush, Carol Vessey to fall in love with him. In the process he takes her to the local bowling alley, Stuckeybowl, and Carol mentions she likes the bowling alley, and Ed consequently buys it and turns the pro shop into his own law firm.
The World of Possibility Rob Burnett Marc Buckland October 15, 2000 2
An evil Masked Magician (John Cariani) begins revealing the trade secrets of the town's beloved magician, Stuckeyville Stan (Eddie Bracken). Ed is hired to defend the aging trickster's honor, making Stuckeyville Stan his first client. Ed comes to find the one piece of evidence that could save Stuckeyville Stan's reputation is Carol's childhood diary, and uncovers her schoolgirl crush. Meanwhile, Phil has taken charge for the grand re-opening of Stuckeybowl.
Just Friends Jon Beckerman Marc Buckland October 22, 2000 3
With less than normal lawyers by his side, Ed goes to court over a contract written on a bar napkin by four high school friends. When one of the friends strikes it rich and denies the contract, he hires a big-city law firm as his counsel, which just happens to be the same firm that fired Ed. Meanwhile, Ed has the daunting task of finding a manager for Stuckeybowl and realizes his only choices are Phil, Kenny or Shirley.
Pretty Girls And Waffles Rob Burnett Kevin Dowling October 29, 2000 4
When Carol realizes that her longtime boyfriend (Gregory Harrison) just isn't fun enough for her, she decides to break up with him. Meanwhile, Ed represents an attractive woman (Joanna Going), whose employer, a fast-talking used-car salesman (Peter Gerety), has been slipping extra money in her paychecks and now sues her to get back for almost $5,000.
Better Days Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Marc Buckland November 5, 2000 5
Ed makes another attempt to win over Carol's newly broken heart, and later finds himself commiserating with Nick. Since attendance at Stuckeybowl hasn't been good, Ed goes with Phil's idea for a commercial...directed by Phil. Meanwhile, Nancy tries to plan some mind-expanding activities with Mike.
Home Is Where The Ducks Are Jon Beckerman Bethany Rooney November 12, 2000 6
Carol announces that she will leave Stuckeyville to pursue her dream of being a writer. Ed gets caught up in the town's heated mayor's race, while Phil takes a young Stuckeybowler (Samm Levine) as his 'apprentice.
Something Old, Something New Andrea Newman & Rob Burnett Lawrence Trilling November 19, 2000 7
Ed gives a Thanksgiving feast at Stuckeybowl. He misses his soon-to-be-ex Liz, while Carol feels the same about ex-boyfriend Nick. Ed urges Carol to spend Turkey Day at the bowling alley with him and his pals to cheer her up. Ed's client du jour is a Halloween prankster injured by his crotchety target. And Phil's cooking up a cash-gobbling scam to sell "fine Corinthian turkeys."
The Whole Truth Bob Brush & Jon Beckerman Peter Lauer November 6, 2000 8
Molly's grandfather (Edmund Lyndeck) hires Ed to write his will and reveals a shocking secret about his past; Mike faces off at the office and Phil hosts an open-mike night at Stuckeybowl.
Your Life Is Now Mike Schwartz & Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Marc Buckland December 20, 2000 9
Carol can't help but feel a tad insecure when she comes face to face with Troy, the star quarterback who dumped her and grew up to have a "perfect" life. Ed offers advice to kindred spirit Warren (Justin Long), whose nerd vs. jock conflict mirrors his own with Troy.
Losing Streak Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters Adam Bernstein January 10, 2001 10
Ed's parents make a surprise visit to Stuckeyville and openly show disappointment that he left his successful life in Manhattan to practice law in Stuckeyville. Meanwhile, Carol volunteers as coach of the failing girl's JV basketball team at the high school despite the fact that she's never played the game before. Ed defends three men who tricked their friend into believing he won $20 million in the lottery.
Opposites Distract Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Tim Van Patten January 17, 2001 11
Sparks fly when Ed goes head-to-head with a district attorney (Rena Sofer). Molly chides Carol for taking Ed for granted. Phil searches for his personal catch phrase.
Hook, Line and Sinker Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Arlene Sanford January 24, 2001 12

The district attorney (guest star Rena Sofer, "Melrose Place") Ed butted head with in the last episode drops her case and asks him out, which irritates Carol (Julie Bowen) because she thinks Ed automatically assumed she would be jealous. Mike is convinced his babysitter has a crush on him. Phil invites the cast of Happy Days to Stuckeybowl.

The Music Box Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Marc Buckland February 7, 2001 13
Ed is torn between Carol and his romance with the assistant district attorney Bonnie but his relationships really get awkward when he tries to retrieve Carol's expensive stolen music box by pushing Bonnie to get involved -- allowing the two women to finally meet and size each other up. Warren tries to join a bowling league team with a pretty classmate and instead is forced to sign up with a team of older, unkempt members.
Valentine's Day Randy Cohen & Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Alan Myerson February 14, 2001 14
Although she awakens in Ed's bed, frosty Bonnie hurts the bowling-alley lawyer's feelings when she doesn't act much like a lover. To complicate matters, Ed shares the intimate details with long-time crush Carol. Ed also agrees to represent a dedicated reverend whose church president wants to terminate him after 30 years because he feels the clergyman's preaching style is outdated. Elsewhere in Stuckeyville, Phil launches a speed-dating club for love-starved local yokels.
Loyalties Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Rick Wallace February 20, 2001 15
Ed senses trouble when Big Rudy (guest star John Goodman), former owner of Stuckeybowl wants to buy back Stuckeybowl. Ed's fast-track romance with Bonnie takes a detour when she's offered an exciting job in Washington, D.C.; Carol reluctantly ends up "dating" a handsome young man whom Molly has been eyeing; in court, Ed represents a female rocker (guest star Paige Price) who was kicked out of her band.
Live Deliberately Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Adam Bernstein February 28, 2001 16
Ed is obsessed with matching any deed or athletic achievement from his teenaged years, Warren tries to impress Jessica with his studious knowledge of Henry David Thoreau's simplified lifestyle. In addition, the ever-enterprising Phil urges Ed to cut him in on a percentage of Stuckeybowl's profits.
Exceptions Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters & Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Kevin Dowling March 28, 2001 17
Carol recruits Ed to argue on behalf of her prized student (Martin Starr), Mike's professional skills as a doctor are challenged when he is humiliated by his older, more sadistic colleague, Dr. Jerome, and Shirley coaxes a skeptical Ed to give her a tryout as his official legal assistant.
The Test Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Tim Van Patten April 4, 2001 18
Ed represents his former high school girlfriend. Carol launches a campaign to win back school funding for the high school's music program and its veteran teacher when budget cuts make it expendable; an uneasy Nancy suspects that nanny Carmella isn't qualified to take care of her baby and intends to find out more about her.
Windows of Opportunity Will McRobb & Chris Viscardi & Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Bob Berlinger May 2, 2001 19
Ed urges Carol to help him convince a young couple from tying the knot in his bowling alley on a whim because he fears they haven't taken the time to properly know each other for the long run. Meanwhile, Ed goes to court on behalf of an excessively overweight man who seeks a restraining order against his well-intentioned brother who resorts to outright bullying to prevent his sibling from eating himself into an early grave. In addition, moony Warren asks out Donna Tuzzi.
Mind Over Matter Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Marc Buckland May 9, 2001 20
Ed wants the bowling alley designated as a landmark, Molly chills her promising new relationship with a hunk when she learns that her beau had first asked out Carol, while Ed welcomes a group of old-timers who annually rent out the lanes for a reunion.
Mixed Signals Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Alan Myerson May 16, 2001 21
As the Stuckeybowl crew prepares for a "Vegas Night" themed shindig at the bowling alley, Carol disputes Ed's well-intended advice to nerdy Warren urging him to abandon caution and ask out the girl of his dreams to the school prom. Ed represents a teed-off golfer who blew a match's prize money on the last putt when a nearby fan heckled him. In addition, Mike is reluctantly drafted into arranging a tribute banquet to honor Dr. Jerome.
Prom Night Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Marc Buckland May 23, 2001 22
In the first season finale, Ed continues to draw closer to Carol when he agrees to help her chaperone at the high school prom. A dateless Warren considers hiring a hooker to accompany him to the prom and Phil believes he's found his true calling as a TV host of a hidden camera show.

Season 2: 2001–2002[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate #
The Stars Align Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Kevin Dowling October 10, 2001 1
Ed is shocked to see his ex-flame Bonnie appear on his doorstep just as he was going to kiss Carol. Ed is called on to represent Warren in court when the teen is arrested for supplying beer at a party where a fellow student is injured. Nancy is driven to distraction by her domestic duties, and a pony is delivered to the alley...ordered by Phil, who is nowhere to be found.
Changes Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Tim Van Patten October 17, 2001 2
Ed cools off Carol when the new principal, Dennis, becomes quite the pain in her side. Ed is curious when asked by an odd stranger to help him legally change his name and identity. Mike is about to blow his top with the insufferable Dr. Jerome, the old coot surprises him; Molly is intrigued by an affable bowling alley salesman whose magic tricks could charm the pants off her; and Phil's latest get-chicks-quick scheme has him posing a la famous magician David Blaine.
A Job Well Done Jonathan Groff Ron Thompson October 24, 2001 3
Molly gets frustrated with Ed when he represents a rude clothing store owner (guest star David Garrison) who's being sued for sexual harassment by a former saleswoman who had to wear skimpy garments on the job -- but when Ed learns the truth, the presiding judge (guest star Charles Dumas) won't let him back out. Mike pressures an overwhelmed Nancy to have a second baby and Phil embarks on a quest to retrieve a bowler's prized ball which was lost somewhere in the pin-sweeping machinery.
Crazy Time Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Kevin Dowling October 31, 2001 4
Ed gets upset when he learns that Dr. Crazy (guest star Evan Handler), a famed but depressed children's TV entertainer hired to emcee, encourages a trusting child to run away from home—and when the child complies, Ed is hired by the boy's parents to sue the personality for abusing his status as a youth role model.
Closure Tom Spezialy Melanie Mayron November 7, 2001 5
Ed re-thinks his decision to leave his ex-wife (guest star Melissa Errico) and arranges his first meeting with her since he caught her cheating with a mailman. Molly overthinks her budding romance with a bowling alley repairman (guest star Patrick Finn) and fears getting hurt.
Replacements Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Timothy Busfield November 14, 2001 6
Ed finds competition with another 'bowling alley lawyer', who begins stealing his clients. Carol is frustrated with Dennis' latest rude behavior. Warren tries to impress a girl by joining the wrestling team.
The New World Chris Dingess Sandy Smolan November 21, 2001 7
Ed is asked by Dennis to represent him after a fender-bender. Meanwhile, Ed tries to resurrect the annual Thanksgiving Day parade, as well as take notice of the budding relationship between Dennis and Carol.
Goodbye Sadie Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Mel Damski December 3, 2001 8
Ed represents a teacher who refused to cast a student in the school based on him being African-American. Elsewhere, Warren gets a makeover.
Charity Cases Kevin Murphy Adam Bernstein December 12, 2001 9
Stuckeyville's leading philanthropist asks Ed to play elf to his Santa when he decides to give away his fortune to the locals but Ed's cheer earns him jeers when he learns that the gifts have depleted the eccentric multi-millionaire's charitable foundation.
Small Town Guys Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Kevin Dowling January 9, 2002 10
Ed represents a loser who is sued by a woman for breach of privacy after she rejected his romantic overtures and found her photo posted on his web site. Elsewhere, Mike finally gives vent to his full emotions about Dr. Jerome when the older man betrays him. In addition, Warren mistakenly believes that the way to Jessica's heart is to become the school buffoon.
Two Days of Freedom Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Arlene Sanford January 16, 2002 11
Ed is perplexed when a middle-aged couple (guest stars Vincent Pastore,and Andrea Martin) hire him to supervise the husband's 48-hour birthday present of total freedom to do anything he wants. Carol and Dennis patch up their romantic split, Warren finally gets a date with Jessica.
Ends and Means Kevin Dowling Kevin Dowling January 30, 2002 12
Ed begins dating a free-spirited claims adjuster (guest star Reiko Aylesworth) and agrees to represent her when her former employer accuses her of embezzling thousands of dollars, Nancy tires of her housebound baby-care duties and seeks to become a part-time substitute teacher until she runs afoul of her fellow teachers for going outside the bounds of course instruction. Phil hatches a scheme to host birthday parties at the alley with a "celebrity roast" theme.
Youth Bandits Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Juan Campanella February 6, 2002 13
Ed learns of the death of a teen friend who formed a band while they were students, Molly tries to convince scamming Phil over the graduation finish line when he tries to obtain a high school equivalent degree.
Things To Do Today Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett James Frawley February 27, 2002 14
Ed is intrigued by the romantic antics of a beautiful and flirtatious young woman (Kelly Ripa). Carol frets when she learns that Warren has captured a private moment of hers on videotape.
Nice Guys Finish Last Kevin Etten & Jacob Lentz Arvin Brown March 6, 2002 15
Ed wants to help a lawyer win his first case against a trucking firm that has re-routed giant semi-trailer rigs to rumble through peaceful Stuckeyville. Carol makes the mistake of asking Dennis to read her short story before she submits it to a famous visiting writer (guest star Keir Dullea).
Wheel Of Justice Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Mel Damski March 27, 2002 16
Ed represents Carol when she's forced to sing 'Bad, Bad Leroy Brown' in front of court, when a judge begins deciding his clients sentence based on spinning a wheel.
Lloyd Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Timothy Busfield April 3, 2002 17
Ed's troublesome brother Lloyd Timothy Busfield comes to town and convinces him to give Stuckeybowl a 'night club' makeover.
Trust Yahling Chang Guy Ferland April 10, 2002 18
Ed defends Mike when he is slapped with a sexual harassment charge from a nurse.
The Shot Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Gloria Muzio April 24, 2002 19
Ed gathers all the parties of the championship basketball game he blew with a missed shot.
Power of the Person Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Timothy Busfield May 1, 2002 20
Carol convinces Ed to coach the Quiz Bowl team in the hopes it will inspire an underachieving student to join...which Dennis finds offensive.
Memory Lane Jon Beckerman & Rob Burnett Rob Thompson May 8, 2002 21
Ed realizes he may lose Carol when he learns she and Dennis plan to live together, and that Dennis plans to propose.
Last Chance Rob Burnett & Jon Beckerman Timothy Busfield May 15, 2002 22
In the second season finale, Ed discovers Carol and Dennis plan on going on a cross country trip together, and Ed realized he's got one last chance to win her over.

Season 3: 2002–2003[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate #
Human Nature Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Timothy Busfield September 25, 2002 1
Carol and Dennis return from their trip, and Carol drills Ed on his goodbye kiss. Danny DeVito guest stars as a scammer who becomes Ed's newest client. Ed hires a new employee to the bowling alley, a wheelchair-bound but energetic man by the name of Eli (Daryl Mitchell).
Ms. Stuckeyville Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Don Scardino October 2, 2002 2
Carol decides to tell Ed that Dennis proposed, but he just laughs and doesn't believe her. Diane becomes a candidate for 'Ms. Stuckeyville', and back at the alley, Eli and Phil begin to clash.
The Road Drake Sather Jamie Babbit October 9, 2002 3
Ed decides to hit the road with a traveler who passes through the town, while Carol and Dennis plan their wedding. Nancy becomes the new guidance counselor and Phil challenges Eli to a game of basketball in back of the alley.
Charlotte and Wilbur David Richardson Oz Scott October 16, 2002 4
Carol's dad (Dan Lauria) comes to visit and she worries about how he'll take the news that she's engaged. Ed steps in for Eli in a jitterbug dancing contest.
The Divorce Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Timothy Busfield October 30, 2002 5
Ed steps in to help two radio show stars separate from their longtime partnership (Horatio Sanz and Chris Parnell).
May The Best Man Win Chris Dingess Gloria Muzio November 6, 2002 6
Dennis asks Ed to be his best man, leading Ed to plan an outrageous bachelor party to embarrass him. Meanwhile, the free-spirited Jennifer (Kelly Ripa) returns and tries to win back Ed.
The Wedding Rob Burnett, Jon Beckerman Vincent Misiano November 13, 2002 7
While Carol and Dennis' big day has arrived, Ed is unsure about what his role in it should be. Jennifer (Kelly Ripa) intends to help him. Carol's little sister comes to town and starts up an unlikely romance with Warren.
Trapped Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Kevin Sullivan November 20, 2002 8
Tired of dealing with Ed and Carol's problems, Mike locks the two of them inside the bowling alley and won't release them until they settle out their differences. Phil intends to force Eli to ask out a local girl by beating him in a game of Scrabble.
Makeovers Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Don Scardino December 11, 2002 9
Ed's brother Lloyd returns with a new plan to get rich, this time selling Male Makeup. Mike and Warren try to help Mark lose weight after his father suffers a heart attack.
Neighbors Kevin Etten Tim Van Patten December 18, 2002 10
Mike and Ed develop a plan to bring the whole town back together again after Ed takes on the case of two neighbors suing each other. Eli and Phil hatch a scheme to make Phil the spokesman for the local sandwich shop.
Frankie Jessica Queller Timothy Busfield January 8, 2003 11
A new attorney named Frankie catches Ed's eye while Warren and Diane ask for Eli's help in making Mark a feast of all of his favorite things before he has his gastro-bypass surgery.
Partners Drake Sather Adam Bernstein January 18, 2003 12
While Ed and Frankie start up as partners against crime, Mike is finding his new practice being sabotaged by his old partner, Dr. Jerome.
Hyenas & Wildebeests Chris Dingess Rick Stevenson January 22, 2003 13
Ed represents Carol when she's sued by an old classmate, who believes past actions of his affected her terrible review of his restaurant.
The Case Kevin Etten Allison Liddi-Brown February 5, 2003 14
Eli asks Ed to defend his friend who is charged with the accidental death of an old friend when they attempt an old high school prank. Molly finds herself becoming interested in a student's father, Tom Wilson, whose son seems to be ignoring him for video games.
Blips Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Rob Burnett February 12, 2003 15
Ed obsesses over his legacy when he receives an estimate on how long he'll live. A famous artist (Tim Matheson) and ex of Carol's sister Stella comes to town in hopes of getting her back, while Warren has the same agenda.
Good Advice Jessica Queller Tom Cavanagh February 19, 2003 16
Frankie defends Ed when his random act of kindness gets him sued, while Carol insults him when she comments on his relationship with Frankie.
Captain Lucidity Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Babu Subramaniam February 26, 2003 17
Ed attempts to figure out all his problems by having a Lucid Dream and revisiting his past, conjuring up Taye Diggs in the process.
Business As Usual Aaron Ehasz Timothy Busfield March 5, 2003 18
While Ed and Frankie's relationship heats up, Mike and Dr. Jerome fight over their practice's sign.
Baby Sitting Dan Schofield Allison Liddi-Brown March 12, 2003 19
Ed babysits Nancy and Mike's kids...but soon has to calling Carol for help while Nancy and Mike find their getaway bed and breakfast to not be quite what they had in mind. (Molly Shannon) guest stars.
Second Chances Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Tim Van Patten March 28, 2003 20
Frankie learns of Ed's longtime longing for Carol, while Eli pays a visit to the man who bought his restaurant after he had his accident.
The Movie Rob Burnett, Jon Beckerman Timothy Busfield April 4, 2003 21
Tensions occur between Ed and Frankie when Carol makes her move to win him back, Ed allows a shoestore owner (Christopher Lloyd) to make a movie in the bowling alley.
The Decision Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Rob Burnett April 11, 2003 22
In the third season finale Ed has to choose between Carol and Frankie. Mike seeks Ed's help when a young college student starts coming on to him.

Season 4: 2003–2004[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate #
New School Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett Don Scardino September 21, 2003 1
While Ed and Carol attempt to sort out their new relationship by planning their first date, The Burtons go about buying a puppy, and Eli gets eyes for a local pie maker.
New Car Smell Rob Burnett, Jon Beckerman Rob Burnett October 1, 2003 2
The episode is seen through the lens of Ed's cousin's camera, as Ed agrees to let him film a documentary about him, the movie heats up when Ed and Carol decide to move in together.
The Dream Kenny Lenhart, John J. Sakhman Tom Cavanagh October 8, 2003 3
Ed and Mike decide to act on their childhood dream of owning a racehorse, while Carol has her hands full with Warren, who is rapidly approaching his SATs.
History Lessons Andrew Dettmann Alan Myerson October 15, 2003 4
Ed tries to preserve the historical significance of a local revolutionary war battle...while he's busy checking out Carol's ex-boyfriend.
Death, Debt, Dating Constance M. Burge Stephen Williams October 21, 2003 5
Molly meets an exciting stranger, while Ed faces a difficult civil suit.
The Offer Chris Dingess Allison Liddi Brown October 29, 2003 6
An old student turned famous writer visits Carol and is impressed with her writing, and convinces her to meet a magazine editor in New York for an interview.
Goodbye Stuckeyville Barb Makintosh Don Scardino November 5, 2003 7
As Carol struggles to decide whether to take the writing job in New York, Ed flirts with the idea of selling the bowling alley to go with her.
Therapy Rob Burnett, Jon Beckerman Jon Beckerman November 12, 2003 8
Ed seeks professional help on his relationship with Carol with a doctor recommended to him by Mike.
The Proposal John Sakmar, Kerry Lenhart Don Scardino November 19, 2003 9
Ed decides to propose to Carol when she comes back to Stuckeyville for Thanksgiving, but struggles to get it right.
Just a Formality Kevin Etten Sarah Pia Anderson December 10, 2003 10
Carol asks Ed to ask permission from her father to propose to her...even though he already did.
Home For Christmas Andrew Dettman Tim Matheson December 17, 2003 11
Ed is tempted by an old classmate back in Stuckeyville for the holidays while Mike and Nancy hope to have their new house finished for the holidays.
The Process Connie Burge Tom Cavanagh January 7, 2004 12
Carol struggles to come up with three chapters of a novel, while Mike appoints himself 'Decision Master' of The Burton household.
Back in the Saddle Kevin Etten, Chris Dingess Jason Ensler January 9, 2004 13
Lea Thompson guest stars as Ed's ex-wife, who asks Ed for help with her new business.
Hidden Agendas Kenny Lenhart, John J. Sakmar Allison Liddi-Brown January 16, 2004 14
Lea Thompson is back as Ed's ex-wife who continues to interfere with Ed and Carol's lives.
Pressure Points Barb Makintosh, Lisa Michelle Payton Michael Slovis January 23, 2004 15
Burt Reynolds guest stars as Mike's father who shows up at Mike's doorstep after getting the boot from his wife, and Ed feels inadequate when he's unable to stop a mugger from taking Carol's engagement ring.
Best Wishes Constance M. Burge, Andrew Dettmann Marc Buckland January 30, 2004 16
Timothy Busfield is back as Ed's brother Lloyd who brings his normal troubles to Stuckeyville, while tension sparks between Carol and her sister when Warren walks in on Carol in the shower, after sleeping with Stella.
Happily Ever After Rob Burnett, Jon Beckerman Rob Burnett February 6, 2004 17
The wedding day is finally here for Ed and Carol, but both struggle to find a way to make it perfect. The creators/executive producers Jon Beckerman and Rob Burnett made a cameo appearance as reception guests at Carol and Ed's wedding in the final episode.