Ed, Edd n Eddy (season 4)

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Ed, Edd n Eddy (season 4)
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Cover for digital downloads
Country of origin Canada (production)
United States (broadcast)
No. of episodes 13 (25 segments)
Release
Original network Cartoon Network
Original release September 27, 2002 – November 5, 2004
Season chronology
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List of Ed, Edd n Eddy episodes

The fourth season of the Canadian-American animated comedy television series Ed, Edd n Eddy, created by Danny Antonucci, originally aired on Cartoon Network from September 27, 2002, to November 5, 2004, and consists of 24 episodes. The series revolves around three adolescent boys collectively known as "the Eds", who live 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. The fourth season was originally set to be the last of the series, but two more seasons as well as three holiday-themed specials were ordered as a result of the series' popularity.[1][2] The Complete 4th Season DVD was also exclusively released in Thailand.

The season is available for purchase on the iTunes Store and can be streamed on Netflix.[3][4][5]

Development[edit]

Two additional seasons of Ed, Edd n Eddy were ordered during the production of the second in 2000.[6] The voice cast remained the same as in season three, featuring Matt Hill, Samuel Vincent, and Tony Sampson as Ed, Double Dee, and Eddy, David Paul Grove as Jonny 2x4, Keenan Christenson as Jimmy, Janyse Jaud as Sarah and Lee Kanker, Kathleen Barr as Kevin and Marie, Peter Kelamis as Rolf, and Erin Fitzgerald as Nazz and May Kanker. In 2004, Patric Caird was nominated for the Leo Award for Best Musical Score of an Animation Program or Series, for his work on the episode "Ed in a Halfshell".[7] Caird won in the same Leo Award category in 2005 for his work on the season.[8] In the same year, the season was nominated for Favorite Cartoon at the Kids' Choice Awards.[9] This was the last major animated TV series to use traditional cel animation. In 2004, when the show was renewed for two new seasons, the animators switched over to digital ink-and-paint.

In August 2002, the New York Museum of Television and Radio featured the episode "An Ed Is Born" as part of the special program "Cartoon Power! Celebrating Cartoon Network's 10th Birthday".[10] At the July 2007 San Diego Comic-Con, a cut segment from the season finale "Take This Ed and Shove It" was screened at the Ed, Edd n Eddy panel.[11] The season was written by Antonucci, Jono Howard, Mike Kubat, Geoff Berner and Brent Miller (who only co-wrote "One Size Fits Ed").[12]

Episodes[edit]

Note: All episodes directed by Danny Antonucci

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Written by Storyboard by Title Reference Original air date [3]
40 1 "If It Smells Like an Ed" Geoff Berner, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci James "Wootie" Wootton If It Smells Like a Rat September 27, 2002 (2002-09-27)
When Eddy gives Jimmy a wedgie, making all of the kids laugh at him, the Eds are framed for various misdeeds.
41 2 "Don't Rain on My Ed / Once Bitten, Twice Ed" Geoff Berner & Danny Antonucci / Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci Todd Demong & Werner Marcus / Joel Dickie Don't Rain on My Parade / Once Bitten, Twice Shy November 1, 2002 (2002-11-01)

Don't Rain on My Ed: When Eddy discovers it is "Customer Appreciation Day" at the candy store, where they're giving away free jawbreakers, they try to make it before they close in 10 minutes, but their progress is hampered due to a series of hindrances.

Once Bitten, Twice Ed: Eddy keeps on using the same failed scam plot over and over with minor tweaks. The kids, as well as Ed and Edd, are repeatedly unimpressed, but Eddy never gives up.
42 3 "One Size Fits Ed / Pain in the Ed" Brent Miller, Aaron Maclaughlan, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Geoff Berner, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci James "Wootie" Wootton / Scott Underwood One Size Fits All / Pain in the Butt/Neck November 15, 2002 (2002-11-15)

One Size Fits Ed: Eddy decides to make Jimmy a sumo wrestler.

Pain in the Ed: Eddy tries to destroy the violin that Ed plays terribly.
43 4 "Ed Overboard / One of Those Eds" Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci Timothy Packford & Kent Webb / Scott Underwood & Charlie Chien Man Overboard / One of Those Days August 24, 2003 (2003-08-24)

Ed Overboard: After a bungled makeover gives May the blues, her sisters decide to cheer her up by bringing Ed over for some "fun", though against Ed's wishes. Edd and Eddy turn to the Urban Rangers to save Ed.

One of Those Eds: Eddy finds a quarter mysteriously stuck to the sidewalk, but soon it becomes a free-for-all, as the other kids begin to fight over it, only to all be unsuccessful at picking it up off the ground.
44 5 "They Call Him Mr. Ed / For the Ed, by the Ed" Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci Timothy Packford & Kent Webb / Leah Waldron They Call Him Mr. Tibbs / For the People, by the People November 10, 2003 (2003-11-10)

They Call Him Mr. Ed: Eddy starts his own company as part of a scheme to help himself and his friends move "up" in the world.

For the Ed, by the Ed: After rescuing Jimmy from the Kankers and a centipede, Plank is praised as the "King of the Cul-de-sac". Eddy challenges Plank to an election, using his scheming ways to win.
45 6 "Little Ed Blue / A Twist of Ed" Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci Timothy Packford & Kent Webb / Tout Le Monde Little Boy Blue / A Twist of Fate November 17, 2003 (2003-11-17)

Little Ed Blue: Ed is in a bad mood so Edd and Eddy try to cheer him up.

A Twist of Ed: Edd and the other Eds try to use reverse psychology to ward off the Kankers.
46 7 "Your Ed Here / The Good Ol' Ed" Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci Leah Waldron & Timothy Packford / Scott "Diggs" Underwood Your Name/Signature Here / The Good Ol' Days January 23, 2004 (2004-01-23)

Your Ed Here: After finding Eddy's wallet, Kevin begins to blackmail Eddy after learning his middle name is "Skipper".

The Good Ol' Ed: The Eds make a time capsule and find trinkets that remind them of scams both familiar and not-so-familiar.
47 8 "Thick as an Ed / Sorry, Wrong Ed" Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Geoff Berner & Danny Antonucci Tout Le Monde / James "Wootie" Wootton Thick as a Brick / Sorry, Wrong Number January 30, 2004 (2004-01-30)

Thick as an Ed: Ed's 57-day-old "lucky" cheese chunk hinders Edd and Eddy from their latest scam.

Sorry, Wrong Ed: Rolf buries a phone that appears to be cursed; Eddy finds the phone to be stylish, so he takes it without Rolf knowing. Every time Eddy answers it, he is plagued by unfortunate mishaps.
48 9 "Robbin' Ed / A Case of Ed" Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci / Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci James "Wootie" Wootton / Leah Waldron Robin Hood / A Case of (Blank) February 6, 2004 (2004-02-06)

Robbin' Ed: When a mysterious superhero named Captain Melonhead (a thinly-disguised Jonny, with Plank as his sidekick, "Splinter the WonderWood") steals the money back and returns it to the kids of the cul-de-sac, Eddy thinks it is payback time, and transforms himself, Edd, and Ed into the supervillain Professor Scam and his henchmen, the Cents, respectively.

A Case of Ed: Ed and Eddy trick Edd into believing he has a terminal illness, while taunting a grounded Kevin. It's up to Edd and Kevin to give those two a taste of their own medicine.
49 10 "Stiff Upper Ed / Here's Mud in Your Ed" Geoff Berner & Danny Antonucci / Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci Tout Le Monde Stiff Upper Lip / Here's Mud in Your Eye February 13, 2004 (2004-02-13)

Stiff Upper Ed: When Sarah and Jimmy start a "Rich Club" in Ed's backyard, inviting everyone except the Eds, Eddy tries to prove he has got what it takes to be a member.

Here's Mud in Your Ed: After Eddy creates a scam called Smileyville (it is just a lone alley, which makes Jimmy's bad day worse by scamming him out of his last quarter), he and Rolf team up to turn the tables on Eddy by pulling a con on him.
50 11 "Postcards from the Ed / Stuck in Ed" Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci Tout Le Monde / Leah Waldron Postcards from the Edge/Stuck in Mud February 20, 2004 (2004-02-20)

Postcards from the Ed: When Plank's "parents" come to town, Ed irritates Eddy by offering to show them around the cul-de-sac, but then Eddy gets the idea to take them on his own, significantly pricier tour.

Stuck in Ed: After Kevin makes a mint selling his surplus jawbreakers, Eddy tries to con some of it out of him, only to find he is completely tapped for scam ideas. Eddy ends up turning to his old disciple, Jimmy, for an idea.
51 12 "Hand Me Down Ed / Run for Your Ed" Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci Tout Le Monde Hand Me Down/Run for Your Life!Heirloom February 27, 2004 (2004-02-27)

Hand Me Down Ed: When a boomerang flies into the cul-de-sac, it alters the personality of anyone who touches it.

Run for Your Ed: The Kankers go on the warpath through the cul-de-sac to find a missing family heirloom. Unbeknown to the Eds, the ship-in-a-bottle that is stuck on Ed's finger is the very thing the Kankers are after.
52 13 "Take This Ed and Shove It" Mike Kubat, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci Tout Le Monde Take This Job & Shove It November 5, 2004 (2004-11-05)

Eddy finds the cul-de-sac kids are all growing up and tries to make his career out of it. Later he gets hit by a bunch of items and sees himself 90 years in the future as well as seeing the cul-de-sac 90 years in the future. Eddy must now find a way to get himself back to being a kid.

Note: This episode was the original series finale before the show's renewal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ DeVries, Jack (November 1, 2007). "Ed, Edd 'n Eddy: Scam of the Century Review". IGN. News Corporation. Retrieved July 30, 2012. 
  2. ^ Baisley, Sarah (June 15, 2004). "Cartoon Network Greenlights 26 New Ed, Edd n Eddys". Animation World Network. Retrieved May 13, 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "Ed, Edd n Eddy, Season 4". iTunes Store. Apple. Retrieved August 25, 2014. 
  4. ^ "Ed, Edd n Eddy". Netflix. Retrieved August 24, 2013. 
  5. ^ Crum, Chris (March 28, 2014). "Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix (You Will Lose)". WebProNews. Retrieved August 25, 2014. 
  6. ^ "Cartoon Net Lands Looney Toons Plus 4 New Shows". Animation World Magazine. April 2000. Retrieved August 24, 2014. 
  7. ^ "Leo Awards 2004 Nominees – Animation Program or Series". Leo Awards. Archived from the original on August 22, 2004. Retrieved May 2, 2012. 
  8. ^ "2005 Winners". Leo Awards. Retrieved May 2, 2012. 
  9. ^ "2005 Nickelodeon Host/Nominees Release". Nickelodeon. February 8, 2005. Archived from the original on September 5, 2014. Retrieved May 5, 2012. 
  10. ^ Godfrey, Leigh (June 24, 2002). "Ed, Edd N Eddy Show Their Cartoon Power!". Animation World Network. Retrieved August 25, 2014. 
  11. ^ Hazuda, Matt (July 27, 2007). "TZ @ SDCC: Ed, Edd n Eddy Say Farewell". ToonZone. Retrieved May 7, 2012. 
  12. ^ Ed, Edd n Eddy season 4 credits

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