List of Ed, Edd n Eddy episodes

List of Ed, Edd n Eddy episodes

This is an episode list of the animated television series Ed, Edd n Eddy, created by Danny Antonucci. The series debuted on Cartoon Network on January 4, 1999.



Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 January 4, 1999 (1999-01-04) June 11, 1999 (1999-06-11)
2 13 September 13, 1999 (1999-09-13) December 20, 1999 (1999-12-20)
3 13 February 23, 2001 (2001-02-23) July 12, 2002 (2002-07-12)
4 13 September 27, 2002 (2002-09-27) November 5, 2004 (2004-11-05)
5 12 November 4, 2005 (2005-11-04) April 28, 2007 (2007-04-28)
6 1 June 29, 2008 (2008-06-29) June 29, 2008 (2008-06-29)
Special 4 December 3, 2004 (2004-12-03) April 11, 2007 (2007-04-11)
Film 1 November 8, 2009 (2009-11-08)

Season 1: 1999

Ed, Edd n Eddy's first season premiered on January 4, 1999 and ended on June 11, 1999 on Cartoon Network. This season aired on the UK Cartoon Network on March 15, 1999. The complete first season was released on DVD on October 10, 2006.

EP# Title Airdate
1 "The Ed-Touchables / Nagged to Ed" January 4, 1999 (1999-01-04)

The Ed-Touchables: Things are missing around the cul-de-sac, namely Edd's magnifying glass and Sarah's doll. The Eds try to solve the mystery for money.

Nagged to Ed: Edd's monthly insect expedition turns into a nightmare when the Eds wind up trapped in the trailer park as guests of the recently moved-in Kanker sisters. 
2 "Pop Goes the Ed / Over Your Ed" January 11, 1999 (1999-01-11)

Pop Goes the Ed: The Eds crash Nazz's sprinkler party during a heat wave. Due to losing their trunks (eaten, shrunken, etc.), they leave, almost freezing to death.

Over Your Ed: The Eds set up a routine scam, but Ed ruins it. Edd suggests they clean Ed and give him a makeover. All is well until the Kankers show up. 
3 "Sir Ed-a-Lot / A Pinch to Grow An Ed" January 18, 1999 (1999-01-18)

Sir Ed-a-Lot: Edd and Eddy are up for a ripe day of scamming, but Ed's stuck babysitting Queen Sarah. She torments them all day, bossing them around. When Prince Jimmy arrives, things really get out of hand.

A Pinch to Grow An Ed: Eddy gets picked on because of his height, so Edd builds him a pair of Elevator Boots. All goes well until the Kankers show up and ruin everything. 
4 "Read All About Ed / Quick Shot Ed" January 25, 1999 (1999-01-25)

Read All About Ed: It is early in the morning and Edd has got a paper route to save up for an electron microscope. Eddy is immediately lured by the prospect of big money, imagining how much could be earned from multiple paper routes, but he didn't figure on Ed's incompetence, or the sudden downpour.

Quick Shot Ed: While sifting through the treasures lurking up in Eddy's attic, the Eds come across an old instant-develop camera. Eddy instantly hatches a scam: take pictures of all the cul-de-sac kids, put them in a calendar, and sell the calendar back to the kids. However, this plan turns out to be more difficult to execute than previously thought. 
5 "An Ed Too Many / Ed-n-Seek" February 1, 1999 (1999-02-01)

An Ed Too Many: Sarah falls in love with Edd, and begins to pursue him wherever the Eds go, much to Eddy's dismay. He and Ed finally realize the answer is to get Sarah and Jimmy back together.

Ed-n-Seek: The cul-de-sac kids are playing hide and go seek, and the Eds participate in the game. 
6 "Look Into My Eds / Tag Yer Ed" February 8, 1999 (1999-02-08)

Look Into My Eds: Edd receives a psychology manual in the mail, and inside is a hypnotizing wheel. Eddy then decides that he can control the whole cul-de-sac with it.

Tag Yer Ed: Edd is getting ridiculed because he is weak, so Eddy decides to toughen him up. Ed and Eddy put Edd through a training program. 
7 "Dawn of the Eds / Virt-Ed-Go" February 15, 1999 (1999-02-15)

Dawn of the Eds: Ed's dying to see the newest sci-fi movie, Robot Rebel Ranch, but it is R-rated, and the Eds will not be able to get in. They plan to sneak in while riding a bicycle to the theater, but end up in the junkyard, where their imaginations go crazy and they think they're on a distant planet.

Virt-Ed-Go: The Eds are beat after a bird steals their hard-earned quarter when they spot a passing plane towing a sign advertising Joe's Clubhouse. They come up with the obvious scam: start a club and charge for membership. 
8 "Who, What, Where, Ed! / Keeping Up with the Eds" February 22, 1999 (1999-02-22)

Who, What, Where, Ed!: The Eds are hungry, and Eddy's treating them to omelettes. Unfortunately, Ed manages to break every egg in the house. The Eds decide to go to Rolf's to see if he will give them a chicken. He promises a chicken egg in exchange for sawdust. As the Eds seek to get an easier way to get the egg, they set up more and more trades.

Keeping Up with the Eds: Edd's father wants him to mow the lawn. Ed and Eddy decide to help, but after Ed ruins the yard, Eddy uses his dad's Montezuma's Free Range Manure to turn the lawn into a forest, and decides to mow peoples lawns for cash. 
9 "Fool on the Ed / A Boy and His Ed" March 1, 1999 (1999-03-01)

Fool on the Ed: Eddy is the master of pranks until a mysterious prankster calling himself the "Prank Master" starts pranking all the kids in the cul-de-sac.

A Boy and His Ed: Kevin tells the Eds he wants to give them something, but Eddy does not believe him and sends him away. After finding out that Kevin was actually giving out jawbreakers, the Eds try to become Kevin's friend in order to get some jawbreakers. 
10 "Laugh Ed Laugh / It's Way Ed" March 8, 1999 (1999-03-08)

Laugh Ed Laugh: The Eds come up with a great scam, but all the cul-de-sac kids are missing. They go to investigate and find that a chickenpox epidemic has hit the neighborhood. The Eds are the only ones that are not sick and because of not having kids to scam, Eddy goes insane.

It's Way Ed: Strolling down the lane, the Eds find the kids are walking around on stilts. They tell the Eds that it is the latest fad. The Eds' go home to make their own stilts, and return to find the cul-de-sac kids wearing hats with tether-balls, wizz-wazzing. Tired of being behind, the Eds decide to invent their own style. However, the other kids are always ahead of them. 
11 "Eds-Aggerate / Oath to an Ed" March 15, 1999 (1999-03-15)

Eds-Aggerate: After a scam goes horribly wrong and ends up shooting an armchair at Kevin's house, Eddy makes up a quick lie, telling Kevin the "Mucky Boys" did it. Kevin is convinced, and soon the whole cul-de-sac is searching for the Mucky Boys.

Oath to an Ed: The Eds all have new clothes, which are still stiff from the store. Ed and Eddy try to break them in, but end up ruining them. After that, the Eds hear about the "Urban Rangers" and decide to join in order to receive their uniforms, but Eddy begins to fake the good deeds. 
12 "A Glass of Warm Ed / Flea-Bitten Ed" March 22, 1999 (1999-03-22)

A Glass of Warm Ed: A peaceful night in the cul-de-sac is interrupted when Edd finds that Ed is sleepwalking and eating everyone's food while they sleep.

Flea-Bitten Ed: The Eds open up an animal grooming business and clean up all of Rolf's filthy animals. All goes smoothly until Ed's allergic reaction to Rolf's rabbits kicks in. 
13 "Button Yer Ed / Avast Ye Eds" June 11, 1999 (1999-06-11)

Button Yer Ed: Ed accidentally puts a hole in Edd's screen door, letting a bug in. The fly then gets caught in Eddy's throat when he attempts to swat it, and he loses his voice.

Avast Ye Eds: After a tire-swing scam gone awry, the Eds launch a cruise line on the local creek. The Eds make a cruise ship out of a big tire inner-tube and convince the kids, particularly Jimmy and Jonny, to go on the cruise. All goes well until the Kankers, dressed as pirates, foil the Eds' plans (and kiss them). 

Season 2: 1999

Ed, Edd n Eddy's second season premiered on September 13, 1999 and ended on December 20, 1999 on Cartoon Network. The complete second season was released on DVD on April 24, 2007.

EP# Title Airdate
14 "Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Ed / Ready, Set... Ed!" September 13, 1999 (1999-09-13)

Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Ed: Ed asks Eddy why Edd is so smart and Eddy tells him that Edd is not human. Much to Eddy's amusement, Ed believes it and starts a quest to see Edd do something inhuman. The Eds get invited to a barbecue at Nazz's place and Ed thinks it is a ceremony to transform kids into bugs. Meanwhile, Eddy has gotten stuck in a pail, looking like a huge bug, frightening Ed, and the kids attempt to "squash" him.

Ready, Set... Ed!: Jealous of Kevin's record-breaking bike riding abilities, Eddy decides to show off his own skills. Eddy tells the kids that the Eds just broke a world record for flying around the world. Eddy gives them a ride in his fake "rocket car", and manages to convince them that they're riding around the world, until Kevin realizes the truth. 
15 "Knock Knock, Who's Ed / One + One = Ed" September 20, 1999 (1999-09-20)

Knock Knock, Who's Ed: Ed tells Edd and Eddy about a monster movie marathon. Edd and Eddy decide to watch the marathon also, but Sarah kicks them out while they're getting snacks. They then try to get into other people's houses to watch the marathon.

One + One = Ed: Ed can't sleep, so he goes to Eddy's house and starts irritating him all night with questions. The next morning when they find Edd taking apart an antique radio, they decide to learn what things are made of by taking them apart. Their imaginations take over and reality is bent in a surrealistic manner. 
16 "Know It All Ed / Dear Ed" September 27, 1999 (1999-09-27)

Know It All Ed: The Eds are at the junkyard when they find a box full of turkey basters. Eddy said they make perfect squirt guns, and develops a new scam. The Kankers come and the Eds are forced into a wild-west themed duel with the sisters.

Dear Ed: The Eds find Jimmy hanging around with Plank one day, and ask him why. Jimmy tells them that Jonny and Plank had a big feud and Jonny left Plank for good. The Eds decide to help Jonny out, and make him a new friend at a cost. Eddy then sets up a new scam, "Ed's Friend Store". 
17 "Hands Across Ed / Floss Your Ed" October 4, 1999 (1999-10-04)

Hands Across Ed: Eddy has the idea for his next scam: holding a telethon to raise money. They hold auditions for "local talent," and decide to have Jimmy and Nazz on the show. The Eds start their telethon, claiming that Ed's eyebrow is beginning to spread all over his body, and they need money for the operation. The telethon is a failure, and the other kids decide to have their own telethon, leaving the Eds high and dry.

Floss Your Ed: The Eds' latest scam goes well, but Jonny does not have any money and pays them with coconuts instead. Ed gladly takes a bite out of his, and finds that his tooth is sore. Edd inspects him and finds that he's losing his last baby tooth. Eddy knows just what to do: yank the tooth out and get loads of cash from the tooth fairy. 
18 "In Like Ed / Who Let the Ed In?" October 11, 1999 (1999-10-11)

In Like Ed: The Eds are setting up an overpriced garage sale, but all their potential customers are over at Kevin's garage sale. Kevin seems to know exactly what all his customers want, which makes Eddy furious, and Edd jealous because Eddy says Kevin is smarter than him. Eddy thinks Kevin is a spy. He wants to have inside information, and the Eds go off to investigate at Jimmy's birthday party. Edd shows them a variety of spy gadgets, and together they go to Jimmy's house, where all the kids are congregating.

Who Let the Ed In?: As Edd tries to set up the prize grabber scam, Ed's off goofing around. When Edd and Eddy go to find out what he's doing, they find him acting strangely. He introduces them to his new imaginary friend, Jib. They play along, and start this episode's scam, an enormous claw machine. Edd and Eddy realize Ed is serious, but "Jib" tells the other kids that it is a scam. They finally get rid of Jib by telling Ed that he has to go home. 
19 "Rambling Ed / Home-Cooked Ed" October 18, 1999 (1999-10-18)

Rambling Ed: Sarah interrupts the Eds' latest scam, a ghostly séance, to order Ed to pick up his sock, and other "favors". The Eds are not going to get anything done if Ed's busy, and they decide that it is time for him to move out. Eddy leaves a gullible Jonny to finish the chores, and together they go to Rolf's place, unloading Ed's stuff into his barn. Rolf is intrigued by the idea, and lets them stay there, but the Eds cause Rolf all manner of trouble.

Home-Cooked Ed: Eddy goes home to find a trailer parked on his front lawn. Edd tells him that some misinformed out-of-towner's must've lost their way. The Eds go inside and find that the trailer belongs to the Kankers, who say that they are on vacation, and they can hang there as long as they want. The Kankers cause their usual brand of mayhem. 
20 "To Sir with Ed / Key to My Ed" October 25, 1999 (1999-10-25)

To Sir with Ed: It is late in the evening when Eddy realizes his parents are out, and he's home alone. He's a little scared, and tries to get his fellow Eds to come over, but when the doorbell rings, he finds that it is Nazz at the door. He lets her in, and she goes into his kitchen and starts making dinner. Edd theorizes that Nazz has come over on a date, which both flatters and terrifies Eddy.

Key to My Ed: Another invention goes horribly wrong, and ends with Ed being rocketed through the air powered by ultra-fizzy soda. Edd and Eddy chase after him, when they come across a key on the ground. They think about what it might open, and Edd insists that they return it to its rightful owner. Eddy does not care, however, and tries to open every lock in the cul-de-sac. 
21 "Honor Thy Ed / Scrambled Ed" November 1, 1999 (1999-11-01)

Honor Thy Ed: Despite Edd's skepticism, and Ed eating all the fake produce, Eddy is confident that their latest scam - a taco stand - will see them rolling in cash, although his brother's delayed-reaction afterburner sauce soon takes his mind off money. The Eds soon discover an abandoned house. Kevin dares them to go inside (by luring them in with a jawbreaker), which they do, but they fall into several traps that were set by the Kankers.

Scrambled Ed: Totally exhausted Edd finally finishes building the Golden Gate Bridge out of toothpicks and goes to bed. Ed and Eddy are setting up their latest scam, Eds' Sea Ranch, and they need Edd's help. Edd is too tired to help, and either sleeps or mumbles the wrong ideas whenever Ed or Eddy want something from him, causing the scam to go terribly wrong. 
22 "Urban Ed / Stop, Look and Ed" November 8, 1999 (1999-11-08)

Urban Ed: The boring life of the suburban neighborhood is really getting to the Eds, and the hustle and bustle of the big city is the life the Eds wish for. Since the Eds cannot go to the "big city" (because they are too young to drive), Eddy decides to "bring the city to the cul-de-sac". In the Lane, the Eds constructs a cardboard city. The neighborhood kids have fun with it, but Jonny loses Plank in the city, and the kids are getting violent and more adaptive to city life.

Stop, Look and Ed: The Eds are fooling around, but the moment turns serious when Eddy nearly steps on a contaminated lawn marked by a "KEEP OFF THE GRASS" sign. Edd warns him that rules are the most important part of life, but Eddy's not convinced. To prove his point, he goes around breaking every rule he can find. Sooner or later, he manages to convince everyone to break the rules and destroy order in the Cul-de-Sac and forms the "No Rules Rule Party". 
23 "Rent-a-Ed / Shoo Ed" November 15, 1999 (1999-11-15)

Rent-a-Ed: The Eds start the "Ed CirKus" with "The Flying Eduardo Brothers", but no one's impressed. During one of Ed's stunts, Ed falls from the slide and broke the teeter-totter. After Edd suggests that they should pay someone to fix it, Eddy gets the idea that they should start to work on things for money, which could be more successful than the circus. After the Eds attempt to fix Jimmy's oven, the Eds try to help Jonny, who has his head stuck in the tree. While they are in Jonny's house looking for soap, Ed stupidly pulls out Jonny's sink, leaving them stuck there until they fix it. After putting Jonny's sink together incorrectly, Ed pulls out a hot-water tank. The steam gives Eddy an idea, opening a sauna (in Jonny's house). This also fails miserably, however, after Rolf accidentally drops his towel and frightens everyone away. Things only get worse when Ed breaks the house's support beam and the entire house comes crashing down.

Shoo Ed: When Jonny's being particularly annoying to Kevin, Eddy uses this opportunity to use Jonny to make money. They dress Jonny in a suit and tie, glue a block of wood to one of his shoes, feed him stinky anchovies, and send him around the cul-de-sac to annoy everyone. The Eds offer to get rid of Jonny for cash. However, it doesn't work on Rolf, who sees Jonny's bizarre behavior as customs from the old country. 
24 "Ed in a Half Shell / Mirror, Mirror on the Ed" November 29, 1999 (1999-11-29)

Ed in a Half Shell: Sarah interrupts the latest scam to tell Ed she's going to a ballet lesson and he has to take care of Jimmy. The Eds, not wanting to stir Sarah's wrath, are forced to watch Jimmy. Jimmy and Ed start playing together, and Jimmy begins to copy Ed's behavior. Seeing how impressionable Jimmy is, Eddy decides that he'll turn Jimmy into the fourth Ed, and starts teaching him how to be just like him. The lesson works too well, as when Sarah returns, Jimmy one-ups Eddy, causing him to become Sarah's target.

Mirror, Mirror on the Ed: The Eds are taking a walk when they stumble on to the cul-de-sac kids playing Truth or Dare. The Eds want to join, but all the kids quit, leaving the boys alone. They play by themselves and then Ed dares Eddy to be Edd, who dares Ed to be Eddy, who dares Edd to be Ed. They go around being each other, confusing Rolf and causing commotion. 
25 "Hot-Buttered Ed / High Heeled Ed" December 6, 1999 (1999-12-06)

Hot Buttered Ed: Kevin steals the spot that Eddy wanted at the creek. Edd suggests that they find another spot, which is covered in rocks and garbage. The Eds then attempt to get their spot by keeping a look out to see when Kevin leaves. They finally end up in Jonny's spot, on top of a parched bluff, burned to a crisp by the sun.

High Heeled Ed: The Eds plan to get big money with their "Sewer Swamp Ride", but Sarah, Jimmy, and Nazz are not impressed. When Eddy discovers this, he thinks Kevin, Rolf, and Jonny will come for the sewer ride. Sarah tells Eddy that they went go-karting and will not be back until dinner. The "Snuggle-Me-Ed" scam also fails to impress, so the Eds then get some gold paint and make "jewelry" to wow the more "sensitive" members of the cul-de-sac. 
26 "Fa, La, La, La, Ed / Cry Ed" December 20, 1999 (1999-12-20)

Fa, La, La, La, Ed: After hearing Edd talking about his family's Christmas fruit cake, Ed believes that it's really Christmas. While Ed hangs up his Christmas lights and stockings, Eddy begins his daily routine of planning to take the other's money. Edd is forced into this plot and is found having a difficult time trying to break their friends banks. Ed tries to convince everyone it is Christmas (Rolf and Jimmy fall for it). Seeing that the holiday cheer has been speared throughout the cul-de-sac, Eddy comes up with another plan, which is to sing Christmas carols for cash.

Cry Ed: The Eds are attracting the other kids' attention, when Jimmy's foot gets hit with a clothespin. Jimmy puts on a pity play and everyone starts attending to him. Eddy gets angry over being ignored, and decides that he'll have to pretend to be injured in order for people to notice him. 

Season 3: 2001-2002

Ed, Edd n Eddy's third season premiered on February 23, 2001 and ended on July 12, 2002 on Cartoon Network.

EP# Title Airdate
27 "Wish You Were Ed / Momma's Little Ed" February 23, 2001 (2001-02-23)

Wish You Were Ed: Rolf grows tired of the simple life in the cul-de-sac and longs for the Old Village. Edd explains that Rolf is homesick, pulled between two cultures. Hoping to take advantage of Rolf, Eddy decides to recreate Rolf's village and may even make a profit in doing it. However, this backfires when Jonny absent-mindedly wanders into the "village" (this was the debut of the show's popular song "That's my horse", with an extremely violent dance to go with it).

Momma's Little Ed: The Eds are hanging out at Edd's house. While Edd tends to his daily chores, directed by his parents' sticky notes, Ed and Eddy do the perfect imitation of Edd's parents, using Ed's strange ability to copy people's handwriting perfectly, telling him to do the most ridiculous things. Edd believes it and thinks his parents actually wrote it. 
28 "Once Upon an Ed / For Your Ed Only" May 25, 2001 (2001-05-25)

Once Upon an Ed: Jonny and Plank are ready for bed, but then find out that the Eds are somehow trapped in Jonny's wall. The Eds have three different stories to tell, none of which agree. Eddy's story: An exaggerated version of his dream life where he rules over all the kids in the cul-de-sac and owns a vault-like jawbreaker bank which holds every flavor of jawbreakers. Edd's story: The most believable version - a simple scam where Ed and Eddy are more insanely exaggerated to take people's money and Jimmy has no braces. Edd is more assertive, confronting Ed and Eddy over their behavior. Ed's story: A B movie like tale of Edd babbling like an idiot, Ed having superpowers, and the Kankers eating "over-radiated mashed potatoes" and growing into giantesses.

For Your Ed Only: A scam gone wrong lands the Eds in Sarah's bedroom, destroying the room. The Eds, trying to clean up the room before Sarah gets back, find her secret diary. Sarah searches for her diary, while Eddy makes the wrong decision of reading it. Sarah gets the other kids to help her look for her diary
29 "It Came from Outer Ed / 3 Squares and an Ed" September 19, 2001 (2001-09-19)

It Came from Outer Ed: Edd and Eddy come up with an idea to trick Ed. Eddy drags Ed from his room while he is reading his new comic, "Evil Tim." After this idea bombs, Ed thinks of an idea for a scam. They all follow Ed's scam, doing unusual things, until it turns out to be a summoning ceremony, to summon Evil Tim, which apparently fails, but does attract an uncanny amount of crows.

3 Squares and an Ed: Guardsmen Sarah and Jimmy inform Edd and Eddy that Ed has been grounded, and the Eds must stage a daring escape from the house without Sarah and Jimmy knowing. 
30 "Dueling Eds / Dim Lit Ed" November 23, 2001 (2001-11-23)

Dueling Eds: The Eds have a scam for Jonny, which is karate lessons. This scam fails when everyone's attention is directed to Rolf's house. Rolf is modeling his sea cucumber suit for everyone, and offering them some for eating. Eddy shames "the son of a shepherd" once he takes one of the sea cucumber balls, and tosses it at a hole in the fence. Eddy insists he didn't do anything, but Edd gives him a potted plant to give to Rolf for apology. This plant turns out to be the "potted shrub of ridicule" and Rolf and Eddy have a duel. Eddy loses spectacularly, and Ed has a hideous allergic reaction to the "eels of forgiveness". (Note: The title card is not shown on most airings of this episode.)

Dim Lit Ed: After an encounter with Jimmy, Jonny, Ed and Eddy, Edd has come to the conclusion that the whole cul-de-sac lacks good judgement. He gets everyone together, and encourages their education with a scavenger hunt. This fails when the kids realize that the prize is not a jawbreaker, which they at first came to believe. 
31 "Will Work for Ed / Ed, Ed and Away" January 4, 2002 (2002-01-04)

Will Work for Ed: The Eds stumble upon a 3 for 1 Jawbreaker sale, but have no money. Rolf is nailing papers to light posts as the Eds find him. He is looking for help, and Ed agrees to help hoping to earn some cash, but he keeps messing up and gets pay deductions from Rolf.

Ed, Ed and Away: The Eds set up "Crazy Ed's Custom Hot-Bikes". As Kevin passes by, Eddy makes fun of his poor excuse of a bike. Eddy then shows Kevin around and shows the best bike in his shop. After this fails, they find a loose red balloon, which Eddy becomes obsessed with popping. They then follow the balloon, so that they can pop it. 
32 "X Marks the Ed / From Here to Ed" January 25, 2002 (2002-01-25)

X Marks the Ed: Eddy discovers he has a huge pimple. Everyone in the cul-de-sac is obsessed with it, but Rolf comes up with a rather unusual and painful cure that also causes Eddy's head to shrink.

From Here to Ed: After a scam gone wrong, Eddy blames and declares war on Kevin, much to Edd's disgust. Kevin insists he was completely uninvolved in the scam's failure, and Eddy's repeated attempts to get back at him fail. 
33 "Boys Will Be Eds / Ed or Tails" February 15, 2002 (2002-02-15)

Boys Will Be Eds: As Nazz gives them a lecture for making fun of Jimmy, all the boys (except Rolf and Jimmy) develop a crush on Nazz, and follow her everywhere. They fight over pitching to her in baseball, and they try to win her affections to the extent that she runs away screaming. The Eds get a big surprise when they attempt to serenade Nazz under her window that night, but found that they had the wrong house.

Ed or Tails: Ed receives a package of two Slovak Brand jawbreakers he ordered. The fact that there aren't enough jawbreakers for all three Eds, starts an argument between the Eds, and Eddy is determined to get one. After witnessing a fired-up fight between them, which began with the loss of one of the jawbreakers, Rolf gets involved and tells them the only way to settle it is a battle of wits. Even after Eddy wins this battle, the other jawbreaker is lost as well. 
34 "Gimme, Gimme Never Ed / My Fair Ed" March 8, 2002 (2002-03-08)

Gimme, Gimme Never Ed: Jonny thinks that the Eds' surf school scam gone wrong is a ride and the Eds spend the whole day making rides for Plank. However, these rides fail to impress Plank, and the last one nearly kills the Eds.

My Fair Ed: After being threatened by the other kids, Edd tries, and succeeds (to an extent) to turn his friends into polite people, like he is. This backfires, when Ed and Eddy begin to go overboard with niceness. 
35 "Rock-a-Bye-Ed / O-Ed-Eleven" March 22, 2002 (2002-03-22)

Rock-a-Bye-Ed: Ed dreams that Jonny is his mother and that he has punished him. True to his comic-based exaggerated fantasies, the punishment is surreal and quite severe. As a result, Ed develops an insane fear of Jonny, causing him to run screaming from him.

O-Ed-Eleven: While going through his brother's old stuff, Eddy and his friends stumble upon a map to Eddy's brother's "secret stash" and decipher it, only to find it lies underneath the Kankers' trailer. 
36 "The Luck of the Ed / Ed... Pass It On..." June 21, 2002 (2002-06-21)

The Luck of the Ed: Eddy searches the area for his lost magazines that his brother gave him. As time flies, Eddy begins to believe there are traitors in the ranks of his friends, especially Edd, but also Kevin. This leads him to steal Edd's hat and Ed's eyebrow and hold them for ransom.

Ed... Pass It on...: After Eddy's restaurant scam fails, Eddy decides to start a rumor about his big brother coming home that eventually gets out of hand. 
37 "Brother, Can You Spare an Ed? / The Day the Ed Stood Still" June 28, 2002 (2002-06-28)

Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?: Sarah gives Ed her allowance to go and buy fudge, but Eddy makes Ed buy Jawbreakers for the three of them instead. Then the Eds spend the rest of the day trying to pay Sarah back.

The Day the Ed Stood Still: Edd and Eddy make Ed a monster suit, resembling the Xenomorph in Alien, to attract customers to their carnival. Upon donning the suit, Ed is convinced he's a monster, reenacting the movie Alien by pasting his friends to his basement wall with chewed-up Chunky Puffs. 
38 "If It Smells Like an Ed" July 5, 2002 (2002-07-05)
According to Jimmy and his chums, it is Friendship Day in the cul-de-sac and they've built a huge model heart in recognition of it (Kevin is appalled, but grins and bears it). Everyone is having a good time ... or at least they are until the Eds show up and are framed to have "ruined" Friendship Day. The Eds search for the person who framed them. 
39 "Don't Rain on My Ed / Once Bitten, Twice Ed" July 12, 2002 (2002-07-12)

Don't Rain on My Ed: It is "Customer Appreciation Day" at the Candy Store, a one in a million chance for the Eds to reach to the Candy Store for a free jawbreaker special that ends in 10 minutes, but their progress is hampered due to an endless series of obstacles.

Once Bitten, Twice Ed: Eddy keeps on using the same failed scam plot over and over with minor tweaks. The kids are repeatedly unimpressed, but Eddy does not give up. 

Season 4: 2002–2004

Ed, Edd n Eddy's fourth season premiered on September 27, 2002 and ended on November 5, 2004 on Cartoon Network.

EP# Title Airdate
40 "An Ed in the Bush / See No Ed" September 27, 2002 (2002-09-27)

An Ed in the Bush: Rolf readies The Urban Rangers for their hike into the nearby woods, but it's almost dark. Eddy attempts to scare The Urban Rangers to "prove they are big phonies."

See No Ed: The kids are in the lane when they learn from each other that they haven't seen the Eds all day. They look for them, but no luck. Kevin becomes paranoid and suspicious, and tries to convince everyone it is another nefarious plot by the Eds, but they do not listen. 
41 "Is There an Ed in the House? / An Ed is Born" November 1, 2002 (2002-11-01)

Is There an Ed in the House?: The Eds are taking a picture of Rolf when they find out that Sarah is sick. Ed and Jimmy both do what they can to take care of her and nurse her back to health, which starts a rivalry between them.

An Ed is Born: Eddy gets a large package from his brother, only to find it is addressed to "Pipsqueak" and full of baby things. Determined to show his big brother how he's grown up, he borrows Ed's camera and has his friends help make a home movie that not only is meant to make Eddy look matured, but to also make him appear as if he is the leader and most popular kid of the cul-de-sac. 
42 "One Size Fits Ed / Pain in the Ed" November 15, 2002 (2002-11-15)

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

Pain in the Ed: Ed is taking violin lessons, much to Eddy's disgust. Eddy spends the whole day trying to destroy Ed's violin because he finds it annoying, yet Edd tries to stop Eddy, between knowing that Sarah has assigned Jimmy to spy on the Eds in case Eddy did break the violin, so he can tell Sarah, and out of personal love for the instrument. 
43 "Ed Overboard / One of Those Eds" 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 Rolf and his Urban Rangers to save Ed from the Kankers.

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 "They Call Him Mr Ed / For the Ed, By the Ed" 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, wooden board Plank is praised as the "King of the Cul-de-sac". Eddy challenges Plank to an election, using his scheming ways to win to be the king. 
45 "Little Ed Blue / A Twist of Ed" November 17, 2003 (2003-11-17)

Little Ed Blue: Ed inexplicably becomes ill-tempered and psychotic, and his friends' struggle to cheer him up, but only end up annoying him even more.

A Twist of Ed: Edd comes up with the idea of using reverse psychology to ward off the Kankers, and works successfully, until it backfires on the Eds when the Kankers used "reverse reverse" psychology. 
46 "Your Ed Here / The Good Ol' Ed" 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". After humiliating Eddy to no end, Kevin reveals the name to everyone, and when Edd offers condolences by telling him his own middle name (Marion), Eddy then gets all the kids to laugh at him instead.

The Good Ol' Ed: "Ah, good times." The Eds make a timecapsule and find trinkets that remind them of scams both familiar and not-so-familiar: Edd's memory: A time machine scam where Jonny and Jimmy were "sent back in time" to the Triassic era. Eddy's memory: When Edd got a case of the hiccups that lasted two days. Ed's memory: When the Eds tried to make the world's largest pancake, which failed when the other kids mistook the grease on the cul-de-sac (the round area) for a skating rink, and the kids were accidentally cooked in the pancake batter (luckily for the Eds, all the kids survived). 
47 "Thick as an Ed / Sorry, Wrong Ed" January 30, 2004 (2004-01-30)

Thick as an Ed: Eddy's latest scheme involves hunting down frogs for his "Triple-E Frog Races", but a war ensues between Ed and Edd, over Ed's 57-day old lucky cheese-chunk named Sheldon. Edd cannot stand Sheldon's smell and constantly attempts to throw it away behind Ed's back.

Sorry, Wrong Ed: Rolf buries a phone that appears to be haunted; Eddy finds the phone to be stylish, so he takes it without Rolf knowing. As Eddy answers it, he is plagued by unfortunate mishaps throughout the day. 
48 "Robin Ed / A Case of Ed" February 6, 2004 (2004-02-06)

Robin Ed: The Eds once again scam the kids of the cul-de-sac for jawbreakers, but Edd thinks this time they've really gone too far. 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 Professor Scam and his henchmen, the Cents.

A Case of Ed: When Kevin has been grounded for the day, Ed and Eddy celebrate by taunting him with constant insults and annoyances, knowing he can't leave the house, infuriating him more and more. During Ed's and Eddy's fun hassling Kevin, Eddy also tricks Edd into believing he has "Lackadaisy-Cathro disease". This is only fueled by the others, causing Edd to believe he is dying. He then finds a "kick me" sign on his back (Eddy told him being kicked was a symptom), and gets angry at Ed and Eddy, which leads to him helping Kevin get revenge against the two afterward. 
49 "Run for Your Ed / Hand Me Down Ed" February 13, 2004 (2004-02-13)

Run for Your Ed: The Kankers go on the warpath to find a missing family heirloom, turning the cul-de-sac (and its denizens) upside-down. Unbeknown to the Eds, the ship-in-a-bottle that's stuck on Ed's finger is the very thing the Kankers are after.

Hand Me Down Ed: Strange things begin to happen as a mysterious boomerang flies into the cul-de-sac, reversing the kids' personalities. Its effects cause Jimmy to become a rough-and-tough muscle-man, Sarah to become disturbingly nice and touchy-feely, and Rolf (though the only person who is conscious of the change and remembers it) to become an opera singer. The Eds are after the rest to be affected by the boomerang's supernatural powers, as it causes Ed to become a genius, Edd to become a sweating nudist and Eddy to become the mother to one of his own scams. 
50 "Stiff Upper Ed / Here's Mud in Your Ed" February 20, 2004 (2004-02-20)

Stiff Upper Ed: When Sarah and Jimmy start a "Rich Club" in Ed's backyard, Eddy drops what he's doing and tries to prove he's got what it takes to be a member, although the pair don't want that at all and invites all of the kids, except the Eds.

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), Rolf and Jimmy team up to turn the tables on Eddy by pulling a con on him. 
51 "Stuck in Ed / Postcards from the Ed" February 27, 2004 (2004-02-27)

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's completely tapped for scam ideas. Eddy ends up turning to his old disciple, Jimmy, for an idea.

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. 
52 "Take This Ed and Shove It" November 5, 2004 (2004-11-05)
When Edd points out how the local kids are growing up (and growing way too old for Eddy's "Panda Eddy Show"), Eddy decides to make a quick buck by opening his own career counseling center and helping his neighbors find their dream jobs. This leads to disaster however, as the jawbreakers the Eds hold so dear are locked away from them inside a desk by new dentist Dr. Nazz. After a large trek to get home (all due to the jobs he gave to everyone), Eddy gets crushed by debris and wakes up in the far future to find he is an old man, along with all of the other kids, as well as Ed and Edd. Kevin rides an old person scooter instead of a bike, Jonny is nearly deaf and Plank has severely worn down, Rolf is partially blind and easily confused, Nazz forgets things a lot and Sarah and Jimmy are pretty much the same, but have picked up knitting. Eddy is confused at what is going on, and meets the children at old ages with white hair, cracked voices and wrinkles. Eddy still wants the desk opened, so he can get to the jawbreakers, but it seems the desk is too old to even withstand and becomes dust, making Eddy even more depressed. He eventually awakes, realizing that the whole thing was a dream. Relieved to be a kid, he celebrates his youth, until he almost eats a jawbreaker and, once again, wakes up: to realize that he had been dreaming about his childhood and really is old. (Note: This episode was the original series finale, until the show was later renewed.) 

Season 5: 2005-2007

Ed, Edd n Eddy's fifth season premiered on November 4, 2005 and ended on April 28, 2007 on Cartoon Network.

EP# Title Airdate
53 "Mission Ed-Possible / Every Which Way but Ed" November 4, 2005 (2005-11-04)

Mission Ed-Possible: Report card day is no fun for Ed and Eddy, because Edd is delivering their report cards to their parents. Ed and Eddy find out what's going on and attempt to stop him.

Every Which Way but Ed: Flashback episode that features alternate stories. The Eds try to make their way back to the place where all the flashbacks began. In this journey, many things are explained, including Plank's chip (Plank got stuck in Rolf's teeth) and why Jimmy wears a retainer (the Eds tricked him into eating a bowling pin when he thought it was a cream horn). 
54 "Boom Boom Out Goes the Ed / Cleanliness is Next to Edness" November 11, 2005 (2005-11-11)

Boom Boom Out Goes the Ed: The power goes out, and everyone's wondering what happened. Ed starts a panic when he blames the blackout on "mole mutants" (a parody of the C.H.U.D.s and The Mole People), and Eddy tries to cash in. Meanwhile, Rolf enlists Kevin in jump-starting the power grid, and Edd overcomes his fear of the unsanitary sewers to conduct his own investigation.

Cleanliness Is Next to Edness: Edd is about to take his morning shower, but blunders into the bathroom to find it is undergoing repair. He desperately tries to borrow a shower from one of his neighbors, but as he gets progressively dirtier in his quest to find a place to bathe, he eventually goes off the deep end, which means the more nobody would help him, the more dirtier he'd be. 
55 "Out with the Old, in with the Ed" November 18, 2005 (2005-11-18)
Eddy tries to convince the kids of the cul-de-sac (and himself) that it is still summer, even though it is actually the day before school starts. At school, the Eds find they've been assigned separate home rooms, and must negotiate with the Kankers if they want to spend the school year together. (Note: This was the first episode of season five produced.) 
56 "I Am Curious Ed / No Speak Da Ed" November 25, 2005 (2005-11-25)

I Am Curious Ed: Sarah and Jimmy discover Jimmy's fish have babies and try to learn where they come from, but when they ask the other kids about it, they keep getting different answers. They eventually turn to the Eds for help, but even they can't agree on the subject of human reproduction.

No Speak Da Ed: Ed receives a variety of wolf-themed gifts from his pen-pal, and ends up suffering the wrath of Rolf, who realizes the said pen-pal is actually his old prankster arch-nemesis, and ends up sending the Eds to Norway
57 "Cool Hand Ed / Too Smart for His Own Ed" March 31, 2006 (2006-03-31)

Cool Hand Ed: Eddy plans to break out of school, enlisting the help of Ed, Edd, Jonny and Plank.

Too Smart for His Own Ed: Edd is embarrassed to no end after losing to Ed in the annual spelling bee. All the other kids think he's lost his touch, and turn to Ed for help with their homework (even though Eddy insists they pay for the privilege). Meanwhile, Jonny seeks revenge on Nazz after she eliminated Plank from the Spelling Bee for not spelling a word clearly. 
58 "Who's Minding the Ed / Pick an Ed" June 28, 2006 (2006-06-28)

Who's Minding the Ed: When Rolf goes to his family reunion, he puts Ed in charge of his animals.

Pick an Ed: After Eddy reads "Eddy is a no neck chump" on the wall, he goes undercover as "Carl" to find out who wrote that. While he's with the kids, he is surprised that they actually treat him with respect. Eddy decides to ditch Ed and Edd and hang out with the other kids, but Edd is determined to get him back. 
59 "Truth or Ed / This Won't Hurt an Ed" July 3, 2006 (2006-07-03)

Truth or Ed: Eddy starts publishing a newspaper full of lies about the other kids, and sells them for cash.

This Won't Hurt an Ed: When Eddy discovers that Kevin has Trypanophobia, he takes advantage of his fear and tells the school that it's booster shot day. 
60 "Tinker Ed / The Good, the Bad and the Ed" August 14, 2006 (2006-08-14)

Tinker Ed: Jimmy doesen't believe in fairy tales anymore after a failed scam. Sarah tells the Eds to fix this before sundown (however, it was revealed to be a trap). Meanwhile, Rolf thinks that everyone is after his backpack stuffed with baloney.

The Good, the Bad and the Ed: Eddy tries to prove that the Urban Rangers are a bunch of phonies by challenging Rolf to the most difficult badge: The Hairy Chest of Resilience Badge. 
61 "Tight End Ed / 'Tween a Rock and an Ed Place" August 28, 2006 (2006-08-28)

Tight End Ed: Peach Creek's football team must play a game against Lemon Brook, their arch rivals, but the team is hopeless. Nazz thinks its due to low team spirit, so she decides to make Ed the mascot. During the game, Eddy becomes jealous that the audience is cheering for Ed, not the football team, so Eddy attempts to create a mascot of his own.

'Tween a Rock and an Ed Place: Jonny invites the Eds to his Arbor Day party. Eddy hopes that the party will have all the other kids there in attempt to boost his popularity, but his hopes are crushed when he discovers nobody else went. 
62 "All Eds are Off / Smile for the Ed" April 13, 2007 (2007-04-13)

All Eds are Off: The Eds, Kevin, Rolf and Jonny all make bets to who can put off their annoying habits the longest. Ed must stop having gravy, Edd must stop talking using complicated words (words with more than one syllable), Eddy must stop talking in a loud voice, Jonny must go on without Plank, Kevin must stop calling the Eds "dorks" and Rolf must stop eating meat. The winner will win $1.25 (and Eddy is determined to cheat his way toward that goal).

Smile for the Ed: Eddy can move into his big brother's room if he brings home a good picture for his mother. Kevin distracts Eddy when the picture is taken, resulting in an ugly picture. Kevin then decides to take advantage of this and shows Eddy's embarrassing picture to everyone in the school. 
63 "Run, Ed, Run / A Town Called Ed" April 20, 2007 (2007-04-20)

Run, Ed, Run: Due to an argument between Eddy and Sarah about bus seating, she tricks Ed into protecting his friends from the "falling sky". Edd and Eddy can't talk Ed out of it, but they make several attempts to catch the bus and get to the Jawbreaker factory.

A Town Called Ed: The Eds aren't allowed to go to Kevin's monster truck marathon party. They then discover a book stating that Eddy's ancestors founded Peach Creek, and Eddy attempts to use that history to lure the kids away from Kevin's party. 
64 "A Fistful of Ed" April 28, 2007 (2007-04-28)
Edd accidentally hurts Lee Kanker, making everyone believe he resorts to violence. He then makes mistakes during school hours which causes some of the kids to be hurt or injured. When all of the cul-de-sac (save for Eddy) is turned against Edd, it is up to Jimmy to restore his former reputation. 

Season 6: 2008

Ed, Edd n Eddy's sixth season was shortened because Danny Antonucci decided to make a TV movie. Besides the TV movie, there were two episodes that premiered on June 29, 2008.

EP# Title Airdate
65 "May I Have This Ed? / Look Before You Ed" June 29, 2008 (2008-06-29)

May I Have This Ed?: The Eds attend their first school dance. Edd isn't too excited about going, but naturally, Eddy is stoked.

Look Before You Ed: Edd and Jimmy make a safety club to make winter safer. 

Special episodes

Title Airdate
"Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Jingle Jingle Jangle" December 3, 2004 (2004-12-03)
The Season of giving has finally come to the cul-de-sac; though a mouse isn't stirring, Eddy is. While his parents are out, Eddy decides to take a peek at what he is going to get this holiday season, but they are all clothes, one of them being "A dickey? They still make these?". Elsewhere, Ed is waiting and preparing for Santa Claus's arrival, even going as far as setting his family's chimney in his own room. Edd, likewise in the Christmas spirit, visits Ed's house to deliver a poinsettia, despite Ed's horrible smell, but a visit from Eddy, still upset over his soon-to-be presents, worries the other two Eds (mostly Edd). However, a scam comes to mind, which is to be put up for adoption and to "cash-in" on his friends' presents. As Eddy travels around the cul-de-sac looking for freebies, Ed and Edd set out to confront Eddy and show him what Christmas is truly about. At the end is an Ed, Edd n Eddy version of Jesus Christ's birth with the Kankers (as the three wise men), Ed (as a shepherd), Edd (as an angel) and Eddy (as baby Jesus). The Kankers even brought gifts: mold (gold), franks and cents (frankincense) and fur (myrrh). 
"Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo" February 11, 2005 (2005-02-11)
Love is in the air, as Valentine's Day begins at school. Each Ed displays his thoughts on the holiday, via Eddy's kissing booth, Edd's Valentine's Day cards and Ed... well, trying to hide from girls. May Kanker tries to show Ed how she feels, but is crushed (physically and emotionally) when he runs off. This pains May into believing he doesn't like her. Edd feels pity for May, and offers her one of his cards. This proves to be a mistake, as it causes May to fall head over heels in love with Edd instead of Ed. And thanks to two cherubs who bear an uncanny resemblance to Sarah and Jimmy (and an unexpected burst of intellect from May), Edd finds he's falling for May as well. This causes a rise in tensions between the remaining two Eds and the remaining two Kankers. (Note: This is the first appearance of the school, which would later frequently appear in Season Five.) 
"Ed, Edd n Eddy's Boo Haw Haw" October 28, 2005 (2005-10-28)
It is Halloween night, and the Eds follow Eddy's brother's map to "Spook-E-Ville". Ed is dressed up as Lothar the Barbarian, Edd is dressed up as the bubonic plague, and Eddy is dressed up as a zombie version of Elvis Presley. Unfortunately, due to a combination of indigestion and too many horror movies, Ed's perceptions of reality are even more warped than normal (Edd did mention that watching the television for extended periods can induce a trance-like state, and re-wire a susceptible brain). To him, everybody, except the Eds, are hideous monsters: The Kankers are witches, Jimmy is a space alien, Nazz is a Gorgon or Medusa, Sarah is a vampiress, Rolf is a cyclops ogre, Wilfred the Pig is a demon, Jonny is a giant spider, Kevin is the Headless Horseman and Plank is FrankenPlank (based on Frankenstein). Naturally, "Lothar the Barbarian" tries to protect his friends, with disastrous results. As usual, Eddy's plan fails when the map ends up leading the Eds right back to the cul-de-sac. 
"The Eds are Coming, The Eds are Coming" May 11, 2007 (2007-05-11)
This episode was part of Cartoon Network Invaded. Jimmy dreams that an alien space ship invades the cul-de-sac and carries it away. After Jimmy wakes up, it appears that his dream is coming true when Jonny states to the kids that aliens have invaded the cul-de-sac and are at Rolf's house. No one but Jimmy believes him at first, but shortly after Jonny's announcement, a meteor/egg launches from Rolf's chimney and it hatches, leading everyone to believe the tale that Jonny has told them. It is up to the kids of the cul-de-sac to save their pal and drive the aliens away. 


Title Airdate
"Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Big Picture Show" November 8, 2009 (2009-11-08)
Eddy's most ambitious scam ever goes awry, leaving the cul-de-sac nearly destroyed and the neighborhood kids (save for Sarah and Jimmy) battered, bruised and furious. They angrily pursue the Eds as they flee the cul-de-sac. Amidst the chaos, the Eds search for the only person who can help them: Eddy's older brother. The Kankers join the chase when they learn that their "boyfriends" are in danger. After a long journey, Eddy's brother is finally found and turns out to be a mean, sadistic bully who gets a thrill out of picking on Eddy. The neighborhood kids and the Kankers are so appalled by his brother's behavior, that they gang up and defeat him. Eddy then admits to everyone that everything he said about his brother was a lie, so people could like him, and for the first time ever, he feels remorse for his actions and offers a tearful apology. The neighborhood kids are so touched by his apology, that they forgive the Eds for everything, but Jonny (as Captain Melonhead) comes from a bus and mistakingly attacks the Eds, but is then attacked by everyone else. The movie ends with the characters (save for Jonny) marching off, singing the "friendship" song while the Kankers drag Eddy's brother into his house. After the credits, Jonny abandons his Captain Melonhead persona and becomes The Gourd to take revenge on the cul-de-sac, furious that the Eds are now cool and that he has become the new "dork", but Plank tells him that there is no time left in the movie. 

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