Ed, Edd n Eddy (season 3)
|Ed, Edd n Eddy (season 3)|
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|Country of origin||Canada (production)|
United States (broadcast)
|No. of episodes||13|
|Original network||Cartoon Network|
|Original release||April 6, 2001 –|
July 12, 2002
The third season of the Canadian-American animated comedy television series Ed, Edd n Eddy, created by Danny Antonucci, originally aired on Cartoon Network from April 6, 2001, to July 12, 2002, and consists of 13 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.
Two additional seasons of Ed, Edd n Eddy were ordered by Cartoon Network during production of the second in 2000. While the voice cast remained mostly the same as in season two (Matt Hill, Samuel Vincent, and Tony Sampson as Ed, Edd, and Eddy respectively, 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), Jenn Forgie replaced Erin Fitzgerald as the voice of Nazz and May Kanker. In 2001, James Wootton was nominated for the Annie Award for an Outstanding Individual Achievement for Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production, for his work on the season premiere episode, "Wish You Were Ed."
The season is available for purchase on the iTunes Store, Google Play and Amazon.com, and can be streamed on Netflix. The episode "Don't Rain on My Ed" is part of the Cartoon Network: Halloween Volume 3 – Sweet Sweet Fear compilation DVD, which was released in region 1 on September 12, 2006. The season was written by Antonucci, Jono Howard, Mike Kubat, Geoff Berner, Marlowe Weisman, and John Mein (who only co-wrote "Dueling Eds").
The complete 3rd season DVD was released exclusive in Thailand.
Episodes[edit | edit source]
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboard by||Title Reference||Original air date |
|27||1||"Wish You Were Ed / Momma's Little Ed"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Marlowe Weisman, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||James "Wootie" Wootton / Leah Waldron||Wish You Were Here / Momma's Little Boy/Girl||April 6, 2001|
Wish You Were Ed: Rolf grows tired of the modern life in the cul-de-sac and longs for the Old Village, so Eddy creates a makeshift village to scam Rolf.Momma's Little Ed: Ed and Eddy create chores on forged sticky notes to prank Edd.
|28||2||"Once Upon an Ed / For Your Ed Only"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||Joel Dickie / Timothy Packford||Once Upon a Time / For Your Eyes Only||May 25, 2001|
Once Upon an Ed: Jonny and Plank are ready for bed, only to discover that the Eds are somehow trapped in Jonny's wall. The Eds have three different stories to tell, none of which agree.For Your Ed Only: After destroying Sarah's room, the Eds come across her diary and Eddy reads it while the kids look for it.
|29||3||"It Came from Outer Ed / 3 Squares and an Ed"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||"Big" Jim Miller / Joel Dickie||It Came from Outer Space / 3 Square Meals and a Bed||October 19, 2001|
It Came from Outer Ed: Ed recreates a scam from one of his comic books.3 Squares and an Ed: When Edd and Eddy discover that Ed has been grounded, they try to bail him out without Sarah and Jimmy knowing, but fail.
|30||4||"Dueling Eds / Dim Lit Ed"||Danny Antonucci||John Mein, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||Scott "Diggs" Underwood / Rob Boutilier & Vern Marcus||Dueling Banjos / Dim Lit Bulb||December 14, 2001|
Dueling Eds: After Eddy unintentionally offends Rolf, the latter challenges the former to a duel.Dim Lit Ed: Fed up with the cul-de-sac's low intelligence, Edd organizes a scavenger hunt, with the prize supposedly being a jawbreaker. Meanwhile, Ed and Eddy start an exotic pet scam. NOTE: This episode is dedicated to Shawn Wilfrid Godin.
|31||5||"Will Work for Ed / Ed, Ed and Away"||Danny Antonucci||Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci / Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||James "Wootie" Wootton / Leah Waldron||Will Work for Food / Up, Up and Away||January 4, 2002|
Will Work for Ed: The Eds are broke so they help Rolf on his farm in order to get money for jawbreakers.Ed, Ed and Away: The Eds try to catch a loose balloon, causing mayhem in the process.
|32||6||"X Marks the Ed / From Here to Ed"||Danny Antonucci||Marlowe Weisman, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||Joel Dickie / Leah Waldron||X Marks the Spot / From Here to There||January 25, 2002|
X Marks the Ed: Eddy gets a pimple and tries to hide it.From Here to Ed: After a scam goes wrong, Eddy blames and declares war on Kevin.
|33||7||"Boys Will Be Eds / Ed or Tails"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||Scott "Diggs" Underwood & Timothy Packford / James "Wootie" Wootton||Boys Will Be Boys / Head or Tails||February 15, 2002|
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 try to woo her.Ed or Tails: Ed receives a package of two Slovak Brand jawbreakers he ordered. Since there aren't enough for the three of them, they try to solve the problem so they can all enjoy the jawbreakers.
|34||8||"Gimme, Gimme Never Ed / My Fair Ed"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||Joel Dickie / Scott "Diggs" Underwood & Timothy Packford||Gimme, Gimme Never Gets / My Fair Lady||March 8, 2002|
Gimme, Gimme Never Ed: Jonny thinks that the Eds' surf school scam gone wrong is a ride so the Eds make thrilling rides for Plank.My Fair Ed: After being threatened by the other kids, Edd turns Ed and Eddy into polite people like him. This backfires when they both go overboard with niceness.
|35||9||"Rock-a-Bye-Ed / O-Ed-Eleven"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci||"Big" Jim Miller||Rock-a-Bye Baby / Ocean's Eleven||March 22, 2002|
Rock-a-Bye-Ed: Ed dreams that Jonny is his mother who punishes him. As a result, Ed develops an irrational fear of Jonny.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||10||"The Luck of the Ed / Ed... Pass It On..."||Danny Antonucci||Geoff Berner & Danny Antonucci / Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci||Leah Waldron & D. Brad Gibson / Joel Dickie||The Luck of the Irish / (Blank)... Pass It On...||June 21, 2002|
The Luck of the Ed: Eddy makes Ed hide his secret magazines from his mother. Ed loses them so they try looking for them, with Eddy seeing Ed and Edd as suspects.Ed... Pass It on...: After Eddy's restaurant scam fails, Eddy decides to start a rumor about his older brother coming home that eventually gets out of hand.
|37||11||"Brother, Can You Spare an Ed? / The Day the Ed Stood Still"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Mike Kubat & Danny Antonucci||Timothy Packford & Kent Webb / Todd Demong & Werner Marcus||Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? / The Day the Earth Stood Still||June 28, 2002|
Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?: Sarah gives Ed her allowance to go and buy fudge, but Eddy pressures Ed into buying jawbreakers for the three of them instead. To pay Sarah back, the Eds conduct a scam involving a piñata and a wedgie.The Day the Ed Stood Still: When Edd and Eddy dress Ed as a monster, he is convinced he's an actual monster, wreaking havoc and terrorizing everyone in sight.
|38||12||"An Ed in the Bush / See No Ed"||Danny Antonucci||Mike Kubat, Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci||"Big" Jim Miller / Scott "Diggs" Underwood & Timothy Packford||A Snake in the Bush / See No Evil||July 5, 2002|
An Ed in the Bush: Rolf and The Urban Rangers set off to camp in the nearby woods, where Eddy seeks to scare them in an effort to damage their reputation.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.
|39||13||"Is There an Ed in the House? / An Ed is Born"||Danny Antonucci||Jono Howard & Danny Antonucci / Geoff Berner & Danny Antonucci||Leah Waldron / James "Wootie" Wootton||Is There a Doctor in the House? / A Star is Born||July 12, 2002|
Is There an Ed in the House?: The Eds are "taking a picture" of Rolf in their latest scam 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: After Eddy receive baby items from his brother in the mail, he and the other Eds make a home movie to show how mature and popular he is.
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