Know It All Ed/Dear Ed
Know It All Ed: The Eds find a box of turkey basters in the junkyard. Eddy sells them to the neighborhood kids as Imported Canadian Squirt Guns. The cul-de-sac soon turns into the Wild West./Dear Ed: When the Eds find out Jonny 2x4 and Plank had a falling out, they form a matchmaking service. They try to set Jonny up with a litany of household objects but the dates are disasters.
Knock, Knock, Who's Ed?/One Plus One Equals Ed
Knock, Knock, Who's Ed?: Sarah locks the Eds out of the house just as a Cyclops movie marathon is about to start. When their attempts to get back inside fail, they try to get into the other kids' houses to watch the show./One Plus One Equals Ed: Edd tells Eddy and Ed that if you want to understand something, you have to take it apart. The guys start taking apart everything in the cul-de-sac and before too long, even reality isn't safe.
Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Ed/Ready, Set…Ed
Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Ed: Eddy decides to play a joke on Ed's overactive imagination and convinces him that Edd is really a creature from another world./Ready, Set…Ed: Irritated by Kevin's claims he's setting world records, Eddy thinks he and his pals can do better. The Eds attempt to beat Kevin at his own game.
Hands Across Ed/Floss Yer Ed
Hands Across Ed: After watching Ed perform an impromptu song-and-dance routine, Eddy decides to put on a show. The Eds announce a neighborhood telethon to raise money for Ed's eyebrow operation./Floss Yer Ed: Ed has a loose tooth. Edd and Eddy make various attempts to pull it out but it proves surprisingly resilient. Eddy invites the neighborhood kids to join in, promising to share his Tooth Fairy money.
In Like Ed/Who Let the Ed In?
In Like Ed: Eddy is convinced Kevin must be a spy, so the Eds set up an agency to track Kevin's movements. Eddy vows to foil Kevin's sinister plan, if they could only figure out what it is./Who Let the Ed In?: Lost in one of his moments, Ed introduces Eddy and Edd to his imaginary friend Jib. At first, Edd and Eddy humor him, but before too long, Jib's whims and whines are running the show.
Homecooked Eds/Rambling Ed
Homecooked Eds: Eddy finds the Kanker sisters' trailer parked on his lawn for their family vacation. The girls invade Ed, Edd and Eddy's lives, and Eddy resolves to find the Kankers a new holiday spot./Rambling Ed: Worn out by his sister Sarah's demanding ways Ed to packs his room into a pair of suitcases and moves out. Eddy and Edd help Ed scour the neighborhood for a new place to live.
Key to My Ed/To Sir with Ed
Key to My Ed: Ed finds a key in the street, and Eddy is determined to find out what it opens. But when nothing unlocks, Eddy decides to hold the key for ransom, certain that the owner is desperate to get it back./To Sir with Ed: Eddy's parents are out for dinner and hired Nazz to baby-sit. Nazz's adolescent girl behavior baffles and frightens the Eds: They think she's there for a date with Eddy.
Urban Ed/Stop, Look, Ed
Urban Ed: Eddy thinks the pace of life in the cul-de-sac is too slow so he schemes to turn the neighborhood into a bustling cityscape./Stop, Look Ed: Everywhere the Eds look, there's a sign saying they can't do something. Eddy convinces Ed and Edd that those rules don't apply to them. Chaos reigns as everyone does the things they always wanted to.
Honor Thy Ed/Scrambled Ed
Honor Thy Ed: Ed, Edd and Eddy wander into an abandoned house and discover the Kanker sisters have set it up for a triple wedding ceremony. It becomes a house of horror as the Eds try to escape their brides./Scrambled Ed: Eddy has come up with a great scam. Too bad Edd's seriously sleep deprived. Eddy and Ed put Edd to work but Edd can't think straight so his plans grow increasingly bizarre.
Rent-A-Ed: Eddy and Edd form a repair company using Ed as their multi-purpose tool. The Eds go into kids' homes to repair broken things. Unfortunately, Ed breaks everything he touches./Shoo Ed: Jonny 2x4 irritates Kevin by hanging around him all the time. When Kevin asks the Eds to get rid of him, Eddy realizes they could run a lucrative Jonny pest control business.
Ed in a Halfshell/Mirror, Mirror, on the Ed
Ed in a Halfshell: Leaving for her ballet class, Sarah puts Ed in charge of Jimmy. When the guys attempt to play with Jimmy, Eddy decides to show him what it's like to be a grown-up./Mirror, Mirror, on the Ed: The Eds join the neighborhood kids in a game of Truth or Dare. They dare one another to switch personalities and imitate one another. By the end of the day, no one can remember who's who.
Hot Buttered Ed/High Heeled Ed
Hot Buttered Ed: Ed, Edd and Eddy wake up early so they can be the first ones at the swimming hole. When they arrive, they find all the good spots are taken. Eddy resolves to scam his way to a better spot./High Heeled Eds: Ed, Edd and Eddy discover all the boys in the neighborhood are away at the go-cart races. All that's left is girls and Jimmy. Eddy must adapt his scams to feminine desires.
Fa-La-La-La-Ed: Ed becomes convinced Santa Claus is watching his every move so he avoids doing anything that could be interpreted as naughty. Meanwhile, Edd refuses to stand under Ed's mistletoe./Cry Ed: Eddy is desperate for attention. When he sees some neighborhood kids rescue Jimmy from trouble, Eddy decides to have some accidents of his own. Soon Eddy and Jimmy are an accident duel.
Wish You Were Ed/Momma's Little Ed
Wish You Were Ed: With Rolf pining for the old country, Ed, Edd and Eddy develop a scam to take him there. After creating a replica of Rolf's village, the Eds soon find themselves getting a lesson in his culture./Momma's Little Ed: Edd won't go outside to play until he's finished his chores so Eddy and Ed play a practical joke on Edd by putting up fake sticky notes from his parents with increasingly bizarre tasks to complete.
Once Upon an Ed/For Your Ed Only
Once Upon an Ed: After they get stuck in Jonny's bedroom wall, Ed, Edd and Eddy each tell their version of how they ended up there./For Your Ed Only: A scam gone wrong ends with the Eds crash-landing in Sarah's bedroom, where they get a hold of her secret diary.
It Came from Outer Ed/3 Squares and an Ed
It Came from Outer Ed: Ed wants to do his own scam based on a comic book he's reading but it turns into a day of horror for Edd and Eddy./3 Squares and an Ed: Ed has been grounded by his parents and can't leave his bedroom unless Edd and Eddy can find a way to bust him out.
Dueling Eds/Dim Lit Ed
Dueliing Eds: When Eddy accidentally offends Rolf, Rolf challenges him to a duel./Dim Lit Ed: Edd is frustrated because all of the neighborhood kids are acting dumb, so he resolves to smarten them up.
Will Work for Ed/Ed, Ed and Away
Will Work for Ed: When Rolf searches for hired help, Eddy tries to convince him that Ed is the man for the job./Ed, Ed and Away: Ed, Edd and Eddy spot a drifting balloon and become obsessed with catching it.
X Marks the Ed/From Here to Ed
X Marks the Ed: Eddy gets a zit on his face and refuses to be seen. No matter what he does, everyone is drawn to the blemish./From Here to Ed: After a particularly ugly incident, Eddy declares war on Kevin.
Ed or Tails/Boys Will Be Eds
Ed or Tails: Ed shows up with a package containing two Jawbreakers. But two Jawbreakers plus three boys equals one big fight./Boys Will Be Eds: All of the neighborhood boys are trying to impress Nazz with the battle soon escalating into a war for her attention.
Gimme Gimme Never Ed/My Fair Ed
Gimme Gimme Never Ed: Eddy discovers Plank will pay for thrill rides but the Eds' attempts to satisfy Plank lead to real danger./My Fair Ed: After the neighborhood kids complain about their obnoxious behavior, Edd tries to turn Eddy and Ed into gentlemen.
Rock-A-Bye Ed/O-Ed Eleven
Rock-A-Bye Ed: After Ed has a nightmare about Jonny 2x4, he becomes terrified of him and relies on Edd and Eddy to help calm his nerves./O-Ed Eleven: Ed, Edd and Eddy find a hidden treasure map that leads them into the Kanker sisters' trailer park.
The Luck of the Ed/Ed...Pass It On…
The Luck of the Ed: Eddy asks Ed to hide his Frisky magazines for him but Ed forgets where he put them./Ed...Pass It On…: To gain some respect in the neighborhood, Eddy starts a rumor that his older brother is coming home.
Brother, Can You Spare an Ed/The Day the Ed Stood Still
Brother Can You Spare an Ed: Sarah sends Ed to the candy store with money for fudge, but he spends the cash on Jawbreakers instead./The Day the Ed Stood Still: Eddy and Edd make a monster suit for Ed. But as soon as Ed puts it on, he thinks he's a real monster and starts terrorizing the neighborhood.
If It Smells Like an Ed
Someone in the cul-de-sac is framing Ed, Edd and Eddy, and now they must find a way to clear their names.
Don't Rain on My Ed/Once Bitten, Twice Ed
Don't Rain on My Ed: The candy store is giving away free Jawbreakers, but on their way there, the Eds find their path blocked by an endless series of obstacles./Once Bitten, Twice Ed: The neighborhood kids are driven to distraction when Eddy keeps recycling the same scam over and over again.
An Ed in the Bush/See No Ed
An Ed in the Bush: The Urban Rangers go for a camp-out in the woods, where Ed, Edd and Eddy resolve to give them a good scare./See No Ed: Ed, Edd and Eddy are nowhere to be seen. Kevin investigates, convinced it's all just a devious Ed plot.
Is There an Ed in the House/An Ed Is Born
Is There an Ed in the House: Sarah is sick in bed. Ed insists on staying home to take care of her, which drives Eddy crazy./An Ed Is Born: Ed, Edd and Eddy decide to film a video for Eddy's brother to show him how cool they are.
One Size Fits Ed/Pain in the Ed
One Size Fits Ed: Eddy thinks he'll make big bucks by fattening Jimmy up and shipping him to Japan to be a sumo wrestler./Pain in the Ed: When Ed is forced to take up violin, Eddy spends the whole day trying to destroy the grating instrument.
Ed Overboard/One of Those Eds
Ed Overboard: Eddy and Edd must turn to the Urban Rangers for help after the Kanker sisters kidnap Ed./One of Those Eds: Everyone in the neighborhood competes to be the first to remove a quarter that's stuck to the sidewalk.
They Call Him Mr. Ed/For the Ed, by the Ed
They Call Him Mr. Ed: Ed, Edd and Eddy spend the day attempting to move up in the world./For the Ed, by the Ed: When Jimmy nominates Plank to be King of the Cul-de-sac, Eddy decides to run an election campaign against him.
Little Ed Blue/A Twist of Ed
Little Ed Blue: Eddy and Ed are driven to their breaking points when Ed inexplicably becomes bitter and difficult./A Twist of Ed: Edd convinces Ed and Eddy that they can turn off the Kanker sisters for good if they pursue them romantically.
Your Ed Here/The Good Ol' Ed
Your Ed Here: Eddy is horrified when Kevin finds out that Eddy's middle name is Skipper./The Good Ol' Ed: Ed, Edd and Eddy reminisce about past exploits when Edd asks them to contribute to his new time capsule.
Thick as an Ed/Sorry, Wrong Ed
Thick as an Ed: Eddy is caught in the middle when Edd and Ed fight over Ed's stinky jacket./Sorry, Wrong Ed: Ed, Edd and Eddy run afoul of Rolf's cursed phone.
Robbin' Ed/A Case of Ed
Robbin' Ed: Eddy vows revenge when a masked stranger makes off with the proceeds of his latest scam./A Case of Ed: After reading a medical textbook, Edd becomes convinced he has symptoms of a terminal disease.
Run for Your Ed/Hand Me Down Ed
Run for Your Ed: The Kanker Sisters are combing the cul-de-sac for a missing heirloom when Edd and Eddy discover that it's stuck on Ed's finger./Hand Me Down Ed: A mysterious neighborhood toy is passed from one person to another and changes everyone who touches it.
Stiff Upper Ed/Heres Mud in Your Ed
Stiff Upper Ed: Eddy is unhappy about his height so Edd and Ed attempt to make him taller. Eventually, Edd makes him a pair of hydraulic platform shoes that work great until the Kankers get hold of the controls./Heres Mud in Your Ed: Rolf and Jimmy trick Eddy into buying seeds that grow into a money tree.
Stuck in Ed/Postcards from the Ed
Stuck in Ed: Eddy has a bad case of scam block and is forced to go to Jimmy for help./Postcards from the Ed: When Plank's parents come to town, Ed irritates Eddy by offering to show them around the cul-de-sac.
Take This Ed and Shove It
After Eddy opens up a career counseling center, he imagines what life would be like when he and his pals are old.
Mission Ed Possible/Every Which Way but Ed
Mission Ed Possible: After school, Edd sets out to deliver Eddy and Ed's abysmal report cards to their parents. To Eddy and Ed, this means war./Every Which Way but Ed: The Eds get lost in a series of escalating flashbacks and find themselves unable to return home.
Boom Boom Out Goes the Ed/Cleanliness Is Next to Edness
Boom Boom Out Goes the Ed: Panic and fear run rampant when Ed, Edd, and Eddy's quiet cul-de-sac is plunged into darkness by a power outage./Cleanliness Is Next to Edness: Edd is forced on a desperate journey of personal hygiene, when his parents renovate their bathroom.
Out With The Old...In With The Ed
Ed, Edd, and Eddy endure the ultimate injustice: the final day of Summer Vacation and the first day of school.
I Am Curious Ed/No Speak Da Ed
I Am Curious Ed: Jimmy and Sarah embark on a journey through the cul-de-sac in search of an answer to the age-old question of where babies come from?/No Speak Da Ed: It's pen pal day at Peach Creek Junior High and Ed's correspondence with his pen pal is making Rolf mysteriously angry.
Cool Hand Ed/Too Smart for His Own Ed
Cool Hand Ed: Eddy decides he's had enough of the daily drudgery of school and hatches a plan to bust out./Too Smart for His Own Good: Edd becomes the school pariah when he loses to Ed in the annual school spelling bee.
Who's Minding the Ed/Pick an Ed
Who's Minding the Ed: Ed ropes Edd and Eddy into taking care of Rolf's animals while Rolf attends a family reunion./Pick an Ed: Suspicious that the other kids are badmouthing him, Eddy goes undercover as new kid Carl from Ecuador.
Truth or Ed/This Won't Hurt an Ed
Truth or Ed: Under the school paper pseudonym Bobby Blabby, Eddy fabricates all manner of juicy gossip about the kids for cash!/This Won't Hurt an Ed: When Eddy finds out Kevin has a crippling phobia of needles, he decides it's time he takes the school superstar down a peg or two.
Tinker Ed/The Good, the Bad and the Ed
Tinker Ed: When the Eds shatter Jimmy's love for unicorns, pixies and all things enchanting, Sarah demands they make things right or else./The Good, the Bad and the Ed: Eddy challenges Urban Ranger Rolf to go head to head for the hardest badge there is: the Hairy Chest of Resilience badge!
Tight End Ed/'Tween a Rock and an Ed Place
Tight End Ed: School spirit is at an all-time low, so cheerleader Nazz decides it's time to bring the legendary Peach Creek Cobbler mascot out of retirement./ 'Tween a Rock and an Ed Place: To Eddy's disappointment, Plank's groovy Arbor Day bash isn't the rip-roaring schmooze fest he hoped it would be.
All Eds Are Off/Smile for the Ed
All Eds Are Off: Fed up with one another's annoying habits, the Eds make a bet who can give them up the longest./Smile for the Ed: Eddy's determined to get a great school photo for his mom but due to an ill-timed cry of dork, this doesn't go as planned.
Run Ed Run/A Town Called Ed
Run Ed Run: Jimmy and Sarah prank Ed into believing the sky is falling, putting Edd and Eddy's trip to the jawbreaker factory in jeopardy!/A Town Called Ed: Eddy learns he's descended from the founding family of Peach Creek and sets out to earn the respect, and back rent, he so richly deserves.
A Fistful of Ed
Peacemaker Edd unwittingly becomes the school tough kid after a scuffle with infamous Lee Kanker.
The Eds Are Coming
Ravenous aliens have descended on Rolf's house, and the kids of the cul-de-sac must band together to defeat the invading scourge.
May I Have This Ed/Look Before You Ed
May I Have This Ed: The Eds make fools of themselves when they use one of Eddy's Brother's leftover cool manuals to spiff themselves up for the school dance./Look Before You Ed: Eddy gets annoyed when Edd's Wintertime Safety Club takes the fun out of everything snowy.