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The Eds Edit

Ed Edit

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 A lovable, astoundingly strong doofus who serves as the muscle of the Eds. Ed has a number of odd obsessions, including sci-fi and horror movies and comics, chickens, buttered toast, and gravy. An overdose of b-movies and comic books has apparently loosened his grip on reality, making him both spacey and easily-swayed. Voiced by Matt Hill.

 Eddy: You're supposed to let it melt in your mouth, Ed, not swallow it.

Ed: (clutching at his belly) Aww, it is kicking, the little whatchamacallit.

    • Also in "Flea Bitten Ed", when Ed swells up due to an allergy to Rolf's rabbits.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Don't let Ed get a rock in his shoe.
    • Don't EVER mess with his friends. He doesn't even care if it's Eddy's Brother who's harassing them. He WILL kick their ass.
    • Also, don't try to interrupt him once he's started watching an eight-hour monster movie marathon. Not quite as bad as the above buttons, but still qualifies.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Despite her constant abuse of him, Ed loves Sarah and is pretty protective of her.
  • Big Eater: If he gets the munchies while he's sleepwalking, the cul-de-sac goes hungry; that's not the half of it. His friends imply that's mild for him.
  • The Big Guy
  • Big Ol' Unibrow: He can't make funny faces without that!
    • At one point, he's standing on his head and actually moves across the ground using it.
  • B-Movie: Ed is on a strict diet of these, comic books, buttered toast and gravy.
  • Catch Phrase: "Buttered Toast!"/"Gravy!"/Some version of "I love chickens!"
  • Characterization Marches On: Ed was initially more absentminded and even smart, compared to how infantile and idiotic he is later. His early appearances also lacked his Reality Warping and Super Strength abilities.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Eventually degrades into The Ditz before eventually coming back to this.
  • Collector of the Strange:
    • He collects sponges and stashes them in the walls of his room.
    • He has a strange assortment of whole fried chickens. And the gravy. And the seagulls he kept under his bed.
    • He also has an ungodly amount of horrendously rotten things. Like a lunch that's been sitting around for a year or a chunk of cheese that sat in his pocket for several weeks and was so revolting that it literally killed a fly.
  • Constantly Curious
  • Covert Pervert: Is partly the reason for the Ho Yay.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Go ahead, piss him off (which is no mean feat outside his known Berserk Buttons). You. Will. Regret. It.
  • The Ditz: At his worst. Though by the series finale he seemed to go back to atleast his Season 1 intelligence.
    • Genius Ditz: He's got an encyclopedic knowledge of B horror and sci-fi movies, and he can play the flute like a pro. Plus a few of the things he says are sort of profound, if you think about them long enough.
    • Plus, he's the one who defeated Eddy's Brother via steel door.
  • Dreadful Musician: Ed doesn't play the violin very well. Which is to say that bark peels off of trees, and bikes crumple. On the other hand, he has shown that he's pretty damn good at playing the flute. How good? He can make animals follow him in a single-file line (a la the Pied Piper) by playing it.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: On occasion.
  • Dumb Muscle: He's the undisputed strongest kid in the cul-de-sac, as he's the only one who has carried an entire house without breaking a sweat. In comparison, Rolf has to put forth a mighty effort to uproot a full-grown tree.
  • Dungeon Bypass: In "They Call Him Mister Ed", Edd does a mouse-in-a-maze experiment, with the cheese replaced with Chunky Puffs, Ed just breaks through all the cardboard walls. "That isn't how you go through a maze!" (even though, technically, it is)
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: Horace.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Ed will eat anything. Anything. To date, he's eaten a camera, his mattress, a TV, Eddy, dirt, a key, a log, a soup bowl, a cereal box, a large snail, two teeth, some gutter gunk, Jimmy, a cactus, crayons, a sandal, a lava lamp, and even a kitchen sink. He also chewed up and spat out the playground slide. There's probably more, so add them if you know any.
  • Feel No Pain: See Made Of Iron below; in fact, he may be too stupid to feel pain.
  • Fish Eyes
  • Flowers for Algernon Syndrome: In the episode with the magic boomerang that causes anyone that holds it to completely change their personality, Ed becomes incredibly smart whenever holding it and then reverts to his usual dumb self when he lets go.
  • Fun Personified
  • Gentle Giant: Ed is one of the biggest characters on the show and one of the nicest to others as well.
  • Girls Have Cooties: "Yucky, squishy, MUSHY GIRLS, Double D!"
  • Kindhearted Simpleton
  • The Kirk
  • Losing Your Head: Eddy pulls off Ed's head in "I Am Curious-Ed". Ed then finds it and puts it back on his body...backwards.
  • Made of Iron: He takes more damage than anyone else, and survives it as well.

 Edd: It's all fun and games until Ed loses consciousness, Eddy. (This after Ed smashed through a brick wall in 3 hits.)

  • Medium Awareness: On occasion.
  • The Millstone
  • Nightmare Fetishist
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Ed, with his oft-mentioned fondness for groady comics and sci-fi horror movies.
  • Noble Male, Roguish Male: The noble to Eddy's roguish.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: He may be a gullible Cloudcuckoolander, but he is not stupid.
  • Perpetual Smiler
  • The Pig Pen
  • Rampage From a Nail: Ed goes on a rampage that genuinely scares the entire cast because he has a rock in his shoe.
  • Reality Warper: Possibly due to his strict diet of B-Movies, Ed is even more loosely attached to reality than everything else.
    • When he needs to hear something that Edd just said, Double D suddenly has a rewind button under that hat.
    • When there is a balloon to be grabbed, Eddy's pocket chain turns him into a great helicopter.
    • When Double D needs explanation to the stork theory, Ed can fly in order to demonstrate the act. And when things need to go up, Ed can make an elevator that goes to the moon out of junk that should never be used in an elevator. Note that he somehow duplicated himself to carry an I-beam into the elevator, which shouldn't have been able to fit it.
    • The upper exit of said elevator is a microwave.
    • Not to mention his Constantly Curious line of questioning literally warped time and space itself.
  • Redhead in Green
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Manly Man to Double D's Sensitive Guy. (One of two)
  • Shipper on Deck: Implied to be this for Edd/Eddy.
  • Super-Powered Evil Side: When Ed's imagination caused him to take the mantle of Edzilla, he terrorized the cul-de-sac, managing to destroy the local treehouse and the local playground, and sticking everybody save Eddy and Double D to the wall of his basement with chewed-up Chunky Puffs.
  • Too Much Information: Gives some from time to time.

 Ed: I know my sensitive side! It has a rash.

  • Trademark Favorite Food: Buttered toast and gravy are his two main favorites, though like his two pals Edd and Eddy, he also enjoys jawbreakers.
  • Trash of the Titans: Ed's room is pretty much uninhabitable by human life, with such horrors such as a bathtub full of gravy, a lounge chair full of chicken, and a bed containing fungus, years-old food, live snakes and seagulls, and lord knows what else.

 Edd: (upon discovering said seagulls) Ed! How can you live this way!?

 Eddy: ...Nice toy.

Edd / Double D Edit

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 The smartest kid in the neighborhood, and the brains of the Eds. Neat and morally upright to the point of annoyance, Edd (AKA "Double D") is the oft-unheeded voice of reason in Eddy's schemes. Wears a stocking cap that he is never seen without (onscreen, at least). Voiced by Samuel Vincent.

  • Adorkable: The one dork who achieves it.
  • Ambiguously Bi: While he does have a crush on Nazz like most of the male cast, he does have the hints of going both ways (his only complaint of Ed trying to kiss him under the mistletoe was someone might be watching for starters).
  • Anti-Hero: Type II.
  • Awesomeness By Analysis
  • Bamboo Technology: His scrap-made inventions. He makes whole cities and theme parks out of cardboard - and they may or may not work.
    • He once managed to make a motorized go-kart out of stuff lying in an alley.
    • Then, he made a working plane out of common stuff found in a school. It makes you wonder why he doesn't try out for the KND.
      • Especially since it's pretty much confirmed that the two shows take place in the same universe.
    • His best work would be the Thigamajig from Season 4. It's the mechanical equivalent to a genie's lamp with unlimited wishes. And it's still made partly out of cardboard.
    • In Fusion Fall, he constructs working cardboard ramparts to keep out the Fusion monsters.
  • Beleaguered Assistant
  • Berserk Button:
    • Edd owns 5,239 ants, and don't you dare mess with them.
    • Also don't fake your own death. It's only going to end in tears.
    • And don't sneeze on him either.
  • Break the Cutie: In "A Fistful of Ed", "Cleanliness Is Close To Edliness" and The Movie.
  • Bookworm: He likes to read books.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • "It's all fun and games until someone XXXX". Said whenever a scheme goes wrong -- which is to say, often.
    • Also when he does something, he says said activity three times from time to time.
  • Characterization Marches On: He is much more relaxed and willing to go along with Eddy's schemes in early episodes, compared to how he is always second-guessing Eddy's schemes and spazzing out at the first sign of trouble in his later appearances.
  • The Chick
  • Chick Magnet: It's not really evident, but Double D inexplicably has had the most girls crushing on him in the length of the show (Marie, Sarah, May in the Valentine's Day Special) compared to everyone else. Also, it has been speculated that he is the only person that Nazz might like besides Kevin (or Eddy if you count the scene where she attempted to kissed him in the Christmas Special).
  • Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: Well, he tries, anyway.
  • Collector of the Strange: Has a collection of skulls and bugs.
  • Crack Pairing: In-Universe with May.
  • Cursed with Awesome: He's an excellent pedal steel guitar player, but he detests the instrument, which makes you wonder how he got so good.
    • His parents probably got him lessons taught by a good tutor if Edd can play it with his feet while reading.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He has a few moments of this.
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: "Marion", according to "Your Ed Here".
  • Fetish Fuel Station Attendant: You'd be surprised.
  • Gadgeteer Genius
  • The Messiah
  • Morality Chain: He frequently acts as the Kyle to Eddy's Cartman.
  • Mr. Fixit
  • My God, What Have I Done?:
    • When he creates "Edzilla" in "The Day The Ed Stood Still".
    • Says this almost word for word in The Movie After he tries to write to his parents that he's leaving due to a scam that has Gone Horribly Wrong.
  • Neat Freak: To the point that in one episode that took place in autumn, he organizes the leaves by color as they fell.
    • And also:

 Edd: Must... fold... socks! *folds socks*

Eddy Edit

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 The self-styled leader of the Eds, whose height seems to be inversely proportional to his ego. Pursues his schemes with a determination that borders on stubbornness, and which would be admirable if he wasn't such a penny-pinching weasel most of the time. Voiced by Tony Sampson.

 Edd: I didn't even know they had magazines like these.

 Eddy: Your wooden money's no good here, Pecos Kev!

 Eddy: That's it! Run! Hide! But I hope you're a light sleeper, 'cause I'll be all over you like a bad itch! It's war, I tell you!

  • Tongue-Tied: Eddy is literally this when he's around Nazz.

 Kevin: What's the matter, dork? Can't talk to girls?


The Other Kids Edit

Sarah Edit

 Ed's bossy kid sister, who seems inspired by Angelica Pickles. She frequently cows her older brother into doing her bidding through either blackmail ("I'm telling Mom!"), emotional manipulation, or threats of violence. Seems to have a bit of a crush on Edd.

Jimmy Edit

 Sarah's best friend, an effeminate young man with a retainer, a habit of frequently getting injured, artistic leanings, and a substantial collection of stuffed animals. In later seasons he develops something of a barely suppressed mean streak.

  • Ambiguously Gay: He bakes soufflés, has taught a tai chi class, Shares an interest in fashion with Sarah and Nazz, and chose a day with Sarah and Nazz over go-karting.
    • Although, it looks like he likes Sarah, as he got very, very angry when she developed an infatuation with Double D.
    • In his dream in "The Eds Are Coming", Kevin was SHIRTLESS.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Caused by Break the Cutie.
  • Braces of Orthodontic Overkill
  • Break the Cutie:
    • In "If It Smells Like An Ed", the Eds once pushed Jimmy too far when Eddy gave him an atomic wedgie in front of all the kids. For that, [[RevengeJimmy framed the Eds for multiple crimes, and sold them to the Kankers.
    • In "A Fistful of Ed", Eddy pissed off Jimmy so much that he beat Double D to a bloody pulp.
  • Butt Monkey
  • Camp Straight: The "straight" part is debatable however in canon he has, or had, a crush on Sarah from the looks of it.
    • I would say straight, seeing as how he did a complete personality flip-flop when she stopped paying attention to him.
    • It's also possible that he sees her as a Fag hag.
  • Chew Toy: He is EXTREMELY accident-prone.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: In "If It Smells Like an Ed".
  • Noodle Incident: When he tries to pick up a quarter stuck to the ground using an eyelash curler. And then gets driven away in an ambulance.

   Kevin: Looks like eyelashes are the only thing that thing curls!

Nazz Edit

 A cute, somewhat dim girl-next-door type. She frequently reduces the boys in the neighborhood to sweaty, nervous wrecks of early-adolescent lust, apparently without realizing it. It can also be said that she's the second most realistic character.

 Not to be confused with Todd Rundgren's former band.

  • Beware the Nice Ones: Usually, she wouldn't be doing anything bad to anybody, including the Eds, but in the Halloween special, Ed, who has watched too many monster movies, mistakes her for Medusa and puts her in cement. Afterwards, she gets so pissed off and wants the hides of not just Ed, but his friends, too! Somewhat out of character, but that's not her only Out of Character moment. See that trope below.
  • Big Beautiful Girl: In "Every Which Way But Ed", Nazz reveals that she was huge when she was younger.
  • Brainless Beauty: At first, that's her main role, but she eventually gets better.
    • Actually, it was the other way around.
  • Break the Cutie: Nazz almost undergoes this after finding how how much Kevin values his bike more than her. Until he semi-apologizes for it, she turns seriously jaded.
  • The Ditz: Mind you, this was only after she stopped being the Brainless Beauty.
  • Fan Service: In her underwear?

 Kevin: ...Awesome...

  • Formerly Fat
  • Hello, Nurse!
  • Informed Attractiveness
  • Lethal Chef: According to "Mission Ed-Possible", where her grade in cooking is a D, but her macaroni and cheese might be the only dish she can make that tastes good.
  • The Messiah: She's one of the nicer kids on the show. She even invited the Eds to her events.
  • The Other Darrin: Has had three different voice actresses.
  • Only Sane Man: Well, she's the only one that doesn't have some strange feature or trait.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: She snaps at the Eds in "Once Bitten, Twice Ed" during the raccoon scam.
    • True, she was siding with Jonny over whether or not to hit the raccoon (actually Ed in costume), but this was rather extreme. Besides, Ed's impervious to pain, so, Nazz, what the hell?
      • I'm pretty sure they were convinced Ed was a real raccoon, and I wouldn't say her snapping is out of character, considering she defended Jimmy when they scammed him into buying Gold Pants. so maybe mistreating others is her Berserk Button?
        • The time with the Gold Pants was actually appropriate. It's just shocking that she would tell the Eds off unexpectedly since she is the nicest female character in the cul-de-sac.
  • Ship Tease: With Kevin, especially in The Movie!
  • Smooch of Victory: Nazz honors Double D with a hug and a peck when he prepares to sacrifice himself to stop Ed's rampage. Eddy gets one too after surviving his brother.
  • Talking to Herself: With May Kanker.

Kevin Edit

 An athletic kid who is usually seen riding on or working on his bike, playing sports, or trying to impress Nazz. He thinks the Eds are a bunch of "dorks", and isn't afraid to make his opinion of them known once at least once an episode. Other than that, he seems to be the most realistic kid in the neighborhood when compared to everyone else.

  • Anti-Hero: Type III --> Type V.
  • Afraid of Needles: In "This Won't Hurt an Ed".
  • Big Man on Campus: Definitely.
  • But for Me It Was Tuesday: One episode had this happening when Kevin accidentally foils Eddy's scheme of the day.
  • Catch Phrase: "Dorks!"
  • The Chessmaster: In "Ed Ed And Away", possibly the only time he got back at the Eds for a scam nonviolently.
  • Companion Cube: His Bike. Borders on Cargo Ship in the Movie.
  • Cross-Dressing Voices: The only male character voiced by a woman.
  • Depending on the Writer: Oh boy, in some episodes Kevin is a defensive, but understandable character who you can relate to at times (who wouldn't get mad at some kids destroying your house?) Other times, not so much...
  • Hero Antagonist: Of course, from the Ed's eyes he's made to look bad. But when you think about it, he has a sense of justice, will assist the other kids when they're doing the right thing and he really only gets mad at the Eds when they're pissing him off. Hell, Kevin usually leaves the Eds alone just as long as they don't get on his nerves.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: As shown in "See No Ed" he is rather paranoid of the Eds and their scams, even when they aren't bothering him. Possible Freudian Excuse for his less provoked treatment towards them.
  • Jerk Jock: He tends to play the archetypal cool kid. Girls like him, he's got a sweet bike, he's good at sports, and of course, he wears his hat backwards. As icing on the cake, his dad conveniently works at the "jawbreaker factory" - which gives Kevin an unlimited supply of the series' Holy Grail.
  • Kick the Dog: In "Your Ed Here", he forces Eddy to go through humiliating tasks in order not to reveal his Embarrassing Middle Name. And, despite doing everything he says, he still tells everyone Eddy's middle name.
  • Moving the Goalposts: In the episode where he learns Eddy's Embarrassing Middle Name, he uses the blackmail material to make Eddy perform all sorts of humiliating stunts, and at the end of the episode, he tells everyone the name anyway.
  • Pet the Dog: Has very many moments and examples of this with other characters, but moments such as these with the Eds are rare. In one episode, he struck up a polite conversation with Double D while fixing his bike, simply because Double D is kind, unlike Eddy, whom is the one who antagonizes Kevin in the first place. Ironically, Double D was going to prank him as forced by Eddy at the time, but he was unaware. (And Double D never went through with it.)
  • The Rival: He and Eddy compete a lot. Kevin usually wins.
  • Ship Tease: With Nazz, especially in The Movie!
  • Talking to Himself: With Marie Kanker.
  • Took a Level In Jerkass: He usually only antagonize the Eds when they throw the first stone, but then there's the episode where he blackmails Eddy.
    • To be fair, Kevin, along with everyone else in that episode, was out of character, even Eddy himself at very the end of the episode.

Rolf Edit

 An oddball foreigner who runs a farm in the backyard of his home, and frequently rambles about either his oddball family or the oddball customs of The Old Country, which was formerly named Cloudcuckooland, (and suggested to actually be Norway.) He's usually tolerant of the "Ed-boys", unless he becomes a direct target of one of Eddy's scams.

    1. Do not affiliate yourself with wolves in any manner.
    2. Don't mess with his customs. Or his animals.

 Rolf: QUAKE AND QUIVER LIKE A JELLYFISH, DOGGY-DOO-DOO ED-BOY! For in the name of the Great Shepherd Elders, ROLF WILL GRILL YOUR STRUDEL UNTIL YOU CRY LIKE A TEENSY-WEENSY BABY!

  • My Hovercraft Is Full of Eels: He does this quite regularly.
  • Nice Guy: He's one of the few kids who's usually on good terms with the Eds. He not only tolerates them, but views them as friends, unless he's scammed or if wolves are brought up.
  • Non-Specifically Foreign
  • Noodle Incident: Apparently, Eddy's Brother did something to make him barricade his house, create a moat around it, and demand they tell Eddy's Brother that his chickens no longer exist when he thought he was returning.
    • Eddy's Brother most likely ate some of the chickens.
      • Or otherwise killed.
  • Proud Warrior Race Guy: This only occurs when The Old Country is concerned.
  • Third Person Person
  • The Nicknamer: Has a complicated nickname for every character and character group, such as "snake-in-the-grass Ed boys", "Jonny the Wood Boy" or "Go-Go Nazz girl."
  • Unstoppable Rage: You do not want to mess with the son of a shepherd. Ever.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He's the only kid in the cul-de-sac with abnormally-colored hair.
    • Rolf's hair is probably natural, because in the Ed, Edd n Eddy universe, black hair has been really shown to be black hair, but is blue for better visibility.

Jonny 2x4 Edit

 An eccentric, nature-loving youngster who hangs out with Plank, a piece of wood with a face drawn on it that seems to have a mind of its own.

  • Ambiguously Gay: He shows no attraction to girls, has an odd Cargo Ship type Heterosexual Life Partner type relationship with Plank, has uttered a few questionable lines, and likes nature.
    • In the episode where all the guys were crushing on Nazz, he was too. Although he never really showed it before or since.
  • Audience What Audience
  • Berserk Button: The three times that Plank was messed with (corrupted by the big city, used as a backscratcher, kept away from him by Eddy) Jonny became dangerously violent. [1]
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Jonny's one of the most peaceful kids in Peach Creek, but he's also quite off his rocker.
  • Blade Brake: Jonny actually does this with Plank.
  • Cheerful Child
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Once, he hid his ABC gum under a quarter so no one would take it. And it worked.
  • Companion Cube: Plank.
  • Face Heel Turn: At the end of The Movie, after get beaten up by the other kids for attacking the Eds, Jonny and Plank declare war on the cul-de-sac by becoming the sinister Gourd and Timber the Dark Shard. The movie was over though.
  • Jerkass: Particularly in "X Marks the Ed", where he makes fun of Eddy's zit and charges the other kids admission to point and laugh.
  • Medium Awareness: Probably the only character NOT to have this.
  • Naked People Are Funny: When the cul-de-sac falls into total anarchy in "Stop, Look, and Ed", Jonny decides to streak.
  • Nice Guy: Although not to the extent of Rolf, he too is more than willing to consider the Eds as friends. Granted Plank seems able to make him do more immoral acts at times.
  • Token Minority: Jonny is the only dark-skinned character on the show (but not too dark-skinned). Rolf probably would not qualify for this, however, since the references to his "Old Country" makes him most likely to be from Eastern Europe, and is just tan from the farm work he does.

Plank Edit

 Jonny's Companion Cube. While he has no speaking role in the show, he often acts with the characters as if he was alive.

  • Batman Gambit: "Gimme Gimme Never Ed". He uses Eddy's natural greed and anger to foil the Eds' scam and get a couple of cheap thrills, with no cost to him or Johnny.
  • Cheek Copy: Of course, this is Plank we're talking about, so it's a picture of a plank
  • Companion Cube
  • Manipulative Bastard: It's speculated that Plank is this, manipulating Jonny and who knows else to get what he wants. Case in point, he once got a premium meal of fried lobster with butter on an imaginary plane made by Jimmy and Sarah while Johnny got 3 peanuts. "What do you mean, you special ordered?"
  • Jerkass: In "Gimme Gimme Never Ed".
  • Noodle Incident: Plank has a photo of him doing something unspeakable that's used against him in the elections for king in "For the Ed, By the Ed". Of course, we don't see it.
  • Offscreen Teleportation: Plank is capable of this - especially in The Movie.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Subverted. The kids easily recognize that Jonny's Captain Melonhead, and that Plank is Splinter the Wonderwood, but they still play along with it anyway.
  • Real After All: The show often makes subtle implications Plank may indeed be sentient.
    • Or he's "real" in the sense of being Jonny's Split Personality.
  • The Unintelligible: Apparently, Plank actually does speak to Johnny. In "Rent-a-Ed", he actually tells Johnny how Eddy gutted his sink, even though Johnny wasn't even there at the time.
  • The Voiceless: At least to everyone who isn't Jonny.
    • Jimmy seems to hear Plank sometimes. When Plank got the lobster, it would make sense to assume Jimmy heard him. There is also an episode when Jimmy took Plank in when Johny and Plank supposedly had a fight. Jimmy seemed to hear him then. Plus I think there was one episode where Ed claimed to hear him and another where Eddy convinced Johny that Plank said something that he didn't.
  • Walk the Plank: In "Avast Ye Eds", he was forced to be the plank.

The Kanker Sisters Edit

 May, Marie, and Lee, a trio of crazy sisters who live in the local trailer park and the main antagonists of the show. Each of them has a crush on one of the Eds, and the Kankers enjoy tormenting them and the other neighborhood kids.

 Lee: WHAT'S HE DOING TO MY MAN?!?

  • Evil Redhead: Lee.
  • Extra Eyes: If you pause at the right time in the movie, Lee has them... That's just an ol' animator's trick to give off the illusion of speed without adding extra frames. At least two other episodes show Lee with just two eyes.
  • Freudian Excuse: It can be inferred, from their introduction episode "Nagged to Ed", that the Kankers' boy obsession is related in some way to their mother either sleeping with, being married to (and divorced from), or dating three different guys (why else would The Kanker Sisters have three bathrobes with three different names on them) and, without a strong father figure (or any moral compass), the girls see their mom's behavior as acceptable.
  • Hidden Depths: May, according to the Valentines Day episode.
  • Hypocritical Heartwarming: In The Movie.
  • Jerkass: All have their moments, but Lee in particular is a jerk even to her sisters.
  • Missed Him by That Much: Throughout "Run For Your Ed". The Kanker Sisters are tearing up the cul-de-sac in search of their ship-in-a-bottle, while the Eds are stuck with it thanks to a sleepwalking Ed.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Marie.
  • Self Fanservice: Where there's a will, there's a way. Some fan artists make them look absolutely stunning!
  • Stalker with a Crush: All three of 'em.
  • Stay in the Kitchen: Viciously inverted by the Kanker Sisters, who view the Eds (and men in general) as weak and more fit for housework.
  • Talking To Themselves: Lee with Sarah, May with Nazz, and Marie with Kevin.
  • Team Rocket Wins
  • Terrible Trio
  • Tomboy: Marie.
  • Unstoppable Rage: "Run for your Ed". When the Kankers lost their ship in a bottle, the cul-de-sac took more damage in their search for it than in all the preceding episodes combined.
    To put this in perspective, they caused cracks to appear in the streets, water to shoot from fire hydrants, and decimated entire houses in seconds.
    Their anger was literally like a natural disaster. Rolf's farm animals went berserk due to the animals' uncanny ability to detect natural disasters by instinct.
    Not to mention that Rolf, one of the toughest characters in the entire cast, spent the entirety their rampage in a storm shelter.
    • Which brings up the question: Who would win in a fight, the Kankers from that episode, or Ed from "Little Ed Blue?"
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Marie to a "T". Makes you wonder if it's natural like Rolf's, or if it's dyed blue (it's a lighter shade of blue than Rolf's).

Eddy's Brother Edit

 A serious Ace, the coolest guy in the world. He taught Eddy everything he knows and is likely the least quirky character on the show. Except he's not. He is a cruel, Comedic Sociopath who subverts Amusing Injuries on the Eds.

  • The Ace: Heavily implied to be this. Turns out it was a lie conjured up by Eddy.
  • Bait the Dog: When he makes his first appearance, he and Eddy share a rather heartwarming moment of hugging and conversation. Then, it gets worse.
  • Big Bad: Although he only appears at the climax of the movie, he becomes the closest thing the series has to one when it's revealed that he has been physically and emotionally abusing Eddy all this time.
    • Bigger Bad: Due to being mentioned all the time.
  • Big Brother Bully
  • Broken Pedestal: To the other kids sans Rolf (who was old enough to remember what he was like when he was around) when they finally see him and what he does to Eddy in The Movie.
  • Circling Birdies: Has stars circling above him after he's KO'ed by Ed.
  • The Sociopath: To put it in perspective, he lives at a carnival now that he's left home, a carnival where there are plenty of kids... Yes, beating up on children is basically his whole life.
  • Cool Shades
  • Establishing Character Moment: Emotionally abuses and tortures a kid for fun and proudly admits he's done it to this same kid his entire life, cementing him as the series's only concrete villain.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Even the Kankers are disgusted by his actions and the sisters had to restrain Lee from jumping on him. After he's knocked unconscious, the Kankers decide to let the Eds go free and drag Eddy's Brother into his trailer, whether they have their normal antics in store for him or more brutal, he's about the only one in the series that deserved their 'attention'.
  • Feet of Clay: He ends up being beaten by Ed unhinging his door as Eddy pulls on it. The resulting force results in him being knocked out. According to Word of God, it's because he's been inflicting pain his whole life but has never been on the receiving end, so something like a door to the face would hurt him a lot more than it would anyone accustomed to pain. Granted it's only in a cartoon such as this that being hit with a charging steel door could be seen as petty injuries.
  • Foreshadowing: There are lots of hints in the series that indicate that Eddy's Brother is a bastard, the most blatant would be in the episode where Eddy started a rumor that his brother was coming, where instead of joy on Eddy's face when it appears that he showed up, it is absolute fear.
  • For the Evulz: After agreeing to let Eddy and his friends in, he indulges himself in beating up Eddy for some laughs while freely admitting to doing it for as long as Eddy can remember.
  • Glass Cannon: Far stronger than Eddy, but he can't take a hit. Eddy is Made of Iron against slapstick, by comparison.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: He clobbers Double D over the head with Eddy.
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: He's never seen, and the only things that we know about him are Eddy's stories about him until he finally shows up in The Movie.
  • Ironic Echo: He forces his little brother to play Uncle, but keeps going after he does. When Ed defeats him, Eddy's Brother says Uncle himself; the kids leave him alone, but the Kankers don't.
  • Jerkass: He beats down on his own brother and Double D in a manner that makes the cul-de-sac kids and even the freaking Kankers feel disgusted.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Sort of. His abuse on Eddy is still displayed in a cartoony manner but it the trauma is played in a poignant light and is probably the single most serious scene in the entire series.
  • Last-Episode New Character
  • Nice Hat
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: He ends up getting the Eds out of the trouble they'd gotten into in about the only way that avoids a Karma Houdini or Ass Pull: by revealing the living Hell he put Eddy through that made him the way he is. Because of him, Eddy admits to his mistakes at last and the Eds finally get their happy ending. Even more impressive is the scene was only a few minutes long.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Up until Ed intervened, it was pretty much like this.
  • No Name Given: Just called "Eddy's brother".
  • One-Scene Wonder: Guess. However, that one scene was enough to emotionally break Eddy and give the entire cul-de-sac and even the Kanker Sisters sympathy for Eddy.
  • Slasher Smile: Big time.
  • Smug Snake: "I thought you wanted to hang with your "hero"?
  • Tomato Surprise: What do you think all these spoiler tags are hiding?
  • Ultimate Evil: To the rest of the cast anyway.
  • Vile Villain Saccharine Show: Even for a Sadist Show like this.

Notes

  1. He took on the Kanker sisters to get Plank back and won.

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