Ed, Edd n Eddy
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"Little Ed Blue" is the 11th episode of Season 4 and the 88th episode of Ed, Edd n Eddy. In this episode, Ed becomes dangerously angry and violent, so Edd and Eddy try to cheer him up, but they only end up pestering him even more.

Plot[]

Every kid in the Cul-de-Sac are the customers of Eddy's latest scam; a silent film entitled The Hunt for Edosaurus. It starts out slow and boring, but when Eddy trips on Rolf and sends bags of popcorn flying towards Jimmy, the scam turns into an all-out food fight by Kevin (giving Eddy more profit from it). Ed arrives and kicks everyone out in an angry mood, even making the normally dominant Sarah walk away from him along with the others, then leaves to the playground with Eddy taunting him.

Edd and Eddy soon find Ed sitting by himself on a stump, sulking. After Eddy taunts Ed, Ed throws him into a tree. Edd comes and hugs Ed, only having Ed push him away and threaten him. Ed shows Edd and Eddy his dark side after Edd offers counsel, so they leave and go to his house to get things that will make him happy again. When they come back, they see Kevin throwing a baseball on Ed's head to no end. Eddy decides to play too, but Ed uses Eddy as a baseball bat and commits a "home-run" on Kevin for revenge, sending him miles away. Eddy then tries to cheer up Ed by reading him one of his favorite comics, but Ed violently closes the comic into Eddy's face, literally turning it into a comic strip. It's now Edd's turn. He gives Ed a cooked turkey and pretends it's his birthday. Ed force feeds the turkey down Edd's throat. Edd and Eddy can't decide who should go next, so they perform a crude puppet show with a robot and Baron O' Beefdip. Eddy gives up right away, and while Edd berates him, Ed pulls a string on Baron O' Beefdip's back, making him belch fire onto the play and burning them both to a crisp.

They finally go through with their last attempt - Eddy dresses up as a chicken, circling around Ed in an animalistic manner, but Ed, becoming even more annoyed than before, takes the rubber glove Eddy is wearing on his head, shoves it down the rest of his body, and shoves him straight down into the ground. Eddy's patience has run out by now, clearly fed up with Ed's crabbiness. After he yells at him and hits him, demanding he cheer up, Ed becomes savagely enraged and yells loud enough to make Edd faint, and rip Eddy's shirt off.

Furious, Ed goes into a rampage and destroys the playground. Everything's thrown in the air, barely missing Edd and Eddy. Jonny and Plank are also thrown into the air while on a seesaw. Plank, sent flying from the throw, smacks into Ed as he demands solitude, making him even angrier and threatening to break him in half. Prompted by an idea from Plank, Jonny removes Ed's shoe, causing a tiny pebble to fall out of it. Instantly, Ed's anger vanishes and he's back to his normal cheerful and blissful self. The other Eds are shocked that all of this hostility from Ed was stemmed from a pebble stuck in his shoe. Eddy even starts laughing for no reason as if he's gone insane, while Ed seems unaware of all the trouble he's caused his friends that day.

Trivia[]

  • Goofs:
    • Sarah punches Jonny in the side of the head. In the next few shots, he is shown with a black eye.
    • After Ed sends a flame shooting out of Baron O'Beefdip, the top of Edd's hat is burned off, as are the ends of Eddy's hairs. In the next shot, after Edd whispers something to Eddy, Edd's hat and Eddy's hairs are back to normal.
    • When Ed roars at the top of his lungs, Eddy's shirt is ripped off. In the next shot, it is back on, completely undamaged.
  • This episode debuted on a Monday, as part of Cartoon Network's "November Premieres" block. In it, new episodes of Cartoon Network shows would premiere throughout the month (from the 3rd to the 27th). Ordinarily, most episodes premiered on Fridays.
  • Ed's comic, Marlene of the Deep, is likely a reference to A.K.A. Cartoon's sheet director, Marlene Robinson May.
  • After Ed gets the pebble out of his shoe, Jonny says "He's mad, I tell ya, mad!" This line is reused from "Dear Ed."
  • This is the first and only appearance of one of Ed's favorite foods, pudding skin. It was first mentioned by Edd in "Cry Ed."
  • Edd wears ear studs as part of his cavewoman costume. Later, in the comic Sugar, Spice & Ed, he reveals that he had his ears pierced for his girl disguise.

Video[]

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See also[]

Season 4
"An Ed in the Bush" • "See No Ed" • "Is There an Ed in the House?" • "An Ed is Born" • "One Size Fits Ed" • "Pain in the Ed" • "Ed Overboard" • "One of Those Eds" • "They Call Him Mr. Ed" • "For the Ed, by the Ed" • "Little Ed Blue" • "A Twist of Ed" • "Your Ed Here" • "The Good Ol' Ed" • "Thick as an Ed" • "Sorry, Wrong Ed" • "Robbin' Ed" • "A Case of Ed" • "Run for your Ed" • "Hand Me Down Ed" • "Stiff Upper Ed" • "Here's Mud in Your Ed" • "Stuck in Ed" • "Postcards from the Ed" • "Take This Ed and Shove It"
Seasons: Season 1Season 2Season 3Season 4Season 5Season 6Specials
See also: Episode Guide
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