Jimmy Jimmy Keenan Christenson is an insecure child, with a propensity to cry, and Sarah's best friend whom he is most often seen spending his time with. The personalities of Ed, Double D, and Eddy are based on his own traits as well as the activities of his two sons, while the cul-de-sac children and the Kanker sisters were all based on children he grew up with. The title sequence was created by. As a result, he is more socially accepted by the rest of the kids than Ed and Eddy, usually acting as a peacemaker or offering the rest of the kids advice. 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.
Archived from on February 21, 2013. Throughout the course of the series, Sarah has been shown to possess an infatuation with Edd, but still occasionally subjects him to abuse due to with the other Eds. Archived from on July 24, 2008. Eddy sometimes boasts about his older brother and uses this to his advantage to gain respect. He also has a album and is a fan of. Ed is kindhearted, good-natured, and has a positive attitude towards almost everything and everyone, even to those who are not accommodating to him. He does not seem to acknowledge that Plank is just an inanimate, silent, 2x4 piece of wood, and when asked for help with an imaginary friend, he claimed to have no clue what the Eds are talking about.
Archived from on August 22, 2004. Sarah forces the Eds to fix this problem before sundown. Jimmy is based on one of his cousins, who was rather feminine and spent most of his time playing with girls rather than with boys. Some wanted Plank to be able to talk, smile and blink as if he was alive, but Antonucci insisted that it should be treated as a piece of wood, brought to life by Jonny's imagination. It won a , two and a , and was also nominated for another four Leo Awards, an and two. It was Cartoon Network's most popular show among boys ages 2—11.
He often speaks using complex words and struggles to speak normally in high anxiety situations. Throughout the series, each of the Kankers repeatedly get the Eds and privately force themselves onto them with romantic intention, much to their horror. Archived from on July 14, 2012. All the children have multicolored tongues; Antonucci said that the idea came after he saw his son and his friends with different-colored tongues because of eating different candy while he was working on a storyboard. They live in the nearby trailer park called Park 'n' Flush. Ed to the misfortune of many people is utterly at the mercy of his tyrannical younger sister Sarah and is an easy target of her manipulations, with Sarah threatening to tell their mother if she does not get her way. The Eds and Sarah have been free toys in children's meals for.
Smile for the Ed: It's school picture day, and Eddy can move into his big brother's room if he brings home a good picture for his mother. Archived from on September 5, 2012. Ed, Edd n Eddy received generally positive reviews from critics. From Here to Ed: After a scam goes wrong, Eddy blames and declares war on Kevin. The series ran for nearly 11 years, making it the longest-running Cartoon Network original series, and at the time of its finale, the longest-running Canadian-produced animated series. No Speak Da Ed: Ed receives a variety of wolf-themed gifts from his pen-pal, and ends up suffering the wrath of Rolf, whose past involves a wolf-man.
They look for them, but no luck. Sorry, Wrong Ed: Rolf buries a phone that appears to be cursed; Eddy finds the phone to be stylish, so he takes it without Rolf knowing. Jonny and Plank are inspired by one of Antonucci's childhood friends, a loner who spent most of his time outside with his blanket. The Day the Earth Stood Still June 28, 2002 2002-06-28 Brother, Can You Spare an Ed? The games were met with generally mixed reception. While all the Kankers supposedly like the Eds, it has been shown that May prefers Ed, Marie prefers Edd, and Lee prefers Eddy. However, problems always ensue, and the Eds' schemes usually end in failure and humiliation. A Star is Born July 12, 2002 2002-07-12 Is There an Ed in the House? Kevin Kevin is a stereotypical jock.
Kevin becomes paranoid and suspicious, and tries to convince everyone it is another nefarious plot by the Eds. Both studios reacted enthusiastically and wanted to see more but demanded , which Antonucci refused. The other two Kanker sisters, Marie and Lee, were voiced by Kathleen Barr and Janyse Jaud. Eddy ends up turning to his old disciple, Jimmy for an idea. Sarah Sarah is Ed's grouchy, abusive, spoiled, short-tempered, whiny, and extremely selfish younger sister who acts cute and kind to the Eds only when it suits her. Ed, Edd n Eddy received generally positive reviews from critics and became one of Cartoon Network's most successful original series. A majority of the male characters featured in the series are smitten with her, and an entire episode once chronicled their many failed attempts at wooing her.
Cartoon Network commissioned the show after they agreed to let Antonucci go in his own direction. The number of characters in Ed, Edd n Eddy is fixed at twelve thirteen if Plank, a board of wood who acts as one character's , is included. The mere presence of the Kankers is enough to terrify the cul-de-sac residents, and they have been shown to have volatile and destructive tempers. Eddy managed to blow it after finding out that even after Ed won the spelling bee, his stupidity doesn't stray too far away from him. Eddy mentions how his brother taught him much about how to scam, and to be a con artist, and throughout the series many of the children are shown to have a great fear and respect for him. This is animation that's, well, really animated.