Your Ed Here (Ed, Edd n Eddy)

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Your Ed Here (Ed, Edd n Eddy)
"Arnold Betrays Iggy": Ed, Edd n Eddy flavoured.
Part of Season: 4
Episode Number: 7a
Air Date: January 23, 2004
Writer: Danny Antonucci
Jono Howard
Director: Danny Antonucci
Previous episode: A Twist of Ed
Next episode: The Good Ol' Ed

Your Ed Here is an episode of Ed, Edd n Eddy.


Kevin finds out that Eddy's middle name is Skipper, now Eddy must do many things that Kevin says, or else Kevin will tell everyone Eddy's middle name.

Why It Sucks

  1. It is infamous for how mean-spirited it is, mainly due to Kevin's unprovoked actions towards Eddy.
  2. The jokes range from cruel (most of it is Eddy being forced to do embarrassing things in order to keep his middle name secret) to a bit odd (see WIS #6).
  3. Kevin is horrible and unlikable in this episode, as he torments Eddy when he hadn't really done anything wrong in this episode.
  4. Throughout the entire episode, Eddy does many things to keep Kevin from telling his middle name, and despite all the things that Eddy did, what does Kevin do? He tells everyone Eddy's middle name! This is an unfathomably ruthless move and shows just how cruel Kevin is, and the worst part? Kevin gets no comeuppance for his actions!
  5. Horrible ending: Double D tells Eddy his middle name to cheer up Eddy, which causes him to tell everyone Edd's middle name, Marion. So basically, not only does Kevin (the real main antagonist) get off scot-free, but now someone innocent gets the blame.
  6. There is an infamous scene in this episode where Eddy is forced to kiss Edd on the lips.
  7. Skipper isn't even that embarrassing of a name.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Funny innuendo when Ed tells Edd "Aw, kitty cat go meow?"
  2. Clever slapstick, such as at the beginning where the Eds make a wax sculpture of Jimmy by shoving him in a box, filling it with oatmeal, shaking it, then ejecting him through an eye dropper.
  3. It revealed Eddy's and Edd's middle names, which is quite a surprise since almost everyone on the show is solely referred to by their first names.



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