Three adolescent boys, Ed, Edd "Double D", and Eddy, collectively known as "the Eds", constantly invent schemes to make money from their peers to purchase their favorite confectionery, jawbreakers. Their plans usually fail though, leaving them in various predicaments.
Edd tries to take his morning shower, but blunders into the bathroom to find it is undergoing repair. He desperately tries to borrow a shower from one of his neighbors, but as Edd gets progressively dirtier in his quest to find a place to bathe, he eventually goes off the deep end, which means the more nobody would help Edd, the more dirtier he'd be.Watch Now:iTunes
When Sarah and Jimmy start a "Rich Club" in Ed's backyard, inviting everyone except the Eds, Eddy tries to prove he has got what it takes to be a member.
Due to an argument between Eddy and Sarah about bus seating, she tricks Ed into protecting his friends from the falling sky. Edd and Eddy can't talk Ed out of it, but they make several attempts to catch the bus and get to the Jawbreaker factory.
Edd is embarrassed to no end after losing to Ed in the annual spelling bee. All the other kids think he's lost his touch, and turn to Ed for help with their homework (even though Eddy insists they pay for the privilege). Meanwhile, Jonny seeks revenge on Nazz after she eliminated Plank from the Spelling Bee for not spelling a word clearly.Watch Now:iTunes
Jonny invites the Ed's to the Arbor Day party. Eddy hopes that the party will have all the kids there in attempt to boost his popularity, but his hopes are crushed when he discovers nobody else went.
After Kevin and Rolf embarrass Edd yet again in his weakness, Eddy decides to take action. No matter how much he tries to toughen Edd up, he refuses to improve. Finally Eddy takes a desperate attempt by turning him into a wrestler.
Ed receives a variety of wolf-themed gifts from his pen-pal, and ends up suffering the wrath of Rolf, who suspects said pen-pal is actually his old arch-nemesis, and ends up sending the Eds to Norway.Watch Now:iTunes
The power goes out, and everyone's wondering what happened. Ed starts a panic when he blames the blackout on "mole mutants" (a parody of the C.H.U.D.s and The Mole People), and Eddy tries to cash in. Meanwhile, Rolf enlists Kevin in jump-starting the power grid, and Edd overcomes his fear of the unsanitary sewers to conduct his own investigation.Watch Now:iTunes
Sarah and Jimmy discover Jimmy's fish have babies and try to learn where they come from, but when they ask the other kids about it, they keep getting different answers. They eventually turn to the Eds for help, but even they can't agree on the subject of human reproduction.Watch Now:iTunes
Eddy isn't allowed to go to Kevin's monster truck marathon party. The Eds discover a book stating that Eddy's ancestors founded Peach Creek, and Eddy attempts to use that history to lure the kids away from Kevin's party.
Eddy can move into his big brother's room if he brings home a good picture for his mother. Kevin distracts Eddy when the picture is taken, resulting in an ugly picture. Kevin decides to take advantage of this and shows Eddy's embarrassing picture to everyone in the school.
When Rolf goes to his family reunion, he puts Ed in charge of his animals.Watch Now:iTunes
Due to another scam failure, Jimmy doesn't believe in fairy tales anymore, bringing him in a sad emotional state which won't go away. Sarah demands the Ed's to fix this before sundown. Meanwhile, Rolf thinks everyone is after his backpack full of baloney.
When Eddy discovers that Kevin has Trypanophobia, he takes advantage of his fear and tells the school that it's booster shot day.Watch Now:iTunes
Report card day is no fun for the Ed's, because Edd is delivering Eddy and Ed's report cards to their parents. The Eds find out what's going on and attempt to stop him.Watch Now:iTunes
Eddy tries to prove that the Urban Rangers are a bunch of phonies by challenging Rolf to the most difficult badge- The Hairy Chest of Resilience Badge.