"Sorry, Wrong Ed" is the 16th episode of Season 4 and the 93rd episode of Ed, Edd n Eddy. Read it and weep!). His friends agree, with Edd far too ready to get some normality in. To me, it played no differently to any other episode in the series and I laughed just as frequently, yet I repeatedly see the phrases “out of character” and “torture porn” thrown around whenever I search the internet for the episode. While true that Double-D’s lack of sympathy towards Eddy’s abuse irked and infuriated me once Eddy glued the phone out of their lives, Double-D being so smugly prepared to debunk his cursed claims was inescapable. Airdate: Eddy nervously answers the phone, and a skunk steps out from a bush and sprays him. Director(s): A record flies out of his record player and hits him. When Edd remarks on the unlikelihood of such a scheme succeeding, Eddy points out that he's got a killer marketing strategy: the cereal is 100% Curse Free! But after a series of unfortunate events, it seems that this cool but cruel telephone has got a hotline to Eddy's number. After Xiaolin Showdown‘s death, Ed, Edd n Eddy took up most of my time. I don’t have enough fingers and toes to keep count! It was the plot’s intention to make you hate Double-D for rationalising. Eddy, the proud new owner of a fancy phone, strolls back to his room with his new possession and puts it on his bedside table. The back of Eddy's house is colored blue rather than pink in this episode. I didn’t appreciate it until all my other shows ended, but I am glad that I could catch up with everyone else before analogue TV died. And don’t even try with the “Double-D is out of character because in one episode, he called something cursed” argument. Eddy then walks over and puts a record on. This time, Edd picks up, and Eddy gets run over by a truck. How many times have you heard a known atheist say “Oh my God”? Rolf doesn't offer any explanation for his strange behavior other than that he has to get rid of the phone, which has plagued his family for generations with its curse. Ed: "Eddy's in pain now. I have never seen Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but I’m sure one of her friends was pridefully skeptic at first. Sorry, Wrong Number Of course he doesn’t believe in curses! Eddy must now find a way to get the phone's curse off of him. Every time you ask an amateur critic about this episode, they finish watching it with the same fury as the last. As soon as Eddy gets free, the phone rings again; upon answering, a bicycle-propelled ice cream cart bursts through his door, bounces around the room, and lands on him. The trend of answering the phone being related to a misfortune befalling Eddy is readily apparent in what's happening to Eddy as Plank takes his calls. While Rolf was digging the hole to bury the phone, he threw most of the dirt over the fence. Finally, Rolf starts pushing his house backwards to try and get away, and finally runs inside, slamming the door on Eddy. Eddy must now find a way to get the phone's curse off of him. The same mistake is repeated in, When the ice cream bike bursts into in Eddy's room, the. As if to prove this, a tree comes crashing down on Eddy, destroying the scam. Defeated, Eddy moves to leave, only for the phone to ring once again. Right around the corner sit Jonny and Plank. Ed, Edd n' Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo, S4:E21. Spotting a streetlight, he pushes Ed between him and it, only for a concrete pipe to roll over him from behind. It needs to stop. Another call comes in for Eddy, and Eddy takes the phone, thinking it's Nazz, lying on his bed in order to properly answer it. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Edd feels annoyed by Eddy having another knickknack for his room, but Eddy is excited about the phone, especially when a call comes in for him. A spring in his mattress pops out, sending him flying into the ceiling and back into his bed. January 30, 2004 “Sorry, Wrong Ed” is about a cursed telephone. https://ed.fandom.com/wiki/Sorry,_Wrong_Ed?oldid=237243. Seeing this profusion of bad luck, Double D grins widely, as there is no way at all this could be attributed to Eddy's curse...or could it?