A Serial Toucher has nabbed Edd's magnifying glass and Sarah's doll. So The Eds attempt to find him and restore peace to the cul-de-sac.
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Sarah: Lee Kanker
Jonny (Seasons 1-3)
Edd was able to slap Eddy away with one hand in this episode, but in "Ready, Set, Ed", Edd wasn't even able to make him budge with both hands.
Double-D gets stuck under Eddy, but when the Eds get up he's up without even getting up.
At the start of the show, Edd's slippers are under his bed. Later on, they are in a box next to his door.
At the scene where Eddy is just about to warn everyone about the Serial Toucher, when you can see the kids playing, Sarah's hair turns red from its normal orange.
In all of the scenes where Jimmy is seen, prior to Sarah rolling Jonny down the hill, he has a bandage on his nose. When he is seen in his last scene, he then has a bandage on his head instead of his nose.
When Jonny is tied to the chair during the Ed's interrogation of him, he appears to be wearing a sweater instead of his T-shirt.
When Edd has his nervous breakdown over losing his magnifying glass, he is standing next to his desk. Then, without moving, he starts breaking down in the middle of his room away from his desk.
Edd seems to have a problem with people walking into his room with their regular shoes in this episode, but this is not the case in later shows.
In the scenes in Edd's room, the color of the labels on Edd's items change from white to the color of what they identify.
When the Eds are chasing Jonny, Eddy's shirt changes from yellow to orange. Then when they jump over the fence, it's back to yellow.
In this episode, Rolf and Nazz are the exact same height.
Bad designing is clear throughout the first few episodes of the series. A clear example of this is Edd's house, whose blue color goes beyond its boundaries.
When Double-D tells Eddy to put the stickers back in place, he places a sticker labeled "chair" onto his desk chair. In the next shot, when Double-D prepares to label the missing magnifying glass, the chair is no longer labeled.
In this episode, Jawbreakers cost a nickel, but for some strange reason, Jawbreakers cost a quarter in other episodes.
Edd: (Eddy bounces on Edd's bed) Eddy! (quickly makes the bed) Ugh, messy messy messy! Please don't do that, Eddy.
Eddy: (after Edd opens his front door) Hey, Double D! What took you so long?
Edd: Oh, hello, Eddy. So, what are you doing? (after a few seconds of pause) Hey, was that you ringing my doorbell?
Eddy: Who me? Nah.
Kevin: Yeah, what can you dorks do about it?
Other Kids: Yeah!
Eddy: Well, we dorks are gonna solve this mystery!
Kevin: Ha! I'd pay money to see that.
Sarah: Me, too.
Eddy: (used a traffic cone as a megaphone) Attention please! Hey! Beware of the Toucher! Serial Toucher on the loose! Hide your stuff! Hide your valuables! Serial Toucher on the loose!
Ed: Hey, Jonny, nice haircut. Double-D has a surprise for you!
(Johnny looks at Double D)
Ed: (off screen) A lie detector!
Jonny: Ok, Ok! I did it! I took everybody's stuff! Now let me go, I gotta go to the bathroom!
Eddy: You heard him boys. (snaps finger) Case closed.
Sarah: That dirty toucher took my dolly poo-poo!
Edd:As you can see the board is lying!
Eddy:(talking to Plank) You must be the brains huh?(Plank was silent) Where's the stuff Planky? Fess up!(Plank is still silent)Oh, silent huh?(Eddy hits plank with his hand and he got splinters and screamed) AHHHHH! Splinters!!!
Eddy: I think I've got malaria. I'm gonna go take a laxative.
Eddy: Aha, Dr. Toucher, I presume.
Jonny: Oh Ed, I am liking your haircut! What's that Plank? You wanna feel too? Okay!
Jonny:(To Plank) They got me buddy! But you can still make it... RUN!
(Throws Plank through the air, but he lands a few inches from Johnny's feet) Save yourself!
Eddy: Uh, Ed?
Ed: Yeah, Eddy?
Eddy: As much as I really love the smell of your stinky-pits, can you let go of my head now!?
Edd's doorbell is rung 6 times in this episodes.
This Episode is 3rd in order, but aired first because of the Kankers being in "Over Your Ed" before their debut.
Ed seems to be smarter in this epsiode then he is in later episodes.
This is the first episode of Ed, Edd n' Eddy
This is one of the episodes where the Eds do something bad to someone, but are not "punished". In fact, they even get jawbreakers! Well, for a while.
The order of appearance:
- Kevin, Rolf, Nazz and Jimmy
- Jonny and Plank
In the first line Kevin ever had in the show he uses the word dork, which also is what he always call the Eds.
The Eds get jawbreakers but, Sarah hits them with the wheel they put Jonny in so they loose the Jawbreakers.
First appearance of Ed, Edd, Eddy, and the rest of the kids. The Kankers will debut in the next segment, Nagged to Ed.
Eddy calls Edd by his real name instead of his nick-name, 'Double-D' at the beginning of this episode.
Double-D seems a little more willing to go along with Eddy's plans and he is not like he is in future episodes when he puts an analysis on everything.
The character name "Johnny 2x4" is derived from Johnny "2x4" Ludgate, one of the Ed, Edd n' Eddy sound editors.
This is the only episode where Double-D seems to have a crush on Sarah (At the part when Double-D says "someone has touched my stuff also"), when usually it's the other way around.
This episode, along with "Nagged To Ed", "Pop Goes the Ed", and "Over Your Ed" were restored after they first aired. In the first airing of these episodes, the music was slightly off-key, and the picture was fuzzy, along with disappearing outlines when major movement happened.
Danny Antonucci stated that the waving lines on the characters are based on the Squigglevision used to make the series Dr. Katz.
Eddy: Chinese Water Torture
In "The Ed-Touchables", Eddy was doing a similar thing to what the Chinese did thousands of years ago called "Chinese Water Torture".
Eddy: "A little childhood trauma builds character!"
This is most likely a reference to the widely popular comic strip "Calvin and Hobbes". Whenever something happened that Calvin found irritating, such as camping out in the rain or having to eat disgusting food, his dad would always tell him that it builds character.
The Ed-Touchables: Group
The episode name is a play on words of 'The Untouchables'. The Untouchables were a group of cops during prohibition who did not take bribes.
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