Ed

Season 4 Episode 17

Happily Ever After

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Aired Unknown Feb 06, 2004 on NBC
9.3
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Happily Ever After
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Eli takes pity on Phil's latest get-rich-quick scheme; Warren, Mark and Jimmy create a hilarious Ed and Carol tribute video for the rehearsal dinner, but Shirley is the one who really brings down the house with a special song; Mike feels a little lost as the best man in the face of the extensive groomsman experience and contacts displayed by Ed's cousin Mitch; Molly opens the door when a possible opportunity comes knocking; Ed gets a behind-the-scenes inspiration for a wedding day $10 bet from a surprising source; Ed and Carol hatch some truly hairbrained ideas in their quest for the appropriate theme for their wedding until Ed's inspiration leads them to the perfect place to start the next phase of their lives.moreless

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  • Live long and happily Ed Stevens!

    10
    This is my first, and prob final review. I leave that for others to create.



    But i just cant stand to see the final episode of this, maybe the greatest there was, beautiful series to be unreviewed.



    If you havent watched it. Do it! I promise you that it will change your life forever!



    As a guy this is kinda hard to admit. But I cried!

    I cried my eyes out, not just for the sentimental part of me, or for the happy ending. But I cried beacuse I knew that I would never ever see another episode of the worlds best tv-series!



    My love to everyone involved in this fantastic creation!moreless
  • Best Series Finale I Have EVER Seen!!

    10
    This episode of Ed was magnificent. All aspects, from the wedding in the bowling alley, to the son Shirley sang for Ed and Carol. This series kind of sprung up on me, I saw trailers for it when I was watching something else, and I was immediately hooked, with the first episode that I watched. These people are great, the characters were strong and the plots were always surprising and well written. I really mean what I say in the summary, I have never seen a series finale that has left me so satisfied. I just have this image of the characters of Stuckeyville living out their existence in some alternate universe, dancing along to “My Little Corner of the World” for all eternity. I also agree with the guy above me (or below me, I am not sure of the placement) that says that he cried. I was crying tears of joy, just hoping one day that I will find that one special person that just lights up my world the way that Carol and Ed light up each other’s. Ed’s toast at the wedding applies to the series, it is a blend of what is and what should be, and the final ten dollar bet was classic!! Every aspect of the final show will forever remain in my mind as the best series and series finale on TV. I really don’t think that it can ever be topped, and yes, I have seen Friends and Will & Grace finales already and they don’t hold a candle.moreless
Rob Burnett

Rob Burnett

Godfrey

Guest Star

Jon Beckerman

Jon Beckerman

Sasha

Guest Star

Anthony J. Ribustello

Anthony J. Ribustello

Mitch Martel

Guest Star

Nicki Lynn Aycox

Nicki Lynn Aycox

Stella Vessey

Recurring Role

Marcy Harriell

Marcy Harriell

Jennifer Young

Recurring Role

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