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Who, What, Where, Ed! (Ed, Edd n Eddy)
"Can Eddy come out to play?" "I'm right beside you, Ed" - Ed & Eddy.
Part of Season: 1
Episode Number: 11a
Air Date: April 19, 1999
Writer: Mike Kubat
Danny Antonucci
Previous episode: Fleabitten Ed
Next episode: Keeping Up with the Eds

"Who, What, Where, Ed!" is the first half of the eleventh episode in the first season of Ed, Edd n Eddy.


The Eds are hungry, and Eddy is treating them to omelettes. Unfortunately, Ed manages to break every egg in the house. The Eds decide to go to Rolf's to see if he will give them a chicken egg. However, to get the egg, the Eds must go through a series of trades.

Why It Rocks

  1. The plot is very interesting, as it has the Eds asking for a chicken egg of Rolf's, but then they go through a series of trades between the cul-de-sac kids.
  2. The disguise the Eds pull to convince the Kanker Sisters into borrowing an anchor looks pretty good, despite not working.
  3. Some funny moments, such as Ed's quotes "Can Eddy come out to play?" when running around the houses looking for clams, along with himself playing with a yoyo and yodelling while running with Jimmy's paintbrush.
  4. The Eds are tolerable & great characters as they never give up on finding the items for the trades, and watching them find the items was great to sit through.
  5. Mostly Good Ending: When Ed plays with his yoyo in Rolf's garden, he looks at the item and decides to take it due to how simple it looks and says that his family will appreciate it, and so the Eds get the grapes, and all the other things from the cul-de-sac/their needs.

Bad Qualities

  1. Sarah kicking the Eds out of the place she was playing tennis with May just for touching her racket was a bit mean-spirited, along with Kevin not bothering to help Eddy paint his fence.
  2. While the ending wasn't bad, the last 10-15 seconds ended it on a cliffhanger with Ed accidentally cracking the egg's shell open, and that's it.


  • It holds a rating of 7.5/10 on IMDB.


  • The tall stranger disguise the Eds use to try to get the anchor is a possible inspiration for the Tower of Eddy in the 2005 video game, "Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Ed-ventures".
  • In the Trailer Park, a trailer with the name "Zeats" can be seen in the background. This is presumably a reference to Billy Zeats, the storyboard director of the episode.