Debuted in 2005 and as of 2007 was airing as on The Family Channel in Canada and part of the Jetix programming block on the United States cable television network Toon Disney until the channel closed in 2009, and also used to run on the ABC Family channel before they switched over to a non-animated format. As of 2009, re-runs air on Toon Disney's succesor, Disney XD. It was Jetix's second original show. It was produced by: Jetix Concept Animation and Canadian animation studio: Red Rover Studios.

Ed is an 'electro-genetically' enhanced teen who works for Dojo Delivery, in the futuristic Progress City. Ed uses his cyber sleuthing skills to thwart identity theft and other information-based crimes. He and his courier pals Burn, Deets, Loogie (accompanied by his puppet Dr. Pinch), and Fizz, along with their friend and mentor Ol' Skool, must battle the ultimate evil - Bedlam, an industrialist who has taken over a significant portion of Progress City, by means of stealing from, datamining, or outright destroying his competitors.

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* [[AchillesinHisTent Achilles in His Tent]]: Happens to Loogie in "Klowned".
* ActionGirl: Deets and Fizz, both of whom manage to play this trope straight while remaining rounded characters in their own right.
* AwesomeMusic: The Theme Song and some of the Leitmotifs.
* BadassAdorable: The main kid characters - especially Deets, Fizz and Ed.
* BadassGrandpa: Ol' Skool, the old mentor of the main group of heroes.
** He's also BadassNormal. Every other character has high tech Hoverboards, Jetboots, Jetpacks, etc. and top-of-the-line protective gear to use. Ol' Skool has a conventional skateboard & a simple construction helmet. With just these things he is able to outrace pretty much anything in the series without getting hurt or breaking a sweat.
* BigBad: Bedlam, a CorruptCorporateExecutive with plans to become an EvilOverlord.
* BigEater: Fizz orders herself three burgers, a basket of fries, a basket of onion rings, and a basket of pickles... and slaps Loogie's hand away when he attempts to take a pickle. Apparently, she intends to eat all of this by herself (her teammates don't even blink, so she must do it pretty regularly). However, she's got a little bit of pudge around her midsection, especially in comparison to her trim teammates.
* BigGood: Ol' Skool.
* BittersweetEnding: See the CliffHanger below.
* BreaktheHaughty: The kids receive a lesson in humility in the episode "Monument".
* CliffHanger: Ends with [[spoiler:Ol' Skool trapped in The Machine with Bedlam, and "sent away" by Ed.]] The series was not picked up for a second season.
* CloningBlues: The DNA Delivery clones employed by Bedlam are apparently so faulty that being hit hard enough (either by a board to the head or getting tossed out of a moving hovercraft at high speed) causes them to disolve into a puddle of goo (that can momentarily reform before splatting again) that, according to Loogie, tastes minty.
* CloudCuckooLander: Loogie
* CompanionCube: Loogie has a sock puppet named Dr. Pinch who is a good deal saner than the hand that he sits on. The other characters treat him as if he's perfectly normal (Dr. Pinch, not Loogie - they know Loogie's insane). He's also capable of carrying on a full conversation while Loogie is soundly asleep, and will even maintain his voice and personality if one of the other characters picks him up... In fact he was once able to enter a computer simulation when the mind scanner was on his head.
* CoolOldGuy: Ol' Skool, who uses actual old school gear, but can keep up with the kids he mentors, their enemies, and with Mr. Bedlam as well, much of the time.
* CrazyAwesome: '''Heaven Above!''' Loogie is this in spades!
* CurbStompBattle: In "Optigogs", Fizz, Ed and Ol' Skool come across a rival team called the Twilighters who aim to incapacitate them. Within a few seconds, Ol' Skool has ''them'' incapacitated before Fizz and Ed can jump in. The looks on the two kids' faces are ''priceless''.
* CyberPunk
* DarkerAndEdgier: The early episodes were rather light-hearted, but starting from "Fizzled" (Episode 8), the show subtly brought this trope into play (also starting to [[GrowingtheBeard grow its beard]] in the process).
** Had the show continued into its second season, it could have got even darker.
* [[DarkandTroubledPast Dark and Troubled Past]]: As a little girl, Deets was forced to [[spoiler:work for Bedlam because he held her parents hostage]].
* DeadpanSnarker: Deets is this in spades.
** Ol' Skool is this as well to the kids at times.
* DeathGlare: The members of the Dojo team often pull this on each other.
* ElectricTorture: Bedlam uses this on Deets in one episode.
* EruditeStoner: Ol' Skool
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: The word "monkey" is used as slang for "cool".
** Only by Loogie though, since he's... just like that.
* FiveManBand: The series notes the Five Man Band set-up as the other four characters and the Mentor are given titles to go along with the Hero later on.
** [[TheHero The Protector]]: Ed (although as a slight subversion the Hero in this case is not the Leader of the group, just the hero of the show and given all the standard Shonen Upgrade items. The Big Guy is the Leader.)
** [[TheLancer The Joker]]: Loogie
** [[TheBigGuy The Warrior]]: Burn (The technical leader of the group.)
** [[TheSmartGuy The Builder]]: Fizz
** [[TheChick The Dreamer]]: Deets (Also following to the letter of giving an extra edge or power, she's the only one with the ability to fly.)
** TeamPet: Dr. Pinch
** [[MentorArchetype The Teacher]]: Ol' Skool
* GadgeteerGenius: Fizz
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: [=Z3R0=], one of Bedlam's three SuperSoldier-esque robots. He started out evil, became good after spending time with Ed and the Dojo Delivery crew, then got [[{{Brainwashed}} reprogrammed]] to become evil again (though he retained some good traits), didn't appear for several episodes, returned [[BrainwashedAndCrazy REReprogrammed And Evil]], was rescued by the kids and returned to normal, left for several episodes ''again'', and returned just in time for the season finale, only to be destroyed by Edlam (Bedlam with Ed's DNA implanted in him).
* HiddenBadass: Loogie may be scatterbrained, but he's just as badass as the rest of his friends and is also CrazyAwesome.
* HoverBoard: Ed uses one.
* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight: Attempted on [[spoiler:Ed when he's affected by one of the Ed Artifacts.]] Subverted when he shows no sign of letting up and the trope is lampshaded by Bedlam.
--> '''Bedlam''': ''"Oh please. That drivel only works in cartoons. I '''hate''' cartoons!"''
* InnocentBlueEyes: Ed.
* TheLeader: Burn is the Headstrong type.
* Leitmotif: Certain pieces of AwesomeMusic pop up in certain situations.
* LetsSplitUpGang: Subverted in the episode ''Grim Tech'':
--> '''Burn''': ''"Whatever it is, it's in the dojo. We've got to split up and find it."''
--> '''Fizz''': ''" Split up? You don't watch too many horror movies, do you?"''
--> ''*beat*''
--> '''Burn''': ''" You're right. No splitting up."''
* LongPants: Either depicted with no legs (robotic butler Crouch and hologram Kora) or wearing a futuristic suit that combines shoes and pants into one or has large, fat-ankled boots (with the pants tucked in, of course). In fact, the only character who had visible ankles was Ol' Skool.
* {{Moe}}: '''Ed, Fizz and Deets!'''
* MoralityPet: Deets is this sometimes to Burn.
* NeatFreak: Deets.
* NonHumanSidekick: Series BigBad Mr. Bedlam had a computer AI named Kora, who tended to function as the system administrator for his evil empire (while also giving snarky comments on the side). Similarly, his toaster apparently grew a skinny body to become the robot Crouch, who tended to be somewhat less snarky and more of a suck-up but who nonetheless seemed to be the one who helped designed the vehicles for the evil mooks. On the good guys' side, the title character wound up acquiring Torch, a sentient navigational program that helps to keep Ed in the loop as to his surroundings, for his HoverBoard. Perhaps the oddest NHS of all is [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Loogie's]] sidekick Dr. Pinch, a catfish puppet decked out in a doctor's outfit.
* NumberTwo: Deets is this to Burn.
* OfficialCouple: Ed and Deets
** ShipperOnDeck: Burn encourages Ed to go and talk to her already, since it's obvious they've had something going on since they first met.
* OhCrap: When one or more of the kids starts screaming their head (or heads) off, 99% of the time it's because of this trope.
* OldMaster: Ol' Skool
* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Girl]]: Deets is often this.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: Deets and Ed.
* Pride: Burn's defining flaw. It's even the focus of the plots of "Momentum" and "Klowned".
* RockBeatsLaser: In "Basics", Ol' Skool lends Ed his skateboard while the hoverboard is being "repaired". It gets laughed at up until Ed encounters Bedlam's new EMP blaster.
* RoundedCharacter: '''One of the reasons why this show is so great.''' The protagonists are three-dimensional characters with multi-faceted personalities. The stories don't have to rely on personality tropes to advance the plot - instead they allow the characters to play off each other with unique and varied results.
* [[TheRuntattheEnd The Runt at the End]]: Despite being older than Ed, Fizz is a midget, to put it bluntly. "Wi-Fi" focuses on her frustration at being midget-sized and how she gets around the problem.
* SeriousBusiness: The kids in GetEd are couriers. The villains are evil couriers, bent on ruling the package delivery market with an iron fist.
** Though the more StoryArc related episodes imply that Bedlam has the ultimate goal of WorldDomination.
* ShoutOut: In the episode where [[spoiler:Ed is put into a virtual reality machine that Bedlam controls]], Bedlam says that he "[[Series/TheOuterLimits1963 controls the horizontal and the vertical]]".
* [[SinkorSwimMentor Sink or Swim Mentor]]: Ol' Skool is a lighter example of this.
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Fizz and Deets are often physically injured and humiliated for the audience's amusement just as much as the boys are.
* [[SnarktoSnarkCombat Snark to Snark Combat]]: Deets and Burn in some episodes.
* [[ToBeLawfulorGood To be Lawful or Good]]: Burn and Ed have to decide this for themselves in "Procedures".
* [[TomboyandGirlyGirl Tomboy and Girly Girl]]: Fizz and Deets, respectively.
* TorpedoTits: Bedlam's Riot-Bots have these.
* UpgradeArtifact: The series finale of Get Ed features an alien artifact simply known as "The Machine" which, when activated, will grant Ed superpowers (flight, energy blasts, etc). However, rather than turning Ed into a singular, superpowered teen hero, the artifact mistakenly splits the power between Ed and the Big Bad Bedlam, who has cloned Ed's DNA onto himself. Half the episodes of this series involve various attempts of both Bedlam and Ed to get ahold of other Ed artifacts. Only two of those artifacts make lasting reappearances: Ed's Slammer, an extendable energy beam weapon that works like a sword or whip. And Ed's Optical upgrades that allow him to see in the dark.
* WhatTheHellHero: Deets gives this to Burn when he is being too harsh on Loogie or Ed.
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