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    General 
  • The whistling in the theme song (provided by Danny Antonucci himself) is borrowed from "Big Noise From Winnetka" by The Bobcats.
  • The letters "AKA" are found in several episodes, which is a reference to A.K.A. Cartoon, the studio that produced the series.
  • Eddy is a fan of many famous disco artists such as Barry White and Tom Jones, and their albums can be seen in his room.
  • The Eds' shouts of "RUN AWAAAY!" as they flee from danger are lifted straight out of Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

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    Season 1 

"The Ed-Touchables"

  • The title is a parody of "The Untouchables".
  • Edd talking to his skull is a reference to Shakespeare's Hamlet, wherein the main character frequently spoke to the skull of Yorick.

"Pop Goes the Ed"

  • Eddy tells Nazz that Ed has three nipples "like that guy from James Bond". This is a reference to Francisco Scaramanga, the main villain of The Man With the Golden Gun (who indeed did have three nipples).
  • The song Green Onions by Booker T. & the M.G.'s plays when Eddy is putting on his swimsuit.

"Over Your Ed"

  • After reading Ed's catchphrase paper, May tells him that "Yabba-Dabba" is cheating, obviously referring to Fred Flintstone's trademark catchphrase.

"Sir Ed-a-Lot"

  • The episode is named in reference to Sir Lancelot.
  • The license plate on the bumper on Ed's bed says "AKA 1", referencing A.K.A. Cartoon.

"Quick Shot Ed"

  • Kevin's look when he tries to hunt down the Eds on his bike is a reference to The Terminator.

"Ed-n-Seek"

  • A.K.A. Cartoon is captioned when it shows Ed hiding in "The Glipo Show".

"Dawn of the Eds"

  • The episode title is a reference to the film Dawn of the Dead.

"Vert-Ed-Go"

  • The title of the episode is a reference to the Alfred Hitchcock film ''Vertigo".

"Fool on the Ed"

  • The name of the episode is a parody of the classic Beatles song "Fool on the Hill". The title card features a hilly landscape with a jester's baton in the foreground, directing referring to the song.

"Laugh Ed Laugh"

  • While Eddy is going insane, he says "Lucy, I'm home", a reference to I Love Lucy.

"A Glass of Warm Ed"

  • The film Little Shop of Horrors is referenced, when Ed tries to eat Jimmy alive.
  • Edd, much like Egon Spengler is "terrified beyond the capacity for rational thought".

"Avast Ye Eds"

    Season 2 

"Urban Ed"

  • Jimmy describing himself as "The Boy With the Snake on His Face" might be a reference to Harry, the Guy With a Snake on My Face from SCTV.

"Fa-La-La-La-Ed"

  • Eddy uses one of George's catch phrases from [1] when messing around with a dresser mirror in Edd's house.

    Season 3 

"Once Upon an Ed"

"O Ed Eleven"

  • The alias Edd uses to convince the Kankers that he and the other Eds are construction workers is Walter Sobchak.

"Boys Will be Eds"

  • Ed becomes self-aware of the reverberation of his Inner Monologue, so he repeats Ted's line from Airplane!: "Hello? Echo!"

    Season 4 

"Don't Rain on my Ed"

  • Ed shouting "Extreme Close-Up!" during, well, an extreme close-up of his face isn't just a moment of breaking the fourth wall, but also a reference to Wayne's World.

     Season 5 

"Too Smart For His Own Ed"

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