Best Ed S01E23a – Memor-Yee Loss

Best Ed S01E23a – Memor-Yee Loss


* Ed the dog and
Buddy the squirrel * Live in a swell
house in a swell world * Ed wakes up every single day * And vows to be the
best in every way * One best buddy one best Ed * One best Buddy one best Ed * From the morning
until they go to bed * One best Buddy one best Ed * Have you ever seen
squirrel go nuts, no * Ed’s here to help
I’ll tell you what * You’re a best friend
that’s what he said * These are the
adventures of best Ed * One best Buddy one best Ed * One best Buddy one best Ed * From the morning
until they go bed * One best Buddy one best Ed * One best Buddy one best Ed (bell dings) – It’s your turn, Buddy. Are you going to
hop a scotch ball or roll a marble car
for a double game point? – Are you sure this
is a real game, Ed? It’s a little confusing. – Scrabble! – Okay, now I know
you’re making this up. (doorbell rings) – Ding-dong, back in a jiffy. No cheating. – Yeah, like I
know how to cheat. – Buddy!
(screams) Betsy and Buster want us to
come over and see their new toy. Hey, your queen jumped
my dominoid, you win. Wait, your 8-ball touched
the ground, you lose. But you’re on your
face, you win. Oh, but.
(groaning) – Gee, I wonder what
your new toy could be. A laser, a killer robot? A squirrel-shaped iron cage
with pokey metal spikes? (giggling) – Don’t be silly, Mr.
Buddy, we don’t have any of those things, yet. It’s the world’s largest
twin kitten-shaped balloon. Can you help us blow it up, Ed? – No problem. One Edtastic gust of
dog breath, coming up. (gasping) (coughing) (zany music) – Okay Ed, that’s
probably big enough. – Buddy, a partially inflated
balloon is a sad balloon. (gasping) (coughing) (blowing)
(zany music) – What in the name of
furballs is going on? One minute, I’m enjoying the
sun, then bam, no more sun. Why are you covering up my sun? Well alright. (chuckles) But that don’t mean I like
giant balloons or anything. (growls) – Ed, the balloon is
bigger than our house, that’s big enough. – Bigger, Ed, bigger! – Hi, just look how hard my
hardworking Ed is working. I brought these muffins
for Ed so he can build up his energy again. (zapping)
(curious music) (explosion) – Ooh, I told you the
balloon was too big. Ed, are you okay? – I’m perfectly fine. Fit as a fiddle,
tippity-top shape. And thanks for asking,
complete stranger. – Well that’s good, I
thought that zap might’ve. What? Ed, did you lose your memory? It’s me, Buddy. – Not sure, but I have
absofruitly no idea where I am, who I am, or why I’m
covered in balloon goo. I believe this is yours, then. Wow stranger, you sure are nice. I bet if you were
somebody’s buddy, you’d be the best, best
buddy in the whole world. You. – No, Ed, you always say, “Yee!” – Who says yee? That’s crazy talk. (doorbell rings) – Uh-huh, yeah, oh, ah. – Dr. Quacken, I know you’re
really busy, but thank you for. – Don’t worry, there’s
plenty of time til I tee-off. Ed, let’s do a quick
word association. I say a word, you say the
first word that comes to mind. Wood.
– Iron. – Green.
– Tea. – Off.
– In. – 20?
– Minutes. – Yep, it’s amnesia. When he was shocked, he
lost all his memories, so he has no clue who
he is or who you are. Or what club to use
on the 9th hole. Now, to help Ed, you’ve
got to jog his memory. Talk to him about who he is. – Thank you for your
help, Dr. Quacken. – No problem, Buddy. (chuckles) Quack. Here, my bill. (laughing) Oh, just kidding, a
little duck bill humor there. Here’s the real bill, yeah. Remember, jog Ed’s memory
and he should be just fine. – Jog Ed’s memory. Alright. Okay Ed, first thing’s
first, you’re a dog. You like fire hydrants, dog
treats, wagging your tail, and this is your chew toy. – A dog, are you sure? This thing is disgusting,
I’d never put it in my. (squeaking) Sacagesomething, you’re right. My memories are coming
back, I’m gruff, mean. I used to be a guard dog. – No, Ed wait. (whimsical music)
(giggling) – Alright, you two. – Go play with your
ball somewhere else. Why are you here,
this is my house. Go water someone else’s lawn. – Get off my lawn.
– No, you get off my lawn. – What, stop doing that. – Oh, you’re eyeballing
me now, is that it? Okay now, you’re
freaking me out. – There’s only one, Thursty,
you know that, right? You know who Thursty is. – What’s your problem,
you got a problem with me? – Stop trying to be me.
– Look at you with my eyeball. (angry chatter) Because I got a whole
bag of eyeballs, I’ll be looking at you with. – You’re not Mr. Thursty, Ed. – What you talking
about, squirrel? I thought I was a dog. – Yes, you are a dog,
just not that dog. Oh, here it is. I thought I’d try something
else to jog your memory. How about super-duper
double cherry berry mumble crumble muffins? They’re your favorite. – This is delicious. I think some of my
memories are coming back. I’m me again, I love baking. And I’m in love with my
little fuzzykins, Ed. – Ed, that’s Ms. Fluffe. You are not. – I’m making Ed a cake,
because I know how to bake. – Oh, my dear, I wasn’t
expecting to see you here. I must look a complete mess. – Yeah, my poor sweetie,
you look so tense. Here, let me help. – Oh, that’s just super. It’s so nice to
have you here, Ed. – Oh, I’m not Ed,
you silly goose. But isn’t Ed just the dreamiest? – Ed, are you sure your
noggin bell didn’t get rung a smidgen too hard? – Well, I’m sure I have no
idea what you’re talking about, little Miss
Always-Calling-Me-Mother-On-Eve. – Ed, you are not Miss Fluffe. (sighs) I’m out of ideas. I’ve tried everything to paint
a clear picture of your life. Wait, that’s it, maybe this
will help jog your memory. It’s a picture of us. Remember, from two
Hop-n-Scotches ago? – I’m finally
remembering my remembers. I’m obsessed with details. My best friend is
always trying to help. I’m a squirrel who loves nuts. – (laughing) Exactly,
I knew it would work. Wait, what? – This nut goes
here, this goes here. You didn’t think I was going
to forget you, did you? Well, I didn’t, no I did not. You go right here. – Ed?
(screams) – Would you please keep it down? What’s a squirrel
have to do to get some peace and quiet around here? – Ed, you are not me,
you are not Buddy. You don’t know
anything about nuts. What did you do to my nuts? That’s it, nobody touches
these nuts but me, nobody. You are not me, you are Ed. Ed, Ed, Ed, Ed! You’re getting your
memory back, Ed. And this time, it’s personal. – Okay everyone, I’ve
gathered you here to help Ed get
his memories back. We have to recreate
the exact moment when he lost his memory. Right down to the final zap. Miss Fluffe, you were over here. Mr. Thursty, you were over–
(growls) Okay, could you just, you
know, go over a little to the. (nervous laughing) Thank you. Okay, Betsy and Buster,
a bit of a problem. We’re gonna need
another giant balloon. Well, that was convenient. Okay Ed, now you start
blowing it up, big breaths. That’s a good boy. – Yes sir, stranger sir. (gasping) (blowing) – Okay, now everyone else
do what you were doing before the balloon exploded. – Oh let’s see, I grumbled. Sunshine. (growls) – I have brought these muffins. They are for Ed,
these muffins are. – Buster and Betsy, nice
work with the glare, very believable. Okay now, what was I doing? Oh right, (clears throat) Ed
that balloon is going to blow. Please, stop blowing. (zapping) (explosion) – Yee! I think I’m me again. I remember everything, you
did it, bestest buddy, Buddy. – That’s great. Hey, quick question,
who are you? – Sacagaweawea, now
you have have ambrosia. Well, don’t fret,
buddy, Ed will help you get your marvelous memory back. Firstly, you and I are
the bestest buddies in the whole world. – [Buddy] Well,
that sounds nice. – And, you’re a squirrel
and squirrels can fly. Or at least some of them can. Let’s go upstairs to the top
of the tree and find out. You are going to be okay. – [Buddy] Hm, a flying squirrel, that’s not ringing any bells. But hey, if you say
that’s what I am, then let’s give it a go. (lively music)

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