Set 20 years after the events of Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show. The kids of the cul-de-sac, through high school, college and even now, have remained best friends and all of them have become successful in their own way. Ed has become a successful pro-football coach, Double D became a wealthy businessman, Eddy became a famous film producer, Nazz is a popular pop singer, Kevin is a famous basketball player, Rolf is a news reporter for ABC, Sarah has become a sweet, nice, gentle and kind-hearted young woman and is also a new reporter for ABC, Jonny, who learned to forgive the others after what happened, is an up-and-coming pro-football player and Jimmy is a famous painter and has grown apart from Sarah. The Ed Boys haven't seen or talked to each other or the others for a year and one day, they bump into each other and are so happy to see each other after so long. They then plan a reunion party a day after Christmas with the others. Meanwhile, Eddy's older brother, Tony, has joined forces with the Kanker Sisters to plot his revenge against the Eds and ruin their lives and careers once and for all. Ed also finds out a surprising revelation: Sarah and Jonny have fallen for each other and want to get married. Now the question begins to haunt Ed: "What is more important: His little sister's happiness or what he is, successful and famous? But more importantly, will the Eds be able to ruin Eddy's older brother's plan or will their lives be ruined forever?
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