Air Date: October 8th, 2000
An attorney runs a bowling alley and pursues a high-school romance.
Genres: Comedy drama
Season 4 - Episode 17 : Happily Ever After Feb 6, 2004
Ed and Carol walk down the aisle in a circus-themed wedding, while Warren documents the event on videotape; Phil begs Ed to let him perform the wedding ceremony.
Season 4 - Episode 16 : Best Wishes Jan 30, 2004
Ed's brother Lloyd (Timothy Busfield) returns to Stuckeyville in need of help; Carol tries to enjoy time with her sister; Mike and Nancy use their illnesses as a catalyst for their romance.
Season 4 - Episode 15 : Pressure Points Jan 23, 2004
Ed feels unmanly when he allows a mugger to take Carol's engagement ring; Eli tries to get Clay Aiken to come to the radio station; Mike's father (Burt Reynolds) shows up after his mother kicks him out.
Season 4 - Episode 14 : Hidden Agendas Jan 16, 2004
Ex-wife Liz (Lea Thompson) reappears to disrupt life for Ed and Carol; Eli fills in as a host on local radio show; Mike tries to interest a foreign-exchange student in sports.
Season 4 - Episode 13 : Back in the Saddle Jan 9, 2004
When Ed advises his adulterous ex-wife (Lea Thompson) in a business venture, it plants seeds of doubt in Carol's mind.
Like the best TV shows, Ed has a profound point beneath its silliness. It seems it's always possible to return to Stuckeyville, the hometown we carry around inside, and see new possibilities. If we let go and embrace a magical dramedy that dares to dream, we may feel somehow ennobled. [5 Oct 2000, p.E-03] Show More
You might call Ed a sentimental comedy, soft rather than biting, with the mushy sensibility of a going-home show like Providence turned into an amusing Jell-O salad. Or looked at from another angle - the simple innocence of an Adam Sandler movie, but with brains instead of body functions. [6 Oct 2000, p.R2] Show More
If you watch only one new show this season, watch Ed...It's a dry-witted, hourlong comedy with dramatic undertones. It's sweet, funny, earnest, endearing and entirely charming. It's got a great cast -- particularly the perfectly cast Tom Cavanagh in the title role -- and even better writing. [6 Oct 2000, p.C08] Show More