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    Sarah (Ed, Edd n Eddy)
    "ED! You're in trouble, mister!"
    Gender: Female
    Type: Ed's Bratty, Mean Younger Sister
    Age: 6-9
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Janyse Jaud
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Ed, Edd n Eddy
    First appearance: The Ed-touchables
    Last appearance: Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show

    Sarah is a secondary antagonist of Ed, Edd n Eddy. She is Ed's bossy, psychotic, spoiled, and conceited younger sister, who acts cute and charming only when it serves her. Sarah has Ed's unending loyalty and obedience, mostly due to her constant threats of tattling on him. She was voiced by Janyse Jaud, who also voiced Lee Kanker.

    Why She Intentionally Needs Anger Management and Should Be the One in Trouble

    1. She acts like one of those stereotypical mean girls, although she's not even popular.
    2. She is a loud and controlling spoiled brat who is often mean to her big brother, Ed, for no reason. She's even mean to his two best friends, Double D and Eddy.
      • She is sometimes mean to the other Cul-de-Sac kids (except her best friend Jimmy).
    3. Throughout the entire show, she rarely said anything positive about anyone else (except for her friend, Jimmy).
    4. She is very quick to anger and handles her anger through brute strength and extreme violence against the Eds and sometimes the other kids.
    5. She largely lacks empathy, even remorse
    6. She is so aggressive, manipulative, and ferocious that her older brother Ed fears her, and she refuses to accept the undeserving love and affection he gives her.
      • For some strange reason, Sarah gains more trust from her off-screen mother than Ed, because judging from a bad dream Ed had (where Jonny portrayed his mom), their mother more often than not sides with her daughter punishes Ed, and even gives Sarah allowances over Ed. This could explain how Sarah sleeps upstairs next to her parents’ room while Ed sleeps downstairs in the basement, but at least the latter doesn’t mind that.
    7. She never shows genuine kindness (minus the boomerang effect in "Hand Me Down Ed") to the Eds at all. Even Kevin, despite his mean behavior, has a lot of kind moments (especially in the latter half of the show), and he's often willing to compromise with them, but usually not Sarah.
    8. Apart from their usual scams, she does not have a decent reason to hate the Eds, unlike Kevin and Jimmy, who have every reason to hate them.
    9. She also gets mad at Ed when it's not his fault, such as after Eddy gives Jimmy a wedgie in "If It Smells Like an Ed". She yells at Ed and tells him that she is telling their mom about him, instead of scolding Eddy who did it. Then again, Ed did laugh at Jimmy with everyone else, but doesn't excuse her snappy behavior towards Ed instead of calling out Eddy for it.
    10. Sarah was arguably at her worst in the episode "Sir Ed-a-Lot.” She spends the day with Jimmy by mistreating the Eds and laughing at their pain just so Ed can get in trouble after she laughs at Eddy getting stabbed in the hand by a cactus after Ed tossed it to Eddy, showing that she is a psychopath.
    11. In "Knock Knock Who's Ed,” just as Ed's 8-hour monster movie marathon was about to start, Sarah and Jimmy kicked the Eds out of the house by shoving and punching Double D and Eddy into Ed's throat and almost causing Ed to choke. Fans regard that as the most mean-spirited thing she has done.
    12. In "Boys Will Be Eds,” she physically assaulted Rolf, despite him trying to help Jimmy. She should have whacked Victor the Goat with the tennis racket instead because he was the one chewing on the sandwich and his arm, not Rolf.
    13. In “Thick as an Ed,” she violently yells at Ed to wake him up to take her to Jimmy's house, when she could do it herself (which she soon did).
    14. In “Tinker Ed,” just to cheer up Jimmy, Sarah took an embarrassing picture of the Eds dressed in fairy tale costumes by threatening them that she’ll turn them into dog meat and remove their will to live, even when Kevin told Jimmy fairy tales weren't real. She lets Kevin off the hook for what he started by allowing him to help.
    15. In her worst episodes, she unfairly attacks the Eds most of the time, even when one or two Eds did something wrong to her, she would beat up all three of them anyway.
    16. Despite her negative qualities in the TV series, she hardly gets punished for her wrathful behavior, making her a Karma Houdini for the most part. Even Kevin and Jimmy are more likable than she is.
    17. Although Janyse Jaud did a good job voicing Lee, she did a mid-awful job voicing Sarah in the rest of the original run by making her voice forced to be menacing but comes off as ear-piercing.
    18. Much like Darla Dimple from Cats Don’t Dance, the close-ups of her angry face turning dark red or when the camera pans to her angry rage when she screams and growls loudly, can be too frightening for younger viewers.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. She can be somewhat adorable whenever she’s not angry.
    2. Like the other characters on the show (except Lee, who looks more hideous than May and Marie, and Eddy’s brother, who’s uglier than Eddy), she does have quite a cute and unique design.
    3. Sarah at least sometimes gets her comeuppances or at least suffers from misfortunes in certain episodes, even though it doesn’t feel like enough to not consider her a “Karma Houdini."
      • “Sir Ed-a-Lot” (Eddy trapped Sarah in a crib like she previously did to him. In other words, Sarah got a taste of her own medicine.)
      • “Oath to an Ed” (got yelled at by Eddy for teasing him)
      • "Fool on the Ed” (she and the rest of the kids got stinked by the Eds’ giant stink bomb)
      • “Little Ed Blue” (got kicked out of the house and yelled at by Ed, who was already in a bad mood in that episode)
      • The Mis Ed-ventures level “Cool Yer Ed” (she and Jimmy were chased away by squirrels that the Ed’s threw at them, so the latters could take their cooler for their snow cone scam)
      • "Mission Ed-Possible” (got squashed by Kevin’s bike while chasing after Edd)
      • ”Cleanliness Is Next To Edness” (got glued to the floor and hit with a spray can by Edd, only for the latter to get kicked out of her salon as a result)
      • "Truth or Ed" (got humiliated in the school paper by being labeled as "part of a secret chimp foghorn race”)
      • “Run Ed Run” (got sick from eating too much jawbreakers, which serves as karma for tricking the Eds)
      • “Ed, Edd n Eddy’s Big Picture Show” (she and Jimmy were taken hostage by the Kanker sisters, with Lee giving the former a Wet Willie)
    4. She sometimes has a good reason to be angry. An example of this is in “For Your Ed Only”, when the Eds accidentally wrecked her room, and then Eddy took Sarah’s diary, which the Ed’s took a peak at. Also in “Boo Haw Haw”, where even though she attacked the Eds, it was only to avenge Jimmy since Ed attacked him and stole his candy, but only because Ed hallucinated and thought Jimmy was an alien.
    5. She still has a soft spot for her best friend, Jimmy. She cares a lot about him and they get along almost perfectly.
      • A good example is when she tries to stop Jimmy from fighting with Nazz in the episode "Key to My Ed" because the latter should know he can't hit a girl.
      • Also, in "If It Smells Like an Ed,” unlike the other kids, she didn't laugh at Jimmy when Eddy gave him the wedgie.
    6. There have been rare occasions where she did show concern for her brother Ed before, showing that she cares about him deep down one way or another.
    7. In "Little Ed Blue”, while Ed is in a bad mood, it was very satisfying to see him yell at Sarah. He even kicked her out of their own house along with everyone else presumably as payback for how she and Jimmy kicked him and the other Eds out of said house in “Knock, Knock, Who’s Ed.”
    8. She did have a crush on Edd in "An Ed Too Many,” “For Your Ed Only,” and a brief moment at the end of “Your Ed Here,” which is actually good in that Sarah, at least in these 3 episodes, cares about someone other than Jimmy (and occasionally Ed).
    9. The series finale, "Ed, Edd and Eddy’s Big Picture Show,” is Sarah's best appearance.
      • She is not nearly as mean-spirited as she was in the early TV series.
      • She gets her biggest well-deserved comeuppance from being tortured by the Kanker sisters along with Jimmy.
      • In the end, she befriends the Eds and the other cul-de-sac kids, calling them her friends.
    10. Her voice, while usually obnoxious, can be more tolerable when she's in a good mood.
    11. Since she is the secondary antagonist, the show’s episodes, despite said show being an episodic slapstick comedy, would not have much plot without her bratty personality.
    12. Similar to Princess Morbucks, Sarah is most certainly intended to be despised due to her bratty nature, hence why she's written like this.
    13. For a child, she's surprisingly smarter than Ed, so you can't take that away from her.


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