Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger! Can I take your order?
~ Ed's famous catchphrase.
Dexter: You poured that stuff in their meat, didn't you?
Ed: I had to.
Dexter: You had to?
Ed: Sure. See, I knew if I took the can, there was a good chance I'd get caught. Then I thought even if I did take the Triampathol to the proper authorities, Kurt would hire some high-powered attorneys who would dispute any charges brought against him, or Mondo Burger, by manipulating the legal system. And the way that America's court system is congested these days, it would've taken months to convict him of anything. So then I thought: I'll take matter into my own hands, and just pour the Triampathol into the meat supply, and let Mondo Burger be a victim of its own foul play.
~ Ed explaining his ingenious plan to Dexter.
Ed is the main protagonist of the 1997 Nickelodeon comedy movie "Good Burger". Mostly Good Burger Ed is a recurring and popular skit on All That and its 2019 remake.
He is portrayed by Kel Mitchell of All That fame (who also voices T-Bone from Clifford the Big Red Dog and portrays Double G in Game Shakers).
He is dim-witted and bumbling, but comedic and lovable. After arriving to Good Burger late, he discovers the new fast food restaurant, "Mondo Burger". He first saw Dexter while he was doing a delivery. He allows him to work at Good Burger, and introduce him to the rest of the group. He is really good at differing a good burger, and a mondo burger. Later on, he and Dexter were confronted by Kurt Bozwell and his henchmen, but the Mondo Burger restaurant exploded. By the end of the film, he is seen saying his catchphrase. Mostly he usually scares off the customers and messes up their order. Mostly he is very absent minded a lot of times. He barely understand people's emotions.
His boss never fires him from Good Burger, even though he always screws things up or scares off the customers when they complain.
Mostly he is similar to Sheldon Cooper who barely understands people's emotions or end up offending or hurting people. Just like both of them, they never apologize or understand what they did wrong.