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Ed: Just Friends

Ed goes to court over a contract that was written on a bar napkin by four high school buddies. One of the friends gets rich and denies the contract. He hires a big-city lawyer from the same law firm that fired Ed. Also, Ed has to find a manager for Stuckeybowl. He realizes his only choices are Phil, Kenny or Shirley.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x3
Production Number: 105
Airdate: Sunday October 22nd, 2000

Director: Marc Buckland
Writer: Jon Beckerman

Alternate Airdates:

Italy Jun 24, 2007

Guest Stars
David B. McConegheyDavid B. McConeghey
As Bar Guy
Gregory HarrisonGregory Harrison
As Nick Stanton
Munson HicksMunson Hicks
As Judge Henderson
Ashley WolfeAshley Wolfe
As Marie
Jordan LeedsJordan Leeds
As Lawyer
Mark FishMark Fish
As Video Clerk
Paul Michael ValleyPaul Michael Valley
As Richard Davis
Robert WeilRobert Weil
As Mr. Winthrope
Episode Notes
$10 Bets - Mike bets Ed that he cannot drink a bottle of pancake syrup.

Letterman Reference - Ed says that his law firm in NYC was "Farmer and Sheehan"; this is a reference to Pat Farmer and Kenny Sheehan, two staff members on Letterman's "Late Show".

Nicknames - Phil nicknames Kenny "Gigantor". Kenny calls Ed "Chief".

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Bebel GilbertoSo Nice (Summer Samba) 
Neil DiamondAmerica 
Peter CeteraYou're the Inspiration 

Episode Quotes
Ed: (to Carol, re: her negative reaction to Ed`s music video) It was the inflatable guitar, right? You don't see Keith Richards with an inflatable guitar.

Nick Stanton: (to Carol, talking about "Catcher in the Rye") Sometimes I look in the mirror and see Holden Caulfield staring back at me.

Warren: Your friend here is a tough nut to crack, and I am one hungry squirrel.

Warren: (about Carol) Her and me, we got a thang going on.

Carol: (to Ed about his music video) The first time I saw it, I was shocked. Second time, I was horrified. I think it was that third time - that's the one that scarred me for life.

Shirley: It's time for my interview, but I can come back later when you're not depressed about that blond lady.

Ed: Neither rain nor sleet nor gloom of night could stop him from having sex with my wife.

Mike: When the gauntlet is dropped, you must accept the challenge.

Warren: Yeah, I was just wondering...um...when you invite a client over to your office for the first time, and they see that it's like, in a bowling alley, or whatever, um...well, are they ever like, 'Thanks, but I think I'm gonna find a lawyer whose office is not in a bowling alley?'

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