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17. Jan. 2008, 9:16

The fine folks at Stuckeyville.com have compiled a list of songs spanning the entire four season run of Ed.

The one thing about this show is that it makes me strangely optimistic (a rare feeling for me), so i'm hoping that we'll see this show on DVD soon (and without generic muzak replacing some of these great songs).

One of these days i'm going to go through the episodes that I have and make sure Stuckeyville's list is complete...

The Music of "Ed"

Episode 1: Pilot

* "Tropicalia" - Beck (During opening montage)

* "Do That to Me One More Time" - Captain & Tennille (Playing in Stuckeybowl when Carol asks Ed out)

* "Between the Sheets" - Isley Brothers (To set the mood for Mike and Nancy`s romantic evening)

* "Knock Three Times" - Tony Orlando & Dawn (Background music at Stuckeybowl)

Episode 2: The World of Possibility

* "Someday, Someway" - Marshall Crenshaw (During painting scene)

* "Bohemian Like You" - The Dandy Warhols (At end of episode, played at Stuckeybowl grand re-opening)

* "Baby, Now That I`ve Found You" - Alison Krauss (At very end of episode, as Ed and Molly talk)

Episode 3: Just Friends

* "You`re the Inspiration" - Peter Cetera (Ed lipsynchs to this in his music video)

* "So Nice (Summer Samba)" - Bebel Gilberto (During closing montage)

* "America" - Neil Diamond (During Phil`s interview for the Stuckeybowl manager`s job)

Episode 4: Pretty Girls And Waffles

* "Hello Old Friend" - Kim Richey (During closing montage)

* "Magnet and Steel" - Walter Egan (Played while Phil washes windows with his chest)

* "Two Tickets to Paradise" - Eddie Money (Playing in Stuckeybowl when Ceela walks in)

Episode 5: Better Days

* "Better Days" - The Jayhawks (During closing montage)

* "Rescue Me" - Fontella Bass (Playing in beauty salon when Ed delivers lawsuit)

Episode 6: Home is Where the Ducks Are

* "I`m Always in Love" - Wilco (During final scene)

* "Mississippi Queen" - Mountain (During Phil`s bowling scene)

* "Signs" - Five Man Electrical Band (Played in background at Stuckeybowl at beginning of episode)

Episode 7: Something Old, Something New

* "I Wanna Be Around" - Tony Bennett (During Thanksgiving dinner scene)

* "One on One" - Hall & Oates (Played in background at bowling alley)

* "Dream Girl" - Robert and Johnny (played while Mike waits out his father-in-law for a turn in conversation)

Episode 8: The Whole Truth

* "Lovely Day" - Bill Withers (At beginning of episode)

* "Soothe My Soul, Stuckeybowl" - The Warren Cheswick Experience f/ Phil Stubbs (During closing montage; final act of open mike night)

* "Got to Be Real" - Cheryl Lynn (Before open mike night)

Episode 9: Your Life Is Now

* "Christmas Wrapping" - The Waitresses (Played at Stuckeybowl Christmas party)

* "Tired of Waiting for You" - The Kinks (Opening scene, while Ed waits for his refrigerator to be delivered)

* "Have a Holly Jolly Christmas" - Burl Ives (Playing in Stuckeybowl during preparations for the party)

Episode 10: Losing Streak

* "Also Sprach Zarathustra", Op. 30 - Richard Strauss (As Ed introduced the girls` JV basketball team)

* "We Are the Champions" - Queen (During final play of basketball game)

Episode 11: Opposites Distract

* "Emma`s Song" - Sinead O`Connor
During showing of Mike and Ed's video of baby Sarah

* "Strange Lover" - Julie Miller
At end of episode, as Carol tried to fake the busted pipe

* "Eydie`s Tune" - Marshall Crenshaw
At very end of episode, while Carol cleans her basement

Episode 12: Hook, Line and Sinker

* "The Look of Love" - Dusty Springfield
As Mike shoved a pancake in his mouth, to Carmela`s delight

Episode 13: The Music Box

* "Dressed Up Like Nebraska" - Josh Rouse
at end of episode, during Ed and Bonnie`s romantic interlude

* "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" - John Lee Hooker
In background at Hurley`s

Episode 14: Valentine`s Day

* "I Want To Know What Love Is" - Foreigner
During Chuck`s speech atop Stuckeybowl`s shoe counter

* "Mr. Big Stuff" - Jean Knight
Played at Stuckeybowl while Phil gives Chuck dating tips

* Sabre Dance - Khachaturian
PLayed during the 20 second rotations at the Phil Stubbs Love-a-torium

Episode 15: Loyalties

* "Until You Break" - Matthew Sweet
Played when Bonnie came over to Ed`s house near end of episode

* "Right There in Front of Me" - Marshall Crenshaw
During closing montage

Episode 16: Live Deliberately

* "Long May You Run" - Neil Young
As Ed ran up Mt. Precipice

* "Hot Hot Hot" - Buster Poindexter
At Smiling Goat while Willie danced the conga

* "Bang the Drum All Day" - Todd Rundgren
In background at Stuckeybowl, during $10 bet

* "We`re At The Top Of The World(To The Simple,Two)" - The Juliana Theory
Played in background at Stuckeybowl when Willie enters for the first time

Episode 17: Exceptions

* "Perfect Day" - Lou Reed
During fitness test scene

* "Forgiveness" - Patty Griffin
During climactic convenience store scene

Episode 18: The Test

* "From the Morning" - Nick Drake
At close of episode

* "We Built This City" - Jefferson Starship
Ed, Nancy, and Mike sing this in a restaurant, Mike later sings along with the radio

Episode 19: Windows of Opportunity

* "Call Me Irresponsible" - Tony Bennett
During closing montage

* "Africa" - Toto
In background at Stuckeybowl, during first scene

* "Biggest Part of Me" - Ambrosia
In background at Stuckeybowl during conversation in booth

Episode 20: Mind Over Matter

* "Falling in Love" - Randy Newman
At close of episode, as the gang celebrated Stuckeybowl`s landmark status

* "Just a Gigolo" - Louis Prima
While "old-timers" had their midnight bowling party

Episode 21: Mixed Signals

* "Viva Las Vegas" - Elvis Presley
At Vega$ Night

* "Danke Schoen" - Wayne Newton
At Vega$ Night,as Ed and Carol played slots

* "Beyond the Sea" - Bobby Darin
At Vega$ Night, as Ed and Carol bowled

Episode 22: Prom Night

* "Bodyrock" - Moby
At beginning of prom scene

* "Atomic Dog" - George Clinton
At prom, "favorite song" of Warren`s date

* "Mercy, Mercy Me" - Marvin Gaye
At prom, played after "king" and queen are crowned

* "At Last" - Etta James
At prom, as Ed and Carol danced

* The Hallelujah Chorus - Handel
Kenny plays this as Phil is crowned king of the junior prom

* "Rockhouse" - Ernie Freeman Combo
At prom, as Warren and Tanya entered

Episode 23: The Stars Align

* "Baby Grand" - Billy Joel & Ray Charles
while Ed and Bonnie had dinner at the Goat

* "Great Day" - Paul McCartney
During closing montage

* "When You`re In Love with a Beautiful Woman" - Dr. Hook
At Stuckeybowl during health inspector`s visit

Episode 24: Changes

* "Desparate But Not Serious" - Adam Ant
When Ed plays "hat guy" at the Goat

* "Waste Your Time" - Freedy Johnston
during Ed and Carol`s stakeout

* "September" - Earth, Wind & Fire
At Stuckeybowl, during Phil`s card trick

* "Start" - The Drew Ross Show
During closing montage

Episode 25: A Job Well Done

Episode 26: Crazy Time

* "After All" - Dar Williams
At very end of episode

* "We Will Rock You" - Queen
During Chez`s failed pep rally moment

* "What a Fool Believes" - Doobie Brothers
At lunch during $10 bet scene

* "Werewolves of London" - Warren Zevon
During Halloween party at Stuckeybowl

Episode 27: Closure

* "Only in the Movies" - David Mead
While Ed looked through love letters

* "Heaven Knows" - Donna Summer
Played at Stuckeybowl during Disco Bowling night

* "Packing Blankets" - The Eels
At end of episode

Episode 28: Replacements

* "Foolproof" - Ron Sexsmith
At very end of episode

* "Everybody Hurts" - R.E.M.
While Warren was getting his butt kicked

* "King of All the World" - Old 97`s
While Ed was doing his thing in court

Episode 29: The New World

* "God Bless America" - Kate Smith
During the Thanksgiving Parade.

Episode 30: Goodbye, Sadie

* "The Weight" - The Band
As Molly`s car is dumped into the lake.

Episode 31: Charity Cases

* "Ride Captain Ride" - Blues Image
Nancy dances to the radio at home.

* "Happy Days" - TV Theme Song
During Fund Raising party.

* "Christmas(Baby Please Come Home)" - Darlene Love
During Fund Raising party.

Episode 32: Small Town Guys

* "Freedom" - George Michael
Nancy plays this in Mike`s office prematurely.

* "Oh, What A Beautiful Morning" - Ray Charles
While Warren does his Miss Vessey impression.

Episode 33: Two Days of Freedom

* "Tempted" - Squeeze
Background music at the Goat while Ralph runs into Jamie Brown.

Episode 34: Ends and Means

* "Just Another" - Pete Yorn
Song at the end.

Episode 35: Youth Bandits

* "Teacher Teacher" - Rockpile
Molly crash-tutors science to Phil.

* "I Can`t Go For That (No Can Do)" - Hall & Oates
Warren`s tattoo plan goes awry.

Episode 36: Things To Do Today

* "Ghostbusters" Theme - Ray Parker, Jr
Stuckeybowl background music at the beginning after opening credits.

* "Walking On Sunshine" - Katrina & The Waves
While Jennifer & Ed dine and spend time at the home of strangers.

* "Here Comes Your Man" - The Pixies
Background music.

Episode 37: Nice Guys Finish Last

* "Waiting" - The Feelies
While Ed & Barry Gleep wait in Ed`s office for 8 o`clock.

Episode 38: Wheel of Justice

* "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" - Jim Croce
Not used as actual music, but Carol is ordered to sing the song as `punishment` by Judge Donnelly.

* "Song 2" - Blur
Dr. Burton`s TV `commercial`.

* "The Show Must Go On" - Three Dog Night
Song near the end of the episode.

Episode 39: Lloyd

* "Tell Her About It" - Billy Joel
Background music at Nancy`s `Billy Joel Internet Club` party.

* "Dope Nose" - Weezer
Background music.

* "They All Laughed" - Bing Crosby
Opening of `Strikes`.

* "Ain`t Too Proud To Beg" - The Temptations
Background music.

* "Will You Please Be There For Me" - Reindeer Section
Song at the end of the episode.

Episode 40: Trust

* "Queen of Hearts" - Juice Newton
Background music at Stuckeybowl while Phil is `stocking` from the snack bar for his own personal `home` party.

Episode 41: The Shot

* "Magic" - The Cars
Background music in Stuckeybowl while Phil & Kenny talk about Shirley & Jack.

* "One Thing Leads To Another" - The Fixx
Background tune at the Smiling Goat while the story of Ed`s missed foul shot is retold.

* "One Shining Moment" - David Barrett
During the Stuckeyville/Jaspertown basketball alumni rematch game.

* "Y.M.C.A."(Instrumental MIDI version) - Unknown (Original by the Village People)
Ed`s Gorilla-Gram to Molly.

Episode 42: Power of the Person

* "Reeling In The Years" - Steely Dan
Background song at The Goat while Dennis tells his Roy Orbison story to the gang.

* "Talking In Your Sleep" - The Romantics
Stuckeybowl background music when Ed tells Carol that he`s not pleased with Dennis` recent behavior.

Episode 43: Memory Lane

* "Driver`s Seat" - Sniff N The Tears
Smiling Goat background music while Dennis & Carol discuss the school superintendent.

* "Long Walk" - Jill Scott
Warren`s basement mood music for the benefit of Diane.

* "Flake" - Jack Johnson
Background music.

* "Party Hard" - Andrew W.K.
Background music.

Episode 44: Last Chance

* "Don`t Pull Your Love" - Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds
Stuckeybowl background music when Molly enters to see Ed at the beginning of the episode.

* "Yellow" - Cold Play
During the `Most Talented Stuckeyvilleian` Contest.

* "Love Will Find A Way" - Pablo Cruise
Stuckeybowl background music as Phil polishes his unicycle.

* "Lonely Day" - Phantom Planet
Background music

* "Backwater" - Meatpuppets
Background music

Episode 46: Human Nature

* "Electric Avenue" - Eddy Grant
Played in Ed`s car during the $10 bet.

* St. Monday - Billy Bragg
in the opening sequence

Episode 47: Ms. Stuckeyville

Episode 48: The Road

* "On The Road Again" - Willie Nelson
Ed goes on the road to `escape`.

Episode 49: Charlotte and Wilbur

* "Do You Wanna Dance?" - The Ramones
Ed & Wanda`s second jitterbug practice session

* "Dream a Little Dream of Me" - The Mamas & the Papas
End scene with Carol & Dad on couch watching home movies

Episode 51: The Divorce

* It`s Raining Men - The Weather Girls
during the 10 dollar bet

Episode 52: May The Best Man Win

* "Games People Play" - Joe South
during Martino`s bachelor party

* "If You Break Down" - Ellis Paul
at the end while Ed calls Jennifer

Episode 53: The Wedding

* "F-Stop Blues" - Jack Johnson
during Warren & Stella`s conversation in the cemetery

* "Truth about Romeo" - Pancho`s Lament
at Stuckeybowl while Carol introduces Stella

Episode 54: Trapped

* "Buckets Of Rain" - Bob Dylan
Song at the end.

* Jenifa (Taught Me) - De La Soul
Played during Mike`s breakdancing session

Episode 55: Makeovers

* Santa Claus is Coming to Town - Bruce Springsteen
during the Stuckeybowl holiday party

Episode 56: Neighbors

* "Neighbors" - Rolling Stones
during Mike`s "rescue" from the storm drain

Episode 57: Frankie

* "Everybody Eats" - Cab Calloway
Song at the end while Diane, Mark and Warren dine on the huge feast.

Episode 59: Partners

* "Say You, Say Me" - Lionel Richie
At Toby the Comptroller`s house.

* "Stuck On You" - Lionel Richie
At Toby`s house.

Episode 60: Hyenas & Wildebeests

* "The Tide Is High" - Blondie
Song at the end in The Smiling Goat.

Episode 61: The Case

* "The Rainbow" - Apples In Stereo
While Molly visits the firehouse.

Episode 62: Blips

* "Everybody Is A Star" - Sly & The Family Stone

* "Lucky Strike" - Capitol Years

Episode 63: Good Advice

* "Oh Sherrie" - Steve Perry
Warren`s `customized` song to Stella on his ghetto blaster.

Episode 64: Captain Lucidity

* "I Can`t Go For That (No Can Do)" - Hall & Oates
Hall & Oates playing live in Stuckeybowl during Ed`s lucid dream.

Episode 65: Business As Usual

Episode 66: Babysitting

* "Stop Your Sobbing" - The Pretenders
During Sara`s sob-fest.

Episode 67: Second Chances

* "Fight Test" - The Flaming Lips
During the teaser.

* "Our Lips Are Sealed" - The Go Gos
Background music at the Smiling Goat.

Episode 69: The Movie

Episode 70: The Decision

* Chinese Apple - Loose Fur
during Ed.s montage of scenes remebering his past with Carol, while searching for her

* "Chinese Apple" - Loose Fur
While Ed looks for Carol.

Episode 71: New School

* "Hot Child In The City" - Nick Gilder
In Stuckeybowl as background music.

* "Drive" - The Cars
Background music at the Smiling Goat.

* "These Days" - Ron Sexsmith
At the end of the episode.

Episode 72: New Car Smell

* "A MOMENT LIKE THIS" - Kelly Clarkson, Thankful
Final Scene

Episode 73: The Dream

* "Candida" - Tony Orlando and Dawn
From " The Definitive Collection"

Episode 74: History Lessons

* You couldnt stop me - Paige 23
www.paige23.com

Episode 75: Death, Debt, & Dating

* Come Sail Away - Styx

* Natural Woman - Me first and the gimee gimmees

Episode 76: The Offer

* I was on the moon - Apollo Sunshine

* Takin care of Business - BTO

* Life Goes On - Echo and the Bunnymen

Episode 77: Goodbye Stuckeyville

* No better place - The fountains of wayne

* Hasnt Hit me yet - Blue Rodeo

Episode 78: Therapy

* "Friendly Ghost" - Eels
During the pool scene montage

Episode 79: The Proposal

* "Question" - Old 97`s
while Ed filled Carol`s list of favorite things

* "Rock the Boat" - The Hues Corporation
during Ed & Carol`s dinner at the Smiling Goat

Episode 80: Just A Formality

Episode 82: Home for Christmas

Episode 83: The Process

* "Amateur" - Aimee Mann
Played as Carol watches her friends at the engagement party and ponders the elopement decision.

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