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Regular Show is an American animated television series created by J. G. Quintel (formerly a creative director for The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack). The series was originally developed as a short for Cartoon Network's unaired Cartoonstitute show, and features characters loosely based on those from Quintel's student films The Naïve Man from Lolliland and 2 in the AM PM. It was green-lit on August 13, 2009 by Cartoon Network and debuted on September 6, 2010. The series was renewed for a third season in late 2010 and premiered on September 19, 2011. The episode "Stick Hockey" is marked as the first episode of the third season.


Two 23-year-old friends, a blue jay named Mordecai and a raccoon named Rigby, are employed as groundskeepers at a park and spend their days trying to slack off and entertain themselves by any means. This is much to the chagrin of their boss Benson (a high-tempered living gumball machine), along with their co-worker Skips (a yeti); but to the delight of Pops (a naïve, lollipop-shaped gentleman whose father Mr. Maellard owns the park). Their other co-workers, Muscle Man (an overweight green man) and High Five Ghost (a ghost with a hand extending from the top of his head) serve as rivals to Mordecai and Rigby. As stated before, the show usually revolves around Mordecai's and Rigby's attempts to avoid work and enjoy themselves; however, they o
ftentimes have to pay for their irresponsible actions, as they always get into more trouble than they thought. This typically results in Mordecai and Rigby going through bizarre and surrealistic misadventures.

Main charactersEdit

The lead characters, Mordecai and Rigby.=Mordecai= Voiced by

J. G. Quintel

Voice Of Mordecai

A 23-year-old blue jay, who is best friends with Rigby. Together, Mordecai and Rigby are employed as groundskeepers at a park, but they are both lazy and rarely get their jobs done. Mordecai is more conscientious, mature and moral about his actions, but he tends to go along with Rigby's mischief as a result of rivalry. He can also get jealous at times, causing him to get angry. One time, he killed Rigby, but wished him back. Mordecai enjoys playing punchies against Rigby, knowing Rigby always loses. Sometimes, Mordecai just simply punches Rigby when he's angry. Mordecai has a major crush on Margaret, the waitress at the local café. He was originally in the short film 2 in the AM PM, which was also created by Quintel. [1][2]J.G. Quintel, creator of the show and voice of Mordecai===Rigby=== Voiced by William Salyers

A 23-year-old raccoon, who is best friends with Mordecai. Rigby is eccentric, immature, and extremely mischievous, which puts him at

Voice of Rigby

odds with Mordecai at times. Rigby lives solely for self-gratification, which he sometimes achieves through selfish acts of lying or cheating; but consequentially, Rigby has a bad habit of getting himself and other people in trouble. In fact, many of the problems that the park employees face appear to be (mostly) Rigby's fault. Nevertheless, he is best friends with Mordecai and often relies on him for getting himself out of trouble, though there have been times where he's saved Mordecai. He has a younger brother named Don who he is jealous of due to people often mistaking him for the older brother due to Don being taller and larger. He was killed three times in Season 2, once by Mordecai, another time by Snowballs the Ice Monster, and once by Skips.


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Voice of Benson

Voiced by Sam Marin

A living gumball machine. Benson is the manager of the park, employed under Mr. Maellard and is also the employer of Mordecai and Rigby. The two frequently infuriate Benson due to their constant slacking and mischief, and as such he has limited trust for them, even though it's his responsibility since their mistakes happen on his time. He is a responsible and hardworking employee, the exact opposite of Mordecai and Rigby. Benson is very hot-tempered and sarcastic, and is prone to fits of rage (turning red whenever this happens). However, Benson loosened up a bit after "Benson Be Gone", having gained some degree of understanding for them; in the same episode, Benson (temporarily) became a slacker, before reverting back to his old responsible self. He was originally in the short film 2 in the AM PM, which was also created by Quintel, and the voice also done by Marin.


Voiced by Mark Hamill

Voice of Skips

A yeti who is apparently far older than he seems. Granted the power of immortality, he is destined to perform a ceremonial dance every year on his birthday. He works out frequently, and as indicated by his name, he "skips" when he moves. Skips' personality seems rather indifferent, but he is always willing to help Mordecai and Rigby whenever they get themselves into trouble. He tends to be the solution to many of the problems Mordecai and Rigby cause, usually by means of some sort of contraption he rigs up instantaneously. Skips appears to be very experienced and knowledgeable; whenever Mordecai and Rigby cause trouble, he says "I've seen this before", and then proposes a solution to the problem (implying that Skips used to be much like Mordecai and Rigby).

Pops MaellardEdit

A naïve lollipop-shaped man who is almost always in a jolly mood. He tends to be overly ecstatic about every situation, and expresses himself as an upright gentleman to the point where he overly extends his words and sentences formally. Despite being an elderly man, Pops is very childlike and naïve about the world around him; therefore, he serves as somewhat of a non sequitur character. He also seems to like Mordecai and Rigby more than Benson, ironically, despite Mordecai and Rigby's irresponsible behavior and Benson's more responsible behavior. Pops' father, Mr. Maellard, owns the park. Even so, Pops relies on Benson for the upkeep of the park. Benson also seems to be responsible for taking care of Pops, due to his childlike nature. Pops' character is taken from Quintel's short animation The Naïve Man from Lolliland.

He is voiced by Sam Marin.
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Mitch "Muscle Man" SorensteinEdit

Voiced by Sam Marin

Another groundskeeper at the park. Mitch Sorenstein (better known by his nickname "Muscle Man") is an obese, dwarfish, green-skinned man (ironic given his nickname). His behavior seems quite erratic and immature. Muscle Man believes himself to be macho and superior to everyone, constantly disrespecting Mordecai and Rigby and referring to them as "ladies". He is always cracking "My mom!" jokes (botched attempts at "Your mom!" jokes), much to the chagrin of everyone else (except his best friend High Five Ghost, who enjoys them). In the episode "Muscle Woman", his real name is revealed to be Mitch Sorenstein.

High Five GhostEdit

Voiced by Jeff Bennett (early episodes), later J. G. Quintel

A ghost with a hand on his head. High Five Ghost is best friends with Muscle Man. He is frequently shown giving Muscle Man a high five to accompany his "My Mom!" jokes. When he talks, he uses a quivery and high voice.

Secondary charactersEdit


Voiced by Janie Haddad

A robin who works at a local coffee shop. She is kind and respectful to both Mordecai and Rigby, but may be unaware that Mordecai has a crush on her. A running gag on the show is that she appears to have a new boyfriend almost every episode she is in, much to Mordecai's chagrin.


Voiced by Minty Lewis

A mole who also works at the local coffee shop alongside with Margaret. She has a crush on Rigby, but he is unaware of it. She first appeared in the episode "Brain Eraser". She also appears in "Do Me a Solid", where Rigby learns of Eileen's crush on him (even though Rigby is not interested in Eileen), though he goes along with it for a while.

Mr. Maellard
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Voiced by David Ogden Stiers

A lollipop man like his son Pops, who owns the park and is the boss of Benson. He first appeared in "Dizzy". Maellard is very impatient towards Benson (similar to Benson's impatience towards Mordecai and Rigby), and Maellard blames Mordecai's and Rigby's shenanigans on Benson (as he expects Benson to take responsibility for Mordecai and Rigby as park manager). He mistakes Benson's name a lot in some of the episodes he is in. Maellard finally got Benson's name right (and starts to respect him as well) in "Benson Be Gone", due to Benson coming to his rescue when he was captured by Susan (a woman whom Mr. Maellard had hired as the park manager after demoting Benson), and also gave Benson his old job back.


Main article: List of Regular Show episodesSeason 1 began on September 6, 2010 with the episode "The Power" and ended on November 22, 2010 with "Mordecai and the Rigbys". There was a pilot of the series that aired on Cartoon Network Video, an extended remake was aired on July 11, 2011. Season 2 began on November 29, 2010 with "Ello Gov'nor" and ended on August 1, 2011 with "Karaoke Video". Furthermore, the series has been renewed for a 40-episode third season and premiered on September 19, 2011 with the episode "Stick Hockey".

Awards and nominationsEdit

Award Category Result
2011 Annie Awards Best Animated Television Production for Children Nominated
Award Category Result
2011 Emmy Awards Outstanding Short-format Animated Program Nominated

Critical receptionEdit

Devin D. O'Leary of's "Idiot Box" column gave the show a favorable review, saying that its theme felt like a workplace sitcom and that the "parade of super-strange characters" added to the show's humor. He compared the show to Beavis and Butt-head. PopMatters critic Chris Conaton gave the show a six-out-of-ten rating, saying that it was "mildly amusing." His review praised Quintel's and Salyers' voice acting, but thought that the humor was derivative of Beavis and Butt-Head and The Ren & Stimpy Show. Metacritic has given the show an 8.7 rating, noting the comedy as its high points. Season 1: 2010

This season consists of 12 episodes. It premiered on September 6, 2010 (with "The Power") and ended on November 22, 2010 (with "Mordecai and the Rigbys").

Ep # Title Written and Storyboarded By Original airdate Production code Viewers (in millions)
1 "The Power" J.G. Quintel September 6, 2010 (2010-09-06) 101 2.097

Rigby steals a magic keyboard from a preoccupied sorcerer. When Mordecai and Rigby accidentally make a hole in the wall while wrestling an action figure, they use the keyboard to make Pops and Benson give them raises to try to pay for it. They then decide to instead use the magic keyboard to give them everything they want, though they accidentally send Skips to the Moon with it along with other random items. They must now rescue Skips, while fleeing from a monster at the same time. Rating: TV-PG

2 "Just Set Up the Chairs" Sean Szeles Shion Takeuchi September 13, 2010 (2010-09-13) 104 1.903

While preparing for a birthday party, Mordecai and Rigby are assigned to set up chairs, and the two try to get the job done to prove to Benson they are not slackers. At first, Mordecai wants to concentrate on the task, but Rigby persuades him to play old arcade games they find in a locked shed. Rigby finds a game, Destroyer of Worlds, and ignores Skips' warning of connecting the two wires. This unleashes an 8-bit demon, "The Destroyer of Worlds", who, as his name intends, tries to destroy the world. Meanwhile, Muscle Man and High-Five Ghost are assigned to pick up the Special Entertaniment, but soon find out the difficult way to do it when they find out the entertainment is a talking horse and a drunken clown. Rating: TV-PG-V

3 "Caffeinated Concert Tickets" J.G. Quintel Mike Roth September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20) 102 1.715

Mordecai and Rigby work overtime in order to get tickets to a Fist Pump concert. While working, they drink lots of coffee to keep them active. When they run out of coffee, they agree to get some more with the help of a giant coffee bean and his translator (also interested in the concert), in exchange for tickets for them as well. Mordecai and Rigby buy tickets for themselves; but when they fail to buy tickets for the coffee bean and the translator, the two steal Mordecai and Rigby's tickets. Mordecai and Rigby race against them as they try to get the tickets back, and also to arrive at the concert on time.

Rating: TV-PG

Guest voices: S. Scott Bullock as the Giant Coffee Bean Songs: "Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy

4 "Death Punchies" J.G. Quintel Mike Roth Jake Armstrong September 27, 2010 (2010-09-27) 105 1.980]

Tired of Mordecai always beating him at punchies and getting his way, Rigby decides to learn the martial art of "Death Kwon Do". He goes to the Death Kwon Do dojo to become stronger, but when the manager tells Rigby that he is not pure-of-heart, he steals the instructions for the "Death Punch" and learns it. Rigby decides to try out the move on unsuspecting people as he prepares for his revenge against Mordecai. Later, when Mordecai learns of Rigby's plan, he also decides to steal some Death Kwon Do moves in order to stop him.

Rating: TV-PG-V Song: "You're the Best" By Joe Esposito.

5 "Free Cake" Kat Morris Paul Scarlata October 4, 2010 (2010-10-04) 106 2.095

Mordecai and Rigby try to seize an opportunity to eat a piece of cake, and it comes when they learn that Skips' birthday is coming soon. However, Skips secludes himself in a forest every year on the night of his birthday, so Mordecai plans to give Skips a surprise party. However, they interrupt him while he is doing a spiritual dance ritual. As it turns out, Skips had made a pact with the "Guardians of Eternal Youth", who were giving Skips the gift of immortality as long as he performed the spirit dance every birthday. Now that Mordecai and Rigby had broken Skips' pact, the Guardians kidnap Skips and kill him. It is up to Mordecai and Rigby to save him and bring him to the surprise party before his time runs out. Rating: TV-PG

6 "Meat Your Maker" Sean Szeles Shion Takeuchi October 11, 2010 (2010-10-11) 107 1.866

While everyone prepares for the park's annual barbecue, things go awry when Rigby accidentally burns Benson's hot dogs (even though Benson told Rigby not to). Mordecai gets mad at Rigby because he thinks that Benson will blame it on him. Mordecai and Rigby search for more hot dogs in the freezer, but Rigby accidentally traps them inside and breaks the thermostat, causing Mordecai to go unconscious. Rigby carries Mordecai's body and finds more hot dogs (that are alive), and they help them escape from the freezer. However, the talking hot dogs reveal their real intentions: to eat everyone as revenge for their fallen fellow hot dogs.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voices: Tim Curry as the leader of the talking hot dogs

7 "Grilled Cheese Deluxe" Sean Szeles Shion Takeuchi October 18, 2010 (2010-10-18) 108 2.163

Mordecai and Rigby are assigned to get a grilled cheese sandwich for Benson while playing a game to see who is the better liar. Mordecai and Rigby pretend to be astronauts, and they even fool a pair of real astronauts and their coworkers. However, they soon get themselves involved in a serious problem: trying to prevent a sample of antimatter at a space center laboratory from destroying the city (while pretending to be antimatter experts). The astronauts begin to tell Mordecai that he must throw Rigby into the antimatter, killing Rigby, but stopping the antimatter from destroying the city. Mordecai and Rigby now must think of a way to penetrate the antimatter without harming themselves.

Rating: TV-PG Song: "Lies" by The Thompson Twins.

8 "The Unicorns Have Got to Go" Kat Morris Paul Scarlata October 25, 2010 (2010-10-25) 109 2.417

Mordecai buys a new cologne to attract Margaret (Mordecai's crush) instead of buying the video game "Strong Johns" with Rigby like he promised. But instead, the cologne attracts a gang of trouble-making unicorns. The unicorns "help" Mordecai attract Margaret, but only make him feel embarrassed so they can get a laugh out of it. At nighttime, the unicorns throw a party at the park, wrecking everything, and locking Benson in the closet. Mordecai, Rigby, Benson, and Skips must then devise a plan to get rid of the unicorns. Rating: TV-PG-V

9 "Prank Callers" J.G. Quintel Mike Roth Kent Osborne November 1, 2010 (2010-11-01) 110 2.088

After watching videos of the Master Prank Caller, Mordecai and Rigby decide to make prank phone calls. They prank call Benson, but he breaks the house phone. They use Pops' cell phones so they could prank the Master Prank Caller numerous times, although they fail to fool him (and only make him increasingly annoyed). Eventually, he calls Mordecai and Rigby and sends them to 1982. Mordecai and Rigby must then engage in a battle of prank calls against the Master Prank Caller to send them back to the present.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Tim Curry as the Master Prank Caller

10 "Don" Benton Connor Kat Morris J.G. Quintel November 8, 2010 (2010-11-08) 111 2.085]

The park is about to be audited, with all of its property to be confiscated if the taxes are not paid by 3:00 PM. The park employees call Rigby's younger (yet taller) brother Don, a friendly accountant, to manage the taxes. Rigby is jealous of Don, whose likable personality takes the attention away from him. When Don arrives, he starts to give the workers sugar (hugs), and all of the employees enjoy him. Rigby shows up in Don's room, and Don wants Rigby to give him sugar, but he refuses, causing Don to start a football game. When the audit is almost fixed, Don asks Rigby for sugar, but he refuses again, and tells Don that he messed up his life by being born. Don is struck heavily by this insult and leaves, saddened. Rigby then tries to manage the audit himself, but he (having no knowledge of accountancy) does it incorrectly. The audit begins and the park starts to get deleted like a computer program. It's up to Mordecai and Rigby to try and bring Don back to stop the audit.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Julian Dean as Don

11 "Rigby's Body" J.G. Quintel Mike Roth November 15, 2010 (2010-11-15) 103 1.933]

Mordecai and Rigby are hired to do a snack bar shift, but they soon find out that the job is boring. However, Pops tells the duo that he gets free snacks, so Mordecai and Rigby take advantage of that. However, they eat so much junk food that their stomach hurts. Mordecai decides to eat healthy for a day, but Rigby still eats junk food. In the middle of the night, his body quits on him, and Rigby becomes a disembodied consciousness. Mordecai, Rigby and Skips decide to look for Rigby's body, because if Rigby doesn't get his body back by sunset, he will stay a disembodied consciousness forever. Meanwhile, a bodybuilder's disembodied consciousness (whose body quit on him for working out too hard) takes over Rigby's body, and now Rigby must regain his body to himself before the sun sets.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Jeff Bennett as the bodybuilder.

12 "Mordecai and the Rigbys" Sean Szeles Shion Takeuchi November 22, 2010 (2010-11-22) 112 2.028

When Mordecai and Rigby order T-shirts for their non-existent band (Mordecai and the Rigbys), Margaret mistakes them for actual musicians. Mordecai, who wishes to impress Margaret, decides to go along with this misunderstanding by forming a real "Mordecai and the Rigbys" band. Margaret asks Mordecai to play at the Open Mic concert and Mordecai agrees. However, neither Mordecai nor Rigby have any idea how to play music. They play one of Pops' old records, but when Rigby spills soda on the electrical wire, Mordecai and Rigby's future selves (who became successful musicians) arrive. Future Mordecai and Future Rigby teach their present selves how to become musicians, but Mordecai and Rigby still need to learn how to play guitar. Future Mordecai and Future Rigby give Mordecai and Rigby electrical picks, and Mordecai and Rigby perform excellent, but soon conflict is ignited when Present Mordecai and Present Rigby learn that they were duped into lip-synching.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Paul F. Tompkins as the voice on Pops' "How To Be A Musician - with Sir Geoffrey" instructional records.

Season 2: 2010-11Edit

Season 2 began on November 29, 2010 (with "Ello Gov'nor") and ended on August 1, 2011 (with "Karaoke Video").

Ep # Title Written and Storyboarded By Original airdate Production code Viewers (in millions)
13 "Ello Gov'nor" Sean Szeles Shion Takeuchi November 29, 2010 (2010-11-29) 201 2.067

Mordecai and Rigby watch an old British horror movie, Ello Gov'nor, featuring an evil ghost taxi. Despite being a low-budgeted work of fiction, Rigby gains a paranoid fear of the evil taxi, and believes he sees it everywhere he goes. Meanwhile, Mordecai tries to make Rigby overcome his fears. After a number of attempts, Mordecai and Rigby take a ride in Pops' taxi. However, the evil taxi appears out of nowhere and chases Mordecai, Rigby, and Pops. Rigby must overcome his fears to save himself and his friends.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Paul F. Tompkins as the video store employee

14 "It's Time" Benton Connor Calvin Wong January 3, 2011 (2011-01-03) 202 1.676

Rigby is annoyed by Mordecai when he chooses to take Margaret to a chick-flick instead of seeing the new horror movie Zombie Dinner Party, so when they discover Margaret is moving, they decide to help. However, Mordecai becomes extremely jealous when Rigby's sense of humor manages to get a date with Margaret to see Zombie Dinner Party. Mordecai tries to prevent Rigby from getting to his date on time by destroying all the clocks they have in a microwave oven. This causes the two to be transported to another dimension, where they are both holding on to the microwave. Mordecai gets mad at Rigby after he insults him, and pushes him off the microwave, disintegrating and killing him. Now, Mordecai must meet a clocked being called Father Time, so he can reverse time and bring Rigby back to life.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voices: Alan Sklar as Father Time

15 "Appreciation Day" Kat Morris Paul Scarlata January 10, 2011 (2011-01-10) 203 2.132]

Everyone at the park except Mordecai and Rigby receive appreciation plaques, as Benson remarks that the two only "slack off and mess up". They try to persuade Benson, but they always mess up when he is around, so Mordecai and Rigby decide to write false stories in Benson’s park records book to make themselves look better. The two write that they're Benson's favorite employees, that they served him pancakes, worked hard on their chores, and that they helped an injured Skips while fighting "Snowballs the Ice Monster" during a blizzard. However, Mordecai and Rigby soon realize that everything they wrote in the book becomes reality. Snowballs the ice monster comes to life and begins to wreak havoc around the park. Benson starts to give Mordecai and Rigby their plaques, but they take his book instead. They start to change their story, but Snowballs steals the book from Mordecai. As Rigby tries to retrieve the cover of the book, he is eaten and killed by Snowballs. Now it is up to Mordecai to rewrite the book and turn everything back to normal. Rating: TV-PG

16 "Peeps" Benton Connor Calvin Wong January 17, 2011 (2011-01-17) 204 1.980

Enraged at Mordecai and Rigby's constant slacking, Benson orders the "Peeps" surveillance system to force them into working. But when Mordecai and Rigby keep trying to circumvent the surveillance system, Benson keeps upgrading his subscription until he mistakenly summons Peeps — a giant eyeball, who spies on everyone and scares them. Now, Mordecai challenges Peeps to a staring contest; if Mordecai wins, Peeps must leave. If Peeps wins, he will harvest everyone's eyes.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Richard McGonagle as Peeps

17 "Dizzy" Sean Szeles Shion Takeuchi January 24, 2011 (2011-01-24) 205 1.947]

Mr. Maellard (Pops' father and the owner of the park) expects his son to give an important speech. However, Pops suffers from stage fright. So, Mordecai and Rigby try to help Pops. After a while, they suggest that Pops should spin around. Pops succeeds in ridding himself of his nervousness; however, he becomes dizzy and falls into unconsciousness. Pops' mind enters a strange place, where it is illegal to give speeches (much to his joy). Skips then sends Mordecai and Rigby into Pops' mind, so Mordecai and Rigby must then convince a reluctant Pops to wake up so he can give the speech. However, Pops discovers he likes this dimension, and makes a speech on how he cannot give a speech, and how he is fine with that, but Iacedrom and Ybgir (Mordecai and Rigby's alternate selves) begin to attack Pops, who has broken the law. Mordecai and Rigby must rescue Pops from the alternate dimension so Pops can make his speech.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: David Ogden Stiers as Mr. Maellard

18 "My Mom" Kat Morris January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31) 206 1.833

When Mordecai and Rigby fail at retrieving a lemon tree from the park nursery, Benson has Muscle Man and High Five Ghost supervise them. Mordecai and Rigby hate having to put up with Muscle Man and High-Five, especially Muscle Man's "My Mom" jokes. After spending the day with them, Mordecai and Rigby decide that they are very fun to be around. Mordecai still cannot put up with Muscle Man's jokes, however, and tells him that he doesn't say the joke right. Mordecai proceeds to tell "Your Mom" jokes, and Rigby soon joins in. Muscle Man becomes infuriated and calls on his brother John to teach Mordecai and Rigby a very important lesson.

Rating: TV-PG

Guest voices: Steven Blum as John, and Tiny Lister as Bobby Song: "Nothin' But a Good Time" by Poison.

19 "High Score" Sean Szeles February 7, 2011 (2011-02-07) 207 2.012

Mordecai and Rigby are fed up with the disrespect they receive, from Benson giving them their payment in sandwich bags to two rude kids making fun of them and knocking them over with their skateboards, so they decide to beat the two rude kids’ high scores at an arcade game (Broken Bonez). They start out embarrassing, but they soon pick up and break the world record. Nevertheless, now they must compete against the game’s greatest player — Garrett Bobby Ferguson, a giant bearded face who arrives from another world to defend his high score (#1 in the universe).

Rating: TV-PG

Song: "Hangin' Tough" by New Kids on the Block. Note: This is the first episode to air at 8:30 PM.

20 "Rage Against the TV" J.G. Quintel Mike Roth John Infantino February 14, 2011 (2011-02-14) 208 2.587

Mordecai and Rigby are about to beat "The Hammer", the supposedly unbeatable final boss in their new video game, when the TV breaks. They ask around, hoping someone will loan them another TV. Skips says he doesn't have one, Pop's "television" ends up being a simple radio, Muscle Man breaks his TV, and Benson refuses to give his to Mordecai and Rigby. They go to the TV warehouse, and end up with a cheap television that doesn't connect with the outlets. Since Skips, Pops, Muscle Man, and High-Five all wish to see "The Hammer", they work together to make a working TV, using various parts from their broken sets. However, this unleashes "The Hammer" into the real world, and everyone must help to stop him.

Rating: TV-PG-V Guest voice: Roger Craig Smith as Jimmy

21 "Party Pete" Benton Connor Calvin Wong February 21, 2011 (2011-02-21) 209 2.334

When Benson takes the night off, Mordecai and Rigby decide to throw a party. When it gets off on a rocky start, they seek the help of Party Pete, a playboy, to get their party going. But after a suspicious call to the house, Benson drives to the park to investigate. Mordecai and Rigby try to end the party, but they soon learn the hard way that Party Pete is unstoppable when drinking "RadiCola" soda.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Jeff Bennett as Party Pete

22 "Brain Eraser" Kat Morris February 25, 2011 (2011-02-25) 210 1.551

When delivering his Mustache Monthly magazine, Mordecai accidentally sees Pops naked and the image is stuck in his head. Rigby decides to help out by showing him a supernatural anime tape (Planet Chasers: Starlight Excellent). In turn, the anime tape removes Mordecai's mind and sends it into the tape. As Mordecai is now (literally) mindless, Rigby and Skips watch the tape, and they too get sent inside it. Now, they must erase Mordecai's memory of naked Pops and then save him from being inside the tape.

Rating: TV-PG

Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as the Movie Shack Hut worker

Note: This is the only new episode to air on a Friday. Note: J. G. Quintel was surprised this episode made it through Cartoon Network censors and feared it would air only once. However, he was proven wrong.

23 "Benson Be Gone" John Infantino February 28, 2011 (2011-02-28) 211 1.868

After Mordecai and Rigby cause one calamity too many at the park, Mr. Maellard blames Benson (believing that Benson, as park manager, must accept the blame for everything that happens). Maellard demotes Benson to work alongside Mordecai and Rigby, hiring a woman named Susan as the new manager. After Benson gets a taste of Mordecai and Rigby's lifestyle, he too becomes a slacker and promptly gets fired. He meets a hobo named Leon who used to be the park manager , and after hearing his lifestyle, is disgusted by slacking, and tries to get his job back. But the situation is complicated when Susan turns out to be a high-tempered demon, who is turning the park employees into clones of herself. Now, it's up to Benson to save the day.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voices: Steven Blum as Leon, April Stewart as Susan, and David Ogden Stiers as Mr. Maellard

24 "But I Have a Receipt" Kat Morris Minty Lewis March 7, 2011 (2011-03-07) 212 1.749

Mordecai and Rigby try to return a mediocre role-playing board game (The Realm of Darthon) to a grumpy store manager. But when the manager refuses to give a refund, the duo try to retaliate by pointing out the board game's imperfections to oncoming customers. After driving out his last customer, the enraged store manager traps Mordecai and Rigby in the game and it's up to them to escape and get their refund.

Rating: TV-PG-V Guest voice: Roger Craig Smith as the game store manager

25 "This Is My Jam" Sean Szeles March 28, 2011 (2011-03-28) 213 2.518

Rigby has an annoying song stuck in his head, much to the chagrin of him and Mordecai. Mordecai helps Rigby as they try to get the song out of his head, but find it very difficult. Rigby then becomes so addicted to the song causing him to be hypnotized to the song and is pupils in his eyes become wide and the song itself plays out of rigby's mouth. Eventually, Rigby takes a nap and manages to remove the song from his head; however, the song comes to life in the form of a humanoid cassette tape with eyeglass shades, and annoys everyone. Now, all the park employees unite and write their own cheesy song, titled Aw, Snap! to try and defeat the Summertime song. The two songs clash, and in the middle of the duel, Benson comes off to show off one of his unexpected skills on the drums. After the tape is defeated, Benson was about to discuss about how long he has been playing drums until rigby becomes addicted to singing the song Aw, Snap! Causing the the group to be depressed after the hard work they done to cure rigby from the Summertime Lovin song. Rating: TV-PG

26 "Muscle Woman" Benton Connor Calvin Wong April 4, 2011 (2011-04-04) 214 1.422

Muscle Man breaks up with his girlfriend, Starla, leaving him an emotional mess and unable to work. When Mordecai and Rigby are forced to pick up Muscle Man's jobs around the park, they attempt to reunite Muscle Man and Starla, until she begins to fall for Mordecai. Mordecai, who is disgusted by this, pretends to like Starla to try and get her and Muscle Man back together. When this doesn't work, Mordecai later admits to Starla his dislike of her. As a result, she angrily chases Mordecai and Rigby, destroying half the city along the way. Only Muscle Man can stop his crazy ex-girlfriend.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Courtenay Taylor as Starla

27 "Temp Check" Benton Connor Calvin Wong April 11, 2011 (2011-04-11) 215 1.689

Rigby hires a temp, Doug the river otter, to do his work for him. However, Doug befriends Mordecai, and Rigby is jealous when Mordecai begins to hang out with Doug more than Rigby. Worse, Rigby learns Doug's secret: that he is a shape-shifting criminal, who plans to turn himself into a clone of Rigby in order to impersonate and replace him. Benson decides to ask them both questions, and the person who fails will be turned in to the police. However, trouble ensues when Doug manages to win the truth of Mordecai and Benson.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voice: Roger Craig Smith as Doug

28 "Jinx" Sean Szeles Henry Yu April 18, 2011 (2011-04-18) 216 1.697

Mordecai jinxes Rigby, punching him every time he speaks. Rigby must then figure out how to un-jinx himself without talking in the presence of Mordecai. When he cannot get anyone to help him undo the jinx (by chanting his name three times), Rigby performs a forbidden "un-jinxing" ritual: he walks into a bathroom, turns on all the sinks, prints his name onto a mirror, and then chants his name three times. But instead, Rigby mistakenly releases a demonic werewolf clone of himself, named Ybgir. The demon Ybgir terrorizes the park, turning almost everyone into werewolf demons. This leaves Mordecai and Rigby to try and undo the ritual to send Ybgir back to the mirror, and turn everyone back to normal.

Rating: TV-PG-V

Guest voice: Roger Craig Smith as Ybgir Note: When Rigby performs the mirror ritual and Ybgir emerges from the mirror, it is an allusion to the Bloody Mary myth.

29 "See You There" J.G Quintel April 25, 2011 (2011-04-25) 217 1.742

Muscle Man invites everyone to High Five Ghost's birthday party, except for Mordecai and Rigby. They believe this is because of an incident that morning, when Rigby was choking and Mordecai's Heimlich maneuver caused the choke wad to splash soda in Muscle Man's face. Mordecai and Rigby try to crash the party, but they are denied access. High Five Ghost's brother, Low Five Ghost, turns Mordecai and Rigby into ghosts so they can phase through the party tent. However, High Five Ghost and his father tell them that they could get stuck as ghosts, and the only way to change back is to scare someone. Mordecai and Rigby scare Muscle Man, but he supposedly dies from a heart attack. However, Muscle Man awakens and confesses in a very shocking revelation to the party.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as Low Five Ghost, and Tiny Lister as Bobby

30 "Do Me a Solid" Kat Morris Minty Lewis May 2, 2011 (2011-05-02) 218 2.042

Mordecai and Rigby start to do "solids" (or favors) for each other. Skips warns them of their overuse of the solids, but Mordecai and Rigby ignore him. At the cafe, Eileen (a mole-girl who is infatuated with Rigby) asks Rigby if they could double date with Mordecai and Margaret. Seeing it as an opportunity to be with Margaret, Mordecai begs Rigby to "do him a solid" and go out with Eileen. Rigby eventually agrees, but only if Mordecai will do ten solids for him. During the date, Rigby uses his ten solids to ruin Mordecai's chances with Margaret. The tenth solid is so humiliating that Mordecai refuses to do it. After Mordecai refuses the solid, the house begins to break apart. Mordecai must do the solid, or the house, along with its inhabitants, will be destroyed. Rating: TV-PG

31 "Grave Sights" Benton Connor Calvin Wong May 9, 2011 (2011-05-09) 219 1.926

When suggestions to raise money for the park are in need, Mordecai and Rigby option that they host a scary movie night. They decide it could be shown in the park's run-down cemetery, as it is in need of repairs. Benson agrees, and promises the duo a paid day off if the plan works. Mordecai and Rigby rent Zombocalypse 3D, 3D glasses, and a classic film reel, while everyone else sets up. Thanks to Mordecai and Rigby's advertisements, the movie night sells out. However, during a mistake in the showing of the film, the movie reel short circuits and raises the corpses in the cemetery. The audience thinks that the zombies are special effects and are oblivious to the danger. Mordecai, Rigby, Skips, Muscle Man, and High-Five Ghost must all team up to take down the zombies and keep the movie night from being ruined.

Rating: TV-PG-V Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as the Movie Shack Hut manager, Jeff Bennett as the zombies and the Zombie Hunter (the protagonist of Zombacolypse 3D)

32 "Really Real Wrestling]" Sean Szeles May 16, 2011 (2011-05-16) 220 2.164

Mordecai and Rigby are bummed because they do not have tickets to a wrestling championship. They pretend to wrestle each other, but Pops, not understanding the situation, begins to wrestle Mordecai for real. He reveals that he used to wrestle when he was younger, and proceeds to produce two extra tickets to the championship match. He invites Mordecai and Rigby to go, and they decide to celebrate by wrestling with Pops 'for real.' However, during the scuffle, Pops hurts his back. Benson decides that none of them can go to the match, and orders Mordecai and Rigby to watch Pops instead. The duo soon decide to sneak out, but when they get there, they are shocked to find that Pops has not only snuck out as well, but found his way into the wrestling ring. Things get worse when Pops is mistaken for the wrestler Huge-Head, and things get even worse when the wrestler Four-Armageddon is offended by Mordecai's feelings on wrestling. Now Mordecai and Rigby must beat the wrestlers in the ladder match while making sure Pops is safe.] Rating: TV-PG-V

33 "Over the Top" Benton Connor Calvin Wong May 23, 2011 (2011-05-23) 222 1.957

Rigby is revealed to have died and Skips is the one to blame. After everyone leaves the room, Skips looks at Rigby and it flashes back to how he died. It all started during an employees-night out at McHooligans, Skips shows off his strength by arm-wrestling everyone. When he gets to Rigby, everyone is shocked when Rigby beats Skips. Ego bruised, Skips demands that he and Rigby have a rematch. Skips loses again. He proceeds to go slightly crazy, and even destroys Mordecai and Rigby's room, searching for "the trick" to Rigby's power. Mordecai reveals that Rigby is pranking Skips, and tells him about a device called the Playco Armboy, which gives the user superhuman arm strength. Skips storms to McHooligans and tells Rigby he wants another rematch. This time, he rips the Armboy off of Rigby and forces Rigby to arm-wrestle for real. The result kills Rigby, and Skips must now defeat Death in an arm-wrestling contest to win Rigby's soul back. If Skips wins, Death will revive Rigby. But if Death wins, he can kill Skips instead.

Rating: TV-PG-V Guest voice: Julian Holloway as Death

34 "The Night Owl" Kat Morris Minty Lewis May 30, 2011 (2011-05-30) 221 2.114

Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man, and High-Five Ghost team up to win a car in a radio contest hosted by the Night Owl, a radio talk show host. The four must remain on a billboard catwalk longer than the other contestants. They succeed to drive everyone off of the catwalk, but the Night Owl does not want the contest to end so quickly, as he wants to become famous for it. He tricks the four of them into thinking they all want the car for themselves, and freezes them in a fighting state with liquid nitrogen. They wake up in the year 4224, and discover that the Night Owl fooled them all. Now, they must team up to escape the museum that has been built around the contest and get back to their own time. Rating: TV-PG

35 "A Bunch of Baby Ducks" Kat Morris Minty Lewis June 6, 2011 (2011-06-06) 223 2.328

Mordecai and Rigby find four ducklings while cleaning the park fountain. The ducks imprint on Rigby, believing him to be their mother. Benson orders them to get rid of the ducks and go back to cleaning the pond. After the ducks learn a few (very violent) moves from Rigby, the duo decide that not just anybody can have ducks as cool as them. They post advertisements, but the only one who answers is a creepy man with an apparent duck fetish. After Mordecai and Rigby turn him away, the mother duck calls them and asks for her ducklings back. Mordecai and Rigby agree to meet her, but upon going back outside, they find that the duck collector has stolen the ducks. Mordecai and Rigby, along with the mother duck, must rescue the ducks from the man.

Rating: TV-PG Guest voices: Julian Holloway as the duck thief and Janie Haddad as the mother duck

36 "More Smarter" Calvin Wong Benton Connor June 13, 2011 224 2.190

Rigby creates a new drink, which he dubs "Rig-Juice". Mordecai insults him, leading to an argument between them about who is smarter. Mordecai boasts that he has been the smartest since Rigby dropped out of high school. Angered, Rigby tries to get a high school diploma, only to be kicked out of school altogether. He tries to apply for a diploma online, but instead finds an advertisement for Brain-Max, a elixir that gives the user an intelligence boost. He uses it to denounce Mordecai as the smarter of the duo, but after discovering Rigby's secret, Mordecai drinks the Brain-Max as well. They try to disprove each other as the smartest by writing equations and formulas all over the house, and taking multiple drinks from the brain boost formula. Benson comes in and tries to stop them, only to be presented with the duo speaking Latin. Mordecai and Rigby, however, see Benson and the others as caveman-like creatures that speak only in grunts. Mordecai and Rigby discover that they are now too smart for the world around them, and only Rigby's "Rig-Juice" can dumb them down to their normal selves. Rating: TV-PG

37 "First Day" J.G. Quintel July 11, 2011 225 2.634

This episode flashbacks on Mordecai and Rigby's first day at the park. They arrive in a new town and find an ad about the job in a newspaper, and they decide to join. Pops comes in and greets the two. He shows them their rooms, and then Mordecai and Rigby spend the night drinking soda. While they are eating breakfast, they notice Benson and Pops throwing away a chair that Mordecai and Rigby immediately both want. So, they play rock-paper-scissors in a competition over the chair. But after tying 100 times, they accidentally summon a tie-breaking-monster, who attempts to eat the chair.

Rating: TV-PG

Song: "I'm Alright" by Kenny Loggins Guest voice: Roger L. Jackson as the monster

Note: This episode is an extended remake of the show's original pilot episode.

38 "Go Viral Benton Connor Calvin Wong July 18, 2011 226 2.010

When Muscle Man and High Five Ghost are watching viral internet videos such as Old Man Horseshoes and Wedgie Ninja, Mordecai and Rigby say they can make a better video and they bet Muscle Man and High-Five $10 they can make a better video than them. Muscle Man and High-Five Ghost make three videos that each get 900,000 views, and taunt Mordecai on how they won already; however, when the week is almost over, Mordecai and Rigby call it double or nothing for the best video in one day, and Muscle Man and High-Five accept. Mordecai and Rigby then try to make a video of dropping a refrigerator on a trampoline, at the same time Pops jumps onto the trampoline. Pops then goes flying into another dimension, and Mordecai and Rigby follow him. They see that all the viral videos including Pops have been trapped by the Warden of the Internet, who only believes in Internet usage for school work and keeping in touch with family. Mordecai and Rigby then try to escape with all the viral videos, but the Warden tries to stop them. Mordecai and Rigby must now escape the warden's compound.

Song:"Hit Me With Your Best Shot" by Pat Benatar Rating: TV-PG

39 "Skunked]" J.G. Quintel Sean Szeles July 25, 2011 227 2.149

Mordecai and Rigby play Roadkill Bingo, where in order to get a Bingo, one has to pick up the dead roadkill animals on the bingo card. When Mordecai and Rigby get a bingo, they can stop working. Rigby finds a skunk in the middle of the road. He thinks he has a Bingo, but the skunk is alive, and he sprays Rigby, for the skunk was interrupted from his nap. This skunk is actually a Were-Skunk, and if one gets sprayed by it, they will transform into a Were-Skunk too. Rigby tries many cures to get the smell of the skunk away, but he starts to transform and attack Skips in Were-Skunk shape, which for a time he transforms into each time he gets angry. Rigby tries many remedies, including showers and coffee, both suggested by Skips. But at the coffee shop when Eileen laughs at Rigby, he transforms and begins to attack her. Ashamed at what he has become, Rigby runs off to find the Were-Skunk, who tells him that the cure is pineapple juice. On the way, Rigby's transformation begins, and when he rushes home, the Were-Skunk tells him that he lied so he could stall for time. Soon, Rigby's transformation is almost complete, and although Mordecai finds the correct cure- tomato paste, Rigby must battle the Were-Skunk so he can use the tomato paste and turn back to normal.

Guest voice: Paul F. Tompkins as the were-skunk Rating: TV-PG

40 "Karaoke Video" Sean Szeles Dennis Messner August 1, 2011 228 2.257

'Mordecai and Rigby spend a night at Carrey O'Key's Karaoke bar and sing live, but since they are so motivated by the audience, they accidentally begin trash-talking about Benson, Pops and Skips. Their speech is taped without their knowing and they are given a copy while the bar keeps a tape as a promo. The next morning, Mordecai and Rigby wake up and forget everything that happened. They watch the tape and, shocked at what had happened, destroy it, but the others see the cover of the tape and decide to go to the bar for a karaoke night. Mordecai and Rigby go with them and attempt to destroy the master tape before Benson, Skips and Pops see the promo. The barman tries to stop them, but ends up creating a bar fight. Mordecai and Rigby must retrieve the master tape before anyone gets to see it. 'Rating: TV-PG

Songs: We're Not Gonna Take It by Twisted Sister, sung by Mordecai and Rigby and Footloose by Kenny Loggins, sung by Pops. Guest voice: Richard McGonagle as Carrey O'Key

Season 3: 2011-12Edit

In November of 2010, Cartoon Network renewed Regular Show for a third season. Benton Connor confirmed that Season 3 will consist of 40 episodes.

Ep # Title Written and Storyboarded By Original airdate Production code Viewers (in millions)
41 "Stick Hockey" Sean Szeles Kat Morris September 19, 2011 (2011-09-19) 301 2.000

Mordecai and Rigby are slacking off again, this time with a stick hockey table. Benson finds out and makes a deal with the two--if they finish all their work, they can play stick hockey. However, Benson goes against his word and sells the stick hockey table to a thrift store, who sells it to a pawn shop. Mordecai and Rigby set out to retrieve the stick hockey table, and end up in a stick hockey tournament. Benson feels guilty about lying, so he goes over to the tournament, where he finds a beat-up Mordecai and Rigby. Benson comes out to face an old rival named Chong who had killed his best friend (another gumball machine). It's up to Benson to avenge his friend and save Mordecai and Rigby from Chong. Rating: TV-PG

42 "Bet to Be Blonde" Benton Connor Calvin Wong September 26, 2011 (2011-09-26) 302 1.991

'Mordecai and Rigby are playing a video game, and they make a bet that the person who loses has to style their hair like their video game character. However, Rigby feigns a stomachache, and he asks Mordecai for water. During this time, Rigby cheats and disconnects Mordecai's controller, causing him to lose. Mordecai dyes his hair blonde, and Rigby makes many "dumb blonde jokes" about Mordecai (Rigby mentioned he was going to start calling Mordecai "Blondecai"). However, Mordecai joins a blonde cult, and starts spending more time with the blondes and less time with Rigby. For his initiation into the club, he has to dump Rigby into a pool of amber liquid, killing him. The fate of his life is now in Rigby's hands- he could either choose to tell Mordecai that he cheated, or he could keep the secret to himself and die. 'Guest voice: Jeff Bennett and Roger Craig Smith as the blondes Rating: TV-PG

43 "Skips Strikes" Benton Connor Calvin Wong October 3, 2011 (2011-10-03) 303 2.079

While bowling with Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson, Skips strikes many times in bowling, causing their team, the "Park Strikers", to go to the championship. In the finals, they play against a team called the "Magical Elements", which consits of Death (from "Over the Top"), Gary, a Guardian of Eternal Youth (both from "Free Cake"), and a wizard (from "The Power"). However, Death tells Skips that if he plays in the tournament finals, then he will tell everyone Skips' secret. When the four leave the arena, Rigby realizes he forgot his towel, so he goes back inside the bowling arena, and Death tells Rigby that if the Park Strikers win, Rigby can have a bowling ball filled with souls, but if the Magical Elements win, Death claims their souls. Soon, the secret haunts Skips, and he decides to pack his things and run away. Rigby tells the Strikers about the bet, and the two yell at him. They soon pick Pops to be the last member of the team, but Pops is mediocre at best. Meanwhile, at a forest, Skips burns all of his bowling trophies, but when he sees a photo album, Skips' memories come back and he comes back to bowl. In the end, Skips needs a strike to win, but Death reminds him of the secret. The fate of his friends' souls is in Skips' hands- but at the same time, the secret of his is too. The secret is that his name was previously "Walks" and he changed it to Skips because he always skips around. Rating: TV-PG

44 "Terror Tales of the Park" J.G Quintel Ben Adams Andres Salaff

Sean Szeles Kat Morris

October 10, 2011 (2011-10-10) 304-306 TBA

A three-part Halloween special in which Pops, Muscle Man, and Rigby tell and try to prove the following stories are scarier than one another.

Creepy Doll (told by Pops): Mordecai and Rigby discover an old Victorian Doll that Pops has not played with or seen since he was a child and unwittingly unleash its pent up rage against him by wanting to draw on every-one's face.

Death Metal Crash Pit (told by Muscle Man): Muscle Man and High Five Ghost want to crash an old RV into a pit, but it is haunted by a 80s death metal band.

In the House (told by Rigby): Rigby eggs a suspicious house after not receiving candy from its owner. It is later discovered that the house is owned by a vengeful wizard.

NOTE: This is the first Halloween special and 30-minute episode. Rating: TV-PG-V

45 "Camping Can Be Cool" Kat Morris Sean Szeles October 17, 2011 (2011-10-17) 307 TBA
Mordecai argues the merits of camping with Margaret.
46 "Slam Dunk" October 24, 2011 (2011-10-24) 308 TBA