Regular Show is a beloved animated television show that aired on Cartoon Network from 2010 to 2017. It follows the adventures of two best friends, Mordecai the six-foot-tall blue jay and Rigby the hyperactive raccoon, as they try to entertain themselves while working at a park. With nine seasons, viewers have had a lot of episodes to choose from and have ranked some as the best. In this article, we will discuss the best episodes of Regular Show and why they are ranked so high.
The show has had a lot of great episodes over the years, but a few have stood out and become fan favorites. These episodes have been ranked for their creative storylines, memorable characters, and classic jokes. Some of the best episodes include "Journey to the Bottom of the Crash Pit," "The Christmas Special," "Skips Strikes," and "Rigby's Graduation Day Special."
Each of these episodes has something unique to offer viewers, whether it's an exciting adventure, a heartfelt story, or a laugh-out-loud moment. We will go into detail about what makes these episodes so special and why they are considered the best of the best.
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The finale episode of Regular Show, titled "The Power" left fans with an emotional yet satisfying conclusion. Mordecai and Rigby travel back to the first episode, and realize that they need to save Pops. In a selfless act, Pops sacrifices himself to save the universe. 25 years later, the entire park crew return to their friends and family, and Mordecai and Rigby reflect on Pops' sacrifice. The episode ends with Pops watching the series on VHS and his final words, "Jolly good show".
Fans of the show were moved by the bittersweet ending, and the recognition that childhood shows must come to an end. The episode received many positive comments, with many viewers praising the show for being so wholesome and for creating a great ending for a beloved classic. The episode was a tribute to the golden age of cartoons, from the 1990's to the 2010's, and many viewers expressed their sadness that these shows will eventually end. All that is left is for viewers to watch the movie, but for now, farewell to another great series from a better time.
The episode was rated 9.03 from 158 votes.
In the second part of Skips' story, Mordecai and Rigby learn the origins of Skips' immortality. After years of being an immortal, Skips was tested by a wizard in order to prove his worthiness to remain immortal. Through a series of magical tests, Skips was able to prove his worth and remain immortal.
In the end, Mordecai and Rigby learn the importance of friendship, when Skips reveals the wizard's final test was for Skips to find a true friend. It was this test that allowed Skips to remain immortal and it was his friendship with Mordecai and Rigby that made it possible. The episode ends with Skips thanking Mordecai and Rigby for being his friends and completing the test.
The episode was rated 8.68 from 105 votes.
Skips is an immortal being who works as the groundskeeper of the park where Mordecai and Rigby work. In this episode, Skips tells the two of them the story of how he became immortal. Skips claims that the source of his immortality is a magical stone that he found many years ago when he was out exploring the world. He tells them that he found the stone in a dark cave and that when he touched it, a powerful magical energy suddenly filled his body, granting him eternal life.
The story takes a turn when Skips reveals that the stone also brought with it a curse. He says that the magical energy that gave him immortality also cursed him with loneliness. He explains that since he is immortal, he can never die, but it also means that he can never find true companionship because no one else can share his life with him. This leads Mordecai and Rigby to sympathize with Skips and they vow to be his friends no matter what.
The episode was rated 8.61 from 107 votes.
In the episode "The Last LaserDisc Player" of Regular Show, Mordecai and Rigby embark on an exciting quest to obtain the last LaserDisc player in order to watch the director's cut of a cult classic. After a series of misadventures, the duo eventually find the LaserDisc player, only to discover that it doesn't work. In the end, however, they are saved by a mysterious figure and their quest is a success.
The episode is filled with humorous moments, as the guys get into all sorts of silly situations while searching for the LaserDisc player. From encountering a giant robot to being chased by an angry mob, Mordecai and Rigby's hilarious antics will keep viewers laughing. The episode also has a heartwarming ending, as the two friends come to understand the importance of friendship and loyalty.
The episode was rated 8.54 from 106 votes.
In the episode Exit 9B (2) of Regular Show, Mordecai and Rigby are tasked with saving their beloved park from certain doom. The rest of their friends have been brainwashed and it is up to the two of them to save the day. Mordecai and Rigby must use their wits and skills to outsmart the enemy and reverse the brainwashing.
As Mordecai and Rigby face the challenge of saving the park, they must bravely step up and do whatever it takes. Along the way, they must also come to terms with their own inner demons and rise above them. This episode really tests the limits of Mordecai and Rigby's friendship and loyalty.
The episode was rated 8.47 from 129 votes.
In the Regular Show episode "Eggscellent", Mordecai and Rigby visit a fast food restaurant called "Eggscellent". Mordecai is determined to win a free hat if he can finish eating a huge omelette, but Rigby is doubtful that he can do it. Mordecai is determined to prove Rigby wrong and eat the entire omelette.
Throughout the episode, Mordecai struggles to finish the omelette. He's tempted to quit multiple times, but the catchy theme song of the restaurant inspires him to keep going. He gets a little help from his friends, but in the end, Mordecai succeeds in finishing the omelette and wins the hat.
The episode is a great example of the show's unique blend of comedy and heart. Mordecai's determination to prove Rigby wrong and his friends' support of him are both uplifting and humorous. It's a great reminder that often times it's the little things, like a free hat, that can make a big difference.
The episode was rated 8.33 from 164 votes.
In the episode "Skips Vs. Technology" of the popular cartoon show Regular Show, Skips comes face to face with Mordecai and Rigby's lack of computer skills. Despite his lack of computer knowledge, Skips is determined to help the duo master technology.
The episode begins with Skips trying to show Mordecai and Rigby how to use the computer and perform tasks like sending emails and playing video games. Unfortunately, the duo's lack of computer savvy proves to be a huge obstacle. As the episode progresses, Skips gets increasingly frustrated with Mordecai and Rigby's lack of knowledge. Eventually, Skips is able to help them gain the skills they need to better use technology.
In the end, Skips is able to show Mordecai and Rigby that technology is not something to be feared and can be used in their everyday lives. This episode of Regular Show is a great example of how to use technology in a fun and entertaining way. It is a great reminder that technology can be a useful tool and should not be feared.
The episode was rated 8.31 from 143 votes.
Regular Show's episode "Mordecai and the Rigbys" follows Mordecai and Rigby's quest to create a band before their open mic night performance. After ordering matching t-shirts for a fake band, the two are determined to make it a reality. Mordecai and Rigby take on the challenge of learning to play instruments and writing a song in time for the show.
This episode is full of comedy and musical mayhem as Mordecai and Rigby try to make their dreams come true. Their efforts are complicated by their lack of musical experience, but that doesn't stop the two from trying. Through their hard work and determination, Mordecai and Rigby put together a set list and learn to play their instruments in time for the show. In the end, they manage to put on a great performance and prove that anything is possible with a little effort.
The episode was rated 8.29 from 238 votes.
Mordecai and Rigby are presented with a peculiar problem in the Regular Show episode "A Bunch of Full Grown Geese". A flock of geese have taken up residence in the park, and they are causing havoc. Mordecai and Rigby are tasked with getting rid of them, and the two set out on their mission with enthusiasm.
Throughout the episode, Mordecai and Rigby try a variety of methods to get rid of the geese, with hilarious results. From using a giant net to enlisting the help of a giant robot, nothing is off the table when it comes to getting rid of the geese. In the end, Mordecai and Rigby manage to finally get rid of the pesky birds, and the park returns to normal.
The episode was rated 8.25 from 140 votes.
In this episode of Regular Show, Mordecai finally musters up the courage to make his move and try to kiss Margaret. He has been harbouring feelings for her for a while, and he decides that he is going to take a chance and go for it. Unfortunately, things don't quite go as planned and Mordecai's attempt at a romantic kiss turns into a hilariously awkward moment.
The two of them try to recover from the embarrassing moment, and Mordecai is left feeling embarrassed and disappointed. This episode is a great source of comedic relief, as well as a reminder that sometimes when you take a risk, it doesn't always work out. It also serves as a reminder to not give up, as Mordecai eventually gets the chance to redeem himself.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 143 votes.
In the episode, "Weekend at Benson's" of Regular Show, Mordecai and Rigby find themselves in a precarious situation. They have been tasked with helping Benson to impress Audrey, but Chuck has other ideas and is determined to get in the way. Mordecai and Rigby must utilize their wits and cunning if they are to have any chance of succeeding in their goal.
The episode is full of antics and hijinks as Mordecai and Rigby try to outsmart and outmaneuver Chuck at every turn. The comedic elements are aplenty as the two friends do their best to stay one step ahead of their rival. They must also contend with Benson's eagerness to please Audrey and his own antics as the trio's plan to win her heart unfolds.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 170 votes.
In the Regular Show episode "A Bunch of Baby Ducks", Mordecai and Rigby are asked to clean the old fountain. While they are cleaning, they discover a bunch of baby ducks. Mordecai and Rigby take the baby ducks back to their home and attempt to care for them.
The two quickly realize that caring for the ducks is more difficult than they expected. They must find food for the ducks, clean their living space, and protect them from any potential danger. With Mordecai and Rigby's help, the baby ducks grow and thrive in their new home.
This episode of Regular Show is both funny and heart warming. While Mordecai and Rigby may not be the most responsible caretakers, their care for the ducks shows the heart and compassion that has become a cornerstone of the show. It is a great reminder of the importance of caring for the creatures around us.
The episode was rated 8.22 from 184 votes.
In the episode "Real Date" of Regular Show, Mordecai and C.J. want to go on a romantic date. Mordecai is ready for a perfect night out with C.J., but their plans quickly go awry. After all the wrong turns and misdirected plans, Mordecai and C.J. eventually find a way to make the night special.
Mordecai and C.J. try to find a place to eat, but they can't agree on anything. After some back and forth, Mordecai finally agrees to C.J.'s choice, only to have the restaurant close right after they arrive. With no other options, the two decide to take a spontaneous road trip to find a new place to eat. Along the way, they get lost in the woods and encounter some unexpected characters.
Ultimately, Mordecai and C.J. make it to the restaurant they were hoping to find and have a truly special night. Despite all the bumps in the road, Mordecai and C.J. manage to have a perfect date that neither of them will ever forget.
The episode was rated 8.22 from 105 votes.
In this episode of Regular Show, Mordecai and Rigby find themselves stuck in the middle of an epic battle between Pops and Anti-Pops. With allies from both sides rallying together, the forces are evenly matched, leaving Mordecai and Rigby with no choice but to jump between the factions. Things take an unexpected turn when Pops transforms into Super Saiyan Pops, giving him the strength to take on Anti-Pops.
The two forces clash in an intense battle, with neither one having the upper hand. Mordecai and Rigby desperately try to find a way to end the battle and finally succeed when they realize that Pops and Anti-Pops are actually two parts of the same being. By reconciling the two, the battle finally comes to an end.
The episode was rated 8.21 from 145 votes.
In the Regular Show episode "Fuzzy Dice," the gang sets out to get Pop's a special birthday present: fuzzy dice. They soon discover, however, that the only way to get the dice is to win them at a carnival game. Undeterred by the challenge, the gang ventures off to the carnival, determined to win the game and give Pop's the perfect birthday gift.
At the carnival, the gang meets their match when they come up against a talented local competitor. Despite their best efforts, they find themselves unable to win the game. Just when it seems like all hope is lost, the gang comes up with a plan to beat their rival and secure the fuzzy dice. In the end, the gang succeeds in their mission, and Pop's is delighted with his special birthday present.
The episode was rated 8.20 from 135 votes.
In the episode of Regular Show titled "Family BBQ", Mordecai is trying to make a good impression on Margaret's father. To do this, he attempts to shake hands with him. Unfortunately, Mordecai is quite clumsy and often gets in his own way. He tries multiple times to shake hands with Margaret's father, but to no avail.
Throughout the episode, Mordecai is facing a lot of pressure to prove himself to Margaret's father. Despite his numerous attempts, Mordecai's handshakes remain unsuccessful. He eventually finds a way to make it work, showing that he is determined and willing to put in the effort to make a good impression. In the end, he succeeds and is able to shake hands with Margaret's father.
The episode was rated 8.19 from 114 votes.
In the episode "Steak Me Amadeus" of Regular Show, Mordecai is determined to ask Margaret out to be his girlfriend. In order to do this, he makes a plan to impress her with his cooking skills. He goes to the supermarket and buys the ingredients for a steak dinner and he practices his cooking skills to make the perfect meal. He also takes a crash course in wine pairing to go along with the meal.
When the night of the date arrives, Mordecai is determined to make the perfect meal for Margaret. However, things don't go as planned. He overcooks the steak, the wine pairing doesn't work, and he ends up having to order takeout. Despite his efforts, Margaret is still impressed with Mordecai's willingness to try and make the perfect meal. In the end, Mordecai and Margaret have a great time and he decides to take a leap of faith and ask her out.
The episode was rated 8.16 from 94 votes.
In the episode Grave Sights of Regular Show, Mordecai and Rigby decide to organize a scary movie fundraiser for the park. With the help of Benson, they set up a makeshift movie theater and rent out a projector as well as a few classic horror flicks. As the others in the park come to watch the movies, an unexpected surprise awaits them.
As the night progresses, the park visitors start to get spooked by the movies and the eerie atmosphere of the park. Mordecai and Rigby realize that more than just funds are being raised. As the night darkens, people start to report ghostly sightings around the park and Mordecai and Rigby find themselves in a race against time to figure out what is going on. With the help of Benson, they must solve the mystery of the ghostly sightings before it's too late.
The episode was rated 8.16 from 185 votes.
In the second part of this action-packed episode of Regular Show, Rigby is convinced that Thomas is a Russian Spy. After a tense investigation, Rigby finds out his suspicions were true. Mordecai and Benson join Rigby in his mission to protect the park from the KGB.
The trio must work together to dodge the KGB's devious traps to stop them from taking over the park. With their quick thinking and resourcefulness, they manage to outsmart the KGB and save the park from the brink of destruction. It's a thrilling conclusion to an exciting episode of Regular Show.
The episode was rated 8.14 from 121 votes.
This episode of Regular Show, titled "The Real Thomas: An Intern Special (1)", follows Rigby's suspicions that Thomas, an intern at the park, is a Russian spy. When Rigby discovers that his suspicions were correct, he, Mordecai, and Benson must work together to save the park from the KGB.
This episode of Regular Show is full of laughs and action. The suspense as Rigby investigates Thomas and the comedic moments as Mordecai and Benson try to keep up with him make for an entertaining experience. Fans of the show will appreciate the witty dialogue, the intense action sequences, and the overall story. This is definitely an episode that you won't want to miss!
The episode was rated 8.14 from 122 votes.
Last updated: feb 13, 2023
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