When Mordecai turns down Rigby's invite to see a horror movie premiere to go to a chick-flick with Margaret, Rigby gets revenge on him by taking advantage of his shyness to ask Margaret on a date before he can.

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J.G. Quintel ...
Mordecai / Pajama Sister (voice)
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Rigby / Guy #2 (voice)
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Muscle Man / Guy #1 (voice)
Alan Sklar ...
Father Time (voice)
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Movie Trailer VO / Police Officer (voice)
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Margaret (voice) (as Janie Haddad)
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When Mordecai turns down Rigby's invite to see a horror movie premiere to go to a chick-flick with Margaret, Rigby gets revenge on him by taking advantage of his shyness to ask Margaret on a date before he can.

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3 January 2011 (USA)  »

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The best episode so far
21 June 2012 | by (Peru) – See all my reviews

This is my favorite "Regular Show" episode. In my opinion, this is the best episode in the whole series, exploring in a complex, but entertaining way the relationship between three of the main characters, Mordecai, Margaret and Rigby.

In this episode, the friendship between Mordecai and Rigby is put under a very complicated test, due to Mordecai's jealousy, caused by his impossibility to express his feelings towards Margaret in an open way, resulting in a surprising turn of events, which end in a very satisfying way.

The chemistry existent between the characters of "Regular Show" is explored in other episodes, but none of them had the same level of this episode, which also has one of the saddest scenes in the entire "Regular Show" series. It has lots of humor, irony and weirdness, like several of the previous chapters, but at the same time, is the most emotional moment in "Regular Show".

Those reasons are more than enough to make "It's Time" something memorable and unique marks a before and an after in the continuity and the series. A must see for "Regular Show" fans.


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