Another good episode from "Regular Show" which marked a good character development for Benson, the angry boss of Mordecai and Rigby, that since Season 2 started to show a more likable and complex side.
Being part of the strong start of the third season of this series, this episode served as a nice portrayal of some of the events in Benson's past, which explains some of his actions in the present, all this done in a very interesting and well done way, pretty much with the style of the best "Regular Show" episodes.
Even if it doesn't have the same level of the great episode "Benson be Gone", it is certainly a remarkable moment in this series, showing a good advance in the right direction for the characterization of Benson.
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