Very cool and funny episode of "Regular Show", which not only makes an interesting parody of "hipster" culture, but also (like in the early episodes from the third season, before the incredibly disappointing "The Best Burger in the World") it contains a nice moment of character development for Benson, which show once again that he is a more complex and likable character that someone could think at the first.
The interaction between Mordecai, Rigby and Benson in this episode was pretty good, managing to portray a little "conflict" between them in a light-hearted and entertaining way, instead of the cynical meanness of chapters such as "The Best Burger in the World" and "Replaced". The result is something satisfying and cool.
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