It was nice to see a "Regular Show" episode like this, after some cynical and mean-spirited episodes (such as "Replaced" and "The Best Burger in the World") or others that were frankly forgettable (such as "Trash Boat" or "Fists of Justice")
Though the plot from this episode is quite common in several series (Some characters are not admitted to enter in a dance club) it was done in a original and entertaining way, like the best episodes from "Regular Show" tend to do.
The last scene was pretty heartwarming, being one of my favorite moments in the entire series.
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