When Mordecai and Rigby are given the task of getting donuts for the morning meeting, they buy dangerously double-glazed apple fritters, which Pops eats and becomes high on sugar.

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Episode credited cast:
J.G. Quintel ...
Mordecai (voice)
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Rigby / Man (voice)
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Benson / Pops / Muscle Man (voice)
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Skips (voice)
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Donut Clerk (voice)
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Sugar Rush: Mordecai and Rigby want to be judges at the pie contest instead of having to clean up because they think it will be easy. / Bad Kiss: Mordecai finally kisses Margaret, but his breath is so bad that he needs to go in a time machine to take it back. Written by Anonymous

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Okay, I think
21 April 2013 | by (Peru) – See all my reviews

This was an okay episode, in my opinion. Nothing too great, but it was interesting to watch, and fortunately wasn't focused on Muscle Man (Maybe is just me, but I don't like the excessive amount of screen time that this character has in comparison with the others, as it could end turning him into the one character which the creators love, but the viewers hate, like Wesley Crusher from "Star Trek: The Next Generation" if that hasn't happened yet.)

It is worth noticing that the main problem from this episode, unlike others, wasn't caused by Mordecai and Rigby, but it was originated from an innocent mistake of Pops. I guess that it also shows that Skips isn't always infallible as somebody could think (But seriously, how could Skips have thought that Pops sugar problem could have been solved by him eating more sugar? It was almost an out of character moment for him.) 7/10


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