Mordecai, still in a state of depression from Margaret's rejection at the Stake Me Amadeus restaurant, ends up finding her sweater in the laundry and plans to give it back to her at her college.

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J.G. Quintel ...
Mordecai (voice)
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Rigby (voice)
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Muscle Man (voice)
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Mail Woman / Student Gal (voice)
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Mordecai, still in a state of depression from Margaret's rejection at the Stake Me Amadeus restaurant, ends up finding her sweater in the laundry and plans to give it back to her at her college.

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A promising start for the fifth season
7 October 2013 | by (Peru) – See all my reviews

"Laundry Woes" is a nice follow-up for the events from the previous episode, "Steak Me Amadeus", which concluded in a somewhat sad manner. Fortunately, the beginning of "Laundry Woes" was something very heartwarming to watch, since it shows how all the park employees care about Mordecai, as they unite to cheer him up, acting like true friends.

I think that scene was definitely the nicest way to start the fifth season of the series. Even when It wasn't as great as the fourth season beginning (With the great episode "Exit 9B") it was something very enjoyable to watch, and the way in which Mordecai is finally able to let Margaret go at the end of the episode is also a nice character development moment for him, expressing in a subtle manner how much he has matured in the recent episodes.

This was a very promising start for this new "Regular Show" season, and it made feel enthusiastic about the future episodes from this original and always unpredictable animated series.


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