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Regular Show 

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The daily surreal adventures of a blue jay and raccoon duo that attempt to deal with their mundane jobs as groundskeepers at the local park.


J.G. Quintel
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Series cast summary:
J.G. Quintel J.G. Quintel ...  Mordecai / ... 245 episodes, 2009-2017
William Salyers ...  Rigby / ... 245 episodes, 2009-2017
Sam Marin ...  Benson / ... 220 episodes, 2009-2017
Mark Hamill ...  Skips / ... 163 episodes, 2009-2017
Roger Craig Smith ...  Thomas / ... 122 episodes, 2011-2017


The daily surreal adventures of a blue jay and raccoon duo that attempt to deal with their mundane jobs as groundskeepers at the local park.

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Unlike most Cartoon Network shows, this show was known for its use of licensed music. Many of the songs were usually 1980s music, which was the kind of music to which series creator J.G. Quintel grew up listening. See more »


[repeated line]
Benson: Do it or you're fired!
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Alternate Versions

Episode 8 of the first season, titled The Unicorns Have Got to Go, has never been shown in some Eastern European regions, like Poland, Hungary and Romania, probably due to its crass humor. The Halloween specials have also been neglected for a long time and were only shown years after their US broadcasts. See more »

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Too funny--for the kids and for me
3 June 2011 | by michandaSee all my reviews

I actually have been one of those mothers disheartened by the lack of innocence in modern children's programming, and as a conservative parent restricted a lot of what my kids watched when they were younger. They weren't watching Spongebob or the Cartoon Network stuff when other kids their age were.

When my boy got to be around 6, I realized that his taste for what is funny changed--you know, to that of a normal 6-year-old boy. He had outgrown the purely educational and innocent Nick Jr. shows, and he enjoyed programming that was simply entertaining. And honestly it would just be weird if my 7-8 year old boy was into The Wonder Pets. It's a fact that gross stuff, outrageous animation (like huge eyeballs and squashed heads), injurious antics, and indulgent silliness is just funny to most kids. Ed, Edd, n Eddy is a favorite of my kids for these reasons. It doesn't mean that the kids who watch these kinds of shows are going to become more crude and obnoxious as a result. They just want to laugh at silly stuff, and as kids that's what they should be doing!

So enter Regular Show: the characters are all entertaining and the unique brand of humor makes it a hit with kids and adults. Even the parts aimed more at adults that the kids don't "get" are still funny to them by way of expression and delivery. The writing and quirkiness of the characters is brilliant. My 6-year-old daughter loves High Five Ghost, my husband loves Muscle Man, my 9-year-old son loves Rigby, and I love all the characters. I would advise people not to dismiss the show as vulgar and inappropriate too soon and give it more of a chance. It's one that my whole family enjoys together.

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Release Date:

14 August 2009 (USA) See more »

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Regular Show in Space See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo (season 1)| Dolby Digital (seasons 2-7)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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