Mark Hamill as Skips
Mordecai and Rigby have started their new job, and are pretty pleased with their lodgings. The only cloud on the horizon is the fact they have no furniture. Luckily, Pops is throwing out a chair he doesn't find comfortable, so the two decide to settle ownership with a game of Rock Paper Scissors.Read More
A birthday party is scheduled in the park, and everyone has interesting jobs to do. That is, everybody but Mordecai and Rigby, who are only trusted with the lame job of setting up the chairs. In order to prove they are not slackers, the duo agree to set them up without being distracted.Read More
When Rigby digs up a good-looking plate from the garbage, he and Mordecai decide to use it by eating a piece of chocolate cake on it. As their efforts prove fruitless, they decide the only way forward is to convince the solitary Skips to have a birthday party.Read More
Rigby rents a movie at Movie Shack-Hut. On the way out, he bumps into the employee for the store outside. Rigby makes fun of his "outfit" (he is dressed as the empire state building, complete with a gorilla hanging from the top "antenna". This is a reference to King Kong). As Rigby walks away, the employee shouts "It's a costume! They make me wear it!" Back at the park, it's movie night for...Read More
When Benson takes the night off, Mordecai and Rigby decide to throw a party, but when it gets off on a rocky start, they seek the help of Party Pete to get their party going. But the duo soon learn the hard way that Party Pete is unstoppable when drinking RadiCola.Read More
Mordecai sees Pops naked and tries to forget about it. Rigby decides to help out by showing him an anime with supernatural powers. In turn, the anime ends up wiping out all of Mordecai's memories and it's up to Rigby and Skips to get back Mordecai's mind.Read More
Mr. Mallard demotes Benson due to Mordecai and Rigby slacking off on his time. Mordecai and Rigby teach Benson to enjoy having the ability to slack of but teach him too well which ends up with Benson getting fired and the replacement manager turning the other employees into clones of herself. It's upto Benson to save the park from the new manager.Read More
After finding out their new game isn't as awesome as they thought, Mordecai and Rigby try to get their money back which the store manager refuses to give to them.In retaliation, Mordecai and Rigby sabotage the sale of the game so much they are pulled into the game by the manager and must defeat him to get their freedom and their refund.Read More
Rigby finds an old tape with one of his former favorite songs on it, only to find that it's not as good as he remembers. Problem is, the song gets lodged in his brain and cannot stop humming or singing it so Mordecai tries various methods to get rid of it.Read More
Mordecai and Rigby try to write a hit song. When their coworkers doubt it, the duo try to prove themselves by showing their song to Really Cool Records. When that fails, Mordecai and Rigby propose a variant of their song as an idea for a ringtone but they keep it to themselves.Read More
Muscle Man invites everyone to High Five Ghost's birthday party, except for Mordecai and Rigby (as they had accidentally spilled his soda). Mordecai and Rigby try to crash the party, however they are denied access. High Five Ghost's brother, Low Five Ghost, turns Mordecai and Rigby into ghosts so they can phase through the party tent. However, High Five Ghost and his father tell them that they could get stuck as ghosts, and the only way to change back is to scare someone. Mordecai and Rigby scare Muscle Man, but he suffers from a heart attack. However, Muscle Man rises up and reveals it was all a prank, as a way to get revenge on Mordecai and Rigby for spilling his soda (ignoring that it was an accident). Muscle Man then chokes on his food, so it's up to Mordecai to perform a Heimlich maneuver on him, so that they are even and have Mordecai and Rigby change back.Read More
Mordecai and Rigby start to ask each other favors by saying "do me a solid". Skips warns them not to abuse solids, but they ignore him. Eileen (having a crush on Rigby) asks him to go on a double date with Margaret and Mordecai. Rigby is not interested in Eileen, but Mordecai (obviously wanting an opportunity with Margaret) asks Rigby to do him a solid by accepting Eileen's offer. Rigby then asks Mordecai to do him a solid by having Mordecai do 10 solids for Rigby. Rigby, Mordecai, and Eileen accept each other's offers. However, Rigby uses his solids to try to ruin the double date, much to Mordecai's chagrin. Finally, Rigby asks Mordecai to do the 10th solid by doing an extremely embarrassing action in front of everyone. Mordecai refuses; but when the house starts to collapse (a fulfillment of Skips' warning), he has no choice but to do Rigby a solid and embarrass himself in front of everyone. Much to Mordecai's dismay, Rigby records it and plays it for laughs; however, Rigby does Mordecai a solid and destroys the tape.Read More
Mordecai and Rigby try to clean the fountain when Benson told them to but they find a bunch of baby ducks. So Benson and the two say to give it away.But when they imprint on Rigby, they start to do learn from Rigby on fighting and playing. Mordecai and Rigby think they should keep them after it learns from Rigby. But the duck collector tries to get away with the ducks.Read More
Rigby creates a new drink, which he dubs "Rig-Juice". Mordecai insults him, leading to an argument between them about who is smarter. Mordecai boasts that he has been the smartest since Rigby dropped out of high school. Angered, Rigby tries to get a high school diploma, only to be kicked out of school altogether. He tries to apply for a diploma online, but instead finds an advertisement for a drink that gives the user an intelligence boost. He uses it to denounce Mordecai as the smarter of the duo, but after discovering Rigby's secret, Mordecai drinks the brain boosting elixer as well. They try to disprove each other as the smartest by writing equations and formulas all over the house, and taking multiple drinks from the brain boost formula. Benson comes in and tries to stop them, only to be presented with the duo speaking Latin. Mordecai and Rigby, however, see Benson and the others as caveman-like creatures that speak only in grunts. Mordecai and Rigby discover that they are now too smart for the world around them, and only Rigby's "Rig-Juice" can dumb them down to their normal selves.Read More
First Day is the 22nd episode of season two. In this episode, Mordecai and Rigby get their job, and fight over an old chair.
This is an updated version of the pilot episode. Mordecai and Rigby find a newspaper ad posted by Benson to get two groundskeepers. Mordecai and Rigby answer the advertisement to Pops, who gives them the job. They get their bedroom (which is empty at the time), and drink two cases of soda. They bring in a pile of old clothes, a blanket, a pillow, and an alarm clock. When they wake up the next morning, they act like how Doug acted when he got a job as a temp. On Punchies, Mordecai wins the bowl of cereal and the spoon. Benson and Pops come in, carrying an old sofa, and Mordecai and Rigby follow them outside to claim the chair. Pops and Benson say that they are throwing it out, and Benson drives away, leaving Mordecai and Rigby skeptical about the explanation. However, both find it uncomfortable, which explains why Benson explained that they were throwing it out. Mordecai and Rigby play Rock, Paper, Scissors for the couch. After tying for the 100th time, a black hole enters, while the crowd runs away for cover, but one was sucked up. Rigby goes for the chair, Mordecai goes for Rigby, and Pops goes to save both. Pops warns Benson and Skips, and both split up. Skips gets to the three first, and Benson comes a few seconds later. However, the gang sees that Rigby was halfway sucked into the black hole, so Benson drives to the garage, getting Rigby out, but only half the chair. Skips yells to Mordecai and Rigby that the only way to get rid of the black hole was to beat the contest. Mordecai promises he was gunna pull rock next, though Rigby was at first skeptical about it. But it happened, and the black hole was gone. Rigby saw only half the chair, so he said "Cool" and called it. Benson then said that Mordecai and Rigby had to flip over the overturned golf cart, throw away the half chair, and clean up that mess "OR YOU'RE FIRED!!!!!!!!!!", turning red at the previous quote, Then Mordecai & Rigby promises not to screw up the next day, after that Rigby plays Rock, Paper, Scissors again with Mordecai to pick up the cart, Then the screen goes blank.Read More
Mordecai and Rigby are slacking off again, this time with a stick hockey table. Benson finds out and makes a deal with the two--if they finish all their work, they can play the game. However, when Benson goes against his word and sells it, Mordecai and Rigby must set out to retrieve it.Read More
A three-part Halloween special in which terrifying tales are told.
Creepy Doll: The guys discover an old doll that wants revenge on Pops.
Death Metal Crash Pit: A pit is haunted by a 1980s death-metal band.
In the House: On Halloween, Mordecai dresses up as a father with five "kids", to receive more candy, while Rigby goes as a robber and scares away people.Read More
OOOOOOOHHHHHHH!!! Regular Show's creator JG Quintel and Cartoon Network love all 1 Million of you so much, we had Mordecai, Rigby, and the rest of the park guys make this Party Tonight music video that's so awesome, it can only be described with three letters: R-A-D. You can only see it here, so thanks for being a Regular Show fan!!Read More
Benson treats his workers to lunch at a prestigious sandwich shop, and Mordecai and Rigby find themselves in over their head when they order the number 46 (a very long party sub) and are forced to eat it or else be fired. While the duo eat it, they think back to other eating challenges they've done.Read More
Mordecai and Rigby relive the first episode, but soon realize that they need to help Pops. Pops realizes that he must reach out to Anti-Pops and finally saves the universe at the cost of his life. The entire park crew return home to their friends and family where they are seen growing up and moving on to better lives. 25 years later, the entire crew return and Mordecai and Rigby reflect on Pops' sacrifice. Regular Show ends with Pops watching the series on VHS and uttering one final, "Jolly Good Show."Read More