Regular Show

Monday 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network Premiered Sep 06, 2010 In Season



User Score: 542

Regular Show
out of 10
User Rating
708 votes

By Users

Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 8/7/2014

Season 5 : Episode 33

Show Summary

This show follows two groundskeepers, a six-foot-tall blue jay named Mordecai and Rigby the raccoon. It shows their adventures as they try to entertain themselves on a daily basis.

Sam Marin

Sam Marin

Pops, Benson, Muscle Man, Garrett Bobby Ferguson, Sensai

William Salyers

William Salyers


David Ogden Stiers

David Ogden Stiers

Mr. Maellard

Robin Atkin Downes

Robin Atkin Downes


Mark Hamill

Mark Hamill


J.G Quintel

J.G Quintel

High Five Ghost/Mordecai, High Five Ghost

Fan Reviews (195)

  • I'll admit that the first two seasons were good, but now, I'm afraid that the show is starting to go downhill.

    Now when Regular Show started, I liked it. I liked Season 1 and a few episodes in Season 2, but I felt like after Season 3 and beyond, the show took a decline in quality. In the old episodes, Mordecai and Rigby were just normal workers who didn't act jerky at all. Now in the new episodes, they act like jerks sometimes. Like in one episode, Rigby was trying to help Mordecai get over Margaret and he tosses him out of the car. And in another episode, Rigby is too lazy to clean up his messes, so he uses a Wall Buddy that tosses his trash onto Mordecai's side of the room. The other characters except Pops and Skips have their bad moments as well. At the end of one episode, Benson eats the last Best Burgers in the World which won't come back until the next 1,000 years. And they'll all be dead by then! I don't like Muscle Man that much in the newer episodes. I mean, he was fine earlier in the series. He and his jokes were tolerable back then, but now, he is starting to get annoying now. He has too much episodes centered around him and they start to get tiring very quickly. Speaking of tiring plots, I've noticed a lot of episodes in the series involving Mordecai and Rigby messing some job up. Yes, we get it. They're lazy slackers. You don't need to make a bunch of episodes to prove your point. We need more Pops episodes, more Skips episodes, heck, even more Thomas episodes! He doesn't really get used a lot in the newer episodes. Also, not a lot of supernatural things happen much in the newer episodes. I feel as though they toned those down in the newer episodes. So yeah, I would recommend that you watch Season 1 and 2 and stop there. The newer eps are just not doing it for me.moreless
  • It's awasome dude.

    This show isn't like other cartoons. It contains an adult world with a childhood mood. I like every episode of the show, and even while watching an episode i've watched before i just laugh again. I hope it'll be around for a long time.
  • Too violent

    This show is too violent because the blue bird keeps punching the raccoon. What if some kid did that to another kid? It also promotes bullying and bad words. How this got on the air in the first place baffles me! I want to kill the person who made this with a knife and chainsaw, because it suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuux!
  • I like it.

    Well written.


    Way more understandable than Adventure Time.
  • one of CN's better shows

    one of cartoon networks's best shows along with adventure time and gumball. sure, it's a little repetitive, but i still like it.

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    More Info About This Show


    Animation, Comedy


    unlikely friendships, for the child in you, cartoon violence, epic adventure, quirky characters