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Season 3 Episode 28

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Aired Monday 7:30 PM Jun 04, 2012 on Cartoon Network
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Mordecai and Rigby want to get into an exclusive hip club that Margaret is having her birthday party at.

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  • A weaker episode for season 3

    6.0
    Mordecai and Rigby want to get into an exclusive hip club that Margaret is having her birthday party at. This episode was okay, but it was weaker than the other previous episodes expect Muscle Woman. The storyline could have been a little better if Mordecai and Rigby waited in line and then they go the club with Margaret and Eileen. But they ended up in the wrong club and that was the main problem throughout. Also didn't like the antagonist here (a Madonna parody). There were only like a few good parts here. Overall, this episode could have been a little better, but at least it ended great. 6/10moreless
  • Well, this episode was good or decent but it wasn't my favorite.

    7.0
    Mordecai and Rigby want to get into an exclusive hip club that Margaret is having her birthday party at. Like I said above this episode was good or decent. Now I love Regular Show but this episode could've done better. Now I don't know if this is Season 3's worst episode I havn't seen all of the Season 3 episodes so far but so far this is the lowest score I've given on a Season 3 episode. Now I'll watch this episode again if it comes on if I'm bored. Now the negatives are, I only laughed like once , the plot was boring and the ending was way too predicable. Now the only part I did laugh at was one scene with Mordecai and Rigby trying to get in the party. That's all I laughed now it was way too predicable the they would go to the wrong place. Now the parts I did like was Margret's and Mordecai's dance at the end that only funny part and the song at the beginning with Mordecai. Overall, a good decent episode that I might watch again 7/10.moreless
  • Not bad but it was so low on humor and the storyline doesn't really catch your attention

    5.0
    Mordecai and Rigby want to get into an exclusive hip club that Margaret is having her birthday party at. As much as I love this show, I'm pretty disappointed to say that this is Season 3's worst episode ever. I don't hate this episode or anything like that. My problems with this episode was that it was very boring, it was LOW on humor, and the storyline doesn't really catch your attention, and the dialogue just bores you. I expected better from this episode. I only laughed at a couple of parts in this episode and that's about it, that's how low the humor was plus I didn't really like the fact that Mordecai and Rigby got into the club for nothing when the club Margaret was throwing her birthday party at was literally next to the club where Mordecai and Rigby made a mistake going into. I didn't like that owner of the club either. For the positives, I guess I can say the parts I liked were the couple of parts that made me laugh, the brief action/chase scene near the end of the episode, the very ending of the episode with Mordecai and Margaret dancing together, and that's probably about it. So yeah. I probably won't watch this episode again but I might watch it again if there's nothing else to good to watch... I would rather watch this episode than the #1 worst episode of this show which is "Muscle Woman". Overall, a mediocre episode of "Regular Show" and unfortunately Season 3's worst episode ever but Season 3 is still the BEST season that I have ever seen because it's got more awesome episodes and less weak episodes so this is one of those rare moments where this season got a weak episode you know you'll have to see a weak episode of a show at least sometime so I really don't mind at all that this episode was NOT perfect or at least good but I sure hope that this season won't have an episode weaker than this one right here. 5/10moreless

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