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Regular Show

Season 3 Episode 31

Out of Commission

Aired Monday 7:30 PM Jun 25, 2012 on Cartoon Network
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Episode Summary


Mordecai and Rigby have to get rid of the cart and want to have one last day with it to say goodbye.

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  • Another great season 3 episode of Regular Show.

    When the park get's a new golf cart Benson tells them to throw it our so Mordecai and Rigby spend one last day with it. This was another awesome episode of Regular Show. Now the plot in this episode was very original and the golf cart could talk XD! I'm also happy that Benson was actually likeable in this episode and wasn't irritating or a jerk like the other season 3 episodes. Also come to thing of it, Benson hasn't been irritating at all in season 4. Other than Terror Tales of the Part II, Benson has been likeable in the new season. Now there were funny parts in this episode like the video of the new cart. The fact that the old golf cart could talk was hilarious and the things they did together were pretty funny. The ending with MuscleMan's butt catching on fire and Benson asking them to get the old cart back (after it jumped in a river) was hilarious. Now the action scene in the resturant was epic. Overall, another great Season 3 episode of Regular Show. 10/10.moreless
  • Mordecai and Rigby have to take the cart to the dumpster

    Mordecai and Rigby have to get rid of the cart and want to have one last day with it to say goodbye. This was another excellent episode of Regular Show. Again, no problems in here. Even the characters were likable (they fixed Benson's personality, he didn't turn red at all). I liked the storyline of the cart coming to life while Mordecai and Rigby trying to get rid of. The parts that are great/funny were the promo part (has a video of it), all the parts that Mordecai and Rigby try to do with the cart, the cart is made in Mexico (in Spanish), the fight scene at the bar, and the ending of it. Score 10/10moreless
  • Benson orders Mordecai and Rigby to put the original cart in the dump when he gets a new techno cart so Mordecai and Rigby spend the last day with it

    Mordecai and Rigby have to get rid of the cart and want to have one last day with it to say goodbye. I thought that this was a perfect episode of "Regular Show". I thought the plot was very well written and it was very funny all the way through. Benson, while a bit jerk here, wasn't that bad or extremely annoying compared to the other previous Season 3 episodes like "The Best Burger in the World", "Muscle Mentor", and more so I'm gonna let Benson slide since he wasn't bad here anyways. The parts that made me laugh was the original cart actually talking and wanting to do things on his list before Mordecai and Rigby take him to the dumpster, the talking cart as a whole was an enjoyable and very funny character, the talking cart getting into a fight at the restaurant/bar was freakin' hilarious and intense to watch.. one of the best fights in an animated series ever, MuscleMan enjoying the seat heating up to make his butt warm, MuscleMan's butt catching on fire near the end of the episode, and more. I just loved the episode very much and proves why I love Season 3. I definitely recommend this episode if you want to watch something fun and need to waste some time. Overall, a perfect episode of "Regular Show" with excellent humor and a well written storyline.. I laughed my butt off all the way through.... of course, the very ending was hilarious. 10/10moreless

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    • Benson: (after Mordecai and Rigby defend the old cart) That car engine is on his last legs. It's releasing noxious gas fumes into the air.
      Rigby: (pointing to Muscle Man) We're not taking Muscle Man into the dump and he releases noxious gas all the time!
      Hi Five Ghost: (hearing this makes Muscle Man to charge at them, only for Hi Five Ghost to stop him) No! He's not worth it.

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