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Season 4 Episode 22

Picking Up Margaret

10
Aired Monday 7:30 PM Apr 15, 2013 on Cartoon Network
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  • Perfect storyline/episode

    10
    I had fun with this episode. It was one of the best Margaret episodes out there. I initially gave it a 9 but now it's a perfect ranking after seeing the episode on a rerun. My only nitpick was the Wickets was getting pretty annoying. I still like the Warriors reference though. I loved the chase scene with them and it was amazing. There were some funny moments like Rigby trying to save something but Mordecai told him to be quiet, "I hope you got walking shoes," the Warriors reference (put your phones away) even though it was repetitive and annoying, and that very last part of the episode. The last scene was the best because of four reasons: Mordecai finally got achievement, he shook a man, and get shocked that Benson's car was towed (Every Meat Burrito would refers back to this event). The best of that was Queen's song We Are the Champion plays and that is a perfect song to play whenever someone achieved something (even though it usually associated with sports champion). I love that song thanks to this episode and it was definitely one of my favorite licensed music to be played on the show. Overall, IMO this was the best Mordecai and Margaret relationship episode. Eggsclent is still the best Mordecai episode though.

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  • Made my life complete

    10
    It took seasons, but it was worth it to see the kiss

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    • The Warriors


      The scene where one of the wickets sits in a car and clacks three croquet balls while chanting, "Mordecai, put your phone away" is a reference to the 1979 movie The Warriors, where Luther is sitting in a car, clinking three bottles together while chanting, "Warriors, come out and play".

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