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Regular Show - Image #, Like us on Facebook a random image. Rigby Mordecai cartoon mammal vertebrate horse like mammal fictional character art. Rigby is one of the two protagonists of regular show, along with his best friend mordecai. He is."(grumbles loudly) eileen and i are dating!" (quote from the. Rigby. While Lewis was pitching jokes and lines for the character, Regular Show creator J.G. . In the episode "Real Date", Rigby and Eileen worked together to help.
He works as a valet for the Guardians and also made an appearance in the episode "Cool Bikes" where he served as Mordecai and Rigby's lawyer. In "Gary's Synthesizer" it is revealed that he has an old synthesizer that keeps him alive, but if any cables come unplugged or are tampered with, he will disappear. He is the king of his home planet Synthos, but left to travel the galaxy and his half-brother David took over.
When he found out how strict David is as king of Synthos, he battled him in a music battle and won. David was destroyed in the sun and his disk was smash by two Synthos people Robert and Keith who were nearly executed by David.
Then Gary declared that from now on Synthos will have no ruler. In the final season finale, he helps the park gang fight Anti-Pops and Streaming.
Death[ edit ] Death voiced by Julian Holloway in a cockney accent is a 6'5" grim reaper who, in several of his appearances, makes bets with park workers and declares that he would take their souls if they lose. For example, he tried to take the immortal life of Skips during his first appearance in the episode "Over The Top".
He also tried to take Muscle Man's soul twice in the episodes "Dead at Eight" and "Last Meal" and even tried to take everyone's souls in "Skips Strikes". Despite these evil intentions, he also helped the groundskeepers defeat the villains resurrected by GBF Jr.
Death also has a son named Thomas, a year-old demon voiced by Michael Dorn who can speak, although Death does not know this. He later helped them retrieve Mr. Maellard's guitar in "Guitar of Rock", and in "The End of Muscle Man" where the others think he's trying to take Muscle Man's soul, but was only there to deliver him a ring.
In the series finale, he helps the park gang fight Anti-Pops and Streaming. He also makes an appearance in the episode "Cheer Up Pops" after the gang invites him to a party to help them cheer Pops up. In this episode, he said that they could count on him to help in the final battle. Don[ edit ] Don voiced by Julian Dean is Rigby's younger brother. Introduced in the episode "Don", Don is better and more likeable than Rigby in most ways, though as a child he was trying to be as cool as Rigby, unknowingly causing Rigby to be extremely jealous.
Don is also significantly taller than Rigby, and loves to give hugs to other people. At the end of the episode, the two reconcile as Rigby apologizes to Don on his jealousy towards him, while Don apologizes for not knowing of Rigby's annoyance towards him. Don returned in the episode "Bank Shot", where he helped Rigby practice for a bet he made with someone.
Don makes a final appearance in the finale where he and his parents greet Rigby home after three years. He also appeared in "The Postcard" to help his brother decipher the words from a busted up postcard in order to determine where High Five promised to meet a girl named Celia many years ago. He apparently lives within the moon and rides in a custom designed white flying Cadillac Escalade. The God of Basketball then quickly befriends Mordecai and Rigby in "Slam Dunk" which leads him into offering them to learn how to play basketball well.
When that does not go according to plan, he uses his powers to instantly grant both of them great basketball powers.
The God of Basketball momentarily changes sides when he is forced to play with Muscle Man against the duo for computer rights for life. The God of Basketball also appeared when he helped Rigby to get back his hat, in the match of Rigby vs. Techmo[ edit ] Techmo voiced by Steven Blum was once a human named Samson until he became a 6'6" technomancer cyborg.
He first appeared in "Skips vs. Techmo eventually became possessed by Doom Ma Geddon, but the trio were able to defeat the virus and free Techmo by destroying the computer. He also appears in "A Skips in Time" where he helps the past Skips return to his time in order to save the present Skips from dying. The Moviehe participates in the fight against Mr.
He makes his final appearance in the finale to greet Skips. The Phone Guardians[ edit ] The Phone Guardians voiced by Rich Fulcher and William Salyers are five living objects a fire in a wigwam, two tin cans connected by a string, an answering machine, a message in a bottle, and a chalkboard who serve as guardians of phones and live in an empty universe. They first appeared in "Butt Dial" where they threaten to erase Mordecai and Rigby from existence for hacking into Margaret's phone to erase an embarrassing message that Mordecai accidentally recorded, in which they chose to play it for Margaret instead of erasing it.
After listening to it, Margaret insists that Mordecai and Rigby should be released, believing that they "learned their lesson. Henry[ edit ] Dr. Henry voiced by Armin Shimerman is a lollipop man who serves as the park doctor.
Then in "Catching the Wave", he told Pops to try and stay away from surfing or else his big head would put too much strain on his neck. He later appears in "The End of Muscle Man" where he advises Muscle Man if he is in good condition to do his last activities as a bachelor.
He first appeared in "That's My Television" where Mordecai and Rigby help him escape from the studio. He was the star of the sitcom, That's My Television. He is briefly seen in "The Thanksgiving Special" as a cook. His name was a reference to R2-D2a famous character of the Star Wars cinematic franchise.
After Mordecai and Rigby stole his moves in "Death Punchies", he was forced to shut his dojo down. It is revealed that he had a falling out with his master, who tried to kill him when they tried to retrieve the cure. He returns in "Death Kwon Do-Livery" where Mordecai, Rigby, and his apprentice attempt to help him go through a surgery operation for his stomach as it had exploded due to his Death Kwon Do Sandwich of Health which is incredibly unhealthy but the apprentice turns on them due to how his master had treated him and that he had snuck in after working hours to eat it and thus he needs a replacement stomach.
Despite his attempts to steal the stomach, the duo stop him and manage to save the sensei. Reuben Langer[ edit ] Dr. He told the gang not to push the button yet because Langer and his crew are still working on the rockets. In the episode "Rigby's Graduation Day", he sent a fax to the gang to push the button to launch them into space for their mission: Protect and Train Pops against his long-lost evil brother, Anti-Pops. His first appearance was in "Cool Bro Bots".
He makes his final appearance in the finale where he helps the park gang fight Anti-Pops and Streaming. In the episode "The Space Race" Sally helps Mordecai and Rigby prepare for an annual race called the Interstation after the duo beat the high score for a spaceship simulator.
She helps the gang fight Anti-Pops and Streaming in the finale. He appears in the finale alongside Sureshot and Sally, participating in the battle against Anti-Pops and Streaming.
Colonel Rawls[ edit ] Colonel Rawls voiced by D. Douglas is the leader of the Space Tree who first appeared in "Welcome to Space". After the Park gang was sent into space, Rawls ordered Sureshot and his Crew to find the gang. When the Gang arrived at the Space Tree, Rawls told them why Maellard and Langer sent them into space for a special mission. Rawls ordered everyone to get out of the Space Tree and he managed to get Mordecai, Rigby, and the gang out of the hangar but he decided to stay at the Space Tree.
After Maellard revealed to Pops that he wasn't his real father, he told Pops to find Earl since he's the one who can help Pops to fight his evil brother. After the tape melted, Earl revealed himself to the Gang.
But when Pops had enough, Earl showed Pops a fragment from the previous Universe and also showed him the decision of Pops not fighting his Brother.
Pops later ran away and hid from everyone but Mordecai and Rigby talked to him. After the gang talked to Pops, Earl threw a Lemon on Pops and he used his powers to squeeze the lemon, knowing that Pops used his powers, Earl knows that Pops was ready for his real training. Earl used a training montage with some of his favorite music to train Pops quickly. But when Mordecai and Rigby are tired with his music, They used their own music to speed up Pops's own training, but Earl told them that Pops goes to fast and goes out of control.
The gang and Earl stopped Pops and Earl realized that Pops was ready to fight his brother. In the final season finale, when both Pops and Anti-Pops died together and restoring everything in the universe that has been destroyed by their cause in balance, meaning that Earl is revived.
She was mentioned by Earl in "Kill'em with Kindness", that she was the only one that will reveal the location of the final battle. She later meets the park gang in "Meet the Seer" and tells them that she knows all of their personalities before arriving on Planet Nielsen.
After Reel to Reel and Black and White were killed by Streaming, she would later reveal the location of the final battle to Pops and the gang. She was killed when Planet Nielsen exploded. The Movie is a large being made of clocks who wears a purple bowler's hat.
He lives within an invisible house in the space-time continuum. In the episode "It's Time" Mordecai accidentally traveled to his dimension when he tried to destroy several clocks using a microwave oven out of jealousy due to Rigby's relationship with Margaret, unwittingly killing Rigby in the process. Father Time got upset with Mordecai because of his jealousy and attempting to destroy his clocks.
Although Mordecai had to stay in his dimension as punishment, he instead sends him back in time on a "time pony" to restart the whole thing as house guests annoy him after accepting Mordecai's apology, but warns him that he'll be sorry if he ever does this again. He also appears in Regular Show: The Movie where he convinces Rigby to apologize to Mordecai for lying to him to restore their friendship.
His body has also been falling apart due to Mr. Ross's time-nado, but after Mr. Ross's defeat, he is presumably returned to normal. He first appears in "The Last Laserdisc Player". Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man, and High Five Ghost came to the library to rent a laserdisc player, but he points out that they're all out and takes them to the basement to prove it. When they show him that laserdisc record that they found, he reveals that they are the Disc Masters and uses that record to open the door to a secret room where the last laserdisc player and the Guardians of Obsolete Format are in and entrusts the laserdisc player to them.
He is then seen watching a movie on the laserdisc player with the Disc Masters and the Guardians. He reappears as a ghost at the end of the episode, once again watching a movie with everyone else. He creates a Wi-Fi Robot named Internet to seek revenge against his father. DVD then decided to help the Disc Masters defeat Internet by providing them the universal remote's code to take out the communication tower powering him.
He meets them again in "Meet the Seer" alongside his sister Blu-Ray where he is now upgraded and renamed HD-DVD and helps them fight through Planet Nielsen against Streaming who is Internet reborn and his minions to find the Seer and they escape before the planet's destruction.
In "Cheer up Pops" they help the park gang record the memories of their past adventures so they can always remember them. In the eighth-season finale, they participate in the battle against Anti-Pops and Streaming. Guardians of Obsolete Formats[ edit ] The Guardians of Obsolete Formats are seven giant beings with heads resembling original tape players. The remaining two guardians: Reel-to Reel and Black and White meet them again in "Meet the Seer" where they help the park gang fight through Planet Nielsen until they are both killed by Streaming.
Betamax[ edit ] Betamax voiced by David Kaye is one of the Guardians of Obsolete Formats whose head resembles a betamax camera. He is killed by DVD. When Mordecai and Rigby accidentally destroy Margaret's diary, they ask Skips to fix it. Skips says that during the ritual, everyone's eyes have to be closed.
Rigby opens his eyes briefly but this awakens the Guardian of Margaret's Secrets, a giant version of Margaret wearing a warrior outfit. Skips explains that to defeat the Guardian, it must must appeased by revealing personal secrets. Skips' secret is that long ago he had a lover who skipped with him everywhere they went. When she died, he vowed to allows skip to always remember her. Mordecai's secret was he took Rigby's extra bed for himself because it was so comfortable.
Rigby, after saying many things, finally admits he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses. The Guardian disappears and all its destruction is undone and the diary is fixed.
The next day Eileen goes to work not wearing glasses, Making Rigby's jaw drop, though without good vision she bumps into the table. In Death Bear, both Eileen and Rigby admit the other is cool.
So he's suffering this knowledge alone. In "Think Positive", Benson is forced by Pops, of all people to hold all of his anger in. He buys an anger management tape, which triggers a flashback of his family. Apparently his family yelled a lot, and that's where his Hair-Trigger Temper stems from. It's sort of Played for Laughsbut children who can relate to such unhealthy family dynamics may find this part saddening.
At the end, after struggling desperately not to yell the entire episode, he floats in the air dramatically, with metal and trees rushing towards him and his fiery force field thing, as if he were a vacuum until he finally does let ALL of his anger out at Mordecai and Rigby, and says nothing positive about them.
And the rant itself is hard to listen to. Fortunately, the two of them seem to have made a compromise by the episode's conclusion. Rigby being put in a near death coma and Mordecai trying to win the hat he wanted in the omelet eating contest. The biggest sucker punch is Mordecai punching Benson after he says "Maybe if you had been working, like you supposed to, none of this would've happened.
Most of the episode was almost like a more dark take on the duo's regular activities, especially if you were spoiled early by the official description of "Over the Top".
From "Video Game Wizards": After Mordecai and Rigby's typical shenanigans with the golf cart put Benson through a LOT of crap getting yelled at by his boss and being forced to drive across the country to transport the cart to the dealership in a day before the warranty expiresBenson finally yells at the two about the consequences of their actions after they waste a lot of time in a roadside arcade overnight instead of waking him up so he can continue driving to the dealership.
It's just another typical Benson rant Don't you two understand? Muscle Man's dad died. At the funeral, he has a breakdown. Even High-Five Ghost is in tears. Just thinking about it puts Muscle Man in tears.
When he was driving to spread his father's hat ashes, he reminisces about Dad's fun pranks. Mordecai and Rigby see Muscle Man's rivals and they repeatedly tease him and remember at the end they wanted to kill the gang just because they hate Muscle Dad.
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He's in a field and smashes a photo of Dad and has another emotional breakdown, and then finds a letter from his dad. Don't you wanna give Muscle Man a hug? The ghost of Muscle Dad returns, though. And he was a forklift driver, not a trucker. The beginning of the episode is just heartwrenching. Muscle Man is listening for a signal from his dad.
He only hears static, and he laughs, assuming that his dad is pranking him. Then Muscle Man's brother walks in, looking forlorn, holding his father's hat That look Muscle Man has on his face. Muscle man is trying to stay composed, and is telling some nice stories about his dad. He suggests turning on some music to lighten the mood. When he tries to do so, the volume dial snaps off He's freaking out so badly that Mordecai has to calm him down and assure him that the dial snapping off isn't a big deal.
It starts off fine Mordecai and Rigby poured energy soda on the cart that drips into the engine—causing the cart to become alive. Seeing as they would cry if they had to decompose it, they take him out, for one last spin. At the end, the cart announces he wants to commit suicide by drowning in an ocean, as well as exploding. Driven to Suicide taken a literal yet different spin.
To up the antethis wasn't the only show that had a similar episode that aired on the same night that involved suicide During the events of "Diary", we learn why Skips always skips: After she passed awayhe vowed to always skip from then on, so that he would never forget her.
This episode also proves that Mordecai does, in fact, still have memory of Rigby dying in "It's Time. With all of his sadness, grief and guilt, he quits his job and refuses to prank. Pops ran into the room, happily chasing a balloon. The balloon tapped the bed, which was taped to the ceiling Pops cries loud enough for all the park staff to come to his aid, and when Skips lifts up the bed they find Pops crushed and severely injured, and still crying loudly. Muscle Man just stood on the ladder with a look of horror on his face.
Then Pops is taken away in an ambulance, moaning in pain. The episode gets worse when you add in the Fridge Horror ; Muscle Man already lost his father this season by a tragic pranking accident.
He almost lost Pops, another term for dad, by a prank set up by him. No wonder he was so quick to quit. He gets put through crap just to earn respect and work for free even but it is lightened how laid back he is and he is determined to get his work done.
Mordecai and Rigby believing that they were responsible for Thomas' "death" in "Starter Pack. His uncle dies in the story, and he is haunted by his ghost.
Mordecai's terror is just pitiful to watch. Pops in "Guy's Night. Even Mordecai and Rigby tell Pops that he's being crazy and that the lengths he went to beat the challenge were admirable enough. Which only makes it all the more sweet when he finally beats the challenge, is congratulated by everyone else, and the episode ends with him putting a picture in his scrapbook and giggling jovially.
The two weep as he is frozen, and even Benson cries after seeing Gregg gave up a new life for love. The final scene with Mordecai and Rigby on the roof hits you hard. You know it's sad when the bad guys actually stop shooting in order to let Margaret leave, though this is more because one of the agents called for a cease-fire because they didn't want to hurt Margaret and the criminals complied.
A lesser moment occurs in the interrogation room, when Pops becomes so freaked-out with the guilt of having supplied the fake coupons, that he bursts into tears and starts bawling so much that Benson has to calm him down before he can bring himself to actually speak.
Season 5 Eileen's sadness with seeing the president of Tants burning the fake Tants that she worked hard on with Mordecai and Rigby. The scene where Mordecai and Rigby tell Pops that they don't have the Tants, and Pops responds by emitting a slow, long, high-pitched wail and welling up with crying actual tears.
Mordecai and Rigby lie and say that they took the Tants to the dry-cleaners, which causes Pops to stop crying. The little scene is as grating as it was genuinely sad. The Thanksgiving episode has a few, chief among them are Mordecai and Rigby's song at the Turducken Contest due to Their families not being able to come for Thanksgiving, later revealed to be Thomas thinking their planes were delayed.
Pretty much every moment Benson gets upset in "Guitar of Rock" because he broke the guitar. This job means so much to him and the thought of losing it destroys his world. For context, Skips tells Mordecai and Rigby how he obtained immortality.
Walks was expelled from three other schools before transfering to another because he kept fighting. It results in him meeting the Immortal Student Council and Glee Club and befriending them, especially after standing up to Klorgbane. During lunch, he meets and falls for Mona. When she hears about his plans to fight Klorgbane, she almost leaves him because she didn't really want to associate with violent people until Walks backs out of the fight.
She asked if Walks wanted to work on prom decorations, to which he agrees.