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28th Jan '17 8:07:26 AM dannylightninglightner
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* In the episode "Brain Eraser," Mordecai sees Pops naked. Pops, in a panic, covers his crotch with his top hat. But when he removes his hands, the hat stays in place. [[NauseaFuel Not only did Mordecai see Pops in the nude]], he saw Pops ''[[RagingStiffie with an erection]].'' No wonder Mordecai was so haunted by this.

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* In the episode "Brain Eraser," Mordecai sees Pops naked. Pops, in a panic, covers his crotch with his top hat. But when he removes his hands, the hat stays in place. Rigby's gesture with his pinkie also gives a good idea as to what Mordecai saw. [[NauseaFuel Not only did Mordecai see Pops in the nude]], he saw Pops ''[[RagingStiffie with an erection]].'' No wonder Mordecai was so haunted by this.
27th Jan '17 9:42:23 PM dannylightninglightner
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* I always thought it was a funny visual that the park house is filled with silly paintings/portraits of [[TheDitz Pops]]. I assumed it was just a whimsical background design choice on part of the artists on the show. Then I remembered... the park is owned by Pops' father. Of ''course'' a rich father who loves his son would fill an entire house with paintings of his likeness.




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* In the episode "Brain Eraser," Mordecai sees Pops naked. Pops, in a panic, covers his crotch with his top hat. But when he removes his hands, the hat stays in place. [[NauseaFuel Not only did Mordecai see Pops in the nude]], he saw Pops ''[[RagingStiffie with an erection]].'' No wonder Mordecai was so haunted by this.
* As mentioned, the park house is filled with portraits of Pops, mostly of him looking happy/goofy. In the finale, [[spoiler: Pops dies]]. All of the park crew came home to the park house to find it [[spoiler: filled with pictures of their recently deceased, VERY dear friend]]. [[TearJerker Those must have been fairly hard to look at upon their return]].
18th Jan '17 5:12:39 PM jahman
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* Why did Mordecai and Rigby (along with a few others) decided it was time to move on from the park after [[spoiler:Pops' death]]? For Mordecai and Rigby, Pops was there from the beginning, even personally hiring them. He also played a part in how they lasted in the park for so long. After awhile, they began to wonder if being groundskeepers is all they'll ever be in life, but the trip to space and helping Pops' with his final and greatest job/destiny [[spoiler:to save the universe]] and being there for his end, they had a "Life's too short" revelation and decided that for Pop's and themselves, it was time to step out of the comfort zone of the part and chase after what they want in life. Make sense?
17th Jan '17 8:45:09 AM Rabbitear
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* Muscle Man's plan to get revenge on Rigby and Mordecai in "My Mom" and ''See you there'' both involve a BatmanGambit: If Rigby and Mordecai would not treated Muscle Man with PityPerversion or accepted Muscle Man�s decision to not invite them to HFG' party, they would not get humiliated so badly and Muscle Man would have get a great time anyway. He spent considerable resources, but he would have won in any scenario a true MagnificentBastard?

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* Muscle Man's plan to get revenge on Rigby and Mordecai in "My Mom" and ''See you there'' both involve a BatmanGambit: If Rigby and Mordecai would not treated Muscle Man with PityPerversion or accepted Muscle Man�s Man's decision to not invite them to HFG' party, they would not get have been humiliated so badly and Muscle Man would have get a great time anyway. He spent considerable resources, but he would have won in any scenario a scenario. A true MagnificentBastard?
15th Jan '17 10:30:12 AM frogwidget
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** [[spoiler: Thomas is also a deep undercover Russian agent, meaning he's ''used'' to cold.]]
1st Aug '16 7:13:59 PM r3df0x123
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** It's possible that the giant Susan at the end was the original Susan, and Benson was the first to rebel, allowing the Park staff to take her down once and for all.
3rd Jul '16 1:36:54 PM gewunomox
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* Using TheBeachBoys' "[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic I Get Around]]" in "Skips Vs. Technology". Considering that most of the music the show licenses is from the 80's, The Beach Boys (who were most active in the 60's) could be considered outdated for this show, just as Skips considered himself outdated in the episode.

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* Using TheBeachBoys' Music/TheBeachBoys' "[[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic I Get Around]]" in "Skips Vs. Technology". Considering that most of the music the show licenses is from the 80's, The Beach Boys (who were most active in the 60's) could be considered outdated for this show, just as Skips considered himself outdated in the episode.
1st Jun '16 12:07:01 PM FridgeGuy2016
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* During the commercial for Fist Pump in "Caffeinated Concert Tickets", the announcer mentions that Fist Pump's demographic is people within the age range of eleven to fifteen. However, the end of the episode shows the concert to be completely ''full'' of adults, with absolutely no adolescents in sight. ''Regular Show'' itself has a similar scenario - it's on Cartoon Network, which is primarily a kids' network. However, the more mature level of humor and content (like Fist Pump's declaration of having been just been released from jail and rehab) causes it to primarily be viewed by an older audience. It's all a LampshadeHanging on ''Regular Show'''s own demographics!

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* During the commercial for Fist Pump in "Caffeinated Concert Tickets", the announcer mentions that Fist Pump's demographic is people within the age range of eleven to fifteen. However, the end of the episode shows the concert to be completely ''full'' of adults, with absolutely no adolescents in sight. ''Regular Show'' itself has a similar scenario - it's on Cartoon Network, which is primarily a kids' network. However, the more mature level of humor and content (like Fist Pump's declaration of having been just been released from jail and rehab) causes it to primarily be viewed by an older audience. It's all a LampshadeHanging on ''Regular Show'''s own demographics![[PeripheryDemographic demographics]]!
27th Feb '16 3:19:18 AM Vir
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* ''My Mom'' shows Muscle Man, who Mordecai considers just a FatIdiot, supervising Mordecai and Rigby. He does an excellent job of that: shows them how they can slack at the job as long as they have won Benson's trust and really accomplish the missions he assigns. Also that Benson, as the boss, deserves to be informed about what his employees are they doing every time. Muscle Man even broke traffic laws because he knows the cop is his friend. He asked the guy at the greenhouse to carry the tree (because it's his job and he knows how to do it right) and even treats Mordecai for the videogames. The thing that makes Muscle Man borders MagnificentBastard is that his "joke" is a BatmanGambit: If Mordecai would not have used his CondescendingCompassion with the "My Mom" jokes, he and Rigby really would have enjoyed Muscle Man's "supervision". So, if like Muscle Man, you can be a Slacker immature guy but if you could not get respect from your coworkers, at least you could get revenge.
* Muscle Man's plan to get revenge on Rigby and Mordecai in ''My Mom'' and ''See you there'' both involve a BatmanGambit: If Rigby and Mordecai would not treated Muscle Man with PityPerversion or accepted Muscle Man�s decision to not invite them to HFG' party, they would not get humiliated so badly and Muscle Man would have get a great time anyway. He spent considerable resources, but he would have won in any scenario a true MagnificentBastard?

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* ''My Mom'' "My Mom" shows Muscle Man, who Mordecai considers just a FatIdiot, supervising Mordecai and Rigby. He does an excellent job of that: shows them how they can slack at the job as long as they have won Benson's trust and really accomplish the missions he assigns. Also that Benson, as the boss, deserves to be informed about what his employees are they doing every time. Muscle Man even broke traffic laws because he knows the cop is his friend. He asked the guy at the greenhouse to carry the tree (because it's his job and he knows how to do it right) and even treats Mordecai for the videogames. The thing that makes Muscle Man borders MagnificentBastard is that his "joke" is a BatmanGambit: If Mordecai would not have used his CondescendingCompassion with the "My Mom" jokes, he and Rigby really would have enjoyed Muscle Man's "supervision". So, if like Muscle Man, you can be a Slacker immature guy but if you could not get respect from your coworkers, at least you could get revenge.
* Muscle Man's plan to get revenge on Rigby and Mordecai in ''My Mom'' "My Mom" and ''See you there'' both involve a BatmanGambit: If Rigby and Mordecai would not treated Muscle Man with PityPerversion or accepted Muscle Man�s decision to not invite them to HFG' party, they would not get humiliated so badly and Muscle Man would have get a great time anyway. He spent considerable resources, but he would have won in any scenario a true MagnificentBastard?
27th Feb '16 3:18:49 AM Vir
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* Also, during the commercial for Fist Pump in ''Caffeinated Concert Tickets'', the announcer mentions that Fist Pump's demographic is people within the age range of eleven to fifteen. However, the end of the episode shows the concert to be completely ''full'' of adults, with absolutely no adolescents in sight. ''Regular Show'' itself has a similar scenario - it's on Cartoon Network, which is primarily a kids' network. However, the more mature level of humor and content (like Fist Pump's declaration of having been just been released from jail and rehab) causes it to primarily be viewed by an older audience. It's all a LampshadeHanging on ''Regular Show'''s own demographics!

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* Also, during During the commercial for Fist Pump in ''Caffeinated "Caffeinated Concert Tickets'', Tickets", the announcer mentions that Fist Pump's demographic is people within the age range of eleven to fifteen. However, the end of the episode shows the concert to be completely ''full'' of adults, with absolutely no adolescents in sight. ''Regular Show'' itself has a similar scenario - it's on Cartoon Network, which is primarily a kids' network. However, the more mature level of humor and content (like Fist Pump's declaration of having been just been released from jail and rehab) causes it to primarily be viewed by an older audience. It's all a LampshadeHanging on ''Regular Show'''s own demographics!



* In "Do Me A Solid", Mordecai and Rigby get into a sort of war based on favors. Eventually, under the threat of the world ending, Mordecai is forced to do one last embarrassing task of Rigby's in front of everyone. This task involves squatting down and making sounds similar to an airplane backing out of a runway. [[NobodyPoops It's pretty obvious what that signifies.]] The brilliance? [[spoiler: '''''MORDECAI WAS DOING RIGBY A SOLID.''''']]

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* In "Do Me A a Solid", Mordecai and Rigby get into a sort of war based on favors. Eventually, under the threat of the world ending, Mordecai is forced to do one last embarrassing task of Rigby's in front of everyone. This task involves squatting down and making sounds similar to an airplane backing out of a runway. [[NobodyPoops It's pretty obvious what that signifies.]] The brilliance? [[spoiler: '''''MORDECAI WAS DOING RIGBY A SOLID.''''']]
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