History Heartwarming / RegularShow

27th Oct '17 5:11:49 PM creader
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* The final scenes of the finale. [[spoiler: Pops hugs his brother and doesn't let go until they're both gone. The Park Dome returns to Earth, three years after it left. As soon as Margaret found out, she bolted from the Channel 6 News Set to be there. When the gang (minus Pops) emerged, a crowd cheered for them. Mordecai was embraced by his parents, Rigby got a hug from his very proud father, Starla ran to Muscle Man with their daughter in tow, and after the reunited couple kissed, Muscle Man held his daughter and wept tears of joy. Skips and Techmo had a bro-hug, Margaret and Eileen had a sis-hug, and Celia leaped into Fives' arms for a spinning hug. Benson hugged his pig, and Rigby and Eileen kissed. Mr. Maellard looks very sad, knowing Pops did not return. A statue of Pops was erected in the park, with the plaque "He chased butterflies, he loved to laugh, he saved the universe, he was our friend, Pops Maellard."]]
** The series finally concludes with a WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue. [[spoiler: Mordecai finally realizes his dream of becoming an artist, and becomes fairly successfull. A few years later, he meets the love of his life (a fellow artist) at one of his shows, and the two marry and have several children together. Rigby marries Eileen and they have two daughters whom Rigby introduces to videogames as soon as they are able to play. Benson marries Pam, and while the two never have kids, they raise several cats together, along with Bensons pet pig Applesauce. Muscle Man and Starla have five more children over the next few years. Fives and Celia become a popular DJ duo and eventually have a child together as well. Skips remains at the park, helping Benson train a new crew of park workers. The series concludes with the gang meeting for a 25th anniversery reunion at the park to raise a statue of Mr Maellard, who has now passed on. They are joined by their children and grandchildren. Mordecai and Rigby remain best friends to this day.]]

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* The final scenes of the finale. [[spoiler: Pops hugs his brother and doesn't let go until they're both gone. The Park Dome returns to Earth, three years after it left. As soon as Margaret found out, she bolted from the Channel 6 News Set to be there. When the gang (minus Pops) emerged, a crowd cheered for them. Mordecai was embraced by his parents, Rigby got a hug from his very proud father, Starla ran to Muscle Man with their daughter in tow, and after the reunited couple kissed, Muscle Man held his daughter and wept tears of joy. Skips and Techmo had a bro-hug, Margaret and Eileen had a sis-hug, and Celia leaped into Fives' arms for a spinning hug. Benson hugged his pig, and Rigby and Eileen kissed. Mr. Maellard looks very sad, has a somber look on his face, knowing Pops did not return. A statue of Pops was erected in the park, with the plaque "He chased butterflies, he loved to laugh, he saved the universe, he was our friend, Pops Maellard."]]
** The series finally concludes with a WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue. [[spoiler: Mordecai finally realizes his dream of becoming an artist, and becomes fairly successfull.successful. A few years later, he meets the love of his life (a fellow artist) at one of his shows, and the two marry and have several children together. Rigby marries Eileen and they have two daughters daughters whom Rigby introduces to videogames video games as soon as they are able to play. Benson marries Pam, and while the two never have kids, they raise several cats together, along with Bensons Benson's pet pig Applesauce. Muscle Man and Starla have five more children over the next few years. Fives and Celia become a popular DJ duo and eventually have a child together as well. Skips remains at the park, helping Benson train a new crew of park workers. The series concludes with the gang meeting for a 25th anniversery anniversary reunion at the park to raise a statue of Mr Mr. Maellard, who has now passed on. They are joined by their children and grandchildren. Mordecai and Rigby remain best friends to this day.]]
30th Jul '17 3:22:24 PM bt8257
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** The song used for [[spoiler: the montage]] helps too. Who'd a thunk J.G. was a fan of [[spoiler: Music/DavidBowie]] to use [[spoiler: [[Music/{{Heroes}} "Heroes"]]]]?

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** The song used for [[spoiler: the montage]] helps too. Who'd a thunk J.G. was a fan of [[spoiler: Music/DavidBowie]] to use [[spoiler: [[Music/{{Heroes}} "Heroes"]]]]?[[Music/HeroesDavidBowieAlbum "'Heroes'"]]]]?
13th May '17 11:10:47 AM PlatinumRelic54321
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** The series finally concludes with a WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue. [[spoiler: Mordecai finally realizes his dream of becoming an artist, and becomes fairly successfull. A few years later, he meets the love of his life (a fellow artist) at one of his shows, and the two marry and have several children together. Rigby marries Eileen and they have two daughters whom Rigby introduces to videogames as soon as they are able to play. Benson marries Pam, and while the two never have kids, they raise several cats together, along with Bensons pet pig Applesauce. Muscle Man and Starla have five more children over the next few years. Fives and Celia become a popular DJ duo and eventually have a child together as well. Skips remains at the park, helping Benson train a new crew of park workers. The series concludes with the gang meeting for a 25th anniversery reunion at the park to raise a statue of Mr Maellard, who has now passed on. They are joined by their children and grandchildren. Mordecai and Rigby remain best friends to this day]]

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** The series finally concludes with a WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue. [[spoiler: Mordecai finally realizes his dream of becoming an artist, and becomes fairly successfull. A few years later, he meets the love of his life (a fellow artist) at one of his shows, and the two marry and have several children together. Rigby marries Eileen and they have two daughters whom Rigby introduces to videogames as soon as they are able to play. Benson marries Pam, and while the two never have kids, they raise several cats together, along with Bensons pet pig Applesauce. Muscle Man and Starla have five more children over the next few years. Fives and Celia become a popular DJ duo and eventually have a child together as well. Skips remains at the park, helping Benson train a new crew of park workers. The series concludes with the gang meeting for a 25th anniversery reunion at the park to raise a statue of Mr Maellard, who has now passed on. They are joined by their children and grandchildren. Mordecai and Rigby remain best friends to this day]]day.]]
30th Mar '17 4:24:17 AM Unityd3v
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** The song used for [[spoiler: the montage]] helps too. Who'd a thunk J.G. was a fan of [[spoiler: Music/DavidBowie]] to used [[spoiler: [[Music/{{Heroes}} "Heroes"]]]]?

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** The song used for [[spoiler: the montage]] helps too. Who'd a thunk J.G. was a fan of [[spoiler: Music/DavidBowie]] to used use [[spoiler: [[Music/{{Heroes}} "Heroes"]]]]?
27th Feb '17 7:47:32 PM dannylightninglightner
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** The fact that the whole idea to get Benson a gift was Pops' idea. Though the two have had their disagreements and have frustrated each other in the past, Pops clearly values all of Benson's hard work, and his friendship.



** Even if the ending makes it bittwersweet, it's hard not to smile at the "date montage" in the beginning, which plays this a bit more straight.

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** Even if the ending makes it bittwersweet, bittersweet, it's hard not to smile at the "date montage" in the beginning, which plays this a bit more straight.straight.
** A minor one, but when Pops panics and bursts into tears in the interrogation room, Benson gently tries to calm him down, saying "use your words, Pops."
27th Feb '17 7:40:49 PM dannylightninglightner
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* Both Mordecai and Rigby realizing that they really screwed things up when Benson has a complete emotional breakdown upon believing he's going to lose his job in "Broken Cart". And then putting their lives on the line to keep that from happening.

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* ** Both Mordecai and Rigby realizing that they really screwed things up when Benson has a complete emotional breakdown upon believing he's going to lose his job in "Broken "Busted Cart". And then putting their lives on the line to keep that from happening.


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** Mordecai saying "it's an honor to meet you, Muscle Dad," when the gang encounters Muscle Dad's ghost.
** In the car, Muscle Man has a meltdown when the dial on the radio snaps off. Mordecai and Rigby immediately comfort him and assure him that it's not a big deal. Muscle Man is genuinely grateful for this.
19th Feb '17 7:14:11 PM stuffedninja
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[[caption-width-right:224:[[ItMakesSenseInContext There is some context behind this]].[[labelnote:context]]the context being that the Rigby in this picture isn't actually Rigby; he's a doppelganger, and since the real Rigby would never hug Mordecai, Mordecai was able to tell which Rigby was real.[[/labelnote]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:224:[[ItMakesSenseInContext There is some context behind behind]] [[OutOfCharacterMoment this]].[[labelnote:context]]the context being that the Rigby in this picture isn't actually Rigby; he's a doppelganger, and since the real Rigby would never hug Mordecai, Mordecai was able to tell which Rigby was real.[[/labelnote]]]]
19th Feb '17 3:54:05 PM dannylightninglightner
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* Though Pops hadn't completed the milk challenge, the guys still would have let him join in on guys' night just because they saw how much he wanted it.

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* Though Pops hadn't completed the milk challenge, the guys still would have let him join in on guys' guy's night just because they saw how much he wanted it.


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** Near the beginning of the episode, the guys are obviously apprehensive about Pops being able to complete a challenge, and hesitantly try to talk Pops out of it. Shockingly, it's [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold MUSCLE MAN]] who persuades the rest of the guys to at least let him ''try''. Muscle Man, the most brutish, jerkish, and crude guy out of all of them, is the one who's the most confident in the comically effeminate Pops. Now that is saying something.
5th Feb '17 10:56:41 AM dannylightninglightner
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* The entire rapping contest episode definately qualifies as this.

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* The entire rapping contest episode definately definitely qualifies as this.this.
* After the [[NightmareFuel hellish]] [[TearJerker conclusion]] of "Think Positive," Pops has enough grace to admit that his decisions as park manager were wrong, and that Benson is a ''much'' better fit for the position than himself. [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Then he and Benson shake hands, smiling]].
** Though his priorities weren't in the right place, [[BenevolentBoss Pops' intentions certainly were]]. The episode begins with Pops looking increasingly furious and ''disgusted'' when he sees Benson yelling at Mordecai and Rigby. And when he calls Benson into his office to address this, Pops acts like a complete gentleman, never ''once'' raising his voice.
31st Jan '17 10:14:35 AM dannylightninglightner
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** Muscle Man's love song for Starla in the episode was genuinely sweet.
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