History Radar / RegularShow

28th Apr '16 11:07:55 AM ryanruff13
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-->'''Play Co Man''': (opens a box) Does this Play Blow?

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-->'''Play Co Man''': (opens ''(opens a box) box)'' Does this Play Blow?



* Once again, "shove it" is used (Benson's letter to Mr. Maellard ends with, "Shove it, you decrepit old fart!")

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* Once again, "shove it" is used (Benson's letter to Mr. Maellard ends with, "Shove it, you decrepit old fart!")
fart!") The UK version changes "fart" to "man", surprisingly leaving "shove it" uncensored.
5th Mar '16 3:46:41 PM chaokiwi
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* It is implied that Mordecai saw Pops fully naked on the Cowboys stand, penis and all.

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* It is implied that Mordecai saw Pops fully naked on the Cowboys stand, penis "junk mail" and all.
21st Feb '16 1:41:53 AM thatother1dude
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It's currently ''the'' most radar-dodging show found on Creator/CartoonNetwork's current crop of animated shows[[note]]though ''TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' is starting to catch up -- and ''that'' show is only rated TV-Y7 for fantasy violence[[/note]]. The constant radar-dodging is partially justified as (a) the writers love the challenge of slipping in racy material in a show alleging to be for kids (as inferred in Calvin Wong's quote on this very page), (b) ''Regular Show'' is, in essence, a misplaced Creator/AdultSwim show[[note]]it was originally pitched as such, but there was no room on the schedule for the show, so it was moved to daytime Cartoon Network[[/note]], and (c) the show is a more-or-less BleachedUnderpants version of J.G. Quintel's student films, ''The Naive Man from Lolliland''[[note]]which, aside from one use of the word "hell," is pretty much safe for family viewing[[/note]] and ''2 in the AM PM''[[note]]which is more in Creator/AdultSwim territory due to drug abuse, strong language, and jarring imagery[[/note]].

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It's currently ''the'' most radar-dodging show found on Creator/CartoonNetwork's current crop of animated shows[[note]]though ''TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' is starting to catch up -- and ''that'' show is only rated TV-Y7 for fantasy violence[[/note]].shows. The constant radar-dodging is partially justified as (a) the writers love the challenge of slipping in racy material in a show alleging to be for kids (as inferred in Calvin Wong's quote on this very page), (b) ''Regular Show'' is, in essence, a misplaced Creator/AdultSwim show[[note]]it was originally pitched as such, but there was no room on the schedule for the show, so it was moved to daytime Cartoon Network[[/note]], and (c) the show is a more-or-less BleachedUnderpants version of J.G. Quintel's student films, ''The Naive Man from Lolliland''[[note]]which, aside from one use of the word "hell," is pretty much safe for family viewing[[/note]] and ''2 in the AM PM''[[note]]which is more in Creator/AdultSwim territory due to drug abuse, strong language, and jarring imagery[[/note]].
19th Feb '16 5:40:11 PM ParkedCarAnne
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* The smoothie store is called "Fast and Easy," two adjectives often used to describe sex -- specifically, used as insults to women who [[ReallyGetsAround are promiscuous]].

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* The smoothie store is called "Fast and Easy," two adjectives often used to describe sex -- specifically, used as insults to women who [[ReallyGetsAround are promiscuous]].



* Frank Jones is wearing a hockey mask.

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* Frank Jones is wearing a Jason-style hockey mask.



* Margaret's father is a '''human'''. The only one who ever has a reaction from this is Mordecai, but it's soon over. Seriously. No one saw that coming. The G-rated way of looking at it is maybe Margaret's mom remarried, but it would still give off that [[InterspeciesRomance Interspecies Romance]] vibe even without the implications of sex.

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* Margaret's father is a '''human'''. The only one who ever has a reaction from this is Mordecai, but it's soon over. Seriously. No one saw that coming. The G-rated way of looking at it is maybe Margaret's mom remarried, was once married to a bird, but broke up with her first husband to be with a human man, but it would still give off that [[InterspeciesRomance Interspecies Romance]] vibe even without the implications of sex.







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**In the UK, the line was changed to "Let's liberate some latrines", as the original line was too mired in toilet humor to slide past the censors.



* Rigby says, "Gene sucks!" when Benson announces that he's having lunch with him.

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* Rigby says, "Gene sucks!" when Benson announces that he's having lunch with him.
him. In the UK, the line is changed to "Gene stinks!"
19th Feb '16 5:28:26 PM ParkedCarAnne
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It's currently ''the'' most radar-dodging show found on Creator/CartoonNetwork's current crop of animated shows. The constant radar-dodging is partially justified as (a) the writers love the challenge of slipping in racy material in a show alleging to be for kids (as inferred in Calvin Wong's quote on this very page), (b) ''Regular Show'' is, in essence, a misplaced Creator/AdultSwim show[[note]]it was originally pitched as such, but there was no room on the schedule for the show, so it was moved to daytime Cartoon Network[[/note]], and (c) the show is a more-or-less BleachedUnderpants version of J.G. Quintel's student films, ''The Naive Man from Lolliland''[[note]]which, aside from one use of the word "hell," is pretty much safe for family viewing[[/note]] and ''2 in the AM PM''[[note]]which is more in Creator/AdultSwim territory due to drug abuse, strong language, and jarring imagery[[/note]].

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It's currently ''the'' most radar-dodging show found on Creator/CartoonNetwork's current crop of animated shows.shows[[note]]though ''TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' is starting to catch up -- and ''that'' show is only rated TV-Y7 for fantasy violence[[/note]]. The constant radar-dodging is partially justified as (a) the writers love the challenge of slipping in racy material in a show alleging to be for kids (as inferred in Calvin Wong's quote on this very page), (b) ''Regular Show'' is, in essence, a misplaced Creator/AdultSwim show[[note]]it was originally pitched as such, but there was no room on the schedule for the show, so it was moved to daytime Cartoon Network[[/note]], and (c) the show is a more-or-less BleachedUnderpants version of J.G. Quintel's student films, ''The Naive Man from Lolliland''[[note]]which, aside from one use of the word "hell," is pretty much safe for family viewing[[/note]] and ''2 in the AM PM''[[note]]which is more in Creator/AdultSwim territory due to drug abuse, strong language, and jarring imagery[[/note]].
7th Feb '16 8:25:07 AM ENiG
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* Easy to miss: When the [[spoiler: White Elephant]] stands up at the end of the episode it's revealed that the box he's holding is actually [[http://www.thelonelyisland.com/video/dick-in-a-box attached to his pants.]]
3rd Feb '16 11:29:14 PM thatother1dude
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* One of the ghostly park manager's acceptance speeches is a rant that tells everyone to go "shove it"[[note]]"Shove it," of course, is the shortened form of "shove it up your ass," which, like "Get bent!", was used a lot on the early days of ''The Simpsons'' when viewers were shocked over Bart Simpsons' irreverent attitude and rude language[[/note]]

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* One of the ghostly park manager's acceptance speeches is a rant that tells everyone to go "shove it"[[note]]"Shove it," of course, is the it" (the shortened form of "shove it up your ass," which, like "Get bent!", was used a lot on the early days of ''The Simpsons'' when viewers were shocked over Bart Simpsons' irreverent attitude and rude language[[/note]]
ass").
30th Jan '16 1:32:12 PM ryanruff13
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* The entire episode is political commentary on the current situation in Ukraine. This flies WAY over the heads of the average viewer.[[note]]Consequently, most international versions -- specifically, the UK and Filipino versions -- of the episode was ''very'' extensively edited to remove any Russian references; "Russia" was changed to the fictional country of "Druznia", with any use of "Russia" and "Russian" being redubbed to "Druzia" and "Druznic" respectively, and with any Russian language/imagery/terminology accordingly being changed or removed as well.[[/note]]

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* The entire episode is political commentary on the current situation in Ukraine. This flies WAY over the heads of the average viewer.[[note]]Consequently, most international versions -- specifically, the UK and Filipino versions -- of the episode was were ''very'' extensively edited to remove any Russian references; "Russia" was changed to the fictional country of "Druznia", with any use of "Russia" and "Russian" being redubbed to "Druzia" and "Druznic" respectively, and with any Russian language/imagery/terminology accordingly being changed or removed as well.[[/note]]
29th Jan '16 6:36:52 PM GrammarNavi
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[[note]]This episode is probably the most violent episode in Cartoon Network history outside of ''SymBionicTitan''. In fact, it was supposed to be more gruesome, but CN made JG rewrite the last three minutes of the episode. To put it shortly, everyone gets killed.[[/note]]

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[[note]]This episode is probably the most violent episode in Cartoon Network history outside of ''SymBionicTitan''.''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan''. In fact, it was supposed to be more gruesome, but CN made JG rewrite the last three minutes of the episode. To put it shortly, everyone gets killed.[[/note]]
27th Jan '16 4:59:01 AM WhatArtThee
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* Surprisingly, nothing.

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* Surprisingly, nothing.
Outside of the blond cult trying to kill Mordecai by dipping him in boiling hair dye, nothing really got past the censors this time around.



* A couple of the members in the [=CrewCrew=] are voiced by DonaldGlover (credited under his rapper name Childish Gambino) and Tyler, the Creator--rappers known for using explicit lyrics in their music, ''especially'' the latter.

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* A couple of the members in the [=CrewCrew=] are voiced by DonaldGlover (credited under his rapper name Childish Gambino) and Tyler, the Creator--rappers known for using explicit lyrics in their music, ''especially'' the latter.




* "[[ImprobablyCoolCar Carmanita's]] special parts should only be manipulated by a professional."



* Pops quotes the song "[[Music/VanHalen Hot for Teacher]]".
-->'''Pops:''' I brought my [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything pencil]], give me something to write on, man!

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* Pops quotes the song "[[Music/VanHalen Hot for Teacher]]".
-->'''Pops:''' I brought my [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything pencil]], give me something to write on, man!



* The title itself, which is a take on The Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," which has been interpreted as a reference to hallucinogenic drugs (specifically LSD ["Lucy" "Sky" "Diamonds"]).



* The Song "Whoomp! (There It Is)" was played in this episode, which has profanity in it, however, it only featured a part without any.
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