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28th Jun '17 11:23:55 AM Franco-America2018
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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s (with some '90s) feel to it, despite being set in the present day (2010s). (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques, their current United States president look pretty like Bill Clinton and Skips backstory of how becoming mortal have 1980s high school tropes-like atmosphere despite set in ''the 1800s''.

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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s (with some '90s) feel to it, despite being set in the present day (2010s). (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques, their current United States president look pretty like Bill Clinton and Skips backstory of how becoming mortal immortal have 1980s high school tropes-like atmosphere despite set in ''the 1800s''.
28th Jun '17 11:22:26 AM Franco-America2018
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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s feel to it, despite being set in the present day. (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques.

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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s (with some '90s) feel to it, despite being set in the present day.day (2010s). (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques.techniques, their current United States president look pretty like Bill Clinton and Skips backstory of how becoming mortal have 1980s high school tropes-like atmosphere despite set in ''the 1800s''.
27th Jun '17 4:13:30 PM ElSquibbonator
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** Later seasons use lasers, though. This might be because of censors cracking down on the show, or it might be because, as the show's story arc progressed, it took on more of a sci-fi theme.
25th Jun '17 2:05:44 AM SolariusScorch
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** Benson has a relationship of sort with an human called Audrey despite him being a gumball machine.

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** Benson has a relationship of sort with an human called Audrey despite him being a gumball machine. Later he finds a soulmate in Pam, a human scientist.
4th Jun '17 4:41:17 PM Monolaf317
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11th Apr '17 11:07:45 AM landmark356
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** A running gag in "Stick Hockey" where phrases regarding playing with sticks are often said followed by a "Don't say it like that."
13th Mar '17 6:47:55 PM kome360
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* EternalRecurrence: The backstory of the show reveals this to be the fate of the universe, [[spoiler:When Pops and his evil twin assume their apex tiantic forms and punch the universe into oblivion and back]]. However, the recurrence isn't perfect and small things glitch with each new iteration of the universe (which explains a lot). THIS universe iteration, the one Regular Show takes place in, is the first one where the balance is finally broken, and the forces of the cosmos are scrambling to come out on top, knowing that this is the universe which might not reset. Long story short, [[spoiler:Pops wins, happy ending, jolly good show, okay you can turn off your televisions now]].
4th Mar '17 10:23:57 PM Idek618
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** In the stories in the Halloween Special, this is in full effect. [[spoiler:Rigby's [[KillEmAll takes this to it's logical conclusion.]]]]

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** In the stories in the Halloween Special, this is in full effect. [[spoiler:Rigby's [[KillEmAll takes this to it's its logical conclusion.]]]]
19th Feb '17 7:39:59 PM stuffedninja
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* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl: See DownerEnding below.]]

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* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl: DidNotGetTheGirl: See DownerEnding below.]]


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* DramaticDrop: In "Dumped at the Altar", Mordecai drops his coffee cup when Rigby tells him that he and Eileen are dating. It even has a musical sting, no less.
15th Feb '17 10:01:39 AM costanton11
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* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler: At the series' end, Mordecai and his unnamed bat-woman wife, Rigby and Eileen, and Muscle Man and Starla all have a bunch of kids running around.]]

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* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler: At the series' end, Mordecai and his unnamed bat-woman wife, Rigby and Eileen, and Muscle Man and Starla all have a bunch of kids running around. Hi-Five Ghost and Cecilia also have a kid.]]
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