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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.]]
4th Feb '17 6:12:27 PM Mdjj1996
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* DudeNotFunny: Muscle Man gets this from everyone else in "The End of Muscle Man," [[spoiler: when at first we all thought Muscle Man was going to die, but is later reveal this was part of his plan to propose to his girlfriend. Everyone scolds him because death is not a metaphor, but Fives though it was amazing]].
3rd Feb '17 7:37:37 AM morenohijazo
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: The international airings of this show are either edited to pieces or have [[MissingEpisode missing episodes]]. The biggest offenders are the versions shown in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Southeast Asia (particularly the version shown in the Philippines), and Latin America.



* {{Bowdlerization}}: The international airings of this show are either edited to pieces or have [[MissingEpisode missing episodes]]. The biggest offenders are the versions shown in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Southeast Asia (particularly the version shown in the Philippines), and Latin America.



* BrainBleach: Mordecai is in need of some in "Brain Eraser," after seeing Pops in the nude.



* BrainBleach: Mordecai is in need of some in "Brain Eraser," after seeing Pops in the nude.


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* BuryingASubstitute: When Muscle Man's dad dies, his funeral urn contains not his ashes, but the ashes of his trucker's hat. It's never made clear why just his hat was cremated, just that Muscle Man plans to scatter them at the Truckers Hall of Fame.
22nd Jan '17 9:54:46 AM ToApeiron
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** [[spoiler:The Power from the homonym episode]] plays a significant role in the finale: [[After glitching reality and ending up in said very first episode, Mordecai and Rigby use the Power to go back to the future to help Pops defeat Anti-Pops.]]


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** [[spoiler: The Power from the homonym episode]] plays a significant role in the finale: [[spoiler: After glitching reality and ending up in said very first episode, Mordecai and Rigby use the Power to go back to the future to help Pops defeat Anti-Pops.]]
22nd Jan '17 9:49:00 AM ToApeiron
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* ChekhovsSkill:

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* ChekhovsSkill: ** [[spoiler:The Power from the homonym episode]] plays a significant role in the finale: [[After glitching reality and ending up in said very first episode, Mordecai and Rigby use the Power to go back to the future to help Pops defeat Anti-Pops.]]
22nd Jan '17 5:10:52 AM dannylightninglightner
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** In "Prankless," the episode begins humorously with Muscle Man taping Mordecai's bed to the ceiling while laughing. Things go downhill ''fast'' when the bed ends up falling on Pops, crushing him. As Pops lies on the floor sobbing and Benson calls for an ambulance, Muscle Man goes into a HeroicBSOD from the guilt.
19th Jan '17 9:27:48 PM MrGuy
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* DistantFinale: The series finale ends with a flash-forward 25 years into the future.
This list shows the last 10 events of 330. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=RegularShow.TropesAToM