History Trivia / RegularShow

6th Jul '16 4:11:55 PM notShemp
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* CrossoverShip: Mordecai and Twilight Sparkle from [[MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic MLP:FiM]] is a surprisingly popular ship... for some reason.
4th Jul '16 5:08:21 PM ParkedCarAnne
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** EdAsner(Santa) previously portrayed Santa in ''Film/{{Elf}}'' and an obscure 1995 animated special called ''The Story of Santa Claus'' (which also featured Creator/BettyWhite and Creator/TimCurry), which was introduced to a wider audience when it aired on CBS in 2015 after ''WesternAnimation/FrostyReturns''.

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** EdAsner(Santa) EdAsner (Santa) previously portrayed Santa in ''Film/{{Elf}}'' and an obscure 1995 animated special called ''The Story of Santa Claus'' (which also featured Creator/BettyWhite and Creator/TimCurry), which was introduced to a wider audience when it aired on CBS in 2015 after ''WesternAnimation/FrostyReturns''.



** In Russia, the episode "The Real Thomas" has been banned because its premise about Thomas being a Russian spy was considered offensive as well as TooSoon, given Russia's current invasion of the Ukraine and the beginning of a second UsefulNotes/ColdWar between the United States and Russia, never mind the fact that Russian news outlet RT called the episode "American propaganda", and indeed, the episode is often seen as sharp, biting, ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''-style commentary on current events. In countries such as the UK and Australia, the episode is allowed to air, but a lot of the Russian references have been cut or altered to rename the country Druznia, purportedly so kids wouldn't fear Russia.

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** In Russia, the episode "The Real Thomas" has been banned because its premise about of Thomas being a Russian spy was considered offensive as well as TooSoon, given Russia's current invasion of the Ukraine and the beginning of a second UsefulNotes/ColdWar between the United States and Russia, never mind the fact that Russian news outlet RT called the episode "American propaganda", and indeed, the episode is often seen as sharp, biting, ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''-style commentary on current events. Russia. In countries such as the UK UK, the Philippines, and Australia, the episode is allowed to air, but a lot of the Russian references have been cut or altered to rename the country Druznia, purportedly so kids wouldn't fear Russia.Druznia alongside the usual edits for violence and suggestive themes.



*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now: '''''none'''''. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience (though ''TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has proven to be just as raunchy, violent, and highbrow as ''Regular Show'', ''Adventure Time'', and ''Steven Universe'' and, barring the occasional SeriesHiatus due to the ''Gumball'' staff creating new episodes and Cartoon Network rearranging their schedule on an almost monthly basis, the reruns and new episodes of that show are plentiful...[[TemptingFate at least for now]]), which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' and the reboot of ''The Powerpuff Girls''.
* GodNeverSaidThat: Liking a slash pairing (Mordecai/Rigby) is one thing, but thinking it would actually happen in canon is just not realistic, no matter how much you want it to be[[note]]unless it's ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', which did seem to heavily hint at the HoYay between Larry and Tuddrussell[[/note]]. In one offscreen convention with the key crew members of the show (executive producers, writers, animators, storyboard artists, etc), a fan asked about the pairing and the events of the episode "Do me a Solid", the staff members answered, "Oh, Rigby has some special feelings for Mordecai." Notice how there are no hints to anything romantic or sexual. People can have feelings for others without it being romantic or sexual (platonic friendships, bonding between siblings and relatives, etc). Benton Connor even confirmed that Rigby isn't even a homosexual, but the more rabid fans refuse to listen and go by what they've cooked up in their imagination. Shortly after the convention, the episode "Diary" appeared, which Rigby confessed that he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses, implying that he likes Eileen (and a lot of later episodes do show he and Eileen bonding and seasons six and seven show that Rigby and Eileen are dating and that Rigby is trying to better himself so he can be with her). All of this is what happens when cartoon fans (specifically, the PeripheryDemographic of teens and 20-somethings) refuse to go by canon and decide to pervert it for their own pleasure.

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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now: '''''none'''''. '''''none'''''[[note]]though, as of July 2016, reruns from season two are airing...at 7:00 in the morning[[/note]]. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience (though audience[[note]]though ''TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has proven to be just as raunchy, violent, and highbrow as ''Regular Show'', ''Adventure Time'', and ''Steven Universe'' and, barring the occasional SeriesHiatus due to the ''Gumball'' staff creating new episodes, the new episodes and Cartoon Network rearranging their schedule on an almost monthly basis, the reruns and new episodes of that show ''Gumball'' are plentiful...[[TemptingFate at least for now]]), now]][[/note]], which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' and the not-quite-loathed-but-still-considered-mediocre-and-unnecessary reboot of ''The Powerpuff Girls''.
* GodNeverSaidThat: Liking a slash pairing (Mordecai/Rigby) is one thing, but thinking it would actually happen in canon is just not realistic, no matter how much you want it to be[[note]]unless it's ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', which did seem to heavily hint at the HoYay between Larry and Tuddrussell[[/note]].Tuddrussell and has been addressed by voice actors Rob Paulsen and Mark Hamill as being canon[[/note]]. In one offscreen convention with the key crew members of the show (executive producers, writers, animators, storyboard artists, etc), a fan asked about the pairing and the events of the episode "Do me a Solid", the staff members answered, "Oh, Rigby has some special feelings for Mordecai." Notice how there are no hints to anything romantic or sexual. People can have feelings for others without it being romantic or sexual (platonic friendships, bonding between siblings and relatives, etc). Benton Connor even confirmed that Rigby isn't even a homosexual, but the more rabid fans refuse to listen and go by what they've cooked up in their imagination. Shortly after the convention, the episode "Diary" appeared, which Rigby confessed that he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses, implying that he likes Eileen (and a lot of later episodes do show he and Eileen bonding and seasons six and seven show that Rigby and Eileen are dating and that Rigby is trying to better himself so he can be with her). All of this is what happens when cartoon fans (specifically, the PeripheryDemographic of teens and 20-somethings) refuse to go by canon and decide to pervert it for their own pleasure.
23rd Jun '16 8:45:46 PM nombretomado
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* GodNeverSaidThat: Liking a slash pairing (Mordecai/Rigby) is one thing, but thinking it would actually happen in canon is just not realistic, no matter how much you want it to be[[note]]unless it's ''TimeSquad'', which did seem to heavily hint at the HoYay between Larry and Tuddrussell[[/note]]. In one offscreen convention with the key crew members of the show (executive producers, writers, animators, storyboard artists, etc), a fan asked about the pairing and the events of the episode "Do me a Solid", the staff members answered, "Oh, Rigby has some special feelings for Mordecai." Notice how there are no hints to anything romantic or sexual. People can have feelings for others without it being romantic or sexual (platonic friendships, bonding between siblings and relatives, etc). Benton Connor even confirmed that Rigby isn't even a homosexual, but the more rabid fans refuse to listen and go by what they've cooked up in their imagination. Shortly after the convention, the episode "Diary" appeared, which Rigby confessed that he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses, implying that he likes Eileen (and a lot of later episodes do show he and Eileen bonding and seasons six and seven show that Rigby and Eileen are dating and that Rigby is trying to better himself so he can be with her). All of this is what happens when cartoon fans (specifically, the PeripheryDemographic of teens and 20-somethings) refuse to go by canon and decide to pervert it for their own pleasure.

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* GodNeverSaidThat: Liking a slash pairing (Mordecai/Rigby) is one thing, but thinking it would actually happen in canon is just not realistic, no matter how much you want it to be[[note]]unless it's ''TimeSquad'', ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'', which did seem to heavily hint at the HoYay between Larry and Tuddrussell[[/note]]. In one offscreen convention with the key crew members of the show (executive producers, writers, animators, storyboard artists, etc), a fan asked about the pairing and the events of the episode "Do me a Solid", the staff members answered, "Oh, Rigby has some special feelings for Mordecai." Notice how there are no hints to anything romantic or sexual. People can have feelings for others without it being romantic or sexual (platonic friendships, bonding between siblings and relatives, etc). Benton Connor even confirmed that Rigby isn't even a homosexual, but the more rabid fans refuse to listen and go by what they've cooked up in their imagination. Shortly after the convention, the episode "Diary" appeared, which Rigby confessed that he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses, implying that he likes Eileen (and a lot of later episodes do show he and Eileen bonding and seasons six and seven show that Rigby and Eileen are dating and that Rigby is trying to better himself so he can be with her). All of this is what happens when cartoon fans (specifically, the PeripheryDemographic of teens and 20-somethings) refuse to go by canon and decide to pervert it for their own pleasure.
14th Jun '16 11:12:13 AM ParkedCarAnne
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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now: '''''none'''''. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience (though the newer episodes of ''TheAmazingWorldofGumball'' are just as raunchy, violent, and highbrow as ''Adventure Time'', ''Regular Show'', and ''Steven Universe'' and reruns and new episodes are plentiful [barring the occasional SeriesHiatus due to debuting new programming and the staff creating new episodes]), which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' and the reboot of ''The Powerpuff Girls''.

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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now: '''''none'''''. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience (though the newer episodes of ''TheAmazingWorldofGumball'' are ''TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has proven to be just as raunchy, violent, and highbrow as ''Regular Show'', ''Adventure Time'', ''Regular Show'', and ''Steven Universe'' and reruns and new episodes are plentiful [barring and, barring the occasional SeriesHiatus due to debuting new programming and the ''Gumball'' staff creating new episodes]), episodes and Cartoon Network rearranging their schedule on an almost monthly basis, the reruns and new episodes of that show are plentiful...[[TemptingFate at least for now]]), which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' and the reboot of ''The Powerpuff Girls''.
14th Jun '16 11:05:41 AM ParkedCarAnne
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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now. Read: NONE. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience, which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo''.
* GodNeverSaidThat: Liking a slash pairing (Mordecai/Rigby) is one thing, but thinking it would actually happen in canon is just not realistic, no matter how much you want it to be[[note]]unless it's ''TimeSquad'', which did seem to heavily hint at the HoYay between Larry and Tuddrussell[[/note]]. In one offscreen convention with the key crew members of the show (executive producers, writers, animators, storyboard artists, etc), a fan asked about the pairing and the events of the episode "Do me a Solid", the staff members answered, "Oh, Rigby has some special feelings for Mordecai." Notice how there are no hints to anything romantic or sexual. People can have feelings for others without it being romantic or sexual (platonic friendships, bonding between siblings and relatives, etc). Benton Connor even confirmed that Rigby isn't even a homosexual, but the more rabid fans refuse to listen and go by what they've cooked up in their imagination. Shortly after the convention, the episode "Diary" appeared, which Rigby confessed that he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses, implying that he likes Eileen (and a lot of later episodes do show he and Eileen bonding). All of this is what happens when cartoon fans (specifically, the PeripheryDemographic of teens and 20-somethings) refuse to go by canon and decide to pervert it for their own pleasure.

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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now. Read: NONE. now: '''''none'''''. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience, audience (though the newer episodes of ''TheAmazingWorldofGumball'' are just as raunchy, violent, and highbrow as ''Adventure Time'', ''Regular Show'', and ''Steven Universe'' and reruns and new episodes are plentiful [barring the occasional SeriesHiatus due to debuting new programming and the staff creating new episodes]), which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo''.
''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' and the reboot of ''The Powerpuff Girls''.
* GodNeverSaidThat: Liking a slash pairing (Mordecai/Rigby) is one thing, but thinking it would actually happen in canon is just not realistic, no matter how much you want it to be[[note]]unless it's ''TimeSquad'', which did seem to heavily hint at the HoYay between Larry and Tuddrussell[[/note]]. In one offscreen convention with the key crew members of the show (executive producers, writers, animators, storyboard artists, etc), a fan asked about the pairing and the events of the episode "Do me a Solid", the staff members answered, "Oh, Rigby has some special feelings for Mordecai." Notice how there are no hints to anything romantic or sexual. People can have feelings for others without it being romantic or sexual (platonic friendships, bonding between siblings and relatives, etc). Benton Connor even confirmed that Rigby isn't even a homosexual, but the more rabid fans refuse to listen and go by what they've cooked up in their imagination. Shortly after the convention, the episode "Diary" appeared, which Rigby confessed that he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses, implying that he likes Eileen (and a lot of later episodes do show he and Eileen bonding).bonding and seasons six and seven show that Rigby and Eileen are dating and that Rigby is trying to better himself so he can be with her). All of this is what happens when cartoon fans (specifically, the PeripheryDemographic of teens and 20-somethings) refuse to go by canon and decide to pervert it for their own pleasure.



* NamesTheSame: Thomas is the name of both the park's billy-goat intern (who turns out o be a Russian spy) and Death's son. Rigby even says so on the episode where Mordecai and C.J. have to babysit Death's son Thomas and C.J. says, "Isn't he, like, in college?" before Mordecai corrects her.

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* NamesTheSame: Thomas is the name of both the park's billy-goat intern (who turns out o be a Russian Russian/Druznik spy) and Death's son. Rigby even says so on the episode where Mordecai and C.J. have to babysit Death's son Thomas and C.J. says, "Isn't he, like, in college?" before Mordecai corrects her.
9th Jun '16 11:20:50 PM BNSF1995
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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now. Read: NONE. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience, which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo''.

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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now. Read: NONE. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience, which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo''.
9th Jun '16 11:17:46 PM BNSF1995
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** EdAsner(Santa) previously portrayed Santa in ''Film/{{Elf}}''

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** EdAsner(Santa) previously portrayed Santa in ''Film/{{Elf}}''''Film/{{Elf}}'' and an obscure 1995 animated special called ''The Story of Santa Claus'' (which also featured Creator/BettyWhite and Creator/TimCurry), which was introduced to a wider audience when it aired on CBS in 2015 after ''WesternAnimation/FrostyReturns''.



** In Russia, the episode "The Real Thomas" has been banned because its premise about Thomas being a Russian spy was considered offensive as well as TooSoon, given Russia's current invasion of the Ukraine, never mind the fact that Russian news outlet RT called the episode "American propaganda", and indeed, the episode is often seen as ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''-style commentary on current events. In countries such as the UK and Australia, the episode is allowed to air, but a lot of the Russian references have been cut or altered to rename the country Druznia.

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** In Russia, the episode "The Real Thomas" has been banned because its premise about Thomas being a Russian spy was considered offensive as well as TooSoon, given Russia's current invasion of the Ukraine, Ukraine and the beginning of a second UsefulNotes/ColdWar between the United States and Russia, never mind the fact that Russian news outlet RT called the episode "American propaganda", and indeed, the episode is often seen as sharp, biting, ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''-style commentary on current events. In countries such as the UK and Australia, the episode is allowed to air, but a lot of the Russian references have been cut or altered to rename the country Druznia.Druznia, purportedly so kids wouldn't fear Russia.


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*** It gets worse when you see how many ''Regular Show'' reruns there are now. Read: NONE. This is in-line with several theories that Cartoon Network is currently being run by MoralGuardians who see ''Regular Show'', as well as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' as too raunchy, violent, and highbrow for their target audience, which is often seen as the main reason for the over-saturation of the schedule with reruns of the widely-hated ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo''.
8th Jun '16 4:14:35 PM mrSonic056
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* MissingEpisode: Any episodes from season 1 that aren't re-run much can count, most commonly "The Unicorns Have Got To Go".

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* MissingEpisode: Any episodes from season 1 that aren't re-run much can count, most commonly "The ''The Unicorns Have Got To Go".Go''.
3rd Jun '16 7:29:21 AM mrSonic056
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* MissingEpisode: Any episodes from season 1 can count, most notably "The Unicorns Have Got To Go".

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* MissingEpisode: Any episodes from season 1 that aren't re-run much can count, most notably commonly "The Unicorns Have Got To Go".
3rd Jun '16 7:22:22 AM mrSonic056
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* MissingEpisode: Any episodes from season 1 can count, most notably "The Unicorns Have Got To Go".
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