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15th May '16 6:03:13 PM nombretomado
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** Once again, Katey Sagal plays an [[AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents amazing embarrassing mom]] (cf. ''8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter'', ''Recess'', and ''MarriedWithChildren'', though Mordecai's mom is more like Spinelli's mom than Cate Hennessy[[note]]who isn't that embarrassing a mom[[/note]] or Peg Bundy[[note]]who is embarrassing, but doesn't really act like a mom[[/note]]).

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** Once again, Katey Sagal plays an [[AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents amazing embarrassing mom]] (cf. ''8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter'', ''Recess'', and ''MarriedWithChildren'', ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', though Mordecai's mom is more like Spinelli's mom than Cate Hennessy[[note]]who isn't that embarrassing a mom[[/note]] or Peg Bundy[[note]]who is embarrassing, but doesn't really act like a mom[[/note]]).
18th Apr '16 2:58:28 PM ParkedCarAnne
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** After The Power, Free Cake, and Meat Your Maker, Quintel and the crew weren't allowed to use the words "Pissed" anymore, nor any other swear words.

** The use of weaponry also had to be toned down after the Season 5 Finale.

** Many of the violence and sexual references were to be heavily censored in most later episodes.

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\n** After The Power, Free Cake, **After "The Power", "Free Cake", and Meat "Meat Your Maker, Maker", Quintel and the crew weren't allowed to use the words "Pissed" anymore, "pissed off" anymore (which is why all instances of it were redubbed to "ticked off"--though the season one DVD and [=BluRay=] set has it uncut), nor any other swear words.

pseudo-swear words (though "screwed" when used in the expression "screwed up" and "sucks" when used to mean something that's bad, unfair, or of poor quality are heard from time to time).
** The use After the season five finale, a lot of weaponry also the violence and sexually suggestive humor had to be toned down after (despite that the Season 5 Finale.

** Many of
show is still rated TV-PG and the violence fact that the "Mordecai/CJ/Margaret" love triangle and sexual references were to be heavily censored in most the "Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special" had everything that Cartoon Network executives wanted toned down), so if you feel that the later episodes.
episodes of ''Regular Show'' feel too LighterAndSofter in comparison to the earlier episodes, then you're not alone.
11th Apr '16 4:43:13 PM mrSonic056
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Quite a few of these:

** After The Power, Free Cake, and Meat Your Maker, Quintel and the crew weren't allowed to use the words "Pissed" anymore, nor any other swear words.

** The use of weaponry also had to be toned down after the Season 5 Finale.

** Many of the violence and sexual references were to be heavily censored in most later episodes.
10th Apr '16 5:57:46 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: [[HeyItsThatVoice/RegularShow In its own page, now!]]
17th Mar '16 9:59:34 PM BNSF1995
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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 aswell as TooSoon, given Russia's current invasion of the Ukraine. 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.

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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 aswell as well as TooSoon, given Russia's current invasion of the Ukraine. 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.altered to rename the country Druznia.
14th Mar '16 10:24:49 PM IvanovTroping97
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** In "Butt Dial", Rich Fulcher plays an answer phone that's also the leader of the Phone Guardians -- exactly the kind of bizarre non-sequitur role he played as a supporting actor on ''Television/TheMightyBoosh'', JG Quintel's inspiration for ''Regular Show''.

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** In "Butt Dial", Rich Fulcher plays an answer phone that's also the leader of the Phone Guardians -- exactly the kind of bizarre non-sequitur role he played as a supporting actor on ''Television/TheMightyBoosh'', ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'', JG Quintel's inspiration for ''Regular Show''.
1st Mar '16 9:08:15 PM AdricDePsycho
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Because Christina Miller (Cartoon Network's latest executive) wants to focus on more child- and family-friendly shows and ''TeenTitansGo'' pretty much taking up most of the channel's daytime block, you'll be lucky to see this show either at all or outside of its 7:30pm block (''AdventureTime'' is in a similar bind). As of February 2016, ''RegularShow'' is on in reruns at 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time, but there hasn't been any word of new episodes (the last new episode that aired was the winter episode "Snow Tubing". Two episodes scheduled to air after that are currently unaired). However, in late February/early March, ''Regular Show'' is now on in reruns at 4:00 in the afternoon (sharing a slot with ''AdventureTime'') and will have new episodes and reruns airing on a Saturday evening block called ''Regular Time Adventure Show'' (even though some new episodes have already appeared on the Cartoon Network video app). On the one hand, ''Adventure Time'' and ''Regular Show'' finally have a regular timeslot for the first time since the shows premiered in 2011; on the other hand, [[FromBadToWorse this is yet another sign of the show getting phased out]] thanks to ExecutiveMeddling.
29th Feb '16 1:05:17 PM ParkedCarAnne
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Because Christina Miller (Cartoon Network's latest executive) wants to focus on more child- and family-friendly shows and ''TeenTitansGo'' pretty much taking up most of the channel's daytime block, you'll be lucky to see this show either at all or outside of its 7:30pm block (''AdventureTime'' is in a similar bind). As of February 2016, ''RegularShow'' is on in reruns at 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time, but there hasn't been any word of new episodes (the last new episode that aired was the winter episode "Snow Tubing". Two episodes scheduled to air after that are currently unaired).
** And in February 2016, new episodes are being released, albeit exclusively online and on Saturdays. Talk about going FromBadToWorse.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Because Christina Miller (Cartoon Network's latest executive) wants to focus on more child- and family-friendly shows and ''TeenTitansGo'' pretty much taking up most of the channel's daytime block, you'll be lucky to see this show either at all or outside of its 7:30pm block (''AdventureTime'' is in a similar bind). As of February 2016, ''RegularShow'' is on in reruns at 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time, but there hasn't been any word of new episodes (the last new episode that aired was the winter episode "Snow Tubing". Two episodes scheduled to air after that are currently unaired).
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unaired). However, in February 2016, late February/early March, ''Regular Show'' is now on in reruns at 4:00 in the afternoon (sharing a slot with ''AdventureTime'') and will have new episodes are being released, albeit exclusively online and reruns airing on Saturdays. Talk about going FromBadToWorse.a Saturday evening block called ''Regular Time Adventure Show'' (even though some new episodes have already appeared on the Cartoon Network video app). On the one hand, ''Adventure Time'' and ''Regular Show'' finally have a regular timeslot for the first time since the shows premiered in 2011; on the other hand, [[FromBadToWorse this is yet another sign of the show getting phased out]] thanks to ExecutiveMeddling.
19th Feb '16 7:02:59 PM BadSplice
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Because Christina Miller (Cartoon Network's latest executive) wants to focus on more child- and family-friendly shows and ''TeenTitansGo'' pretty much taking up most of the channel's daytime block, you'll be lucky to see this show either at all or outside of its 7:30pm block (''AdventureTime'' is in a similar bind). As of February 2015, ''RegularShow'' is on in reruns at 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time, but there hasn't been any word of new episodes (the last new episode that aired was the winter episode "Snow Tubing". Two episodes scheduled to air after that are currently unaired).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Because Christina Miller (Cartoon Network's latest executive) wants to focus on more child- and family-friendly shows and ''TeenTitansGo'' pretty much taking up most of the channel's daytime block, you'll be lucky to see this show either at all or outside of its 7:30pm block (''AdventureTime'' is in a similar bind). As of February 2015, 2016, ''RegularShow'' is on in reruns at 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time, but there hasn't been any word of new episodes (the last new episode that aired was the winter episode "Snow Tubing". Two episodes scheduled to air after that are currently unaired).unaired).
** And in February 2016, new episodes are being released, albeit exclusively online and on Saturdays. Talk about going FromBadToWorse.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: After years of being AdoredByTheNetwork along with ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', the show started facing this as new network head [[MoralGuardians Christina Miller]] decided to pull most support for the show in favor of the ostensibly more kid-friendly ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', with {{ScheduleSlip}}s and restricted rerun times being more common. Now, new episodes are simply put online on Saturdays instead of actually being aired.
19th Feb '16 7:00:34 PM BadSplice
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: After years of being AdoredByTheNetwork along with ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', the show started facing this as new network head [[MoralGuardians Christina Miller]] decided to pull most support for the show in favor of the ostensibly more kid-friendly ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', with {{ScheduleSlip}}s and restricted rerun times being more common. Now, new episodes are simply put online on Saturdays instead of actually being aired.
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