The characters on ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' include:
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The main cast of ''Regular Show'', the staff members of a privately owned (but publicly used) park in an unnamed city.

!Mordecai
!!!Voiced by: J.G. Quintel
!!!Debuted in: "Pilot"/Season 1, "The Power"
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[[caption-width-right:197:"Ugh, we're so fired for this..."]]

A tall blue jay out of art school who works with his friend Rigby at the park. Between the two, Mordecai is the more mature, although he will sometimes play along with the more enthusiastic Rigby's hijinks.

%% Do NOT add AcrophobicBird.

* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: He dreads going back to his parents' house in "Maxin' and Relaxin'" because of his mom driving away any lady friends he had by being really embarrassing, as well as an old video tape of epic fails when he was a kid.
* AmericanAccents: He has an obvious So Cal accent, due to California native J.G. Quintel just using his normal voice for him.
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: He had his moments, when he got distracted of something.
* AuthorAvatar: Besides being voiced by him, Creator J.G. Quintel has stated that Mordecai is based on his own personality traits (what he'd do in any given situation).
* {{Badass}}: Taking down {{Eldritch Abomination}}s and other monsters nearly once a week definitely makes him qualify.
** BadassDriver: Usually in high speed situations he's the one behind the wheel and can pulls off some pretty gnarly tricks.
** MeaningfulName: His name is Hebrew for "warrior".
* BeardOfSorrow: After [[spoiler: Margaret leaves. He shaves it off after the rest of the park help him get back to normal again.]]
* BirdsOfAFeather: With C.J. They but like to have fun, play video games, go to rock bands, etc. Also literally, as he is a bird.
* BlueIsHeroic: He's one of the heroes, is more level-headed and is even the blue Oni to Rigby's red Oni.
* BrilliantButLazy: He is much smarter than Rigby (although that's not saying much), and holds a high school diploma.
* CatchPhrase: "OOOOOOOOH!", "Dude", "Awww Sick!", and "YAY-YUH!", the last of which is pretty much Quintel's own catchphrase.
** Also whenever Rigby's in danger or Mordecai's worried about him, he sometimes stretches out his wing and cries "Rigby!"
* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: The main element of a lot of episodes is Mordecai and Rigby attempting to shirk some responsibility and usually doesn't resolve unless they own up to what they've done.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Yeah, he still punches Rigby in the arm once in a while when he says something jerkish or idiotic (though that seems to be fading as well), but he became less abusive towards Rigby in comparison to the earlier episodes (when's the last time you ever saw them play punchies?)
* CharacterDevelopment: He's gotten better at talking to Margaret, and they've had romantic moments together even if they're not technically dating. She's even let him kiss her. This would never have happened in the earlier episodes. He also appreciates Rigby more (only punching him when he says or something stupid or assholish instead of for no reason), and tends to care far more about him than he did early on.
** He gets some more in "I Like You Hi". [[spoiler: Asking CJ out instead of beating around the bush like he did with Margaret once he realizes he does like like her. ]]
* CheatedAngle: He's almost never shown head-on, and even when he is, his head crest is still angled.
* TheConscience: He's the voice of reason for Rigby.
* CoolLoser: He's not popular amongst the crowd, or super successful, but he's still a cool guy amongst his friends, and the audience.
* DeadpanSnarker: Occasionally, but when he does, it's usually towards Rigby.
--> '''Rigby''': ''(when applying his mom's cleaning formula)'' "By the power of my mom, stain be gone!"
--> '''Mordecai''': "Hmm, maybe that's why your house is never clean."
* DidNotGetTheGirl: Toward the end of "Steak Me Amadeus", Margaret leaves for her dream school, believing she may never get another chance like this again. At least she's got her priorities in order.
* DopeSlap: More like Dope Punch. He tends to occasionally punch Rigby in the arm when he either says something stupid, insensitive or insulting in later episodes.
* FeatherFingers: He's a humanoid bird with hands that look webbed.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Phlegmatic/Melancholic -- Pretty much the StraightMan, but also extremely lazy and timid ([[spoiler:however he somewhat grows out of this]]).
* TheGadfly: Picks on Rigby. A lot. Though it's toned down from physical violence for no reason to verbal jabs and the occasional physical one when Rigby either insults him or says something really stupid or insensitive in later episodes.
* GenreSavvy: In "Butt Dial", the episode begins with Mordecai raving about how their night hanging out with Margaret and Eileen went so smoothly. Specifically, that "nothing went wrong. No space portals, no video demons, nobody got hurt." Though inevitably, something weird still happens later in the episode.
* GoingCommando: The secret that Mordecai reveals in "Diary" is that "[he] likes going commando. A lot." Considering he goes around completely naked at all times, this much should already be obvious.
* HeavySleeper: How he ended up in Australia without noticing in "Mordecai and Rigby Down Under".
* HerHeartWillGoOn: HIS Heart Will Go On. It takes him a bit, but he eventually moves on from Margaret with CJ.
* HeroicBSOD: Shown in the montage at the beginning of "Laundry Woes" [[spoiler: After Margaret leaves. He snaps out of it after the entire park pulls together to help him.]]
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Rigby. In the episode "Don", Mordecai even says that they're like brothers.
* {{Hipster}}: Several instances, but the quote "You can't touch music. But music can touch you" wraps it up.
** "You gotta be in the know to know, ya know?"
** Also the bit in "Grave Sights", where his movie of choice is a black-and-white foreign film.
*** Almost all the bands he and Rigby listen to are British Glam Metal bands, implying that they revere the British (which is common amongst American hipsters).
** The entire episode, "Cool Bikes", when he and Rigby shown to be cool bike riders and in fashion.
** Mordecai lists the "annoying music" as one of the reasons why he doesn't like going to clubs, though Rigby comments that he likes the music.
* HopelessSuitor: With Margaret. Hell, when he ignores her ([[ItMakesSenseInContext due to being mindless]]) in "Brain Eraser", she suddenly finds him attractive.
** Deconstructed later on in the series until it's reduced to nothing.
* InformedAbility: In "Slam Dunk", Mordecai apparently has enough knowledge in HTML coding for Margaret to ask him to help make her website.
** He also mentioned offhand in one episode that he went to an art college, though he has never actually shown any real interest or talent in art (though that could just be a throwaway reference to his creator and voice actor, J.G. Quintel), though in "The Best VHS in the World," he did tell Button [=McButtonWillow=] that he should take life drawing classes because of how bad his fanart of The Best VHS in the World is. In "Fool Me Twice", Mordecai brings up his art college again and Rigby revealed that he never graduated which may explain why he works as a groundskeeper. It becomes subverted in "Bad Portrait" where Mordecai paints a portrait and it's revealed that we never see him draw or paint is because of his fear of people misinterpreting or getting offended by his artwork. He gets over it by the end [[spoiler: Paints a painting that is incredibly well received and ends up hung in Benson's office]] and is seen taking an art class at community college with CJ in "I Like You High.
** In "Rigby in the Sky with Burrito", he used to play the saxophone in high school when he was in jazz band.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He can be lazy and obnoxious, and a bit of a jerk to Rigby, but he's still a pretty nice guy.
* ManChild: He's a lot more level-headed and less impulsive than Rigby, but just as eager to slack off and do childish things.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: He has moments of that. For examples in "It's Time" when he [[spoiler: accidentally kills Rigby,]] and deeply regrets it. Also in "Merry Christmas Mordecai", when he [[spoiler: accidentally kisses Margaret when he's currently dating CJ and deeply regrets it and also in the following "Sad Sax". Luckily he made up for it, and got back together with CJ.]]
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: He and Rigby are (in)directly responsible for a ''lot'' of the really weird things that happen during the show. Though, unlike Rigby, he usually knows when to play and when to be serious when things hit the fan, quickly leaping to straighten things right if it's in his power.
** Perhaps the ''biggest'' example of this so far is during the episode "It's Time" when he [[spoiler:accidentally kills Rigby and has to go back in time to save him.]]
* NotSoAboveItAll: While he's one of the more level-headed ones, he'll still go with some crazy plan.
* PettingZooPerson: WordOfGod is that he's "a dude in a bird's body". He doesn't fly or do anything remotely avian.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: Blue Boy to Margaret's Pink Girl.
* OfficialCouple: Mordecai and Margaret eventually get together, but her having to move far away for school ended the relationship. After taking a while to get over her, Mordecai is now officially with CJ.
* RedOniBlueOni: The blue to Rigby's red. In the episode "More Smarter", they even show them in their respected Oni colors.
* TheSlacker: Doesn't appear so at first, but often joins in with Rigby's escapades for the sake of rivalry or just for the hell of it. "Just Set Up The Chairs" is a prime example. Since season two had started, he seems to be more inclined to go along with Rigby, but still has a better sense of responsibility than Rigby.
* ToothyBird: He is drawn with a beak full of teeth.
* TotallyRadical: Says "dude" and "man" a lot.
* VerbalTic: He tends to say "hmm" a lot, usually with a head-bob.
** He also has a tendency to stretch out words when excited.
** Plus, he usually uses "dude" when referring to Rigby.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rigby. Eventually he also befriends Benson and Muscle Man, despite not getting along well at first.
* WhatTheHellHero: Every so often he will throw Rigby under the bus, "[[NeverMyFault Wall Buddy]]" and "[[FalseReassurance Lift With Your Back]]" come to mind, in which Rigby will call him out on acting like a jerk.
* WeirdnessMagnet: Attracts all manners of weirdness at least once a week.
* [[spoiler: YourCheatingHeart]]: In "Merry Christmas Mordecai", [[spoiler: Mordecai went and kissed Margaret, when he was already with CJ.]]

!Rigby
!!!Voiced by: William Salyers
!!!Debuted in: "Pilot"/Season 1, "The Power"
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[[caption-width-right:198:STOP TALKING!]]

A much shorter raccoon and Mordecai's best friend / frequent coworker. Being energetic and immature, he's usually the one who instigates any sort of trouble that Mordecai or the other characters get into. He is a high school drop-out who never received his diploma, and Mordecai thinks that's pretty funny.

Has a very tall younger brother named Don, who is an accountant.

* {{Adorkable}}: Not as much as Eileen but has his moments.
* AdultsDressedAsChildren: Type A in "Fuzzy Dices". When the park workers needs kid to get inside a SuckECheeses center, they have Rigby wear a hoodie, a fanny pack, and a backward cap due to his size.
* AlliterativeName: Rigby the Raccoon. Probably done for humor purposes.
* AllMenArePerverts: The only reason he didn't want to see "Pajama Sisters 2" is because "They're just gonna talk about their feelings -- ''fully clothed''," yet in "The Unicorns Have Got to Go," he didn't see the appeal of having sexy women tearing a man's clothes off as seen in the Dude Time cologne commercial.
* AntiHero: Despite being selfish, he's still often willing to do the right thing.
* AntiRoleModel: He's lazy, greedy, rude, selfish, smug and convinced he's a lot smarter than he actually is.
* AloofBigBrother: One to his brother Don. Namely because Don was taller, stronger and smarter than Rigby. They patched things up though.
* AmusingInjuries: Rigby, The One-Cheek Wonder. Illustration on the [[Radar/RegularShow Getting Crap Past the Radar subpage]].
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Often gets distracted by various things.
* BackToSchool: After being mocked for never getting his diploma, Rigby briefly tried going back to school. It didn't last long.
* {{Badass}}: Taking down {{Eldritch Abomination}}s nearly once a week definitely makes him qualify.
** CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Proven in the Death Punch episode.
** TookALevelInBadass: To the point of going DrunkWithPower [[spoiler: until Mordecai does it too.]]
* BadBoss: Acts as one towards a temp named Doug in the episode, "Temp Check". Where Rigby just lounges around and gives Doug orders.
* BadLiar: Partially averted; Rigby is perfectly capable of telling a convincing lie, but Mordecai is better than him at lying.
* BigEater: Rigby is definitely one of these.
--> (''Rigby's stomach growls'')
--> '''Mordecai''': Don't touch that cake.
--> '''Rigby''': It's a medical emergency!
--> '''Mordecai''': You just ate a sandwich!
** At one point he eats so much junk food his body literally quits on him.
* BookDumb: He's a high school drop-out, and his recklessly stupid attitude only reinforces it. But there is more to him because of:
* BrilliantButLazy: More-so than Mordecai. The only reason he hasn't been fired is because he's actually efficient when properly motivated.
* ButtMonkey: Possibly one of the best examples, every episode will result in some pain coming to him or even dying in some episodes. Add in his physical weakness where he can't retaliate and near everyone can beat him up and he's almost TheChewToy. Luckily, he has moments these days where he's successfully able to punch a guy back.
--> '''Benson''': First on the agenda is trophy talk. Who gets the trophy on what day? I think the schedule is more than fair.
--> (''Everyone on the team is scheduled to have the trophy for two days each week, except Rigby who only has it one day.'')
* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Along with Mordecai, but Rigby mostly makes problems by trying to be cool or doing something petty that he thinks is irrelevant. Naturally, it will always come back to get him.
** [[CannotTellALie Specially when he lies, or attempts to]]: No matter how hard tries, he ''will always'' be caught.
* CartoonyTail: Rigby's tail always points up when he's standing or walking. Real life raccoons keep their tails on the ground when standing, as their hind legs are usually too weak to support their bodies on their own.
* CatchPhrase: "OOOOOOOOH!", "Check it", and "STOP TALKING!".
** He also has 'Ah, what?' whenever Benson asks him to do anything (usually as punishment) and 'Why?' when Benson threatens to fire him.
* CharacterDevelopment: Rigby has grown much closer to Eileen; in "Yes Dude Yes" he eagerly suggests going to the movies with her, while in "Do Me a Solid" he only accepted a date as a solid, and did everything possible to sabotage it. Later, it goes even further in "Diary", where he admits that she looks hot without her glasses on. In "Terror Tales of the Park", his tale even has a photo of her when he's transformed into a house. Seasons four and onward have him spending time with her when Mordecai's unavaliable.
** Rigby also became [[ShipperOnDeck more supportive Mordecai's crush on Margaret.]] He started off [[FriendVersusLover hostile of that aspect]] but eventually grew to trying to help Mordecai out in that regard.
** He's also grown a better understanding of Mordecai's relationship than Mordecai himself, pointing out problems to Mordecai and trying to help him solve them.
** As seen in "Bank Shot", he now has a much better relationship with Don after working out his resentment towards him in "Don" and calls him for help when everyone else is mad at him at the moment.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: While it's less pronounced than Mordecai, Rigby has become [[TookALevelInKindness less of a jerkass/brat]] over the course of the series. He's still a massive slacker though.
* CheatedAngle: He, too, is rarely seen from the front.
** He also sometimes gets what fans refer to as the [[FanNickname "shark face"]], as seen [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/recent/regularshowbestmoments/BETTERTHANTHEEEEESE.gif here]].
* TheChewToy: Though he brings it on himself sometimes.
* {{Claustrophobia}}: He displays this in "Terror Tales of the Park II" and in "Portable Toilet" and he doesn't think clearly when he's in closed spaces.
-->'''Rigby''': We're gonna starve before they find us! Why did you eat the whole sandwich?! You should of saved some just in case!
-->'''Mordecai''': Dude that makes no sense.
-->'''Rigby''': [[NoYou You makes no sense!]] (pounds on the door and screams) [[HypocriticalHumor Help, I'm trapped in here with a crazy person!]]
* CoolLoser: He's incompetent and incredibly lazy, but has some good style.
* DeadpanSnarker: Not as much as Mordecai, but is able to hold his own.
-->'''Mordecai''': Come on, Margaret and I are just friends.
-->'''Rigby''': Yeah, [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar friends without benefits.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Rigby has died at least three times (expelled from his own body, thrown into a time void, crushed during an arm wrestling match), being revived each time.
* {{Determinator}}: Stayed attached to Muscle Man's chest for ''eight solid hours'' in a mentor-harness just so he could keep his job.
* DisneyDeath: In the episode "It's Time". [[spoiler:[[BackFromTheDead He came back to life via time travel.]]]]
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish sibling to Don.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine/Phlegmatic -- He is extremely immature, but at least not to the extent of Mitch.
* FragileSpeedster: He's quick and nimble, but not very strong.
* FunnyAnimal: See above. He digs through trash and runs on all fours when in a hurry.
* GenreSavvy: In the episode "Temp Check", he describes himself as a 'lovable scoundrel'.
** He's become this in regards to Mordecai's relationships, able to see them clearly when even Mordecai himself cannot. It becomes a plot point when Mordecai nearly strands himself in space to avoid dealing with his feelings towards CJ and Rigby's able to talk him back.
* TheGlassesGottaGo: Rigby seems to be a firm believer of this since he thinks [[spoiler: Eileen is hot without her glasses on.]]
* GreenEyedMonster: Most of his idiotic schemes and troubles are motivated by his jealousy of some thing or another.
* HairTriggerTemper: Whenever called out or trolled.
--> '''STOP TALKING!!!'''
* HeavySleeper: How he ended up in Australia without noticing in "Mordecai and Rigby Down Under".
* {{Hypocrite}}: In "Bet to be Blonde", he makes fun of Mordecai and the Blonde Men for being blonde, but it's revealed that he used to have blonde hair during high school.
* {{Jerkass}}: Pre CharacterDevelopment, after which he becomes more of a JerkWithAHeartOfGold.
* JerkassHasAPoint: In "Lift With Your Back", he made a very good point about how Mordecai always takes advantage of him and that he never thanks him for all the stuff he has done for him.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Occasionally.
** Driven home in the hot dogs episode, where Rigby truly seems to care for Mordecai after they both get trapped in the freezer.
** Also in the episode "A Bunch of Baby Ducks", where Rigby insists on keeping the ducks, and calls them his.
** Another example is at the end of "Do Me a Solid" where Rigby destroys the only video evidence of the humiliating solid he made Mordecai do.
** The first Halloween special drives home Rigby's dependency on his friends. The characters all share a horror story for the group: Pop's idea of horror is a scary doll drawing on people's faces. Muscle Man's idea of horror is dying in a crash. Rigby's idea of horror? Everyone BUT him dying and being left alone. He dies too, at the end, by means of a giant egg. This gets worse when you find out later he is deathly allergic to eggs.
** In "Video Game Wizards", he was deeply heartbroken when Mordecai chose Skips as his partner instead of him.
* KnowNothingKnowItAll: Particularly in "Rigby's Body," where, even after his body literally quits on him, he stubbornly insists that he was right about everything.
* LameComeback: He has trouble arguing without resorting to one of these.
* LargeHam: A big ham in a tiny body.
* LethallyStupid: Tends to instigate life-threatening anomalies from simple, mundane subjects. Like unleashing a destructive video game monster when he was warned not to cross the wires.
* ManChild: He may be 23, but he acts like an out-of-control teenager most of the time.
* TheMillstone: While Mordecai does cause his fair share of problems, it's typically Rigby's fault whenever something bad happens. More often than not, whenever he tries to fix things, he just keeps making it worse.
* NeverMyFault: If he can, he'll try to avoid taking blame for any of his mess up. And he can be ''really'' stubborn, so much so that he'll only admit when he's wrong when the problem he caused has grown too large to be controlled.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: He and Mordecai are responsible for a ''lot'' of the weird problems that occur in the series. Though a good majority of the problems come from his end due to his immaturity.
** "I can fix it! I can fix it!"
* NoYou: Practically his catchphrase when he argues with someone.
* PingPongNaivete: Despite the AllMenArePerverts joke above, he doesn't understand "why people ''really'' go to concerts."
* RascallyRaccoon: To an extent.
* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Mordecai's blue. In the episode "More Smarter", they even show them in their respected Oni colors.
* RunningGag: He can never win at punchies.
** As a Foil to the above gag, Rigby frequently wins against Mordecai in Rock Paper Scissors.
* ShesNotMyGirlfriend: Will deny any sort of feelings for Eileen despite spending almost all his time with her when not with Mordecai.
* ShipperOnDeck:
** For Mordecai and Margaret.
** He's switched to Mordecai and CJ, prefering CJ to Margaret.
* SiblingRivalry: Hates his brother Don for being more popular than him, stealing his friends, and [[spoiler: [[BigLittleBrother being mistaken for Rigby's big brother when ''Rigby'' is the older brother.]]]]
* TheSlacker: Though, in some instances (like "Death Punchies" or "Caffeinated Concert Tickets") he's shown to have all the ambition necessary to achieve his goal.
* TemporarilyAVillain: DependingOnTheWriter. He had done some villainous deeds which are not acceptable.
* TookALevelInJerkass:
** In "Do Me a Solid", he uses the solids to humiliate Mordecai, up to forcing him into doing something disgusting on video.
** Rigby is a total jerkass in "Wall Buddy", for the sole reason that Mordecai doesn't help him tidy up their room. This is in stark contrast to his behavior in most previous episodes, and many find it [[RuleOfFunny hilarious]].
* TookALevelInKindness: Towards Eileen. At first he was a jerk to her, but as the series goes on he's warmed up to her and now seems to legitimately care about her. As revealed in "Eileen Flat Screen", he offers to take her new flatscreen to her home, and even plans to set it up and order pizza as a surprise. He also reveals he waters her plants for her when she's out of town, and that they do things like go to Renaissance fairs together.
* TooDumbToLive: Once tried to eat a huge omelette to earn a free hat, despite being deathly allergic to eggs.
** "I thought if I ate really fast, maybe I wouldn't notice."
** Played for laughs at times. He also appears to have a knack for dousing life threatening fires with lighter fluid.
* TotallyRadical: Like Mordecai, says "dude" and "man" a lot.
* {{Tsundere}}: Is heavily implied to be this, especially towards [[ImpliedLoveInterest Eileen]].
* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Most of the time. He's reckless, selfish and immature.
* VerbalTic: Also prone to "Hmm"ing a lot.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Mordecai. Eventually he also befriends Benson and Muscle Man, despite not getting along well at first.
* WeirdnessMagnet: Like Mordecai, Rigby has a knack for dealing with all sorts of unusual forces of nature.

!Benson
!!!Voiced by: Sam Marin
!!!Debuted in: "Pilot"/Season 1, "The Power"
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[[caption-width-right:200:"Get back to work or YOU'RE FIRED!"]]

An anthropomorphic gumball machine, and Mordecai and Rigby's boss. Although he generally seems mildly annoyed, at the worst he can get really pissed if Mordecai and/or Rigby have messed something up.

* AllDrummersAreAnimals: Subverted in "150-Piece Kit" when the audience finds out that the man behind Hair to the Throne's famous drum solo was ''Benson.''
* AnimateInanimateObject: He's a talking gumball machine.
* AntiHero: He's nice sometimes. Other times he can be a weapons grade prick.
* AntiVillain: Treats Mordecai and Rigby like crap most of the time, but he's just doing his job.
* AxCrazy: His HairTriggerTemper is so extreme that he reaches many times a psychotic behavior.
* {{Badass}}: See BigDamnHeroes.
** Good examples of Benson's badassery are in ''World's Best Boss'' and ''Think Positive''.
** BadassArmfold: His standard pose.
** BadassInCharge: He rules the park,
** RetiredBadass: He was formerly an expert Death Stick Hockey player, and a rock band drummer who played what is considered the world's greatest drum solo.
** TookALevelInBadass: Though, he always was one, arguably in his DayInTheLimelight episode "Benson Be Gone", especially when he [[spoiler: takes a limo and tries to run down the One-Winged Angel version of Susan, dying in the process. Leon takes his place at the last minute, but still!]]
*** Benson takes another level in badass in "Stick Hockey", where [[spoiler: the game is apparently an underground bloodsport complete with rampant death, burning pits, and lots of spikes.]]
* BaldOfAwesome: With a hat.
* BadBoss / MeanBoss: Benson arguably skirts this line. He yells a lot and constantly threatens to fire his employees, but it is fairly clear that he runs a tight ship and his constant yelling is somewhat justified. Furthermore he claims that his aggressive attitude is him trying to hammer a sense of responsibility into Rigby and Mordecai.
** Eventually becomes a DeconstructedTrope in "Benson's Suit" where it is shown that constantly harping on Mordecai and Rigby may get results in the immediate moment but leaves them with a very low level of respect towards him from a long time of putting up with his temper.
* BenevolentBoss: Despite his meanness above, in a calm mood, Benson is ordinarily a nice guy who can show a softer side and reward his employees. He soon befriends all of his coworkers.
** He walks the talk - he'll genuinely praise his employees, Mordecai and Rigby included, when he feels they've done a good job. The ending of the episode "Grave Sights" is a good example of this.
** He's also fairly nice to Skips (who is hard-working) and Pops. He's also a bit strict with Muscle Man, but that's more because he's obnoxious (although he normally does his work).
* BewareTheNiceOnes: He IS a nice person, but making him angry is one of the most ill-advised things you can do.
* BerserkButton:
** Getting prank calls, apparently.
** Whatever you do, DON'T THROW TRASH AT HIM.
** Starts shouting in {{Angrish}} and gives chase when Rigby says he's "[[GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity all talk]]" in "A Bunch of Full Grown Geese".
** But the most obvious BerserkButton is when Mordecai and Rigby either slack off on their jobs, or when they cause a bunch of destruction due to their carelessness.
* BigDamnHeroes: In "Benson Be Gone" he returns to the park just in time to [[spoiler: save it from Susan]].
** He also [[spoiler: arrives with his drum set at the last second, [[PowerOfRock giving the cast enough music power to destroy the Summertime Lovin' cassette.]]]]
** And again in "Stick Hockey" when [[spoiler: he arrives just in time to finish Mordecai and Rigby's stick hockey death match and is revealed to be a master at the game.]]
** Got yet another one in "Cool Bikes" when he [[spoiler: saves Mordecai and Rigby's lives by attacking the judge that was sentencing them to death and aiding in their escape.]]
** He got a small (yet awesome) one in "Karaoke Video". Mordecai and Rigby are attempting to steal the video of them dissing on their coworkers. Some brawls between the bars employees and them eventually turn into an all out bar brawl. Near the end it shows Benson hopelessly looking at the ridiculous warfare just as the tape lands in front of him. He picks it up curiously and the owner of the bar punches him in the face and orders him to give it back. [[spoiler: He then smashes the karaoke tape right into the owner's face, knocking him out and destroying the tape in the process. He basically saved Mordecai and Rigby's necks from himself without even realizing it.]]
---> [[spoiler: '''Benson''': You want it?! FINE! TAKE IT THEN!]]
* BreathWeapon: Benson unleashes a torrent of pure, pent-up rage at Mordecai and Rigby during "Think Positive" in the form of a mouth laser.
* ButtMonkey: Whenever the episode calls for it. It's usually when Mordecai and Rigby are screwing around.
* TheCaptain: He's the supervisor for the park's maintenance crew.
* CantHoldHisLiquor: Has a weakness for [[GRatedDrug chicken wings]].
* CatchPhrase: "Get back to work!" and "Clean up this mess!" (both of which are usually followed by "Or you're fired!")
* TheCavalry: [[spoiler: The guys are losing to a physical manifestation of an EarWorm that they're battling by playing a counter EarWorm. When Benson arrives, Mordecai assumes he's there to yell at them for messing up the park with their battle. He is there to yell at them, but for forgetting a key part of an EarWorm: the beat from the drums which he plays.]]
* CharacterDevelopment: He's noticeably more tolerant of Mordecai and Rigby after "Benson Be Gone", not getting as angry at them for when they mess up. [[spoiler:He even came to their rescue in "This Is My Jam"]].
** Also shows in "Jinxed" when he subverts his RantInducingSlight because they apologized for slacking off, where before he'd not have given them the time of day. He ''did'' lose it earlier in the episode when Rigby was intentionally enraging him trying to break his jinx, but Benson didn't take it out on Rigby and instead vented his rage elsewhere.
** Newer episodes even had him lead the group in downtime activities, like a weekly game night and paying for everyone at a bar, even Mordecai and Rigby.
** It's revealed in "Stick Hockey" that [[spoiler: he used to be a champion stick hockey player until ten years prior to the episode when his apprentice Dave was killed in the final round of a tournament. Now he sees himself as a loser who wasted his life on stick hockey and now he's wasted his life in a dead-end job.]]
** "Think Positive" revealed that Benson of all people was [[spoiler:TheQuietOne in his family, and his father taught him that the only way to get stuff done is with a HairTriggerTemper. His giant rant at the end had him imply that he always [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold holds off on firing Mordecai and Rigby because he really just wants to teach them to be more responsible]]]].
** "150-Piece Kit" reveals he performed a legendary drum solo for the band Hair to the Throne, one everyone though was done by the band's drum machine. [[Awesome/RegularShow He then proceeds to perform said solo again in front of the whole park, proving he did it.]] The episode also has him turning down an offer to tour with Hair to the Throne to keep working at the park showing how much he loves the place.
** "Expert Or Liar" has Benson show Rigby a tape of him being humiliated on national television (as Rigby had done earlier in the episode). Benson had to say 'bandana' in order to win some prize money, which he was planning to use to quit his job at the park, which he hated. However, Benson accidentally says 'banana' instead. He mentions that he couldn't go out for years after that without someone throwing a banana at him, and it also explains why he kept working at the park (note: Benson is highest in command because of how long he'd been working there, but he is not the boss - Mr Maillard is). It becomes pretty obvious that Benson hates when people don't do what he says, because it puts his job on the line, and he can't afford to fail again at his age (having experienced plenty of failure and humilation himself). Benson, nevertheless, is shown to be quite easy going on the rare occasion Mordecai and Rigby aren't doing something to anger him.
* TheComicallySerious: He's serious most of the time, but his chewing out of Rigby and Mordecai is often played for laughs.
* ADayInTheLimelight: "Benson Be Gone" was his first one, but "Think Positive" was more about ''his personality''.
* DeadpanSnarker: He sometimes leans on this especially when the HaHaHaNo trope is used.
-->'''Rigby''': And we'll be all like "In your face!"
-->'''Benson''': [[SarcasmMode Haha]], and I will be all like [[SuddenlyShouting GET BACK TO WORK!]]
* DependingOnTheWriter: Benson's characterization ranges from a cynical, but reasonable JerkWithAHeartOfGold to a full-blown JerkAss that [[HairTriggerTemper overreacts to everything]].
* DysfunctionalFamily: Benson's family taught him to yell whenever he wanted something, which turned him into a big anger ball.
* EarlyBirdCameo: First appeared in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y894QNtX0VA&feature=fvwrel "2 in the AM PM'']], one of J. G. Quintel's first short films, in the gas station clerks' acid-induced hallucination.
* EnragedByIdiocy: Oh so easily.
* {{Expy}}: Big rounded head, large nose, GrumpyBear attitude. Sounds familiar to [[SpongeBobSquarePants Squidward]], right?
** If it's not a coincidence, he started off as being based off of Sam Marin.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Choleric/Melancholic -- Has a short temper and is quite bitter too.
* FreudianExcuse: "Think Positive" implies that Benson is so quick to raise his voice because his father told him, "You'll never get anything you want in this world if you don't yell for it."
* GagNose: Has a rather pointy nose on his head.
* GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity: He threatens to fire Mordecai and Rigby on a daily basis. Rigby, at one point, flat-out tells him to his face that he's "all talk."
* GoodIsNotNice: He often threatens to fire Mordecai and Rigby, but all he's really doing is his job. He's very friendly when things aren't out of hands.
* GrumpyBear: Not much makes him happy, and Mordecai and Rigby aren't making things better.
* HaHaHaNo: Often done with sarcasm.
* HairTriggerTemper: Has very explosive outbursts that often end with "'''''...OR YOU'RE FIRED!!'''''" Generally seems to be ready to blow his cool at the drop of a hat anyway.
* HiddenHeartOfGold: He's sometimes shown to be a pretty NiceGuy whenever things aren't out of control, or when Mordecai and Rigby actually do their work.
* HighPressureEmotion: His gumballs turn red when he's angry.
** [[spoiler:"Think Positive" makes this trope literal. If he holds in his anger too long, he starts burning things at his touch and destroying everything until he's let it out.]]
** [[spoiler: And even then, at the highest pressure, he turns flaming gold.]]
* {{Jerkass}}: Not as much as he is misunderstood, but his temper can lead him into becomming one.
* JerkassHasAPoint: While he can be quite obnoxious, it's understandable since Mordecai and Rigby rarely do their job and are almost ''always'' slacking off. [[StatusQuoIsGod You just have to wonder why he hasn't]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold fired them for good yet, though.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Despite his extremely short temper and being constantly annoyed by Mordecai's and Rigby's antics, when he's in a good mood he'll treat them very well, and he considers all of his employees to be friends. On a couple of occasions Benson has claimed that [[ToughLove he does something tough on Mordecai and Rigby out of concern for their future and wants to instill some sense of responsibility in a pair of irredeemable slackers]].
** He also gets along just fine with Skips and Pops. And he only gets mad at Muscle Man when he acts obnoxious.
* KnightInSourArmor: He'll yell a lot, but he does care for the park's well being.
* LargeHam: Having a Hair Trigger Temper does not help his case. He's even more rowdy when intoxicated.
* LoveHurts: He has ''horrible'' luck with women.
* MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: Very often shows he's not as mean as Mordecai and Rigby think. Especially since he's calmer with the other staff.
* NeverMyFault: When his car ends up missing and the cops don't do anything to help him, he resorts to hiring a bounty hunter from the future to find the perpetrators and his car. It turns out, however, that the perpetrators were Mordecai and Rigby, who secretly took it for repairs after breaking the windshield of his car. To make matters worse, as part of the terms, [[BloodKnight the bounty hunter]] [[IrrevocableOrder was allowed to do as he wished when he found the thieves]], regardless of the outcome, which in this case did not necessitate such a thing by any measure as the car had been returned good as new. In the meantime, the bounty hunter ends up wrecking the house in pursuit of Mordecai and Rigby. Even after Benson called him off, the bounty hunter ends up accidentally destroying the car. Benson sticks Mordecai and Rigby with the tab even though it was his idea to send in the bounty hunter in the first place. Then again, this whole mess would have never happened if Mordecai and Rigby just [[CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot told Benson that they damaged his windshield or that they took his car in the first place]].
** It's brought up again in "Gold Watch", where he immediately curses Mordecai and Rigby after waking up in the desert because of his own drunken recklessness.
* NoIndoorVoice: If you get him really mad, of course. [[spoiler:"Think Positive" made it loud enough to make Mordecai and Rigby go deaf!]]
* NoodlePeople: He has long, gangly arms and legs.
* NotSoAboveItAll: [[spoiler: '''OOOOOOOOOOOOOOH'''!!]]
** Calvin Wong's Formspring also spoiled (by accident) that [[spoiler: he's a huge fan of rock music, in particular "Foghat, Hall and Oates, Asia, Toto, and Phil Collins."]]
* NotSoStoic: As seen in his scene in the ending of "Mordecai and the Rigbys" where he nonetheless gives them both a standing ovation after their disastrous performance and Mordecai's speech.
** Seen again in "This Is My Jam". He's initially angered by the omnipresent ear-worm, but willingly joins in on drums to help Mordecai's improvised band defeat it.
** In Carter and Briggs", he lets Mordecai and Rigby use the park cart for a contest where the price is a supporting role in their favorite cop show, on the condition that they wear the park's official shirts on TV if they win.
* ObnoxiousSnarker: Sometimes borders on this, especially if it's a [[{{Dramedy}} bad timing]].
* OnlySaneMan: For a relative use of "Sane".
* OffscreenBreakup: [[spoiler: He revealed in "The Real Thomas" that he and Audrey both broke up months ago and he was depressed and all the park workers helped him through his slump but nobody can remember any of that happening.]]
* PermaStubble: WordOfGod is that his gumballs are supposed to resemble this, as a visual sign that he is over-worked.
** Which would technically mean that, in Benson's flashback in "Take It Easy," not only did he have stubble 'as a child,' but his mother also had stubble, and his sister's face was almost entirely covered in it, seeing as her "gumball line" was above her eyes. Scary.
* PerpetualFrowner: Rarely smiles.
* PrematurelyBald: A flashback revealed that a younger Benson was humiliated on a game show, and the stress was so intense that he instantly lost all of his brown hair.
* RantInducingSlight: Benson doesn't get REALLY upset at Mordecai and Rigby until ''after'' whatever horrible situation they created has been resolved.
** Decreased in number after "Benson Be Gone", after which it happens noticeably less often.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: [[ZigzaggedTrope Zig Zagged]]. Not quite at DependingOnTheWriter levels but how level headed Benson can be with his employees tends to vary from episode to episode. Usually he is stern and only yells when he given a reason to. At his worst he is petty in his punishments, makes assumptions about what has been done, and will invoke NeverMyFault. At his best he is willing to hear out employees and will adjust the schedule to accommodate personal troubles for them but it is rare to catch him in such a mood.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Gives a truly epic one to Mordecai and Rigby in "Think Positive":
-->'''"AARRRGGGHHH!! YOU LAZY, NO-GOOD SLACKERS DRIVE ME ''NUTS!'' CAN'T YOU JUST LISTEN TO ME ''ONCE'' IN YOUR WORTHLESS LIVES?! 'CAUSE IF YOU DID, YOU'D SEE THAT I'VE BEEN TRYING TO TEACH YOU SOME SIMPLE RESPONSIBILITY, SOME PRIDE IN DOING A JOB WELL DONE!! BUT YOU WOULDN'T KNOW A JOB WELL DONE IF YOU PAID SOMEONE TO DO IT FOR YOU, AND EVEN THEN YOU'D SCREW IT ALL UP ON ACCOUNT THAT YOU CAN'T EVEN FOLLOW THE ''SIMPLEST'' INSTRUCTIONS, WORRYING MORE ABOUT LOOKING COOL THAN DOING YOUR JOB!!!"'''
* RedBaron: [[spoiler: Benson was once known as the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Death Dragon]] in stick hockey circles.]]
* TheScapegoat: He's blamed by Mr. Maellard for whatever destruction Mordecai and Rigby cause.
* SeenItAll: When [[MundaneMadeAwesome the usual daily crisis happens]], he tends to not question the fact that it's happening so much as how Mordecai and Rigby caused it. For example, when Mordecai and Rigby turn up with a [[HumanPopsicle thawed-out caveman]], he simply tells them to get rid of him because he won't be covered by the park's insurance.
* SoreLoser: He takes dodgeball [[SeriousBusiness very seriously]]. He also [[{{Understatement}} doesn't take losing very well]].
* TheSlacker: If you can believe it, even more so than Mordecai and Rigby. In "Benson Be Gone," the two try to teach Benson it's okay to slack off a little as long as you get back to work, but Benson takes this as meaning it's perfectly fine not to work at all. If he doesn't have a constant stream of work, he won't work at all.
** Justified as he used to [[spoiler: spend his days as a stick hockey player which is not known for bringing in money. He was a drummer which is less of an example, but given what [[SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll rock does to a guy...]] Benson outright states he's wasted his youth.]]
* TeamDad: Despite his annoyance with the main duo and the rest of his employees at times, he's nonetheless very protective of them, evidenced in episodes such as "Benson Be Gone", or "Stick Hockey".
* TookALevelInJerkass: It varies in later episodes, where he's a lot more aggressive and openly spiteful towards Mordecai and Rigby.
* TookALevelInKindness: As above, it really varies according to the writers as whether he's nice or not. Some episodes show him to be more tolerant.
* TalkingInYourSleep: In "Saving Time", Mordecai and Rigby notice him doing this while they break into his house.
* VagueAge: WordOfGod revealed that Benson is anywhere between the ages of 25 and 35.
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: You really wouldn't want to get on his bad side. However, Mordecai and Rigby just won't learn.
* YoungerThanTheyLook: In-universe.

!Pops
!!!Voiced by: Sam Marin
!!!Debuted in: "Pilot"/Season 1, "The Power"
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[[caption-width-right:300:"Good show, jolly good show!"]]

The son of the park's wealthy owner who's been sheltered all his life. He's a humanoid lollipop from Lolliland. He's mostly there to be comic relief. Also, Mordecai and Rigby can get away with almost anything around him because he doesn't know better. The episode "Dizzy" reveals that he has an extremely dysfunctional relationship with his father, who's as scary as Pops is kooky.

* {{Adorkable}}: Incredibly so. His childlike demeanor, antiquated linguistics and kind personality make him very endearing.
* TheAllegedBoss: He's technically the boss of the park but rarely asserts his position and acts more like a co-worker.
* AnthropomorphicFood: Arguably.
* {{Badass}}: Surprisingly can hold his own.
** BadassAdorable: That doesn't make him any less charming though.
** BadassGrandpa: If being over 100 years old, and being able to [[spoiler:best ''a freaking '''polar bear''' '' in wrestling]] doesn't qualify him...
** CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: In "Really Real Wrestling" it turns out he used to wrestle. Turns out he's still pretty good at it too.
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Seen when naked Pops is falling down the cliff in "Brain Eraser".
* BenevolentBoss: He's technically the head of the park, but he lets Benson run things and acts like any other worker. He treats everyone with kindness and respect. Just listen to how he speaks to Benson when he politely tells him not to yell at Rigby.
* BornInTheWrongCentury: Though, since he is from Lolliland, it's possible that his way of dress and behavior is normal where he's from.
** Perhaps not--as seen in "Skips Vs. Technology", he's over 100 years old.
* CatchPhrase: "(Jolly) good show!"
** Sometimes turns into "Bad show... very bad show" when he's sad.
* CharacterOverlap: He first appeared in one of two pre-''Regular Show'' sketches that JG Quintel made called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra6yWZQYm5I&t=2m56s "The Naive Man from Lolliland."]]
** In "Don", he believes lollipops are the same thing as money, and are therefore suitable for paying bills, which gets the park into some trouble. The exact same situation is the plotline for the aforementioned sketch.
*** Pops "generally" considers lollipops to be the equivalent of money. "The Power," among other episodes.
** He briefly appears in the other JG Quintel sketch (2 in the AM PM) as one of their hallucinated forms.
* ChildhoodBrainDamage: Mordecai and Rigby travel back in time and meet a younger Pops, acting lucid and sane, unlike the {{Cloudcuckoolander}} he is in the present. Later during a car chase, they accidentally hit Pops, who then starts giggling like present-day Pops.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Pops' flighty behavior is said to come from either getting run over by a cart or by a brain tumor from excessive cell phone use.
* CoolCar: His schway [[FlyingCar flight capable]] ride, Carmanita.
* CoolOldGuy: Maybe.
** Also, in the karaoke episode, Pops punches a guy while singing without even being fazed.
** Also in his CharacterOverlap above, he [[spoiler: wipes the floor with three guys. One them the size of a wall.]]
* FragileFlower: A rare male example that isn't always played for laughs- in fact, seeing Pops cry is absolutely [[TearJerker heartbreaking]] sometimes. Pops is very sensitive and it doesn't take much to make him cry. When someone ''does'' greatly upset him, his friends immediately come to his aid and stick up for him.
* FunnyForeigner: He's ambiguously British, specially in earlier episodes, where he usually signed off by saying "Ta-ta!".
-->"Oh, I ''adore'' Rock Paper Scissors! Except where ''I'' come from, it's called 'Quartz Parchment Shears'"!
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Melancholic/Phlegmatic -- He's gentle and reliable, [[BreakTheCutie but things]] ''[[BreakTheCutie really]]'' [[BreakTheCutie get to him]] (albeit he is generally optimistic and upbeat).
* GeniusDitz: [[spoiler: His wrestling skills.]] Also, his cherry tart, which one the pie contest for ''ten years in a row''.
* TheHeart: Despite his many quirks, Pops is a sweet, gentle, child-like man who's the type to have a kind word for anyone when they need it, and to help a baby bird back into its nest. ''Everybody'' who works for the park loves and wants to do right by the guy, and messing with him is a collective BerserkButton.
* KindheartedSimpleton: The guy's a total flake (and also somewhat of a crybaby,) but is easily the nicest character in the whole show.
* LetsGetDangerous: [[spoiler:"...Who wants to wrestle?" Curbstomping ensues.]]
* LiteralMinded: Inverted by Pops.
-->'''Mordecai:''' That taxi's yellow!
-->'''Pops:''' My taxi is no coward, I assure you!
* ManChild: He's a (super-)centenarian with the mind of a small child. However his vocabulary is very formal.
* MeaningfulName: Pops is an elderly lollipop man.
* MissingMom: We first see his mother in 1879 in "Skips vs. Technology". But in the present time, we never see his mother throughout the show.
* MoralityPet: To pretty much the entire Park crew, just see the lengths they go to get him his birthday present in "Fuzzy Dice".
* MundaneObjectAmazement: Pops can summon up an inordinate level of awe for even the most boring task or object.
* MusclesAreMeaningless: Much stronger than his lanky 100+ year old frame suggests.
* NiceGuy: He is probably the single kindest and sweetest character in the entire show. Almost absurdly so.
* NiceHat: His little top hat.
* NoSocialSkills: Sometimes has touches of this. Justified in that he seems to have the maturity of a five-year-old.
* PointyHairedBoss: He's extremely negligent and a more than a few episodes stem at least in part to him letting something happen or trusting Mordecai and Rigby too much. He also has a problem with failing to see how much Mordecai and Rigby fail as employees.
* ShelteredAristocrat: He's lived in a first class community most of his life with little knowledge of the world.
* ShownTheirWork: His really real wrestling is actually fairly accurate. Notable moments include dropping Four-Armageddon with a single leg takedown, the Fire Marshall and Hissy-Fit with five-point throws, and finishing Four-Armageddon with a triangle choke.
* SpoiledSweet: [[AccidentalPun No pun intended]].
* SupremeChef: His cherry tart was the best pie in the pie contest, and he's won said contest 10 years in a row.
* TenderTears: Frequently.
* TookALevelInBadass: [[spoiler: In "Really Real Wrestling".]]
* UpperClassTwit: Averted, Pops is raised in a rich family, but he's friendly with the park staff.
* VocalEvolution: His voice was lower and more soft-spoken in "The Naive Man from Lolliland". It seems to become a little more high-pitched and screechy through each season.
* WellDoneSonGuy: His scary father, as seen in "Dizzy".

!Skips
!!!Voiced by: Creator/MarkHamill
!!!Debuted in: "Pilot"/Season 1, "The Power"
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[[caption-width-right:171:"I've seen this before."]]

A yeti who also works at the park. He seems the most tolerant of the crazies he works with, and is often quick to find a solution to any problem.

* TheAce: Most of the time.
* {{Badass}}: He's been adventuring and fighting evil for over 100 years. He even won an arm wrestling battle against TheGrimReaper.
** CulturedBadass: Is actually quite nice and polite as well as being a good fighter.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Skips is hardworking and levelheaded, and the last person you'd want to mess with.
* TheBigGuy: A unique combo of Class 2 and 5.
* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: The Yeti.
* BullyHunter: In "Skips' Story", he was the only one in school to stand up against Klorgbane and challenge him to a fight.
-->'''Walks''': Walks never walks away from a bully.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: A highly intelligent yeti who gets around by skipping. Yeah, perfectly normal.
* ByronicHero: In his younger days he was very temperamental, passionate and broody.
** Curiously enough he went to school during the Romantic era (early 19th century).
* TheComicallySerious: He is always serious despite this.
* CoolOldGuy: The oldest guy in the cast and quite a cool customer.
* DeadpanSnarker: Whenever he makes a remark, he'll do it with a straight face.
* DefrostingIceKing: Gruff, quiet and sardonic. But fun if you get to know him.
* TheEeyore
* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: In "Skips' Story", he attended high school with Gary, the Guardians of Eternal Youth, and Klorgbane during the early 19th century (most likely the Regency/War of 1812 period).
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Melancholic/Choleric -- during his "Byronic" phase. He has gotten quite phlegmatic nowadays.
* GeniusBruiser: At times Skips seems to be able to improvise very quickly, as seen in ''The Power'' near the end. Likewise, his quick thinking brings about the avatar by which Rigby destroys the Destroyer of Worlds.
* GentleGiant: Is one of the nicer characters on the show, as well as the strongest.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Rarely seen with a shirt on.
* '''HeroicBuild''': Just look at the guy.
* IHatePastMe: Averted when he meets his teenage self in "A Skips in Time". Walks, before Skips changed his name, doesn't want to be like his present self because he believes he has become boring and refuses to change his name to "Skips". Skips was angry at first but he understands that he's a teenager and he'll grow out of it.
* KryptoniteFactor: Even with his immortality, it turns out that an excess of stress without proper management is the only thing that can potentially kill him. [[spoiler:[[AnthropomorphicPersonification Unless he kills it himself.]]]]
* TheLancer: Will act as the more laid-back NumberTwo to Benson when it comes to park management.
* TheLostLenore: [[spoiler: Mona, his high school sweetheart who was killed when she pushed him out of the way of falling rubble caused by Klorgbane's attack on the prom.]]
* MeaningfulRename: He always skips rather than walking. [[spoiler: It turns out his real name is not Skips, but Walks. He changed it because he got tired of everybody asking him why he skips everywhere instead of walking]]
** That turns out to be partily true [[spoiler: in ''The Diary'', he reveals he likewise skips in memory of a girl he once loved but lost in the past. ''Skip's Story'' goes into more detail about this.]]
* MrExposition: With his SeenItAll nature, he usually provides info on whatever threat the park is facing.
* MrFixit: According to "Skips vs. Technology", he's in charge of basically any repair work needed around the park, a role he fills quite well... at least, when it comes to physical stuff. Fixing a malfunctioning computer seems to be a bit beyond him.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Gets this in "Over The Top" after [[spoiler:killing Rigby]]. He's so guilty that he [[spoiler:puts his eternal soul on the line to win Rigby's soul back from Death.]]
* NiceGuy: Actually quite nice, although [[TheStoic he's always serious.]]
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Um, [[spoiler:KILLING Rigby]] in the arm-wrestling episode.
** Again in Sugar Rush, a fact that Rigby chides him about.
* OlderThanTheyLook: He made a deal in order to obtain eternal youth.
** To the point of Really700YearsOld (over 220 years at least).
*** It's even foggier now with Skips' Story revealing how he got his immortality, but doesn't reveal when exactly the story takes place.
*** He seems to have been born in the 18th century and witnessed the American Revolution, making him at least two-and-a-half centuries old.
* OnlySaneMan: Along with Benson.
* PerpetualFrowner: Rarely seen smiling, [[NiceGuy but don't let]] [[GentleGiant it trick you.]]
* RageBreakingPoint: When Klorgbane had a hand in Mona's death, Skips sent him flying.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He's willing to help Mordecai and Rigby with whatever problem they have to deal with at the time, but will often try to stop them if they mess around with the supernatural.
* RomanticismVersusEnlightenment: Skips is the Romantic to Techmo's Enlightened, as lampshaded by "Skips vs. Technology".
* SeenItAll: Very few things seem to faze him and he somehow knows just how to deal with all the insanely weird things the park has to deal with. Justified possibly due to OlderThanTheyLook.
* TheSmartGuy: Fills this role whenever Muscle Man has TheBigGuy role. He can fix almost anything (except computers), and comes off as the wisest of the team.
* TheStoic
** NotSoStoic: Has moments were he's smiled and broken his stoic personality.
* SuperStrength: Those muscles aren't just for show.
* TopHeavyGuy: Big time.
* VocalEvolution: His voice was a lot more gruff in the pilot.
* WalkingTechbane: As shown in "Skips VS Technology" he can fix almost anything, except computers.
* WhoWantsToLiveForever: Subverted. [[spoiler:Skips accepts his immortality specifically because the one reason he wouldn't want to live forever already passed on before he gained it]].

!Mitch "Muscle Man" Sorenstein
!!!Voiced by: Sam Marin
!!!Debuted in: "Pilot"/Season 1, "Just Set Up the Chairs"
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[[caption-width-right:219:"You know who else is a troper? MY MOM!!"]]

An ironically-named, short, out-of-shape guy, who has a hicklike lifestyle.

* AchillesInHisTent: In "Prankless" after [[spoiler:one of his pranks nearly kills Pops. However, he brings himself out of the tent just in time to save the park.]]
* {{Acrofatic}}: There are times, especially during an episode's climax, where Muscle Man shows this. Despite his short and fat build, he seems to have super-strength.
* AmbiguouslyHuman: Muscle Man looks more humanoid than anyone else in the regular cast (possibly except for Eileen, who has been identified as a mole, and Pops who is supposed to be a lollipop), but he's green. "Trucker Hall of Fame" showed that Muscle Man's brother's skin was white and his hair was brown (just like his brother and father).
* AmbiguouslyJewish: Has an Ashkenazi[[note]]Ashkenazi Jews are the ones who can trace their ancestry to the indigenous Hebrew speaking peoples of Canaan in South Western Asia, and migrated to non German-speaking areas, including Bohemia, Hungary, Poland, Belarus, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, Romania, and elsewhere between the 11th and 19th centuries.[[/note]] last name ("Sorenstein"), and in the Christmas Special, his sweater has a dreidel on it.
* AscendedExtra: Since season 2.
* BerserkButton: Don't spill soda on him. It will most certainly lead to your DisproportionateRetribution. And don't insult his mom either.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Muscle Man may seem like an idiot. But with the occasional bout of SuperStrength, a serious vindictive streak, and [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]] level smarts at times, it's wise to avoid his ire.
* {{Catchphrase}}: "You know who else [[MadLibsCatchphrase __________]]? MY MOM!" and "[[OhCrap Oh no]], bro!"
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Do NOT get Muscle Man mad. His strength increases to insane proportions when he does for some inexplicable reason.
* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler: Surprisingly, Muscle Man is more than capable of pulling off a multilayer ThePlan.]]
** An example of this is in 'Trailer Trashed', where he [[spoiler: fakes out a false health inspector who's trying to get his trailer, by running an empty truck to the border. Turns out, the trailer was back at the Park, being guarded by High Five Ghost.]] None of the other park employees were in on it, prompting Rigby to comment, "Remind me to never touch Muscle Man's stuff."
* DrillSergeantNasty: Muscle Man in "Muscle Mentor". [[spoiler: And it actually works.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards: He maybe a prankster, but Muscle Man was ashamed of himself when Pops got hurt from of his actions.
* FatBastard: When he's the episode's antagonist.
* FanDisservice: PlayedForLaughs.
** {{Gonk}}: The most consistently unattractive man in the cast.
* FatIdiot: Gradually got away from the idiot part through CharacterDevelopment.
* FatAndProud: He used to be a bodybuilder. But doesn't give a damn that he's a fat dude now.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine/Choleric -- A prankster with a short fuse.
* GagBoobs: Muscle Man's [[Film/FightClub bitch tits]] (which he acknowledged on "Party Pete" in his line, "It takes guests with breasts, and mine don't count"). He even got smacked in the face with them in "Rage Against the TV".
* GeniusDitz: "Exit 9B" shows that he's actually smart enough to lead a college lecture on quantum physics. Either that, or GBF Jr's brainwashing somehow increased his intelligence.
* GenreSavvy: "This is the future, bros. There's gotta be a time machine!" [[spoiler:He was right.]]
* IronicNickname: He seems to be anything but muscular. It turns out that he used to be [[spoiler: [[MeaningfulName very muscular]]]], and even though he's fat now, he's still ridiculously strong.
* {{Jerkass}}: Originally, Muscle Man was a {{Jerkass}} to Mordecai and Rigby, culminating in "My Mom". However, [[CharacterDevelopment he's become]] a nicer person since then, willingly working with Mordecai and Rigby in "The Night Owl".
** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Although he's still an immature idiot, he's never mean towards women. Plus, he started to willingly work with Mordecai and Rigby and view them as friends.
* LargeHam: "WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
* LetsGetDangerous: Both of them at the end of "The Night Owl".
* MeaningfulName: He actually is very muscular, but it's covered by a thick layer of flab.
** And as shown in "Slam Dunk" he's actually a good athlete, when he smokes Mordecai and Rigby at basketball. Several times.
** In "The Night Owl", he defeats several guards by physical means and knocks out The Night Owl with a single punch.
** Considering the fact that he throws trees and boulders effortlessly in ''Starter Pack'' Muscle Man might have finally lived up to his name.
** In "Power Tower" it's revealed that the nickname is from his bodybuilder days before he let himself get out of shape.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Muscle Man get this in prankless after a prank gone wrong nearly killed Pops and swore off pranking (Which is bad since a rival park restarted a VERY vicious war.) the only way to snapped him out of it was tricking Muscle Man that the rival park hurt Pops in a prank as well.
* OfficialCouple: With Starla, [[spoiler:and the two are now engaged.]]
* OhCrap: His catchphrase, "Oh no, Bro!". When he's aware he messed up big time, he'll react to that and say his phrase.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Averted; his real name of Mitch Sorenstein is revealed in "Muscle Woman".
* ThePrankster: He's apparently the best in town.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: [[spoiler:Goes ''batshit'' insane once Mordecai & Rigby prank him for pranking Thomas nonstop by telling Thomas did it to make him look good. It all turns out to be a big prank against the duo...though Thomas loses his car.]]
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: As one episode shows, Muscle Man has a lot of friends around town. Heck, a police officer chases afters him just to tell him how awesome he is.
* SoreLoser: Muscle Man. He will someones life an utter hell if he loses at something.
* StealthPun: Muscle Man is a [[AmbiguouslyHuman green-skinned humanoid]] who likes to mess with and torment the other characters. [[spoiler:He's a troll, both [[AllTrollsAreDifferent literally]] and [[{{Troll}} figuratively]].]]
* TheStoner: The green complexion, pink eyes, man boobs, chubby build, and Pink Floyd poster do point to signs that Muscle Man could be on drugs (most likely marijuana, since all of those are signs or traits associated with pot use), but nothing has been confirmed by the creators (though given the strong adult undercurrent of the show, it might be true).
* StoutStrength: He doesn't look super strong, and just super fat, but he's the strongest guy in the park next to Skips.
** SuperStrength: When angered, he's able to rip ''buildings'' out of the ground and throw them.
* TalkToTheFist: In "Night Owl", [[spoiler:after returning to the past after the title character froze him, Hi-Five, Mordecai, and Rigby for several hundred years, the Night Owl starts chewing them out for ruining his plan. So Muscle Man knocks him out cold mid-rant.]]
* ThoseTwoGuys: Muscle Man and Hi-Five Ghost
* TookALevelInKindness: Especially in "The Night Owl."
* TokenHuman: Muscle Man. [[AmbiguouslyHuman Maybe.]]
* VocalEvolution: Muscle Man sounds quite different in a few early episodes, especially "Rigby's Body".
* YourMom: Inverted; Muscle Man makes "My Mom" jokes instead of "Your Mom" jokes. Rigby and Mordecai even try to tell him that the "your mom" jokes work better. "Trucker Hall of Fame" reveals that the "My Mom" jokes were from his father's "My Wife" jokes.
* XanatosGambit: Some of the pranks he pulls off nearly require clairvoyance with their absurd specificity.

!Hi-Five Ghost
!!!Voiced by: J.G. Quintel
!!!Debuted in: "Pilot"/Season 1, "Just Set Up the Chairs"
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Muscle Man's perpetually nervous ghost-looking friend [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin who hi-fives him a lot]].

* {{Adorkable}}: "The Postcard" sets him up to be this.
* ADayInTheLimelight: "The Postcard". Only took five seasons...
* BirdsOfAFeather: With Celia. They love the same coffee shop, down-tempo electronica, the same music album, watching animals in the aquarium, and they don't like the food in Wing Kingdom. But unfortunately, none of them had cellphones back then.
* BoyMeetsGirl: That's the cute story of how he meet Celia.
* EveryoneHasStandards: While he's okay with some of Muscle Man's pranks, he doesn't like the pranks he pulls during "The White Elephant Gift Exchange" and he even goes along with the other park staff to get revenge on Muscle Man.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Phlegmatic/Sanguine: Not does much aside from join in Muscle Man's pranks.
* IntangibleMan: At least when he wants to be. Usually demonstrated when someone tries to punch him. He'll let it pass through, then strike back.
** Oddly enough, he fails to escape after being gripped by the evil living pumpkin in "Terror Tales of the Park III", despite Mordecai even shouting out: "Fives! Just phase through, man!"
* InterspeciesRomance: With Celia, a human.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous: Hi-Five Ghost (and his family) can apparently form extra arms when needed. HFG once appeared with ''five''.
* ThePromise: He and Celia both agreed to meet up again when she finishes her schooling and if they're both single by sending him a postcard to let him know she's back in the country.
* TheQuietOne: Hi-Five Ghost spoke only one full sentence in the entire first season. The episode "Muscle Woman" has Fives talk more than usual due to Muscle Man isolating himself, implying that he usually doesn't talk because Muscle Man just does all the talking for him.
** As one episode shows, apparently he doesn't talk because he's jinxed and Muscle Man will punch him if he ever talks around him. Rigby broke his jinx and afterwards he talks much more often.
* SatelliteCharacter: High Five Ghost is excluded from a lot of the park group's activities, serving mostly as an accessory to Muscle Man. [[http://calwong.tumblr.com/post/27389172738/tobyjones-hope-you-enjoyed-fancy-restaurant A cut gag from one ending storyboard lampoons this.]]
** "Exit 9B" actually had to have brand new scenes when his memory was restored, because he's so ancillary.
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: It's not clear whether HFG is living or undead. His family also consists of ghosts, and they all live normal lives.
* OutOfFocus: '''''Oh, yeah'''''. He has a lot of episodes that just don't focus on him.
* VocalEvolution: When J.G. Quintel took over for JeffBennett, Quintel's voice zigzags between sounding like a pitched-up Mordecai and sounding like himself during the "embarrassing voice cracking" stage of male puberty.
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[[folder:Supporting Characters]]
!Thomas / [[spoiler:Nikolai]]
!!!Voiced by: Creator/RogerCraigSmith
!!!Debuted in: Season 4, "Exit 9B"
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The newest addition to the park, a billy-goat intern [[spoiler:who's a Russian spy]].

* [[spoiler:AffablyEvil: Even after his reveal as a foreign spy, Thomas admits that he still likes the friends he made.]]
* AffectionateGestureToTheHead: He is officially welcomed to the park staff with a group petting session.
* AscendedExtra: Actor example; Roger voiced dozens of minor and incidental characters prior to being added to the roster for good as Thomas.
* [[spoiler:BecomingTheMask: He considers the park staff his real friends, even though his work there was only his cover.]]
* BerserkButton: He doesn't like to be called a mama's boy. Muscle Man learned that the hard way.
* [[spoiler:BeneathNotice: Why he poses as an intern.]]
* BlankSlate: Given he has no specific character role yet, for some fans he tends to fall somewhere between this and TheEveryman.
** [[spoiler:Until he's revealed as TheMole.]]
* BrickJoke: In the third Halloween special, the group have a story-telling contest where the loser has to wear their Halloween costume until Thanksgiving. He winds up losing and from that episode onward he's stuck in his pizza costume until the Thanksgiving special where he's finally allowed to take it off.
* ButNowIMustGo: [[spoiler:After revealing he's a Russian spy, Benson offers him to stay at the park, but he declines since he'll be hunted down after betraying both the U.S and Russia and decides to go on the run.]]
* ButtMonkey: Mainly in "Starter Pack" and "The Christmas Special".
* ChickMagnet: Surprisingly, in "New Year's Kiss", he is seen dancing with three girls at the same time. In "I Like You Hi", he mentions that he has at least four girlfriends.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Shows a tiny bit of this in "Journey to the Bottom of the Crash Pit". He works the camera/video booth at the park, but says he "knows a guy" at the climbing equipment booth. "The guy" is still Thomas with a ballcap on, having walked a couple feet to the other booth.
** In "Return of Mordecai and the Rigbys", when Mordecai and Rigby can't think of anything for Thomas to do, he decides to be their mean British manager because every band has one.
** In "I Like You Hi", when Mordecai asks for advice from a panel of his co-workers for his problem, Thomas just names off some of his girlfriends' music preference and tells him to try it. Mordecai wonders why he's even in this panel.
* [[spoiler:DefectorFromCommieLand: He defects when it's revealed to him that his mission is supposed to start World War III, in addition to killing or enslaving the park staff.]]
* TheDogBitesBack: In "Exit 9B" [[spoiler:He gets fed up with how G.B.F. Jr. treats him so he threw iced coffee in his face before he is kicked off the freeway ramp. But then he is saved and he signs the document to save the park which foils G.B.F. Jr. plans.]]
* TheDragAlong: Not always eager to be involved in the Park Crew's craziness. Such as saving Muscle Man's trailer, or fighting a rival park crew for a coffee mug.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Leukine - Pretty much TheGenericGuy, [[spoiler:until it's revealed that he is an spy]].
* GoingCommando: Decides to do so to avoid getting wedgie'd by Muscle Man again.
* GreenRooming: After his two introduction episodes at the start of season four, he ended up not appearing in any episode in a meaningful role (besides the Christmas special) until much later in "Cool Cubed", [[spoiler:although a good chunk of that time is spent frozen.]]
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: After being revealed to be a Russian spy, he turns against Natalie and in effect Russia after she tried to enslave, and then kill the park crew, his true and only friends.]]
* InitiationCeremony: Mercilessly pranked as part of his hazing in the episode after he is introduced, by Muscle Man in particular. [[spoiler:And even when he and Muscle Man prank Mordecai and Rigby, Muscle Man ends up destroying Thomas' car, which wasn't exactly part of the prank itself. Thomas gets screwed either way.]]
* TheIntern: Thomas is interning at the park as part of his college course. [[spoiler:Or [[TheMole that's what he wants you to believe]].]]
* [[spoiler:TheMole: He's an orphan raised by the KGB and sent to the park to study it.]]
* NaiveNewcomer: That's how it was with his debut episode.
* OneSteveLimit: Subverted, as Thomas (the goat intern) shares the same name with Thomas (the son of Death), which was lampshaded once. [[spoiler:Double subverted, as the former's real name is Nikolai.]]
* OnlySaneMan: Only guy who routinely questions the bizarre antics the park crew get into.
* PettingZooPeople: A literal example. He's a goat who wears clothes.
* PutOnABus: He leaves the park in "The Real Thomas" due to [[spoiler:being a rogue secret agent who is now a fugitive of both America and Russia]]. It's unknown if Thomas can make any kind of return given his situation.
* PhraseCatcher: The rest of the park staff tend to angrily shout "Thomas!" whenever Thomas tries to get out of whatever crazy event they've gotten themselves into this week
* RidiculouslyAverageGuy: At least where he is the main character.
* SixthRanger: Once he has joined the other people in the park.
** [[spoiler:Actually a SixthRangerTraitor.]]
* StraightMan: To everyone that isn't Benson.
* ThePowerOfFriendship: [[spoiler:He defects from Russia thanks to the park staff, whom he now sees as his only friends.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: Who knew Thomas was strong enough to [[spoiler:put Muscle Man in an arm bar]] in "Thomas Fights Back"? He also helps the group by [[spoiler:pulling off a [[TheChessmaster brilliant gambit]] as an undercover intern at the opposite park]].
** [[spoiler:Turns out these awesome abilites are thanks to the training he had to become a KGB agent.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: The more said about him besides being an intern, the more of a spoiler he is.
* WhamLine: [[spoiler:''([[AccentRelapse In his native accent]])'' "I am Russian spy."]]
* YouSaidYouWouldLetThemGo: [[spoiler: He's genuinely shocked that Natalie tries to have the park crew killed after finishing their mission.]]

!Margaret Smith
!!!Voiced by: Janie Haddad
!!!Debuted in: Season 1, "Caffeinated Concert Tickets"
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A red-breasted robin who used to work at a coffee shop. Mordecai has a crush on her.

* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: The only time Margaret has shown to have an interest in Mordecai was when he "blew her off" (Mordecai at the time was suffering a HeroicBSOD from seeing Pops naked).
** Eventually inverted around Season 3.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: In most episodes, though in some she does wear shoes.
* BareYourMidriff: Has her moments. One example in "Meat Your Maker", in Mordecai's dream where she wears a seashell bra.
* BettyAndVeronica: Girlish calm Betty to CJ's tomboyish Veronica.
* BlackComedy: If her story in "Terror Tales of the Park II" is any indication, she's got a messed up sense of humor.
* BrainlessBeauty: Had tendencies of this in early seasons, but has [[CharacterDevelopment developed]] to be a little smarter and more reasonable. And she ''did'' get into college. So there's some modicum of smartness up there.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Margaret was a FlatCharacter compared to the other recurring cast, that is until "Do Me a Solid" where she's revealed to be a down-to-earth character (the unusual circumstances don't faze her nearly as much as one would expect).
* DaddysGirl: It's implied, since her password for her phone is the trope name.
** She also mentioned once that she used to play a lot of mini-golf with her dad.
** Made canon in ''Family BBQ''.
* DamselInDistress: In the Cartoon Network RS game, ''Fist Punch'', where The Night Owl kidnaps her and Mordecai and Rigby has to save her.
* DistaffCounterpart: To Mordecai. They were quite clearly designed to complement each other.
* FeatherFingers: She's a bird with wings, and she uses her wing feathers for fingers after all.
* GenderEqualsBreed: Her mother is a robin, like herself and her father is a ''human.''
* GenreSavvy: In "Picking up Margaret" Margaret is hesitant to trust that Mordecai just wants to give her a ride and isn't being betted or in some other way forced to, then she wants to make sure nothing crazy is going to happen.
* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: She occasionally wears purple dresses. She wore a short sleeved dress in "The Longest Weekend" when she went to the movies with her friends. In "Family BBQ" she wore fancy sleeveless dress, during the BBQ, when she introduced Mordecai to her folks. And another in "Steak Me Amadeus", she wore a strapless dress with matching high heels. She did however wore a casual purple skirt, with her shirt and pants, at the end of "Carter and Briggs" and in "Picking with Margaret".
* InterspeciesRomance: Three of her boyfriends so far have been humans (one of which was apparently a giant), and she almost went on a date with Rigby in an alternate timeline.
** Considering [[spoiler:her mom married a human, it seems to be a trait she picked up from her]].
* [[spoiler: IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy]] : In "Merry Christmas Mordecai", [[spoiler: and "Sad Sax", she accepted that Mordecai was seeing somebody else and wants to still be friends with him.]]
* LethalChef: In "Pie Contest", she made a pie that not only looked disgusting but it was burned and raw at the same time and it tasted like barf.
* LimitedWardrobe: Exceptions version. Outside of her job at the Coffee Shop, she and Eileen have a good set of wardrobes. She seems to prefer wearing yellow, blue, teal and occasionally purple.
* MsFanservice: She tends to dress rather provocatively.
** In "Slam Dunk" we get a [[MaleGaze close up of her butt]], [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar seriously.]]
--->[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhDOIhWlOdE Hey Mordecai!]]
* MyGirlIsASlut: Played straight. Margaret is shown hooking up with a new person every day. Inverted in the second season: she's seen casually hanging out with Mordecai and Rigby.
** And then finally averted as of "Picking up Margaret".
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In "Merry Christmas Mordecai", [[spoiler: she accidentally kisses Mordecai when he's already with CJ, and she seem to have feel ashamed when CJ saw the scene.]]
* NiceGirl: She's really friendly [[BewareTheNiceOnes most of the time.]]
* NightmareFetishist: In the second 'Terror Tales From The Park' Halloween special, she thinks her story about a party bus that ages its riders into dust is 'funny', even though it wasn't.
** The reason she told it in the first place was because she thought it would cheer up a terrified Pops. Obviously It didn't work.
* NonMammalMammaries: "Lady pecs", in Mordecai's words. She even gets to show a little {{sideboob}} in the concert episode, and cleavage in others.
* OfficialCouple: With Mordecai as of ''Meteor Moves'', but the relationship didn't last too long, once she got accepted into college.
* PettingZooPeople: She's a bird that wears clothes after all.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: Pink Girl to Mordecai's Blue Boy. Technically, she's bright red, but it looks pink due to color saturation.
* PinkMeansFeminine: She doesn't wear pink much, but in "Pie Contest" she wore a pink apron and in ''Family BBQ'', in her pictures with her father, she wore a pink high school prom dress, and as a child, wore a pink-purple short sleeved dress, in the episode, she even had a pink-purple top with her dress. This may have been to represent her 'Daddy's girl' theme. She also has a pink sweater in "Laundry Woes"..but we never see her wore it.
* PutOnABus: In the season 4 finale, after she was accepted in her dream college.
** TheBusCameBack: [[spoiler:At the end of "Eileen Flat Screen".]]
* SatelliteLoveInterest: In the entire first season not much is known about Margaret, except she's nice and has a good set of lady pecs. Justified in that Mordecai himself can't seem to get past his shyness and learn more about her besides how attracted he is to her. (Note that he's always completely surprised about her boyfriends and entertainment preferences.) She's developed a bit more beyond the first season, however.
* SeashellBra: During Mordecai's dream sequence in the episode "Meat Your Maker", he envisions Margaret wearing one that just [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar ''barely'']] covers her [[UnusualEuphemism lady pecs]].
* SkirtOverSlacks: At the end of "Carter and Briggs" and in "Picking Up Margaret", she wore a purple skirt with a teal long sleeved shirt and blue pants.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: In the entire first season, she was in only ''three'' episodes (one of which was only via dream sequence) and had less than three minutes' screen time combined. However, she's gotten a lot more screen time in season 2.
* ToothyBird: Like Mordecai, she has teeth in her beak.
* TrueBlueFemininity: A lot of jeans and pants she wears are blue. She even wore a blue skirt in "Ace Balthazar Lives". In [[spoiler: "Eileen Flat Screen",]] she wore a blue [[spoiler: News suit,]] though that was to do her job. In "Merry Christmas Mordecai", she wore a blue sweater with matching shoes.
* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: All of the men she seems to date are obnoxious jerks, who seem to irritate her. Except for Rigby in "It's Time", whom she ''really'' seemed to hit it off with.
-->'''Margaret:''' Ugh, what boyfriend? I'm not seeing anyone right now. Guys are jerks.
-->'''Mordecai:''' Gah, I know, right? Guys are the worst! ''(Flashes Rigby a silent "[[CatchPhrase OOOOOOOOH!]]")''
** This extends even to Mordecai, because even though he's a NiceGuy, he is also an admitted slacker who doesn't seem at all interested in improving his life and has stated that he doesn't see himself working anywhere except the park, where as Margaret at least has her priorities concerning her future in order.

!Eileen Roberts
!!!Voiced by: Minty Lewis
!!!Debuted in: Season 2, "Brain Eraser"
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An adorably sweet mole girl who works at the coffee shop with Margaret. Has a crush on Rigby.

* ActionSurvivor: Proves herself to be one of these in "Camping Can Be Cool". Without her, Mordecai, Margaret and Rigby would probably not have made it out of those woods alive...
* {{Adorkable}}: Good lord is she ever.
* AscendedExtra: Went from Margret's best friend to one of Mordecai and Rigby's closest.
* AuthorAvatar: Eileen is basically Minty Lewis in mole form. Her biggest roles are generally in episodes Minty Lewis (who's a writer on the show) co-wrote with Kat Morris.
* BlindWithoutEm: After hearing that [[spoiler: Rigby thinks she's hot [[TheGlassesGottaGo without her glasses on]]]], she tries to serve coffee without them and bumps into a table.
* BrainyBrunette: Including straight A's in school.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Her Cloudcuckoolander tendencies are played up far more in "Do Me a Solid" than they are in later episodes.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}:
** "Do Me A Solid" proved this is indeed the case.
** And in "Camping Can Be Cool" she admits to going through a phase where she got lost in the woods a lot the previous year, as well as playing with several snakes.
* ADayInTheLimelight: "One-Pull Up" marks her first important role in an episode, without her playing second fiddle to Margaret. She gets a lesser one in "Tants" [[spoiler: her first major role following Margaret's departure]]. She gets her first full example of this in "Video 101".
* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: She wore a purple sweater in "TGI Tuesdays", which she shows, she can be a graceful dancer. She also wore it in "Meteor Moves", "Play Date" and "Real Date". Though in "Tants", it looked more pink.
* HairDecorations: She wears a light blue ponytail holder. She also wore a mistletoe in her hair, in "Merry Christmas Mordecai".
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Margret and to a lesser extent with CJ. [[spoiler: Becomes a plot point in "I See Turtles" when Eileen bemoans the fact she can't hang out with both at the same time due to the lingering awkwardness over Mordecai and Margret's kiss at the Christmas Party. Tenuiously resolved with CJ calling Margret to save Eileen, Rigby and some baby turtles, with the two agreeing to hang out though still clearly not being comfortable around one another. ]]
* HiddenDepths: Proves to be an adpet trainer in "One Pull Up"
* LimitedWardrobe: Exceptions version. Outside of her job at the Coffee Shop, she and Margaret have a good set of wardrobes. She seems to like pink and blue the the most.
* {{Meganekko}}: An anthropomorphic one.
* MoralityPet: Eileen is more or less the one person Rigby ''won't'' be a {{Jerkass}} towards
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]: Rivals Pops for the position of the nicest character on the show.
* OneBookAuthor: This is (currently) the only voice acting role for Minty Lewis, whose only other contribution to the show has been storyboarding a few episodes in Season 2.
* PinkMeansFeminine: Like how Margaret seems to like wearing yellow and teal tops, Eileen seems to like wearing a lot of pink tops. In "Terror Tales of the Park III", she wore a pink skirt, to go along with her 50s outfit costume.
* SatelliteCharacter: Suffers from the same affliction as High Five Ghost, serving mostly as a side dish that comes along with Margaret. She never gets much screen time to herself.
** At least until "One Pull-up", where she gets a considerable amount of screentime, with Margaret not appearing once.
** Subverted for the most part once Margret leaves for college. While she hangs around either CJ or Rigby most of the time she has more importance to the plot and even gets her own focus episode. [[spoiler: Even after Margret returns, Eileen still spends plenty of time with CJ "I See Turtles" is focused more on how CJ's disdain for Margret is effecting Eileen than on the relationship drama it could cause. ]]
* SheCleansUpNicely: In "Access Denied". She wore a black dress, and did her hair.
* ShipperOnDeck: She's very supportive of Mordecai and CJ's relationship, so much so that she and Rigby encourage them to go on a real date ''and'' she helps CJ out on said date.
* ShrinkingViolet: Has shades of this.
* SkintoneSclerae
** In later episodes Eileen seems to go through a redesign. She loses this and her ponytail is done up on the other side.
*** [[spoiler: She still has this trope with her glasses off.]]
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: And it goes along with her being a BrainyBrunette.
* StalkerWithACrush: Eileen to Rigby. First noted in "Do Me A Solid", when Mordecai notices that Eileen is staring at Rigby from the other side of the Coffee Shop
** Subverted in "Diary", Margaret forgot to tell Mordecai and Rigby that she asked Eileen to water her plants since she had the guest room for the weekend. The night before Margaret revealed this, Rigby confessed that his biggest secret was that he thinks Eileen is hot without her glasses on. Guess who comes to serve their coffee without her glasses?
*** This was subverted in the fact that Eileen heard Rigby say this while she was (unknowingly to Rigby) in the guest room.
* TrueBlueFemininity: A lot of bottom wear she wears, are blue. She did wore a blue sleeveless top in "One Pull Up" and briefly in "Real Date". And also a short sleeve shirt in "Lift With Your Back".
* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: With the way Rigby acts towards her, you'd think she'd try someone else...
** [[spoiler:He warms up during "Camping Can Be Cool" - he thinks Eileen starting a fire without matches [[YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame and throwing a rock through Margaret's car door]] is pretty awesome.]]
** This is subverted as of later episodes, with Rigby treating her nice and even showing hints of being attracted to her.
* ZettaiRyouiki: In "Bald Spot", she wore white stockings that were either B Over-Knee or A Thigh-High.

!Cloudy Jay "CJ"
!!!Voiced by: Linda Cardellini
!!!Debuted in: Season 3, "Yes Dude Yes"
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A cloud girl who Mordecai goes on a blind date with after thinking Margaret was engaged and befriends as a result.

* ActionGirl: In "Dodge This". Despite her team being rookies, they make it all the way to the finals of the dodgeball tournament and [[spoiler: end up winning the whole thing. She even beats Mordecai, the park's best player, one on one after they work things out. ]]
** [[spoiler: She even saved him and Rigby, with Eileen's help, in "Portable Toilet".]]
* AscendedExtra: Started out as a one shot character, later returns as a recurring cast member.
* BigDamnKiss: With Mordecai in New Years Kiss, albeit unknowingly as she couldn't tell it was him until they dropped their disguises.
** Done again at the end of "Real Date".
* BettyAndVeronica: A tomboyish Veronica to Margaret's Betty.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Went berserk when Mordecai chose Margaret over her but only because she thought Mordecai and her were dating.
* BikerBabe: She revealed that she has a motorcycle license and she did motocross when she was younger.
* BirdsOfAFeather: With Mordecai. They both like Rock bands, playing video games, goofing off, etc.
* BizarreAlienBiology: She can turn into a living storm.
** BlowYouAway
** ShockAndAwe
* ADayInTheLimelight: She gets her own episode in "Daddy Issues".
* EmbarrassingLastName: Subverted in "Daddy Issues" when she revealed that her father is Carl Putter, a mini-golf champion. Rigby asked if her last name is "Putter" but she tells him that's her father's mini-golf name.
* GamerChick: Just like Mordecai, she's pretty good at playing video games. She even managed to make the top high score three times on the same arcade game.
* GenreSavvy: In "I Like You Hi", [[spoiler: when Mordecai ask her on a date by texting, she replies with ";-)" (a winky face). When Mordecai starts to wonder what it means, she quickly sends another message to clarify she means "yes" and tells him not to misinterpret it.]]
* {{Goth}}: In "Real Date", there's a picture of her in her Couple Corral profile (a dating site) when she was going through a Goth phase.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: [[spoiler: Takes Margaret's place as Eileen.]]
* HighPressureEmotion: Because she's a cloud, when she gets angry or upset she turns grey.
* HulkingOut: She turned into this giant stormy cloud (shaped like an actual cloud rather than her human-like shape) and causes an actual storm when she's upset at Mordecai.
* JustFriends: In "Dodge This", Mordecai and CJ both agreed to start over as friends. [[spoiler: "Portable Toilet" Makes it rather obvious they have feelings for each other. Eventually blown to all hell in "I Like You Hi. ".]]
* LimitedWardrobe: While Margaret and Eileen have their own set of wardrobes, CJ always wear a stripe sleeveless shirt, brown shorts and black boots. She dose wear other outfits, but they were for occasions or when they were convenient for the plot. In "Sad Sax", due to winter, she did wear a blue jacket...with shorts. And later in the episode, she did wear warm pants and different shoes...with her sleeveless stripe shirt.
* LoveHurts: Mordecai honestly hurts her by choosing Margaret over her.
* LoveInterest
** [[spoiler: ReplacementLoveInterest: For Margaret.]]
* ManicPixieDreamGirl: Sort of. She brings Mordecai out of a funk after he thinks Margaret is engaged, but doesn't really change him in any way. [[spoiler: Played straight in "I Like You Hi", she both helps him move on from Margaret for good and gets him out of his habit of never making a move. ]]
* NiceGirl: When she first meets Mordecai, she understands that he's not interested in dating at the moment so she hangs out with him to cheer him up. [[spoiler: Reinforced when it turns out she was avoiding Mordecai not because she was mad at him for kissing her]] but because she thought HE was mad at her for running out on him.
** Also in "Sad Sax", [[spoiler: when she was angry with Mordecai about the whole kissing Margaret thing, she didn't take it out on Eileen and Rigby, and still hang out with them.]]
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Her name is actually Cloudy Jay. [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Or Cloudy Jane . . .]]
* PaperThinDisguise: [[spoiler: Apparently neither Mordecai nor Rigby could tell it was her at the New Year's party despite just having simple mask over her eyes. Then again neither could she since Mordecai was wearing the same thing.]]
* PinkMeansFeminine: She's Tomboyish, but in "Real Date", she did choose to wear a pink sweater to go with her dress. In "Daddy Issues", she wore a pink sleeve shirt with her overalls when she was younger and she also wore a pink skirt for the mini golf. These three examples go with TomboyWithAGirlyStreak.
* PutOnABus: Introduced in Season 3 but seems to disappear without a trace, generally believed that she was just a one shot character. [[spoiler: That is until Season 5.]]
* RedEyesTakeWarning: [[spoiler: Her eyes start growing red when she transforms into a storm in "Real Date".]]
* RelationshipUpgrade: [[spoiler: Agrees to go out with Mordecai in "I Like You Hi."]]
* RomanticFalseLead: To Margaret, though to the show's credit, while it was obvious that Margaret really hadn't gotten engaged, she was set up. [[spoiler: Subverted now that Margaret's gone.]]
* SecondLove: To Mordecai.
* SheCleansUpNicely: In "Real Date", she wore a red dress with matching flats and a pink sweater.
* TomboyishPonytail: She has a fluffy cloud ponytail.
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: [[spoiler: In "Real Date", the C.E.O. of Couple Corral learned too late why you should never hurt Mordecai.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler: Her relationship with Mordecai, since it directly spoils Margaret's exit.]]
* WellDoneSonGuy: Well Done, Daughter Girl. CJ never got any respect from her dad, especially when it's involving mini-golf. The two of them make peace after CJ finally beats him.
* WhoWearsShortShorts: CJ wears shorts, shorts. Her brown shorts.
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: Get her miffed enough and she'll turned into a real storm cloud that can reek some serious havoc.

!Starla Gutsmandottir
!!!Voiced by: Courtenay Taylor
!!!Debuted in: Season 2, "Muscle Woman"
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Muscle Man's on again-off again (currently on) girlfriend/[[spoiler:fiance]].

* {{Acrofatic}}: Much like her boyfriend, she's super-strong when angered.
* BattleCouple: With Muscle Man in "Fancy Restaurant".
* {{Gainaxing}}: And it's [[FanDisservice not pleasant to watch.]]
* {{Gonk}}
* NotGoodWithRejection: And by "Not good" we mean she goes on a town destroying rampage when Mordecai dumps her.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: You think Muscle Man tears stuff up when he's mad? She outdoes even him.
* ProgressivelyPrettier: In her first appearance, she's ill-mannered and quite [[http://regularshowwiki.weebly.com/uploads/7/4/1/1/7411048/1543969.png?187 ugly]]. As she made more appearances, it was [[http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120718215309/theregularshow/images/b/b5/S3e32_muscle_man_laughing_with_popcorn.png toned down]] and now she's much [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rs_-_starla_4223.png cuter.]]
* SheCleansUpNicely: She's still no looker, but cleans up nice during "Fancy Restaurant".
* SuperStrength: She's not known as "Muscle Woman" for nothing.
* TokenShipping: Coincidence or not, she and her parents are the only stout, [[AmbiguouslyHuman green-skinned people]] around besides Muscle Man and his relatives.
* WomanScorned: When she gets dumped, the results are [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge not pretty.]]
* YourMakeupIsRunning: After seeing [[spoiler:Muscle Man "dead"]] in "The End of Muscle Man", she has an emotional breakdown that leaves her with long streams of black running down her face.

!Mr. Maellard
!!!Voiced by: David Ogden Stiers
!!!Debuted in: Season 2, "Dizzy"
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The owner of the park and the father of Pops.

* AccidentalMisnaming: He keeps getting Benson's name wrong by calling him Beancan, Bert, Beanbag, Ball Bucket, Beanton, Bean Teen, and Beanson. By the end of "Benson Be Gone", he finally gets Benson's name correct, which sticks for future apperances.
* BadBoss: He is way meaner than Benson. And any problems that occur in the park, thanks to Mordecai and Rigby, he takes his frustration out on Benson.
* CoolCar: He is driven around in a white limousine called "The White Stallion" that's equipped with machine guns, tire spikes, mini missiles, wheel spikes, grapple guns, lasers, and a massive missile.
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe
* GrumpyOldMan
* {{Hypocrite}}: He hates paying for damages that happens in the park caused by Mordecai and Rigby, but when he damages or ruins his own stuff he doesn't care because he's rich and he can always replace it.
* {{Jerkass}}
** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He does care for his son, Pops, even if he isn't too fond of the other staff.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizens: He may be short but he's still taller than Rigby.
* PetTheDog: In his debut, he would mispronounce Benson's name and barely thanks him. But when Benson help saves the park in "Benson Be Gone", he thanks Benson properly and finally gets his name correct.
* RockersSmashGuitars: He owns a guitar, autographed by a famous rock star, just for this purpose. Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson were left speechless after going through all that trouble to replace the guitar Benson accidentally broke.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior
* ShaggyDogStory: It's pretty much a waste of time trying to replace or fix something owned by him because he'll ruin it, accidentally or purposely, and not care about it because he's rich.
* VisualPun: He's a sour lollipop.

!Don
!!!Voiced by: Julian Dean
!!!Debuted in: Season 1, "Don"
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Rigby's younger brother who's also an accountant.

* TheAce: Tall, uber nice, drives a wicked car and loved by all.
* AloofBigBrother: Inverted since it turns out that he's the younger brother.
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: To Rigby, which is the reason why Rigby resents him.
* AnimalsNotToScale: He's ''huge''.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: While he isn't doing it on purpose to Rigby, Rigby resents his brother because everyone likes him more and he's more successful.
* BigBrotherWorship: He admires his brother and tries to be like him. Like not wearing clothes like Rigby.
* BigLittleBrother: Due to his size and voice, people would mistake him as the older brother.
* CatchPhrase: "Give me [[ManHug some sugar]]."
* CoolCar: He drives a red Chevrolet Corvette C4
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The responsible sibling to Rigby.
* GentleGiant: Being the opposite of Rigby, he's very big and very nice.
* ManHug: He would give this to everyone and calls his hugs "sugar".
* NakedOnArrival: Also applies to Mordecai and Rigby, of course, but it's more conspicuous with Don because of his ripped humanoid shape. He says he stopped wearing clothes because he admired Rigby for doing it.
* NiceGuy: Which makes the others confused about Rigby's hate towards him.
* PettingZooPeople
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: Despite having the same head and facial design as Rigby, the thing that makes him look different is his body.

!Baby Ducks
!!!Voiced by: J.G. Quintel, William Salyers, Sam Marin, & Creator/MarkHamill
!!! Debuted in: Season 2, "A Bunch of Baby Ducks"
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A bunch of baby ducks that Mordecai and Rigby found in the park fountain. They imprinted on Rigby and started following him around and copied his actions. They are able to fuse together and transform into a giant human with a duck's head.

* AllYourPowersCombined: When they transform into a giant.
* ArmoredVillainsUnarmoredHeroes: In the first part of the fight, but it's subverted when they gain a PoweredArmor.
* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: When they fuse together.
** DeflectorShields
** HandBlast
** HeroicBuild
** PettingZooPeople
** SuperStrength
** WalkingShirtlessScene
* BadassAdorable: Adorable duckies who can turn into a building sized kicker of ass.
* BerserkButton: They really don't like it when someone hurts their mom or their friends.
* BigDamnHeroes:
** In "A Bunch of Baby Ducks", when the Duck Collector is about to attack Rigby, the ducks morph together to become a giant and kills him.
** In "A Bunch of Full Grown Geese", just before the geese were about to drop a tree on Mordecai and Rigby, the ducks arrives and fires a laser at the tree.
* ContinuityCavalcade: Their power armor is full of this. See PoweredArmor.
* FearlessInfant: They don't flinch when Rigby tries to scare them away.
** They also don't think twice about picking a fight with a snake. And proceed to beat it into submission.
* FeatherFingers
* FinishingMove: Their combined form seems to use a flaming karate chop as this.
* FusionDance: Can combine into a giant.
* InfantImmortality
* InstantExpert: The baby ducks are able to pick up on what Rigby does.
* [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Jerks With Hearts Of Gold]]: Even though they refer Mordecai and Rigby as losers, they are still friendly and respectful to them.
* NoNameGiven: The name of each duck is never given.
-->'''One of the Baby Ducks''': Yo, other baby ducks, Mordecai's coming!
* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Ever since their debut, they haven't aged at all. While they can talk and do certain activities, like playing video games and skateboarding, they're still referred as babies.
* PoweredArmor: Mordicai and Rigby manage to give their combined form a suit of this later on, which they pilot like a giant mecha.
** BagOfHolding: Wears the Energizer Pack (fanny pack) from "But I Have a Receipt".
** CoolHelmet: They wear the "I'm Eggcellent" trucker cap from "Eggcellent" that turns into a helmet with horns that resembles Rigby's tail.
** HeroesPreferSwords: Uses the Immunity Sword from "But I Have a Receipt".
** InASingleBound[=/=]NiceShoes: They wear basketball shoes that resembles the shoes from "Cool Bike" that helps them jump really high.
** InstrumentOfMurder: They are equipped with "The Power" keyboard from "The Power".
** PowerFist: Uses the [=PlayCo=] Armboy from "Over the Top" on their left arm and the Maximum Glove from "Video Game Wizards" on their right.
** PowerSource: Their armor is powered by [=RadiCola=] from "Party Pete".
** RocketPunch: They use the Maximum Glove from "Video Game Wizards" as this.
** WhoWearsShortShorts: Wears cut-off jeans from "Death Punchies".
* RedEyesTakeWarning: When they transform into a giant or when they are giants.
* SiblingTeam
* SkintoneSclerae
* SuddenlyVoiced: By the end of "A Bunch of Baby Ducks", they first start talking when they fuse to become a giant and we hear one of them talk when they thank Mordecai and Rigby. In "A Bunch of Full Grown Geese", all of them starts talking.

!John "Muscle Bro" Sorenstein
!!!Voiced by: SteveBlum
!!! Debuted in: Season 2, "My Mom"

A truck driver, and Muscle Man's older brother.

* BadassMustache
* BaldOfAwesome
* LikeABadassOutOfHell: How he's introduced in "My Mom!". By driving his truck straight out of the underworld.

!"Muscle Dad" Sorenstein
!!!Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore
!!! Debuted in: Season 3, "Trucker Hall of Fame"

Muscle Man's late father.

* GoodParents: Just an all around good dude.
* ThePrankster: He was the predecessor of his son.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: His various videos and letters left to Muscle Man border on prophetic.
* TooDumbToLive: He was nice and all, but...
-->'''Muscle Man:''' We're here today cause my dad put a cactus under a cop in a bear costume, who turned out to be an actual bear.


!Low-Five Ghost
!!!Voiced by: Roger Craig Smith
!!!Debuted in: Season 2, "See You There"
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The older brother of Hi-Five Ghost who gives low-fives and he's also a police officer.

* CoolShades: He wears two types of sunglasses. He wears black Aviator sunglasses when he's cop and turquoise wayfarers sunglasses when he's off-duty.
* DirtyCop: He's not afraid to bend the rules to help his brother and his friends.
* MultiArmedAndDangerous
* NeverBareheaded: We always see him with his sunglasses on.
* PermaStubble: Mostly so you can tell him and HFG apart.
* SiblingYinYang: With Hi-Five Ghost. LFG talks more often and is outgoing while HFG is quiet and shy.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: He pretty much looks like Hi-Five Ghost if you take away the sunglasses and stubble.

!Sensai
!!! Voice by: Sam Marin
!!!Debuted in: Season 1, "Death Punchies"
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The Death Kwon Do Instructor, Sensai, is an overweight martial arts instructor who teaches the fighting style of Death Kwon Do and is now a deli owner

* {{Acrofatic}}
* BadassMustache
* BigNo: He lets it out [[RuleOfThree three times]] in "Death Punchies", when Mordecai and Rigby steals from his Death Kwon Do book and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking when someone Death Kwon Clogged the toilet]].
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: His mullet, his cut-off jeans, and being shirtless is only way to do Death Kwon Do.
** EightiesHair
** WalkingShirtlessScene
** WhoWearsShortShorts
* [[IKnowKungFaux I Know Death Kwon Do]]
* LethalChef: Ironically the food he makes (Sandwich of death) is what attracts customers.
* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: While he isn't evil, he stole the recipe for the Death Sandwich and mass-produced it without his master's consent.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Even though the real word is "Sensei," in the credits, his name is written as "Sensai".
* TurnTheOtherCheek: He forgives Mordecai and Rigby for ruining his Death Kwon Do business and even helps them when Benson eats the Death Sandwich incorrectly.
* VerbalTic: He would say [[DoomyDoomsOfDoom "...of death"]] a lot in "Death Punchies".

!Audrey
!!!Voiced by: Courtenay Taylor
!!!Debuted in: Season 3, "Weekend at Benson's"

Benson's next-door neighbor and girlfriend.
* FiveFiveFive: Her phone number starts with this.
* AmicableExes: Kinda. While she did invite her ex-boyfriend to her party, her ex tries to prevent anyone from dating her.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: In "The Christmas Special", when Benson shows off his [[HomeMadeSweaterFromHell christmas sweater]] to her, she comments on Benson's sweater saying it should be the winner for "Ugliest Sweater", thinking he's only wearing the sweater as a joke.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Benson who's a gumball machine.
* OfficialCouple: With Benson as "Party Re-Pete" indicates.
** [[spoiler: Subverted in "The Real Thomas" where Benson revealed that they both broke up.]]
* RomanticSpoonfeeding: Does this with Benson at the end of "Party Re-Pete" while they dance.

!Party Pete (Peter Hermanverfal)
!!!Voiced by: Creator/JeffBennett
!!!Debuted in: Season 2, "Party Pete"

A party entertainer that Mordecai and Rigby hired to help liven up their party.

* BalloonBelly: After drinking several Radicolas which gave him strange powers. After finding out Benson was going to return to the park to see what all the commotion was about, the gang had to keep giving Party Pete Radicolas so he'll burn out in order to get rid of him before Benson showed up, thus ending Mordecai and Rigby's party with a [[PopGoesTheHuman bang.]]
* ExpendableClone: It turns out the Party Pete that we saw in his debut is actually a clone who would explode when the party is over.
* LifeOfTheParty
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: WordOfGod confirms he's based on Europop singer, Günther.
* PowerSource: Drinking soda gives him powers for some reason.

!Gene
!!!Voiced by: Creator/KurtwoodSmith
!!! Debuted in: Season 3, "Prankless"
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A snack vending machine who's the park manager of East Pines park.

* AnimateInanimateObject: He's a walking, talking, snack vending machine.
* BigNo: Says this when Muscle Man floods his park with a gigantic water balloon.
* DeadlyPrank: He took innocent pranks and turned it into [[UpToEleven warfare]].
* DefeatMeansFriendship: After "Prankless", he helps the gang in "The Christmas Special".
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He has a wife and kid who are also vending machines.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Loves to mercilessly prank the members of the park, but not when the fate of Christmas is at stake.
* EvilLaugh
* LargeAndInCharge: Justified since he's a large vending machine.
* NiceHat: He wears a green park ranger hat.
* TheRival: His park is the rival to the other park.
* TokenNonHuman: He's the only non-human working at the East Pine park.
* VengefulVendingMachine: But in a different kind of way.

!Quintin "Quips" Quippenger
!!!Voiced by: Matt Price
!!!Debuted in: Season 4, "Quips"
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A yeti who is Skips' cousin who constantly tells terrible jokes and gets on the nerve of everybody.

* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: He is fully unaware that everybody hates his jokes and thinks the only reason why people don't laugh is because they don't get his jokes. This is the reason why he got fired from the comedy club. He finally figures it out once Skips finally tells him the truth.
* DontExplainTheJoke: He explains a lot of jokes if the person/people he's telling them to don't laugh (but that's because they aren't funny).
* FriendlessBackground: Despite having a fiancée, he absolutely has no friends for obvious reasons. And he only made Skips his best man for his upcoming wedding and has a bachelor party with just Skips, Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man, and Hi-Five Ghost because of this particular reason.
-->'''Quips''': ''(asking a request from Skips)'' At the end of the night, I want to eat wings on a hill with my best buds! Well, your best buds. Can I borrow your best buds? Just to reiterate, I don't have any friends.
* IncrediblyLamePun: He does almost nothing but awful puns and jokes.
* MeaningfulName: He thought people calls him "Quips" because his last name is "Quippenger", but it's because he constantly tells jokes. Really bad jokes.
* TheScrappy: In-universe and out. His constant bad jokes and not shutting up about them is why everybody hates him. Even Pops, who can tolerate most people, doesn't want to be associated with him. [[IntendedAudienceReaction Although this was most likely deliberate.]]
** He appears to have dropped this as of his second appearance on the show.
* TooDumbToFool: When Skips and Quips are trapped inside a mirror box, Reginald, one of the Guardians of Eternal Youth, tries to make Quips understand how unfunny he is by making reflections of Quips appear inside the box telling his bad jokes. It doesn't work because he finds the jokes hilarious.
* TooDumbToLive: He constantly makes fun of Reginald and doesn't take the game they are playing seriously which angers Reginald into trapping him and Skips inside a mirror box. He thinks he can get them out by telling Reginald more jokes which makes the situation they are in even worse.
* VerbalTic: "Zingo!"

!Frank Smith
!!!Voiced by: Creator/RogerCraigSmith
!!! Debuted in: Season 4, "Family BBQ"
The Channel Six traffic reporter, and Margaret's [[spoiler:human]] father.

* {{Expy}}: Of JesseVentura: aggressively macho dude with a gravelly pro-wrestler style voice and access to a [[Film/{{Predator}} CHOPPAH!]]
* InterspeciesRomance: His wife is a robin and he's a human.
* OverprotectiveDad
* SeriousBusiness: He takes cannonballs[[note]](The diving technique not the ammunition)[[/note]] ridiculously serious.
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: The majority of Margaret's family are birds, mostly red colored robins with the exception of her cousin John who's orange. Frank however one ups John as he's [[spoiler:a human]].

!Celia
!!!Voiced by: [[Series/{{Girls}} Zosia]] [[WesternAnimation/HighSchoolUSA Mamet]]
!!!Debuted in: Season 5, "The Postcard"
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A human girl Hi-Five Ghost met four years ago before she went off to study in Prague, Czech Republic.

* BirdsOfAFeather: With Hi-Five Ghost. They love the same coffee shop, down-tempo electronica, the same music album, watching animals in the aquarium, and they don't like the food in Wing Kingdom. But unfortunately, none of them had cellphones back then.
* BoyMeetsGirl: That's how they both meet.
* InterspeciesRomance: With Hi-Five Ghost. A Human and a Ghost.
* MulticoloredHair: The top part of her hair is turquoise while the rest is brown.
* ThePromise: She and Hi-Five Ghost both agreed to meet up again when she finishes her schooling and if they're both single by sending him a postcard to let him know she's back in the country.
* SameClothesDifferentYear: Four years later when she reunites with Hi-Five Ghost, she is wearing the same clothes and has the same hairstyle from the day they first met.
* TrueBlueFemininity: In "Merry Christmas Mordecai", she wore a Blue sweater [[HeavenlyBlue with Angels.]] she also wore a dark blue skirt.
* ZettaiRyouiki: Grade C.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Supernatural]]
!The Guardians of Eternal Youth
!!!Voiced by: DavidKaye, Roger Jackson, RobinAtkinDownes, J.G. Quintel
!!! Debuted in: Season 1, "Free Cake"
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Supernatural beings resembling giant, floating babies. Responsible for granting Skips his immortality. They also enjoy cake.

* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: They were this in high school. And they were also the glee club.
* BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: Unless you anger one of them.
* BigDamnHeroes: They arrived to help the park workers in "Exit 9B".
* DealWithTheDevil: Though more benign than most examples, they still have harsh consequences if Skips fails to do a ritual every year on his birthday.
* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: In "Skips' Story", he attended high school with Skips, Gary, and Klorgbane during the 18th century.
* EyesAlwaysShut: Sometimes.
* InfantImmortality: Averted big time in "Fists of Justice" when one of them has a mace shot through his chest and dies.
* KilledOffForReal: There used to be five of them, but one of them was killed in "Fists of Justice".
* ManChild: While they do act mature, they're still babies at the end.
* NoNameGiven: The only named Guardians are Archibald, [[spoiler:who dies about 5 seconds after we hear it,]] and Reginald.
** Averted in "Skips Story" but only in the credits, the rest of them are Oswald, Boswald, and Griswald.
* PowerFloats
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: They encountered Skips at some point and made him immortal and they have him fight their evil brother every 157 years.
* SweetTooth: They love cake. It's what saves Skips from being aged to dust.

!Gareth "Gary"
!!!Voiced by: RobinAtkinDownes
!!! Debuted in: Season 1, "Free Cake"
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The mysterious chauffeur for the Guardians of Youth.

* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: He was a member of the student counsel with the Guardians of Eternal Youth during high school.
* BigDamnHeroes: He arrived to help the park workers in his car in "Exit 9B".
* CoolCar: His flying El Camino.
* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: In "Skips' Story", he attended high school with Skips, the Guardians of Eternal Youth, and Klorgbane during the 18th century.
* {{Expy}}: WordOfGod says he's based off of DavidBowie.
* PowerGlows
* PunchClockVillain: Whenever he's seen on the opposite side of the heroes, he's stated he's just doing his job. Further proven when he represents Mordecai and Rigby in Cool Court, and is clearly trying his best to help them.
* WingdingEyes: His eyes are golden stars.
* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: He was Mordecai and Rigby's defense attorney in "Cool Bikes."

!Death
!!!Voiced by: Julian Holloway
!!! Debuted in: Season 2, "Over the Top"
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An undead soul collector and Skips' arch nemesis.

* AffablyEvil: He genuinely cares about his family, always follows his word, and you kinda get the idea he's enjoying himself while playing these various games against Skips.
** FriendlyEnemy: Sometimes. Even though he's usually an antagonist, he teamed up with the park crew in "Exit 9B". He also helps [[spoiler:Muscle Man propose to Starla by getting him his aunt's ring from the underworld in "The End of Muscle Man".]]
* ArchEnemy: To Skips.
* AntiHero: He helped the gang defeat Garrett Bobby Ferguson, Jr. and his henchmen in "Exit 9B".
* {{Badass}}: One of the show's definite examples.
* BadassBiker
* BigDamnHeroes: He arrived to help the park workers in "Exit 9B".
* ChessWithDeath / DealWithTheDevil: Whenever he appears, he's willing to let mortals keep their souls if they beat him at a contest/game, or do favors for him. Examples include arm wrestling, bowling, hot dog eating, and babysitting his son Thomas.
* TheDevilIsALoser: Death never wins at anything. He lost to Skips' arm-wrestling in "Over the Top", he got beaten by the Park Strikers in "Skips Strikes", and he got himself disqualified for vomiting during a hot dog eating contest in "Last Meal".
* DidYouJustScamCthulhu: Skips was able to beat Death at arm-wrestling by cheating with a strength-empowering toy. Although Death doesn't really call him out for it.
* EnemyMine: He is temporarily counted among the park crew's allies in "Exit 9B". Of course, he may have just been doing his job; Exit 9B ''was'' built to let all of the show's dead villains out of the underworld.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Has a wife and son he seems to actually love.
* EveryoneHasStandards: He may be the grim reaper, but even he was disgusted by Muscle Man and Starla making out in "Last Meal".
* EvilBrit: He resembles British rocker Lemmy and is voiced by British voice actor Julian Holloway.
* GoKartingWithBowser: He often ends up playing various games with the main characters (usually [[ArchEnemy Skips]]), such as an arm-wrestling match or playing him in a bowling tournament. Granted, your soul is on the line in these matches, but still, it's the principle of the thing. The only contest he enters without putting anything in line was the pie-baking contest.
* TheGrimReaper: [[CaptainObvious Obviously]].
* HappilyMarried: Has a wife and seems to genuinely love her.
* HiddenDepths: He's very knowledgeable on rock music and its lifestyle when he helps Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson get into the Rock & Roll Underworld. It doesn't help that he's based off a rock musician.
* IGaveMyWord: Thus far, he's always kept his word when he's made a [[DealWithTheDevil deal with a mortal]].
* LeanAndMean: Except for his disproportionately muscular right arm, which his leather jacket conceals well.
* LethalChef: Mordecai and Rigby agree that the pie he entered for the contest was awful.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: His appearance is based on Lemmy from Motorhead.
* TheNoseless: Justified, as it decayed off a long time ago.
* ParentalObliviousness: He and his wife have no idea that Thomas can talk and his true age. They don't even question why he was under a chandelier when it dropped on him.
* PunchClockVillain: Although he may enjoy taking souls a little too much.
* SinisterScythe

!God of Basketball
!!! Voiced by: Carl Weathers
!!! Debuted in: Season 3, "Slam Dunk"
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[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The god of Basketball]] who can also coach people on how to play basketball.

* BadassBeard
* BadassCape
* BerserkButton: Don't you dare bad-mouth basketball.
* BigDamnHeroes: He arrived to help the park workers in "Exit 9B". He comes back again in "Bank Shot" to tell Rigby that his "double or nothing" shot from early in the episode was still in play.
* CoolCar: He drives a custom designed white flying Cadillac Escalade.
* GentleGiant: Justified since he's a basketball player.
* GodIsGood: He is willing to train Mordecai and Rigby to play basketball even after Mordecai bad-mouthed basketball. He plays fairly when he has to sub for High Five Ghost and gives Muscle Man basketball powers. In "Bank Shots", he informs Rigby that his "double or nothing" shot was still in play.
* GracefulLoser: Even thought he lost to Mordecai and Rigby, he's still a good sport and congratulates them after the game.
* HalfHumanHybrid: He has the body of a human but has a basketball for a head.
* HardWorkHardlyWorks: He tries to train Mordecai and Rigby to play basketball but they [[EpicFail fail spectacularly]]. He gives up and just gives Mordecai and Rigby the power to play basketball.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: He clearly resembles Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
* OddJobGods
* PhysicalGod
* SuperCoach: He's the greatest basketball coach who can teach anyone, except Mordecai and Rigby.
* ThatsNoMoon: He lives inside a Medieval castle-styled basketball stadium inside the moon.

!Techmo
!!!Voiced by: Creator/SteveBlum
!!! Debuted in: Season 3, "Skips vs. Technology"
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A technomancer is who a friend of Skips centuries ago.

* AmbiguouslyHuman: He looks humanoid but he has green skin and pointy ears.
* ArtificialLimbs: During the American Revolution, he lost his arm and Skips replaces it with a wooden arms. Centuries later, he upgrades his arm to a robotic version.
* BigDamnHeroes: He arrived to help the park workers in "Exit 9B".
* CallBack: His robo-arm is made by Yoshimoto Cybernetics, the same company that makes the [[Recap/RegularShowS02Ep22OverTheTop Playco Arm Boy]].
* CoolCar: He drives a [=DeLorean=] DMC-12 and has a car specifically for storm chasing.
* {{Cyberpunk}}: Has some shades of this.
* HolographicTerminal: He can summon these when he has to fix a computer.
* KatanasAreJustBetter: Carries a katana with him.
* MeaningfulRename: His name was Samson, but once he became a technomancer he changes his name to Techmo.
* MysticalWhiteHair
* NoShirtLongJacket
* OlderThanTheyLook: He seems to be immortal like Skips since he's been around since 1783.
* PointyEars
* RomanticismVersusEnlightenment: The Enlightened to Skips' Romantic.
* UnusualUserInterface: He can literally plug himself into a computer with a USB cable.
* TheVirus: He temporary became one in "Skips vs. Technology".

!Thomas
!!!Voiced by: Creator/MichaelDorn
!!! Debuted in: Season 3, "Dead at Eight"
A demon who is the son of Death.

* BabyTalk: Thomas does this only when his parents are around to keep up the charade that he's still young.
* BrattyHalfPint
* CaffeineBulletTime: Cookies and sugar give him power.
* CreepyChild: Not surprisingly due to being the demonic son of Death.
* EnfantTerrible: He caused the deaths of three of his previous babysitters. Death was impressed to see Mordecai and Rigby alive.
* EvilIsPetty: Because of a simple insult, one he brought on himself no less, Thomas spends the whole time trying to ruin Mordecai's and CJ's relationship, nearly getting all three of them killed in the process.
* {{Jerkass}}: There's nothing nice about him.
* LaserGuidedKarma: When he gloats that he'll get his babysitter in trouble with his parents, something heavy drops on him which will knock him out cold.
* PsychopathicManChild: Despite his age, he sometimes acts like an infant.
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Thomas is 300 years old.

!Santa Claus
!!!Voiced by: Creator/EdwardAsner
!!! Debuted in: Season 4, "The Christmas Special"

* BadassSanta
* BigFun: Averted since Santa isn't fat and he's barely jolly.
* BulletProofVest: How he survived getting shot by Quillgin.
* ExpectingSomeoneTaller: When Mordecai and Rigby first encounters him, they don't believe he's Santa due to his appearance not matching what everyone imagines. Santa says that TV producers made up his appearances.
* HellBentForLeather
* HeroicBuild: "Pa-rum-pa-pum-pum! Santa’s got a six pack. "
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Antagonists]]

!Garrett Bobby Ferguson Sr.
!!!Voiced by: Sam Marin
!!! Debuted in: Season 2, "High Score"
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A giant floating head with a beard held the universe record for an arcade game until Mordecai and Rigby beat his record.
* BackFromTheDead: He, along with everybody who died due to Mordecai and Rigby's actions, came back in "Exit 9B".
* BigBad: Closest this show has to one. He was a major antagonist in two episodes, after all.
* BiggerBad: In "Exit 9B".
* BigNo: When Mordecai and Rigby beats his record.
* DoNotCallMePaul: People assumed that "GBF" meant "Giant Bearded Face" which it's not.
* {{Expy}}: He's pretty much ''VideoGame/{{Pac-Man}}'' champion Billy Mitchell... as a giant head.
* FlyingFace: But he can grow out his arms and legs.
* FunWithAcronyms: "GBF" does not stands for "Giant Bearded Face" or "Giant Beardo Face".
* GroinAttack: Receives one from Mordecai but since he's just a giant head with arms and legs, he reacts with "My Chin!"
* {{Jerkass}}: When Mordecai and Rigby are about to beat his high score, he lies about that it's all he has left and then laughs at them when they give up and let him win.
* WoundedGazelleGambit: Did this to prevent Mordecai and Rigby from beating his record. It works but Mordecai and Rigby still beat his record at the end.
* YourHeadASplode: After Mordecai and Rigby beats his record, his head exploded and his brain goo flew everywhere.
** [[spoiler: Happens again in "Exit 9B" when Mordecai and Rigby stops his son's plan.]]

!Garrett Bobby Ferguson Jr.
!!!Voiced by: Sam Marin
!!! Debuted in: Season 4, "Exit 9B"

Garrett Bobby Ferguson's son.
* AvengingTheVillain / EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He wants to resurrect his father.
* BadBoss: He treats the brainwashed Benson and Thomas like slaves.
* BeardOfEvil
* BigBad: Of "Exit 9B".
* {{Jerkass}}
* KnightOfCerebus: Even though it could be considered cartoonish, he manages to be one of the biggest threats to the park.
* TheSociopath

!Klorgbane the Destroyer
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!!! Debuted in: Season 3, "Fists Of Justice"

The evil brother of the Guardians of Eternal Youth. Only vulnerable to the Fists of Justice, he returns every 157 years to do battle with Skips.

* AxCrazy: He is a particulary violent and sadistic being.
* BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: Averted due to being evil.
* TheBully: He was this in high school and nobody stood up to him due to being huge and immortal until Skips came along. Headmaster Bennett was unaware of his bullying until he saw his true colors during prom.
** BigBrotherBully: To the Guardians of Eternal Youth.
* CainAndAbel: Killed his brother Archibald and probably was going to do the same to the others.
* CarryABigStick: Wields a mace that also doubles as a epic flail.
* DarkIsEvil
* KnightOfCerebus: Especialy in his last appearance.
* ObviouslyEvil: Even back during his school days, it was pretty obvious he was destined for evil.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Decked out in a red and black cape.
* ScaryTeeth
* SlasherSmile
* TheSociopath

!Summertime Song
!!!Sung by: Sean Szeles
!!!Debuted in: Season 2, "This Is My Jam"
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When Rigby gets the song, "Summertime Loving, Loving in the Summer (Time)", stuck in his head and gets it out of his head, the song manifested itself into a physical form of a tape cassette and annoys everybody with its song.

* AnimateInanimateObject: Its a giant cassette tape.
* BackFromTheDead: Its brought back to life in "Exit 9B".
* CoolShades
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: The song "Summertime Loving, Loving in the Summer (Time)".
* EarWorm: In-Universe.
* {{Intangibility}}: "You can't touch music, but music can touch you".
* LifeOfTheParty: Subverted. It thinks that it's this, but it just annoys everyone.
* StartXToStopX: The only way to defeat it was to play an even more cheesy, catchy, and repetitive song.
* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: Ever since it escapes from Rigby's head, it would not stop playing its music and dancing. It eventually got on the nerves of the other park workers.
* VillainDecay: When it was brought back to life in "Exit 9B", it lost its intangibility and Mordecai easily kills it by it with a [=2x4=].

!Capicola Gang
!!!Voiced by: John Cygan (leader), Creator/MarkHamill (Louie), & Dawn Lewis (duck)
!!!Debuted in: Season 3, "Fuzzy Dice"
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A group of living audio-animatronic that are criminals. The gang consist of two bears, one that resembles a bear and is also the leader and the other one that barely resembles a bear named Louie, and a female duck.

* AIIsACrapshoot
* BearsAreBadNews: Two of the members are bears.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: They may look like a joke, but they prove they're dangerous when they pull out real guns.
* ComplexityAddiction: Their plan for revenge on the park workers is printing fake Amadeus dollars (coupons to buy steaks at "Steak Me Amadeus") and sell them to Pops who would give them to the rest of the workers. When they want more steaks, they would set up a meeting to exchange more Amadeus dollars and then ambush them. Their whole plan is dependent on the park worker's desire for steaks and apparently they didn't bother to take in account that if they use these counterfeit coupons they would get arrested and won't have the chance to meet them. Rigby lampshades it:
-->[[spoiler: '''Rigby''': Dude, that's really weird.]]\\
[[spoiler: '''Capicola Gang Leader''': Well it worked didn't it?]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards: When Margaret runs out crying after breaking up with Mordecai to attend her dream college, everybody, including the Capicola gang, ceasefire to allow her leave the restaurant. The leader even tries to talk her out of attending college, which results in him and his gang getting blown to bits by the restaurant owner.
* EyepatchOfPower: The female duck wears one in "Steak Me Amadeus".
* FamilyFriendlyFirearms: Averted, even though this is (ostensibly) a kids' show.
* InstrumentOfMurder: During the car chase, they threw a drum at them that was apparently a bomb.
* JiveTurkey: The female duck talks like this.
* NoNameGiven: Only one of them has their name revealed which is Louie the bear.
* NotHelpingYourCase: When the leader tries to talk Margaret out of college, he tells her he didn't go to college and he turned out fine. Then the owner of the restaurant, Amadeus Martinez, proceeds to blow up the Capicola gang with a rocket launcher for talking down on college education.
* NotQuiteDead: They survived the events of "Fuzzy Dice" to seek revenge on the park workers.
* {{Revenge}}: They seek revenge on the park workers for foiling their plans on stealing the fuzzy dice filled with diamonds.
* RevolversAreJustBetter: The female duck uses one in "Steak Me Amadeus".
* SimpletonVoice: Louie the bear
* TwoFaced: The leader has the right side of his face exposes revealing his robotic face.

!Geese
!!! Voiced by: Creator/FredTatasciore
!!! Debuted in: Season 4, "A Bunch of Full Grown Geese"
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Four Canadian Geese who seek to claim the park as their territory by attacking anybody who gets in their way.

* AllYourPowersCombined
* ArmoredVillainsUnarmoredHeroes: In the first part of the fight, but it's subverted when the ducks gain a PoweredArmor.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Like the baby ducks, they can also fuse together to be a giant four-headed goose man.
** BreathWeapon[=/=]FrickinLaserBeams
** MacrossMissileMassacre: "Scramble Missiles!"
** MultiArmedAndDangerous: Has a robotic arm in their chest that can electrocute.
** SuperStrength
* BerserkButton: Using blankets or geese repellent on makes them angrier. Mordecai and especially Rigby learn that the hard way.
* TheDreaded: These geese are so terrifying that even Skips, who has no problems dealing with any dangerous situation, doesn't want to go near them.
* EvilIsPetty: They ruin Mordecai, Rigby, and Pop's sandwich by knocking the sandwich to the ground, kicking dust on it, throwing it in a trash can, beating up the trash can, and rolled that trash can towards Mordecai, Rigby, and Pops. After they temperory beat the baby ducks, they start to destroy everything Mordecai and Rigby cares about, and the first thing they destroy is their standard-defintion TV by blowing it up with missiles.
-->'''Goose''': Fools! The game of "Duck, Duck, Goose" will never end. There will be future lakes... [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking future sandwiches to ruin...]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: When they start talking but after they were defeat one of them talks in a goofy voice.
* ExcrementStatement: They poop all over the park lake to mark their territory.
* FeatherFingers
* FusionDance: Can combine into a giant.
* KickTheDog: When Pops tries to tell them to leave, they shove Pops around while they laugh as they make Pops cry. Pops locks himself inside his room crying after that moment.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Once they start talking.
* SignatureMove: "Scramble Missiles!"
* SkintoneSclerae

!Doug "The Doppelganger" Shablowski
!!! Voiced by Creator/RogerCraigSmith
!!!Debuted in: Season 2, "Temp Check"

An anthropomorphic otter whom Rigby hires as a temp to do his work for him, but turns out to be a con artist who can copy another person.

* BitchInSheepsClothing: He comes off as friendly, optimistic, and hardworking, but deep down, he's a serial scammer stealing other peoples' identities throughout the nation.
* DittoFighter: Can transform into anyone and mimic their style trying to steal their life.
* ExtremeDoormat: Played straight at first, as he doesn't seem to mind Rigby giving him all his work; but it's eventually subverted when he starts to copy Rigby's mannerisms and try to take over his life.
* GoingCommando: He starts off in a white shirt and jeans, but when he's hired he just goes naked like Mordecai and Rigby.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: While he did try to steal Rigby's identity, when Doug gets arrested, he encourages Rigby to be grateful for what he has, since Doug doesn't have much to live for.
* NiceHat: A white and red ballcap.
* PettingZooPeople: An otter to contrast to Rigby the raccoon.
* ShadowArchetype: To Rigby. Both are PettingZooPeople around the same height, but Rigby is incredibly lazy, but still caring for his friends, while Doug presents himself as a nice guy and a workaholic, when he's really an infamous con artist.
* SpotTheImposter: The park crew test the mannerisms of Rigby and Doug to figure out who's who. Doug gives himself away by [[spoiler:hugging Mordecai]], which the real Rigby apparently would never do.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Doug is able to morph into Rigby's form, and copy his appearance and voice perfectly.
* {{Workaholic}}: He truly seems to like working hard.

!Natalia
!!! Voiced by Creator/LauraBailey
!!!Debuted in: Season 5, "The Real Thomas"
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Natalia is a Russian spy who goes undercover as Benson's new girlfriend. [[spoiler:She's a fellow agent of Thomas.]]

* BitchInSheepsClothing: She's introduced as a friendly kindergarten teacher to Benson, when she's really a deadly and ruthless Russian spy.
* BlondesAreEvil: A very light blonde, but still there.
* DarkActionGirl
* EatenAlive: [[spoiler:She's swallowed by a whale when she fights Thomas.]]
* {{Expy}}: Shares a lot of similarities to Comicbook/BlackWidow.
* FemmeFatale: She pretends to be Benson's girlfriend to infiltrate the park. She turns out to not really love him, much to his dismay.
* SensualSlavs

! Susan
!!! Voiced by Creator/AprilStewart
!!! Debuted in: Season 2: Benson Be Gone

Susan was hired by Mr. Maellard to replace Benson as the new park manager while Benson got demoted, when she turned out to be even worse than the two.

* AttackItsWeakPoint: [[spoiler: Her Heels.]]
* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: [[spoiler: Her OneWingedAngel form.]]
* BerserkButton: Employees not doing what she asks.
* BlondesAreEvil
* BodyHorror: [[spoiler: When the others start doing what she asks them, they begin to look just like her and follow her commands. Until Benson stops in.]]
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Get back to work!"
* {{Jerkass}}
* MeanBoss: She's ten times worse than Benson.
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: When Benson undoes her BodyHorror.]]

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