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*** I thought it's been made pretty clear since the episode where Benson has been replaced by Susan, that he doesn't actually ''desire'' to fire them.

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*In Under The Hood, why didn't anyone just take two seconds to check the orange stains on Muscle Man's shirt? They'd know instantly whether it was wing sauce or paint. It'd be pretty messed up to fire someone without even checking something simple like that.


* Why is there so many unreasonable entries on the Radar page? Entries from seasons one and two were perfectly plausible, but afterwards, people began to add in just about ANY content, edgy or not, that the show has?


** That was weird for Mordecai's character, but then when you stop and think about it, in "House Rules" [[spoiler: when he got the message about 'Rigby dying young' ]]that really shook him up. When you're upset about something like that, you don't think straight, which could explain the 'washing the car with sandpaper' thing for example. Plus it seems like he just wanna chill out and hang out with his buddy [[spoiler: while he still feels he can]] At least that's how this troper sees it.

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** That was weird for Mordecai's character, but then when you stop and think about it, in "House Rules" [[spoiler: when he got the message about 'Rigby dying young' ]]that that really shook him up. When you're upset about something like that, you don't think straight, which could explain the 'washing the car with sandpaper' thing for example. Plus it seems like he just wanna chill out and hang out with his buddy [[spoiler: while he still feels he can]] can At least that's how this troper sees it.



** It was his own fault in "Yes Dude Yes". He should've ask who that guy was [[spoiler: instead of jumping to the wrong conclusion. And he asked Margaret out to the movies when he ALREADY asked CJ out and hurt CJ's feelings! It was because of his own thoughtlessness that this happened. As for "Trash Boat", Margaret may not have ever even know, he was saving up to ask her out and Mordecai wasn't going to let Rigby die.]]

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** It was his own fault in "Yes Dude Yes". He should've ask who that guy was [[spoiler: instead of jumping to the wrong conclusion. And he asked Margaret out to the movies when he ALREADY asked CJ out and hurt CJ's feelings! It was because of his own thoughtlessness that this happened. As for "Trash Boat", Margaret may not have ever even know, he was saving up to ask her out and Mordecai wasn't going to let Rigby die.]]



* The end of "Steak Me Amadeus". So... [[spoiler:Is Margaret not aware that long-distance relationships are a thing?]]
** [[spoiler:Probably she thinks it wouldn't be fair to subject Mordecai to a type of relationship with a bigger chance of not working so she prefers to let him move on and look for other interests... or maybe she wouldn't be able to take the fact she won't be able to see Mordecai for a long time.]]

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* The end of "Steak Me Amadeus". So... [[spoiler:Is Is Margaret not aware that long-distance relationships are a thing?]]
thing?
** [[spoiler:Probably Probably she thinks it wouldn't be fair to subject Mordecai to a type of relationship with a bigger chance of not working so she prefers to let him move on and look for other interests... or maybe she wouldn't be able to take the fact she won't be able to see Mordecai for a long time.]]



* So in the last episode it's revealed that Pops is a [[spoiler: very powerful being of god-like origin]]. So why is he such a ButtMonkey in the series? How could a [[spoiler: demigod-like being]] have so many near-death experiences?
** Because [[spoiler: he didn't knew about his powers]] , just remember that Pops , unlike [[spoiler: his brother Anti Pops didn't really knew of his godly origins]] till mid-way Season 8, and the [[spoiler: flashbacks with Mr. Maellard preventing Pops from seeing Lolliland, showed that when he repressed his anger so did his powers, so its probable that he could only manifest his powers until the time for his fated duel drew closer]]
* Question about the finale- why was Benson the one who [[spoiler: put flowers on Pops' grave]]? Wouldn't it have made more sense for Mr. Maellard to do so, seeing as how [[spoiler: Pops was his son]]?

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* So in the last episode it's revealed that Pops is a [[spoiler: very powerful being of god-like origin]]. origin. So why is he such a ButtMonkey in the series? How could a [[spoiler: demigod-like being]] being have so many near-death experiences?
** Because [[spoiler: he didn't knew about his powers]] , powers, just remember that Pops , Pops, unlike [[spoiler: his brother Anti Pops didn't really knew of his godly origins]] origins till mid-way Season 8, and the [[spoiler: flashbacks with Mr. Maellard preventing Pops from seeing Lolliland, showed that when he repressed his anger so did his powers, so its probable that he could only manifest his powers until the time for his fated duel drew closer]]
closer.
* Question about the finale- why was Benson the one who [[spoiler: put flowers on Pops' grave]]? grave? Wouldn't it have made more sense for Mr. Maellard to do so, seeing as how [[spoiler: Pops was his son]]?son?



* If both [[spoiler: Pops and Mr Maellard died]], then who owns now the Park?
** Probably Benson, after all he's technically the second in command of the park and stayed working there [[spoiler: after Pop's death]] it'll only make sense that [[spoiler: Maellard passed on his ownership to Benson on his deathbed, or somewhere between the 25 year skip]]

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* If both [[spoiler: Pops and Mr Maellard died]], died, then who owns now the Park?
** Probably Benson, after all he's technically the second in command of the park and stayed working there [[spoiler: after Pop's death]] death it'll only make sense that [[spoiler: Maellard passed on his ownership to Benson on his deathbed, or somewhere between the 25 year skip]]skip.


*** At least Seth [=McFarland=] can get away with that because Family Guy is SUPPOSED to be vulgar and controversial... that and female talking dogs don't seem to exist otherwise Brian would procreate with one but Regular Show isn't supposed to be vulgar in Family Guy levels and we find out a human did bed a cardinal and Margaret is the result! Plus she dated humans in the past and like Family Guy this is treated as normal in this world.

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*** At least Seth [=McFarland=] [=McFarlane=] can get away with that because Family Guy is SUPPOSED to be vulgar and controversial... that and female talking dogs don't seem to exist otherwise Brian would procreate with one but Regular Show isn't supposed to be vulgar in Family Guy levels and we find out a human did bed a cardinal and Margaret is the result! Plus she dated humans in the past and like Family Guy this is treated as normal in this world.



* In a similar vein to 'Skips vs Technology', how come 'Cat Videos' shows Benson discovering cat videos when he was watching one already?
** It's either due to Cat Videos being before the other episodes with cat videos in them or due to RuleOfFunny/wanting to do that plotline.


** Sometimes, you just don't have anything better to do. It's a paying job that provides room and board.

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** As Rigby put it in "Benson Be Gone", "''We need the money, man!''" Sometimes, you just don't have anything better to do. It's a paying job that provides room and board.

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** 3. What was Gene's involvement in the dome project anyway?


** [[SarcasmMode No, he's a moron that has never heard of the term. I mean, the rest of RegularShow makes perfect sense, right?]]
*** At least Seth McFarland can get away with that because Family Guy is SUPPOSED to be vulgar and controversial... that and female talking dogs don't seem to exist otherwise Brian would procreate with one but Regular Show isn't supposed to be vulgar in Family Guy levels and we find out a human did bed a cardinal and Margaret is the result! Plus she dated humans in the past and like Family Guy this is treated as normal in this world.

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** [[SarcasmMode No, he's a moron that has never heard of the term. I mean, the rest of RegularShow Regular Show makes perfect sense, right?]]
*** At least Seth McFarland [=McFarland=] can get away with that because Family Guy is SUPPOSED to be vulgar and controversial... that and female talking dogs don't seem to exist otherwise Brian would procreate with one but Regular Show isn't supposed to be vulgar in Family Guy levels and we find out a human did bed a cardinal and Margaret is the result! Plus she dated humans in the past and like Family Guy this is treated as normal in this world.


** Cause she must have thought her pie actually did look wonderful.



** They probably cared about the smell and how it feels to rub on their faces.

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** They probably cared about how the smell cake smells and how it feels to rub on their faces.faces. Taste is only one of the five senses.

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** Cause she must have thought her pie actually did look wonderful.


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** They probably cared about the smell and how it feels to rub on their faces.

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** The computer Skips logged onto to may have already had the browser opened up by someone, like maybe Mordecai.


** 2. What about Jackie Carmichael, the antagonist of the episode Local News Legend? Last time I saw a drop of her liquid metal body was near the end of the episode. I was expecting her to make a return for vengeance, but this never happened. Speaking of this episode, even if Margaret tried to upload the footage, everybody knew about it because they're watching it right now anyways, right?

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** 2. What about Jackie Carmichael, the antagonist of the episode Local News Legend? Last time I saw a drop of her liquid metal body was near the end of the episode. I was expecting her to make a return for vengeance, but this never happened. Speaking of this episode, even if Margaret tried to upload the footage, everybody knew about it because they're watching it right now anyways, right?right?
* If the lady who tried to run Mordecai and Rigby off the road in "Take the Cake" didn't know how to read, then how the hell did she get a driver's license in the first place?


** Probably Benson, after all he's technically the second in command of the park and stayed working there [[spoiler: after Pop's death]] it'll only make sense that [[spoiler: Maellard passed on his ownership to Benson on his deathbed, or somewhere between the 25 year skip]]

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** Probably Benson, after all he's technically the second in command of the park and stayed working there [[spoiler: after Pop's death]] it'll only make sense that [[spoiler: Maellard passed on his ownership to Benson on his deathbed, or somewhere between the 25 year skip]]skip]]
* Unexplained Mysteries:
** 1. How did Benson and Audrey breakup?
** 2. What about Jackie Carmichael, the antagonist of the episode Local News Legend? Last time I saw a drop of her liquid metal body was near the end of the episode. I was expecting her to make a return for vengeance, but this never happened. Speaking of this episode, even if Margaret tried to upload the footage, everybody knew about it because they're watching it right now anyways, right?

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***Regardless of how much work they needed to do, it was not Benson's place to 1.) Stop them from eating at all costs and 2.) Take and eat food which they paid for with their own money. Sure this is a cartoon, but a Supervisor who confiscated the lunch of his employees would surely be subject to SOME type of disciplinary action, should word of it get around to those above him. Benson was most definitely treading Jerk Ass territory here.


** It's possible that Pops is a sentient lollipop, so being made of sugar probably gives him more of a tolerance.





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** Probably for the same reason that Muscle Man works there- he genuinely likes his job.

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