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Regular Show

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Regular Show
Regular Show Logo.svg
Format Animated Television Series
Starring J. G. Quintel
William Salyers
Mark Hamill
David Ogden Stiers
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 160 (123 aired) (List of episodes)
Original channel Cartoon Network
First shown in November 6 2006 - December 21 2008
Original run September 6, 2010 – present

Regular Show is an Emmy Award-winning[1] animated television series. It was created by J.G Quintel. It was first broadcast on September 6, 2010. The series is about two friends called Mordecai and Rigby. Mordecai is a 23 year old blue jay. Rigby is a 23 year old brown raccoon. They are also groundskeepers at a park.

Regular Show is rated TV-PG and TV-PG V. Two episodes were rated TV-Y7 FV. One episode was rated TV-PG D. its aimed at 10-18 year olds It has some mild profanity and mature subject matter.

In 2012, the show won the Emmy Award for "Outstanding Short-format Animated Program".[1] It was also nominated for that award in 2011.[1]

Cast[change | change source]

Main[change | change source]

  • Mordecai
  • Rigby
  • Hi-5 Ghost (who has a person with a 1987?-present microphone voice and sounds like Mordecai)
  • Muscle Man (who's bad and had a girlfriend and wife named Muscle Woman)
  • Benson (who is bad and stomped his feet in "Think Positive")

Minor[change | change source]

  • Chad (who looks like Rigby)/Dr. Henry (Pops' Uncle)/Quips (Skips's cousin)/Don (Doug) (who's a former father of Rigby) (voiced by William Salyers)
  • Don (who's a former father of Rigby) (voiced by William Salyers)
  • Mordecai's father (voiced by J. G. Quintel).
  • Jeremy (who looks like Mordecai)/Mordecai's Father (voiced by J. G. Quintel)
  • Benson's Parents and Sister (rivals of each other and who hate each other) (who argued with each other about elbows and talking back and were stopped from fighting by Benson in the episode "Think Possitive" (2012) and thanksgiving episode (2013))

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Regular Show". Retrieved 5 June 2013.