Regular Show revolves around the lives of two groundskeepers at a local park; their attempts to slack off usually lead to surreal, extreme, and often supernatural misadventures in which they interact with the show’s other characters. Hi Five Ghost loves pranking but doesn’t take it as seriously as his best friend Muscle Man does. Almost all of the time, Mitch makes jokes ‘bout his mom rather than insulting other people’s mothers. When something bad happens, he goes, “Oh no, bro.” Pops is a lollipop-shaped man whose body is very stick-like while his head is abnormally large. A naïve person who’s usually in a jolly mood, Pops works with as a park manager yet but acts like a worker. He tends to be overly ecstatic ‘bout every situation, expressing himself as an upright gentleman to the point where he overly extends his sentences formally. Also, his father owns the park. Skips is a yeti who helps his boss a lot, fixing many mistakes that the others make. Formerly known as Walks, this gorilla-like being is immortal. Benson is a gumball machine, also known as the park’s manager. He has a short temper, always yelling at those who are lazy to do work. Whenever he is greatly upset, Benson turns red, threatening to fire his employees. Aside from this, Benson is often calm, enjoying being social, even with his most disliked workers. Whenever Benson is in a good mood, he will reward ‘em with time off in the form of nightly entertainment or dining out. Rigby is a raccoon that becomes frustrated too easily; he is also arrogant, impulsive, and immature at all times, giving him a childish personality. When someone tries to correct or lecture him, he yells, “Stop talking!” or “SHUT UP!” Being one’a the main protagonists, Rigby is the more irresponsible one, usually trying to skip disobey Benson’s orders. Mordecai is a Blue Jay who works alongside his best pal. Like Rigby, he plays video games, sings karaoke, and drinks copious amounts of coffee. Of the duo, Mordecai displays far more patience, responsibility, and intelligence. He puts up with his friend’s laziness, once even filling out a job application for the latter ‘cause he claimed it was “boring.” Mordecai tends to be more friendly, having more manageable relationships with others. Although Mordecai naturally despises work, he strives to keep a good reputation, once almost losing his life to avoid being labeled as a slacker. Unlike Rigby, Mordecai doesn’t openly express his feelings; therefore, his most obvious shortcoming is his inability to engage his love interests. Whenever he’s around his crush, Margaret, he will often stutter or lose focus; in spite of this, he often makes up excuses to go to the coffee shop just to see her. Mordecai is also fond of the word “dude” as well as the saying “Oooooooh,” as he&Rigby often exclaim.
Regular Show, by Nunshle Speke Uvmee.
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