This really is one hell of a show and your missing out. I've watched every episode so far and I must admit i'm hooked. Its a strange show and really is for lack of a better word far out. I hope you like it as much as I do.
Regular Show is an American animated television series created by J. G. Quintel (formerly a creative director for The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack). The series was originally developed as a short for Cartoon Network's unaired Cartoonstitute show, and features characters loosely based on those from Quintel's student films The Naïve Man From Lolliland and 2 in the AM PM.
Two 23-year-old friends, a blue jay named Mordecai and a raccoon named Rigby, are employed as groundskeepers at a park and spend their days trying to slack off and entertain themselves by any means. This is much to the chagrin of their boss Benson, along with their co-worker Skips; but to the delight of Pops. Their other co-workers, Muscle Man and High-Five Ghost serve as rivals to Mordecai and Rigby. As stated before, the show usually revolves around Mordecai's and Rigby's attempts to avoid work and enjoy themselves; however, they oftentimes have to pay for their irresponsible actions, as they always get into more trouble than they thought. This typically results in Mordecai and Rigby going through bizarre and surrealistic misadventures.
Voiced by J. G. Quintel
A 23-year-old blue jay, who is best friends with Rigby. Together, Mordecai and Rigby are employed as groundskeepers at a park, but they are both lazy and rarely get their jobs done. Mordecai is more conscious, mature and moral about his actions, but he tends to go along with Rigby's mischief as a result of rivalry. Many have considered Mordecai, who is skilled in video games, a relatable young adult slacker. Mordecai enjoys playing punchies against Rigby, knowing Rigby always loses. Sometimes, Mordecai just simply punches Rigby when he's angry. He has a major crush on Margaret, the waitress at the local café. He was originally in the short film 2 in the AM PM, which was also created by Quintel.
Voiced by William Salyers
A 23-year-old raccoon, who is best friends with Mordecai. Rigby is eccentric, immature, and extremely mischievous, which puts him at odds with Mordecai at times. Rigby lives solely for self-gratification, which he sometimes achieves through selfish acts of lying or cheating; but consequentially, Rigby has a bad habit of getting himself and other people in trouble. In fact, many of the problems that the park employees face appear to be (mostly) Rigby's fault. Nevertheless, he is best friends with Mordecai and often relies on him for getting himself out of trouble, though there have been times where he's saved Mordecai. He has a younger brother named Don who is often mistaken for the older brother due to Don being taller and larger.
A living gumball machine. Benson is the manager of the park, employed under Mr. Maellard and is also the employer of Mordecai and Rigby. The two frequently infuriate Benson due to their constant slacking and mischief, and as such he has limited trust for them, even though it's his responsibility since their mistakes happen on his time. He is a responsible and hardworking employee, the exact opposite of Mordecai and Rigby. Benson is very hot-tempered and sarcastic, and is very prone to fits of rage (turning red whenever this happens). However, Benson loosened up a bit after "Benson Be Gone", having gained some degree of understanding for them; in the same episode, Benson (temporarily) became a slacker, before reverting back to his old responsible self. He was originally in the short film 2 in the AM PM, which was also created by Quintel.
Voiced by Mark Hamill
A yeti who is apparently far older than he seems. Granted the power of immortality, he is destined to perform a ceremonial dance every year on his birthday. He works out frequently, and as indicated by his name, he "skips" when he moves. Skips' personality seems rather indifferent, but he is always willing to help Mordecai and Rigby whenever they get themselves into trouble. He tends to be the solution to all the problems Mordecai and Rigby cause, usually by means of some sort of contraption he rigs up instantaneously. Skips appears to be very experienced and knowledgeable; whenever Mordecai and Rigby cause trouble, he says "I've seen this before", and then proposes a solution to the problem (implying that Skips used to be much like Mordecai and Rigby).
A lollipop-shaped man who is almost always in a jolly mood. He tends to be overly ecstatic about every situation, and expresses himself as an upright gentleman to the point where he overly extends his words and sentences formally. Despite his old age, Pops is very childlike and naïve about the world around him; therefore, he serves as somewhat of a non sequitur character. He also seems to like Mordecai and Rigby more than Benson, ironically, despite Mordecai and Rigby's irresponsible behavior and Benson's more responsible behavior. Pops' father, Mr. Maellard, owns the park. Even so, Pops relies on Benson for the upkeep of the park. Benson also seems to be responsible for taking care of Pops, due to his childlike nature. Pops' character is taken from Quintel's short animation The Naive Man from Lolliland.
Mitch "Muscle Man" Sorenstein
Another groundskeeper at the park. Mitch Sorenstein (better known by his nickname "Muscle Man") is an obese, dwarfish, green-skinned man. His behavior seems quite erratic and immature. Muscle Man believes himself to be macho and superior to everyone, constantly disrespecting Mordecai and Rigby and referring to them as "ladies". He is always cracking "My mom!" jokes (botched attempts at "Your mom!" jokes), much to the chagrin of everyone else (except his best friend High Five Ghost, who enjoys them).
High Five Ghost
Voiced by J. G. Quintel
A ghost with a hand on his head. High Five Ghost is best friends with Muscle Man. He is frequently shown giving Muscle Man a high five to accompany his "My Mom!" jokes. High Five Ghost is at first shown to be mute most of the time.
So I hope you enjoy.
Well after all those amazing episodes i'm sure your just dying for more so here's a link so you can watch all of them.
EPISODE LINKS. Let Pascall know if these don't work so she can replace them!
Just Set Up the Chairs
Caffeinated Concert Tickets
Meat Your Maker
Grilled Cheese Deluxe
The Unicorns Have Got to Go
Mordecai and the Rigbys
Rage Against the TV
Benson Be Gone
But I Have a Receipt
This is My Jam
See You There
Do Me a Solid
Really Real Wrestling
Over the Top
The Night Owl
A Bunch of Baby Ducks
Bet to Be Blonde
Unfortunately any you tube video of Regular Show gets taken down instantly. So here's a place to down load them.