Regular Show (season 2)

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Regular Show (season 2)
Regular Show - The Complete First & Second Seasons Blu-ray box art.jpg
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Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 28
Release
Original network Cartoon Network
Original release November 29, 2010 (2010-11-29) – August 1, 2011 (2011-08-01)
Season chronology
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List of Regular Show episodes

The second season of American animated television series Regular Show originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States. The season was 28 episodes long, starting with "Ello Gov'nor", and ending with the season finale "Karaoke Video". The season was storyboarded and written by Sean Szeles, Shion Takeuchi, Benton Connor, Calvin Wong, Paul Scarlata, Kat Morris, J.G. Quintel, Mike Roth, John Infantino, Minty Lewis, Henry Yu, and Dennis Messmer, while being produced by Cartoon Network Studios.

Development[edit]

Production[edit]

The second season of Regular Show was produced over August 2010 – November 2010 with heavy use of double entendres and mild language Quintel stated that, although the network wanted to step up from the more child-oriented fare, there were some restrictions that came along with this switch.

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Written and storyboarded by Original air date [1] Prod.
code [2]
U.S. viewers
(millions)
13 1 "Ello Gov'nor" Sean Szeles and Shion Takeuchi November 29, 2010 (2010-11-29) 1004-014 2.07[3]
Rigby becomes fearful and paranoid after watching a scary movie about a stalking British taxi which haunts him. With little choice, he asks Mordecai and Pops for help to get over his fears.
Guest voices: Paul F. Tompkins as the Movie Shack Hut employee
14 2 "It's Time" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong January 3, 2011 (2011-01-03) 1004-015 N/A
Mordecai grows angrily jealous when Rigby impresses Margaret for a date. Desperate, he took all the clocks into the microwave and cook it. In the process of the fight, Rigby gets killed and Mordecai is introduced to Father Time, who takes him back to the beginning of episode to fix what he did wrong.
Guest voices: Alan Sklar as Father Time
15 3 "Appreciation Day" Kat Morris and Paul Scarlata January 10, 2011 (2011-01-10) 1004-013 1.72[4]
Mordecai and Rigby decide to write false statements in Benson's book of park records, but trouble ensues when the listed events actually came true, including a deadly snow monster.
16 4 "Peeps" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong January 17, 2011 (2011-01-17) 1004-019 N/A
Benson orders a security system that watches every move of Mordecai and Rigby in order to keep them from slacking off, but failed every time until he surprisingly orders a giant eyeball named Peeps and must find a way to convince him to leave. Mordecai use the staring contest to end this security issue.
Guest voices: Richard McGonagle as Peeps
17 5 "Dizzy" Sean Szeles and Shion Takeuchi January 24, 2011 (2011-01-24) 1004-018 2.10[5]
Pops must prepare a speech at The Park to unveil the new park statue, or else Benson will be fired. Mordecai and Rigby tried to help by making Pops dizzy but they have to go into Pops' head and restore his confidence.
Guest voices: David Ogden Stiers as Mr. Maellard
18 6 "My Mom" Kat Morris January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31) 1004-017 1.83[6]
Muscle Man and Hi-Five Ghost are ordered to supervise Mordecai and Rigby for the day. While Mordecai and Rigby eventually warm up to Muscle Man, Mordecai is frequently annoyed by his "my mom" jokes and they get in trouble for insulting them.
Song: "Nothin' but a Good Time" by Poison
Guest voices: Steven Blum as John and Tiny Lister as Bobby
19 7 "High Score" Sean Szeles February 7, 2011 (2011-02-07) 1004-024 N/A
Mordecai and Rigby try to earn respect by beating the world record on an arcade game until a giant floating head, GBF, gets involved too.
Song: "Hangin' Tough" by New Kids on the Block
20 8 "Rage Against the TV" J. G. Quintel, Mike Roth, and John Infantino February 14, 2011 (2011-02-14) 1004-020 1.85[7]
After their TV crashes, Mordecai and Rigby try looking for another TV in order to beat a difficult boss on a video game, but the boss soon becomes real by a combination of electronics, forcing the group to work together using the furniture.
Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as Jimmy
21 9 "Party Pete" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong February 21, 2011 (2011-02-21) 1004-025 1.72[8]
When Benson takes the night off, Mordecai and Rigby decide to throw a party with the help of a hard-partying celebrity, but Party Pete takes the idea too far.
Guest voices: Jeff Bennett as Party Pete and Nolan North as a centaur
22 10 "Brain Eraser" Kat Morris February 25, 2011 (2011-02-25) 1004-021 0.91[9]
When Mordecai accidentally sees Pops naked, Rigby and Skips try to help him to forget about it by going into his memory and erasing it through a Japanese anime movie.
Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as the Movie Shack Hut employee
23 11 "Benson Be Gone" John Infantino February 28, 2011 (2011-02-28) 1004-016 1.87[10]
A new park manager replaces Benson after he gets demoted to a groundskeeper with Mordecai and Rigby, but this new manager is revealed to be a demon. Worse it causes everyone to look like her, forcing Benson to try and save the day.
Guest voices: Steven Blum as Leon, April Stewart as Susan, and David Ogden Stiers as Mr. Maellard
24 12 "But I Have a Receipt" Kat Morris and Minty Lewis March 7, 2011 (2011-03-07) 1004-028 1.75[11]
Mordecai and Rigby try to get a refund on their role-playing game after realizing how bad it is, but the manager refuses to let this happen. This cause both sides to go to war to see who's right about this case.
Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as the game store manager
25 13 "This Is My Jam" Sean Szeles March 28, 2011 (2011-03-28) 1004-027 1.52[12]
Rigby struggles to get a repetitive song out of his head, which quickly turns into a problem for the whole group when it comes alive through a 90's live cassette tape which follows into the battle of the bands.
Song: "Summertime Loving, Loving in the Summer (Time)" by Sean Szeles
26 14 "Muscle Woman" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong April 4, 2011 (2011-04-04) 1004-029 1.42[13]
Muscle Man becomes depressed when his girlfriend, Starla, breaks up with him, which causes Mordecai and Rigby to do his work. Mordecai then hesitantly plans to date Starla and then break up with her in order for her to return to Muscle Man, but this causes Starla on a rampage. Starla's madness destroys the town, forcing Muscle Man to finally show his true feelings.
Guest voices: Courtenay Taylor as Starla
27 15 "Temp Check" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong April 11, 2011 (2011-04-11) 1004-031 1.69[14]
Rigby hires a temp to do his work at the park, but soon learns of his devious ways when he begins to steal Rigby's identity. When it reaches boiling point, the group are stuck dealing with two Rigbys.
Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as Doug
28 16 "Jinx" Sean Szeles and Henry Yu April 18, 2011 (2011-04-18) 1004-032 1.70[15]
Rigby falls victim to being jinxed by Mordecai and tries to remove it from himself but fails all the time. Until Muscle Man tells Rigby to do it in a mirror which unleashes a demon, raising the stakes and forcing Mordecai to unjinx Rigby.
Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as Ybgir
29 17 "See You There" J. G. Quintel April 25, 2011 (2011-04-25) 1004-022 1.74[16]
An uninvited Mordecai and Rigby try to get in Muscle Man's surprise birthday party for Hi-Five Ghost, but soon learns the truth about it after various attempts.
Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as Low-Five Ghost, Tiny Lister as Bobby, and Jackie Earle Haley as Hi-Five Ghost's father
30 18 "Do Me a Solid" Kat Morris and Minty Lewis May 2, 2011 (2011-05-02) 1004-030 2.04[17]
Mordecai asks Rigby to go on a date with Eileen so they can double date with Mordecai and Margaret. Rigby agrees in exchange for Mordecai owing him ten favors, to which he uses during the date, but it becomes deadly at the last favor.
31 19 "Grave Sights" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong May 9, 2011 (2011-05-09) 1004-035 1.93[18]
Mordecai and Rigby accidentally wake the dead during a movie night in the park's cemetery and must protect the audience who believes they are watching "Zombie Apocalypse" in 3D.
Guest voices: Roger Craig Smith as the Movie Shack Hut employee and Jeff Bennett as the zombies and the zombie hunter
32 20 "Really Real Wrestling" Sean Szeles May 16, 2011 (2011-05-16) 1004-034 2.16[19]
After accidentally injuring Pops, Mordecai and Rigby sneak out of the house to go to a wrestling event they were originally going to attend with him. To their surprise, they find out that he has snuck out as well and is mistaken for a wrestler at the event.
33 21 "Over the Top" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong May 23, 2011 (2011-05-23) 1004-036 1.96[20]
Skips cannot figure out how Rigby can beat him at arm wrestling and soon discovers the truth and accidentally kills him. He must beat Death in a arm wrestling match to revive him.
Songs: "Dies Irae" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Guest voices: Julian Holloway as Death
34 22 "The Night Owl" Kat Morris and Minty Lewis May 30, 2011 (2011-05-30) 1004-033 2.11[21]
Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man, and Hi-Five Ghost enter a competition to win a car, but the host of the contest plans to keep them in it forever and the four must try to escape before being iced into the future past year 4224.
35 23 "A Bunch of Baby Ducks" Kat Morris and Minty Lewis June 6, 2011 (2011-06-06) 1004-037 2.33[22]
Mordecai and Rigby find baby ducks at the park and becomes attached to them, while Benson persists for them to find the ducks a home, an evil man wants to capture them for his evil scheme.
36 24 "More Smarter" Calvin Wong and Benton Connor June 13, 2011 (2011-06-13) 1004-039 2.19[23]
Rigby purchases a drink online that increases a person's intelligence in order to prove to Mordecai that he is smarter than him, but they both became too smart for their own good.
37 25 "First Day" J. G. Quintel July 11, 2011 (2011-07-11) 1004-040 2.63[24]
On their first day working at the park, Mordecai and Rigby compete against each other over Pops' old chair by playing rock-paper-scissors, but it is revealed to be an evil game. This is the pilot episode redone for this season.
Song: "I'm Alright" by Kenny Loggins
Guest voices: Roger L. Jackson as the monster
38 26 "Go Viral" Benton Connor and Calvin Wong July 18, 2011 (2011-07-18) 1004-026 2.01[25]
Mordecai and Rigby compete against Muscle Man and Hi-Five Ghost to see who can make a viral video with the most views, but the duo eventually find a strange place ruled by an evil computer warden.
Song: "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" by Pat Benatar.
39 27 "Skunked" J. G. Quintel and Sean Szeles July 25, 2011 (2011-07-25) 1004-023 2.14[26]
Rigby starts transforming into a skunk after being sprayed by one and tries to return to normal before it is too late, but the Were-Skunk is determined to keep this from happening.
Guest voices: Paul F. Tompkins as the Were-Skunk
40 28 "Karaoke Video" Sean Szeles and Dennis Messner August 1, 2011 (2011-08-01) 1004-038 2.26[27]
Mordecai and Rigby must find and destroy a video of them insulting their friends while they were caught up in the excitement of singing karaoke, but proves to be very difficult when their group from the park gets involved as well.
Songs: "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister and "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins
Guest voices: Richard McGonagle as Carrey O'Key

Home video release[edit]

Regular Show: The Complete First & Second Seasons
Set details[28][29] Special features[28][29]
  • 40 episodes
  • 2-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio
  • Subtitles: English
  • English (Dolby Stereo)
  • Commentary track
  • Deleted scenes
  • "Naïve Man from Lolliland" student short
  • 8-bit test monster
  • Hot Topic interview
  • Pops character reading by Sam Marin
  • Original drawings of the main characters
  • Original Post-it used to pitch Regular Show
  • Unaired "Regular Show" pilot
  • Sam Marin singing Blitzkrieg Bop
  • J. G. Quintel storyboard pitch
  • "Regular Show" animatic
  • Pencil test drawings
  • Comic-Con 2010 teaser trailer
  • Music video
Release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4 Region A Region B
July 16, 2013 (2013-07-16)[28] TBA Season 1: October 2, 2013 (2013-10-02)[30]
Season 2: November 6, 2013 (2013-11-06)[31]
July 16, 2013 (2013-07-16)[29] November 6, 2013 (2013-11-06)[32]

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