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Anyone know where I could watch the show for free, sorry if this has been already asked. (I’m in America if that makes a difference)

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I’m not sure about you guys but watching our favourite characters get skinned, decapitated and all that, would give kids nightmares even I get chills lmao

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It was amazing and I’m so happy I decided to watch the show. I remember when it first came out and I loved it but I stopped watching after maybe the the 3rd or 4th season. I’m 18 now and this show is timeless and will be something that I’ll always be able to enjoy and one day I’d love to share with my kids. But honestly I’m pretty sad, I honestly feel like the crew became a part of my life, and I was wondering what books/comics do you guys recommend? Thank you!

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The humor was great and it was a nice standalone film between episodes of season 7, and since I havent finished the series yet, I'll be finishing it soon. So excited.

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Mine are:

  1. Space Race - The F-Zero-esc race scene is insane. Amazing music, animation, plot, nostalgia, dark moments, humor. It's the perfect episode imo. Most underrated episode in the entire series.
  2. Limousine Lunchtime - My first Regular Show episode. Got me hooked. MEEEEAAATTTBAAAALLLLL SUUuuuuUUUBB!!!
  3. Final 3 episodes - Included this as one, because it all is the same final battle arc
  4. Ello Gov'nor
  5. Laundry Woes - Relatable
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It would be awesome to work at the park, or even just be a random dude in the town they live in, witnessing tons of shenanigans and dishing out constant 80s references. Most settings in media, be they in video games or TV have alot of cons because they are screwed up, for example I wouldn't want to live in the Naruto universe because of constant wars, or in Quahog from Family Guy because everyone is a sociopath. But Reg Show is really comfy and wholesome, while exciting enough to not be boring.

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serious post. feel free to ignore. i just felt like i needed to express my gratitude. ive been struggling with a lot of really bad problems and of course depression and shit for a really long time now. i would be lying if i said suicide hasnt been hanging over me for most of my life (im okay right now, btw) and a few times recently things came really close to going all the way down.

but then, really recently, it was getting to be really dangerous, and like its funny in a way but its serious. i just sort of tried to look at myself from outside, and i just felt like Mordecai. and i wouldnt want mordecai to die and i didnt want to die. and like, idk. i feel different now. my life is all fucked up but it was just a moment where felt a connection to someone else's work and it gave me a live saving moment of clarity.

its been on my mind since, and that memory has been helping me reframe some of my perspectives on my problems.

it feels really silly to say, but yeah.

sometimes it really is the smallest thing that makes all the difference. please look out for your loved ones, cause the world is a scary place and we all need one another.

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Can we all just appreciate how awesome Benson's work and past used to be? He used to be a drummer, a stick hockey player, a researcher in the jungle.

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I remember when people were going crazy over the fact that an adult Regular Show will be on TBS. Is there any update on the production of the show? What happened to JG Quintel?

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My roommate and I have worked out that Mordecai and Rigby make roughly $3–4/hr based on minimum wage in the late 1990s, if working 40 hours per week they make around $480/month. Each. They’re netting $960 combined, and living assumedly rent-free. The average cost of a fast food meal in 1998 was $7, but surely we can’t assume they eat three fast food meals a day. That’d be $630 a month, each. If they ate the cheapest pizza we could find in 1998, that’d be only $360/month combined at $2 a pizza. Which makes some sense. Then there’s video games. An N64 game cost about $50, but we already know they aren’t buying video games every month, because they mention in multiple episodes that they can’t afford games, especially in Mordecai’s birthday episode when Rigby wanted to buy him a video game. If I remember correctly he complained about it being ~$60. BUT if they do buy a game every month, that still leaves $550 a month. Neither of them wear clothes, so that’s out of the question. No cell phones or ongoing payments. Mordecai went to college, so he may have student loans (is this mentioned?). So: why are they so broke?

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