Updated at: 08-06-2023 - By: Craig Huey

According to IMDb, these are the 15 best episodes of Regular Show. There were many memorable episodes of Regular Show, but which ones are the most highly regarded by IMDb users?

It’s been more than ten years since Cartoon Network’s offbeat workplace animated comedy,Constantly Repeating Show. The plot centered on the antics of two slackers named Mordecai and Rigby and the rest of the park crew. It’s easy to see why the show was an instant hit with kids and adults alike; it’s full of pop-culture references, ’80s music, and inventive storylines.

Published on July 3, 2021 by Kristen Palamara as a revised version. Since its final episodes aired in 2017, Regular Show has become a cult classic on Cartoon Network. The show was brilliant, funny, and occasionally profound. With the show available on Hulu and HBO Max, fans can catch up on what they may have missed while also reliving the fun they had with Mordecai and Rigby’s antics for the first time. There is an average 8.4 rating for the entire series on IMDb, but the top-rated episodes are all ranked higher than that.

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During the month-long experiment depicted in “The Dome Experiment Special,” the park staff were isolated inside a bio-dome with no access to the outside world. Benson is dead set on demonstrating that the dome experiment’s dates were incorrect.

With Benson’s theory in mind, the group begins to question the motivations behind the bio-dome experiment, leading to a number of conspiratorial assumptions and events throughout the episode. In a similar vein to numerous other episodes ofAs Is Usually The CaseThe humor and abundance of pop culture allusions were well received by readers. Extra than usual, this episode seemed to reference everything from”The Simpsons Film”to Rambo.

14 The Real Thomas (9.4)

In this episode, Rigby begins to suspect Thomas’s true identity and begins to investigate Thomas’s background. Thomas initially interned at the park for academic credit, but Rigby learns a shocking secret about Thomas during his time there.

Thomas, in reality a Russian spy, was dispatched to the park in an effort to steal information that could be used to better parks in Russia. Thomas, however, decides to save his friends after discovering the plot is actually to detonate a bomb in the park. In the sixth season, this episode caused quite a stir, and viewers took notice. One of the most popular episodes was the outrageous and over-the-top true story about park intern Thomas being a Russian spy.

In “Skips’ Story,” we learned about Skips’s past and how he gained immortality. After hearing Mordecai and Rigby say that they think it would be great to be immortal, Skips decides he needs to tell them the truth about how being immortal has affected him.

The episode provides viewers with a tragic but fascinating backstory for one of the show’s most beloved main characters, Skips. It’s no surprise that this 30-minute special is so popular; it introduced a tragic love story out of nowhere and gave the audience a deeper look at a fan favorite character.

12 Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special (9.4)

First, Mordecai and Rigby are seen watching a commercial for PlayCo, a company whose low-quality toys they are playing with. After the dinosaur attacked Pops, Mordecai, Rigby, and the rest of the park crew teamed up with the Baby Ducks to scare it away.

At the same time, the proprietors of PlayCo show up and try to convince everyone, especially the Baby Ducks, Mordecai, and Rigby, to sign a contract so that they can make action figures based on their likenesses, but nobody wants to because of the low quality of PlayCo’s wares. It’s a very goofy episode, but in a good way, and there’s a lot of meta-humor about powerful businesses like PlayCo, which makes toys.

Mordecai, Rigby, and the rest of the park staff embark on a quest in this episode to locate a vintage VCR player in order to play a special VHS tape made entirely of ice.

Another popular episode delves into the past of a major character, this time Pops, with the help of the ice tape. You’ll learn some shocking information about Pops, including his true parentage and the species he belongs to. Anti-Pops’s introduction as Pops’s brother in the series’ eighth and final season raised many questions among viewers about the true identity of Pops, and this episode gave viewers many of the answers they needed, solidifying its status as a fan favorite.

10 No Train No Gain (9.4)

Best of all,A Normal Programis that it makes light of serious issues while also providing some hilarious parodies of film conventions. Pops is trained by the mysterious Earl (an obvious riff on Kill Bill’s Pai Mei) in season eight’s “No Train No Gain.

Earl, on the other hand, uses a unique method of training called montage, which dates back thousands of years. Quickly escalating to hysteria, Mordecai and Rigby come dangerously close to wreaking havoc on the park. This episode provided a welcome break from the somber second half of the series’ final season with its silly tone and abundance of references to popular action flicks.

Pops, it was revealed in the series’ final season, was the “Chosen One” destined to defeat his evil mirror image Anti-Pops and save the universe.

In this exciting episode, Pops continues to have difficulty adjusting to his new role and instead focuses on befriending Anti-Pops. The comically evil villain betrayed him, but Skips came to the rescue. Pops has been preparing to fight Anti-Pops for a while, so the showdown between the two is bound to be a fan favorite.

8 Exit 9B (9.5)

In “Exit 9B,” Mordecai and Rigby fought against a plan to turn a park into a freeway. Sadly, the rest of the cast was brainwashed, and the episode focuses on the duo’s efforts to restore their memories.

Garret Bobby Ferguson Jr. and the park crew’s other adversaries, including Summertime Magic and Stag-Man, eventually engage in a massive battle. In the end, Skips rallies the rest of his immortal pals to help him out, and they emerge victorious. It’s easy to see why this episode was so well received, what with all the references to earlier episodes and the unique perspective it provided on the park staff.

The park staff has been in training at the Space Tree Academy for months, and they are about to graduate. Before that can happen, though, they run into the mysterious and potent entity Rigby and Mordecai have dubbed Anti-Pops. The new antagonist is cold-blooded and seemingly willing to do anything to get his hands on Pops.

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The crew of the Space Tree Academy engage in a heroic battle to save Pops. The episode successfully established the second half of the season with a much darker tone than viewers were used to seeing.

6 Meet The Seer (9.5)

The events of “Kill ‘Em With Kindness” are immediately followed by the crew’s visit to The Seer on Planet Nielsen. Obviously inspired by the novel The Architect byThis is the Matrix., From the very beginning, Pops and the rest of the park crew have been under the Seer’s watchful eye. She tells them that the ultimate showdown between Pops and Anti-Pops will take place on Lolliland, their home planet.

The episode brilliantly breaks the fourth wall by considering the “show’s” quality and its inevitable conclusion, and it harkens back to the Format Wars from earlier seasons, which is a very positive thing.

The crew has met The Seer and is now en route to Lolliland for the decisive showdown. In any case, Pops is sad and concerned that he can’t save them and the Universe. As a result, everyone does what they can to make pops feel better.

Blue-ray shows up at the party they throw and offers to record everyone’s memories on a Blue-ray player, ensuring that their legacy will live on no matter what happens to the world. Once again, Rigby comes close to ruining everything, but in the end, the set is finished and hidden in the park. The episode, once again, does a wonderful job of piercing the fourth wall and adding an emotional message about how, despite the “show’s” ending, it will be remembered forever.

4 Rigby”s Graduation Day Special (9.6)

The fact that Rigby didn’t continue his education past high school contributed to the general consensus that he was the less intelligent of the two. Season seven ends with him graduating and being asked to deliver an inspirational commencement address, with the usual antics following.

At the end, he gives a moving speech that demonstrates Rigby’s development throughout the season and the purity of his friendship with Mordecai. It’s easy to see why this episode was a favorite among viewers; it’s both funny and sweet, and it sets the stage for the show’s space adventures.

In the second of a three-part finale, the final showdown between Pops and Anti-Pops begins. The episode may begin with just the two of them, but it quickly expands into a massive group battle involving the rest of the park crew and all of their allies, including the Guardians of Eternal Youth, the older Formats, and The Baby Ducks.

They are unable to stop Anti-Pops, though, and the battle continues. Rigby and Mordecai stop them from punching each other right before they do, and everything in the universe begins again.

2 A Regular Epic Final Battle: The Power (9.6)

Finally, the last episode begins exactly like the pilot.Normal Program starts. But Rigby suspects something is wrong, and he convinces Mordecai of this by revealing the Blue-ray disk player hidden in the park.

Pops and Anti-Pops restart their battle, and in a dark and emotional turn, Pops sacrifices himself by hurling both of them into the Sun. Things go back to normal in the cosmos, and followers get to observe the rest of the park crew as they go about their daily lives. Last episode was a great sendoff for one of the best shows on Cartoon Network.

The crew lands on Lolliland, planet of battle, in the opening sequence. In the agent tapestries, the group learns not only about the significance of the other park employees but also about the history of the many conflicts that have taken place between Pops and Anti-Pops.

Mordecai helps the crew set up numerous traps in order to defeat Anti-Pops, giving viewers one last taste of the outrageous antics for which the show was famous. While they are ultimately unsuccessful in stopping Anti-Pops, this episode sets the stage for a great season.Every Week on the Regular finale.