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The Best Episodes of Regular Show

Every episode of Regular Show ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Regular Show!

Two bored groundskeepers, Mordecai (a six-foot-tall blue jay) and Rigby (a hyperactive raccoon) are best friends who spend their days trying to entertain themselves by any means necessary, much to the displeasure of their boss. Their everyday pursuits often lead to things spiraling out of control and into the surreal.

Genres:AnimationComedy

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The best episode of "Regular Show" is "A Regular Epic Final Battle (1)", rated 10/10 from 3 user votes. It was directed by Calvin Wong and written by Madeline Queripel, Alex Cline. "A Regular Epic Final Battle (1)" aired on 1/16/2017 and is rated 0.0 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "A Regular Epic Final Battle (2)".

  • A Regular Epic Final Battle (1)
    10.0/10 3 votes

    #1 - A Regular Epic Final Battle (1)

    Season 8 Episode 29 - Aired 2017-01-16

    The crew arrive at Lolliland early, so they set up traps for Anti-Pops. Things seem to go off smoothly, but Anti-Pops is unfazed by their futile attempts.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Madeline Queripel, Alex Cline

  • A Regular Epic Final Battle (2)
    10.0/10 1 votes

    #2 - A Regular Epic Final Battle (2)

    Season 8 Episode 30 - Aired 2017-01-16

    Allies from both sides rally together for the epic fight. However, Pops and Anti-Pops are once again at a stalemate. Mordecai and Rigby are forced to jump between the two factions.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Madeline Queripel, Minty Lewis, Andres Salaff, Benton Connor, Owen Dennis, Ryan Pequin, Sam Spina

  • The Power
    10.0/10 1 votes

    #3 - The Power

    Season 8 Episode 31 - Aired 2017-01-16

    Mordecai and Rigby relive the first episode, but soon realize that they need to help Pops. Pops realizes that he must reach out to Anti-Pops and finally saves the universe at the cost of his life. The entire park crew return home to their friends and family where they are seen growing up and moving on to better lives. 25 years later, the entire crew return and Mordecai and Rigby reflect on Pops' sacrifice. Regular Show ends with Pops watching the series on VHS and uttering one final "Jolly Good Show".

    Director: N/A

    Writer: J.G. Quintel

  • Meet the Seer
    9.8/10 6,470 votes

    #4 - Meet the Seer

    Season 8 Episode 27 - Aired 2017-01-14

    The crew arrive on Planet Nielsen where they are reunited with the Guardians of Obsolete Formats and meet the Seer who has been watching them since the very beginning.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Benton Connor, Sam Spina

  • Exit 9B (1)
    9.7/10 4,071 votes

    #5 - Exit 9B (1)

    Season 4 Episode 1 - Aired 2012-10-01

    Mordecai and Rigby must save the park after the rest of the gang are brainwashed.

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: Madeline Queripel, Toby Jones, Andres Salaff, Calvin Wong

  • Eggscellent
    9.6/10 3,804 votes

    #6 - Eggscellent

    Season 3 Episode 17 - Aired 2012-02-27

    Mordecai tries to eat a large omelette in order to win a hat for Rigby.

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: J.G. Quintel

  • Saving Time
    9.6/10 3,636 votes

    #7 - Saving Time

    Season 5 Episode 22 - Aired 2014-03-10

    Mordecai and Rigby play a prank on Daylight Saving Time by setting all of the clocks in the park at the wrong time, which leads to disastrous results.

    Director: John Infantino, Sean Szeles

    Writer: Andres Salaff, Ryan Pequin

  • Christmas in Space (2)
    9.6/10 3,341 votes

    #8 - Christmas in Space (2)

    Season 8 Episode 25 - Aired 2016-12-01

    The guys celebrate their first Christmas in space by opening presents, eating peppermint bark and telling Christmas stories. Benson wants the stories to be more Christmasy but the guys keep adding scary elements, which infuriate their boss. (2/2)

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Minty Lewis, Benton Connor, Ryan Pequin, Sam Spina

  • Eileen Flat Screen
    9.5/10 3,350 votes

    #9 - Eileen Flat Screen

    Season 6 Episode 8 - Aired 2014-11-13

    Rigby plans to surprise Eileen by setting up her new flat screen TV for her, but things take a turn when Eileen's roommate interferes.

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: Sarah Oleksyk, Minty Lewis

  • Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special (1)
    9.5/10 3,331 votes

    #10 - Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special (1)

    Season 6 Episode 26 - Aired 2015-04-09

    In an homage to all things mecha anime, Mordecai and Rigby have to get rid of a cassowary in the park, which turns into an epic battle over merchandising rights when the baby ducks and full-grown geese return to enlist the help of the park workers to defeat a pair of lawyers and their iron-clad contracts. (1/2)

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: Toby Jones, Owen Dennis

  • Rigby's Graduation Day Special
    9.5/10 3,424 votes

    #11 - Rigby's Graduation Day Special

    Season 7 Episode 36 - Aired 2016-06-30

    Rigby must write a speech for his high school graduation that will be broadcast on national TV. Meanwhile, Mordecai sinks into a depression over how Rigby is now more successful than he is, and the park workers finally find out the true intentions of the dome experiment.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Minty Lewis, Toby Jones, Owen Dennis, Ryan Pequin

  • The Key to the Universe
    9.5/10 3,284 votes

    #12 - The Key to the Universe

    Season 8 Episode 22 - Aired 2016-11-10

    Earl, an ancient sensei, begins training Pops for his fight with Anti-Pops, but Pops is not sure if he can or should go along with it.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Casey Crowe, Gideon Chase

  • Kill 'Em with Kindness
    9.5/10 3,350 votes

    #13 - Kill 'Em with Kindness

    Season 8 Episode 26 - Aired 2017-01-14

    Despite all of his training, Pops still does not want to fight, so he sets up a meeting with Anti-Pops to settle things peacefully.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Minty Lewis, Ryan Pequin

  • Rage Against the TV
    9.4/10 3,696 votes

    #14 - Rage Against the TV

    Season 2 Episode 8 - Aired 2011-02-13

    Mordecai and Rigby need to find a new TV in order to defeat the hardest video game ever.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: Mike Roth, J.G. Quintel, John Infantino

  • Guy's Night
    9.4/10 3,474 votes

    #15 - Guy's Night

    Season 4 Episode 9 - Aired 2012-11-19

    Pops wants to beat the milk challenge to prove he’s one of the guys.

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: Sean Szeles, Kat Morris

  • Quips
    9.4/10 3,347 votes

    #16 - Quips

    Season 4 Episode 19 - Aired 2013-02-18

    Skips intervenes to stop his cousin's bad jokes.

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: Sarah Oleksyk, Hellen Jo

  • The Real Thomas: An Intern Special (1)
    9.4/10 3,266 votes

    #17 - The Real Thomas: An Intern Special (1)

    Season 6 Episode 9 - Aired 2014-11-20

    Rigby suspects that Thomas is a Russian Spy, and when he finds out that it's true, it's up to him, Mordecai, and Benson to save the park from the KGB. (1/2)

    Director: John Infantino, J.G. Quintel

    Writer: Calvin Wong, Ryan Pequin

  • Space Escape
    9.4/10 3,165 votes

    #18 - Space Escape

    Season 8 Episode 15 - Aired 2016-10-12

    A mysterious new enemy, Anti-Pops, is after Pops forcing everyone on the Space Tree Station to evacuate.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Benton Connor, Sam Spina

  • Grave Sights
    9.3/10 3,547 votes

    #19 - Grave Sights

    Season 2 Episode 19 - Aired 2011-05-08

    Mordecai and Rigby organize a scary movie fund-raiser for the park. They end up raising more than just funds.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: Benton Connor, Calvin Wong

  • A Bunch of Baby Ducks
    9.3/10 3,697 votes

    #20 - A Bunch of Baby Ducks

    Season 2 Episode 23 - Aired 2011-06-05

    Mordecai and Rigby try to clean the fountain when Benson told them to but they find a bunch of baby ducks. So Benson and the two say to give it away. But when they imprint on Rigby, they start to do learn from Rigby on fighting and playing. Mordecai and Rigby think they should keep them after it learns from Rigby. But the duck collector tries to get away with the ducks.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: Kat Morris, Minty Lewis

  • Weekend at Benson's
    9.3/10 3,521 votes

    #21 - Weekend at Benson's

    Season 3 Episode 12 - Aired 2012-01-16

    Mordecai and Rigby help Benson try to impress Audrey, but Chuck gets in the way of that.

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: Hilary Florido, Benton Connor

  • Last Meal
    9.3/10 3,355 votes

    #22 - Last Meal

    Season 4 Episode 37 - Aired 2013-07-22

    Muscle Man wants to binge on his favorite foods before going on a diet.

    Director: John Infantino, Sean Szeles

    Writer: Sarah Oleksyk, Owen Dennis

  • Gary's Synthesizer
    9.3/10 3,225 votes

    #23 - Gary's Synthesizer

    Season 7 Episode 23 - Aired 2016-04-02

    When Mordecai and Rigby mess around with the cables in an old synthesizer, Gary disappears, and the guys then have to find a way to bring him back.

    Director: Calvin Wong

    Writer: Owen Dennis, Casey Crowe

  • Mordecai and the Rigbys
    9.2/10 3,930 votes

    #24 - Mordecai and the Rigbys

    Season 1 Episode 12 - Aired 2010-11-22

    After ordering a bunch of shirts for a fake band, Mordecai and Rigby find themselves having to learn to play for real to avoid looking like idiots at the local open mic night.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: Shion Takeuchi, Sean Szeles, Matt Price

  • Terror Tales of the Park
    9.2/10 3,473 votes

    #25 - Terror Tales of the Park

    Season 3 Episode 4 - Aired 2011-10-10

    A three-part Halloween special in which terrifying tales are told. In "Creepy Doll", the guys discover an old doll that wants revenge on Pops. In "Death Metal Crash Pit", a pit is haunted by a 1980s death-metal band. In the last segment, "In the House", Mordecai dresses up as a father with five "kids", to receive more Halloween candy, while Rigby goes as a robber and scares away people.

    Director: John Infantino

    Writer: Sean Szeles, Kat Morris, Andres Salaff, J.G. Quintel