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Cartoon Network: Regular Show Party Pack: Season 1



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Season Info

Cartoon Network's hit animated comedy series Regular Show is anything but regular and fans keep asking for more. Regular Show: Party Pack DVD features 16 episodes from 3 hilarious seasons. The Emmy nominated hit comedy (Outstanding Animated Program) is part of the popular Monday night line-up on Cartoon Network along with the hit show Adventure Time.

Genre: Comedy

Network: Cartoon Network




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Stick Hockey

Mordecai and Rigby are slacking off again, this time with a stick hockey table. Benson finds out and makes a deal with the two if they finish all their work, they can play stick hockey. However, Benson goes against his word and sells the stick hockey table to a thrift store, who sells it to a pawn shop. Mordecai and Rigby set out to retrieve the stick hockey table, and end up in a stick hockey tournament.

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My Mom

When Mordecai and Rigby fail at retrieving a lemon tree from the park nursery, Benson has Muscle Man and High Five Ghost supervise them. After spending the day with them, Mordecai and Rigby decide that they are very fun to be around, but Mordecai still cannot put up with Muscle Man's jokes, and tells him that he should reverse the "my" part of his joke. Mordecai proceeds to tell "Your Mom" jokes as a example, and Rigby soon joins in.

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Out of Commission

As Mordecai and Rigby are riding the cart, they realize that they are late for an employee conference. When they make it to the house, Benson announces that the park has extra money and was able to afford a new, sophisticated golf cart. Benson tells Mordecai and Rigby that they must take the old cart to the dump by the end of the day. Because Mordecai and Rigby have had that particular cart ever since they were hired, they were reluctant to follow Benson's orders, but Benson said he would fire them if they didn't. Mordecai and Rigby then take the cart to an airport to watch planes take off, and when they (purposely) spill soda on the cart, it comes to life. Mordecai and Rigby quickly make friends with the cart, and try to savor their final hours with each other by doing all sorts of things together, such as going to a bar. After a long day, the cart constantly tries to stall having to be brought to the dump. Finally, the cart is ready to be trashed, but in a unique kind of way. It wishes to be thrown off a cliff while carrying foreign fireworks. Mordecai lights the fireworks and pushes the cart off the cliff. After it lands in the water, Benson calls Mordecai and Rigby and tells them that he made a mistake when counting the park's funding and couldn't afford the new cart, thus making him tell them to bring the old cart back.

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High Score

Mordecai and Rigby are fed up with the disrespect they receive, from Benson giving them their payment in sandwich bags to two rude kids making fun of them and knocking them over with their skateboards, so Mordecai tries to beat the two rude kids' high scores at an arcade game ( Broken Bonez ) in Margaret's coffee shop, but loses badly. Afterwards, Mordecai and Rigby learn that they do better together and begin defeating a lot of people at it, including the two rude kids from before, and they start to respect the duo. But they soon pick up and break the world record. They must compete against the game's greatest player -- Garrett Bobby Ferguson (GBF), a giant bearded face who arrives from another world to defend his high score (#1 in the universe). Mordecai and Rigby gleefully cruise to a supposed victory, but hope is lost when GBF pretends to be a lonely father who has a daughter born out of wedlock and wasted his whole life playing Broken Bonez. The entire coffee shop gains GBF's sympathy, and they agree to let him keep his title. Afterwards he reveals that his story was made up, and the game was just a hobby. The two them miraculously win an extra game, and despite GBF's attempts to stop them, they achieve victory. After this, GBF explodes into a yellow liquid, and Benson comes to the coffee shop to give Mordecai and Rigby their payment in a check. However, after realizing that the two just slacked off the entire day, he takes back his decision and yells at them to work.

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Really Real Wrestling

Mordecai and Rigby are bummed out because they do not have tickets to a sold-out wrestling championship. They pretend to wrestle each other, but Pops, not understanding the situation, begins to wrestle Mordecai for real and was hurting him until he was stopped by Rigby. He reveals that he used to wrestle when he was younger, and proceeds to produce two extra tickets to the championship match. He invites Mordecai and Rigby to go, and they decide to celebrate by wrestling with Pops "for real".

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But I Have A Receipt

Mordecai and Rigby try to return a mediocre role-playing board game "The Realm of Darthon" to a grumpy store manager. But when the manager refuses to give a refund, the duo try to retaliate by pointing out the board game's imperfections to oncoming customers. After driving out his last customer, the enraged store manager traps Mordecai and Rigby in the game and it's up to them to escape and get their refund. Mordecai and Rigby gain medieval clothing and weapons, and soon call upon Pops, Benson and Skips to help them kill the minions.

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Skips Strikes

Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson, and Skips bowling team, the "Park Strikers", goes to the championship. In the finals, they play against a team called the " Magical Elements ", which consists of foes from past episodes; Death (from "Over the Top"), Gary, a Guardian of Eternal Youth (both from "Free Cake"), and a wizard (from "The Power"). However, Death tells Skips that if he plays in the tournament finals, then he will tell Skips' secret. When the four leave the arena,

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Sugar Rush

Mordecai and Rigby have to pick up the donuts for the morning meeting, but they are told that the donuts they're buying are "not fit for human consumption" because they're too sugary. Pops eats the donuts and gets a sugar rush, causing him to behave jittery.

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House Rules

Mordecai and Rigby are tired of Benson's new rules for the house, such as the one which does not allow them to play video games, so they try to find places to stay for the night but don't find anywhere, until they find a hobo who lives in a box filled with trash, which is the portal to a world where rules no longer exist.

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Gut Model

Muscle Man invites his coworkers to celebrate the five years he's been at the park by going to "Fry-It-Up" (a local restaurant), but they are unable to attend due to previous engagements. He decides to go alone and encounters two men who want to give him a job as a gut model. Muscle Man doesn't initially want the job, but because he feels unappreciated, the next day he tells everyone he will be quitting working at the park to do the job, which everyone congratulates him for.

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Fuzzy Dice

Benson and the park workers have a meeting to discuss what to get for Pops' birthday. When he walks in, Muscle Man spoils the surprise and tells him what they were talking about. Pops tells Benson that he dreams of getting the fuzzy dice from Fun Fun Zone.

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Big Winner

Sick of getting pranked by Muscle Man, Mordecai and Rigby decide to get even by giving him a fake lottery ticket for his birthday. Muscle Man scratches it and sees that he won one million dollars.

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After waking up from a pizza party, Mordecai realizes that he and Rigby are late for their meeting with Benson at the paddle boats. After the mess is cleaned up, Mordecai and Rigby see Benson talking to an ostrich named Jeremy and a possum named Chad.

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Free Cake

Mordecai and Rigby try to seize an opportunity to eat a piece of cake, and it comes when they learn that Skips' birthday is coming soon. However, Skips secludes himself in a forest every year on the night of his birthday, so Mordecai plans to give Skips a surprise party. However, they interrupt him while he is doing a spiritual dance ritual.

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Party Pete

When Benson takes the night off, Mordecai and Rigby decide to throw a party. It gets off on a rocky start, they seek the help of Party Pete, a playboy to get their party going. But after a suspicious call to the house, Benson drives to the park to investigate. Mordecai and Rigby try to end the party, but they soon learn the hard way that Party Pete is unstoppable when drinking "RadiCola".

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Karaoke Video

Mordecai and Rigby spend a night at Carrey O'Key's Karaoke bar and sing live, but since they are so motivated by the audience, they accidentally begin trash-talking about their co-workers.

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