In ancient Japan, a samurai warrior embarks on a mission to defeat the evil wizard Aku. Before completing his task, he is jettisoned thousands of years into the future. Suddenly, he ... See full summary »
Unlike most Cartoon Network shows, this show is known for its use of licensed music. Much of them are usually 1980s, music which was the kind of music, to which Series Creator J.G. Quintel grew up listening. See more »
The series airs in an edited form in many places, primarily in Australia and the UK. Some of the more "risky" gags and lines have been removed and occasionally replaced with new, more kid-friendly content. See more »
I kept forgetting about reviewing this show, after all I love it so much. Regular show aims at two anthropomorphic animals Mordecai the blue jay and Rigby the Raccoon who are groundskeepers. Mordecai is absolutely the best character he has heart and I look up to him as a role model even though he's a cartoon. This show has some balls too, the fact that they can keep profanity up to a PG rating on Cartoonetwork is just really mature and can tell this show is not for children. I find it amazing how they use little profanity on Regular Show, but they always edit the Total Drama series without the cast saying something like "crap" or "freaking" or any other kind of minor slang. This show just really has changed my life, I am absolutely in love with all the characters and I bought every episode that aired so far off of iTunes, and one day CN better make some Regular Show merchandise or I am going to insane. I dunno if I would ever let my little brother watch this show, after all I would feel bad he's missing out. Also sorry if this review is crappy, but it's 2 in the morning right now as I'm tying and I'm tired. Regular Show will always be one of the greatest shows I've ever seen. Cheers to JG Quintel.
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