List of Regular Show characters - Wikipedia
Regular Show is an American animated series created by J. G. Quintel. The series contains . Mordecai would often hang out with her, along with Rigby and Eileen . At the end of the episode, it is implied that Benson and Pam will date once the .. Interstation after the duo beat the high score for a spaceship simulator. Rigby is one of the two protagonists of regular show, along with his best friend mordecai. He is."(grumbles loudly) eileen and i are dating!" (quote from the. Rigby. Mordecai and Rigby later find him sitting on a swing in the playground, weeping when he violently lashes out his friends, especially when he almost hurts Eileen. . "Steak Me Amadeus", Mordecai plans the perfect date in order to ask Margaret to be his girlfriend, but .. Thankfully, it all turned out to be a virtual simulation.
He is also shown to be the weakest of The Park workers, although he has surprised them on a few occasions. Rigby's lack of strength was a major plot point in the episode "One Pull Up", in which Rigby had to pass a company physical and keep his job by performing one pull up.
He has a younger brother named "Don", whose height and physique lead people to believe that he, not Rigby, is the older brother. Eileen Roberts, a female mole who works at a local coffee shop, previously alongside Margaret Smith, has strong feelings for Rigby and makes this very obvious. He originally did not reciprocate her feelings and harshly ignored her at some points, but he quickly begins to warm up to her and implies that he likes her, as well.
In "Dumped at the Altar", Rigby reveals to Mordecai that he and Eileen have been dating for 3 months. Rigby is allergic to eggs, as evidenced in the episode "Eggscellent" when Rigby tried to eat a egg omelet to win a trucker hat and went into a coma due to a severe allergic reaction. Rigby has also died four times and was resurrected in the series.
He was killed by Skips in an arm wrestling match, he was killed by Snowballs the monster, he was killed by Mordecai who pushed him into the Space-Time Continuum, and fell into a fatal coma in "Eggscellent". They eventually get married and start a family, but it's unknown if Rigby is working or not as he is seen teaching his children how to play video games.
He is frequently infuriated with Mordecai and Rigby due to their constant slacking and mischief. He is very hot-tempered and prone to fits of rage, often turning red or pink if injured whenever he yells or is extremely angry, his catchphrases are "You're fired! At the end of some episodes, Benson tries to fire the duo sometimes along with their coworkers or only one of thembut they always manage to find a way to keep their jobs with some help from other characters.
Even so, they may instead have to face consequences whether it is their fault or not. Despite always being at odds with them, Benson is kind-natured at heart and is ultimately friends with the duo after calming down a bit in the episode "Benson Be Gone" and the three gain more insight and trust with each other as the series progresses.
In the episode "Think Positive", it is revealed that Benson's family members often yelled at each other when he was a child. His father instructed him that he would not get anything in his life if he did not speak up for it. If Benson ever contained his anger for too long, the anger inside him will cause havoc and destruction unless he expresses his anger by yelling often at Mordecai and Rigby.
It has been implied that Benson was unhappy during his youth and did not enjoy his family's anger. He is skilled at stick hockey and has a strong love for music, proving to be an extremely skilled drummer in the episode " Piece Kit".
Benson used to date Audrey, a human woman who lives across from him in his apartment complex. It is revealed that they broke up in "The Real Thomas", in which Benson starts to date an undercover Russian spy named Natalia, although she is later eaten by a whale. In the episode "Pam I Am ", Benson develops feelings for one of the dome scientists named Pam and they go on a 'date'. Langer witnesses the 'date' and makes a new rule that forbids the dome staff from dating anyone who works at the park.
At the end of the episode, it is implied that Benson and Pam will date once the dome is gone. During the beginning of the episode "Fries Night", Benson contacts Pam back on earth, to which she revealed that having a "long distance" relationship with Benson because he is now in space is too difficult for her.
She states that the reason for the break up is that she doesn't know when or if he will ever return to earth again. They both agree to become friends even though Benson later gets depressed from yet another break up with a woman he really cared for. They apparently adopt Apple Sauce as well as a variety of cats. His adoptive father, Mr. Maellard, is the owner of The Park. Pops tends to be very ecstatic about everything, often exclaiming "Good show! When something bad happens, he will instead say "Bad show.
He is an upright gentleman who is very kind and well-mannered to everyone. He is also very sensitive, often becoming upset or crying if his feelings are hurt. He has strong interests in poetry, wrestling, music, nature, animals, and games. Despite being an elderly man, he is very childish and is often oblivious to serious things around him. Because of this, the group is frequently looking after him, especially Benson.
Pops has also been shown to have immense strength on several occasions, despite his slim build. In the episode "Prank Callers", it is shown that Pops was once a more serious and mature man back in the s. However, when Mordecai and Rigby had been sent back to that time and accidentally hit him with a golf cart, he is shown to have turned into his zany self. Pops once owned a British doll named Percival, or Percy, who turned his back on him and tried to kill Pops in "Terror Tales of the Park".
Pops is also one with nature, but lost it until he tries to find the answer to get it back, as shown in "Catching the Wave". In Season 8, Pops is revealed to be the universe's Chosen One due to being born with telekinetic abilities and ever since he is one with nature back in some previous season's episode, as well as having an evil version of himself with the ability to erase a person from existence.
Pops' destiny is to kill Malum Kranus to prevent the destruction of the universe. Pops also realizes that the best way to defeat Malum Kranus is with kindness. Pops gives Malum Kranus a hug and the two fly into the sun, killing them both in the process, and the universe is saved.
In Heaven, Pops' is heard saying his catchphrase 'Jolly Good Show' as a video tape of the show, and the show itself, ends. He is the strongest and smartest of The Park workers and they almost always turn to him for help, as he usually knows how to solve the chaotic problems that arise, however, he isn't always right.
Whenever he is asked for help, he generally says, "I've seen this before", and then presents a solution. As his name suggests, he is always skipping rather than walking, except when he is angered, in which he runs instead. He is a diligent worker and is very skilled at his job; however, he suffers from a lack of knowledge of computers and other kinds of newer technology, which was seen in the episode "Skips vs.
Aside from this, he is very experienced and knowledgeable, as he is immortal and has been alive for hundreds of years. In the episode "Free Cake", it is revealed that he must perform a ceremonial dance every year on his birthday in order to renew his immortality. He explains the story of how he received his immortality in the episode "Skips' Story.
The Guardians of Eternal Youth provided Skips with his immortality, knowing that he was the only one capable of defeating Klorgbane with the Fists of Justice. Skips' birth name was Walks, but he changed it to Skips when he received his immortality because he and Mona would always skip when they were together. This is also the reason why he always skips instead of walking; he chose to do this in order to remember the times he and Mona shared for all his life.
Skips is also a skilled bassist, which is demonstrated in several episodes. In the epilogue to "A Regular Epic Final Battle", Skips remains working at The Park while having a new part-time job as a mechanic, satisfied with his life.
He is very erratic and immature, often pulling pranks and joking around. He enjoys telling "My mom! Although he can be rude due to his ego, he is ultimately shown to be polite and caring toward his friends. He and Fives were fired in the episodes "Don" and "Under the Hood" but were rehired at the end. At times, he can burst out on a rampage if he is greatly angered.
His father, Muscle Dad, enjoyed the same attitude for pranks and jokes, but died in the episode "Trucker Hall of Fame". His older brother, Muscle Bro real name Johnis also seen throughout the series. Muscle Man originally shared a rivalry with Mordecai and Rigby throughout the first two seasons, but the three started to get along and treat each other as friends from the third season onward.
His girlfriend, Starla, shares a similar appearance to him and the couple constantly disgust other people when they publicly kiss and show affection to each other.
His real name was revealed to be Mitch Sorenstein in the episode "Muscle Woman". In the episode "Power Tower", it is revealed that he gained the nickname "Muscle Man" from his early years of bodybuilding and actually being in excellent physical condition, but he found that life very boring and gave it up. He and Starla live out their days in their trailer park home and have numerous children. Quintel from season two onward is a ghost with a hand extending from the top of his head who works as a groundskeeper at The Park.
Hi-Five Ghost is best friends with Muscle Man and frequently gives him high fives to accompany his jokes, as he genuinely finds most of Muscle Man's jokes amusing.
Because of his name and appearance, he is frequently called by his nickname, "High Fives", and sometimes simply as "Fives". Hi-Five Ghost rarely speaks throughout the first three seasons of the series, but he is given more dialogue from season four onward. His father was introduced in the episode "See You There", as well as his older brother, Low-Five Ghost, who works as a police officer.
In the episode "The Postcard", Hi-Five Ghost reunited with a human girl named Celia whom he had befriended at a cafe after waiting four years to receive a postcard from her. They too, have a child. Ministry of Mental Managementa company that struggled to find out what made American parks up to date and wealthy. In order to fix Russia's outdated parks, the company sent out Nikolai on a covert operation to obtain the park and bring it back to Russia.
During his undercover mission, he changed his identity to "Thomas" and presented himself as an intern for credits in college in "Exit 9B" in which he made his debutworking as an unpaid intern who calls his "mom" on a regular basis and is often reproved by his coworkers, most notably by Muscle Man.
He is usually reluctant to be involved in the surreal and chaotic adventures that arise in The Park, often asking if he has to be part of the situation, to which they insist that he must.
There are times when Nikolai becomes personally invested in maintaining his cover, such as using a robot to pose as his "mom" in "The Thanksgiving Special", and wearing spy attire disguised as a Halloween costume a slice of pizza, which he had to wear until Thanksgiving Day upon losing a bet in "Terror Tales of the Park III".
When the other Russian spies that were deployed with him carry out the final phase of the plan to bring The Park to Russia in "The Real Thomas", he finally reveals his true identity to the park crew and explains why he is really there. He makes several cameos after this, usually in some sort of disguise. Eventually, he returns in "Guys Night 2", revealing himself to be tired of his old life as a spy and wanting to move on to a new life.
He feels his only option is to go into hiding forever, but first he enjoys one final hang with the park crew. He made non-speaking cameos in later episodes. Margaret[ edit ] Margaret Smith voiced by Janie Haddad-Tompkins is a female red robin who was a waitress at a local coffee shop. She was good friends with her co-worker, Eileen. Mordecai had a huge crush on Margaret and frequently found excuses to go to the coffee shop to see her.
She has a cousin named John who has an artificial wooden leg. The rest of her family are all birds like her and Mordecai, except for her father Frank, a strong and stern human. Margaret returns Mordecai's feelings for her and the two begin to finally date in the fourth season. They broke up in the season finale when Margaret leaves for college. In the episode "Eileen Flat Screen", Margaret returns now as a news reporter, which no one notices.
After several awkward encounters thanks to Mordecaithey finally manage to have a normal conversation with both acknowledging that they had some good times.
This leads to a montage of memories, ending with a memory of a kiss on a roller coaster. Unfortunately, when the scene flashes to the present, they accidentally kiss on the lips and are shocked when they notice CJ watching them. CJ runs out of the house and leaves while Mordecai runs upstairs to find his phone; he notices that all of Margaret's stuff is there and Eileen tells him she is staying as an intern.
Mordecai is frantic when he hears the news and didn't know what to say about Margaret staying with Eileen from now on. In "th Chopper Flight Party", Mordecai is still awkward with her presence and afraid to screw up, even to the point of letting Rigby constantly mess up the Party as a diversion just to keep her away from him.
When he finally is declared as the lucky guest to ride Chopper 6 for its th flight, he finds it hard to say no and joins. Margaret tries to talk to him, but Mordecai awkwardly resists until she scolds him for his attitude in desire for their friendship.
Mordecai then lifts the tension with a joke and they finally start to have a fun chat. This however angers CJ, who misinterprets it as them rekindling their love, and she causes havoc with her storm cloud ability. Mordecai tries to save Margaret, but she calms CJ when she reveals that she is in a relationship with news anchor, Del Hanlon, which stuns Mordecai and surprises her parents.
In "Not Great Double Date", Mordecai seemed upset that Margaret had a boyfriend, but still said that she seemed happy with Del and that he liked him. When she confessed that Del was not her boyfriend and that she was tired of feeling like a tourist around her friends because of the tension with CJ, he felt sad about it and was pretty interested to know that she still had feelings for him. In "Just Friends", Rigby and Eileen go to the presentation of martial arts Don, leading to Mordecai and Margaret spending a night that has romantic moments.
A chef named Daisuke shows them their future using magical sauce. It is revealed that if, and when, Mordecai and Margaret get together, they will get married, have children, buy their own houseboat, and die peacefully after 50 happy years. Mordecai and Margaret agree that their future looks like it will be really great, but that they are still young and should take it easy on relationships.
At the end of the episode, the two agree to remain just friends, with future Margaret looking down on them and inquiring how long they can be just friends, and future Mordecai stating that "only time will tell. She does not end up with Mordecai and is not seen with the group 25 years later, though she becomes a muse for Mordecai's art.
It is revealed in "The Real Thomas" that they broke up. In the episode "Muscle Woman", she developed a crush on Mordecai and had previously dated two other people as indicated by a tattoo on her lower back. When Mordecai broke up with her, she became extremely angry, destroying everything in her path, including a helicopter. She got back together with Muscle Man after he expressed his feelings towards her at the end of the episode.
In the episode "Dumped at the Altar", she marries Muscle Man. In the epilogue to "A Regular Epic Final Battle", Starla is revealed to have had a daughter with him, during the crew's three-year absence.
She and Muscle Man live happily in their home and had more children over the years. Starla is one of the only characters who refers to Muscle Man by his real name, Mitch. Maellard[ edit ] Mr. He first appeared in the episode "Dizzy". Maellard is very impatient towards Benson similar to Benson's impatience towards Mordecai and Rigby and Maellard blames Mordecai and Rigby's shenanigans on Benson as he expects Benson to take responsibility for Mordecai and Rigby as park manager. He purposely mistakes Benson's name a lot in some of the episodes in which he appears using "Ballbucket", "Beanbag", etc.
Maellard finally got Benson's name right and started to respect him more as well in the episode "Benson Be Gone" due to Benson's coming to his rescue when he was captured by Susan a woman whom Mr. Maellard had hired as the park manager after demoting Benson and is later revealed to be a demon and also gave Benson his old job back. As the series progresses, he turns into quite an eccentric character. He sends the gang to space in the final season and in the episode "The Ice Tape", Pops and the gang find out that Maellard is not his real father but Maellard found him as baby and adopted him during an expedition and kept him safe until the time was right for Pops to fulfill his destiny but Maellard tells Pops that no matter what he always thought of him as his real son.
In the series finale, when the park gang returns from space after a three-year absence, Mordecai notices Maellard staring up at the sky, shedding a tear for his son.
At the 25th reunion of the Park, the gang erect a statue of him next to statue of Pops, indicating that he had since died. She had been Mordecai's girlfriend with reoccurring anger problems.
She first appeared in the episode "Yes Dude Yes", in which Mordecai started dating her after thinking Margaret was engaged. After learning that Margaret was not getting married, he almost immediately forgets about CJ, leading to an ugly break up at the coffee shop in which she revealed that she can transform into a deadly storm when really angry and assumed this form in three episodes.
The following episode, "Dodge This", continues this story days after the kiss with CJ and Mordecai competing against each other in a dodgeball tournament. This leads to awkwardness between the two in the final round of the dodgeball tournament and they are forced to address their issues before the Intergalactic Dodgeball Council. They later agreed just to be friends.
In the Season 5 finale "Real Date", Mordecai saves her life when the founder of Couple Corral McIntyre tries to get them to break up and they officially become a couple.
In "Merry Christmas Mordecai", she sees Mordecai and Margaret accidentally kiss, and drives off very upset. In "Sad Sax", Mordecai tries to reconcile with her after receiving advice from "Sad Sax Guy", and they finally get back together.
Epic Reaction to Eileen and Rigby Dating
In the episode "th Chopper Flight Party", she screws up and ruins their relationship, and she and Mordecai break up in "Dumped at the Altar". She has a crush on Rigby, but he initially found her annoying.
She first appeared in the episode "Brain Eraser. Rigby thought very highly of her and praised her actions throughout the episode. In the episode "Diary", Rigby admits that he finds Eileen to be attractive when she is not wearing her glasses, but it also reveals that she also can't see without them. In the episode "One Pull Up", Eileen helps Rigby train for his company physical and he shows his gratitude by hugging her and crushing her due to his enlarged physique.
In the episode "Eileen Flat Screen", it is revealed that Eileen and Rigby have been spending more time together. So he's suffering this knowledge alone. In "Think Positive", Benson is forced by Pops, of all people to hold all of his anger in.
He buys an anger management tape, which triggers a flashback of his family. Apparently his family yelled a lot, and that's where his Hair-Trigger Temper stems from. It's sort of Played for Laughsbut children who can relate to such unhealthy family dynamics may find this part saddening. At the end, after struggling desperately not to yell the entire episode, he floats in the air dramatically, with metal and trees rushing towards him and his fiery force field thing, as if he were a vacuum until he finally does let ALL of his anger out at Mordecai and Rigby, and says nothing positive about them.
And the rant itself is hard to listen to. Fortunately, the two of them seem to have made a compromise by the episode's conclusion. Rigby being put in a near death coma and Mordecai trying to win the hat he wanted in the omelet eating contest. The biggest sucker punch is Mordecai punching Benson after he says "Maybe if you had been working, like you supposed to, none of this would've happened. Most of the episode was almost like a more dark take on the duo's regular activities, especially if you were spoiled early by the official description of "Over the Top".
From "Video Game Wizards": After Mordecai and Rigby's typical shenanigans with the golf cart put Benson through a LOT of crap getting yelled at by his boss and being forced to drive across the country to transport the cart to the dealership in a day before the warranty expiresBenson finally yells at the two about the consequences of their actions after they waste a lot of time in a roadside arcade overnight instead of waking him up so he can continue driving to the dealership.
It's just another typical Benson rant Don't you two understand? Muscle Man's dad died. At the funeral, he has a breakdown. Even High-Five Ghost is in tears. Just thinking about it puts Muscle Man in tears. When he was driving to spread his father's hat ashes, he reminisces about Dad's fun pranks. Mordecai and Rigby see Muscle Man's rivals and they repeatedly tease him and remember at the end they wanted to kill the gang just because they hate Muscle Dad.
He's in a field and smashes a photo of Dad and has another emotional breakdown, and then finds a letter from his dad. Don't you wanna give Muscle Man a hug? The ghost of Muscle Dad returns, though. And he was a forklift driver, not a trucker. The beginning of the episode is just heartwrenching.
Muscle Man is listening for a signal from his dad. He only hears static, and he laughs, assuming that his dad is pranking him. Then Muscle Man's brother walks in, looking forlorn, holding his father's hat That look Muscle Man has on his face. Muscle man is trying to stay composed, and is telling some nice stories about his dad.
He suggests turning on some music to lighten the mood. When he tries to do so, the volume dial snaps off He's freaking out so badly that Mordecai has to calm him down and assure him that the dial snapping off isn't a big deal. It starts off fine Mordecai and Rigby poured energy soda on the cart that drips into the engine—causing the cart to become alive. Seeing as they would cry if they had to decompose it, they take him out, for one last spin.
At the end, the cart announces he wants to commit suicide by drowning in an ocean, as well as exploding. Driven to Suicide taken a literal yet different spin. To up the antethis wasn't the only show that had a similar episode that aired on the same night that involved suicide During the events of "Diary", we learn why Skips always skips: After she passed awayhe vowed to always skip from then on, so that he would never forget her. This episode also proves that Mordecai does, in fact, still have memory of Rigby dying in "It's Time.
With all of his sadness, grief and guilt, he quits his job and refuses to prank. Pops ran into the room, happily chasing a balloon. The balloon tapped the bed, which was taped to the ceiling Pops cries loud enough for all the park staff to come to his aid, and when Skips lifts up the bed they find Pops crushed and severely injured, and still crying loudly. Muscle Man just stood on the ladder with a look of horror on his face. Then Pops is taken away in an ambulance, moaning in pain. The episode gets worse when you add in the Fridge Horror ; Muscle Man already lost his father this season by a tragic pranking accident.
He almost lost Pops, another term for dad, by a prank set up by him. No wonder he was so quick to quit. He gets put through crap just to earn respect and work for free even but it is lightened how laid back he is and he is determined to get his work done. Mordecai and Rigby believing that they were responsible for Thomas' "death" in "Starter Pack.
His uncle dies in the story, and he is haunted by his ghost. Mordecai's terror is just pitiful to watch. Pops in "Guy's Night. Even Mordecai and Rigby tell Pops that he's being crazy and that the lengths he went to beat the challenge were admirable enough. Which only makes it all the more sweet when he finally beats the challenge, is congratulated by everyone else, and the episode ends with him putting a picture in his scrapbook and giggling jovially.
The two weep as he is frozen, and even Benson cries after seeing Gregg gave up a new life for love.
The final scene with Mordecai and Rigby on the roof hits you hard. You know it's sad when the bad guys actually stop shooting in order to let Margaret leave, though this is more because one of the agents called for a cease-fire because they didn't want to hurt Margaret and the criminals complied. A lesser moment occurs in the interrogation room, when Pops becomes so freaked-out with the guilt of having supplied the fake coupons, that he bursts into tears and starts bawling so much that Benson has to calm him down before he can bring himself to actually speak.
Season 5 Eileen's sadness with seeing the president of Tants burning the fake Tants that she worked hard on with Mordecai and Rigby. The scene where Mordecai and Rigby tell Pops that they don't have the Tants, and Pops responds by emitting a slow, long, high-pitched wail and welling up with crying actual tears. Mordecai and Rigby lie and say that they took the Tants to the dry-cleaners, which causes Pops to stop crying.
The little scene is as grating as it was genuinely sad. The Thanksgiving episode has a few, chief among them are Mordecai and Rigby's song at the Turducken Contest due to Their families not being able to come for Thanksgiving, later revealed to be Thomas thinking their planes were delayed. Pretty much every moment Benson gets upset in "Guitar of Rock" because he broke the guitar. This job means so much to him and the thought of losing it destroys his world.
For context, Skips tells Mordecai and Rigby how he obtained immortality.Rigby Suprises Eileen
Walks was expelled from three other schools before transfering to another because he kept fighting. It results in him meeting the Immortal Student Council and Glee Club and befriending them, especially after standing up to Klorgbane.
During lunch, he meets and falls for Mona. When she hears about his plans to fight Klorgbane, she almost leaves him because she didn't really want to associate with violent people until Walks backs out of the fight.
She asked if Walks wanted to work on prom decorations, to which he agrees. Klorgbane can only fight at the same time as prom, so when he doesn't find Walks, he breaks into prom and attacks. He also causes damage to the room, resulting in a piece of the ceiling to fall on Mona and kill her. Walks then dons the Fists of Justice and beats the tar out of Klorgbane. Klorgbane will return every years to battle, so Walks is then offered immortality by the Guardians of Youth, and renames himself "Skips".
Good thing Clarence came after this episode's initial airdate- that ought to cheer anyone up after seeing this episode. Makes you wonder how Skips had to break the news of Mona's death to her parents. At the end, after Skips finishes his story, Mordecai and Rigby are teary-eyed, and as they go get more shingles, they comment on how they wouldn't want to be immortal.
You can tell what an impact the story had on them; Mordecai almost never cries at anything.
Even the promos were a dead giveaway that this was going to be a sad episode. The Guardians warning Skips that immortality comes at a price and his response that he's already paid it with the death of Mona really cuts deep. It's almost like he was saying he had nothing else to live for and living forever to do battle with Klorgbane on behalf of the Guardians is his penance for being unable to save Mona. Pops getting bullied by the arrogant surfer guys at the beach in "Catching the Wave," after he'd attempted to befriend them no less.
The way he tries to laugh off their jibes while obviously looking humiliated is just plain sad. Then when they start laughing at him, he can't take it anymore and just leaves in his flying car. Not only did I fail to become one with nature, I made surfer enemies! Mordecai's Disney Death in "Real Date".
CJ's realistic-sounding crying just seals it. Please- just let me say my peace! Fine, you've got one minute. But then we're throwing you in that hole.
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Look at what we've become! Tearing at each other like animals- and not the gentle kind! But ever since that fog appeared, we've been feeding each other to this hole!
Look me in the eye and remember the times before the raffle! At the beginning of the episode, the gang suggest scary things they could do to pass the time. Pops suggests, "We could go to bed early and be alone with our thoughts. It starts with Muscle Man wanting his coworkers to help him complete his bucket list, since he'll be "leaving this world tonight" at 7: But it's not the "bucket list" part that's the Tear Jerker. Then to make matters worse, Starla comes and sees Muscle Man "dead". Who could blame her for that emotional breakdown?
Rigby was actually unable to watch Muscle Man eat his wings, having to have Benson physically force him to look. Fives throughout that episode was just tragic to watch, considering he's Muscle Man's best friend. Him receiving the news from the doctor and blaming himself for Muscle Man's declining health is absolutely tragic.
Benson mention how he and Audrey broke up off screen. No one at all remembers how sad he was or how they cheered him up which considering they all teamed up when Mordecai got dumped and they cheered him up, this can sting pretty hard.
Thomas Nikolai leaving the park at the sunset. You'll always be Thomas to us. Then Muscle Man grabs it right out of his hands, and Pops looks like he's going to cry.