When Mordecai turns down Rigby's invite to see a horror movie premiere to go to a chick-flick with Margaret, Rigby gets revenge on him by taking advantage of his shyness to ask Margaret on a date before he can.
When Muscleman gets dumped by his girlfriend Starla, he becomes too depressed to do anything, and his work is given to Mordecai and Rigby. They try to get the two back together when the work becomes too much.
When Mordecai forces Rigby to go on a double-date with Eileen, Margaret and himself, Rigby accepts, but only if Mordecai owes him ten “solids”, or “instant-favors”, and plans to use them to sabotage Mordecai's date.
When the park's bowling team, “The Park Strikers” make it to the championship match in a bowling tournament, Death, the lead member of the rival championship team threatens to reveal Skips' secret if he does not back out.
Mordecai and Rigby do Skips work for his birthday, but Skips hurts his hand. He was supposed to fight someone, but with his hands injured, Mordecai and Rigby must fight the person themselves with the Fists of Justice.
When Muscle Man's father passes, Mordecai and Rigby accompany him on a road trip to spread his father's trucker hat ashes at the Trucker Hall of Fame. However, Muscle Man soon discovers a startling secret about his father.
Muscle Man vows to never prank again after accidentally injuring Pops with one of his pranks that was directed towards Mordecai. Because of Muscle Man's retirement, the rival park revives a prank war against the group.
Mordecai and Rigby decide to create songs and sing them to people in the park so they can raise money to buy a special video game, but they run into a silver street performer who is stealing their songs and dancing to them.
Pops gives Mordecai and Rigby tants – pants that double as tables – which Mordecai and Rigby pretend to like. However, the duo accidentally ruin the tants and try to fix them in order to not hurt Pops' feelings.
Mordecai and Rigby must replace the turkey they accidentally destroyed before their families arrive, so they compete in a Thanksgiving song contest where the winner is given a full Thanksgiving feast — and a Donald Trump-esque billionaire wants the prize for himself so he can brand it.
After Rigby finds out something unusual about Thomas in the night, he decides to explain his friends about the incident. Meanwhile things starts to turn dangerous when they find out the mysterious truth of Thomas.
After preparing for Eileen's Christmas party, Mordecai finds out that his ex-girlfriend Margaret will be there which leaves him extremely nervous since he doesn't want things to go complicated when he's together with C.J..
When Mordecai, Rigby and their friends decides to rent a movie on laserdisc, a new prophesy tells them that an all new Format War is heading so they need to be prepared to end the Fomat Wars once and for all.
Benson treats his workers to lunch at a prestigious sandwich shop, and Mordecai and Rigby find themselves in over their head when they order the number 46 (a very long party sub) and are forced to eat it or else be fired. While the duo eat it, they think back to other eating challenges they've done.
The group helps Muscle Man and Starla on their wedding day, but it's Mordecai whose relationship is in danger when Margaret gets invited and an awkward speech leads to yet another falling-out between Mordecai and CJ.
The Parkie Awards: After Benson doesn't take home the award for Park Manager of the Year, the guys want to make him feel like a winner. / The Lunch Club: Rigby ruins Maellard's fancy lunch, and now he or Benson has to write a letter of resignation.
Local News Legend: Margaret really wants to host a weekly segment on the nightly local news. / Birthday Gift: Rigby always gives Mordecai the worst birthday gifts, but this year it's going to be different.
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.”
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