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Regular Show Returns in October for Season Six

If you missed J.G. Quintel’s golf cart-driving, video game-playing, procrastinating dudes Mordecai and Rigby, you might want to mark “October 9, Thursday, at 7:30 pm” in your calendar as Cartoon Network will be bringing back Regular Show for its sixth fist-pumping episode.

It is worth noting that season 5 ended with Mordecai CJ going out on an epic “real date” that concluded with a bunch of death defying explosions and a kiss. Season 6 promises to pick up where they left off, as the series starts to tackle the relationship in the premiere episode “Maxin’ and Relaxin,” which has Mordecai taking CJ to meet his embarrassing parents.

Aardman Produces a Regular Show Online Game

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UK’s Aardman Studios has recently partnered with Turner in order to develop a brand new online game based on Cartoon Network’s Emmy Award-winning series Regular Show, titled “Cupcakes of Doom.”

Regular Show: Cupcakes of Doom is essentially a racing game set in the park where Mordecai and Rigby works, with the two being forced to content with the evil Klorgbane, who used the titular evil cupcakes in order to corrupt the Guardians of Eternal Youth. It is then up to Mordercai and Rigby to retrieve the antidote to the cupcake, called the Milk of Redemption, before the whole world turns evil.

New Clips from Regular Show: Fright Pack DVD

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Cartoon Network’s Regular Show: Fright Pack DVD was recently released, allowing you to grab a copy of the show’s Halloween offering a month in advance, so you can scare and laugh yourself silly in preparation for the holiday. The DVD contains 12 episodes taken from the first four seasons of the show, as well as the 2-part Halloween special titled “Terror Tales of the Pak II.”

The DVD presents the episodes using a Canterbury Tales-type narrative format, with Mordecai, Rigby, Benson, and Margaret swapping scary stories while on the way to a Halloween party.

You can check out a bunch of preview clips below, as well as an image gallery:

Regular Show SDCC Interviews to celebrate tonight’s 5th Season Premiere

ToonBarn Interviews J.G. Quintel and Sean Szeles from Regular Show at SDCC 2013

J.G. Quintel’s hit animated comedy series, Regular Show, will be returning for its 5th season TONIGHT, September 2, 2013 at 7:30 PM (ET) on the Cartoon Network.

The premiere episode features Mordecai and Rigby going out on a road trip in order to return Margaret’s sweater, only to get pulled over by a policeman. Additionally, the fifth season will also include a 30 minute Thanksgiving special and a flashback episode that will delve into Skips’ past.

Regular Show’s Fifth Season Premieres on September

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J.G. Quintel’s hit animated comedy series Regular Show will be returning for its 5th season this coming Monday, September 2, 2013 at 7:30 PM (ET/PT) on the Cartoon Network. The new season promises to bring even more of the zany, madcap hilarity that fans have come to expect from the 6-foot-tall blue jay named Mordecai and his perpetually high-strung partner, the raccoon Rigby.

Regular Show: Fright Pack DVD Brings the Scares This September

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It seems that Halloween is going to start early in your household, as Cartoon Network is getting ready to release the Regular Show: Fright Pack DVD on September 3, 2013. The DVD pack features the 2-part Halloween special “Terror Tales of the Park II” as its lead episode, followed by 12 other episodes taken from the first four seasons of the critically-acclaimed animated comedy show.

Terror Tales of the Park II focuses on Mordecai, Rigby, Benson, and Margaret as they tell scary stories while on the way to a Halloween party. The use of a frame narrative (with the storytelling session serving as the framework for several stories) bring to mind Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, making for a really interesting take (considering that Regular Show is a comedy series).

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