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Recap / Regular Show S 06 E 14 Married And Broke

When Muscle Man discovers that his investments are worthless and he has no money for his wedding to Starla, the duo sign up to be contestants on a game show called Married and Broke, where would-be couples compete in physical challenges to win an all-expenses-paid wedding.


This episode has the following tropes...

  • A Day in the Limelight: This episode focused more on Starla and Muscle Man ("Mitch") instead of Mordecai, Rigby, and the others (though they did appear, they were more in a supporting role).
  • Canada, Eh?: The patriotic American couple (Teddy and Tina) turns out to be from Canada and pretty much run through all the stereotypes and clichés associated with it.

    Teddy: We're just simple maple farmers. I ride my moose to work, just like anyone else, and I put my hockey mask on one strap at a time.

  • Close Up On Head: Mitch's broker at first appears to be calling him from the Stock Exchange. It is then revealed that he's being arrested in front of a billboard for the Stock Exchange.
  • Deconstruction: The episode briefly looks at the Running Gag of people being freaked out whenever Muscle Man and Starla do public displays of affection, and shows that this actually bothers Starla a lot due to people thinking they're gross.
  • Disqualification-Induced Victory: Muscle Man and Starla end up losing the Game Show, but as soon as Muscle Man notices something off with Teddy and Tina's word choice, Teddy and Tina are forced to admit they are actually Canadians. For lying about being American, they are disqualified and escorted off the stage, making Muscle Man and Starla the winners by default.
  • Dolled-Up Installment / Continuity Nod: In-universe example, "Married and Broke" is essentially an American (and a more friendly) version of the sadistic Japanese game show Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson were on from the episode "Fool Me Twice."
  • Hero of Another Story / Noodle Incident: While Mitch and Starla were dealing with the game show, the rest of the park crew were fighting against Mitch's ants which turned out to be aliens.
  • The Power of Love: Which Muscle Man and Starla use to try and gain an advantage in the game show. Subverted that they still lose but only barely as the final couple used an extended finger nail to hit the goal buzzer before they did.
  • Wham Line:

    Teddy and Tina: USA, eh? USA, eh? USA, eh?

  • This Loser Is You: A rare positive use of this trope. While the audience is initially disgusted by Mitch and Starla compared to the more attractive other couples, their turned around by the pairs overwhelming love for each other despite their looks and in turn begin to feel better about themselves if such a couple is able to be so strong despite their appearances.
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My thoughts on Regular Show couples

Hi guys, I love it if a show has a wide Varity of romance couples (If their well written) and Regular Show is one of them so I going to share my thoughts on each of them

Disclaimer: I only going to be talking about official ones not crack ships

Hi-Five Ghost & Celia: During season 4 I've noticed that unlike Muscle Man, Mordecai and Rigby, Hi-five didn't have a love interest. However during season 5 I was happy for him when we learned about Celia and when he reunited with her at the end of that episode. Though as the relationship itself it's a bit boring since those two basically have a lot in common and not much else to it but there nothing with that as along as they seem to genuinely like each other, it's just not very interesting enough to hold entire episodes it is why keeping them on the sidelines is the best choice. Overall it's a alright couple and I'm happy that Hi-five has someone :D

Benson & Audrey: Hmm... to me it seems there are some gaps in this one. What I mean is that when we first see Audrey it is established that those two are interested in each other, then seasons later we find at their officially dating and recently out of nowhere we find out that they've broken up. Since we literally didn't see anything about their relationship and I didn't like how the writers broke them up just for a single plot device so I'm not sure about this one.

Muscle Man & Starla: Now we're talking about one the main ones. Honestly didn't like these two at first, for one there were too many episodes centred around them and I didn't care for the conflicts of their relationship in those episodes (Though Fancy Restaurant was really good) and their making out is just disgusting to look at. However Married and Broke really changed my mind on that, sure their not pretty to look at but they do genuinely love and care for each other which is why I now like them. Plus gotta give them props for being the only RS couple so far who are engaged :)

Skips and Mona: Seriously, the minute they first talked to each other there was great chemistry and in just a matter minutes we see this relationship develop perfectly. And it was genuinely tragic when Mona was killed. A really great couple and one of the show's best.

Mordecai & Cj: I strongly dislike this couple. A lot people like this couple due to them having a lot in common however that's a major gripe I have with these two, for me having stuff in common alone does NOT equal romantic chemistry and no point did I feel a bond developed in a romantic sense between these two. Now here's another thing, I love Mordecai and Margaret and what really I really hate is that they've put so much development in their relationship only to cut Margaret out and replace her with Cj and I hate how both the show and the fans of Mordecai and Cj say that Mordecai and Cj are great just because Cj is better than Margaret. To make matters worse to was completely obvious that Margaret was going to come back.  Also the ending to Merry Christmas Mordecai and Sad Sax also costed this couple major points from me due to the unneeded & contrived cliché' romantic drama that stops a relationship and does not develop it and 1000th Chopper Flight party WAS THE LAST STRAW! (After that I now hate those two)

Mordecai & Margaret: Now this couple I love. Though honestly in the first season I didn't care for these since at the time I thought it was just going to be a one-sided attraction that goes nowhere. However that all changed when we see the two get closer as Mordecai and Rigby hang out more with her and Eileen and it wasn't long until I started rooting for them to get together and when they did I couldn't be more happy. There's great chemistry, each conflict was relatable and furthers the development of the relationship, had moments of witty dialogue and the two having fun together and were just plain adorableLove Meow :3. I just love these two.

Rigby & Eileen: Now we've come to my OTP of the show. At first when they first showed Eileen's crush on Rigby I thought Rigby's too cool for her but soon I found her crush on him to be adorable and when Rigby admitted his feelings towards her that's when I started to ship them. During the past couple seasons we've seen those constantly develop and see a lot cute moments between them. Since there not in the spotlight it helps the development of their relationship feel more natural. I adore these two, why aren't they official yet!?
      
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Regular Show (season 6)

Season of television series

The sixth season of American animated comedy television seriesRegular Show, created by J. G. Quintel, originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States. Quintel created the series' pilot using characters from his comedy shorts for the canceled anthology series The Cartoonstitute. He developed Regular Show from his own experiences in college. Simultaneously, several of its main characters originated from his animated shorts The Naïve Man from Lolliland and 2 in the AM PM. Following its fifth season's success, Regular Show was renewed for a sixth season on October 29, 2013. The season premiered on October 9, 2014,[3] and concluded on June 25, 2015.[2]

Regular Show's sixth season was storyboarded and written by Calvin Wong, Ryan Pequin, Benton Connor, Sarah Oleksyk, Madeline Queripel, Minty Lewis, Toby Jones, Owen Dennis, and Casey Crowe. For this season, the writers were J. G. Quintel, Mike Roth, John Infantino, Sean Szeles, Michele Cavin, and Matt Price, who is also the story editor, while being produced by Cartoon Network Studios.

Development[edit]

Concept[edit]

Two 23-year-old friends,[4] a blue jay named Mordecai and a raccoon named Rigby, are employed as groundskeepers at a park and spend their days trying to slack off and entertain themselves by any means. This is much to the chagrin of their boss Benson and their coworker Skips, but the delight of Pops. Their other coworkers, Muscle Man (an overweight green man) and Hi-Five Ghost (a ghost with a hand extending from the top of his head) serve as their rivals.

Production[edit]

Many of the characters are loosely based on those developed for Quintel's student films at California Institute of the Arts: The Naive Man From Lolliland and 2 in the AM PM. Quintel pitched Regular Show for Cartoon Network's Cartoonstitute project, in which the network allowed artists to create pilots with no notes to be optioned as a show possibly. After being green-lit, Quintel recruited several indie comic book artists to compose the show's staff, as their style matched close to what he desired for the series. The season was storyboarded and written by Calvin Wong, Ryan Pequin, Benton Connor, Sarah Oleksyk, Madeline Queripel, Minty Lewis, Toby Jones, Owen Dennis, and Casey Crowe. For this season, the writers were J. G. Quintel, Mike Roth, John Infantino, Sean Szeles, Michele Cavin, and Matt Price, who is also the story editor, while being produced by Cartoon Network Studios. This was the last season Roth was involved in, before he left to work with the Cartoon Network Studios shorts program; in which Szeles took his place as sole supervising producer.

The sixth season of Regular Show was produced between September 2013 and August 2014. It utilizes double entendres and mild language; Quintel stated that, although the network wanted to step up from the more child-oriented fare, some restrictions came with this switch.

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of Regular Show episodes

References[edit]

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