Regular Show: Season 3
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Following the success of Cartoon Networks release of Regular Show Season 1&2, everyone's favorite slackers Mordecai and Rigby are back in Regular Show: The Complete Third Season on DVD. Releasing with all 40 episodes from Season 3 plus totally rad special features, fans and collectors will be stoked to add the third season of the Emmy award winning comedy to their collection. The series stars a blue jay named Mordecai and his best friend Rigby, a raccoon, who are both employed as groundskeepers at a local park. Watch as they interact with Benson, Pops, Skips, and the rest of the gang in a hilarious attempt to escape everyday boredom in Regular Show: The Complete Third Season.]]>
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Within this set is my personal favorite episode "Weekend at Benson's", where the main characters accidentally knock-out their boss and they puppeteer him around so that no one knows what they did and they don't ruin his social life.
The show, though supposedly marketed towards kids, is pretty much geared towards anyone who likes 80s/90s pop culture. If you're on the fence about getting this, I say go for it if you want a good laugh.
When Season Three was announced, I was a little upset to find that there was only a DVD release and only a handful of commentaries, but I'd still be willing to buy the full set no matter what. Well, turns out it was a little disappointing once I popped it up on my TV. Not only is the absence of varied features and commentaries GREATLY missed (only ten episodes have commentary this time around and its not marked anywhere which episodes do and don't... good luck finding them in the sea of 40 episodes) but the visual quality of the episodes look AWFUL on this set.
Regular Show looks beautiful in either HD or standard def with its bold stylized animation and watercolor backgrounds, but on this set, those same visuals take a major hit. Instead of merely a lower resolution presentation, the episodes seem to have been poorly compressed from whatever source they've used. There are ghastly white lines that outline almost everything on screen, giving the episodes the kind of quality one would expect from a YouTube video (a problem that I've heard also existed on the first Adventure Time DVD set). As a giant animation nerd who loves blu-rays, I thought maybe it had just been a while since I'd watched a DVD, but lo and behold a couple episodes throughout the set don't have these weird "ghost lines" and even worse, clips of the SAME EPISODES actually look BETTER in some of the featurettes in the set than the ACTUAL EPISODES THEMSELVES.
Clearly someone did a bit of a rush job trying to get some of these episodes ready for standard definition release. And the few episodes that come in looking clear and honestly comparable to the previous blu-ray set only serves as a bitter reminder that it didn't have to look this messy.
Now, I know there's gonna be a lot of people who don't care about this sorta thing and are probably just looking for an easy way to get Regular Show without pirating or paying a lot for digital episodes and mismatched single DVD releases (I mean, 40 episodes for $20 is a pretty good deal). And for those of you just looking to get a cheap and easy cartoon fix or gift for younger viewers, this set will probably get the job done. But for fans of the show and the craft who may have sprung for the previous blu-ray over the DVD be fairly warned-- the lack of features I could easily forgive, but there's no forgiving just how bad the episodes look here. I almost feel like I would've been better off just buying a digital copy of iTunes or waiting for it to hit Netflix where I could get the quality that usually goes hand in hand with buying a full season of an animated show.
If you're not concerned with the episodes looking VERY poor in this set, what you do ultimately have here is not necessarily a bad set with tons of great and memorable episodes and some short interviews with creator J. G. Quintel. I wouldn't be surprised if Cartoon Network is paying attention to sales of this set (I do not know if the previous blu ray or DVD sold as well as Adventure Time sets do) as the same thing happened with the first Adventure Time season DVD. A year after the DVD received pretty solid reception it was reissued in full HD on blu-ray.
Hopefull Regular Show does too so it can receive the proper treatment it really deserves.
It's my favorite show; I watch them over & over; Have perma-grin as a result.
Cant wait for Season 4 Release!
Non-sexist for those sick of the on-going parade of sexual innuendo on broadcast tv shows.