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"A Bunch of Full Grown Geese"
Season 4, Episode 19
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Premiere date: March 25, 2013
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"A Bunch of Full Grown Geese" is the nineteenth episode of the fourth season (and the ninety-eighth episode overall) of Regular Show. It is the ninety-eighth episode overall, and premiered on March 25, 2013.

Though the ninety-eighth episode of the series, it was celebrated as the one-hundredth, due to production order.[citation needed]

Synopsis

When vicious, territorial geese show up at the park, Mordecai and Rigby call upon some old friends to get rid of them.

Plot

The episode begins with Mordecai, Rigby, and Pops making a sandwich at the park's lake. After they make the sandwich, a gang of vicious geese show up to terrorize the groundskeepers and the people surrounding them, reducing Pops to tears, and ruining their lunch. Mordecai and Rigby tell Benson about the situation, but after Rigby talks back to him about the job of ridding the park of the geese, the duo are chased out of the house as he throws a fit.

Mordecai and Rigby attempt to get rid of the geese by using blankets and geese repellent, but both of these methods fail and make the geese angrier.

The two ask Skips for advice, who tells them that they're on their own after hearing that the problem is geese related. However, he does tell them that ducks are the natural enemies of geese, and they should contact any duck friends they might have. Mordecai calls up the Baby Ducks, who tells him to use lasers.

Returning back to the lake with laser pointers, three of the geese fly away. Rigby notices that one of the geese is missing, who discovers that they are the source of the lasers. The geese drag the two out of the bush and beat them up, before ripping out a tree and prepare to finish them off, when the baby ducks arrive and save them.

The baby ducks try telling the geese to leave, but the eyes of the geese give off a red glow and one of them talks (much to Mordecai and Rigby's sheer surprise). The geese refuse to leave, saying that they have taken over the lake and gotten rid of the humans and anything else that isn't a goose. The leader of the geese then says that if the baby ducks want it, they have to come and battle them for it. The baby ducks accept. The geese then transform into a giant four-headed goose robot, while the ducks transform into Eagle Man. They battle each other. After a while of battling, the ducks get extremely hurt. They then tell Mordecai and Rigby to fist pump. Their Eagle Man form upgrades and then they defeat the geese.

Benson arrives, enraged at the amount of destruction in the park. He scolds Mordecai, Rigby, and the baby ducks for the mess they made. The Mother Duck then arrives, very annoyed and angry at Benson, for not appreciating the fact that Mordecai, Rigby and the baby ducks saved the park and possibly the world, when they defeated the geese and for scolding at her children. Benson begrudgingly apologizes to them, and leaves sad and gloomy. Mordecai, Rigby, Mother Duck and the baby ducks celebrate their victory. The episode ends with pictures of them hanging out in different places.

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Trivia

Pop Culture References

  • The song "The Touch" by Stan Bush plays, which is from the 1986 classic "The Transformers: The Movie".
  • There are a few references to 1980's giant robot cartoons: Scramble Missiles and Rocket Punch from Tranzor Z/Mazinger Z, and Power Sword, the horns on the Eggscellent hat, as well as the end scene captions, from Voltron.

Goofs

  • This is the ninety eighth episode of Regular Show. However, the commercial advertised this as the one hundredth episode. The real one hundredth episode was "Limousine Lunchtime" and in production order, it is "Caveman".
  • During the battle against the Geese, when Mordecai pushes several keys on The Power, five notes are illuminated on the body armor. But when the notes are released, six notes are shown.
  • In the scene before Mordecai and Rigby attempt to scare the geese away by using towels, the lake was populated by people, but in the next shot (where Mordecai and Rigby prepare their towels), the lake is now vacant.

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Start a Discussion Discussions about A Bunch of Full Grown Geese

  • Was Benson's apology really begrudging?

    17 messages
    • Tamsin Parker wrote:It looked to me like he really meant it. His expression change, the tone of his voice; it sounded like genuine remorse to ...
    • BNSF1995 wrote:Benson had no reason to yell at them. To me, it seemed that he made Mordecai and Rigby get rid of the geese just so he can have...
  • The Episode is somewhat Similar to The Colossus

    • After Watching the episode A Bunch of Full Grown Geese, I thought the episode is somewhat similar to the TAWOG episode The Colossus. In the ...

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