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|Relatives:|| Carl Putter (father)|
|Voiced by:||Linda Cardellini|
|First appearance:||"Yes Dude Yes"|
|Latest appearance:||"Eileen Flat Screen"|
Cloudy Jane (better known as "CJ") is a recurring character in Regular Show. CJ is currently Mordecai's girlfriend, and made her debut in the episode "Yes Dude Yes". She is voiced by Linda Cardellini.
CJ is a cloud-humanoid, with white skin and cloud hair, looking as if it's tied in a pony-tail. She wears a scarlet-striped tank top (goofed light orange while playing Laser Tag), brown shorts, and small black-gray boots. In "New Year's Kiss", she is tinted pink, though this may have been caused by the lighting at the masquerade ball.
CJ is a kind individual who enjoys a lot of the same things Mordecai does, including video games, rock bands, and generally goofing off. The Phone Guardians call her witty and independent, and she deeply cares for her friends. This doesn't mean she won't tease or make fun of others, although it is good-spirited. While generally a nice person to be around, she seems to wear her feelings on her sleeve and has a hard time controlling her negative emotions to the point where she can be violent when angry and moody when upset. She turns a darker shade then her usually white complexion and becomes a mass array of storms when pushed too far.
Mordecai is currently CJ's boyfriend. After an initial situation where Mordecai was not ready to date her, they eventually became good friends and started officially dating. She has become a regular part of his misadventures, and is accepting of the strange situations they often find themselves in. She is also very protective of Mordecai, and has become extremely angry and stormy when he is endangered.
In "Yes Dude Yes", she first meets Mordecai at a restaurant as part of the meet-ups set by Couple Corral. There, she quickly figures out that he really wasn't interested in dating. However, she still wants to hang out with him, and find ways to cheer him up. Eventually, she gains a romantic interest in Mordecai and misinterprets his invite to the movies as him returning those feelings, though Mordecai only considered them as good friends. This hurt CJ, when she catches him trying to give the movie tickets he promised her to another girl, which leads to chaos, with her turning into a massive aray of storms attacking Mordecai. While Mordecai is able to calm her down with words, she is still hurt and doesn't think she can be friends with Mordecai at the current moment, leaving the Coffee Shop.
She briefly appeared in Mordecai's hallucinations in "Survival Skills", where he imagines her and Margaret.
In "New Year's Kiss", she meets Mordecai again at the New Year's Eve party when Rigby accidentally pushes him into her, but due to it being a masquerade party, she doesn't recognize him nor does he recognize her. After a friendly conversation, CJ feels envious of all the couples kissing around her and Mordecai. Wanting to take advantage of the remaining minute of midnight, she suddenly kisses Mordecai who quickly accepts. After they take off their masks, CJ is shocked to learn that she was kissing Mordecai and while Mordecai is busy being distracted by Rigby, she flees the party. There is some ambiguity as to whether Rigby, who was under instructions from his future self to prevent Mordecai from kissing the wrong girl at midnight, successfully saved Mordecai from an unhappy future by ruining his "real" date with Tracy Hashtag , or created this future by reintroducing Mordecai and CJ right at midnight, leading to a potentially doomed relationship.
In "Dodge This", CJ has to play against Mordecai in a dodgeball tournament. Soon Mordecai and CJ are the only people remaining on each team in the final round of the tournament. They attempt to get each other out, but the balls that are thrown hit each other and then hit both Mordecai and CJ. They are sent to the Intergalactic Dodgeball Council, who shows them their history after denying it, including the kiss. They attempt to fix things up by admitting they were afraid the other was upset at them and deciding to be friends. When they are sent back to the game they start trying to choose who should throw first, since they are now friends. CJ takes the opportunity and wins the dodgeball tournament.
In "Portable Toilet", CJ has lunch with Mordecai, Rigby and Eileen, and gets Mordecai and Rigby in serious trouble after daring Mordecai to eat a sandwich in a portable toilet, whose door soon gets stuck and is sent to be destroyed at a military target range. CJ and Eileen leap into another toilet being hauled by a helicopter and manage to save the guys, and shortly after they watch the missles demolish the various portable toilets. In which Mordecai notes that CJ is "pretty cool." CJ, also notes to Eileen that things have "finally stopped being weird" with Mordecai.
In "Video 101", CJ is shown helping Eileen with her music video. On the side, she finds time to make wise/teasing remarks to Mordecai; "burning" him, as Rigby states, twice in that episode.
In "I Like You Hi", Mordecai begins to deal with emotions he had never felt before towards CJ, and at the same time is torn, in hope that one day Margaret would return. One day after a small "get together" with CJ, he watches X-Extreme Barista while texting her. To his dismay, his phone auto-corrects from "I like Yuji" to "I like you hi". CJ replies almost sarcastically "I like you too. Hi", much to Mordecai's embarrassment. Eventually he realizes just how much she means to him and vice versa via the Phone Guardians. After a short time in the guardians' dimension, Mordecai decides to finally ask CJ out on a date, to which she replies with a wink and a conformation, leaving Mordecai relieved and eager in anticipation.
In "Play Date", CJ and Mordecai plan to go on a date, but instead get stuck babysitting Thomas (Death's son). Despite Thomas trying to get in between the two, they've obviously gotten closer. They even share their first intentional kiss at the end of the episode. Even though Mordecai still doesn't consider CJ as his girlfriend yet (because he hasn't officially asked her and they just started dating), one could tell that they are quickly connecting. It is also proven that CJ is adapting fast to the 'irregular' things that happen when she is with Mordecai.
In "Skips in the Saddle", it is revealed that Mordecai and CJ were going to a laser light show together, hinting that their relationship is growing and connecting. Rigby even teases him the next day, saying: "Did you put your arm around CJ?"
In "Real Date", CJ and Mordecai plan to go on a romantic date. However, they both run into a problem. They both want to give each-other surprise gifts, without Mordecai wanting CJ knowing, visa versa. Rigby and Eileen team up, after finding out that Mordecai and CJ are planning to surprise each other. Together, Eileen and Rigby set up a table with candles, along with the two gifts. After finding the table in surprise, they both are heart-warmed. However, Matchmaker McIntyre begins to ruin their plans. He shoots a "match-breaker" gun at CJ, and to CJ and his surprise, Mordecai pushes her out of the way causing him to fall off the broken deck. CJ angrily turns into a massive storm-cloud, striking McIntyre's hot-air balloon with lightning, thus causing a fire; exploding the submarine he was in. Shortly after, CJ finds Mordecai unconscious on the ground, moaning and sobbing in pain, thinking he died. Surprisingly, Mordecai awakens to CJ's delight, and he gives her his gift; a charm bracelet with the very first activities they did together. After a short romantic conversation, they share a kiss while the sun rises officially making them a real couple.
In "Maxin' and Relaxin'", CJ meets and is well-liked by Mordecai's mom and dad, though he is initially apprehensive about her encountering his embarrassing mom and seeing home movies of his awkward youth. He is eventually convinced by his past selves that a cool lady like CJ can handle this, and that she would not be cool with someone who was a jerk to his mom. She eventually enjoys the home movies with him, and accepts several mixtapes he made in high school.
In "Daddy Issues", Mordecai (along with Eileen and Rigby) persuades CJ to take on mini golf after she has giving up the sport over an incident with her father. However, when she participates in the Putterpalooza, she spots her father handing out autographs. When they converse, she could see that he is as egotistical and cocky as before and Mordecai, being the supportive boyfriend that he is, defends her and tell her father that the trash talk that he is giving her is "not cool". However, her father shuts him down when he called him a "sensitive guy" and that the only trophy he probably won was for crying. This enrages CJ so she signs the registration form and says that she would put her father in his place. During the game, you see Mordecai supporting her all the way; even when they hit the sudden death round. He happened to hear her scream and without hesitation he goes to save her from the monstrous gophers that were attacking her and her father; helping her win the Putterpalooza.
In "Lift With Your Back", there is a small part in the beginning of the episode where she hangs out with Mordecai, goes to the movies, and has Mordecai move her couch; all of this being a way to spend some time with her boyfriend. Unfortunately, this was at the expensive of him sneaking out of work; leaving Rigby to cover for him.
CJ and Eileen appear to become good friends in "Portable Toilet," when they have lunch together and team up to save Mordecai and Rigby from being destroyed in a portable toilet at a military shooting range. Eileen is even able to stop CJ from turning into a stormcloud when she starts to get upset about what's happened to Mordecai and Rigby. At the end of the episode, they have fun using the military satellite to blow up portable toilets together.
Also, in "Video 101" CJ, along with Mordecai and Rigby, help Eileen out with making a music video for her class. While Mordecai and Rigby slowly try and take over the whole project, CJ reminds Eileen that since this is her video, she should make it the way she wants to. This shows a little bit of support on her part, which is essential in a friendship. CJ also called Eileen, to make sure that the guys aren't getting in her way. CJ also notably brings coffee to Eileen's house on the morning that the project is due.
In "Real Date", Eileen and CJ plan to surprise Mordecai with a cake. However, things do not go as planned, so after bumping into each other, Eileen and Rigby both help Mordecai and CJ. They set up a table, along with the two gifts Mordecai and CJ were going to give each other. Thus revealing that she supports CJ's decision to be with Mordecai, and she will do anything to help her best friend.
In "Daddy Issues", CJ's father is revealed to be Carl Putter, a cloud-person like her who is a champion miniature golfer (CJ's full name is not "CJ Putter," as she explains "Putter" is a stage name her father uses). Carl trained CJ to be great at miniature golf, but his highly competitive nature and constant teasing ruined her love of the sport. CJ goes up against him one-on-one in a miniature golf championship and finally beats him, earning his respect and overcoming her sense of inferiority.
CJ has the ability to turn into bad weather when she gets triggered angry or upset. She is shown to be able to make twisters, lightning, rain, and gale force winds when she is in this state. If she is just upset, she turns a dark brown-red color, a trait that is very similar to Benson.
- Since she went to Motor-Cross when she was younger, she knows how to ride a motorcycle and has a motorcycle license, as shown in "Play Date."
- She's part of a female dodgeball team called the Thunder Girls, as seen in "Dodge This."
- She seems to have exemplary baking skills, as shown in the episode Take the Cake, where she helps the guys and Eileen bake a huge cake for Mr. Maellard's birthday.
- It was shown in I Like You Hi that she lives in either an apartment or house, with the address/number 206.
- It appears that she doesn't own a car when she is seen walking home in "Video 101". This is also suspected to be true when she is seen uses a bicycle to get to work in the episode "I Like You Hi". However, in "Lift With Your Back" she is seen driving a black car. But since her horn was still broken, it must have been in the shop for repairs or not in great condition so maybe that explains why she was using a bike for transportation earlier (when she was not riding in Eileen's car or walking). Or it could be that she likes the exercise and only uses her car rarely.
- In the episode "Tent Trouble," it is revealed that CJ enjoys going camping. She even bought a two- hundred dollar tent just for the trip.
- CJ has used her storm-cloud ability twice in this series, Yes Dude Yes and Real Date.
- Similar to Starla, CJ started off as a female antagonist, but would later become a protagonist character.
- It is mentioned in "Maxin' and Relaxin'" that CJ used to be in color guard (which is basically the people who twirl the flags in a marching band).
- In the episode "Daddy Issues", CJ reveals that she has some serious skills playing mini golf.
- Like Mordecai, she had a former riff with a family member.
- CJ isn't very good at using power tools, seen in the episode "Eileen Flat Screen" when she tries to drill a hole in the wall and break a hole in the surface of it.
- "Dodge This"
- "Portable Toilet"
- "Video 101"
- "I Like You...Hi"
- "Play Date"
- "Take the Cake"
- "Tent Trouble"
- "Real Date"
- "Survival Skills" (non-speaking cameo)
- "New Year's Kiss"
- "Paint Job"
- "Skips in the Saddle " (mentioned)
Overall: 15 Appearances