|"Cheer Up Pops"|
|Season 8, Episode 26|
|Premiere date:||January 16, 2017|
"Meet the Seer"
"A Regular Epic Final Battle"
"Cheer Up Pops" is the twenty-fifth episode in Season 8 (and two hundred and fourth-third overall) of Regular Show. It aired on January 16, 2017.
The crew try to cheer up Pops for his upcoming fight.
- Muscle Man
- Hi Five Ghost
- Anti-Pops (mentioned)
- Guardians of Eternal Youth
- Spacebook is a parody of Facebook.
- There was a quick scene where Benson sings "Microwave Wings" by Hair to the Throne ; this was first sung in the episode Lunch Break.
- The following episodes are seen when the characters' lives are being put on Blu-Ray: Caffeinated Concert Tickets, Rigby's Body, The Power, Just Set Up the Chairs, The Unicorns Have Got to Go, Grilled Cheese Deluxe, Brain Eraser, Ello Gov'nor, Muscle Woman, Party Pete, But I Have a Receipt, Grave Sights, Dizzy, It's Time, This Is My Jam, Return of Mordecai and the Rigbys, Think Positive, Prank Callers, Skips' Story, Lunch Break, A Bunch of Full Grown Geese, Rap It Up, House Rules, Terror Tales of the Park, Under the Hood, Slam Dunk, The Christmas Special, Quips, Skips vs. Technology, Eggscellent, Gut Model, Muscle Mentor, Dead at Eight, Trash Boat, Married and Broke, New Bro on Campus, Trucker Hall of Fame, Camping Can Be Cool, Skips' Stress, Benson Be Gone, Death Punchies, Video Game Wizards, Limousine Lunchtime, Cruisin', Fists of Justice, Silver Dude, Portable Toilet, TGI Tuesday, Access Denied, Busted Cart, Not Great Double Date, Skips' Stress, Power Tower, Expert or Liar, Lift With Your Back, Terror Tales of the Park IV, Thomas Fights Back, Format Wars II, Sad Sax, Benson's Pig, The Lunch Club, The Dome Experiment, Garage Door, Sleep Cycle, Cat Videos, Chili Cook-Off, Pops' Favorite Planet, Pam I Am, Marvolo the Wizard, Rigby's Graduation Day Special, The Button, Favorite Shirt, Cool Bro Bots, VIP Members Only, Space Creds, The Dream Warrior, Welcome to Space, Lost and Found, Fries Night, The Brain of Evil, Spacey McSpaceTree, Stuck in an Elevator, and this episode itself.
- The central theme of this episode is preserving memories, and letting them be there for the future when the characters will no more be around. This concludes with the production of an commemorative blu-ray set with bonus features. The bitter aftertaste of this episode is the fact, that Cartoon Network discontinued releasing Regular Show on blu-ray after the first disc set.