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|"Do Me a Solid"|
|Season 2, Episode 18|
|Premiere date:||May 2, 2011|
|Directed by:||Mike Roth|
"See You There"
Do Me a Solid is the eighteenth episode of season two (and thirtieth episode overall) of Regular Show. It premiered on May 2, 2011, earning 2.042 million viewers.
Rigby uses his "solids" to ruin Mordecai's date with Margaret.
Mordecai and Rigby decide to play a game of "Solids" (a game of which one must do a favor for the other). They do each other solids things like getting a glass of lemonade, changing the channel, fold a pair of socks, and drying their hands.
Eventually, they head to the Coffee Shop, where Eileen (nervously) asks Rigby if he would be interested in miniature golf with her and Margaret. Mordecai finally seizes this opportunity to have a date with Margaret, but the catch being that Margaret will only agree if Rigby will go with Eileen; in the end, Mordecai and Rigby go on a double date after Mordecai asks him to do him a solid for going out with Eileen. With the consequence of Mordecai owing Rigby 10 solids.
On the double date, the four go miniature golfing, and see a movie, where Rigby uses his solids to ruin Mordecai's chances with Margaret. The group eventually heads back to the house, and settle on having ice cream sandwiches before the night ends. Rigby uses his 9th solid to get Mordecai to buy the ice cream after noticing they have run out of the ice cream sandwiches.
Mordecai arrives back with the snacks, and immediately sees that Muscle Man and Hi Five Ghost were invited over, much to his dismay. Left with his last solid, Rigby calls Mordecai to the kitchen and whispers this particular task to him. Mordecai rejects this solid instantly due to its presumably embarrassing nature, and decides to not do this solid, ignoring Rigby's claims that Mordecai "must" do the solid. Upon declining this request of Rigby, the ground begins to rumble and the tremors increasingly become more violent.
Mordecai tries to spend some time with Margaret, but is stopped when the house begins to collapse into the ground. Rigby continues to demand that Mordecai does his solid, but Mordecai simply refuses. Margaret then begs Mordecai to do his solid since she and Eileen do each other solids all the time, also revealing that she came on the double-date because she was only doing Eileen a solid in the process. This only disappoints Mordecai, and the house collapses even further.
Eventually, Benson and Skips arrive and finally convince Mordecai to do his solid. Mordecai reluctantly agrees, and does his solid (off-screen), which ends up shocking the entire group. The next day, things have returned to normal and Rigby is showing off a video Mordecai's solid to Muscle Man, HFG, and Pops, having recorded him while it was happening. This only angers Mordecai to the point that he claims that Rigby isn't his friend anymore.
Rigby stops Mordecai, saying that he (Rigby) owes him a solid, apparently a solid that involves destroying the tape of Mordecai. Rigby willingly snaps the tape in half, to which Mordecai asks Rigby to do him a solid and head to the arcade with him.
- Pops (semi-antagonist in the end)
- Muscle Man (semi-antagonist in the end)
- Hi Five Ghost (semi-antagonist in the end)
- Taco'Clock Worker (cameo)
- When Pops and Skips see Mordecai and Rigby, Skips' eyes are white colored. However they change back to yellow in the next scene.
- When Rigby reaches towards the VCR to retrieve the tape near the end of the episode his arm can be seen clipping through the VCR's timer layer.
The gallery for Do Me a Solid can be viewed here.