|Occupation:||Coffee Shop Waitress|
|Voiced by:||Minty Lewis|
|First appearance:||"Brain Eraser"|
|Latest appearance:||"Carter and Briggs"|
Eileen is a main character on Regular Show. Eileen is a shy, intelligent, and timid mole. She works at The Coffee Shop with Margaret, better known as her co-worker and one of her really good friends, likely her best friend. She has a big crush on Rigby. Eileen first debuted in "Brain Eraser". She is voiced by Minty Lewis, who is also the storyboarder for the show.
As said above, Eileen is a short mole with tan fur. She has red glasses and wears the same uniform as Margaret, although in "Do Me a Solid", she wears a pink shirt with ruffles around the neck and shoulders and a blue skirt. She has a small light brown tail and brown hair tied into a side ponytail. In Brain Eraser, her ponytail was on the right side, in Do Me a Solid, her ponytail was moved to the left side. In Brain Eraser, she didn't have white in her glasses, as seen down below, but in Do Me a Solid, she did. In "First Day," Eileen appears very different than usual. She only had pupils for eyes like she did in "Brain Eraser" except her glasses were pointed down like reading glasses and she wore a purple shirt with a green oval in the middle with a small green skirt. Also, in "Camping Can Be Cool," she was wearing a light burgundy hoody and light army green shorts. Eileen never wears shoes in any episode just like Mordecai, Rigby, and Margaret. She and Margaret wear clothes, unlike Mordecai and Rigby. Eileen looks surprisingly human. Her eyes are small and squinted.
Eileen is Margaret's best friend at the Coffee Shop, where both of them work. The two get along well, and are always seen together (whenever Eileen is present). Both share a friendship with Mordecai and Rigby, sometimes talking about them. Eileen also took care of her apartment in "Diary", but Mordecai and Rigby didn't know until Margaret told them about it.
Rigby has been Elieen's crush ever since "Do Me a Solid". At first Rigby didn't feel the same way and saw her as a pest. However, as the series progresses, it seems as though Rigby is getting used to hanging around Eileen.
"Do Me a Solid" was the first episode that Rigby and Eileen actually spoke to each other. Mordecai was poking fun at Eileen's crush on Rigby, saying that they'd "make a cute couple," infuriating Rigby. When Eileen asks Rigby out, he turns her down, saying that he was doing something then. After she walks away, he complains about coming during her shift, showing how much he thinks of her as a pain. Mordecai wants Rigby to accept the date so he could go along with Margaret, but Rigby, so opposed of going out with Eileen, asked for ten solids in response. Reluctantly, Mordecai agrees. Throughout the double-date, Eileen tries to talk to Rigby, joke around with him, and puts her hand in his bowl of popcorn at the movies (making him give it to her), but Rigby acts annoyed and tries to bug Mordecai with the solids that he owes him.
In "Skunked," Mordecai and Rigby went to the Coffee Shop to find out if they could get rid of Rigby's skunk odor. Eileen suggested that he should try pouring the coffee on himself to get rid of the smell, resulting in Rigby being burned. Eileen giggled, upsetting Rigby enough to transform into the Were-Skunk. He grabbed Eileen by the shirt, yelling at her that it was "his life that she was laughing at". People surrounding Rigby flashed disapproving looks and glares. Rigby, coming to the slow realization of what he was doing, glanced at poor Eileen. With that, Rigby put her down and apologized.
"Camping Can Be Cool" was probably the first time they had real relations. At first, after they lose the matches, Rigby and Mordecai argue for a bit then Eileen starts a fire the old fashion way. Rigby compliments her by saying "Yeah, that was kinda cool". Eileen blushes then Rigby, unsure of himself, creates a distraction by throwing the package of hot dogs at her. Then, later that night, they are seen playing video games on a log. When Eileen corrects Mordecai on the constellation, Rigby compliments her again, causing both of them to laugh. When they are running away from the Stag-Man, Eileen throws a rock in Margaret's car window, later when they are returning home Rigby admires Eileen by saying, "And you totally busted Margaret's window open with a rock".
In "Cruisin'," Eileen gets a fake boyfriend for the sole purpose of making Rigby jealous, but it doesn't seem to work.
In "Butt Dial," Rigby hands Eileen her phone after it's soaked in coffee. They were teamed up together at Mordecai and Rigby's game night.
"Replaced" revealed that Eileen and Rigby had been hanging out together during the party, along with Mordecai and Margaret.
In "Access Denied," the two went inside The 'Box' to eat cake.
In "Diary", while Rigby was revealing all of his secrets, he mentions that he thinks that "Eileen looks hot without her glasses on." It is found out the next day that Eileen was at Margaret's apartment, watering her plants, and heard him. She shows up to work without her glasses off (catching Rigby by surprise), but ultimately ends up running into a table.
In "Death Bear," Rigby and Eileen seem to have fun during their trip to the abandoned zoo. She later compliments him, saying that he wasn't very brave, but she still thinks he's cool.
In "Bad Kiss," Rigby and Eileen sit next to each other at the movie theater. Rigby also tries to impress her by saying that he invented "Morde-shakes".
During "Bald Spot," Rigby and Eileen are seen skating together.
"One Pull Up" has a lot of interaction between Eileen and Rigby and possibly hints Rigby may like Eileen back. In this episode Eileen helps Rigby do a pull up and at the end of the episode Eileen and Rigby hug marking their first hug. Eileen also takes off her glasses again.
In "TGI Tuesday," they hang out and dance with each other.
Eileen seems to be good friends with Mordecai. Like in "Camping Can Be Cool" he invited her and Margaret to go camping and they both encourage Margaret that camping can be fun. Her, Mordecai, Rigby and Margaret usually hang out together. As well in "Death Bear" where he tackled Death Bear into a wall to save her.
Eileen has interacted with Muscle Man once in "Do Me a Solid" when Eileen, Margaret, and uninvited Muscle Man were having ice cream sandwiches at the house. In "One Pull Up," she said "Muscle Man was in here earlier", hinting that he comes to the coffee shop often. In "TGI Tuesday," Muscle Man says "hello ladies...and Eileen", and he helps her, Mordecai, and Rigby invite people to Margret's surprise party at the "Parkside de Lux."
Tuck Packered was pretending to be Eileen's boyfriend to make Rigby jealous in "Cruisin'."
The two started interacting with each other in "The Longest Weekend", and they seem to be good friends.
- "Do Me a Solid"
- "Camping Can Be Cool"
- "Access Denied"
- "Death Bear"
- "Terror Tales of the Park II"
- "One Pull Up"
- "TGI Tuesday"
- "The Longest Weekend"
Minor or MentionedEdit
- "Brain Eraser"
- "A Bunch of Baby Ducks"
- "Terror Tales of the Park" (as a picture in "In the House")
- "Slam Dunk" (mentioned)
- "Weekend at Benson's" (Non-speaking cameo)
- "Butt Dial" (cameo)
- "Gut Model" (mentioned)
- "Replaced" (voice only)
- "Yes Dude Yes" (mentioned)
- "Diary" (cameo)
- "Bad Kiss"
- "Pie Contest" (Non-speaking cameo)
- "Bald Spot"
- "Ace Balthazar Lives"
- "Carter and Briggs" (Non-speaking cameo)
Overall: 21 Appearances
- In "Camping Can Be Cool" it is revealed that she's good at camping because of a phase she was going through, where she got lost in the woods a lot.
- She is allergic to duck dander.
- Eileen always walks barefoot.
- In "Brain Eraser" her glasses were white instead of black.
- In "Cruisin'", "One Pull Up", "Ace Balthazar Lives", and "Carter and Briggs", she wears the same outfit from "Do Me a Solid".
- In "TGI Tuesday" she is seen dancing in both "free style" and ballet.
The gallery for Eileen can be viewed here
Main Characters of Regular Show