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|Hi Five Ghost|
|Relatives:|| Unnamed father|
Low Five Ghost (brother)
|Voiced by:|| Jeff Bennett ("Just Set Up the Chairs" only)|
J.G. Quintel ("Caffeinated Concert Tickets" onwards)
|First appearance:|| "The Pilot" (unofficial)|
"Just Set Up the Chairs (official)"
|Latest appearance:||"Benson's Suit"|
Hi Five Ghost, also spelled as High-Five Ghost, and nicknamed Hi Fives, HFG, or Fives is the seventh and last main character of Regular Show. Hi Five Ghost is a ghost who works alongside Mordecai and Rigby as a groundskeeper at The Park. Just like Muscle Man, he loves pranking Mordecai and Rigby, but doesn't take it as seriously. Hi Five Ghost made his first debut as a cameo character in the Pilot. He then made his official appearance in "Just Set Up the Chairs". Hi Five Ghost almost never speaks, but when he does, he is voiced J.G. Quintel; Jeff Bennett voiced Hi Five Ghost in his debut episode, but was replaced by Quintel for every episode afterwards for unknown reasons.
Hi Five Ghost and Muscle Man are best friends when Muscle Man is around. In "New Bro on Campus" , Muscle Man explains how he and High Five Ghost met and became friends after High Five saved him from the bottomless pit in high school. In the episode "Gut Model", he officially told Muscle Man that he was his best friend. Muscle Man apparently likes playing basketball with Hi-Five, as shown in episodes such as "Slam Dunk" and "Temp Check". Muscle Man usually addresses High Five Ghost as "Fives".
Mordecai and Rigby
Hi Five Ghost is friends with Mordecai and Rigby, as shown in "Muscle Woman", but other times Hi Five Ghost is in conflict with Mordecai and Rigby, namely because Muscle Man does this as well, as shown in "My Mom", "The Night Owl" & "Slam Dunk". Mordecai and Rigby have never been in an argument with only Hi Five Ghost, either with Muscle Man alone or the complete duo. In "Gut Model", Hi Five Ghost was happy to be paired up with Mordecai and Rigby. Hi Five Ghost seems to be the only character to respect Mordecai and Rigby other than Pops. They are seen to be friends, as seen in "The Longest Weekend".
HFG met Celia four years ago in a coffee shop. She realized she had a lot in common with High Fives but after a day together she informs him that she had to go back to Prague to finish her studies abroad. She decides to send a postcard that nobody can read after four years, telling HFG where they should meet should they still be single. Finally, Hi Five gave up and went into the cafe where the two first met to find Celia. They both comment on something that they have in common and hold hands.
Low Five Ghost
In the episode, "See You There," it is revealed that Hi Five Ghost has a brother and rival whose name is Low Five Ghost. Low Five Ghost looks almost identical to his brother, except that Low Five Ghost has a bit of scruff where his "chin" would be, and wears teal sunglasses. His personality is that of a wild teenager, similar to Rigby. Low Five Ghost also has the power to turn non-ghosts into ghosts. His personality grows into a more serious grown-up like one, as seen in "The Postcard".
Hi Five Ghost's Father
In "See You There," Hi Five Ghost's father is also introduced. He remains unnamed except for "Dad" to Hi Five and Low Five. Their father is also the only one in the Ghost family who knows how to change people from ghosts back into their normal form. Hi Five Ghost and Low Five Ghost look like their dad except their dad has a beard where his "chin" would be.
- Hi Five (or High Five)
- Hi Fives (or High Fives)
- Hi Five Ghost
- Undead - Hi Five is shown to be a ghost and lives and interacts with others, even though he's a ghost.
- Hi Five Ghost possesses several human qualities, including being shown to age in his flashbacks in "Exit 9B" (where his mother is apparently human), and dying in both Halloween Specials, though his ghost-form in those stories is identical to his normal appearance.
- Trumpet Player - In "This Is My Jam", it is shown that Hi Five Ghost can play the trumpet, even though Muscle Man blows into the mouth piece.
- Levitation- Hi Five Ghost can float instead of walk and never gets tired of doing it.
- Intangibility - As revealed by his brother, they can go through solid walls and objects. He has demonstrated this ability in numerous episodes, such as "Prankless", and "Caveman."
- This ability varies from episode to episode; on some occasions, such as in "Firework Run," Hi Five Ghost has been tied up, or hit in a fight.
- Ability to Form a Shield - In "Gut Model," it was revealed that Hi Five Ghost can turn into a spherical shield. He used this ability again in "The Last Laserdisc Player" to protect the LaserDisc player.
- Pranks - He is a master pranker alongside Muscle Man.
- Hot Wiring - He can also hot-wire a car to go very fast, as seen in the episode "My Mom."
Hi Five Ghost-Themed Content
- Hi Five Ghost's Father ("See You There")
- Muscle Man and Hi Five Ghost's Trailer (Several episodes)
- Muscle Man and Hi Five Ghost's TV ("Rage Against the TV")
- Goof: Despite his name, Hi Five Ghost is shown to only have four fingers. Though, his four other hands have five fingers. His name may reference the 'high-five' position his main hand is in.
- The credits credited J.G. Quintel, Mordecai's voice actor, for voicing him in "Caffeinated Concert Tickets" and "Rigby's Body", even though Jeff Bennett voiced him. Though, Quintel voices him in season two and onward.
- Despite having the usual traits attributed to a ghost, such as levitation and transparency, Hi-Five can be touched, as evidenced by his usual hand slaps with Muscleman. He can also get hurt, as he sustained some bruises in the episodes "Rage Against the TV", "The Night Owl", "The Heart of a Stuntman", and when Muscle Man punches Hi-Five in "Jinx".
- In "See You There", Low Five Ghost stated that ghosts can't be touched by anything except by another ghost, but Hi Five Ghost usually is seen high-"fiving" with Muscle Man.
- He can also change color; sometimes he is green and sometimes he's white.
- In "Exit 9B", he was shown as a baby ghost in the past, with what appears to be a human mother holding him. He was also shown as a high school student, with shaggy brown hair and a green army-style jacket.
- In "Exit 9B," identity files about him show his height to be 5'7". In the same files, his weight is listed as N/A, which may indicate he weighs nothing at all.
- In the episode "Trucker Hall of Fame," Hi Five Ghost is seen crying a lot when he's at a funeral, which is why Benson wants Mordecai and Rigby go with Muscle Man because Hi Five Ghost doesn't handle these sort of things well.
- He was talking to a girl throughout the whole rollerblading area in "Bald Spot".
- He was also slow dancing with her in "TGI Tuesday".
- In "Guy's Night," it's revealed that he drank a gallon of creamed corn for a tote bag.
- It was revealed in "Exit 9B" that when Hi Five Ghost signs things he spells it "Hi 5 Ghost".
- He's the only character that has a shadow, despite being a ghost.
- HFG still possesses some skills and traits of a ghost, yet others of a living human being.
- In "The Postcard", it is revealed that Hi Five Ghost likes Downtempo Electronica, has a soft spot for aquariums, does not own a phone, and has a love interest named Celia.
- In "New Bro on Campus" , it is revealed that he is originally from Wichita, Kansas.
- Hi Five Ghost is now the most undeveloped main character since Thomas left.
- He speaks more often in Seasons 3-6.
- My Mom
- Rage Against the TV
- Party Pete
- Benson Be Gone
- This Is My Jam
- Muscle Woman
- Temp Check
- See You There
- Grave Sights
- Over the Top (flashback)
- The Night Owl
- More Smarter
- First Day
- Go Viral (semi-antagonist)
- Karaoke Video
- Terror Tales of the Park
- Slam Dunk (antagonist)
- Cool Bikes
- Under the Hood
- Fortune Cookie
- Gut Model
- Big Winner
- Trash Boat
- Fuzzy Dice
- Sugar Rush
- Exit 9B
- Starter Pack
- Terror Tales of the Park II
- Bald Spot
- Guy's Night
- One Pull Up
- The Christmas Special
- TGI Tuesday
- Firework Run
- The Longest Weekend
- Skips' Stress
- Trailer Trashed
- The Last Laserdisc Player
- Country Club
- World's Best Boss
- Last Meal
- Sleep Fighter
- Party Re-Pete
- Steak Me Amadeus
- Every Meat Burritos
- A Skips in Time
- Survival Skills
- Terror Tales of the Park III
- Bank Shot
- Power Tower
- The Thanksgiving Special
- The Heart of a Stuntman
- Dodge This
- The Postcard
- Journey to the Bottom of the Crash Pit
- Saving Time
- Return of Mordecai and the Rigbys
- Expert or Liar
- Catching the Wave
- Gold Watch
- Take the Cake
- Thomas Fights Back
- Bachelor Party! Zingo!!
- Tent Trouble
- New Bro on Campus (antagonist in Muscle Man's story to end)
- Terror Tales of the Park IV
- The End of Muscle Man
- The Real Thomas
- The White Elephant Gift Exchange
- Park Managers' Lunch
- Married and Broke
- Format Wars II
Minor or Mentioned
- Skips Strikes (cameo)
- Rap It Up
- Skips vs. Technology (cameo)
- The Best Burger in the World
- Fists of Justice
- Trucker Hall of Fame
- Out of Commission
- The Best VHS in the World
- Laundry Woes (cameo)
- Benson's Car
- Wall Buddy (cameo)
- New Year's Kiss
- Portable Toilet
- I Like You Hi
- Paint Job
- Skips in the Saddle
Overall: 111 Appearances
The gallery for Hi Five Ghost can be viewed here.
Main Characters of Regular Show