|"Over the Top"|
|Season 2, Episode 21|
|Premiere date:||May 23, 2011|
|Directed by:||Mike Roth|
"Really Real Wrestling"
"The Night Owl"
Over the Top is the twenty-first episode of season two (and thirty-third episode overall) of Regular Show airing May 23, 2011. On its premiere, it attracted 1.957 million views worldwide.
In a flashback, Skips accidentally kills Rigby during an arm-wrestling match. In the present, Skips arm-wrestles with Death to bring Rigby back to life.
Mordecai, Benson, Pops, Skips and a doctor were in the hospital looking at the corpse of Rigby on a stretcher. Then, the doctor closes Rigby's eyes and covers him with a blanket. Mordecai, Pops, and Benson frown sadly, and Mordecai says to Skips "You couldn't let it go. Well, I hope you got what you wanted", and all except Skips leave.
Then, Skips has a flashback, in which Benson is complimenting how Skips is the strongest at McHooligan's as almost all of them arm wrestle him and lose and that is when he Rigby asks for a challenge. Rigby beats him using a prank called the PlayCo Armboy (which is revealed by Mordecai later in the episode), which only Mordecai knows about so far, leaving Skips furious; he demands a rematch and loses again.
The next day Pops comforts Skips telling him he just had a bad day, then Skips thanks him and goes off to face Rigby. After Rigby refuses to wrestle he breaks the duo's game system. Later in his house, Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson walk in and Benson tells Skips he has to pay for their game system which Skips says he will after he faces Rigby which he does but still loses; later, they are all going back to McHooligan's expect Skips when Hi Five Ghost "calls shotgun." Mordecai then realizes he forgot his drink ticket and walks into his room when he finds Skips looking through Rigby's stuff which makes the former tell Skips that Rigby was just pranking him with a device called the "PlayCo Armboy." Skips looks it up on the internet and finds out Rigby's secret.
When they are all at McHooligan's, Skips enters, challenges Rigby, and reveals the PlayCo Armboy; then, Skips arm wrestles Rigby without the PlayCo Armboy and smashes him against the table (which the force of him going through the table kills him).
Now, Skips is looking at Rigby's dead body back at the hospital when Death enters and they arm wrestle with a ghost being the referee; Skips gets to keep Rigby if he won, but be taken instead if he lost. The table starts floating up in the air and spinning wildly. As Skips is about to lose, he uses the PlayCo Armboy and beats Death. Once Death leaves on his motorcycle, Rigby wakes up and insists on pranking the others while Skips replies he had too much pranks for the day and they leave the hospital.
- Skips (semi-antagonist until the end)
- Muscle Man (flashback)
- Hi Five Ghost (flashback)
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