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|Species:||Human (naked, inside a TV box)|
|Voiced by:||Sam Marin|
|First appearance:||"That's My Television"|
|Latest appearance:||"Lunch Break"|
RGB2 is a celebrity from a 1980's sitcom. He desperately wished to escape, but the greedy studio executives refused. At a DVD signing, Mordecai and Rigby win the autographed DVD set, and learn of RGB2's tale. They vow to help him escape and get to the Pine Mountains. After a thrilling escape from the executives (deputizing government agents) and crazed fans, they make it to the Pine Mountains, which turns out to be a gas station. RGB2 thanks them for their help. They climb onto the billboard to view the sunset, and RGB2 asks Mordecai and Rigby to let him see the view with his true eyes. They open him up to reveal a naked old man inside. He signs the postcard, thanking them, and pauses. Thinking he is dead, Mordecai closes his eyes. But RGB2 opens his eyes and says that he isn't dead and rests again.
He is later confirmed to have survived in "The Thanksgiving Special" and "Terror Tales of the Park III," where he was part of Rick Buckner's Thanksgiving song. He also attended Thanksgiving Dinner at the Park. Recently he appeared in a crossover with Carter and Briggs in the episode "Paint Job".
- His name is a parody of R2D2.
- RGB2's background is very similar to real television stars' stories.
- RGB is the abbreviation for red green blue the colors for TVs.
Overall: 7 Appearances