|"Rap It Up"|
|Season 3, Episode 9|
|Premiere date:||November 21, 2011|
|Directed by:||Mike Roth|
Rap it Up is the name of the ninth episode of season three (and forty-ninth episode overall) of Regular Show. It premiered on November 21, 2011, receiving 2.142 million views worldwide.
Pops faces off against a group of rappers, called "CrewCrew", by using poetry.
Mordecai and Rigby are watching CrewCrew, a famed group of rappers, engage in rapping battles at the Park's Snack Bar. All's well until Pops shows up, mistaking CrewCrew's rapping for poetry, and shares a bit of his own. CrewCrew calls Pops a loser for that, making Pops mad and challenging them to a rap battle. Mordecai and Rigby join Pops, knowing he would lose if he doesn't know how to rap.
At the house, the three try practicing how to rap, but Pops ends up quitting due to the rude nature of rapping. He also quits because Rigby showed him what rap is. Everything goes downhill from there, starting with Pops buying green poetry suits. Mordecai and Rigby call the suits embarrassing and say they are not going. However, with a little bit of sage advice from Skips, the duo go to the rap battle to support Pops.
When they get there, Pops is losing the battle. But once they get there, Pops gains more courage and starts reciting poetry in an epic way. Demel-Ishun starts rapping and making fun of Rigby. Rigby kills her by reciting poetry and saying the word show which lands on her and crushes her. Blitz Comet and Alpha-Dog run out of the way just in time. Then Blitz Comebacks to make fun of Mordecai, but Mordecai recites poetry which makes him grow wings and fly off, which probably killed him. Finally, Alpha-Dog raps to make fun of Pops but ends up getting exploded. By donning Shakespearean-era clothing, the three defeat CrewCrew with poetry. Just when they thought they wouldn't be called losers, Muscle Man mocks their choice of clothing, calling them losers.
- Alpha-Dog (antagonist)
- Blitz Comet (antagonist)
- Demel-Ishun (antagonist)
- V-Tron (semi-antagonist)
- Francois (semi-antagonist)
- Tyler the Creator (Big Trouble & Blitz Comet)
- Childish Gambino (Alpha Dog)
- MC Lyte (Demel-Ishun)
- William Salyers (Francois, Rigby)
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