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This page is about the character, for the song, see Summertime Loving, Loving in the Summer (Time)
|Home:||Rigby's mind (formerly)|
|Hair color:||None (bald)|
|Voiced by:||Sean Szeles|
|First appearance:||"This Is My Jam"|
|Latest appearance:||"Exit 9B"|
Summertime Song is the main antagonist in "This Is My Jam". It also appeared in "Exit 9B". In the episode "This Is My Jam", Mordecai and Rigby find an old cassette tape while cleaning out the gutters of the house titled "Summertime Loving, Loving in the Summer (Time)" by a fictional band named Solid Bold. Soon enough, they give the tape another listen for nostalgia's sake. Mordecai mentions he found the song cool for one summer in junior high. They soon shut it off, thinking it to be lame. Rigby begins to hum the song throughout the rest of the day. Mordecai is miffed by his behavior. After the song starts to possess Rigby, Mordecai becomes frightened. They go to Skips who tells them that just sleeping it off would the the trick. That night when Rigby began dreaming, Summertime Song (character) is released. When Rigby woke up, Summertime Song (character) was in his room, dancing and playing the song.
It interferes with everybody in The Park. Having had enough, Mordecai asks Rigby for a list of things he likes and puts them into a song, therefore creating Aw, Snap!, the way to destroy Summertime Song. However, Summertime Song is not defeated, until Benson plays drums for Aw, Snap! After losing an audio battle to Aw, Snap!, Summertime Song accepts defeat and its body begins to rip open, destroying him. On a side note, Mordecai defeated Summertime Song simply by hitting it with a pole in "Exit 9B", causing the tapes inside to shoot out and the song to speed up before turning off.
Summertime Song appears to be the tape personified. It has two arms and two legs: thin, black lines. It wears red wayfarers.
- Summertime Song can touch people and physical matter, but people can't physically touch it because it's basically music (as Mordecai puts it, "You can't touch music, but music can touch you").
- Though on an interesting side-note, Mordecai could simply destroy Summertime Song with a baseball bat in Exit 9B. This is possibly because of some flaw associated with Bobby Ferguson Jr's revival process in which certain revived antagonists are weaker.
- It's only weakness is really catchy songs such as Aw, Snap!
- In the audio fight, the Summertime Song and the Regular Show Gang emit an illusional guitarist, each wielding a guitar. Both are colored a different color: purple and green. This is a reference to Big Trouble in Little China, where Egg Shen and David Lopan have a sorcerers duel, using illusionary Chinese warriors, one purple (Shen) and one green(Lopan).
- It reappears in the Season 4 special Exit 9B as one of the many villains resurrected by a portal created by Garrett Bobby Ferguson Jr. It was later destroyed by Mordecai.
- In This Is My Jam, it is revealed that Summertime Song can pass through walls since it's music, which is sound. The thicker a wall is, the harder it may be for it to pass through.