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|Voiced by:||Roger Craig Smith|
|Appears in:||"The Heart of a Stuntman"|
Timmy is a boy in Regular Show who appeared in the episode "The Heart of a Stuntman." He is 10 years old and always has a themed birthday party at The Park (apparently dating back to when he was a baby, though this contradicts the show's timeline as to how long Benson, Mordecai, Rigby and others have been working at The Park).
Timmy is deeply beloved by all Park employees, who always work hard to make sure his parties go off without a hitch (Mordecai and Rigby even willingly perform their much-hated task of setting up chairs for a party without complaining for Timmy). He in turn appreciates the Park employees for always making his parties special, and is excited to see "Uncle Benson."
When the entertainment for his stuntman-themed 10th birthday party dropped out at the last minute, Mordecai, Rigby, Hi-5 Ghost and Muscle Man all risked their lives going to stuntman college so they could perform the stunt for his party. They were also all shown to keep pictures from Timmy's previous parties in their wallets. Though the resultant stunt went poorly because Rigby and Muscle Man were in full-body casts, Timmy still loved it and thanked them, reinforcing RIgby's love of "that little guy."
Timmy is 10-year-old white human boy with brown hair and some freckles. At his 10th birthday party, he was seen wearing a towel like a superhero cape, and playing a handheld video game.
Timmy is held in high esteem by everyone at The Park, who put a great deal of time and energy into throwing him special themed birthday parties. He is shown to be grateful and appreciative of their hard work, and looks forward to his birthday at the Park each year.
- Timmy may be a parody of the recurring sitcom/TV drama trope of a guest character who has a long history with the series regulars, despite never being seen or referenced before.