Regular Show Wiki
Broom This article is under the scope of the Episode Cleanup Project and has yet to be cleaned up to a higher standard of quality. It may contain errors, spelling, grammar and structure issues, or inconsistent formats. Reader's discretion is advised until fixing is done.

You can help clean up this page by correcting spelling and grammar, removing factual errors and rewriting sections to ensure they are clear and concise, and moving some elements when appropriate.

This article is about the episode. For the objects, click here.

"Fists of Justice" is the twenty-fourth episode in Season Three (and sixty-fourth episode overall) of Regular Show. It first aired on April 30, 2012.


Mordecai and Rigby do Skips' work at the park so Skips can fight a long-time enemy of the Guardians of Eternal Youth.


The episode begins with a meteor with a pair of eyes on it flying through space. The scene then changes to Mordecai and Rigby playing Alley Fight Dudes, when Skips comes in, wishing to collect on a coupon that would make Mordecai and Rigby do Skips' chores for one day that he got as a last minute gift from them for his birthday six months ago. Skips reveals that if his chores aren't done, the world will come to an end. Mordecai and Rigby reluctantly agree to do them.

All of the jobs are soon completed, except for moving Pops' harpsichord. After several strained attempts, Mordecai and Rigby manage to lift it, but with difficulty, due to its weight. To make matters worse, they end up getting it stuck in the front door, to which Rigby wants to call Skips to help out, but Mordecai refuses, citing their promise to Skips. Once Benson appears, though, and tells them to get it out of the doorway (calling it a fire hazard), Mordecai agrees to call Skips.

The scene cuts to Skips surrounded by candles, meditating in his house, when the phone rings. The answering machine picks up, and Mordecai and Rigby explain the situation. They begin to constantly annoy Skips until he finally picks up the phone and agrees to help. Unfortunately, Skips, ends up getting his fingers crushed, when Rigby accidentally shuts the harpsichord's lid on them, after disconnecting the lid's support. Before Skips can explain what he was preparing for, Gary appears to collect Skips to fight Klorgbane the Destroyer. Mordecai and Rigby hide in the back of Gary's El Camino, worried for Skips' life. They soon arrive at the palace of the Guardians of Eternal Youth and Skips is given the Fists of Justice to use for battle. Mordecai and Rigby get out of the trunk and try to warn Skips not to fight anyone because Rigby broke his hands, but Skips tells them to forget about the coupon they gave him. Klorgbane soon arrives after a 157-year span, and once again battles Skips. Skips' broken fingers, prevent him from doing any real damage to Klorgbane without hurting himself and he is soon defeated. Mordecai asks the Guardians to let him and Rigby use the Fists of Justice, but are refused. But once one of the Guardians steps up to battle Klorgbane and is immediately killed, the remaining Guardians agree to let Mordecai and Rigby use the Fists.

Mordecai and Rigby at first have trouble controlling the fists, but once Skips tells that they're controlled like a normal game controller, they finally get them under control and easily defeat Klorgbane, who shouts that he will return as he is sent flying through space. As thanks, the Guardians allow Mordecai and Rigby to choose any kind of gift that they want. They end up asking the Guardians to help move Pops' harpsichord out of the door, which they do.





  • The Guardians of Eternal Youth are revealed to have an evil brother named Klorgbane who Skips must fight every 157 years.
  • One of the Guardians of Eternal Youth is revealed to be named Archibald who immediately gets killed by Klorgbane. Thus reducing the Guardians of Eternal Youth from five members to four members.
  • Klorgbane does not return after this episode.

Episode Connections[]

  • This is a sequel to the season one episode Free Cake.


  • The Fist Of Justice did not have clench of hands shape at the endpoints of the gloves when they're shown for the first time
  • Rigby is shown pushing the buttons in his Fist of Justice with his right hand although he is wearing it on his left hand.

Alternate Versions[]


  • Archibald dropping to the ground was cut.