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James Garland Quintel,[1] , or simply known as JG Quintel (pronounced Quin-tell),[2] is the creator of Regular Show.  He also voices Mordecai and Hi-Five Ghost after his introductory episode.

Outside from Regular Show, he is also the creator of the HBO Max series Close Enough and has worked with other shows on Cartoon Network such as The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Camp Lazlo, and Adventure Time.[3]

Early life

Quintel was born on September 13, 1982, in Kings County, California,[1], the son of Terri (née Morris), and James Allen Quintel (b. 1952).[4] He has one younger brother, named Payton Dean (b. 1984),[5] who enjoys playing bass guitar. The brothers bonded by using Lego men and crude paper cutouts to create several short film projects for school, noting that this was a different approach compared to others who used dioramas, presentation boards, and writing papers.[6] Quintel also attended art classes as a child.[7]

Growing up he watched quite a few cartoons that he claimed helped inspire him to make his own cartoon: The Simpsons, Beavis and Butt-Head, Rocko's Modern Life, The Ren & Stimpy Show, The Smurfs, He-Man, Transformers, G.I. Joe, Ghostbusters, Inspector Gadget, DuckTales, Animaniacs, Batman: The Animated Series, TailSpin, Bobby's World and other cartoons made by Warner Bros. and Disney.[8]

He began attending high school in Hanford, California in 1997 and graduated shortly after May 2000.[9]

After high school, Quintel attended the California Institute of the Arts, also known as "CalArts", as part of a summer program. However, it wasn't as easy to attend afterward. He was not accepted at first, causing him to feel "a bit depressed". He would attend two other colleges, College of the Sequoias and College of the Canyons in the meantime while trying to get accepted in CalArts.[10] He would eventually be accepted in. JG obtained an internship at Cartoon Network Studios to work on the Star Wars: Clone Wars television series.[6] Quintel had originally wanted to be an animator, but when he learned how much work it involved he decided to focus more on being a storyboard artist.[7]

Other shows and movies

In the past, JG Quintel has worked on numerous other television shows and movies such as The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Phineas and Ferb, Adventure Time, Star Wars: Clone Wars, Camp Lazlo, Horton Hears a Who, 2 In the AM PM and The Naïve Man From Lolliland. (all information may be found at

He also worked on an adult animated show on HBO Max called Close Enough, which premiered on July 9, 2020. [11] He also voices the main character once again.

On June 14, 2024, the Annecy Animation Film Festival announced that Quintel will serve as showrunner on an adult television adaption for Jillian Tamaki's webcomic SuperMutant Magic Academy for Adult Swim.[12]


College films

One of his first films as an animator was in "2 in the AM PM". It is notably much more vulgar than Regular Show, including swearing and drug use, but it does have some of the same character ideas and voices as in Regular Show. Quintel later entered 2 in the AM PM at the 2007 Spike & Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation.[13] Another film he made was "The Naive Man from Lolliland" in which Sam Marin voiced all of the characters, including the waiter and a prototype Pops. This short was made from a draw of adding words in a hat, with whatever word someone got they had to make a short based on that word. Quintel received "lollipop", thus creating the Lolliland short.[10] Lolliland later won an award at the Nicktoons Film Festival.[14] J.G. also planned to create another short film in college (which was where the Mordecai character was created), but the short was never completed. The plot was about animals escaping from a zoo.[7] Rigby was created after Quintel drew a raccoon on a post-it note while working on Flapjack.[10] While still attending CalArts, he worked as a storyboard artist on Camp Lazlo.[9]

Flapjack and Regular Show

After graduating from CalArts in 2006, he worked as an animator in the credits of the 2008 movie Horton Hears a Who! and as a storyboard artist on the Phineas and Ferb episode, "Jerk de Soleil".

He has worked with Thurop Van Orman (of The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack fame) and Pendleton Ward (of Adventure Time fame) at least once. He was a regular crew member on Flapjack and helped write the Adventure Time episode, "Ocean of Fear", before leaving to work on his own creation: Regular Show.

Quintel created Regular Show as a short and potential series for Cartoonstitute, a show that showed shorts by people who wanted to try to get a show picked up, similar to What a Cartoon!. He used the characters from his college films to make the short.[7] Original titles considered for the show included Normal Show and Weird Show, with JG deciding the latter was "too on the nose."[10] Although Quintel thought the show lacked commercial appeal, the show was nonetheless greenlit in 2009.[14][15]

When JG was asked what the influences for the show were, he replied: "I grew up on The Simpsons. I also really liked Rocko’s Modern Life and I was lucky enough to work on Camp Lazlo as well. Some of the stylistic elements of those shows worked their way into my style. The round eyes, the Muppet-looking characters, these were elements that I grew up with and studied at school."[7]

After being asked what he plans in the future, Quintel answered: "I want to keep going with Regular Show. Then eventually, I’d like to make another show. I’ll probably take a big break, catch my breath, then start looking around and try to develop something new."[7]

On June 12, 2024, a new Regular Show series was announced at the Annecy Animation Film Festival, with Quintel returning as showrunner.[16]

Boarded episodes

Quintel notes that he had storyboarded episodes more often in the first two seasons, but as other storyboard artists had adjusted more to the setting and drawing the characters, he began storyboarding less as a result in the third season. Nonetheless, he still oversaw production on the show as executive producer and showrunner and was still a member of the writing staff.[17] The episodes Quintel storyboarded can be viewed below.

Season 1

  1. "The Power"
  2. "Caffeinated Concert Tickets" (with Mike Roth)
  3. "Death Punchies" (with Mike Roth and Jake Armstrong)
  4. "Prank Callers" (with Mike Roth and Kent Osborne)
  5. "Don" (with Benton Connor and Kat Morris)
  6. "Rigby's Body" (with Mike Roth)

Season 2

  1. "Rage Against the TV" (with Mike Roth and John Infantino)
  2. "See You There"
  3. "First Day"
  4. "Skunked" (with Sean Szeles)

Season 3

  1. "Terror Tales of the Park" ("Creepy Doll")
  2. "Eggscellent"
  3. "Replaced" (with Mike Roth and John Infantino)


  1. "Pilot"
  2. "2 in the AM PM"
  3. "The Naive Man from Lolliland"

Directed episodes

Season 4

  1. "The Christmas Special" (with Mike Roth)

Season 5

  1. "The Thanksgiving Special" (with Mike Roth)

Season 6

  1. "The Real Thomas"

Voice credits

Quintel provides the voice of Mordecai and uses his regular speaking voice to voice him.[18] When asked why he made the decision to voice Mordecai, Quintel responded: "I had done the voice of Mordecai in my student film, so when it came up and I was making a short I really wanted to do the voice again because I felt like he was already done. But the studio actually made me try out real actors because I’m not an actor and we did a whole casting call. We tried out a bunch of different voices, but in the end, I really wanted to be Mordecai and I got to be [him]."[19] Quintel also auditioned to voice other characters on the show.[20] In addition to Mordecai, he also voices Hi-Five Ghost, and has voiced him since "Caffeinated Concert Tickets", replacing Jeff Bennett, who voiced the character in his debut episode "Just Set Up the Chairs". The reason for the casting change is unknown.

As he is not a working voice actor for other shows, Quintel mainly voices the two above. Nonetheless, he occasionally provided voices for background characters, such as the Baby Ducks.

The following list below contains the characters Quintel is credited for voicing.

Season 1

  1. "The Power" - Mordecai
  2. "Just Set Up the Chairs" - Mordecai
  3. "Caffeinated Concert Tickets" - Mordecai, Llama Guy, Hi Five Ghost
  4. "Death Punchies" - Mordecai
  5. "Free Cake" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  6. "Meat Your Maker" - Mordecai, Hot Dog #2
  7. "Grilled Cheese Deluxe" - Mordecai
  8. "The Unicorns Have Got to Go" - Mordecai, Unicorn #5
  9. "Prank Callers" - Mordecai, Clerk
  10. "Don" - Mordecai
  11. "Rigby's Body" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  12. "Mordecai and the Rigbys" - Mordecai

Season 2

  1. "Ello Gov'nor" - Mordecai, Cricket #6, Movie Guy
  2. "It's Time" - Mordecai, Pajama Sister
  3. "Appreciation Day" - Mordecai
  4. "Peeps" - Mordecai
  5. "Dizzy" - Mordecai
  6. "My Mom" - Mordecai
  7. "High Score" - Mordecai
  8. "Rage Against the TV" - Mordecai
  9. "Party Pete" - Mordecai
  10. "Brain Eraser" - Mordecai
  11. "Benson Be Gone" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  12. "But I Have a Receipt" - Mordecai
  13. "This Is My Jam" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost (latter uncredited)
  14. "Muscle Woman" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  15. "Temp Check" - Mordecai, Bird, Hi Five Ghost
  16. "Jinx" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  17. "See You There" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  18. "Do Me a Solid" - Mordecai
  19. "Grave Sights" - Mordecai
  20. "Really Real Wrestling" - Mordecai, Double Trouble
  21. "Over the Top" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  22. "The Night Owl" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Security Guard
  23. "A Bunch of Baby Ducks" - Mordecai, Duck, Super Duck
  24. "More Smarter" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Computer Voice
  25. "First Day" - Mordecai
  26. "Go Viral" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  27. "Skunked" - Mordecai
  28. "Karaoke Video" - Mordecai

Season 3

  1. "Stick Hockey" - Mordecai
  2. "Bet to Be Blonde" - Mordecai
  3. "Skips Strikes" - Mordecai
  4. "Terror Tales of the Park" ("Creepy Doll" and "Death Metal Crash Pit") - Mordecai
  5. "Terror Tales of the Park" ("In the House") - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  6. "Camping Can Be Cool" - Mordecai
  7. "Slam Dunk" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  8. "Cool Bikes" - Mordecai
  9. "House Rules" - Mordecai, Unicorn #2, Video Game
  10. "Rap It Up" - Mordecai
  11. "Cruisin'" - Mordecai, Detective #1, Snowman
  12. "Under the Hood" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  13. "Weekend at Benson's" - Mordecai
  14. "Fortune Cookie" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  15. "Think Positive" - Mordecai
  16. "Skips vs. Technology" - Mordecai
  17. "Butt Dial" - Mordecai
  18. "Eggscellent" - Mordecai, Trucker 2
  19. "Gut Model" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  20. "Video Game Wizards" - Mordecai, Video Game
  21. "Big Winner" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  22. "The Best Burger in the World" - Mordecai
  23. "Replaced" - Mordecai, Pizza Guy, Dude
  24. "Trash Boat" - Mordecai
  25. "Fists of Justice" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  26. "Yes Dude Yes" - Mordecai
  27. "Busted Cart" - Mordecai, Hillbilly
  28. "Dead at Eight" - Mordecai
  29. "Access Denied" - Mordecai
  30. "Muscle Mentor" - Mordecai
  31. "Trucker Hall of Fame" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Kid
  32. "Out of Commission" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Smarten Karten
  33. "Fancy Restaurant" - Mordecai, Fancy Goon
  34. "Diary" - Mordecai
  35. "The Best VHS in the World" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  36. "Prankless" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  37. "Death Bear" - Mordecai, Animal Control Soldier #1
  38. "Fuzzy Dice" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  39. "Sugar Rush" - Mordecai
  40. "Bad Kiss" - Mordecai

Season 4

  1. "Exit 9B" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Bunch of Baby Ducks
  2. "Starter Pack" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  3. "Terror Tales of the Park II" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  4. "Pie Contest" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Promise Pie
  5. "150 Piece Kit" - Mordecai
  6. "Bald Spot" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Guy 3
  7. "Guy's Night" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Milk Creature
  8. "One Pull Up" - Mordecai, Video Game Guy
  9. "The Christmas Special" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Greedy Ranger
  10. "TGI Tuesday" - Mordecai, Guy 1
  11. "Firework Run" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Henchman 3
  12. "The Longest Weekend" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  13. "Sandwich of Death" - Mordecai, Guy #1, Guard
  14. "Ace Balthazar Lives" - Mordecai, Witness 3
  15. "Do or Diaper" - Mordecai
  16. "Quips" - Mordecai
  17. "Caveman" - Mordecai
  18. "That's My Television" - Mordecai, Guy #1
  19. "A Bunch of Full Grown Geese" - Mordecai, Duck Man, Baby Duck 1
  20. "Fool Me Twice" - Mordecai
  21. "Limousine Lunchtime" - Mordecai
  22. "Picking Up Margaret" - Mordecai, Tommy, Jackie
  23. "K.I.L.I.T. Radio" - Mordecai
  24. "Carter and Briggs" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  25. "Skips' Stress" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  26. "Cool Cubed" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  27. "Trailer Trashed" - Mordecai, Meeny, Les, Eeny
  28. "Meteor Moves" - Mordecai
  29. "Family BBQ" - Mordecai
  30. "The Last Laserdisc Player" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  31. "Country Club" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Long Hair Guy
  32. "Blind Trust" - Mordecai
  33. "World's Best Boss" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  34. "Last Meal" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  35. "Sleep Fighter" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Huggstable #4
  36. "Party Re-Pete" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Commercial Robot Voice
  37. "Steak Me Amadeus" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost

Season 5

  1. "Laundry Woes" - Mordecai
  2. "Silver Dude" - Mordecai
  3. "Benson's Car" - Mordecai
  4. "Every Meat Burritos" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Jim
  5. "Wall Buddy" - Mordecai
  6. "A Skips in Time" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Car
  7. "Survival Skills" - Mordecai
  8. "Terror Tales of the Park III" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  9. "Tants" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  10. "Bank Shot" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  11. "Power Tower" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  12. "The Thanksgiving Special" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Richard Buckner, Choir
  13. "The Heart of a Stuntman" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  14. "New Year's Kiss" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Robot Phone
  15. "Dodge This" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  16. "Portable Toilet" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  17. "The Postcard" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  18. "Rigby in the Sky With Burrito" - Mordecai
  19. "Journey to the Bottom of the Crash Pit" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Carlock #4
  20. "Saving Time" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  21. "Guitar of Rock" - Mordecai, Driver
  22. "Skips' Story" - Mordecai, Oswald
  23. "Return of Mordecai and the Rigbys" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  24. "Bad Portrait" - Mordecai, Bad Guy
  25. "Video 101" - Mordecai
  26. "I Like You Hi" - Mordecai
  27. "Play Date" - Mordecai
  28. "Expert or Liar" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Strong Johns
  29. "Catching the Wave" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  30. "Gold Watch" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  31. "Paint Job" - Mordecai, Echoey Whispers
  32. "Take the Cake" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Street Man
  33. "Skips in the Saddle" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  34. "Thomas Fights Back" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  35. "Bachelor Party! Zingo!!" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  36. "Tent Trouble" - Mordecai
  37. "Real Date" - Mordecai

Season 6

  1. "Maxin' and Relaxin'" - Mordecai, Teen Mordecai, Middle School Mordecai, Kid Mordecai, Toddler Mordecai
  2. "New Bro on Campus" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Guy 2
  3. "Daddy Issues" - Mordecai, Mascot
  4. "Terror Tales of the Park IV" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  5. "The End of Muscle Man" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  6. "Lift With Your Back" - Mordecai
  7. "Eileen Flat Screen" - Mordecai, Sad Man
  8. "The Real Thomas" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Garbage Can Guy
  9. "The White Elephant Gift Exchange" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  10. "Merry Christmas Mordecai" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  11. "Sad Sax" - Mordecai
  12. "Park Managers Lunch" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  13. "Mordecai and Rigby Down Under" - Mordecai, Operator, Aussie Secret Sevice
  14. "Married and Broke" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  15. "I See Turtles" - Mordecai, Old Man, Spa Worker 2
  16. "Format Wars II" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Dorky Kid
  17. "Happy Birthday Song Contest" - Mordecai, Waiter 2, Randal
  18. "Benson's Suit" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Soldier
  19. "Gamers Never Say Die" - Mordecai
  20. "1000th Chopper Flight Party" - Mordecai
  21. "Party Horse" - Mordecai
  22. "Men in Uniform" - Mordecai, Hi-Five Ghost, Popcorn Guy
  23. "Garage Door" - Mordecai
  24. "Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Duck Man
  25. "Not Great Double Date" - Mordecai
  26. "Death Kwon Do-Livery" - Mordecai, Gurney Intern, CPR Intern
  27. "Lunch Break" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Computer
  28. "Dumped at the Altar" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost

Season 7

  1. "Dumptown USA" - Mordecai, Bum 4
  2. "The Parkie Awards" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, East Pines Guy 1
  3. "The Lunch Club" - Mordecai
  4. "Local News Legend" - Mordecai, Lawn Mower
  5. "The Dome Experiment" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Fake Pops
  6. "Birthday Gift" - Mordecai, Computer Voice
  7. "Cat Videos" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Vacuum
  8. "Struck by Lightning" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  9. "Terror Tales of the Park V" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Guy, Rex
  10. "The Return of Party Horse" - Mordecai, Dad Party Horse, Toga Party Horse
  11. "Sleep Cycle" - Mordecai, Killer
  12. "Just Friends" - Mordecai
  13. "Benson's Pig" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  14. "The Eileen Plan" - Mordecai
  15. "Hello China" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Music Robot
  16. "Crazy Fake Plan" - Mordecai
  17. "Win That Prize" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Zombie
  18. "Snow Tubing" - Mordecai, Ski Employee 2, Tuber 1
  19. "Chili Cook-Off" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  20. "Donut Factory Holiday" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Cop
  21. "Gymblonski" - Mordecai, Student
  22. "Guys Night 2" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Pilot
  23. "Gary's Synthesizer" - Mordecai, Oswald
  24. "California King" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Mountain Climber
  25. "Cube Bros" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Computer Voice
  26. "Maellard's Package" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Delivery Guy
  27. "Rigby Goes to Prom" - Mordecai
  28. "The Button" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  29. "Favorite Shirt" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  30. "Marvolo the Wizard" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Minotaur
  31. "Pops' Favorite Planet" - Mordecai
  32. "Pam I Am" - Mordecai, Guard 5, Delivery Guard
  33. "Lame Lockdown" - Mordecai
  34. "Deez Keys" - Mordecai
  35. "VIP Members Only - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  36. "Rigby's Graduation Day Special" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Producer

Season 8

  1. "One Space Day at a Time" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Newscaster 2
  2. "Cool Bro Bots" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Paul Bunyan
  3. "Welcome to Space" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Reporter 3, Astronaut
  4. "Space Creds" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  5. "Lost and Found" - Mordecai, Bug, Food Court Waiter Robot
  6. "Ugly Moons" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Guard 3
  7. "The Dream Warrior" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Rabbit
  8. "The Brain of Evil" - Mordecai
  9. "Fries Night" - Mordecai
  10. "Spacey McSpaceTree" - Mordecai
  11. "Can You Ear Me Now?" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Ear Dog
  12. "Stuck in an Elevator" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  13. "The Space Race" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Takeshi, Baker
  14. "Operation: Hear No Evil" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Weston
  15. "Space Escape" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Anti-Pops Guard 2
  16. "New Beds" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, George
  17. "Mordeby and Rigbecai" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  18. "Alpha Dome" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Pig Robot
  19. "Terror Tales of the Park VI" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Flying Disk Freestyler
  20. "The Ice Tape" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  21. "The Key to the Universe" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  22. "No Train No Gain" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  23. "Christmas in Space" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  24. "Kill 'Em with Kindness" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  25. "Meet the Seer" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  26. "Cheer Up Pops" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost
  27. "A Regular Epic Final Battle" - Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Oswald

Personal life

Quintel resides in Los Angeles, California.[21] He is married to Cassia Streb; they have one daughter name Lynn Streb Quintel.[22]

Quintel's favorite movie is Wes Anderson's Rushmore. Regular Show has made a reference to Wes Anderson by naming the fictional highschool after him.

Top Ten Favorite Episodes

In an official Cartoon Network video, JG was asked his 10 favorite episodes, which he listed as:

  1. The Power
  2. TGI Tuesday
  3. Terror Tales of the Park (Specifically Creepy Doll)
  4. The Last Laserdisc Player
  5. A Bunch of Full Grown Geese
  6. The Thanksgiving Special
  7. Exit 9B
  8. The Christmas Special
  9. Eggscellent
  10. Skips' Story


External links


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