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"Terror Tales of the Park" is the fourth episode of Season Three (and forty-fourth episode overall) of Regular Show and the first Halloween special of the series. It first aired on October 10, 2011.


Mordecai, Rigby and the other groundskeepers tell each other scary stories.


First, Pops tells a story about a doll who likes to draw on people's faces. Mordecai, Rigby, Skips, Muscle Man, and Hi Five Ghost are displeased with Pops' not-so-scary tale. Pops remains oblivious to this fact, and states that Percy's scariest trait was his "unusual desire to mark on things." This leaves Muscle Man to claim that Pops' story was lame.

Muscle Man then tells a story about crashing cars into the crash pit. Upon finishing the story, Rigby tells him that it wasn't any better than Pops' story, which leads Muscle Man to challenge Rigby to tell a better story.

Rigby tells a story about being turned into a house by an evil wizard, after egging his house. Once the story is over, Muscle Man calls the story weak and Rigby surprises everyone by turning into the said wizard, breaking the fourth wall as he wishes the audience a happy halloween.


Stories only




  • This episode contains three shorts, and it's the first half-hour episode of the series.
  • This is the first half-hour Halloween special of the series.
  • It is revealed that the park has a giant hole where Muscle Man and Hi Five Ghost wreck cars in, which they call the Crash Pit. However, it wasn't proven to exist until "The Best Burger in the World."
  • A picture of Eileen is revealed to be inside of the house after Rigby turned into it on the third short-implying he has feelings for her but doesn't like to show it as of this point in the show.
  • This is the first official episode in which Muscle Man dies.
  • The car Muscle Man drove into the Crash Pit is a 1977 Ford LTD II.

Episode Connections

  • Mordecai does the the same fart trick to Rigby that JG Quintel did in his pilot short. (TV: 2 in the AM PM)
  • Five sequels followed this episode annually every season, until the show ended in Season 8.
  • Skull Punch have a cameo in season four making Muscle Man's story true. (TV: Exit 9B)
  • Scenes from this episode are seen in season four (TV: Exit 9B) and in season eight (TV: Meet the Seer).

Pop Culture References

  • The franchise this episode creates is a parody of The Simpsons' "Treehouse Of Horror" Halloween series.
  • "Creepy Doll" is a reference to the 1988 film Child's Play.
  • "In the House" is a reference to The Evil Dead franchise.
  • When Muscle Man was skinned alive by the Halloween Wizard, his body accurately resembles the Colossus Titan from the anime Attack on Titan.

Production Notes

  • Outside of on television, the stories are reversed. First "In the House", then "Creepy Doll" and "Death Metal Crash Pit", and no Halloween Special intro occurs. The full special is only aired in order around Halloween. During other times of the year, "In the House" airs as a separate episode from "Creepy Doll" and "Death Metal Crash Pit" and vice versa.
  • This episode received almost two million views worldwide.


Creepy Doll

  • Pop's record player disappears in close up shots and reappears in long shots.
  • When Mordecai is looking through Pops' room through the keyhole, the door handle is gold.
  • When Mordecai is trying to break into Pops' room, the pattern of the door changes and the doorknob is positioned differently when he enters the room.
  • There are no items in a nearby box when Percy dies.
  • The candy next to Rigby changes from Yellow to Brown and back Yellow

Death Metal Crash Pit

  • Harold (the lead singer of Death Punch) sometimes has his teeth coloured the same as his skin. They are shown as white in other frames though.

In The House

  • Albeit in a story, Rigby is shown to be able to eat raw eggs with no trouble. However, "Eggscellent" shows that he is allergic to fully cooked omelettes.

Alternate Versions


Death Metal Crash Pit

  • "Do you know who else likes to get headbutted in the face?" was changed to "Do you know who else likes to get roundhouse-kicked in the face?"

In the House

  • The loud gunshots that come after Muscle Man getting dragged away were cut.
  • Muscle Man entering Rigby's house without any skin was cut.
  • Hi Five Ghost's ectoplasm spraying over Mordecai and Skips was cut, along with Benson's reaction.
  • Mordecai getting thrown into a bookshelf was cut.
  • "Show yourself! Bad show, very bad show!" was cut.
  • Mordecai getting up from the bookshelf was cut.

Official Releases

  • On iTunes and Amazon Prime, the episode was released under "Volume Three". It was released digitally on October 10, 2011, for the price of $2.99 in HD, or $1.99 in SD.
  • This episode is available as part of the following DVD sets: