"Terror Tales of the Park V" Season 7, Episode 9 Production code: 710/711 Premiere date: October 29, 2015 Credits Written &
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Terror Tales of the Park V is the fifth installment of the Terror Tales of the Park series and the ninth episode of Season 7 (and one hundred ninetieth overall) of Regular Show. It aired on October 29, 2015.
Benson tries to spice up the park's annual Halloween party by renting a wish making machine.
Mr. Boss Man: Benson purchases a doll from TV that he hopes will make Mordecai and Rigby work.
WerePops: Pops and the other park workers trial on a werewolf.
Going Up: Hi-Five Ghost gets stuck in an elevator while visiting Celia.
Chocolatude: Mordecai and Rigby are taken into an old hag's house and uncover a big secret.
The episode starts with Muscle Man, High-Five Ghost, Thomas, and Johnny Skydiver launching pumpkins with a catapult. In the house, Muscle Man and High-Five Ghost come into Benson's office where Benson tells them about the wishing machine. To demonstrate, Benson wishes that he could motivate Mordecai and Rigby at work. Racki the Wishmaker then says, "A hard worker is all you desire, so to their backside let us add some fire." Racki's and Benson's eyes glow red while he laughs maniacally, and the first story begins.
Mr. Boss Man (Benson's Wish)
Mordecai and Rigby are seen sitting on the couch watching TV. There is an advertisement for a "Salad Guillotine" that Mordecai and Rigby suddenly want. Benson comes in and makes Mordecai and Rigby do their work. Suddenly, another commercial airs where the same person from the previous ad is advertising a puppet named "Mr. Boss Man." The phone number is shown after Benson tells the TV to show it, and he calls in to order a puppet.
- Muscle Man
- High Five Ghost
- Racki the Wishmaker
- Mr. Bossman
- John Wolfhard
- Elevator Repairman
- Chocolate Witch
- Eileen (cameo)
- Thomas (cameo)
- Quips (cameo)
- Monica (cameo)
- Yuji (cameo)
- Johnny Skydiver (cameo)
- Racki The Wishmaker was based from a real life fortune teller machine, it was called Zoltar - the fortune teller that cost more than 8,000 US dollars.
- This Terror Tales of the Park episode has four stories instead of the usual three and the main characters do not tell their stories.
- During the first commercial break, the TV trailer for, Regular Show: The Movie, aired.
- Pops is the only one satisfied with his wish.
- "Going Up" is the only story that only focuses on just one of the main characters, in this case, Hi-Five Ghost.
- Muscle Man's costume looks similar to Hoss Delgado from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and the No Rules Man from "House Rules" .
- This is the last episode where John Infantino, who was supervising director for Seasons 2-6, had written on the show, though it was not the last episode production wise, as The Dome Experiment was his last credited episode.
- Mordecai refers to the leaves he was cutting as lettuce, even though it was cabbage.
- In Hi-Five Ghost's story when he was trapped in the elevator, as revealed in See You There, he could just go through the elevator and hover to floor 36.
- When Rigby fell over after turning completely into chocolate, his eyes were halfway closed. But when the teenagers began to eat him, his eyes are open all the way.
Pop Culture References
- Rigby says "Thank you, Mario." which is reference to the Super Mario series.
- The guys' costumes are references to real and fictional characters. Mordecai is the martial artist, Bruce Lee, Rigby is M. Bison from Street Fighter, Benson is Sherlock Holmes, Pops is The Fourth Doctor from Doctor Who, Skips is John Rambo from First Blood, Muscle Man is Snake Plissken from Escape from New York and High Five Ghost is Willow Ufgood from Willow.
- Eileen is dressed up as Kiki from the Studio Ghibli film, Kiki's Delivery Service, evident by the broom, black cloak, and over-sized bow.
- Thomas and Johnny Skydiver are dressed as Sub-Zero II/Kuai Liang/Thundra from Mortal Kombat and Ted Logan from Bill and Ted respectively.
- A party-goer seen to the right of the man in the shark costume when Quips is being put into the stockade is dressed like Raoul Duke from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
- Mr. Bossman seems to be based from a character Slappy the Dummy from the Goosebumps novels, created by R.L Stine.
- When the werewolf says he's going to London, it's a reference to the John Landis film An American Werewolf in London.
- Werewolves of London played in this episode which is one of many real-life songs in Regular Show.
- Two of the girls eating the chocolate Rigby are dressed up as Ariel from The Little Mermaid and the famous Mexican self-portrait artist Frida Kahlo.