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"The Dream Warrior" is the seventh episode in Season 8 (and two hundred and twenty-fourth overall) of Regular Show. It aired on September 30, 2016.
The guys help Pops overcome his nightmares.
- Muscle Man
- Hi Five Ghost
- Recap Robot
- Mystery Man (Anti-Pops)
- Dr. Sweet Dreams
- Chance Sureshot (cameo)
- Toothpick Sally (cameo)
- This marks the first appearance of Anti-Pops, although not named until "Space Escape."
- The plot for this episode was inspired from a plot idea that J.G. Quintel received via Facebook direct message from a fan, which also inspired the plot for "Sleep Fighter."
- The events of "Pops' Favorite Planet" are briefly mentioned in this episode.
- The title and the plot may refer to the Nightmare on Elm Street sequel "Dream Warriors", and the Dokken song written for said sequel.
- This may have a connection with Robert Englund, known for playing Freddy Kruger, portraying Anti-Pops.
- The song played by Dr. Sweet Dreams is by singer and guitarist Joe Satriani, titled "Always With Me, Always With You."
- Mordecai and Rigby try to calm Pops down by watching an old cartoon called "Funky Wunky and the Groovy Gang", which is a parody of Hanna-Barbera's "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!".
- This marks the seventh and last episode to air during the fourth "Regular Show Bomb."