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|"The Heart of a Stuntman"|
|Season 5, Episode 13|
|Premiere date:|| December 2, 2013 (US)
October 13, 2014 (UK)
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"The Heart of a Stuntman" is the thirteenth episode in Season 5 (and one hundred-twenty ninth episode overall) of Regular Show. It first aired on December 2, 2013.
This episode features comedian and actor, Bobcat Goldthwait as the voice of Johnny Crasher, a professional stuntman.
The guys want to get a stuntman license for Timmy's birthday party.
The episode starts out with Muscle Man, Hi Five Ghost, Benson, Rigby, and Mordecai preparing for a birthday party for a 10 year-old boy named Timmy, who they have been doing birthday parties for a since he was a baby and have always made his parties the best. They overhear Benson arguing on the phone and that their stuntman that's supposed to be their canceled on them and will not arrive therefore ruining Timmy's birthday party. They insist that they should go get a license to be a stuntman so that they can do the stunt for the party. It is known that at the stuntman college, the probability of getting a license is only 25%. Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man, and Hi Five Ghost deduce from this that at least one of them should be able to make it if all four enrol the college.
They go to the address of the college, where they are first unsure if it's the right place. Rigby says that it is the right place because of a statue of a living legend stuntman named "Johnny Crasher". Before he retired he went in and out of over 40 comas, which is more than any other stuntman. He makes his entrance doing a stunt off his motorcycle and introduces himself to them.
They get started in learning about being a stuntman and he hands them all textbooks to read in case he forgets something very important to tell them. He teaches them many different things to become a stuntman. The most important thing is that a stuntman always have to hit his mark.
After learning everything they need to know, they then have to take their final exam which is a five acre course testing everything they were taught. Benson calls them and asks if they can hurry since Timmy has arrived at the park and Benson is stalling him while they take the final exam. First, they go down a hill in separate shopping carts and then grab onto a zipline and go through it 3 times, Hi Five Ghosts says he can't go on anymore and they leave him there and they go through several other things and they land on top of two cars and Muscle Man gets on one car but then they are separated and a helicopter is trying to pick them up for the next stunt. They grab onto it but Mordecai says he can't hold on much longer and the rail on his side breaks off and he lands on a bed softly. Rigby and Muscle Man land on a building and go down it all the way to the ground and land in cannons and are shot against a brick wall hitting their heads on it. Rigby says he can't do it either but Muscle Man convinces Rigby to keep going and get on motorcycles jumping many things and they reach the final jump and see their mark. Bombs are set under the ramp and when they go over the ramp the bombs detonate making them get extra air. From where they are, they aren't going to hit their mark. Muscle Man tell Rigby to get on his back and then he shows that he was wearing a wingsuit the whole time because the textbook told them to and they hit their mark. They get their license at last.
They go to the park to carry out the stunt, but it doesn't work for them. It turned out that the stunt they needed to do was simply jump a short distance over a birthday cake with a bicycle. However, Muscle Man and Rigby still fail anyway because they are severely injured from training at the stuntman college. Fortunately, Timmy still claims it is the best stunt ever and he says to go open up some presents, meaning that Timmy was still happy even the stunt didn't work like it was supposed to.
- In the episode "Caveman" Rigby states that he sees himself being a stuntman in 10 years. This episode backs up Rigby's claim since he was able to receive a stuntman licence.
- Muscle Man said they watched Timmy grow up but he turns ten in the episode which would mean Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man and Hi-Five Ghost have been working at the park for 10 years. However, it could just be a continuity error as Mordecai and Rigby are 23 years old and could have both been 13 years at the time Timmy was a baby.
- Muscle Man
- Hi-Five Ghost
- Johnny Crasher
- Timmy (boy)
- Pops (flashback)
- Skips (flashback)
- Men running Final Exam