FANDOM


  • NotShemp
    NotShemp closed this thread because:
    No activity.
    17:34, May 10, 2016

    I mean, Rigby warmed up to Eileen after "Camping can be Cool" and "Terror Tales of the Park" is before that one... Did Rigby like Eileen already?

      Loading editor
    • Possibly. If he did, though, he seemed to do a pretty good job of hiding it. Eileen's picture may have just been there because her and Rigby were finally starting to become friends, as evidenced in the following episode, Camping Can Be Cool. However, it could be probable that he had started to develop a crush on her and didn't realize it yet, or at least began to care about her more after the Wereskunk incident. I'll admit, I was kind of surprised to see a picture of Eileen in that episode myself, since I thought that Rigby didn't really care about her at the time. However, since RS proved me wrong, I was able to realize that Rigby must have appreciated her enough to think about her every now and then, hence why the picture was a part of his house form. I'm not sure if he felt any sort of love-related feelings for her at that point, but he obviously had some sort of personal interest in her character if she was worthy enough to be included in his Halloween story. Honestly, I'm not sure what to make of Eileen's photo being in the episode. I'm pretty sure the picture had some kind of significance, but I'm not positive if it had to do with Rigby liking Eileen. Maybe the picture was actually foreshadowing how much he would start warming up to her in the next episode. Sometimes RS really makes me scratch my head...

        Loading editor
    • I had a feeling that had some sort of a meaning. 

      He was turned into a house...and her picture was right there in it...hmm.

      Maybe he did like her before, just too imature with these kind of feelings. 

        Loading editor
    • And the only way anyone even knows that he's at least a bit interested, is because of the episode 'Diary' where he HAD to tell the secret. 

      Otherwise, this could still all be in the dark.

      Sure saying someone is hot without glass seems immature, but again - Isn't that kinda Rigby's thing?

      Plus, at least he was looking 'upwards', unlike Mordecai in the earlier seaons. (Not that I  mind. Those sexual Mordecai/Margaret moments were golden.)

        Loading editor
    • JessieLoverRxE wrote:
      And the only way anyone even knows that he's at least a bit interested, is because of the episode 'Diary' where he HAD to tell the secret. 

      Otherwise, this could still all be in the dark.

      Sure saying someone is hot without glass seems immature, but again - Isn't that kinda Rigby's thing?

      Plus, at least he was looking 'upwards', unlike Mordecai in the earlier seaons. (Not that I  mind. Those sexual Mordecai/Margaret moments were golden.)

      Lol you're right, Mordecai had lustful like thoughts about Margaret, such as imagining her in a Hawaiian skirt and coconuts over hers, or checking her butt in "Slam Dunk", or the 'lady pecs' interest. Mordecai is usually the mature and respectful one, perhaps staring at girls like that was off (in a funny way), Rigby's the one that's supposed to act like that, well not to mention in "It's time" where he complained that the girls were 'fully clothed' or in "Replaced" that Rigby saw a woman on the internet and was like 'whoaa definitely invite her', but any who, Rigby as much immature as he is, has not been seen disrespecting girls, probably his only mature side

        Loading editor
    • Otakugamer27 wrote:
      JessieLoverRxE wrote:
      And the only way anyone even knows that he's at least a bit interested, is because of the episode 'Diary' where he HAD to tell the secret. 

      Otherwise, this could still all be in the dark.

      Sure saying someone is hot without glass seems immature, but again - Isn't that kinda Rigby's thing?

      Plus, at least he was looking 'upwards', unlike Mordecai in the earlier seaons. (Not that I  mind. Those sexual Mordecai/Margaret moments were golden.)

      Lol you're right, Mordecai had lustful like thoughts about Margaret, such as imagining her in a Hawaiian skirt and coconuts over hers, or checking her butt in "Slam Dunk", or the 'lady pecs' interest. Mordecai is usually the mature and respectful one, perhaps staring at girls like that was off (in a funny way), Rigby's the one that's supposed to act like that, well not to mention in "It's time" where he complained that the girls were 'fully clothed' or in "Replaced" that Rigby saw a woman on the internet and was like 'whoaa definitely invite her', but any who, Rigby as much immature as he is, has not been seen disrespecting girls, probably his only mature side

      Yeah. And he also seems more likey to treat them as more then just love interests. 

      Evenm though I'm not sure what will happen with him and Eileen (And am actually hoping for more), he did treat her friendy and not just stare at her...uh...stuff. And he said CJ was cool for example, in the most bro-way possible. (I think, hope. Yeah, probably, since he said Muscle Man was cool in that one episode as well. And of course he said the same for Eileen but well...Musle Man....so yeah... It's bro-way. xD - Rambling.)

        Loading editor
    • Lol :) the Eileen being cool part probably had meaning, I mean, him saying CJ was cool in a romantic way would probably b awkward for Mordecai and the Muscle Man part he obviously didn't mean it romantically

        Loading editor
    • NotShemp
      NotShemp removed this reply because:
      Vandalism.
      23:33, October 1, 2015
      This reply has been removed
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.