The regular show villains tier list was created by fans of the show, who voted for the best and worst villains, and created a ranking system. The most popular villains are at the top of the list, while the worst are at the bottom. Regular Show fans can contribute their own tier lists by clicking “submit” on their favorite character’s page. To submit a tier list, you must be logged in and have at least three votes.
Regular Show has many creepy episodes, and a few tame ones. A good example is the Creepy Doll story, where a doll can write on people’s faces. It’s a classic story that’s very creepy, but also manages to be funny.
Cartoon Network launched a regular show Facebook page in September 2010, with the primary goal of getting new viewers to tune in to the show. Since then, they’ve used a variety of strategies to reach their target audience. The page has steadily increased in “likes” and engagement. The page has become one of the network’s most popular pages, and is currently in its second season.
A regular show villain may be a villain from a cartoon or other popular show. Characters from popular cartoons include Plankton, Ice King, Li’l Gideon, Bill Cipher, Vilgax, and more. A regular show villain is often a one-shot villain who doesn’t have to appear in every episode.
Another villain of Regular Show is Mr. Maellard, the owner of The Park. He is Pops’ adoptive father. He appears in the first episode, “Dizzy.” He is impatient with Benson and blames him for many problems in the park. In his first appearance, he calls Benson “Ballbucket,” but later corrects himself.
Another regular show villain is Death. He’s a 6’5″ grim reaper who makes bets with park workers and declares that if he loses, he’ll take their souls. He attempted to take Skips’ immortal life in “Over the Top”, and twice in “Dead at Eight” and “Last Meal”. In the regular show, Death also helps defeat GBF Jr.
In the Benson Be Gone episode, Susan was a park manager. Later, she turned into a giant after being enraged by the park’s employees. Leon was also a park manager. In the sequel, “Exit 9B”, she returns as her giant counterpart. However, she is eventually defeated by the duck giant.