Regular Show: Mordecai Pack Review

Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Cartoon Network
  • DVD Release Date: January 27, 2015
  • Run Time: 176 minutes



            Fans of the irreverent Cartoon Network animated series, “Regular Show” are likely to be pleased with the release of some of the episodes included in this compilation pack, specifically those from the later seasons not yet available for home entertainment. Others may be too preoccupied with the neglect to release these later seasons in completion, and those die-hard fans are also likely to already own an earlier episode included in this collection. Either way, it should come as no surprise what these compilation releases are like. They are loosely themed collections that are a simple excuse to drag more money out of the fanbase, but they wouldn’t keep making them if some of the fans weren’t buying them.


            Having this labeled the “Mordecai Pack” is a clear misrepresentation, but only because this popular character is featured in nearly every episode anyway. A few of the episodes may highlight the character more than others, but any selection from the five seasons would have been appropriate additions under this moniker. Still, many of these sixteen ten-minute episodes are among the more memorable ones that I have seen. Perhaps the selection was not as random as I have criticized the Cartoon Network for being in previous DVD releases.


    The episode list included below. There are no special features.

    Bet to Be Blonde (Season 3)

    Country Club (Season 4)

    Paint Job (Season 5)

    Guy’s Night (Season 4)

    Caveman (Season 4)

    Every Meat Burrito (Season 5)

    Real Date (Season 5)

    Saving Time (Season 5)

    New Year’s Kiss (Season 5)

    Laundry Woes (Season 5)

    Dodge This (Season 5)

    Portable Toilet (Season 5)

    Play Date (Season 5)

    Tants (Season 5)

    Bad Portrait (Season 5)

    Maxin’ and Relaxin’ (Season 6)


    Entertainment Value: 8.5/10

    Quality of Filmmaking: 7/10

    Historical Significance:  6/10

    Special Features: 0/10



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