The seventh season of the American animated comedy television series Regular Show, created by J. G. Quintel, originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States. Quintel originally created the series' pilot using characters from his comedy shorts for the cancelled anthology series The Cartoonstitute. He developed Regular Show from his own experiences in college, while several of its main characters originated from his animated shorts The Naïve Man from Lolliland and 2 in the AM PM. He himself voice acts one of the main characters in the show, "Mordecai", a blue bird. The series was renewed for a seventh season at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International on July 25, 2014. The previous season contained 31 episodes in order to accommodate for the film and this season will contain the regular 40 episodes from the previous seasons.
Benson is going to fire Mordecai if Rigby can’t bring him back from a bizarre land of dudes also known as Dumptown USA.
When Benson does not win an award for Park Manager of the Year, the others try to make him feel better.
When Rigby ruins Maellard's fancy lunch, either he or Benson must write a letter of resignation.
Margaret wants to host a weekly segment on the local nightly news.
Benson is determined to prove he was right about the date of the "Dome Experiment".
Mordecai is upset at Rigby when he doesn't bring a present to his birthday party.
Benson get addicted to cat videos and disappears, and Mordecai and Rigby need to save him.
Muscle Man and High Five Ghost get struck by lightning, losing their memories of each other.
Benson tries to spice up the park's annual Halloween party by renting a wish making machine.
Mordecai and Rigby want to help Party Horse get back together with his girlfriend.
Mordecai and Rigby watch movies for two whole nights, throwing off their sleep cycles.
Rigby and Eileen get called away to Don's black belt ceremony forcing Mordecai and Margaret to hang out alone -- and Mordecai to confront his feelings for Margaret now that he and CJ are no longer together and Rigby convinced Mordecai to enjoy being single.
Benson decides to stop becoming a cat person and becomes a pig person, so he gets a pig, but asks Mordecai and Rigby to look after it.
Rigby goes back to High School.
In order to get high school credits, Rigby has to pass a foreign language class taught by Benson in China.
Rigby wants to surprise Eileen for the first time.
Pops and the gang try to win a game show.
Eileen, Rigby, Mordecai and Margaret go on a snow tubing trip, while Eileen tries to conquer her fear of snow tubing.
Benson enters the park managers' chili cook-off to beat Jean.
The guys try to return a movie before they get hit with a late fee.
Rigby's high school nemesis returns and threatens to ruin his chances at passing gym class and graduating high school.
Thomas reunites with the Park Crew for one last Guys Night together.
When Mordecai and Rigby mess around with the cables in an old synthesizer, Gary disappears, and the guys now have to find a way to bring him back.
After Rigby wins a king-size bed, he gets rid of his trampoline. But when he realises that he can't sleep without his trampoline, he has to go through an elaborate junkyard to find it.
Muscle Man gets a job in a corporate office.
Mordecai and Rigby have to wait at Maellard's mansion for a package as Mordecai contemplates whether he still wants to work at the park.
Rigby must sneak his dad's car out of the garage and return it unnoticed in order to take Eileen to the prom.
The guys have to protect a large red button from being pushed.
The guys accidentally destroyed Muscle Man's favorite shirt.
Pops thinks that he's a wizard trapped in medieval times, and he wants to go back home.
Pops wants to see his favorite planet when the guys sleep outside.
Benson has a crush on one of the Dome scientists, and he wants to sneak her a bucket of chicken wings so that he can ask her out.
The head scientist puts Mordecai and Rigby on a 24-hour lockdown inside the Dome, but they want to sneak out and see one of their favorite bands.
Mordecai, Rigby, Muscle Man, and Hi Five Ghost want to be VIP members at Cheezer's.
A search for Benson's car keys leads the guys to make a deal with scientists.
Rigby must write a speech for his high school graduation that will be broadcasted on national TV.