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Terror Tales of the Park (series)

"Terror Tales of the Park"
Regular Show episode
Directed by John Infantino
Written by Terror Tales of The Park
J.G. Quintel
Andres Salaff
Ben Adams
Sean Szeles
Kat Morris
Terror Tales of The Park II
Benton Connor
Hilary Florido
Sean Szeles
Kat Morris
Terror Tales of The Park III
Calvin Wong
Toby Jones
Benton Connor
Andres Salaff
Terror Tales of The Park IV
Owen Dennis
Toby Jones
Minty Lewis
Sarah Oleksyk
Terror Tales of The Park V
Owen Dennis
Toby Jones
Ryan Pequin
Minty Lewis
Original air date October 10, 2011 (Terror Tales of the Park)
October 15, 2012 (Terror Tales of the Park II)
October 21, 2013 (Terror Tales of the Park III)
October 29, 2014 (Terror Tales of the Park IV)
October 29, 2015 (Terror Tales of the Park V)
Running time 23 minutes

Terror Tales of the Park is the Regular Show Halloween special series.

Terror Tales of the Park

"Terror Tales of the Park" is the fourth and fifth episode of season three (and forty-fourth and forty-fifth episode overall) of Regular Show, that contains three shorts. This is the first half-hour episode. The episode premiered on October 10, 2011, collectively receiving 1.968 million views.[1] The episode is divided into three stories: "Creepy Doll" (told by Pops), "Death Metal Crash Pit" (told by Muscle Man) and "In The House" (told by Rigby).

Terror Tales of the Park II

"Terror Tales of the Park II" is the fourth and fifth episode of season four (and eighty-fourth and eighty-fifth episode overall) of Regular Show. It aired on October 15, 2012, and is the second half-hour Halloween special of the series. It drew an audience of 3.109 million viewers, beating "Exit 9B" which has 3.047 million viewers.[2] The original ending of the special was scrapped due to it being too dark and horrific.

Plot

The gang tells scary stories while driving to a Halloween party: "Payback" (told by Mordecai), "Party Bus" (told by Margaret), and "Wallpaper Man" (told by Benson).

Terror Tales of the Park III

"Terror Tales of the Park III" is the eighth and ninth episode of season five (and one hundred twenty-eighth and one hundred twenty-ninth episode overall) of Regular Show. It aired on October 21, 2013, and is the third half-hour Halloween series

Plot

All of the Park guys want to win a bet for telling the scariest story at a Halloween Party: "Killer Bed" (told by Rigby), "Jacked-Up Jack-o-Lantern" (told by Muscle Man), and "The Previous Owner" (told by Benson).

Terror Tales of the Park IV

"Terror Tales of the Park IV" is the fourth and fifth episode of season six (and one hundred sixty-fourth and one hundred sixty-fifth episode overall) of Regular Show. It was aired on October 29, 2014.

Plot

Mordecai, Rigby, and the gang decide to visit Muscle Man’s mother on Halloween, while telling scary stories: "The Hole" (told by Pops), "Unfinished Business" (told by Benson), and "Scary Movie Night" (told by Rigby).

Terror Tales of the Park V

"Terror Tales of the Park V" is the the fifth installment of the Terror Tales of the Park series and an upcoming episode of the seventh season of Regular Show. It aired on October 29, 2015.

Plot

Benson tries to spice up the park's annual Halloween party by renting a wish making machine: "Mr. Boss Man" (by Benson), "WerePops" (by Pops), "Going Up" (by Hi-Five Ghost), and "Chocolatude" (by Rigby).

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.thefutoncritic.com/ratings/2011/10/12/mondays-cable-ratings-mnf-posts-second-largest-audience-of-season-770514/cable_20111010/
  2. ^ http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2012/10/16/monday-cable-ratings-monday-night-football-wins-night-major-crimes-switched-at-birth-alphas-t-i-and-tiny-basketball-wives-more/153140/
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