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Regular Show - Season 3



Season Three is the third season of Regular Show. The season premiere, "Stick Hockey", aired on September 19, 2011, while the season finale, "Bad Kiss", aired on September 3, 2012, with a total of 39 episodes aired this season. Rigby appears as the mascot character for this season.




Regular Show - Season 3



couldn't find this song anywhere without benson yelling at the end (or at a reasonable volume) so i decided to fix it up myself. another one of my favorite regular show montage music samples - from season 3, episode 8 ("cool bikes"). watch regular show on hulu!


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What's happening, Koopalings? Your Nintendo Voice Chat crew is back. you got that sweet bonus episode last week, but that doesn't mean we're going to delay the regular show. Rich George, Jack DeVries, Sam Claiborn, and Audrey Drake are joined by Ben Geisler of Frozen Codebase.


South Hadley, Mass. - November 14, 2021 - On Saturday, the Mount Holyoke hunt seat team hosted the last regular show of the semester. The team finished the day with 43 points, to earn the High Point College title.


This was second-semester senior Hope Coss's final show with the team, and we are all going to miss her. She won her class today, completing a streak of four consecutive wins to finish off her time in the IHSA.


Asheville needs a win tonight and a victory on Saturday vs. Radford to clinch third place in the final Big South Conference standings and be sure of hosting a conference tournament game this Tuesday (March 1) night. The Bulldogs helped themselves mightily on Tuesday night with a thrilling 61-58 Big South Conference road win over regular-season champion Coastal Carolina as Matt Dickey stole a Chanticleer pass and hit a 27-footer as the buzzer sounded. The win snapped a frustrating two-game Asheville losing streak where the Bulldogs twice lost second-half leads of 10 points or more. Asheville hosts a High Point team that defeated them back on Dec. 4 as the Panthers rallied for a 76-73 victory. Scott Cherry's team lost a heart-breaking 82-81 decision to Appalachian State on Saturday night in the Sears ESPN Bracketbuster Series.


If Asheville can win its last two BSC games, the Bulldogs will finish with 11 conference wins, tying a school record that they set last season. Two wins would put Asheville as the third seed in the Big South Conference standings. It would be the highest finish for the Bulldogs since finishing first in the 2007-08 season.


The Bulldogs won the game Tuesday night at Coastal Carolina when Matt Dickey made a steal and hit a last-second shot against the Chanticleers. It is appropriate that Asheville won the game on a steal as the Bulldogs have been among the nation's leaders all year in that category. Asheville has 253 steals on the season with an average of 9.37 per game. That figure is seventh best in the nation and tops the Big South. J.P. Primm leads Asheville with 57 steals and 2.1 per game average. Dickey is right behind him with 52 and 1.9 per game mark.


UNC Asheville finished the regular-season with a 6-3 Big South Conference road record after the Bulldogs thrilling 61-58 victory at Coastal Carolina Tuesday night. The six wins are the most ever for an Asheville team since joining the Big South. Two of the league losses were by a total of five points and in the other one, a 79-70 loss at Charleston Southern last week, the Bulldogs led by 11 points early in the second half. Asheville posted three wins by 20 points or more on the road, becoming the first team in Big South Conference history to accomplish that feat.


Adult SwimAdult Swim continued its streak as basic cable's #1 network for Total Day Delivery of young adults 18-34, 18-49 and 18-24 as well as men 18-34 & 18-24. Adult Swim also ranked #2 in Prime Time (Broadcast definition) delivery of adults 18-34 among basic cable networks, behind only ESPN. Prime Time growth among key demos included 2% gains among adults 18-34, 3% gains among adults 18-49 and 1% gains among adults 18-24.Among Adult Swim's original programming, Childrens Hospital (Thursday, 12 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among all adults 18-24 and men 18-24. Similarly, the Adult Swim premiere of the original Black Dynamite movie (Sunday, 11:30 p.m.) increased delivery among adults 18-24 by 10%, adults 18-49 by 7%, men 18-34 by 13%, men 18-24 by 20% and men 18-49 by 4%.Adult Swim programming-including Family Guy, Robot Chicken and American Dad-accounted for 22 of the top 50 telecasts of the week on basic cable among adults 18-34, more than any other network.Cartoon NetworkAcross the first week of September 2012, Cartoon Network ranked as basic cable's #1 network for Early Prime (7-9 p.m.) delivery of boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14, and the #2 network among kids 9-14. Older kids drove solid growth vs. the same time period last year, with average kids 6-11 delivery in Early Prime expanding by 11% and average delivery in Total Day expanding by 20%.Among its original animated programming, Monday night's presentation of Regular Show (8 p.m.) ranked as the #1 telecast of the week among all boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14, as well as the #1 telecast of the day among kids 2-11 & 9-14. Similarly, a new episode of Adventure Time (7:30 p.m.) scored as the #1 telecast in its time period among all kids 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14 and all boy demos.Tuesday night's season finale of Total Drama: Revenge of the Island (8 p.m.) scored as the #1 telecast of the day among boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14, and was #1 in its time period among kids 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14. Overall, the series led Tuesday night (7-9 p.m.) to reign as the #1 network among kids 2-11 and all key boys, earning an average 8% delivery growth among kids 6-11 and 26% growth among kids 9-14.TNTTNT's new hit Major Crimes, which just secured the record for basic cable's biggest audience ever for a new series launch, ranked as basic cable's #1 non-news program last week, drawing more than 5.7 million viewers (+6% vs. the prior week). The latest episode of basic cable's #1 new series for the year-to-date also averaged 1.2 million adults 18-49 (+5%) and 1.6 million adults 25-54 (+2%).Perception scored 4.0 million viewers Monday night (+2% vs. the prior week), making it basic cable's #2 scripted program for the week behind Major Crimes. The episode also brought in 854,000 adults 18-49 and grew its delivery of adults 25-54 by +2% to 1.1 million vs. the prior week.TNT's caper drama Leverage pulled 2.4 million viewers in Live + Same Day delivery Sunday night, including 871,000 adults 18-49 and more than 1 million adults 25-54.As reported earlier today, time-shifted viewing has given TNT two new viewership records. According to the latest Live + 7 data, the Aug. 13 finale of The Closer grew to a final tally of 11.2 million viewers, making it the most-watched series finale in basic cable history. On a household basis, the finale now stands as cable's highest-rated series finale of all time. Meanwhile, the Aug. 13 premiere of TNT's new series Major Crimes climbed to 9.5 million viewers, making it basic cable's biggest new series launch ever.In addition, the Aug. 14 season finale of Rizzoli & Isles scored 8.3 million viewers, while the Aug. 19 season ender for Falling Skies captured 5.9 million viewers.The following are the Live + 7 deliveries for TNT episodes airing the week of Aug. 13:The Closer (Aug. 13): 11.2 million viewers; 2.7 million adults 18-49; 3.6 million adults 25-54 Major Crimes (Aug. 13 series debut): 9.5 million viewers; 2.2 million adults 18-49; 2.9 million adults 25-54 Rizzoli & Isles (Aug. 14 Season 3 Finale): 8.3 million viewers; 2.5 million adults 18-49; 3.1 million adults 25-54 Franklin & Bash (Aug. 14 Season 2 Finale): 4.3 million viewers; 1.9 million adults 18-49; 2.0 million adults 25-54 Leverage (Aug. 19): 3.6 million viewers: 1.4 million adults 18-49; 1.7 million adults 25-54 Falling Skies (Aug. 19 Season 2 Finale): 5.9 million viewers; 2.7 million adults 18-49; 3.2 million adults 25-54TBSTBS once again dominated basic cable's sitcom charts last week, with episodes of the recently renewed original series Sullivan & Son joining TBS's telecasts of The Big Bang Theory to claim 14 of basic cable's Top 15 sitcom telecasts for the week among total viewers. TBS also accounted for 13 of the Top 15 sitcom telecasts with adults 18-34 and adults 18-49.Thursday night's episode of TBS hit original sitcom Sullivan & Son drew 2.1 million viewers Thursday night, and grew its delivery of adults 18-34 by 7% over the prior week to 545,000. Among adults 18-49, the episode garnered 1.2 million.Last week, TBS's late-night series CONAN averaged 848,000 viewers in Live + Same Day, up 3% over the prior week of premieres. The show also scored 246,000 adults 18-34 and grew its delivery of adults 18-49 to 559,000, up 2% over the previous week of new episodes.truTVtruTV ranked among ad-supported cable's Top 10 networks last week in primetime delivery of three key demos: adults 18-49, men 18-34 and men 18-49. Compared to the same week last year, truTV scored strong growth across the board, with total viewers up 6%, adults 18-34 up 17%, adults 18-49 up 6%, men 18-34 up 16% and men 18-49 up 7%.Lizard Lick Towing (Monday at 10 p.m.) brought in 2.3 million viewers last week, along with 1.3 million adults 18-49 and 672,000 men 18-49. The show delivered triple-digit demo growth compared to the same timeslot last year and led truTV to Top 10 rankings for the night among key demos and viewers. Hardcore Pawn (Tuesday at 9 p.m.) ranked as the #1 ad-supported cable show in its timeslot among men 18-34, while also scoring strong second-place rankings among adults 18-34 and men 18-49. The episode drew a total audience of 2.7 million viewers.Operation Repo (Wednesday at 9 p.m.) garnered 1.6 million viewers and was the second-most-watched ad-supported program in the timeslot with men 18-34. Overall, the episode wrangled 1.6 million viewers. 041b061a72


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