The Regular Show Drug Theory

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The Regular Show Drug Theory


Surely, you've heard of the popular children's series, “Regular Show.”

Well, I'm here to expose the truth about it. The characters feature a blue-jay (Mordecai), a gumball machine (Benson), a raccoon (Rigby), an Ape (Skips), a ghost (High-Five ghost), and a green man (Muscle Man).

At first glance, it just seems like innocent children's television just got weirder. But what I see is drug addiction.

In the show, things happen at the park in which they work, that are impossible in reality. That's because it's not reality. In the pilot episode, “2 in the A.M. P.M.,” the characters, Mordecai, and Benson are shown as normal humans working as clerks in a convenience store.

Mordecai offers Benson candy because, and I quote, “You Gotta Gave Candy on Halloween.”

Benson notes that the candy tastes odd, and soon discovers that Mordecai put acid in the candy, and they begin to hallucinate. And, I noticed at one point, they hallucinate themselves as the forms they take in the cartoon series, a blue-jay, and a gumball machine.

In my speculation, it seems that one hit of the acid and they were both addicted, and now take it on a regular basis. So, in reality, they are just normal people seen by themselves as someone different.

But, that's not all. If it was just those two, working normally at a convenience store, where do the odd events, the park, and their friends fit in? My opinion is that the constant drug abuse caused them severe mental illnesses, such as Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) and Schizophrenia.

The other workers at the “park” are merely figments of their imagination. Their Split Personalities are in fact the other workers. They act as different people in order to avoid the feeling of loneliness, it just being the two of them. Mordecai and Benson are attempting to act as multiple people at once.

And as for the alleged “park”, and the odd events that occur there, this is due to paranoid Schizophrenia. The park is just an abandoned house they both moved into together, after being evicted from their apartments for not paying the rent.

They just see it as a nice area like the park, because their Schizophrenia causes them to hallucinate, which also explains what occurs at the park. Their whole world is just one big delusion, which they cannot wake up from because they can't handle the reality of their situation.

Credit To – Cameron Harris


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