250px-Rigby character (1)
Character Information
Gender: male
Species: Racoon
Age: 23
Friends: Gumball, Darwin, Finn, Jake, Mordecai
Enemies: Microsoft Sam
Relatives: Mordecai (brother)
Occupation: Groundskeeper
First Appearance: "The Portal"
Voice: William Salyers

Rigby is one of the main characters in Regular Show. Rigby is a 23 year-old raccoon. He made his first appearance in The Portal episode. He is voiced by TheDragonSuperman.


Rigby is a brown raccoon with short, and spiky hair. He has darker brown circles around his eyes, like a normal raccoon usually would. He also has a long tail with six dark brown stripes on it. In the episode Don, it was shown that when Rigby was six years old, he had a single front tooth. He is 3'1.7", making him 1/2 Mordecai's height (6'3") and around 27 pounds. Rigby once played "punchies" with Skips, which resulted in a damaged butt cheek that required surgery. The result was that it looked like Rigby only had one butt cheek, instead of two. And as a result his friends call him "the one cheek wonder".


Rigby can be best described as a "wild teenager", even though he is well past his teenage years. He becomes frustrated, frightened, confused or sad all too easily, making his behavior very predictable. Rigby is also very arrogant, impulsive, impatient and immature at all times, giving him the personality of a child. In this way, he is a character foil of Mordecai, who demonstrates far more responsibility and maturity than him (in most conditions). He even changed his name to Trash Boat one time because he thought it would sound cool.

However, Rigby cares about his friends, as he tried to help Pops with his fear of giving speeches, saved Muscle Man from drowning, saved everyone from a pack of evil hot dogs, and got angry at Pops when he was taking wrestling too far and hurting Mordecai. He also felt bad for Benson after he said he was going to lose his job.

Rigby has become somewhat more responsible and thoughtful to his friends as the series has progressed, tending to complain less about work and sometimes even accomplishing difficult tasks, such as taking on Skips' chores in Fists of Justice and cleaning up the park ballroom for Margaret's party in T.G.I. Tuesday. However, he still often causes chaos by taking shortcuts or engaging in irresponsible behavior, such as using a machine to pump up in One Pull Up instead of trusting Eileen's training to get the job done. These efforts usually result in bigger problems than the ones Rigby was trying to avoid in the first place, along with the occasional near-destruction of the entire park.