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Regular Show has been nominated for several awards, including two Annie Awards and four Primetime Emmy Awards—one of which it won for the episode "Eggscellent" (season 3, episode 18).

They work as groundskeepers at a park, and spend their days trying to avoid work and entertain themselves by any means. Quintel attended the California Institute of the Arts, and many of the characters on Regular Show are based on the characters developed for his student films The Naïve Man from Lolliland (2005) and 2 in the AM PM (2006).

This is much to the chagrin of their manager/boss Benson (a gumball machine) and their coworker Skips (a yeti), but to the delight of their (other) manager/boss Pops (a man with a lollipop-shaped head). Both originated as part of a game called "48-hour films", in which students put words into a hat, pulled out one word at midnight and spent a weekend developing ideas for a film.

While preparing for the beginning of the show, Quintel looked for young, independent, comic artists to compose the show's storyboard artists; he thought that the style would closely match that of Regular Show.

He looked through blogs and convention panels for the "total package", which he said was the ability to write and draw; something that many independent comic book artists possess.

He was later invited to pitch for Cartoon Network's Cartoonstitute, a project to showcase short films created without the interference of network executives and focus testing, Quintel wanted to present a visual pitch rather than a verbal one, believing the idea would make little sense otherwise.