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Mordecai and Rigby use the magical keyboard - "The Power" - to attempt to acquire money to repair their wall, and after some success, lots of other stuff.
Just Set Up Chairs
Mordecai and Rigby try to prove to Benson that they aren't slackers.
Rigby hears about a new concert for his favorite band, Fist Pump, but Mordecai believes it to be lame. But when he finds out that Margaret, his crush, is going to the concert, he changes his mind. Mordecai and Rigby work overtime in order to get the tickets for Fist Pump, but they get tired quickly. While working, they drink excessive amounts of coffee to keep them active. When they run out of coffee, they agree to taking the coffee of a giant coffee bean and his translator (also interested in the concert), in exchange for buying tickets for them as well. Mordecai and Rigby buy tickets for themselves; but when they cannot buy tickets for the coffee bean and the translator, the two steal Mordecai and Rigby's tickets. Mordecai and Rigby race against them as they try to get the tickets back, and also to arrive at the concert on time. After taking back their tickets, Mordecai and Rigby fall asleep during the concert.
Tired of Mordecai always beating him at punchies, Rigby decides to learn the martial art of "Death Kwon Do". He goes to the Death Kwon Do dojo to become stronger, but when the manager tells Rigby that he is not pure-of-heart, he steals the instructions for the "Death Punch" while the manager has his back turned, and learns it. Rigby decides to try out the move on unsuspecting people as he prepares for his revenge against Mordecai. Later, when Mordecai learns of Rigby's plan, he also decides to steal some Death Kwon Do moves in order to stop him.
Mordecai and Rigby get a hankering for some cake and set off to find one.
Meat Your Maker
Mordecai and Rigby must bring hot does to the annual park barbeque.
Grilled Cheese Deluxe
When Rigby shows Mordecai an ostrich video, the duo are caught eating Benson's Grilled Cheese Deluxe. Mordecai and Rigby are told to buy another grilled cheese sandwich for Benson, all the while playing a game to see who is the better liar. Mordecai and Rigby pretend to be astronauts, and they even fool a pair of real astronauts and their coworkers. However, they soon get themselves involved in a serious problem: trying to prevent a sample of antimatter at a space center laboratory from destroying the city.. The astronauts begin to tell Mordecai that he must throw Rigby into the antimatter, killing Rigby, but stopping the antimatter from destroying the city. Mordecai instead throws Benson's grilled cheese sandwich, and saves the city.
Mordecai and Rigby start up a prank call war.
Mordecai and Rigby callin a professional to help the park with tax troubles.
Mordecai and Rigby argue over the benefits of a healthy diet.
Mordecai and the Rigbys
When Mordecai and Rigby order T-shirts for their non-existent band (originally Moustache Cash Stash, later Mordecai and the Rigbys), Margaret mistakes them for actual musicians. Mordecai, who wishes to impress Margaret, decides to go along with this misunderstanding by making "Mordecai and the Rigbys" a real band. Margaret asks Mordecai and Rigby to play at the Open Mic concert and Mordecai agrees. However, neither Mordecai nor Rigby have any idea how to play music. They play one of Pops' old records, but when Rigby spills soda on the electrical wire, Mordecai and Rigby's future selves (who became successful musicians) arrive. Future Mordecai and Future Rigby teach their present selves how to become musicians, but Mordecai and Rigby still need to learn how to play guitar. Future Mordecai and Future Rigby give Mordecai and Rigby electrical picks, and Mordecai and Rigby perform excellent, but soon conflict is ignited when Present Mordecai and Present Rigby learn that they were duped into lip-synching.
The Unicorns Have Got to Go
Mordecai buys a new cologne to attract Margaret instead of hanging out with Rigby like he promised. But instead, the cologne attracts a gang of trouble-making unicorns. The unicorns "help" Mordecai attract Margaret, but only make him feel embarrassed so they can get a laugh out of it. At nighttime, the unicorns throw a party at the park, wrecking everything. Mordecai, Rigby, Benson, and Skips must then devise a plan to get rid of the unicorns.
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