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J.G. Quintel Discusses “Regular Show” Season 3 and DVD Release

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Animation Magazine has spoken with J.G. Quintel, Regular Show creator and voice of Mordecai the bluejay, about the third season of the show, which is about to be released on DVD tomorrow. Among other topics, Quintel discusses his puzzlement over the home video release schedule for Regular Show, the advantages of the 11-minute format of the show, changes that were made going into the third season, surprises that came up during the third season (especially the Mordecai-Margaret romance subplot), and the learning experience that results from doing commentary tracks for DVD releases.

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