Regular Show Inspired Dog Names In Pop Culture
Wolfhard's role in the "WerePops" wasn't anything too out of the ordinary - he was just your average werewolf who was standing trial for eating a man whole is all. John maintained his innocence, claiming that there wouldn't have been any evidence because he "always eats the bones." Unconvinced of John's innocence, the judge presiding over the trial was on the verge of convicting John before the werewolf asked to use the restroom. John had only done so because he noticed that Pops had gone into the latrine as well as... and was preparing to put a sinister plan into action.
When Wolfhard encountered Pops in the restroom, he coyly asked Pops to pass him a roll of toilet paper. When Pops obliged him, John attacked - biting Pops and transforming him into a werewolf. John used the resulting pandemonium of Pops' transformation to escape the courthouse and head for London - a place that he claimed respected werewolves. The rest of the "WerePops" segment plays out, with the newly transformed Pops getting into all sorts of trouble, before John and the old man encounter each other again near the segment's end.
John expresses remorse over transforming Pops into a monster. The old man accepts and befriends Wolfhard, in line with Pops' kind nature. To further smooth things over, John invites Pops to the Royal Palace London so that he can be with John and his fellow werewolves. Pops happily joins John and all have a great time together.
There's actually a number of other canine characters who have been featured on the show, but their names either typically weren't given or they otherwise only appeared on screen for an incredibly brief amount of time. We'll list them as well down below, referring to them by their fan nicknames or creating custom aliases for them.
Regular Show Inspired Dog Name Considerations
Even if not a big fan of the show, you may be swayed to name your dog after a Regular Show character once you learn a bit about the principal cast members; Mordecai's got a calm and collected demeanor most of the time (often leaving him as a voice of reason and the most "regular" character around), while Rigby is much more wild and crazy, but is nonetheless incredibly loyal to his friends. Skips tends to dole out sage-like advise to those around him whilst perpetually sporting a nonplussed attitude while his best buddy Hi Five Ghost is a quiet fellow. Mordecai and Rigby's boss Benson is a hothead who is contrasted by the ever-affable Pops. Study your new dog's personality and see which character suits the best!