Like most blue jays, he has curved, crested blue feathers, or "hair", on his head.

Mordecai almost never wears clothes, except on special occasions, and he wouldn't wear them for an entire episode, or he'll only wear a shirt and no pants, similar to Rigby.

Two white lines are found on both of his wings with two thinner, black lines on each of his fingers and one stripe of each of his thumbs, and three tail feathers, each with two black stripes.

Mordecai is the tall, responsible, mannered one, while Rigby is the short, immature, energetic one in the duo.

They both work at the park together with Benson as their boss.

," as he and Rigby often exclaim, although they do stop saying this when they get older as seen in the finale.

Mordecai has shown a variety of abilities and habits—both good and bad—throughout the series.

He is a serious person and wants people to do the right thing.

It is also proven that he is fond of the word "dude" and the saying "oooooooh!

William (father)Hilary (mother)Steve (uncle) Maxine (aunt)Daphne Gonzales (ex-girlfriend)Molly Sherman (ex-girlfriend)Bernice Chan (ex-girlfriend)Sasha Diaz (ex-girlfriend)Margaret (ex-girlfriend)Starla (ex-girlfriend, unintentionally)CJ (ex-girlfriend)Mantis Princess (ex-fiancée, unintentionally)Stef (wife) 2 unnamed sons and 1 unnamed daughter Mordecai (Born in 1987) is one of the two main protagonists of Regular Show, along with his best friend Rigby. After the dramatic ending with Pops' defeat over Anti-Pops, in which he sacrifices himself to save the universe, Mordecai finally parts ways with Rigby, and he becomes an abstract artist, marries a bat-like girl named Stef, who he meets at a gallery and has 3 children with her (2 sons and a daughter).

He made his debut in the non-canon short ("2 in the AM PM") as a human cashier, who then morphs into a prototype Mordecai-like character with a fanny pack. Mordecai is a 6'3" tall, skinny, anthropomorphic blue jay. The upper portion of his head, wings, tail feathers, and back are mostly blue, while the lower portion of his head and chest are white (and a few times pale-blue) with a faint, blue line down the length of his chest.

He later makes his first official appearance in the Pilot episode. A thick, curved black marking is on each side of his head, around where his ears would be.

His dark gray nose is found on his grey beak between his two eyes.

Although almost every problem caused by the duo is Rigby's fault, Mordecai does cause problems at times, though they are unrelated to work.