Everything goes downhill from there, starting with Pops buying green poetry suits.

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"Rap it Up" is the ninth episode of season three (and forty-ninth episode overall) of Regular Show. Mordecai and Rigby are watching Crew Crew, a famed group of rappers, engage in rapping battles at the Park's Snack Bar.

All is well until Pops shows up, mistaking Crew Crew's rapping for poetry, and shares a bit of his own.

By donning Shakespearean-era clothing, the three defeat Crew Crew with poetry. Radio" • "Carter and Briggs" • "Skips' Stress" "Cool Cubed" • "Trailer Trashed" • "Meteor Moves" • "Family BBQ" • "The Last Laserdisc Player" • "Country Club" "Blind Trust" • "World's Best Boss" • "Last Meal" • "Sleep Fighter" • "Party Re-Pete" • "Steak Me Amadeus" "Laundry Woes" • "Silver Dude" • "Benson's Car" • "Every Meat Burritos" • "Wall Buddy" • "A Skips in Time" • "Survival Skills" "Terror Tales of the Park III" • "Tants" • "Bank Shot" • "Power Tower" • "The Thanksgiving Special" • "The Heart of a Stuntman" "New Year's Kiss" • "Dodge This" • "Portable Toilet" • "The Postcard" • "Rigby in the Sky With Burrito" "Journey to the Bottom of the Crash Pit" • "Saving Time" • "Guitar of Rock" • "Skips' Story" • "Return of Mordecai and the Rigbys" "Bad Portrait" • "Video 101" • "I Like You Hi" • "Play Date" • "Expert or Liar" • "Catching the Wave" • "Gold Watch" • "Paint Job" "Take the Cake" • "Skips in the Saddle" • "Thomas Fights Back" • "Bachelor Party! " • "Tent Trouble" • "Real Date" "Maxin' and Relaxin'" • "New Bro on Campus" • "Daddy Issues" • "Terror Tales of the Park IV" • "The End of Muscle Man" "Lift With Your Back" • "Eileen Flat Screen" • "The Real Thomas" • "The White Elephant Gift Exchange" "Merry Christmas Mordecai" • "Sad Sax" • "Park Managers' Lunch" • "Mordecai and Rigby Down Under" • "Married and Broke" "I See Turtles" • "Format Wars II" • "Happy Birthday Song Contest" • "Benson's Suit" • "Gamers Never Say Die" "1000th Chopper Flight Party" • "Party Horse" • "Men in Uniform" • "Garage Door" • "Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special" "Not Great Double Date" • "Death Kwon Do-Livery" • "Lunch Break" • "Dumped at the Altar" "Dumptown USA" • "The Parkie Awards" • "The Lunch Club" • "Local News Legend" • "The Dome Experiment" • "Birthday Gift" "Cat Videos" • "Struck by Lightning" • "Terror Tales of the Park V" • "Return of the Party Horse" • "Sleep Cycle" • "Just Friends" "Benson's Pig" • "The Eileen Plan" • "Hello China" • "Crazy Fake Plan" • "Win That Prize" • "Snow Tubing" • "Chili Cook-Off" "Donut Factory Holiday" • "Gymblonski" • "Guys Night 2" • "Gary's Synthesizer" • "California King" • "Cube Bros" "Maellard's Package" • "Rigby Goes to the Prom" • "The Button" • "Favorite Shirt" • "Marvolo the Wizard" • "Pops' Favorite Planet" "Pam I Am" • "Lame Lockdown" • "VIP Members Only" • "Deez Keys" • "Rigby's Graduation Day Special" "One Space Day at a Time" • "Cool Bro Bots" • "Welcome to Space" • "Space Creds" • "Lost and Found" • "Ugly Moons" "The Dream Warrior" • "Brain of Evil" • "Fries Night" • "Spacey Mc Space Tree" • "Can You Ear Me Now?

Just when they thought they wouldn't be called losers, Muscle Man mocks their choice of clothing, calling them losers. " • "Stuck in an Elevator" "The Space Race" • "Operation: Hear No Evil" "Space Escape" • "New Beds" • "Mordeby and Rigbecai" • "Alpha Dome" "Terror Tales of the Park VI" • "The Ice Tape" • "The Key to the Universe" • "No Train No Gain" • "Christmas in Space" "Kill 'Em with Kindness" • "Meet the Seer" • "Cheer Up Pops" • "A Regular Show Epic Final Battle" "Pilot" • "2 in the AM PM" • "The Naive Man from Lolliland" • "USA!

Crew Crew calls Pops a loser for that, making Pops mad and challenging them to a rap battle.

Mordecai and Rigby join Pops, knowing he would lose if he doesn't know how to rap.

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