Mordecai (voiced by J. G. Quintel) is an anthropomorphic blue jay who works as a groundskeeper at The Park. He has been best friends with Rigby ever since childhood, and together they are very lazy and constantly slack off at their jobs there. Mordecai is more conscientious, intelligent, mature, and moral about his actions than Rigby is, which sometimes leads to his opposing Rigby when he is the cause of some kind of chaotic problem. However, Mordecai usually sides with his friend and the two generally stick together through their adventures. Mordecai loves to play video games and is a better player than Rigby, he also demonstrates decent strength, such as carrying large boulders, and never being hurt by Rigby’s punches, able to punch Rigby across an entire room with ease. He can sometimes become caught up in his emotions, often letting them get the better of him. However, he is usually quick to apologize to others if he has hurt them and occasionally takes the lead in fixing a situation. He had a crush on Margaret Smith, a red robin who worked as a waitress at a local coffee shop. Mordecai would often hang out with her, along with Rigby and Eileen Roberts, and made many attempts to try to start a relationship with her. The two finally begin to date in the fourth season until Margaret decides to leave for college, thus ending their relationship. He decides to take a break from dating in “Dumped at the Altar”, after his relationship with CJ didn’t work out. In the episode “Camping Can Be Cool”, it is revealed that he attended art school before being employed at The Park; however, he never finished the course due to his bad portrait skills, which were revealed in the episode “Bad Portrait”. He is shown to have an outgoing mom, who embarrasses him around his girlfriends and also made a highlight reel of Mordecai’s most embarrassing moments, as seen in “Maxin’ and Relaxin'”. In the epilogue to “A Regular Epic Final Battle”, Mordecai quits The Park, moves to New York City, and returns to making art. He opens a successful exhibition and meets a bat woman whom he marries and starts a family. Mordecai’s wife was not given a name in the show. Head writer Matt Price, on Reddit, gave her the name Stef when asked about it, and writer Owen Dennis stated on Tumblr that there had not been previous plans to give a name to the character.