He was the owner of The Park until the series finale, Benson's boss, the adoptive father of Pops, and husband of Mrs. Maellard. He has an office on the third story of the House where he is seldom seen. He made his first appearance in the Season 2 Episode "Dizzy".
Mr. Maellard"Pops" MaellardPopsGenderMaleOccupationEntomologist (in "Exit 9B") Park ManagerAffiliationPark Workers Mordecai and the Rigbys Dome SubjectsFamilyMr. Maellard (Adoptive Father, deceased) "Anti-Pops" (Brother, deceased)
Mr. Maellard is revealed to be the adoptive father of Pops in Season Eight's episode "The Ice Tape". Previously seen in Skips vs. Technology, Pops has been in the care of him and his wife since the early 1900's.
Henry has been serving Pops' family for generations. He has lots of materials in his bag, ranging from a shrinking room to a complete arsenal of brain-thawing materials, like dynamite and flamethrowers. He owns a flying car just like Pops does.
Mark Hamill is the voice of Benson's Dad in Regular Show.
Benson. Because Pops is so out of touch with the outside world, and with reality, he relies on Benson to run the park. He's Mordecai and Rigby's boss and he's always on their case.
Pops before sacrificing himself. Pops Maellard (birth name, Mega Kranus) is the tritagonist of Cartoon Network's Regular Show. Pops appears to be a rich, thin humanoid alien lollipop from Lolliland whose step-father owns the park as well as the house, in which Pops shares with Mordecai and Rigby.
Anti-Pops, a.k.a. "He Who will Erase Us" and real name Malum Kranus is the main antagonist of Regular Show. He is also the last and most powerful villain and he made his first debut in the Season Eight episode "The Dream Warrior". He later made a full appearance in "Space Escape".
153 years oldMr. Maellard is at least 153 years old, and when he married his wife, he could have been at least 20 years old. He could have been born sometime in 1859.
StefMordecai / Significant otherStef is a one-time character who made her debut at the end of Season Eight during the series finale episode "A Regular Epic Final Battle". She is Mordecai's wife and the mother of their children (two sons and one daughter).
Despite being an elderly man, Pops is very childlike and naïve about the world around him. It was due to an accident in "Prank Callers" when the gang accidentally knocks him over with the kart in his young age to make him back into a child. Therefore, he serves as somewhat of a non sequitur character.
Both the Oxford English dictionary and Merriam Webster give the definition of "pop" (singular) to mean "father" in an informal manner and give "pops" to be the plural form of pop, thus "fathers". If I am not mistaken, however, many Americans seem to use "pops" in a singular sense to call their own fathers.
Pops Maellard (birth name, Mega Kranus) is the tritagonist of Cartoon Network's Regular Show. Pops appears to be a rich, thin humanoid alien lollipop from Lolliland whose step-father owns the park as well as the house, in which Pops shares with Mordecai and Rigby.
According to the chronicles of Lolliland, Anti Pops or Malum Kranus was born in order to balance with his brother Pops which is considered the most powerful being in Lolliland.
Pops is the only main character to die onscreen along with his twin brother. He is seen watching the life of the park crew during the 25 years of their life in the afterlife after his death. It is revealed in "Meet the Seer", Pops's favorite planet is actually Lolliland his birth planet.
Pop and Pops Pop is the most recent way to say father originating in the 1830's. It is short and has a more grown up feel than papa or dada, although still affectionate. We tend to use shortened versions of dad to show affection and uniqueness and pops has a very informal tone.
Calling someone "dad" as a way to express your love and affection for them or some aspect of their personality might seem like a natural usage for it — but it can result in some awkwardness, too: Those on the streets of LA didn't seem to want to use it this way, but they accepted Habersberger referring to them as such.
Originally Answered: Does Kakashi have sharingan in both eyes? Yes.. But before he don't. As his childhood friend Obito gave his both eyes before his death to defeat kaguya which let him use Susano.
Yes but, they would have ONE in each eye. For example if an Uchiha and a Hyuga were to have a child, that child would have a Sharingan in its left eye and a Byakugan in its right (this is just an example the Sharingan could be in the right eye and vice versa for the Byakugan).