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its pretty funny. persoanly i like dan harmonds writing style
if u like crazy scifi and a weird take on back to the future then this is up ur alley
full first ep.
First season is out, second season just starting airing slash leaking all over the internet.
Bit of background:
Rick and Morty is the brain child of Dan Harmon (Community, the good seasons) and Justin Roiland (even if you haven't heard of his name, you've proably heard his voice). Based off a short skit that Roiland did almost a decade ago (NSFW), that somehow got turned into a show, Rick and Morty features the titular characters going on crazy adventures throughout the multiverse.
And definitely not for children.
To elaborate further; Rick Sanchez (Justin Roiland), a genius inventor/scientists/sociopath and raging alcoholic, dragoons his grandson Morty Smith (Justin Roiland) into acting as his aid/accomplice on his inter-dimensional travels through time and space on "adventures". On occasion, Rick ropes his granddaughter Summer Smith (Spencer Grammer), daughter Beth Smith (Sarah Chalke) and son-in-law Jerry Smith (Chris Parnell) into the mix, or they just get caught up in dealing with whatever eldritch abomination Rick has cooking in the garage.
For the most part Morty is kind of a doormat and just goes with it.
When not romping through the multiverse with Morty and accidentally (or deliberately) committing arson, murder, xenocide and other miscellaneous crimes against sentient lifeforms, Rick lives with the Smith family tinkering on outlandish and possibly world ending inventions.
A lot of them get out of hand:
It's first and foremost a fun show to watch, but word to the wise, it hits some pretty dark and deep tones as the they explores the complex relationship between Mortys parents and the underlying cause behind Ricks alcoholism. The third episode of the second season ends on near Jurassic Bark levels of feels.
Give it a shot.
Ship: I am unable to destroy this army. To clarify, I am quite able to destroy this army, but you will not permit it.
Ship: You also refuse to authorize emotional countermeasures.
Summer: Yes, please, no more of that.
Ship: Confirmed. I am currently constructing a security measure in compliance with your parameters. But I do want to say you are not making this easy.
Liking all the guest voice appearance; David Cross, Rich Fulcher and Jermaine Clement have all been in episodes...the latter is in my current fav (though that can and probably will change )