The rest of the class had no idea what to make of it, but I was instantly hooked, and while I had no idea what was in store for this project, I knew that it had a mountain of potential. There is no way that the daughter of Rick Sanchez wouldn't have seen some shit. When he was crashing ships and passing out drunk, maybe, but Rick is physically fit and more then capable of looking after himself. All I have is, I think it has something to do with the Morty who turned evil. Using this plot-line is unflattering for everybody; the Woman who is confined to dragging down the story every time she shows up, and the Man who for some reason attached himself to someone who isn't anywhere close to his intellectual equal. Rick and Morty Pilot Episode: , , There are other sites, but as we are a semi-official community, they won't be linked here.
Evil Morty shows there may be more to Rick's relationship with his grandson then we've been told. The show won't tell us. Also I'm glad Roiland dropped the constant stuttering. An animated series on adult-swim about the infinite adventures of Rick, a genius alcoholic and careless scientist, with his grandson Morty, a 14 year-old anxious boy who is not so smart, but always tries to lead his grandfather with his own morale compass. High school seems to have been where her whole life changed for the worse: maybe she started as a 13 year old freshman still with big dreams, and by 18 she was alone, pregnant, married to a much older guy, and desperately in search of a future.
Apart from that, no real opinion. That's what really stopped me from falling in love with the pilot. Rick can carry the gene without displaying it himself, but it means fair hair is in at least part of his background. I wrote about her , but when we know this little about someone who seems to be linked to every question the show has, everyone is going to have their own theories about her. She's the one who brought Unity back to her senses and Tiny Rick was all her idea.
Is it good or bad? Since we'll be on the same schedule it'll be interesting to see the different takes the two communities have on the show! Rick could be of Spanish origin, however other than his last name, there is zero hint at where Rick comes from. She converted to Headism when she thought it would keep the world from ending. A Latino is a Latin American from Spanish-speaking Central or South America. Casually hoping into bed with Jerry at the end of the episode is also very unlike their combative relationship later in the show. This ability to be funny and sad and have both work is definitely in Rick and Morty. There is the brainwave element, but I don't know if that's all there is.
Firstly, the amount of time Rick has been around. Sprinkles was a comedy, but it's played straight, and the absurdity comes from having this goofy character in this heartbreakingly sad story about the plight of the outsider. Feel free to add on your theories or submit follow-up questions. Didn't have to just be on Friday! I know if I was a writer on a show I'd really value a forum like this. Follow the subreddit Rick and Morty chat: Our Shitpost Subreddit:.
We'll have to wait and see. We think it has something to do with Morty. If they don't address that and keep Beth as a relatively 2D character, then I'll be pretty disappointed. It would seriously make me cry if they go this way with Mrs. Or maybe he's just from that part of c-137! We don't know why he's back. If you've seen it a million times, you're in the same boat as a lot of people here! Maybe that's her way of feeling like she's in control of her world when everything in her life has been batshit crazy.
For what it's worth though, considering Morty keeps showing Jessica Rick's tech in an effort to impress her. Feel free to add on your theories or submit follow-up questions. I linked over to this thread in ours, so I figured you guys might want to check out ours as well. He's uneducated and inexperienced, but he's not an idiot. Obviously it's their prerogative but.
Random humor is not the same as careless humor. Or rather, I don't think his wife would have let him. On Channel 101, a then fairly obscure site featuring indie content that was one of Dan Harmon's pet projects. Post it below and let's talk. It's such an interesting window into the fan base's mindset.