Rick and Morty is the last place we’d turn to try and solve our existential crisis, but that didn’t stop video essayist Will Schoder from finding serious philosophical depth in the offbeat and indelicate sci-fi cartoon.
(NSFW) “Well then I hold myself in contempt ’cause you’re trying to pull me up to court without an attorney.” At Comic-Con, Rick and Morty co-creator and voice actor Justin Roiland read the transcript of an actual court case in the voices of Rick and Morty.
DIY Prop Shop shows us how to make an electronic replica of Rick’s portal gun. The replica’s body is made from cheap and readily available materials or objects – styrene, shot glasses, a bubble wand, a whisk handle – but the electronics and tools do complicate things.
(PG-13 Lyrics) Time to get Riggity Riggity Wrecked Son! Mashup master Mylo the Cat perfectly edited together bits of Rick and Morty lip-synced them to the sounds of Kendrick Lamar’s Swimming Pools (Drank). Seriously, this should have been the official music video.
(SPOILERS) Rick and Morty‘s second season ended with one hell of a cliffhanger. The Film Theorists present their semi-scientific take on what Rick’s transgressions might be. We think the answer will be a lot sillier, but this theory does make sense.
(PG-13 Language) Wubba lubba dub dub!Eclectic Method is here to regale us with his musical take on the beloved Adult Swim cartoon, in a super catchy remix packed with some of our favorite catchphrases from the duo.
Adult Swim Games’ Rick and Morty-themed parody of Pokémon puts you in the booze-stained coat of Rick – or at least, a Rick – to collect, train and combine over 70 Mortys across the multiverse. Gotta squanch ’em all! Available on iOS and Android.