"Rick and Morty" has become a cult classic television show for good reasons. The science fiction sitcom created by y Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon caught the hearts of thousands of fans for its outlandish story lines, colorful and graphic visuals and its seemingly crazy characters.
The show follows a cynical mad scientist named Rick Sanchez and his misadventures with his grandson Morty. You occasionally get the inclusion of his other family members who all play their roles in some dysfunctional way.
Since the show's debut in 2013 it has garnered mass appeal from its audience and has had high ratings on the Adult Swim network. Fans somehow relate to Rick's view of how the world really works. His narcissistic personality and vast knowledge of the universe and outside dimensions makes his outlook on life seem comical and pointless.
Morty on the other hand is a budding teenager who gets dragged around by his psychotic grandfather through different worlds. Despite constantly trying to not go on adventures, Morty is easily manipulated. Deep down he enjoys this odd relationship with Rick.
The pair are the common ying and yang. Morty serves at the pairs conscious and morality, always questioning Ricks decisions and considering people emotions. He still sees the infinite worlds and life as something to hold on to. The alcoholic rick serves as the darkness that tries to tarnish Morty from being so blind to how the world really works.
The dynamic duo alongside their crazy misadventures through the multiverse is a barrel of laughs with hidden innuendos to how we should really look at ourselves and reality.
The show, after taking a two-year hiatus, is back on November 10th on Adult Swim at 11:30 pm.
The show will premiere in two parts. Originally fans were concerned that they would only get a limited number of episodes after such a long wait for a new season. The first five episodes with premiere in 2019 and the following episodes will air in 2020. Justin Roiland confirmed a total of ten episodes back in July.
The show has accumulated a huge fan base from the common TV watcher to celebrities like Chris Evans who can not help but rave about the show. He even went as far as recording his TV while watching to let people know how much he likes the show.
After watching a few episodes you will too. Make sure to catch Rick's cynical mind and Morty's awkward moments in brand new misadventures, seeing as there are dozens of more episodes scheduled.