Television Rick and Morty

I watched the first and second episode at a friend's house. It was my first time ever watching Rick and Morty.

I watched the first episode.


I watched episodes 2 to 8. While I found the show humorous and well-written, for some reason I couldn't continue watching.

However, about an hour later, instead of choosing a movie or another show to watch, I decided to finish the season.

20170514: Morning
I woke up and couldn't go back to sleep. I started watching season 2. I saw episodes 1 and 2.


Remark: I'll be watching the uncensored versions (language is not bleeped out). I first watched a YouTube video with all the uncensored parts from the first season.

20170514: Evening
I watched (season 2) episodes 3 and 4.

I watched (season 2) episode 5 with Ada.

I watched (season 2) episode 6. Later I watched (season 2) episode 7.

20170518: AM
I watched (season 2) episode 8.

I remember my friend talking about people having theories on the show and I was going to read some but decided to first write my own theory. Having seen each episode only once, I don't really know many details, but I would say that the show is just a television show. This is because of the way Rick sometimes breaks the fourth wall and has his catch phrases (e.g., the end of Season 1). It would also explain why the story wouldn't necessarily be consistent.

I finished the season today (watched episodes 9 and 10). The ending of season 10 certainly falls into my theory of the show just being a television show (unless that's just the way the writers want to end their seasons).

0=Watched once before at my friend Michael's, 1=20170511


1: Haha. It'll be like Inception except it'll make sense.
1: Hahahaha. "You think you can control me with a haircut?" (I assume Snowball meant castration)
1: Ha. Human testicles.
1: "It's like Old Yeller." "Aw. You mean cause it had dogs."
0=Watched once before at my friend Michael's, 1=20170512


1: Hahahahaha. "...I watch them. Sometimes from a chair, sometimes from a closet. Almost always dressed as Superman."


1: Hmm... I knew they were trying to get the formula still (when Morty is pouring the ingredients in) but I don't think Rick got tricked. The aliens prematurely stopped the simulation before seeing if the combination of ingredients worked.
1: Anyone smart enough would figure at least one of two things (and I assumed Morty was smart enough). First, if the aliens already had the concentrated dark matter formula, then they would have been able to catch up, so using concentrated dark matter to attempt to escape would be a futile effort. Second, the best assumption is to assume they are still in a simulation, and first test it with a fake formula. From the point of view of the aliens, they cannot verify the authenticity of the formula on the fly, and yet after using the fake formula, the aliens would have to simulate that it works. Or, as in the episode, stop the simulation.
1: With all that being said, the simulation of Morty was advanced.

1: Ghostbusters
1: Ha. Morty's bargain. "Every tenth."


1: Hahaha. Infinite universes. And the Rick and Morty we're following left their universe and entered one where versions of them saved the universe but die.


1: "Ball Fondlers"



1: Great season finale.

1: Ha, the options.
1: When Fart sang, I could hear Jermaine Clement's voice
1: Hahaha. Hahahaha. Takes home a Jerry that might not be his

1: Uh... what? [The Wikipedia explains the appearance of Mr. Poopybutthole by saying it is a different pair of Rick and Morty]

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