The Schwiftiest Rick And Morty Secrets And Theories COMPILATION
- Published: 19 April 2019
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Since fans had no problem rioting over a McDonald’s sauce, we imagine that it’s only a matter of time before they take to the streets demanding season 4 of Rick and Morty. But while they wait for their favourite entertainment to come back to them, it’s a good time to study up, because there are a ton of Rick and Morty behind-the-scenes facts that they just might not know about. Like the previously mentioned Szechuan Sauce riots, or the fact that Jerry drives the same car as the Griswold family from National Lampoon’s Family Vacation. And yes, we think there’s a Chevy Chase connection in there somewhere. How about how Bryan Cranston could have been the voice of Jerry, Justin Roiland wrote “Get Schwifty” when he was a kid and then built the episode around it, the show has only passed the TV-14 rating twice in its sordid history, and Rick and Morty might actually share a universe or two with Futurama! The Pickle Rick episode was inspired by an episode of Breaking Bad, you can actually play Jerry’s balloon popping game for real, Community definitely has some tie-ins with Rick and Morty, the pilot was written in only 6 hours on the same day the the show was sold, Rick’s catchiest catchphrase was actually an accident, we wouldn’t have Rick and Morty if we hadn’t lost Community, and Bill Cosby inadvertently has some involvement with the creation of our favourite cartoon! All these and more make up some of the wildest behind the scenes details about Rick and Morty!
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