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Title: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 12, 2017, 04:40:58 PM
I don't know how we don't have a topic for this. Last sunday's episode might be in my top 5. I love how they went from a side story to probably something very important to future storylines.

Next week episode looks to be heavily inspired by Sandman.
http://nerdist.com/rick-and-morty-neil-gaiman-sandman-parody/
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 12, 2017, 05:50:31 PM
I thought we did have a topic for it.  Huh.

This season has been darker and more disturbing, but I feel like it doesn't quite have the deep character exploration of previous seasons aside from the Pickle Rick episode.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 12, 2017, 06:03:13 PM
I actually think we are getting more deep character exploration. Like Drunk Rick going all Jigsaw and finding out Morty regularly cleans up after his black outs. Rick thinking emotional attachments as being toxic and at the same time learning he doesn't actually have an emotional attachment to Rick. Summer developing a bit of a death wish. Beth on the verge of a total breakdown. Jerry actually being the most emotionally healthy of the family when he shouldn't be. Finding out the difference between Morty and Evil Morty basically being his neurotic side.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on September 12, 2017, 06:47:29 PM
Yeah, the show's done a good job of showing how everyone's dealing/not dealing with the fallout of The family splintering.
I'm eagerly awaiting the return of Phoenix Person.





I broke Scourge. Poor Scourge.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on September 12, 2017, 07:57:37 PM
Is good show
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 15, 2017, 01:47:30 PM
https://imgur.com/gallery/Asfhl
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 15, 2017, 09:03:36 PM
https://imgur.com/gallery/Asfhl

That was perfect!
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on September 16, 2017, 12:17:32 AM
https://imgur.com/gallery/Asfhl

That was perfect!
I read that earlier today, forgot to comment.
Pretty neat!
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 16, 2017, 02:14:09 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKBbUdfvwrU (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKBbUdfvwrU)
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 18, 2017, 10:44:04 AM
I want to know who wrote Summer's last line front last night's episode. I kinda hope it wasn't Justin or Dan but one of the writing staff taking the piss out of them.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on September 18, 2017, 06:50:02 PM
I want to know who wrote Summer's last line front last night's episode. I kinda hope it wasn't Justin or Dan but one of the writing staff taking the piss out of them.
lots of writer credits on the episode
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 18, 2017, 06:52:18 PM
yeah the writers had a ball with the episode.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 20, 2017, 03:49:46 PM
https://www.avclub.com/heres-the-awful-secret-that-truth-tortoise-told-morty-1818582607
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on September 20, 2017, 07:31:10 PM
Anyone Google Luna's license plate? It was the first tocket sent to the moon, the Saturn 5.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 25, 2017, 03:29:34 PM
Soooo what do you guys think Beth decided on?
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: therock on September 25, 2017, 06:59:58 PM
man the rick clan are some pretty horrible people
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 25, 2017, 07:02:23 PM
Morty has become the moral(ish) compass of the show and his family will be his downfall.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: therock on September 25, 2017, 07:11:13 PM
Morty has become the moral(ish) compass of the show and his family will be his downfall.

Even then he did shoot Rick in the head..granted it was a fake gun but he didnt know that

And might of maybe killed someone who dump summer



Jerry oddly even though he not moral might not be evil. He just not particually good. More of a cowardly asshole

Dont know where that put him on any D&D chart
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 25, 2017, 07:30:03 PM
Like I said his family will be his downfall.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 28, 2017, 12:16:05 AM
Netflix has Morty's Mindblowers.  I love their anthology episodes.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 28, 2017, 12:43:09 AM
And now I caught up to episode 9 since it's on youtube.  My money is on Beth being a clone at the end, especially since this season keeps indicating that she is just like Rick has done similar things.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Bran Mak Morn on September 28, 2017, 11:17:44 AM
Netflix has Morty's Mindblowers.  I love their anthology episodes.

This & Pickled Rick are my favs so far.

I loved Summer's indifference at the end of Mindblowers, especially knowing & shrugging off the abuse she copped afterwards.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 28, 2017, 12:18:44 PM
Harmon had to condemn some of the "fans" because they apparently were harassing and doxxing the new female writers even though the season has been on point. I wouldn't be surprised that a lot of those fans were pissed a female psychiatrist put Rick in his place at the end of the Pickle Rick ep. Personally, I think the character needed it.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: scourge on September 28, 2017, 02:54:22 PM
Oh the psychiatrist thing added so much to the episode and I love when they focus on how fucked up Rick truly is
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 28, 2017, 04:58:18 PM
Yeah absolutely. One of the best cut downs for an asshole main character in any series.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 28, 2017, 06:24:48 PM
I thought Rick won that little exchange, personally.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on September 28, 2017, 07:44:14 PM
I liked that Beth and Rick figured out the shit in the realfantasy land at the same time.

Went a long way to show how smart she actually is, and the whole episode put her little hoof horse into context
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 28, 2017, 09:16:33 PM
I thought Rick won that little exchange, personally.

How? She barely was in the room with him and basically had him figured out to the point he had to put his defenses up. She walked away confident in her assessment and he walked away denying her truths about him.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 29, 2017, 12:34:37 AM
I thought Rick won that little exchange, personally.

How? She barely was in the room with him and basically had him figured out to the point he had to put his defenses up. She walked away confident in her assessment and he walked away denying her truths about him.

Oh, she had him pegged when he wasn't in the room, no doubt.  Anyone could figure out Rick's motivation for why he turned himself into a pickle.  When she called him out on it, he was perfectly fine with explaining exactly why he turned himself into a pickle, then went on to disregard therapy.  I mean, the therapist was right in what she was saying, but Rick still disregarded her by the end.  It wasn't much of a victory, imo.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Propeus The Fallen on September 29, 2017, 03:34:20 AM
No, Rick and Beth knew she was right. Just watch how they ignore Summer and Morty who pretty much accepted everything she said and wanted to go back.

They are both just two people who claim to be know everything, but won't ever face the truth about themselves, or even admit they have a flaw that cuts to their core.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on September 29, 2017, 04:00:23 AM
I thought Rick won that little exchange, personally.

How? She barely was in the room with him and basically had him figured out to the point he had to put his defenses up. She walked away confident in her assessment and he walked away denying her truths about him.

Oh, she had him pegged when he wasn't in the room, no doubt.  Anyone could figure out Rick's motivation for why he turned himself into a pickle.  When she called him out on it, he was perfectly fine with explaining exactly why he turned himself into a pickle, then went on to disregard therapy.  I mean, the therapist was right in what she was saying, but Rick still disregarded her by the end.  It wasn't much of a victory, imo.
Hahaha jesus christ

When you break someone down and they fuck off like a petulant child and lock in full-time denial mode, you fucking destroyed them

Fuck sakes
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on September 29, 2017, 04:03:14 AM
There is zero fucking logic to "well yeah she wrecked him but he ignored it so it doesn't count"

HOW FUCKING LONG HAVE YOU BEEN POSTING HERE AND YOU THINK THAT

How fucking in denial are you going to be about this whole thing and decide you haven't been fucking annihilated because you're just not going to listen?
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 29, 2017, 09:38:32 AM
(http://fanfest.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Pickle-Rick.jpg)
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 29, 2017, 09:40:34 AM
No, Rick and Beth knew she was right. Just watch how they ignore Summer and Morty who pretty much accepted everything she said and wanted to go back.

They are both just two people who claim to be know everything, but won't ever face the truth about themselves, or even admit they have a flaw that cuts to their core.

I never said Rick didn't know.  He's just so far gone that it doesn't affect him.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on September 29, 2017, 11:04:16 AM
It definitely affected him. He doesn't go into his "I turned myself into a Pickle because therapy is stupid" rant until after he gets back into a corner by the shrink which he thinks is going to break her and it doesn't. Then she puts him in his place dismissing that small part of the problem and nailing the full problem on the head. She nails the fact he uses his intelligence to justify his sickness when they aren't related. Rick is self destructive because he doesn't like boredom not because he's the smartest person in the multiverse and when she pin points that fact he shuts the fuck up until he's in the car with Beth where they can both dismiss her even though she was 100% right about him.

If it didn't affect him he wouldn't have just sat there and took it.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on September 29, 2017, 07:23:06 PM
I'll have to go back and watch that episode.  I didn't walk away with the sense that he was really rattled the first time.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Propeus The Fallen on October 03, 2017, 03:37:20 PM
Rick is no match for Jerry's patheticness.

And I'm actually kind of happy with this episode. It was an actual happy ending all way around...even Mr. Poopy Butthole has recovered, got an education, and has a loving wife and kid.

Seriously, I thought the season finale was going to go super dark.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: therock on October 03, 2017, 06:20:26 PM
This make it clear to me that morty Ricks true morty, and not an alternate or clone or whatever

he was ready to leave everyone but Morty
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on October 09, 2017, 06:04:36 PM
The season finale was okay.  Rick was a little Mary Sue-ish in his fight with the president, but I guess that was to emphasize that, as brilliant as he is, he'll never get rid of Jerry.  All in all, I think this was a weaker season than the previous two.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: therock on October 09, 2017, 06:57:01 PM
I like it

But sometimes Harmon gets a little to in his head with the darkness and phycology. Community got overly dark at times, and abed got a little to manic pixie dream girl
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: LiquidSailor on October 09, 2017, 07:00:33 PM
I thought they said the season was going to be 12 episodes.  I was saddened.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: scourge on October 10, 2017, 08:09:00 AM
The season finale was okay.  Rick was a little Mary Sue-ish in his fight with the president, but I guess that was to emphasize that, as brilliant as he is, he'll never get rid of Jerry.  All in all, I think this was a weaker season than the previous two.

Taking on the president was a step down from taking on the Galactic Federation or Council of Ricks. I did like that the US had basically similar tech but w/ more side effects/costs. Something felt a little Stark vs Banner tech fight about it.

As to the quality of the season overall, it's hard to say, but I think it had episodes that rival anything from other seasons. Pickle Rick in particular. Also the one where we see the lives of all the Ricks and Mortys left in the citadel. And Morty's memories that had been erased montage clip episode. 3 amazing episodes. The season opener was also strong. Think the season ended maybe a little weaker than it started. This finale in particular was just kind of whatever, still a strong season tho.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on October 10, 2017, 08:14:55 AM
The season finale was okay.  Rick was a little Mary Sue-ish in his fight with the president, but I guess that was to emphasize that, as brilliant as he is, he'll never get rid of Jerry.  All in all, I think this was a weaker season than the previous two.
As to the quality of the season overall, it's hard to say, but I think it had episodes that rival anything from other seasons. Pickle Rick in particular. Also the one where we see the lives of all the Ricks and Mortys left in the citadel. And Morty's memories that had been erased montage clip episode. 3 amazing episodes. The season opener was also strong. Think the season ended maybe a little weaker than it started. This finale in particular was just kind of whatever, still a strong season tho.

That's kind of the thing.  We have the brilliant season premiere that hints at Rick's past and establishes the split between Jerry and Beth, then we get stuff like evil Morty gaining power at the Citadel of Rick, Beth gradually turning into her father and possibly being a psycho, etc. but it never goes anywhere.  I figured Jerry and Beth would get back together but it was done mostly off-camera as the b plot to all the president stuff.  All the rest is build up but no payoff.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Bran Mak Morn on October 10, 2017, 08:15:53 AM
Yeah seeing the family get back together was kinda anti-climatic.

Still the same issues but bottled up in denial even more.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on October 10, 2017, 08:17:49 AM
Yeah seeing the family get back together was kinda anti-climatic.

Still the same issues but bottled up in denial even more.

Right and even that could've been handled well as a callback to the therapist episode to show that these people are broken and in denial.  Instead, it's presented as a happy ending when it's anything but.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Bran Mak Morn on October 10, 2017, 09:09:13 AM
Yeah seeing the family get back together was kinda anti-climatic.

Still the same issues but bottled up in denial even more.

Right and even that could've been handled well as a callback to the therapist episode to show that these people are broken and in denial.  Instead, it's presented as a happy ending when it's anything but.

That's the thing though there's no fine balance between zanny whacky action/ribald humour to serious real life family/mental issues.

One minute it's hilarious watching Rick & the president trying to get a one-up on each other...the next is realising no one in real life actually has a perfect functioning family unit.

It's like Pickle Rick is for the kids but the therapy side is a big Fuck YOU to every family that's either tried or just plain given up.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: MTL76 on October 10, 2017, 09:17:42 AM
Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: SmeaGog on October 10, 2017, 09:39:32 AM
Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?

I'm still not sure I even like the first season. I circled back to it after skipping to the second expecting to appreciate it more, but mostly it still felt very hit-and-miss. These days it's easily one of my favourite things on television, but I really doubt I'd have given it as many chances as I did if I didn't love Dan Harmon elsewhere.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: scourge on October 10, 2017, 11:46:09 AM
Yeah seeing the family get back together was kinda anti-climatic.

Still the same issues but bottled up in denial even more.

Right and even that could've been handled well as a callback to the therapist episode to show that these people are broken and in denial.  Instead, it's presented as a happy ending when it's anything but.

That's the thing though there's no fine balance between zanny whacky action/ribald humour to serious real life family/mental issues.

One minute it's hilarious watching Rick & the president trying to get a one-up on each other...the next is realising no one in real life actually has a perfect functioning family unit.

It's like Pickle Rick is for the kids but the therapy side is a big Fuck YOU to every family that's either tried or just plain given up.

The therapy part is what brought Pickle Rick to the level of probably best episode of the season. I def enjoyed them getting a little self reflective.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: scourge on October 10, 2017, 11:47:21 AM
Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?

I don't know what this show would be like if I hadn't started watching from the first episode, but as it is, it certainly gets a shit ton of hype. Could imagine it might be overblown at this point. I think it's a great show, inheriting the mantle of adult animated comedy of the moment. If it keeps going too long it'll undoubtedly follow in the footsteps of other shows that walked this path (Simpsons, South Park), aka just be there in the background w/o the devoted following. As of now I think it deserves some love, though it is an odd show flavor to be this phenomenal hit. Think at it's best it's smart and funny which both of those shows were. If you're expecting the GOAT I could see it being underwhelming. still think it's a great show though.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: therock on October 10, 2017, 12:10:20 PM
Yeah seeing the family get back together was kinda anti-climatic.

Still the same issues but bottled up in denial even more.

It would actully be more climatic if Jerry grew a pair and told beth to fuck off
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Bran Mak Morn on October 10, 2017, 01:40:52 PM

The therapy part is what brought Pickle Rick to the level of probably best episode of the season. I def enjoyed them getting a little self reflective.

Most episodes were centred on various family members being self reflective with each other.

The therapy session just felt like an outsider's (the therapist) perspective & didn't shed anything new.

Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?

I like the zany adventures & quirky sexual innuendo but the most irritating aspect is Rick's burping & Morty's stuttering...their conversations get annoying to listen to at times.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on October 10, 2017, 04:49:48 PM
Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?
Finding out about the fanbase has really cooled me on this show, but I do still really like it
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on October 10, 2017, 05:57:42 PM
Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?

I'm still not sure I even like the first season. I circled back to it after skipping to the second expecting to appreciate it more, but mostly it still felt very hit-and-miss. These days it's easily one of my favourite things on television, but I really doubt I'd have given it as many chances as I did if I didn't love Dan Harmon elsewhere.

I watched season one and two on netflix a while back because I knew a lot of people who loved the show.  Season two is definitely the strongest so far, but I think binging it was the way to go.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: MTL76 on October 10, 2017, 07:57:52 PM
Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?
Finding out about the fanbase has really cooled me on this show, but I do still really like it

I found out about the annoying fanbase before I saw any episodes, and I've only seen episodes from Season 3, which is apparently the worst one, so I'm probably fucking it all up.

But the show seems to veer between shock violence and treacly sentimentality, like the episode where the therapist deconstructed Rick in thirty seconds and he was shaken by her insights. If he had banished her to another dimension that seems like it would have been true to the character.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on October 10, 2017, 11:02:50 PM
Am I the only person who found this show really underwhelming?
Finding out about the fanbase has really cooled me on this show, but I do still really like it

I found out about the annoying fanbase before I saw any episodes, and I've only seen episodes from Season 3, which is apparently the worst one, so I'm probably fucking it all up.

But the show seems to veer between shock violence and treacly sentimentality, like the episode where the therapist deconstructed Rick in thirty seconds and he was shaken by her insights. If he had banished her to another dimension that seems like it would have been true to the character.
Ignoring her because he knows she’s right and going to get drunk is a lot more in character

I saw the first season at the end of 2014 when my cousin showed it to me. Do yourself a favour and start from the beginning

The third season is “worse” because it’s slightly different
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on October 10, 2017, 11:32:11 PM
Yeah when someone cuts him down with some honest truth without signs of anger it gets to him. Just like how he was going to commit suicide after Unity cut him down.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: therock on October 11, 2017, 11:36:51 AM
Yeah when someone cuts him down with some honest truth without signs of anger it gets to him. Just like how he was going to commit suicide after Unity cut him down.

what a cuck

No wonder AP has him as his sig
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on May 16, 2018, 04:39:29 AM
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.theverge.com/platform/amp/2018/5/10/17340164/rick-morty-adult-swim-70-episode-renewal

Anyone hear about this? 70 more eps...
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Uhtceare on May 16, 2018, 05:57:02 AM
WOOT!!! :-D
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on May 18, 2018, 01:12:59 AM
Talk about long term. It’ll take YEARS to do this many eps!
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on May 18, 2018, 01:18:09 AM
So nice i said it twice! ;D
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Whiskeyclone on May 23, 2018, 10:09:33 AM
I've only seen the first two seasons, and I did so well after they came out and the cultish fanbase was firmly in place. I was fairly oblivious to it for some time and it was only as it was just reaching its new level of cultural ubiquity that I finally checked it out - I remember this big libertarian super-nerd I worked with for a few months was always singing its praises.

I think it's funny and I appreciate its creativity, but it's so fucking overrated by its fans. It's not nearly as clever or funny as it thinks is and with a few tweaks could probably be something really great, but that's just not its style. I'll check out Season 3 when it hits one of the streaming services I have, but I'm not going to bother chasing it down any other way.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: XerxesTWD on May 23, 2018, 12:08:21 PM
Everything is overrated by the fans. That's why they're fans and not objective parties.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on May 23, 2018, 11:58:06 PM
 Maybe you guys just dont like it as much as others. Doesnt mean its overrated.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on May 24, 2018, 12:00:09 AM
I love the show. Its probably in my top 5 but oooohhh boy the hardcore fans overrate it like crazy.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on May 24, 2018, 05:59:59 AM
Agree to disagree, i guess. Cant really overrate something really great.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Whiskeyclone on May 24, 2018, 11:35:47 AM
I like Bob's Burgers. I think it's the best adult-friendly cartoon on network TV, or maybe even basic cable, too, if we ignore the every-6-years set of 10 new Ventures Bros episodes.

I don't think it's a life-bible or the greatest, most subversive, funniest slice of 22-minute comedy ever made.

There's a difference between enjoying something and taking it to cultish levels of adoration.

But at the same time of course, yeah, good for them that they're enjoying it so much.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: XerxesTWD on May 24, 2018, 12:29:29 PM
Don't worry, I can't stand Bob's Burgers because Kristen Schaal's everything annoys me to no end.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on May 24, 2018, 01:53:52 PM
Agree to disagree, i guess. Cant really overrate something really great.

you can if you camp out for a limited mcnugget sauce and then flip out when McDonalds doesn't have just because a cartoon characters likes it.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on May 24, 2018, 02:56:42 PM
Agree to disagree, i guess. Cant really overrate something really great.

you can if you camp out for a limited mcnugget sauce and then flip out when McDonalds doesn't have just because a cartoon characters likes it.

Eh, that's just plain dumb consumerism.  No different than people trampling each other on Black Friday.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Mightily Oats on May 24, 2018, 03:59:18 PM
Agree to disagree, i guess. Cant really overrate something really great.

you can if you camp out for a limited mcnugget sauce and then flip out when McDonalds doesn't have just because a cartoon characters likes it.

Eh, that's just plain dumb consumerism.  No different than people trampling each other on Black Friday.
The difference being the impetus for both actions

Rick and Morty fanboys are fucking awful
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on May 24, 2018, 06:10:58 PM
Agree to disagree, i guess. Cant really overrate something really great.

you can if you camp out for a limited mcnugget sauce and then flip out when McDonalds doesn't have just because a cartoon characters likes it.

Eh, that's just plain dumb consumerism.  No different than people trampling each other on Black Friday.
Yeah, i dont blame the cartoon for that i blame the lack of birth control.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: NeoGreenLantern on May 24, 2018, 06:34:42 PM
I don't think anyone is blaming the cartoon for being overrated.
Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: Riv1 on May 24, 2018, 06:39:58 PM
I think the actions of a type of fan can sometimes color ppl’s perception, enjoyment, of a product.

Title: Re: Rick and Morty
Post by: AP on May 24, 2018, 07:32:59 PM
I think the actions of a type of fan can sometimes color ppl’s perception, enjoyment, of a product.

True.  I'm not a big fan of the current Star Wars movies (Rogue One aside), but when some fans claim I'm a misogynist for not liking them, it makes me want to dislike them more.