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forteh:

i think one of my fav lines from rick and morty is from episode 3 with the simulation chamber and the alien is like “i swear, if there’s a wiener on that monitor, stew” and punches his fist

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rickisadick:

damn son

REAL HUMAN BEING

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mr-gus-the-mighty:

I have the same feeling when I’m doing a Solidworks project

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pizza-supper:

grumpy

No Jon/10

NOT EVEN ONCE

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Hey Al Jean, stop being holier than thou about shit like this!

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lntruding:

Rick and Morty started off with a classic episode about a boy (Morty) who was into a girl that was way out of his league, so he wanted some sort of potion to make her fall in love with him

obviously, like in most episodes similar to this one, it doesn’t work out, but instead of making Morty totally blame-free, Rick totally calls him out on the creepiness of his actions.

Rick and Morty might be totally hilarious, but they get pretty deep sometimes. This was just one of the many moments on this show where they missed a chance to make a shitty gag joke about something offensive to bring up a deeper meaning instead, the meaning in this case being:

"just because you call it something innocent, like a love potion, doesn’t make it any less creepy that you’re forcing something on another human being to make them love you against their will"

tl;dr: fuck yeah Rick and Morty