Rick and morty: season 1 TV review - Aussieboyreviews
WILL TEENS ENJOY THE SCI-FI ADVENTURES OF RICK AND MORTY?
Teens and adults will love Rick and Morty. This animated show features funny episodes of sci-fi adventures experienced by two memorable and witty characters, a quirky scientist and his grandson.
An alcoholic scientist named Rick and his naive grandson Morty get out of building gadgets in the garage and embark on numerous absurd adventures.
Creator: Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon
Cast: Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer, Sarah Chalke
Release Date: 2 December 2013
Episodes: Pilot / Lawnmower Dog / Anatomy Park / M. Night Shaym-Aliens! / Meeseeks and Destroy / Rick Potion #9 / Raising Gazorpazorp / Rixty Minutes / Something Ricked This Way Comes / Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind / Ricksy Business
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The series features crude humour and science fiction themes including depictions of fantasy monsters and creatures. The series also contains a crude sequence in which young teenager is sexually assaulted by a monster in a bathroom.
The series features frequent sequences that include animated bloody depictions of disembowelment, people being blown up and fantasy monsters and creatures being shot.
The series contains use of the words “f**k” and “motherf**ker”, in addition to use of the words “s**t”, “ass”, “d**k”, “p***y” and “bitch”.
The series contains verbal drug references and also features depictions of cocaine snorting.
The series contains frequent depictions of animated buttocks nudity.
The series includes multiple verbal sexual references and also features brief scenes of masturbation and implied sexual activity.
Aussie boy's thoughts
An adventurous science fiction series not necessarily to intrigue you with the concepts of the episodes, but to have you in hysterics. Rick and Morty just doesn’t take anything seriously and doesn’t care about sending any real morals, although it is sometimes thought-provoking, but is meant for the laughs. Stereotypically for adult animated material, there’s quirky scientist characters with potty mouths and crass jokes. The voice acting, comical tone and silliness are all memorable.
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