Rick and Morty

Let me start by saying – goddamn was I such a huge fan. I loved it. I couldn’t get enough of it. I was in that first met, giggle and eye wink honeymoon romance that accompanies all new loves. I’d meet up with my buddy Justin and we grab some beers and Subway sandwiches, then we’d open up the next episode. It was true love baby, and now it is fading fast.

I’m not sure what the problem is. Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland signed a lucrative and massive seventy episode deal with seasons that are much longer than they are used to and that might well be feeding into the humdrum has-been feeling that is settling over the whole series. Perhaps it is the audience themselves, who often self-proclaim tremendous brilliance and demand that every episode cater toward the smarter side of things.

Whatever the case is, I find myself sincerely hoping that things can get worked out fast. Because the show started off so novel and brilliant and now it feels like someone forgot to wrap it up and throw in the fridge. It is really starting to stink and I’m about ready to move on.

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Published by Damien Lee Hanson

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