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Today let’s talk about Rick & Morty!
Rick and Morty is one of the smartest, funniest, most entertaining shows in recent memory. One super interesting aspect of Rick and Morty is that its title character, Rick Sanchez, is beloved by fans despite being an apathetic horribly flawed criminal.
In fact, the majority of Rick and Morty viewers root for Rick more than any other character.
Today we’re going to go over why exactly that is, using some of my favorite Rick and Morty clips, and also a few things you can apply to your own life to be as magnetic and well respected as Rick, without all the terrible traits mixed in :-)
0:58 A quick rundown of flaws of Rick Sanchez of Rick and Morty
1:50 People admire excellence as also mentioned on Emergency Awesome
2:20 Humor affects the impact of what is said on Rick and Morty Adult Swim
3:00 The power of speaking unpopular opinions out loud
4:30 The dark side of human emotion which is also shown on Rick and Morty season 3
6:13 The film theorists even agrees wisecrack Rick taking risks to protect
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what you've just said... Is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point, in your rambling, incoherent response, were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
Why hes good character? Coz lot of guys in that serial likes him. He can manage to survive, has unimagineable power of solving anything. He cares about loved ones. He has flaws means you can releta to him - hes not god, not some imposible idol not reacheable not posible in real world. Basicly everything you want from guy that can survive from our human perspectives thats why its loveable character. Thats why every character that manages to win (survivibility which we all seak) in a long run, no matter what their goals or morality is, will be good character. Same with person who tries hard enough for it because it stil shows us that there might be way how to achieve it, it shows what to be aware of if we gona go same path or if we liked his way of wining we can even decide out of it coz he lost.
What if I don't like this show or I don't find it is amusing? Like, I don't get it. I don't think it is terrible but it is also not good, at least to me. Like, it is not Bob's Burgers or Archer levels good.I tried to watch it but most of it was just boring to me.The only Rick and Morty scene that I have watched and really liked was the Tony! Toni! Toné!
scene when they start dancing.The worst one was when my friend showed me this clip and it was just some character screaming Mr, me speaks or something like that. It was just grating.
This is so interesting and i love this type of conversation. The other day I was thinking about why so many love the Joker from DC when he's such a crazy psychopathic asshole but I cant talk. I am obsessed with Rick and he's virtually the same, just a scientist.
People are all saying if they knew Rick in real life they would want to be his friend. Sure, you say that now, but if he treated you like he treats Morty, you wouldn’t exactly want to hang out with him. He’s a really bad person. He has some good qualities, sure, but he does horrible, abusive, and cruel things. He’s not a good father, grandfather, or friend. He’s purely entertainment. Nothing more.
Speaking as a diagnosed anti-social, narcissist and megalomaniac, I can attest to the benefit of finding an outlet for these traits. Video games sate my desires for power and control, provide the means for me to reflect on my selfishness without getting angry and allow for absolute, uninhibited, unrelenting violence. My favorite game covers all these: Hitman. Today, I'm a liberal with social awareness who has devised logical arguments for moral behavior, something I never thought I'd subscribe to as a kid, but now I recognize the benefits of. If I didn't have video games, I'd be a danger to people around me.
An anti-social's best friend is whatever alleviates boredom without harming other people. Breaking the rules set by the majority, who are not like us, is flipping a coin for ruining whatever potential you might have and pursuing that potential to its end. It's the difference between a CEO and a prisoner. It's the difference between a presidency and imprisonment. It's the difference between endless wealth and nothing to your name. It's not only logical to go by the rules set by society, it's beneficial to your continued existence within it. However, if you're going to commit a crime, take time to prepare, plan every detail and make sure you get away with it, because if you don't, you're fucked.
I like rick because I always strive to be a "genius" even though i'm of pretty average intellect. I have a lot of good invention ideas but I struggle to create prototypes. I also have a dark view of mankind and love and all that, the same as Rick does, but he's so much better at communicating it. He's a mix of who I am and who I want to be. He goes on these rants and I swear he's pulling it all straight from my mind, but if I were to try to explain it it would come out way wrong. I think a lot of people feel the way he does, but like me, they either can't really communicate such thoughts as well as Rick, or simply hold them in in fear of being judged or disliked. Most of your video was pretty spot on tbh.
I have a better way of saying this:
Rick is like Bill Murray. We love him because he says and does all the things that we subconsciously have always wanted to say; even though it's really dickish. Life can be frustrating, and sometimes it's just great to vent. The problem is that Rick and Bill are filling fictional roles in tv/movies, where the people they are being dicks to have been written to deserve it on some level. They are still cool because of that.
Finding the appropriate outlet is there in a part of the answer
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