Rick hooks up the family's TV with interdimensional cable, allowing them to watch infinite TV from across the multiverse.


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Episode credited cast:
Rick / Morty / Fake Door Salesman / Tophat Jones / Ants in My Eyes Johnson / Gazorpazorp / Baby Legs / Two Brother Movie Announcer (voice)
Jerry (voice)
Summer / Glen's Wife (voice)
Beth (voice)
Jeff Bergman ...
Insurance Salesman / David Letterman (voice)
Jon Arbuckle (voice)
Quick Mystery Judge / Regular Legs (voice)
Johnny / Wife Beater (voice)
Ryan Ridley ...
Trunkman / Bachelor (voice)
Quick Mystery Host / Last Will and Testimeow: Weekend at Dead Cat Lady's House II Announcer / Newscaster (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jonathan Keogh ...


When Rick hooks up the family's tv receiver with reality-tv shows from alternate dimensions, and allows them to see themselves in different versions of their lives, they begin to wonder what they have, and more importantly - what could have been. Written by NemesisQ

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The idea of watching strange TV programs from other worlds/universes originated from Episode 4 of "House Of Cosbys", an animated series created by Justin Roiland. See more »


Rick and Morty both remark that the TV shows seem to have a "improvisational feel" to them. At the end of the trailer for Two Brothers, the voice actor just loses it and says the name of the movie is "Two Brothers". See more »


Morty: Nobody exists on purpose, nobody belongs anywhere, everybody's gonna die. Come watch TV.
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References Saturday Night Live (1975) See more »


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Written by Tanya Donelly
Performed by Belly
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THIS is my favorite episode
9 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I used to think "Lawnmower Dogs" was my favorite episode in the series, but I have changed my mind. This episode's premise is extremely basic, but absolutely hilarious. Rick simply reprograms the TV to watch shows from other universes. The entire episode mostly seems like an episode of "Robot Chicken" as it seems like just a series of random short hilarious sketches. If I'm allowed to have a favorite part, I'd have to say the Gazorpazorpfield segment. The voices are great and Rick and Morty themselves make an awesome joke about the voice actors. Then again, the Baby Legs segment was great. You have no idea what's going to show up next in this episode and it's worth it to see every part.

There's even a great subplot with the other family members that actually leads to some real heartwarming moments. It's great that the show has continuity, as Morty mentions that he actually came from another Universe himself. The way they go so well with the idea of the Multiverse just shows how this show uses its vast ideas in the biggest ways. The weird thing is that the most memorable part might be the very ending. It is seriously one of the most unexpected and heartwarming things the show has ever done. I don't want to spoil it, but let me tell you it really puts a whole new perspective on the episode.

Be sure to stay after the credits. ****.

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