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)
Adam Ray ...
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)
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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 title of this episode is in reference to the American news program "60 Minutes", which is "the oldest and most watched newsmagazine on television", having been on the air since 1968. Presumably, the reason the show is in reference to this program is due to the Interdimensional Cable programs all being different from each other, like the individual segments on a news channel. 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 »


Don Pardo: It's "Saturday Night Live"! Starring a piece of toast, two guys with handlebar mustaches, a man painted silver who makes robot noises, Garmanarar, three s- eh- bl- um- uh- uh- uh- I'll get back to that one, a hole in the wall where the men can see it all, and returning for his twenty-fifth consecutive year, Bobby Moynihan!
Rick: Interesting fun fact: uh, Moynihan and Piece of Toast hate each other. Apparently they've got some real creative differences,
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References Cloud Atlas (2012) See more »


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This is why Rick and Morty is the best animated show out there.
7 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This was a brilliant episode, one of the best in reflection. My fellow reviewer complains that it slows down to focus on one gag a plethora of character development. I would argue that this is (in this case) an extreme positive, not an extreme negative.

The big premise of the episode is inter-dimensional cable. Rick hooks up the T.V to receive television from every alternate time-line. Infinite TV. This means that they encounter some very strange programs. It leads to some of the series' funniest and most memorable gags. This already sets it up there among the funniest TV episodes. But it goes further.

The family starts using the technology to glimpse what could have been in their lives. This is used for fascinating character development, competent even for a non-animation. It also leads to a great monologue from Morty about the consequences of a previous episode.

Now this, THIS, is where Rick and Morty sets itself above all the other sitcoms. It uses an intriguing sci-fi premise to create hilarious and memorable gags and push the characters into fascinating and compelling development. So now, what at first appears to be filler is actually important and distinguished; art that is entertaining. And that's a win in my book.

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