An animated series on adult-swim about the infinite adventures of Rick, a genius alcoholic and careless scientist, with his grandson Morty, a 14 year-old anxious boy who is not so smart. Together, they explore the infinite universes; causing mayhem and running into trouble.
Science makes sense, family doesn't.
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A strange-looking helmet can be seen on Rick's work bench in many episodes. He can even be seen fiddling with the helmet at the beginning of the episode Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender. The presence of said helmet has led to a dark new fan theory that is based around the urban legend of the suicide helmet, in which a troubled teenager builds a helmet rigged with shotgun shells that he uses to commit suicide. Rick's helmet contains several red tubes protruding from its surface that look unsettlingly like shotgun shells. Rick has had many close calls with death over the show's run, but given his unstable and often highly depressive mindset, it is believable yet very unfortunate that he would willingly build a device for such a purpose. Others have argued that the helmet looks a bit like the the brainwave-analyzing helmet worn by Doc Brown in Back to the Future
(1985) as he tries to reads Marty's mind. Given that the show is based on Doc and Marty from Back to the Future, this theory isn't too far-fetched either (and the helmet seems to contain a set of goggles, which seems a bit unnecessary if its purpose is to kill the wearer). See more
The Ballfondlers do not do enough Ballfondling to justify calling their series "Ballfondlers", and one of them is a woman. See more
Oh so we're supposed to sleep every night, now? Do you realise that nighttime is like half of all time?
There is a scene based on what happened earlier is shown at the very end of the credits of most episodes. See more
The DVD/Blu-Ray release of Season One un-censors all cursing/profanity from episodes that are bleeped in televised airings. See more
Referenced in Tosh.0: Pee Lady
Rick and Morty Theme See more