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VIDEO: The Big Woo

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The Big Woo
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Length: 22:03:37
Aired: 4/4/2014

It's graduation week at Freshwater High and Bea is left to ponder the most important question of her life, is Oscar "The One" for her? watch

VIDEO: Fish Taco / Freshwater Lives

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Fish Taco / Freshwater Lives
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Length: 22:30:02
Aired: 3/21/2014

Explore the lives of our characters through the perspective of a taco across the Freshwater Mall food court. watch

VIDEO: Algae Day / Brothers of a Feather

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Algae Day / Brothers of a Feather
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Length: 22:29:20
Aired: 3/7/2014

There's three feet of algae on the ground and school is cancelled. watch


Rick And Morty
Rick And Morty: Season 1
Rick And Morty: Meeseeks And Destroy
Dan Harmon Talks About 'Rick and Morty' While Dressed as Bird Person

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Year Title Description
2013 Out There TV Show Series, Voice - Chris
2013 Rick and Morty TV Show Series, Voice - Rick Sanchez/Morty
2010 Fish Hooks TV Show Series, Voice - Oscar

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Watch My Show: Rick and Morty's Dan Harmon Answers Our Showrunner Survey

Rick and Morty is Adult Swim's stab at making a narrative-driven, grown-up cartoon — if that grown up was a raging, eccentric alcoholic. From the minds of Community creator Dan Harmon and actor/writer Justin Roiland, Rick and Morty follows the relationship between scientist Rick — who also happens to be a... read more

Rick and Morty Creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland on Their Surreal New Series

Like most Adult Swim fare, there's a manic quality to Rick and Morty, but co-creator Dan Harmon instills an oddly emotional realism to it, helping it stand out amongst the crowd. 

The series follows Rick, an alcoholic mad scientist, as he drags his slightly dimwitted grandson Morty on a series of adventures across time and space. While Rick has no qualms roping Morty into his own self-serving schemes and even knocking off a few of his classmates along the way, there's a thrilling freedom to watching Rick indulge in his bad tendencies.  

As Harmon explains toTVGuide.com, part of Rick's appeal is the fantasy fulfillment of "wanting to be the smartest [person]  in the room and telling everyone else that none of their problems matter ... and just burping and walking away." Though over time, Harmon says, people will start to understand Rick is the way he is because he "has seen a lot of things that would challenge a normal person's ability to continue thinking that certain things are sacred."

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