aww jeez, rick, why are the audience identifying with you when you're the deliberately amoral villain of the series whose cruel and selfish decisions regularly backfire, ruining his life and the lives of his immediate family
realising that rick is a genuinely horrible person with little to no remorse or morals
that time he avioded going to counselling? i would do that too! well without the pickle stuff but still
@lynnesbian i turned myself into a trans girl stereotype, morty! i'm pickle riiiiiiiiiick
@00dani we're all like that
@00dani Beca- *uurp* Because Morty, when the writers, when the writers were writing the *burrp* show, were writing us, Rick and Morty, Morty, the writers wrote me *uh-urrp* they failed to properly show me as, -uhh, show me as a villain morty, They made me a cool anti-hero Morty, an Anti-hero!!!
@audrey @00dani aww geeeze rick, it's like the show being genuinely good in some regards makes it hard for fans to acknowledge (and creators to take responsibility for) problematic tendencies that were there from the start.
i-it's like we're unable to avoid either letting only reddit dudebros get anything from this, or not acknowledging there was a scene where we both openly criticize people who don't approve of the word "retarded" in season *one*
@00dani hey rocky watch me write a marrative that deconstructs masculinity!
Again? That trick never works!
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