DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the show Rick and Morty was based on The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti? Made by Rick and Morty's co-creator Justin Roiland, the animated short premiered on Channel 101's short film festival. Roiland is also the creator of the American animated sitcom, House of Cosby's. Apparently, actor and stand-up comedian Bill Cosby wasn't amused with Roiland's cartoon show. And that's why he made The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti back in 2006. It was a parody of Back to the Future, hence the characters' names. He said that he made the said parody as a way to "poke fun at the idea of getting cease and desist letters." It is probably one of the reasons why it is such a graphic and not safe for work video. Although it was made and released a long time ago, there are still copies on the internet where you can find where Rick and Morty came from.
The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti might NSFW and sexually explicit, but fans should be thanking Roiland for this. The 4-minute long video showed the prototype characters that the viewers can see in the Adult Swim show. After premiering on Cartoon Network, there are now plenty of websites to watch Rick and Morty. Some even offer streaming free Rick and Morty episodes, starting from the pilot season to the latest. So just choose the best site to watch Rick and Morty, then you can watch the show even without access to Cartoon Network. And if you are done then you might as well watch Steven Universe online, which has the same humor as Rick and Morty.
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