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Rick And Morty: Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland Interview
On 09, Sep 2015 | In Press & News | By firstname.lastname@example.org
The minds behind Rick and Morty talk season two, the UK premiere, and way more…
If you make a lot of bad life decisions or you’re just old, you might be unaware that the best television show airing is Rick And Morty: a high-concept, sci-fi, animated, action-adventure comedy from creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, about a kid and his sociopathic, alcoholic, genius scientist of a grandfather going on adventures across an infinite multiverse. If you’re British, you get a bit of a pass as the show is only just premiering in the United Kingdom, and how kind of you to wait for it and not realize how easy (and fun!) it is to steal stuff off the internet.
If you are someone still unacquainted with Rick And Morty, you’re most likely to know Dan Harmon as the creator of Community, the most clever sitcom of the past decade, and Justin Roiland as the awesome, somewhat painful voice of the Earl of Lemongrab on Adventure Time. But they’ve done a lot of great stuff in addition to that. Harmon created (and was subsequently fired from) The Sarah Silverman Program, on which Roiland was a writer, actor, and animator and the two also worked together on the quickly-canceled but truly brilliant sketch comedy show on VH1 called Acceptable.TV, which featured an amazing, recurring, animated sketch called Mr. Sprinkles.Read more