In the golden age of narrative TV, cartoons offer countervailing subversive pleasures: They're juvenile, satiric, surreal. Those words all apply to the wild spree Rick and Morty.
by Tom Gliatto | 12/2013 | People Weekly
The success of Rick and Morty’s second season wasn’t just its broad imagination, but also how it let Rick incrementally grow a conscience without spoiling the madcap, pitch-black humor at the show’s core. Rick and Morty was co-created by Dan Harmon and like his long-running cult hit Community, it manages to be both innovative and classical in its storytelling.