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That Toxic Rick episode of Rick and Morty made Rick so unlikeable. Portraying love like a disease doesn’t really promote meaningful relationships. I am not sure how I feel about this season. Both makers of the show are so nihilistic since they both went through nasty divorces. The sauce meant that nothing matters. It wasn’t serious. It was a joke. Rick is a total asshole. To me, that’s one of the main things about the show. We’re not supposed to like him at all, and he treats everyone around him like complete garbage. It’s interesting how many people end up wanting to be like him. A lot of the show are criticism very rough real situations, but in general I don’t think it should be taken so seriously, at the end of.
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I thought he was always an asshole, and I think that’s how he’s supposed to be portrayed. Tbh I’ve kinda liked this season. Tho, I feel bad now that I know they got divorced. I like the dark humor and biting social commentary a lot. Of course it is a bit bleak, however I did assume in the first place it was not meant to be taken completely seriously and more as a form of venting about the world. So much analysis! I need to catch up, I’ve only seen the first episode and pickle Rick one. Where are you streaming it? Rick’s love for Morty wound up in his toxic self because Rick himself viewed love as a negative trait. It’s a comment on Rick’s world view, not on love in general.