It’s not a fictional product from Rick and Morty. What Rick said was true; it was introduced as a Funny Rick Sanchez Kamehameha Toilet Paper Shirt cross-promotion with Mulan in 1998. Well basically it’s an underground thing to make ironic memes and stuff in subreddits like ok buddy retard and comedy hitmen and comedy necrophilia n stuff. And Pewdiepie uncovered ok buddy retard and a lot of people started jumping onto the ironic memes. Expect to see a lot of these memes. They will be bad because there will be so many of them. Oh well… Everyone somehow thinks other people don’t get rick and Morty. If the show didn’t mock him, the pickle wouldn’t be much of a joke, everyone gets that.
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Man, remember how that episode came out and all of the Funny Rick Sanchez Kamehameha Toilet Paper Shirt Rick and Morty fans were fucking livid about the therapist character and kept calling her a dumb bitch, despite the fact that she (meaning the writers of the show) was exactly right about his massive issues? But because it was criticism of their hero, and from a female no less, they threw a shitfit? Unfortunately, the third season jumped the shark. Instead of well-written self-contained snappy episodes full of great banter/jokes based around a subverted popular sci-fi trope or two, we have fans fawning over pretentious “hi-IQ” wank, indulgent overthought fanboy rubbish for people who use the word “lore” (like what evil Morty/the citadel of Ricks are doing without the protagonists), and catchphrase pickle shit.
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None of your critiques of Funny Rick Sanchez Kamehameha Toilet Paper Shirt season three are actually critiques of season three. These are all just griped about fans. Don’t let other people (who are largely very annoying, wanky, and generally shit) stop you from enjoying a show. If you don’t like season 3 that’s fine but it doesn’t seem that’s your issue. I feel like the batch of writers they brought on for season 3 were writing to their perceived audience more than to the actual spirit of the show. They went out of their way for character development and world-building that just ultimately felt out of place to me. It came off as trying too hard for a show that was best when it felt like it wasn’t trying at all. If you enjoyed it, the power to you, but I can’t help but agree with Castro.