The 'Rick And Morty' Cast Recorded A Mini-Episode That May Have Teased A Film

In order to tide fans over between the second and third seasons of the show, the people behind [...]

In order to tide fans over between the second and third seasons of the show, the people behind Adult Swim's "Rick And Morty" assembled to improvise a mini-episode of their beloved sci-fi comedy series.

Actress Spencer Grammer (Summer), co-creator Just Roiland (who voices both Rick and Morty), co-creator Dan harmon, and writer Ryan Ridley were challenged by Vulture to improvise a scene right on the spot. As with any improv comedy, the most important words are "yes and "and," however, the most frequently used words in the exercise happened to be "feces," "knees," and "septic."

After co-creator Dan Harmon set the tone for the exercise by stating, "lower your expectations," the gang set off into an episode that seemed to be going in several different directions. For Spencer Grammer, the 4-minute mini-episode was about her character Summer trying to figure out what college she should attend. Yale, MIT, and Harvard are all the schools she has listed as her options. Summer's grandfather, Rick, had more pressing matters to deal with, such as injecting "120 CC's of feces" into Morty's knees. Why, you ask? Because why not. But also because Morty has been begging for this peculiar procedure for weeks Rick explains.

As Roiland switches back and forth between voicing Rick and Morty, it almost seems like two different people are in the scene. The episode ends up going in a bizarre direction that turns out to be kind of disgusting even by "Rick and Morty" standards. In the wild skit, the actors manage to work in Morty becoming an eyelash, Summer shooting John Lennon, and Nebutron the "cow-headed demon from the underworld" randomly showing up.

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