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Fans can hardly wait for Rick and Morty to come back for its fourth season, which is supposed to come out this November! But seeing as that is still a ways away, we thought we would revisit some of the moments that made us love the show even more than we already did. The show has become famous for its off-the-cuff improvised moments, especially in the Interdimensional Cable episodes. Well, these are some of the best. Like the creation of Rick’s catchphrase: Wubba Lubba Dub Dub, which was a joke based off the whoop whoop from the Arsenio Hall show. Or how about the fact that they actually prefer to use outtakes in the final product, like the Gazorpazorp-field ending, where he cracks up asking for his enchiladas. There’s the entire cold open of the pilot episode that was all completely off script, the Quick Mysteries segment from Rixty Minutes, the unfortunate premise for a show called Man Vs Car, which is exactly what it sounds like, and good ol’ Ants In My Eyes Johnson, who also can’t feel anything, but that doesn’t sound as good as Ants In My Eyes so it often falls to the wayside. There is the grossly funny Eye Holes bit that turns into an ad for cereal, a play fight in the episode M Night Sham-aliens that was made up on the spot, the great detective Baby Legs, some of Rick’s most famous rants, and a ton more amazing moments that would be hard to believe weren’t in the script if they weren’t so perfectly Rick and Morty.
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