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2017-09-26 02:19:23 PM  
Good interview.  Thanks, subby!
 
2017-09-26 02:22:19 PM  
Gonna post this again next week?
 
2017-09-26 02:22:24 PM  
I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?
 
2017-09-26 02:25:04 PM  

foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?


not -exactly- like Rick, and got knocked up at the prom
 
2017-09-26 02:26:56 PM  

The Bestest: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

not -exactly- like Rick, and got knocked up at the prom


...and that instantly changed her behavior?
 
2017-09-26 02:28:17 PM  

enry: The Bestest: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

not -exactly- like Rick, and got knocked up at the prom

...and that instantly changed her behavior?


We you have a baby, you have to set aside pink talking switchblades.
 
2017-09-26 02:28:58 PM  

enry: The Bestest: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

not -exactly- like Rick, and got knocked up at the prom

...and that instantly changed her behavior?


well it likely removed some of the life options she otherwise would have had and changed her world outlook
 
2017-09-26 02:30:50 PM  

foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?


I don't know, but "Don't jump a gift shark in the mouth" is my new favorite expression.
 
2017-09-26 02:35:10 PM  

skyotter: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

I don't know, but "Don't jump a gift shark in the mouth" is my new favorite expression.


What is it with Ricks?

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I think there's a link with the Ricky'isms.
 
2017-09-26 02:35:56 PM  

enry: ...and that instantly changed her behavior?


Do you watch the show? You know who Jerry is?

Every place I've ever worked, there is a guy like Jerry. And I am sure that if I had to marry a person like Jerry, my personality would be affected.
 
2017-09-26 02:36:27 PM  

foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?


One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.
 
2017-09-26 02:37:01 PM  

foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?


She always thought she was better and anything bad she did was just a result of him being a bad parent.  In this week's episode, she finally accepted that she really is that bad.
 
2017-09-26 02:45:34 PM  

The Bestest: enry: The Bestest: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

not -exactly- like Rick, and got knocked up at the prom

...and that instantly changed her behavior?

well it likely removed some of the life options she otherwise would have had and changed her world outlook


Yeah, in "Rixty Minutes", both Beth and Jerry view their lives in a dimension (C-500A) where they never had Summer, and Beth was a human surgeon, because without Summer, she was able to dedicate herself to med school.

/ Ofc, I can't imagine that vet school is that much less intensive
// And yeah, Jerry's a drag, but it doesn't help that Beth resents the fark out of him for derailing what she thought should've been her birthright
 
2017-09-26 02:46:46 PM  
I'm a little disappointed in his answer teasing the finale.  I was really hoping it was a followup to The Citadel, but I guess that's going to wait until another season.
 
2017-09-26 02:51:13 PM  

batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.


And then there are the hoof collages.
/No, before you ask, it's not illegal!
 
2017-09-26 02:54:21 PM  

NeoCortex42: I'm a little disappointed in his answer teasing the finale.  I was really hoping it was a followup to The Citadel, but I guess that's going to wait until another season.


Pretty sure it's an intentional misdirection, which was exactly what occurred on The Citadel episode. Either evil-Morty is responsible for what's happening, or that all gets resolved in the first 3 minutes and then evil-Morty shows up.

Unless the title of the episode is an intentional misdirection in itself....
 
2017-09-26 03:16:12 PM  

Wessoman: enry: ...and that instantly changed her behavior?

Do you watch the show? You know who Jerry is?

Every place I've ever worked, there is a guy like Jerry. And I am sure that if I had to marry a person like Jerry, my personality would be affected.


Looooossseerrrrrr
 
2017-09-26 03:20:34 PM  

batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.


She's not a dimension-jumping nihilistic super-genius mad scientist.
 
2017-09-26 03:36:47 PM  

batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.


Not a horse doctor.  A horse surgeon.  I'm not sure if there's a bright line between doctors and surgeons in veterinary medicine, but in American human medicine, the specialization starts pretty early.  You wouldn't want a surgeon diagnosing you or examining that rash.  Not because she lacked the education, but because the last time she did any of that would have been years ago.

In other countries, "surgeon" has historically meant someone even less qualified, essentially a field medic.

I have no idea how this translates into the veterinary world.
 
2017-09-26 03:44:24 PM  

andrewagill: batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.

Not a horse doctor.  A horse surgeon.  I'm not sure if there's a bright line between doctors and surgeons in veterinary medicine, but in American human medicine, the specialization starts pretty early.  You wouldn't want a surgeon diagnosing you or examining that rash.  Not because she lacked the education, but because the last time she did any of that would have been years ago.

In other countries, "surgeon" has historically meant someone even less qualified, essentially a field medic.

I have no idea how this translates into the veterinary world.


Never thought about it before, but you made me curious enough to plug the question into Google.

http://work.chron.com/equine-surgeon-salary-30222.html
 
2017-09-26 03:45:17 PM  

scottydoesntknow: NeoCortex42: I'm a little disappointed in his answer teasing the finale.  I was really hoping it was a followup to The Citadel, but I guess that's going to wait until another season.

Pretty sure it's an intentional misdirection, which was exactly what occurred on The Citadel episode. Either evil-Morty is responsible for what's happening, or that all gets resolved in the first 3 minutes and then evil-Morty shows up.

Unless the title of the episode is an intentional misdirection in itself....


I suspect that they wouldn't create a wrapper story, having done that exact same thing before.  On the other hand, I fully expect Evil Morty to show up in the finale.  So possibly Rick vs the US and Evil Morty?
 
2017-09-26 03:54:46 PM  

skyotter: andrewagill: batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.

Not a horse doctor.  A horse surgeon.  I'm not sure if there's a bright line between doctors and surgeons in veterinary medicine, but in American human medicine, the specialization starts pretty early.  You wouldn't want a surgeon diagnosing you or examining that rash.  Not because she lacked the education, but because the last time she did any of that would have been years ago.

In other countries, "surgeon" has historically meant someone even less qualified, essentially a field medic.

I have no idea how this translates into the veterinary world.

Never thought about it before, but you made me curious enough to plug the question into Google.

http://work.chron.com/equine-surgeon-salary-30222.html


See also http://work.chron.com/salary-orthopedic-surgeon-hands-upper-extremiti​e​s-28668.html

She would make about a third of the salary of a human surgeon as an equine surgeon.
 
2017-09-26 03:57:17 PM  

batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.


Based on the teddy bear it shows she's had an interest in being a vet since she was a kid.
 
2017-09-26 04:03:39 PM  
Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?

2) Did Rick fark off for 20 years leaving a clone in his place? Beth wasn't actually left alone, but actually abandoned?
 
2017-09-26 04:17:46 PM  

The Bestest: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

not -exactly- like Rick, and got knocked up at the prom


Also, it seems that Beth has been repressing her 'Rick side' since he disappeared, meaning she is still 'evil' (smart actually, which is worse) but has just been denying it. Just like people who immerse themselves in Christianity to deny their homosexuality, they're still the same person, but doing everything they can to fit some social expectation (Mother and wife, in Beth's case). Also an interesting philosophical question (like many other scenarios in Rick and Morty), what would you do if you could have absolute freedom from your life without causing negative consequences for those you are responsible to?
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2017-09-26 04:19:15 PM  

andrewagill:
She would make about a third of the salary of a human surgeon as an equine surgeon.

Equine surgeons probably have lower malpractice insurance premiums.

HydroMonkey: Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?


I'm going to re-watch that scene and compare it to the dialogue of the clones Rick left behind during the Mad Max episode.  Probably the same lines.

andrewagill: I suspect that they wouldn't create a wrapper story, having done that exact same thing before.  On the other hand, I fully expect Evil Morty to show up in the finale.  So possibly Rick vs the US and Evil Morty?



Too soon.  Evil Morty's just getting started.  He's playing a long game and is in no rush.
 
2017-09-26 04:24:48 PM  

HydroMonkey: Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?

2) Did Rick fark off for 20 years leaving a clone in his place? Beth wasn't actually left alone, but actually abandoned?


We know that Beth didn't have Rick around for 20 years.  We know that C-137 Rick has memories of an infant Morty and this Morty has erased memories of Rick on his 13th birthday.  And we know that Morty is 14 years old, and that this Rick has been back for only one year.

One popular theory is that Morty's original Rick left and died on an adventure, and that Rick's original Morty either died or became Evil Rick or something.  C-137 Rick has an attachment to Morty above and beyond camouflage, so he sought out a universe where his counterpart died.  That doesn't explain why Morty has memories from this time period, unless Rick brought the mind blowers with him.  Actually that could explain a lot.
 
2017-09-26 04:28:17 PM  

batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.


she's a HEART SURGEON for horses which is a ridiculous idea, horses are incredibly fragile creatures and they are only valuable when they are in the tippy top peak of health. there is no market for horse heart surgeons any more than there is for being a broker of used chewing gum. it's an absurd job.
 
2017-09-26 04:29:56 PM  

foo monkey: andrewagill:
She would make about a third of the salary of a human surgeon as an equine surgeon.

Equine surgeons probably have lower malpractice insurance premiums.

HydroMonkey: Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?

I'm going to re-watch that scene and compare it to the dialogue of the clones Rick left behind during the Mad Max episode.  Probably the same lines.

andrewagill: I suspect that they wouldn't create a wrapper story, having done that exact same thing before.  On the other hand, I fully expect Evil Morty to show up in the finale.  So possibly Rick vs the US and Evil Morty?


Too soon.  Evil Morty's just getting started.  He's playing a long game and is in no rush.


Are you suggesting that human surgeons have malpractice insurance in excess of $140,000 per year?

And clearly this won't be the resolution of the Evil Morty plot, but I do expect him to show up.
 
2017-09-26 04:34:30 PM  

foo monkey: andrewagill:
She would make about a third of the salary of a human surgeon as an equine surgeon.

Equine surgeons probably have lower malpractice insurance premiums.

HydroMonkey: Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?

I'm going to re-watch that scene and compare it to the dialogue of the clones Rick left behind during the Mad Max episode.  Probably the same lines.


Those weren't clones, they were advanced robots. Remember Rick shuts them both down and Morty reboots when he starts gaining sentience.

Beth would be an exact clone of Beth, so no shut-off switch.
 
2017-09-26 04:36:42 PM  
This is the guy claiming that 29% of Americans are Nazis?  Why is anyone paying attention to him?
 
2017-09-26 04:42:05 PM  

scottydoesntknow: foo monkey: andrewagill:
She would make about a third of the salary of a human surgeon as an equine surgeon.

Equine surgeons probably have lower malpractice insurance premiums.

HydroMonkey: Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?

I'm going to re-watch that scene and compare it to the dialogue of the clones Rick left behind during the Mad Max episode.  Probably the same lines.

Those weren't clones, they were advanced robots. Remember Rick shuts them both down and Morty reboots when he starts gaining sentience.

Beth would be an exact clone of Beth, so no shut-off switch.


He specifically said it would have a shut off switch, so if she ever came back he'd flip the switch and the clone would be shut off - with no paint, no regrets, and "zero chance of it going all Blade Runner."

It's Rick saying that, so take it with a grain of salt. If he flipped the switch and the thing slowly melted while crying, "What a world! What a world!" He'd just go "Oops", belch and move on. He doesn't have to have been being 100% honest about all that, just he was offering his daughter an escape hatch with an escape hatch to itself built in too.
 
2017-09-26 04:42:09 PM  

Crocoduck: This is the guy claiming that 29% of Americans are Nazis?  Why is anyone paying attention to him?


We're not that picky about rounding errors.
 
2017-09-26 04:56:23 PM  

mongbiohazard: It's Rick saying that, so take it with a grain of salt. If he flipped the switch and the thing slowly melted while crying, "What a world! What a world!" He'd just go "Oops", belch and move on. He doesn't have to have been being 100% honest about all that, just he was offering his daughter an escape hatch with an escape hatch to itself built in too.


That's just so unbelievable!  It's not like they've done that before.  Nosirree.

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2017-09-26 05:08:51 PM  

stevesporn2000: batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.

she's a HEART SURGEON for horses which is a ridiculous idea, horses are incredibly fragile creatures and they are only valuable when they are in the tippy top peak of health. there is no market for horse heart surgeons any more than there is for being a broker of used chewing gum. it's an absurd job.


I don't usually get to weigh in on these sorts of things, but Ive been a veterinary writer for 10 years, and an equine vet writer for 5.

Pretty much none of what you said is true. Horses are valuable as pets, as breeding stock, as working horses, and sport horses among other things. When they get sick, they don't just get a shotgun to the head.

There are board-certified large animal cardiologists, and a percentage of them are horse-only. You can get into the surgery/medical cardiologist thing if you want, but they exist and they do good work.
 
2017-09-26 05:13:56 PM  

mongbiohazard: scottydoesntknow: foo monkey: andrewagill:
She would make about a third of the salary of a human surgeon as an equine surgeon.

Equine surgeons probably have lower malpractice insurance premiums.

HydroMonkey: Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?

I'm going to re-watch that scene and compare it to the dialogue of the clones Rick left behind during the Mad Max episode.  Probably the same lines.

Those weren't clones, they were advanced robots. Remember Rick shuts them both down and Morty reboots when he starts gaining sentience.

Beth would be an exact clone of Beth, so no shut-off switch.

He specifically said it would have a shut off switch, so if she ever came back he'd flip the switch and the clone would be shut off - with no paint, no regrets, and "zero chance of it going all Blade Runner."

It's Rick saying that, so take it with a grain of salt. If he flipped the switch and the thing slowly melted while crying, "What a world! What a world!" He'd just go "Oops", belch and move on. He doesn't have to have been being 100% honest about all that, just he was offering his daughter an escape hatch with an escape hatch to itself built in too.


She's gonna turn into a mister meebles in the cold open for season 4.
 
2017-09-26 05:36:33 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: mongbiohazard: scottydoesntknow: foo monkey: andrewagill:
She would make about a third of the salary of a human surgeon as an equine surgeon.

Equine surgeons probably have lower malpractice insurance premiums.

HydroMonkey: Couple questions that might get answered on repeated viewings:

1) So we now have Shroedinger's Beth?

I'm going to re-watch that scene and compare it to the dialogue of the clones Rick left behind during the Mad Max episode.  Probably the same lines.

Those weren't clones, they were advanced robots. Remember Rick shuts them both down and Morty reboots when he starts gaining sentience.

Beth would be an exact clone of Beth, so no shut-off switch.

He specifically said it would have a shut off switch, so if she ever came back he'd flip the switch and the clone would be shut off - with no paint, no regrets, and "zero chance of it going all Blade Runner."

It's Rick saying that, so take it with a grain of salt. If he flipped the switch and the thing slowly melted while crying, "What a world! What a world!" He'd just go "Oops", belch and move on. He doesn't have to have been being 100% honest about all that, just he was offering his daughter an escape hatch with an escape hatch to itself built in too.

She's gonna turn into a mister meebles in the cold open for season 4.


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2017-09-26 05:44:42 PM  
Evil Beth sounds fun. I'd like to party with her.
 
2017-09-26 06:01:27 PM  

batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.


It's basically a job that requires high intelligence but has low prestige.  It's basically, "Why aren't you are a real human surgeon, loser?", at least from the general public (yes, if you really think about it, operating on million dollar thoroughbreds is probably not a bad gig, but that's thinking too hard about it).
 
2017-09-26 06:02:47 PM  

scottydoesntknow: NeoCortex42: I'm a little disappointed in his answer teasing the finale.  I was really hoping it was a followup to The Citadel, but I guess that's going to wait until another season.

Pretty sure it's an intentional misdirection, which was exactly what occurred on The Citadel episode. Either evil-Morty is responsible for what's happening, or that all gets resolved in the first 3 minutes and then evil-Morty shows up.

Unless the title of the episode is an intentional misdirection in itself....


I seriously doubt we will see Evil Morty in the season finale.
 
2017-09-26 06:18:55 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: Evil Beth sounds fun. I'd like to party with her.


Evil Beth is just Beth.  And she's (mostly) outgrown her homicidal tendencies, outside of Froopyland at least.

The really interesting question is did she choose to explore the galaxy or stay at home with the family?

I'd actually think the second, considering how pro-family the show is (under the nihilistic exterior, the main point of the show seems to be when nothing in the universe matters, family still matters).  Also, if she is her father's daughter, she would love her family (Rick loves his family, and he hates himself for it).
 
2017-09-26 06:48:08 PM  

Cake Hunter: stevesporn2000: batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.

she's a HEART SURGEON for horses which is a ridiculous idea, horses are incredibly fragile creatures and they are only valuable when they are in the tippy top peak of health. there is no market for horse heart surgeons any more than there is for being a broker of used chewing gum. it's an absurd job.

I don't usually get to weigh in on these sorts of things, but Ive been a veterinary writer for 10 years, and an equine vet writer for 5.

Pretty much none of what you said is true. Horses are valuable as pets, as breeding stock, as working horses, and sport horses among other things. When they get sick, they don't just get a shotgun to the head.

There are board-certified large animal cardiologists, and a percentage of them are horse-only. You can get into the surgery/medical cardiologist thing if you want, but they exist and they do good work.


Geez, I just meant Beth didn't take Rick's career path.  If she were a human surgeon, I'd make the same point.  I am not HORSIST!
 
2017-09-26 06:59:34 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: Evil Beth sounds fun. I'd like to party with her.


Dude, she squanches her family.
 
2017-09-26 07:15:44 PM  

Cake Hunter: stevesporn2000: batlock666: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

One thing I don't understand: what's so bad about being a horse doctor. Horses, especially racing horses, can be worth millions. So being a vet specialized in horses can be very lucrative.

she's a HEART SURGEON for horses which is a ridiculous idea, horses are incredibly fragile creatures and they are only valuable when they are in the tippy top peak of health. there is no market for horse heart surgeons any more than there is for being a broker of used chewing gum. it's an absurd job.

I don't usually get to weigh in on these sorts of things, but Ive been a veterinary writer for 10 years, and an equine vet writer for 5.

Pretty much none of what you said is true. Horses are valuable as pets, as breeding stock, as working horses, and sport horses among other things. When they get sick, they don't just get a shotgun to the head.

There are board-certified large animal cardiologists, and a percentage of them are horse-only. You can get into the surgery/medical cardiologist thing if you want, but they exist and they do good work.


I was wondering why someone was able to perform heart surgery on my uncle's horse if heart surgeons for horses don't exist.
 
2017-09-26 07:44:29 PM  

Geotpf: Smelly Pirate Hooker: Evil Beth sounds fun. I'd like to party with her.

Evil Beth is just Beth.  And she's (mostly) outgrown her homicidal tendencies, outside of Froopyland at least.

The really interesting question is did she choose to explore the galaxy or stay at home with the family?

I'd actually think the second, considering how pro-family the show is (under the nihilistic exterior, the main point of the show seems to be when nothing in the universe matters, family still matters).  Also, if she is her father's daughter, she would love her family (Rick loves his family, and he hates himself for it).


--
I agree with this thinking. Rick didn't have to come back to Beth, he wanted to. The Beth we see at the end of the show is not a clone.
 
2017-09-26 07:56:20 PM  
So my wife and I agreed that we'd both totally bail if offered Beth's choice.

The opportunity to live a completely selfish hedonistic lifestyle and return if/when I grew tired of it and drop back into family life? Sounds great. I'm sure there would be terrible consequences (maybe my wife and kids find out and love the clone and hate me, and I realize the boring life I left is the one I really wanted), but I'd still have to give it a try.
 
2017-09-26 08:02:07 PM  

Occam's Disposable Razor: So my wife and I agreed that we'd both totally bail if offered Beth's choice.

The opportunity to live a completely selfish hedonistic lifestyle and return if/when I grew tired of it and drop back into family life? Sounds great. I'm sure there would be terrible consequences (maybe my wife and kids find out and love the clone and hate me, and I realize the boring life I left is the one I really wanted), but I'd still have to give it a try.


Sounds lonely.
 
2017-09-26 08:02:59 PM  
Wait a sec.


Between the portal gun to infinite universes, the memory helmet and no shyness to pull out an ex machina at any point, I'm just gonna watch the new episodes when they come out and stop trying to figure out what might happen

*belch*
 
2017-09-26 08:04:11 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: Wait a sec.


Between the portal gun to infinite universes, the memory helmet and no shyness to pull out an ex machina at any point, I'm just gonna watch the new episodes when they come out and stop trying to figure out what might happen

*belch*


This guy gets it.
 
2017-09-26 08:22:00 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: skyotter: foo monkey: I'm still processing this week's episode.  If Beth is just like Rick, why's she a horse doctor?

I don't know, but "Don't jump a gift shark in the mouth" is my new favorite expression.

What is it with Ricks?

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I think there's a link with the Ricky'isms.


I farkin' atadodaso!
 
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