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Screener Squad: Rick and Morty Season 6

Rick and Morty S6 Review


Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s multiverse-traveling Doc Brown and Marty McFly animated absurdist satirical comedy is back for it’s sixth season. You get the returning voice talents of Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer, and Sarah Chalke and loaded with a community of cameos such as Jack Black, Daniel Radcliffe, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt King. We last saw Rick and Morty within the desolate remains of the destroyed citadel of Ricks. The reality hopping adventurers will have to rely on their family in order to bring down the unionized Creepshow inspired Night Family, survive the long awaited return of the dinosaurs, topple a fortune cookie house of cards, take down the terrorists at Blitz and Chitz, and overcome the meta commentary of The Story Lord and his Self Referential Six. Also they’ll be dealing with some less threatening hijinks such as a run in with the master of flour and water, the Cookie Magneto. Bradly, Matt, and Eliot discuss the staying power of the Smith family within the multitude of universes. If we are indeed living in one universe among an infinite amount of possibilities, are we witnessing the one where Rick and Morty will go on forever or one in which the joke has grown tired and stale?


CREATED BY: Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon

STARRING: Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer, Sarah Chalke, Keith David, Kari Wahlgren, Peter Dinklage, Heather Anne Campbell, James Adomian, Patricia Lentz, Lisa Kudrow, Jason Mraz, Dan Harmon, Paul Giamatti, Christopher Meloni, Jeff Loveness, Susan Sarandon, Diedrich Bader, Will Forte, John Early, Jack Black, Daniel Radcliffe, Matt King, David Mitchell, Robert Webb




Bradly Martin (Screener Squad, Eye on the Prize, Breakfast Pub)

Bradly Martin was born in the united states and grew up on a healthy diet of sports, films, and books. A rather shy lad who kept to himself, Bradly soon discovered the best way to know a person was to know what people liked. Throughout the years Bradly became a fan of many things and a fanatic of none. From Doctor Dre, to Doctor Strange and the who’s who of Whos. From Playstation to the Dreamcast and Marvel to DC. From LeBron James to James Bond and Lord of the Rings to Lord Palmerston (or Pitt the Elder if you agree with Wade Boggs) and is a huge fan of dad jokes and randomly obscure Simpsons references. Armed with a vast knowledge of comics, films, and pop culture. Bradly traveled the world making friends and sharing takes. As a young man Bradly married the love of his life young and grew older every year with each new child brought into the brood. If trends continue, Scientists predict that .2% of Canada (where Bradly and family reside) will be populated by Bradly’s children by the year 2029. You can hear him leading and listening to his favorite critics on the Screener Squad and Eye on the prize and maybe even provide some comments of his own.



Matt Foster (Screener Squad)

Matt Foster is a stand up comic, podcaster, and movie critic currently living in the greater Salt Lake City area. His lifelong love of genre film began early, when he realized they freaked out his mom. He performs (epidemics permitting) regularly on Dungeons and Comedy, a DND live play with standup comedians, and is the slightly less mustache-y half of the Nighthawks Podcast, a cinema-centric discussion cohosted by Trevor T. Trujillo.




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Soaked in the soggy rains of Seattle, Eliot developed a love of sci-fi, movies, cartoons, heavy metal, and all of geekdom. Pursuing his passion for the written word, he got his BA from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. He has since worked exclusively in the foodservice industry, like any liberal arts major worth their salt. Eliot wiles away the hours listening to movie reviews, writing his epic sci-fi novel, and consuming as much media as possible. His favorite movies include The Lord of the Rings, City of God, Dawn of the Dead, and Groundhog Day. When not rambling to himself about the ineptness of entertainment executives, Eliot posts infrequently on Twitter and squawks regularly on his podcast The Debasement Tapes.



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