Rick and Morty from Cartoon Network, Rick and Morty Crossover Walter Jesse Breaking Bad Shirt with his huge audience and critical acclaim, is probably the owner of the highest standard of animation for TV at the moment. But as co-creator Dan Harmon told me at a press conference in Los Angeles, only 21 episodes have been aired so far, and that’s not that much material to evaluate.
The fan community grew considerably during the almost two-year hiatus in the series, and according to Harmon “it wasn’t because we were releasing episodes. This happened even with our delay in making the third season. It grew on its own.
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And a lot of crazy stuff happened in the real world during this break. Leaving the political surprises of the last two years aside, somehow Alex Jones became a prominent political commentator, and conspiracy theories and the apocalypse became everyday topics of conversation. Which should be good for a series about a mad scientist with a crush on conspiracies that ends with the world all the time. In fact, in the most recent episode, Rick referred to the 9/11 attacks as an “excuse to take away our freedoms” – a fact I wouldn’t have even noticed if it wasn’t for the feverish intensity with which the fans dissected the phrase on the internet.
Another co-creator of Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland, warned me not to read too much about these things. He told me that he stays away from politics as much as he can, and that includes the politics of Rick and Morty’s universe. “We kind of move on. It happens, and then it ends up happening again.” He added that he avoids online theories about the series, because “these things will end up infiltrating my brain. Harmon and Roiland have come to talk to me a little more about all this. In our conversation, conspiracy theories have become the basis for talking about the nature of consciousness, psychedelic experiences and the alien slugs that secretly watch as we inhabit the simulation that is supposed to be our real life.
Because, simply, Rick – although you may feel that way about certain political philosophies – is really self-centered. He sees such a bigger picture and has such a big fish to fry that anything terrestrial that, well… What would be the closest thing you could call it (if it were a human trying to explain Rick to another way of life) in a political spectrum? I would use the word “anarchist”. He doesn’t like to take orders from anyone. And yes, that’s what libertarians say, but they also recognize the existence of other libertarians, and they say that if you let others do what you want, it’s going to be great. I don’t think Rick believes that.
Rick and Morty is a genius series for several reasons, but one of them is the use of references. They are often used to speed up the narrative, showing things that the public already recognizes so that they can assemble the information that the scripters want to pass on themselves. At the same time, the public creates an expectation of this information, which is usually subverted, thus creating humor. Check below the major references made in the first season.
The first episode of the series has no specific reference to any film, series or anything else. The pilot presents the relationship between the boy Morty and his grandfather Rick. However, this in itself is a great reference that will permeate the whole series. The original concept of Rick and Morty is based on the relationship between the characters Marty and Doc Brown of Back to the Future (1985), but much more distorted. But I said that weeks ago, but it’s here again.
The title of this episode is a direct reference to the movie The Passenger of the Future, based on a story by Stephen King. In this film, a mentally handicapped gardener becomes a guinea pig for a scientist’s experiments that turn him into a genius. A situation very similar to that of the dog formerly known as Snuffles, in the episode.
In this episode we accompany Morty on an adventure inside the body of a homeless person Rick and Morty Crossover Walter Jesse Breaking Bad Shirt, Inside the man Morty finds an amusement park built by Rick that has the human body as its theme. However, the various bacteria and viruses that are trapped there are released and become a threat to everyone in the park.
The part about shrinking for a mission inside the human body is a reference to the movie Fantastic Journey. The diseases that escape from their cages and attack people in the park refer to the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park. Several of the park’s attractions are also allusions to Disney’s park toys . The most notorious is Rick’s favorite toy, the Pirates of the Pancreas, a joke with the Pirates of the Caribbean. The tour of the small intestine has a lively music and small workers as in the Fantastic Chocolate Factory.
I’ve decided to prepare something different. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of another globally loved content, this will be the first of three articles related to “Breaking Bad”, instead of the traditional review. Each of these will be directed to 1 of the 3 best characters in the series.
There are several reasons why people got stuck with “Breaking Bad”: the plot itself; the particular and refreshing aspects of its pilot; his dramatic and tense neo-western style; the way out in each season finale; the soundtrack… finally, the list is endless. But there were few scenes that could not be memorable without the multidimensional characters that provoked in us various states of appreciation and moral debates. The most striking was the protagonist: Walter Hartwell White, also known by his drug dealer name – Heisenberg.
Vince Gilligan announced that his initial goal was to “turn Mr. Chips into Scarface. And he did. Throughout “Breaking Bad” we observe the radical change of a good man, but apparently unable to control his unfortunate daily situations, in a man powerfully active over his actions and those of others, but hopelessly evil and self-centered in his own lies. That said, let us question: How did this change happen?
Walter finds it difficult to assume the role of patriarch and, consequently, feels embarrassed when this role can be taken over by the woman, her brother-in-law or a friendly couple. One cannot be reconciled with the woman. His brother-in-law, until then, the male of the family who constantly ridicules him, is in a bed with weak legs. Walter feels unprotected. At the same time, he deals with the difficult modern question about masculinity. After all, what defines a man? What defines the alpha male? However, his business grows more and more. Next, (only in favour of this situation) meeting Gustavo was one of the best things that could have happened to him. Gus helps … and helps well. A man is not the typical womanizer or tough cop. A true man is the one who supports the family. Period.
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The family issues that Breaking Bad raises are very important. After all, any family man has ever wondered what he will ever do for his loved ones. For Walter, no action is unjustifiable if its purpose is to defend or benefit the well-being of women and children. However, the protagonist does not weave limits to his activities. Progressively, his actions become more and more difficult to justify. Walter is very good at lying, but the best lies he tells are those he tells himself. In the finale series, we discovered that not only was he committing countless barbaric and macabre activities to safeguard the family’s financial health, but also to satisfy his ego.
At the same time, he ceases to feel concerned about the characteristics that today’s society “demands” that a man has. Masculinity is often linked to sex and the impact that men have on women. As we realize throughout the series, Walter has no physical or intellectual traits that attract women to “Breaking Bad”. The most we see are those tense (and even uncomfortable) shuttles between him and the deputy high school principal. However, as soon as he tries his luck he is immediately reprimanded. So it’s not possessing the women wearing the money or good looks that Walter is looking for. It is not masculinity that will give him the feeling of power.
Continuing the articles dedicated to the 10th anniversary of “Breaking Bad”, this will be an analysis of the arch of Jesse Pinkman, the most adored addict and trafficker of television.
For those who don’t know, this will be a surprise. The creator of Breaking Bad, Vince Gilligan, thought seriously and decidedly about killing Jesse at the end of season one. As we can suppose (and then confirm) Aaron Paul’s surprisingly revealing and promising performance demonstrated the easy possibilities of exploring the character, making him one of the most charismatic of the whole television plot, whose first season won precisely 2 victories in 4 nominations in the 2008 Emmys.
Throughout the series, it’s clear that Jesse is the most peaceful character in the series. In fact, if you watch video rehearsals or articles on the Internet, you’ll realise that the opinion is not usually divided on Walter White’s sidekick (unlike him). Jesse is essentially just a child. He uses specifically childish language (bitch and yo), has funny and laughable reasoning, wears exaggeratedly large clothes and sometimes acts impulsively irresponsibly. Perhaps this whole young side is extremely relevant for us to understand why Jesse is also a displaced person in the world of narco-trafficking and, especially, an abandoned kid. In search of quick and easy financial benefit, but also to do the right thing whenever possible.
Jesse has a sweet fascination for the weakest. He feels sympathy for a mere cockroach, for an unknown, defenceless and mistreated kid in the house of the two clutches who steal the Skinny Pete, and also allows himself to get attached to the little Brock. In addition, he loves his younger brother without feeling threatened by his presence. He is well aware that his parents want to protect his brother and that they are more dedicated to him, precisely in order to allow his artistic and intellectual talents to grow and prevent him from taking the direction of his older brother. Although it is Jesse who takes the blame for the existence of that unexpected joint. This attitude serves as a foreshadowing for the suffering that Jesse would have in the future. This suffering is not always his responsibility.
On the other hand, even though Jesse understands better the cruel functioning of the streets, Walter has a more important and quickly accessible role. In an immoral, dangerous, dirty and violent world like “Breaking Bad”, Jesse is basically an annoying intruder, someone unfair and tragically incapable of protecting himself and fleeing from the violent acts that come upon him. Slowly, his innocence, which only exists precisely in this show of horrors, is corrupted and destroyed. Of course, his drug problems undo this pure image. The truth is that Jesse is initially an addict and hinders his own production and ascension. It is not exactly an innocent image in the eyes of any Western society. But let us not forget the reasons that led young Pinkman to become attached to the best meth cook in the United States, despite all his conflicts and differences.
Let us think about the situation of Walter – a man unexpectedly diagnosed with lung cancer, whose life passes before his eyes, constantly ridiculed and financially frustrated – who knows someone equally in need. Jesse – a boy with an ambitious and childish mind, without ever having received the necessary attention from his parents – finds Walter the best (or worst) father figure anyone could ask for. Jesse is the first person to recognize Mr. White’s sleeping, devalued genius. “Art” is what he calls his former teacher’s first methamphetamine. Not to mention the enormous respect that has existed since the beginning. “Mr. White” is exactly the name we hear all over Jesse’s mouth series to refer to his tutor Rick And Morty Walter White Jesse Pinkman Breaking Bad Crossover Shirt. There’s not just respect, there’s addiction, admiration, inspiration and progressively greater love.
However, no matter how much Walter values his partner, there is another important reason why he works with him – his fragile ego. Because of his pride and sense of superiority, Walter can never take orders or be opposed. Things must be done your way. In this way, all your mistakes resulting from impulsive attitudes and consequent effects fall on no one else, no one less than Jesse. Basically, this relationship only exists so that all the damage caused by Walter falls on Jesse. He is beaten by Tuco after trying to expand the territory, he is beaten again and again by Hank, deluded about Marie’s hospitalization, wakes up next to his dead girlfriend after Walter’s nightly visit and discovers that Walter has poisoned innocent Brock. Together, he still feels guilty about the collision of the planes and is forced to kill the eccentric in love with chemistry, Gale, the last responsible for all the evils of the series. Having said that, when Jesse is not suffering for the sins of others, he is undervaluing himself, martyring himself and blaming himself. Dropping deeper and deeper, ceasing to be able to see hope in any relationship with the World.