My Top Ten Rick And Morty Episodes

Last year I gushed about my¬†favourite fictional characters, and sweeping his way into the top five was Rick Sanchez, the antihero who leads Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s amazing cartoon series Rick And Morty. Season 4 premiers today (what a great birthday gift!) and it is one of my favourite shows, expertly blending humour with clever and powerful storytelling. It is the final piece of the sci-fi comedy trifecta that began with Red Dwarf, continued with Futurama and concluded with Rick and Morty.

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My Brooklyn Nine-Nine journey and my favourite episodes

On the 10th of May, 2018, Brooklyn Nine-Nine was cancelled by Fox. Ironically this was the first time I had really heard of the show, as within minutes of the news breaking several famous people I follow on Twitter expressed their shock. Never did I expect Luke Skywalker, Samwise Gamgee and the Master of Monsters to team up but Mark Hamill, Sean Astin and Guillermo del Toro, among others, begged Fox to revive a show that at that time I had no real interest idea in. 31 hours later the series was saved by NBC (thus becoming like fellow beloved ex-Fox comedy Futurama) and life went on as normal. Fast forward six months and I’m scrolling through Netflix to find a new show to watch. My decision to watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine is two-fold- firstly my love for Micheal Schur’s other NBC show The Good Place and also to see just what some of my favourite film personalities have in common other than being awesome. Two months and four seasons later (fortunately we have an airdate for Season 5 on Netflix- March 8th, so I can finally catch up) and I can’t recall a time Brooklyn Nine-Nine wasn’t in my life. Season 6 airs for the first time in the US today, and while it’ll be a while before I can see it it’s worth looking back at what we have now-

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