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At first the series seemed weird because people didn't seem to care that people were going all..zombie vampire randomly. There's literally a scene where cars are stuck in rush hour and a random dude kills two people in front of ALL OF THE PEOPLE IN CARS and no one freaks out. Like "oh an average day in New York!".
Then they got it right pretty quickly. Albeit out of the blue, the town turns into a more apocolyptic scene rather than ignorant people ignoring the glaringly obvious monster stuff going on all over them right in front of their eyes and acting like nothing is going on. So glad to say it got much better. I didn't think I would like this series but I really did enjoy it.
So far Season 1 and 2 have held. I have yet to see season 3.
I love Rick and Morty. I do. Season 3 is definitely a strange change of pace to the first two seasons. The Vindicators episode was especially funny. My only issue with this season so far is that there's less crazy adventures and some of the episodes have too much going on that it feels like they were rushing to fit it all in a 22 minute run time which gave some of the episodes so far a feeling of lackluster endings. A darker series for sure, but I think they're trying new things with the show and some of it works well and some of it feels really jumpy like the writers didn't know how to get the episodes to properly fit in the time it's allotted. Here's hoping for more of the good stuff.