Jerry: With all due respect, Rick. What am I talking about? What respect is due? How is my son suppose to pass his classes if you keep dragging him off for a high-concept sci-fi rigmarole?
Rick: Listen, Jerry, I, I, I don't wanna overstep my bounds or anything. It's your house. It's your world. You're a real Julius Caesar. But I'll tell you something, I tell you how, how I feel about school, Jerry. It's a waste of time. A bunch of people running around, bumping into each other. Guy, guy up front says two plus two, the people in the back say four. Then, then the bell rings and they give you a carton of milk and a piece of paper that says you can go take a dump or something. It's, it's not a place for smart people, Jerry. I know that's not a popular opinion, but it's my two cents on the issue.
Trivia: The show originated as a 2006 short parody of the film series "Back to the Future", entitled "The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti." Eventually, creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon reworked the concept into the series that would become "Rick and Morty" during the brief time that Harmon was fired from his other series "Community" during the fourth season. When Harmon was rehired for the fifth and sixth seasons of that show, he simultaneously worked on both series at the same time.
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