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The adult animated series, “Rick and Morty” has become quite the cult following
The adult animated series, "Rick and Morty" has become quite the cult following over the past few years. For those of you don't follow, the show centers around the adventures of an overly jaded, alcoholic super scientist named Rick, and his not so smart yet oddly loveable 14-year-old grandson, Morty. Aside from the cynical and sometimes raunchy humor, "Rick and Morty" is known for its detailed (yet not always obvious) attention to social commentary. I bring you to season 3, episode 7, "The Ricklantis Mixup" a/k/a "Tales of the Citadel" The episode focuses on the day-to-day life at "The Citadel", a universal center for all parallel versions of Rick and Morty. The episode covers storylines pertaining to workers at a candy factory, "school boy" Mortys who go on an afterschool special adventure, police officer partners, and a dark horse campaign in the midst of a presidential election. In order to earn up to 5 extra credit points on your Mid-Term Exam, watch this episode of Rick and Morty and think about these few questions: - How does this episode of "Rick and Morty" portray law enforcement? How can this effect the way the viewing public views the police(Think about police use of force, police militarization, and the blue line) - Is "The Citadel" really as utilitarian as it claims to be in that all are equal? Where does inequality lay? - How can a lapse of ethics in both government and law enforcement effect the community? The episode can be streamed on Hulu (for those of you who have subscriptions). If not, you can access the episode at the following website: https://www.thewatchcartoononline.tv/rick-and-morty-season-3-episode-7-the-ricklantis-mixup

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