Justin Roiland, Creator of “Rick and Morty,” Fired by Hulu and Adult Swim

It seems that the creator of the beloved show Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland, has been given the boot by Hulu and Adult Swim. But why, you may ask? Well, it seems that ol’ Justin has been caught up in some scandalous behavior that has left fans feeling like they’ve been hit with a giant portal gun blast to the face.
Some fans are calling it the “WUBBA LUBBA DUB DUB” of all scandals. But fear not, my fellow Rick and Morty lovers, because the show will go on. Adult Swim has promised at least 10 more seasons before the show ends, and season 7 is set to release despite Roiland’s firing. So, what does this mean for the voices of Rick, Morty, and the other characters? Well, it seems that they’ll be replaced after season 6, but don’t worry, the writers and Dan Harmon are clever enough to spin the voice change in a fun way.
Now, some of you may be wondering what caused Roiland to get the boot in the first place. Well, let’s just say that some of his behavior has been deemed as “disgusting” and “a bunch of sexual assault victims that thought we wouldn’t believe them.” Yikes. Fans of the show are left feeling pretty upset and disappointed, especially because many of us grew up watching Rick and Morty. It’s like “don’t get too attached to this movie, actor, musician etc because in like 10 years you’ll find out they’re violent or a sexual predator/abuser.”
But, as they say, when one door closes, another one opens. This could be a turning point for the show, and it may even lead to more story-centric episodes. Plus, who knows, maybe the writers will lighten up on the really weird jokes that have been a bit much in the last season.
In conclusion, while it’s sad to see Justin Roiland go, we can still look forward to more Rick and Morty. And who knows, maybe the show will be even better without him. So, let’s raise our portal guns high and say “WUBBA LUBBA DUB DUB” to a new era of Rick and Morty!



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