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Rick and Morty is an American adult animated science fiction sitcom created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon for Cartoon Network‘s late-night programming block Adult Swim. The series follows the misadventures of cynical mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his good-hearted but fretful grandson Morty Smith, who split their time between domestic life and interdimensional adventures.
Roiland voices the eponymous characters, with Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer and Sarah Chalke voicing the rest of Rick and Morty’s family. The series originated from an animated short parody film of Back to the Future, created by Roiland for Channel 101, a short film festival co-founded by Harmon. The series has been acclaimed by critics for its originality, creativity and humor.
The fourth season premiered on November 10, 2019, and consists of ten episodes. A fifth season was confirmed in May 2020, as part of a long-term deal in May 2018 that ordered 70 new episodes over an unspecified number of seasons.
Associates of Rick
- Mr. Meeseeks (voiced by Justin Roiland) – A race of blue humanoid creatures who all share the same name and personality. The Meeseeks are created from a metal box called a Meeseeks Box, and once they appear, whoever summoned them must give them a single simple task for them to fulfill, after which they disappear in a cloud of smoke. Meeseeks make their first appearance when Rick becomes tired of the family members asking him for favors, so he gives them the Meeseeks Box to have the Meeseeks do chores for him, but not before explaining that Mr. Meeseeks “are not Gods” and therefore their chores must be kept simple. Mr. Meeseeks are normally cheerful and cartoonish in personality, but if they spend too much time without fulfilling their given task, their sanity begins to wane and they can become dangerously psychotic, going to great lengths to see their task done, to the point of attempting murder on their summoner. This is because, according to the Meeseeks themselves, merely existing is physically and psychologically torturous to them, so the sooner they complete their tasks the sooner they can disappear. There are also Kirkland branded red Mr. Meeseeks, which are more surly and uncooperative compared to the blue versions.
- Scary Terry (voiced by Jess Harnell) – A murderous entity who resides in the dream world. He is a “legally safe” parody of Freddy Krueger and has miniature swords on his fingers instead of knives. He initially tries to kill Rick and Morty, but later befriends them after they help him with his own dream problems. He is very fond of the word “bitch”, and injects it into almost every sentence. It is revealed that scaring is simply an occupation for him, and that he is very insecure about his capabilities, which puts him under great stress. Unlike Krueger, who was a human that was burned to death and then became a demonic ghost, Scary Terry is of a different species and his burnt appearance is a naturally-occurring trait, as seen with his similarly “scary” wife and infant son, as well as the classmates and teacher seen in his dream.
- Dr. Xenon Bloom (voiced by John Oliver) – A sentient amoeba who co-founded Anatomy Park along with Rick. He is killed when the diseases of the park escape from captivity and overrun the park.
- Birdperson (voiced by Dan Harmon) – A superhero-like being who is Rick’s best friend. He holds a deep respect for Rick, and often offers Morty insight when Morty considers doing something that would jeopardize his and Rick’s relationship. He was at one point in a band with Rick and Squanchy. Birdperson, Rick, and Squanchy were once freedom fighters against the Galactic Federation’s oppression; their “crimes” led the Galactic Federation to issue warrants for their arrests. Birdperson marries Tammy Gueterman in the season 2 finale, but is killed by her after it is revealed that she is an undercover agent of the Galactic Federation sent to capture Rick and his associates. Birdperson’s appearance is based on the character Hawk from 1970s series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. In the post-credits of the Season 3 premiere, Bird Person is turned into a cyborg called Phoenixperson by Tammy and the Federation after Rick destroys the Federation’s economy and forces them to leave Earth. She rides him away, presumably to seek revenge on Rick. In the season 4 finale, when the Smiths infiltrate the Galactic Federation’s new planet-destroying battle station to destroy it and rescue the two Beths, Phonenixperson confronts and battles Rick, almost killing him, until he is tricked by an invisible Jerry using Tammy’s corpse, and subsequently shut down by Beth. Afterwards, it is revealed that Rick retrieved Phoenixperson’s remains and keeps him in his garage lab until he finds a way to fix him.
- Revolio “Gearhead” Clockberg, Jr. (voiced by Scott Chernoff) – A robotic-looking “gearperson”. He is well-versed in an event that occurred on his home planet called the “Gear Wars” and can play an instrument similar to a lute. Despite being one of Rick’s friends, Rick does not know his real name, preferring to call him “Gearhead”, a racial epithet. Rick and Morty hide out at his house while fugitives for freeing Fart, and Gearhead betrays Rick by calling the police. Because of this, Rick beats him up and replaces his mouth gears with his “gearsticles“. He has a somewhat effeminate voice, and a magazine entitled “Queer Gear” can be seen in his home, hinting that he is a gear-mosexual. Despite his betrayal, he is shown attending Rick’s party in “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender”, indicating that they are still friends. He catches Morty’s Vindicators jacket after he tosses it away and is later shown attempting to pick up some gear women by pretending to be a part of the team. However, an actual disaster strikes, causing him to run away. He then trips on a pile of gears and falls, causing his arms and legs to break off.
- Squanchy (voiced by Tom Kenny) – A disheveled catlike creature who replaces various words in his sentences with the word “squanch”. He is a parody of Snarf. Squanchy is one of Rick’s best friends and wears a bracelet inscribed with “Rick’s BFF”. Squanchy, Birdperson, and Rick were once freedom fighters against the Galactic Federation’s oppression; their “crimes” led the Galactic Federation to issue warrants for their arrests. Morty and Jessica catch him engaging in autoerotic asphyxiation in a closet in the garage. He was at one point in a band with Rick and Birdperson. When the Galactic Federation infiltrates Birdperson’s wedding in the season 2 finale episode “The Wedding Squanchers”, he reveals that one of his teeth contains a liquid which transforms him into a hulking behemoth. Justin Roiland combined his name with the company Nintendo to form the name for his virtual reality studio, “Squanchtendo”.
- Abradolf Lincler (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) – A being created by Rick. He has the DNA of both Abraham Lincoln and Adolf Hitler, which was intended to make him “a morally neutral super-leader”. Instead, it renders him with conflicting emotions that he is unable to deal with. He initially seeks to be accepted as a son by his “father” Rick, who only regards him as a failed experiment. After Rick tries to get him killed in an alien environment, he swears revenge only to be picked up by the Testicle Monsters to be used as a sex toy in their weird orgy.
- Krombopulos Michael (voiced by Andy Daly) – A Gromflomite assassin who often purchases weapons from Rick. Although cheerful and friendly, he is also devoid of ethical restraint and has no qualms with killing anything or anyone, including children, old people and animals. He is accidentally crushed to death by Morty as the latter clumsily pilots Rick’s ship into the building that Michael’s target is imprisoned in. Krombopulos Michael is also revealed to have an unnamed lover, in which he ceremoniously kisses a locket with her picture, before embarking on his mission to kill his target, leading to his accidental death.
- Unity (voiced by various; main body voiced by Christina Hendricks) – A hive mind whom Rick had previously dated, as they are two of the small handful of sentient beings capable of fully comprehending the scope of the universe. To spread to others, the hosts vomit a green liquid into the others’ mouths which quickly incorporates them. Unity and Rick get back together, but Unity soon realizes that the self-destructive behavior they indulge in when they are together is bad for both of them, leading to Unity ending their relationship again. A distraught Rick attempts suicide, but fails.
- Blim Blam the Klorblok (voiced by John Kassir) – A large slug-like alien, who claims to be a murderer who eats babies and to have traveled to Earth to do so. He was captured and chained up by Rick in an attempt to cure Blim Blam’s “space AIDS” in order to become rich selling the cure. He was discovered by Beth and Jerry, however, the two’s bickering annoyed Blim Blam to the point that he broke free, berated the two by using a translation device Rick had (as he could only speak in an alien language beforehand), then left promising never to return to Earth.
- Mr. Poopybutthole (voiced by Justin Roiland) – A yellow humanoid creature and longtime family friend. He is a parody of wacky side characters on television shows. Although he shows up at the same time as a group of Alien Parasites who take the forms of similarly zany characters, Mr. Poopybutthole himself is real. He is severely injured by Beth after she mistakes him for an Alien Parasite and shoots him. By the post-credits, Mr. Poopybutthole survives the wound and is undergoing physical therapy. While the nurse states that he doesn’t want any visitors right now due to the stress of his rehabilitation, she does forward Mr. Poopybutthole’s apology to them about nobody having bad memories of him. Mr. Poopybutthole is seen again in the post-credits of “The Wedding Squanchers” watching the episode while still recovering from his wound. After getting his pizza delivered, he implores the viewers to tune in a year to 18 months later in order to see how the cliffhanger is resolved in Season 3. He appears again in the post-credits scenes in Season 3 finale and has a wife and kids and in the Season 4 episode “One Crew over the Crewcoo’s Morty” as a college professor. He is later mentioned to be fired after Rick hires his students to kill him to test his karate skills when they speak during the episode’s post-credits.
- Arthricia (voiced by Chelsea Kane) – A young alien girl who resembles an anthropomorphic cat person. She resides on a planet with an Amish style culture whose residents engage in an annual “purge“. She first injures Rick, mugs Morty, and steals their ship in order to use it to kill the rich people who dominate her planet and enforce the purge amongst the poor. She is unable to fly it properly, so Rick gives her a robot suit and helps her kill the rich people after Morty gets too carried away with killing people and has to be subdued. Morty later asks her out, but she declines and claims that she already has a boyfriend.
- The Vindicators – A group of superheroes who band together to fight evil when it threatens to destroy the world. They enlisted Rick and Morty to help them defeat their nemesis, Worldender once before, but did not invite them back a second time due to “personality conflicts”, resulting in mass casualties and 3 of them dying. Nearly all of them are killed when Rick, in a fit of drunken jealousy and contempt, sets up a Saw-style gauntlet to prove that the team is nothing but a bunch of one-dimensional hacks, causing most of the team to either die to Rick’s traps, or kill each other when tensions and inner turmoil turn them against each other. They are a parody of the Avengers.
- Vance Maximus, Renegade Starsoldier (voiced by Christian Slater) – The leader of the Vindicators. He presents himself as a suave, friendly and fun-loving leader, but Rick’s death traps quickly causes him to reveal his true nature as a coward who cracks under pressure. He insults Morty as “the learning-disabled kid we do photo ops with”, and then attempts to escape only to be killed by a trap. He is a parody of Iron Man and Star-Lord.
- Alan Rails (voiced by Lance Reddick) – A man who gained the ability to summon ghost trains after his parents were killed in a railroad accident. He wears a ghostly train whistle around his neck, which he uses to summon ghost trains. He is openly hostile towards Rick and is revealed to be the one who didn’t want to invite him back to defeat Doomnometron. Million Ants kills him during a squabble about their love triangle with Supernova. He is a parody of Steel, with powers similar to Green Lantern.
- Supernova (voiced by Gillian Jacobs) – A star themed superheroine, who is the only surviving member of the Vindicators after she assisted Million Ants in killing her ex-husband Alan Rails, then later killed her lover Million Ants. It is unknown whether Rick exposed her crimes or if she is still a hero after she escaped. She is most likely a parody of Starfire with a design like Singularity.
- Crocubot (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) – A cyborg crocodile. Little is known about him save for his cold mechanical-reptilian logic, and that Rick made a joke about him falling into a vat of redundancy. He dies in one of Rick’s death traps when he tries to answer a question using common logic, when not taking into account the illogical answer that only Morty would know. He is likely a parody of Cyborg and animal superheroes like Rocket Raccoon.
- Million Ants (voiced by Tom Kenny) – A sentient ant colony who was originally given sentience by Supernova and became her adulterous lover when they were trapped on a planet for several days with no way of knowing if they would survive. He is killed by Supernova who crushes the queen ant after he tries to reason with her after she attempts to kill Rick and Morty. He is likely a parody of Ant-Man but bears more of a resemblance to Swarm and Clayface.
- Noob Noob (voiced by Justin Roiland) – The Vindicators’ intern and janitor, who appears to be of the same species as Mr. Poopybutthole except with asymmetrical eyes. He wishes to eventually become a full-fledged Vindicator, but is always made to stay behind and clean up their ship. Rick appreciates him more than the other Vindicators because he laughs at Rick’s jokes. While drunk, Rick claims to have more love for him than Morty, only to apparently forget who Noob Noob is after recovering.
AFI’s 100 Years…100 Heroes & Villains
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AFI 100 Years… series 1998 100 Movies
1999 100 Stars
2000 100 Laughs
2001 100 Thrills
2002 100 Passions
2003 100 Heroes & Villains
2004 100 Songs
2005 100 Movie Quotes
2005 25 Scores
2006 100 Cheers
2006 25 Musicals
2007 100 Movies (Updated)
2008 AFI’s 10 Top 10
AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Heroes and Villains is a list of the one-hundred greatest screen characters (fifty each in the hero and villain categories) as chosen by the American Film Institute in June 2003. It is part of the AFI 100 Years… series. The list was first presented in a CBS special hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger. The presentation programme was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Nonfiction Special.
Rank Hero Actor Film Year Notes
1. Atticus Finch Gregory Peck To Kill a Mockingbird 1962 Loosely based upon the father of Harper Lee
2. Indiana Jones Harrison Ford Raiders of the Lost Ark 1981
3. James Bond Sean Connery Dr. No 1962
4. Rick Blaine Humphrey Bogart Casablanca 1942
5. Will Kane Gary Cooper High Noon 1952
6. Clarice Starling Jodie Foster The Silence of the Lambs 1991
7. Rocky Balboa Sylvester Stallone Rocky 1976
8. Ellen Ripley Sigourney Weaver Aliens 1986
9. George Bailey James Stewart It’s a Wonderful Life 1946
10. T. E. Lawrence Peter O’Toole Lawrence of Arabia 1962 Historical figure
11. Jefferson Smith James Stewart Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 1939
12. Tom Joad Henry Fonda The Grapes of Wrath 1940
13. Oskar Schindler Liam Neeson Schindler’s List 1993 Historical figure
14. Han Solo Harrison Ford Star Wars 1977
15. Norma Rae Webster Sally Field Norma Rae 1979 Based upon southern mill worker Crystal Lee Sutton
16. Shane Alan Ladd Shane 1953
17. Harry Callahan Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry 1971
18. Robin Hood Errol Flynn The Adventures of Robin Hood 1938
19. Virgil Tibbs Sidney Poitier In the Heat of the Night 1967
20. Butch Cassidy
and the Sundance Kid Paul Newman
and Robert Redford Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 1969 Historical figures
21. Mahatma Gandhi Ben Kingsley Gandhi 1982 Historical figure
22. Spartacus Kirk Douglas Spartacus 1960 Historical figure
23. Terry Malloy Marlon Brando On the Waterfront 1954
24. Thelma Dickinson and Louise Sawyer Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon Thelma & Louise 1991
25. Lou Gehrig Gary Cooper The Pride of the Yankees 1942 Historical figure
26. Superman Christopher Reeve Superman 1978
27. Bob Woodward
and Carl Bernstein Robert Redford
and Dustin Hoffman All the President’s Men 1976 Historical figures
28. Juror #8 Henry Fonda 12 Angry Men 1957
29. General George Patton George C. Scott Patton 1970 Historical figure
30. Lucas (Luke) Jackson Paul Newman Cool Hand Luke 1967
31. Erin Brockovich Julia Roberts Erin Brockovich 2000 Historical figure
32. Philip Marlowe Humphrey Bogart The Big Sleep 1946
33. Marge Gunderson Frances McDormand Fargo 1996
34. Tarzan Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan the Ape Man 1932
35. Alvin York Gary Cooper Sergeant York 1941 Historical figure
36. Rooster Cogburn John Wayne True Grit 1969
37. Obi-Wan Kenobi Alec Guinness Star Wars 1977
38. The Tramp Charlie Chaplin City Lights 1931
39. Lassie Pal Lassie Come Home 1943
40. Frank Serpico Al Pacino Serpico 1973 Historical figure
41. Arthur Chipping Robert Donat Goodbye, Mr. Chips 1939
42. Father Edward Spencer Tracy Boys Town 1938 Historical figure
43. Moses Charlton Heston The Ten Commandments 1956 Biblical figure
44. Jimmy “Popeye” Doyle Gene Hackman The French Connection 1971 Based upon New York City Police Detective Eddie Egan
45. Zorro Tyrone Power The Mark of Zorro 1940
46. Batman Michael Keaton Batman 1989
47. Karen Silkwood Meryl Streep Silkwood 1983 Historical figure
48. The T-800 Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminator 2: Judgment Day 1991
49. Andrew Beckett Tom Hanks Philadelphia 1993
50. General Maximus Decimus Meridius Russell Crowe Gladiator 2000
Rank Villain Actor Film Year Notes
1. Dr. Hannibal Lecter Anthony Hopkins The Silence of the Lambs 1991
2. Norman Bates Anthony Perkins Psycho 1960 Loosely based upon killer Ed Gein
3. Darth Vader David Prowse (voiced by James Earl Jones) The Empire Strikes Back 1980
4. The Wicked Witch of the West Margaret Hamilton The Wizard of Oz 1939
5. Nurse Ratched Louise Fletcher One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest 1975
6. Mr. Potter Lionel Barrymore It’s a Wonderful Life 1946
7. Alex Forrest Glenn Close Fatal Attraction 1987
8. Phyllis Dietrichson Barbara Stanwyck Double Indemnity 1944
9. Regan MacNeil (as possessed by “Satan”) Linda Blair (voiced by Mercedes McCambridge) The Exorcist 1973
10. The Evil Queen Voice of Lucille La Verne Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937
11. Michael Corleone Al Pacino The Godfather Part II 1974
12. Alex DeLarge Malcolm McDowell A Clockwork Orange 1971
13. HAL 9000 Voice of Douglas Rain 2001: A Space Odyssey 1968
14. The Alien Bolaji Badejo Alien 1979
15. Amon Goeth Ralph Fiennes Schindler’s List 1993 Historical figure
16. Noah Cross John Huston Chinatown 1974
17. Annie Wilkes Kathy Bates Misery 1990
18. The Shark “Bruce” Jaws 1975
19. Captain Bligh Charles Laughton Mutiny on the Bounty 1935 Historical figure
20. Man Voiced by Paul Starrs Bambi 1942
21. Mrs. Eleanor Iselin Angela Lansbury The Manchurian Candidate 1962
22. Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger The Terminator 1984
23. Eve Harrington Anne Baxter All About Eve 1950
24. Gordon Gekko Michael Douglas Wall Street 1987
25. Jack Torrance Jack Nicholson The Shining 1980
26. Cody Jarrett James Cagney White Heat 1949
27. Martians Various The War of the Worlds 1953
28. Max Cady Robert Mitchum Cape Fear 1962
29. Reverend Harry Powell Robert Mitchum The Night of the Hunter 1955
30. Travis Bickle Robert De Niro Taxi Driver 1976
31. Mrs. Danvers Judith Anderson Rebecca 1940
32. Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway Bonnie and Clyde 1967 Historical figures
33. Count Dracula Bela Lugosi Dracula 1931
34. Dr. Szell Laurence Olivier Marathon Man 1976
35. J.J. Hunsecker Burt Lancaster Sweet Smell of Success 1957 Based upon columnist Walter Winchell
36. Frank Booth Dennis Hopper Blue Velvet 1986
37. Harry Lime Orson Welles The Third Man 1949
38. Caesar Enrico Bandello Edward G. Robinson Little Caesar 1931
39. Cruella De Vil Voice by Betty Lou Gerson One Hundred and One Dalmatians 1961
40. Freddy Krueger Robert Englund A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984
41. Joan Crawford Faye Dunaway Mommie Dearest 1981 Historical figure
42. Tom Powers James Cagney The Public Enemy 1931
43. Regina Giddens Bette Davis The Little Foxes 1941
44. Baby Jane Hudson Bette Davis What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 1962
45. The Joker Jack Nicholson Batman 1989
46. Hans Gruber Alan Rickman Die Hard 1988
47. Tony Camonte Paul Muni Scarface 1932
48. Verbal Kint Kevin Spacey The Usual Suspects 1995
49. Auric Goldfinger Gert Fröbe (voiced by Michael Collins) Goldfinger 1964
50. Detective Alonzo Harris Denzel Washington Training Day 2001
The Silence of the Lambs and It’s a Wonderful Life are the only films to place a character in the top ten of both lists. In addition, Batman, and Schindler’s List are the only other films to have characters appear on both lists.
Four franchises have both a hero and villain listed for separate films: the Alien is from Alien while Ellen Ripley is listed for the sequel, Aliens; Darth Vader is listed for The Empire Strikes Back while Han Solo and Obi-Wan Kenobi are cited for A New Hope; the Terminator is listed as a villain for The Terminator and as a hero for Terminator 2: Judgment Day; and James Bond is listed for Dr. No while Auric Goldfinger of Goldfinger was the only Bond villain cited.
The Terminator is the only character to be listed as both a villain (The Terminator) and a hero (Terminator 2: Judgment Day). Within the films, these are different but physically identical characters, both played by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Four characters from four different Stanley Kubrick films appear: three villains (Alex DeLarge, HAL 9000, and Jack Torrance) and one hero (Spartacus).
On each list, there appears only a single character of African descent: Virgil Tibbs as a hero for In the Heat of the Night and Alonzo Harris as a villain for Training Day.
Only eight human heroines and fifteen villainesses are listed. The heroine Lassie is female, though she was portrayed by a male dog in all television shows and movies featuring the character.
Twelve-year-old Regan MacNeil from The Exorcist is the youngest human character on the list. However, the evil dæmon that possessed her throughout the film, Pazuzu, is implied to be centuries, if not millennia, old.
Lassie, the Terminator, and Superman are the only non-human heroes. The shark from Jaws, the Terminator, HAL 9000, the Martians, and the Alien are the only non-human villains.
In Bambi, “Man” specifically refers to the man who killed Bambi’s mother. He is also the only character on either list not to appear on screen in any way.
Only three characters from animated films appear, all as villains: Queen Grimhilde, “Man”, and Cruella de Vil. All are in Walt Disney Animation Studios films.
Gary Cooper is the only actor to appear three times on the list; in all three instances, he appears on the heroes list.
Twelve actors appear twice on the same list: James Cagney, Bette Davis, Robert Mitchum, Faye Dunaway, and Jack Nicholson on the villains list; and Humphrey Bogart, Henry Fonda, Harrison Ford, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, and James Stewart on the heroes list.
Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger are the only actors to appear on both lists. Schwarzenegger appears on both lists portraying different Terminators, while Pacino appears as characters from unrelated films.
Out of all the actors who appear on the list, twenty-one of them—Kathy Bates, Marlon Brando, Gary Cooper, Russell Crowe, Robert Donat, Michael Douglas, Sally Field, Louise Fletcher, Jodie Foster, Gene Hackman, Tom Hanks, Anthony Hopkins, Ben Kingsley, Frances McDormand, Gregory Peck, Julia Roberts, George C. Scott, Kevin Spacey, Spencer Tracy, Denzel Washington, and John Wayne—received Academy Awards for their performances. Gary Cooper won twice, once for Will Kane and once for Alvin York (he also received a third nomination, for the role of Lou Gehrig). Of the remaining actors, Judith Anderson, Anne Baxter, Warren Beatty, Linda Blair, Humphrey Bogart, Glenn Close, Bette Davis, Geena Davis, Faye Dunaway, Ralph Fiennes, Henry Fonda, Alec Guinness, Angela Lansbury, Charles Laughton, Paul Muni, Liam Neeson, Paul Newman, Robert De Niro, Laurence Olivier, Peter O’Toole, Al Pacino, Susan Sarandon, Sylvester Stallone, Barbara Stanwyck, James Stewart, Meryl Streep, and Sigourney Weaver were also nominated, but did not win.