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'Rick and Morty' showrunner apologizes to female writer in raw Twitter exchange


Without getting too specific, Rick and Morty show runner Dan Harmon has apologized to writer Megan Ganz on Twitter for what both imply was repeated inappropriate behavior while they worked together.

Heartwarming gesture for 99-year-old Brookline man amid coronavirus pandemic

Boston Herald

A 99-year-old Brookline man, who hasn't been able to leave his home for several months amid the coronavirus pandemic, is receiving birthday cards from strangers ahead of his 100th birthday -- a heartwarming gesture that has been brightening up his days, he tells the Herald. The birthday cards for Arsen Tashjian are coming from both locals and those outside of the region, including one from Maine last week. "It makes me feel good, that someone is thinking about me," he told the Herald. "I live alone, so something like that is pretty important." The birthday greetings from strangers started with a social media post from his granddaughter, Michele Scarlata.

'Rick and Morty' co-creator Dan Harmon apologizes after offensive child rape parody video resurfaces

FOX News

'Rick and Morty' co-creator Dan Harmon issued an apology over a recently resurfaced video that offended fans. Dan Harmon, the co-creator of Adult Swim's "Rick and Morty," issued an apology alongside the network for a video that recently resurfaced that contains some disturbing and offensive content. While promoting the fan-beloved science fiction series, which recently got picked up by the network for 70 more episodes, at the 2018 San Diego Comic Con, the video Harmon made in 2009 titled "Daryl" reemerged online and began to be passed around by fans and critics alike. In the video, Harmon begins by flippantly warning viewers that the content is explicit and offensive. He jokes that the skit is a "pilot" made in cooperation with Showtime.

Rick and Morty Has Finally Been Renewed … and for 70(!) More Episodes


After months of speculation and some public comments from Dan Harmon that drove fans into panic overdrive, Rick and Morty has finally been granted a fourth season–and then some. On Thursday it was announced that Adult Swim has renewed the beloved show for 70 more episodes as part of an overall deal with Harmon and co-creator Justin Roiland. There have only been 31 episodes total so far, so this rare move likely speaks to its wide popularity; the Season 3 finale delivered Adult Swim's highest ratings, ever. Rick and Morty is notable for its passionate and controversial fans, and this announcement must come as a (welcome) shock to those were convinced the show had been unjustly axed. More details are imminent, but for now, fans can kick back and revel in the promise of much more multiverse mayhem.

'Rick and Morty' co-creator loved his 'Simpsons' cameo because they made him sexier


Hallowed be their names that are immortalised in yellow, four-fingered form. The list of Simpsons cameos is as close as a list can get to endless. And now co-creator of Rick and Morty Dan Harmon can count himself among Johnny Cash, Liz Taylor and James Earl Jones. SEE ALSO: The hysterical nods to video games you missed on'Rick and Morty' Harmon appeared on The Simpsons on Sunday as a teacher in the episode'Springfield Splendor,' in which Marge and Lisa try to write a graphic novel together. Rick and Morty already did a couch gag for The Simpsons a couple of years ago, but Harmon himself never appeared on it.