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[NSFW] 'Rick and Morty' Reenact the Viral "Judge F*ckman" Courtroom Transcript

Wubba-lubba-dub-dub, legal system.


The now-legendary Georgia courtroom transcript in which a defendant claimed his attorney was trying to fellate him, then repeatedly also told the judge to do the same, has been resurrected by Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland. He used his two star characters to re-enact The State of Georgia v. Denver Fenton Allen at San Diego Comic Con last week. The young Morty plays the confused, trying-to-keep-it-together-and-failing Judge J. Bryant Durham Jr., while Grandpa Rick plays the devil may care wrench-in-the-system, Mr. Allen.


Last year Rick and Morty's other co-creator, Dan Harmon, told us, "The secret to comedy is making yourself laugh, always," and it's clear that's exactly what Roiland is doing in the short—he even breaks character and laughs at one point. The cartoonish exchange sounds a lot like Rick and Morty's grotesque predecessor, The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti, in which a Back to the Future-esque Doc repeatedly tells his protegé, Mharti, that the only way to fix their time machine is to, you know, suck his dick. As Rick is currently locked up as of the Season 2 finale, we hope he gets the opportunity to call an intergalactic official "fuckman," á la Allen, in Season 3.

Watch the full exchange an attendee of the Comic Con panel captured and uploaded below. Suffice to say, it's audio is not safe for work.

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