Rick and Morty go back to court ... this time, colorized

Written by Bo Elder on Wednesday October 12, 2016 - Permalink -

June 17, 2016 was quite a day in one Georgia courtroom. During a hearing in Judge Bryant Durham Jr.'s court, Denver Fenton Allen, who was on trial for the murder of a fellow inmate, verbally clashed with the judge in a back and forth exchange that grew more and more heated. Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland decided to animate a faithful reading of the court transcript, in all it's vulgarity, with Judge Morty and inmate Rick. 

The original black and white animation, first shown to show fans at ComicCon in San Diego this past summer, was epic enough ... but now we have a colorized fan update that has already garnered over 2 million views in just one week.

Needless to say, this video contains strong language and should serve as an example for what judges should not do when confronted with a defendant who has some interesting ideas about what passes for decorum in the courtroom.