I started watching this show this summer and while seasons 1 and 2 were great, season 3 has a noticeable difference in the quality of comedy and plot (I just watched season 3 episode 2). Rickmancing the Stone was almost entirely atrocious.
Wait - season 3 episode 2 is about marital separation and the kids trying to cope with it. That's not forced drama in your opinion?I don't know, so far I think season 3 is a step up from season 2 which kind of felt like it forced too much drama into the show. This season has more of a balance between the two, and is funnier in my book.
The exact details on what I'm about to spout are clouded....who ever the guy with his wife and dog (watching tv in the dark) is at the end of each credits is projecting what he's personally going through. If you noticed in he current season, it's just the guy and his dog laying over the couch looking rather depressed. So yep, be it Roiland or Harman, spelling may be wrong, they're going through some tough titty shiz that we best not think about it.Wait - season 3 episode 2 is about marital separation and the kids trying to cope with it. That's not forced drama in your opinion?