Being a Rick & Morty fan who wouldn’t want to grab some amenities and play a Rick and Morty Trivia questions and answers quiz. Rick and Morty is a sci-fi sitcom about adventures of a sociopath super scientist, Rick and his 14 year old, not-so-bright grandson, Morty as they travel to different universes and dimensions. The show promises good entertainment and it doesn’t fail to deliver. With its good hilarity, genius jokes and elaborate, well developed storylines you’ll always find yourself saying ‘one more episode’. The interesting creative characters R rated vocabulary always keeps you laughing. It’s one of the best cartoons aimed at young adults and teens. There’s a reason IMDb rating for the animated sitcom is 9.3/10. With its growing popularity, it may just return for more seasons in future, giving us a whole bunch of exciting trivia questions to play as a family feud game.
This downloadable Rick and Morty trivia questions and answers worksheet would be perfect to challenge your friends on the next social event that you deem to make memorable.
Rick was missing for 20 years before he joined his daughter, Beth’s family. This is why the relationship between him and family is a little shaky.
The creator of the show, Justin Roiland voices both the characters Rick and Morty.
Rick never wears a seatbelt in vehicles, while all other characters do.
The eighth episode of season 1 ‘Rixty Minutes’ was release on Instagram before it aired on television via 109 15-second videos, in reverse. This was the first Instagram TV show premiere.
The theme song is written by the guy who wrote the theme song of our favorite Disney show- Wizards of Waverly Place.
The theme song is a parody of Farscape’s and Doctor Who’s theme song.
Rick’s burping habit has its origin in a recording room blooper. While recording voices for another show the composer was trying different impressions. He burped accidently in the middle of a line. He then used these for Rick.
The show’s pilot was written in six hours. The writers Harmon and Roiland were almost about to give up but then forced themselves to stay in the studio, or else they’ll probably take another 3 months.
Rick’s burps are real. All of them!!! Justin Roiland basically tells the audio engineer to keep the tapes rolling as he drinks “a low-calorie beer and a bottle of water” to get the effect right.
The way Rick says the word “bitch” is reference to Jesse Pinkman from Breaking Bad (2008).