Ryan Ridley Reveals How Rick and Morty Puts a Comedic Spin on Classic Tropes
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Rick and Morty Writer: Ryan Ridley" by Y Combinator
TLDR The creators of Rick and Morty use their comedic abilities to put their own spin on classic stories and movie tropes, while also striving for originality and leaving viewers invested in the show's reality.
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