2022 rick and morty season 6 ep 11 – Did Rick and Morty Do a 9/11 Episode?

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The latest episode of Rick and Morty features Rick accidentally starting a religion that accidentally starts a Holy War. And also it aired on 9/11. So is the show commenting on the connection between religion and violence? Or is something more going on? Let’s find out in this Wisecrack Quicktake: Did Rick and Morty Do a 9/11 Episode?

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    The latest episode of Rick and Morty features Rick accidentally starting a religion that accidentally starts a Holy War. And also it aired on 9/11. So is the show commenting on the connection between religion and violence? Or is something more going on? Let’s find out in this Wisecrack Quicktake: Did Rick and Morty Do a 9/11 Episode?

    Subscribe to Wisecrack! ►
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    === Watch More Episodes! ===
    What Makes a Morty? ►
    Rick and Morty: Are We Free to Imagine? ►
    Is Planetina Right? ►

    Written and Hosted by Michael Burns
    Directed by Michael Luxemburg
    Edited by Mark Potts
    Produced by Olivia Redden and Griffin Davis

    Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound

    #RickandMorty #Season6 #Wisecrack

    © 2022 Wisecrack / Omnia Media, Inc. / Enthusiast Gaming

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Are 9/11 episodes the new Christmas specials?

The latest episode of Rick and Morty features Rick accidentally starting a religion that accidentally starts a Holy War. And also it aired on 9/11. So is the show commenting on the connection between religion and violence? Or is something more going on? Let’s find out in this Wisecrack Quicktake: Did Rick and Morty Do a 9/11 Episode?

Subscribe to Wisecrack! ►
Support us on Patreon! ►
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=== Watch More Episodes! ===
What Makes a Morty? ►
Rick and Morty: Are We Free to Imagine? ►
Is Planetina Right? ►

Written and Hosted by Michael Burns
Directed by Michael Luxemburg
Edited by Mark Potts
Produced by Olivia Redden and Griffin Davis

Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound

#RickandMorty #Season6 #Wisecrack

© 2022 Wisecrack / Omnia Media, Inc. / Enthusiast Gaming

32 thoughts on “2022 rick and morty season 6 ep 11 – Did Rick and Morty Do a 9/11 Episode?”

  1. I absolutely LOVE the way wise crack breakdowns each episode and pulls out the philosophical meanings behind the writings in each episode. This is by far my favorite YouTube channel, mainly because it doesn't follow a certain narrative the channel explains everything with inclusion, logic and intelligence. It's a breath of fresh air, I'm so sick of ignorant bigots. Keep up the great work! You guys at wisecrack truly make some of the BEST content on YouTube ✌️

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  2. If u know anything about Dan Harmon you'll know the 911 references are completely intentional 😁
    They'd cheer every time the clock hit 9:11pm on every Harmontown episode

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  3. So the people who want to blame 9/11 on anything but religious fundamentalism are just going to ignore the justification & goals the hijackers stated themselves?

    They spelled it out in point blank language. 🤷🏼‍♂️
    This isn’t to justify western violence because no one can. I’m just pointing out how you’re ignoring stated motivations to make a more complicated narrative

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  4. I'm confused on Rick's insistence in there being no God. If you're in a simulation, then the computer designer was God, a creator who designed the program. By logic, if these complex simulations exist in their world already, and you can create things like microcosms within microcosms, why can't it go the other way? I would understand if Rick was agnostic, but him being strictly atheist comes off as edgy for edgy's sake.

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  5. Religious or Secular are basically the same thing, both are just nothing more than an ideal when you strip away the cosmetics that separate them and boil them all down to the most basic form. In this case involving this specific topic both are ideals worth killing each other over.

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  6. when thinking about Rick and Morty doing a 9/11… i'm thinking… that was the episode when they went to a group and literally did a 9/11 while Summer was the Queen.

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  7. Yeah, the "religion-as-a-precursor-to-violence" was the weakest aspect of this particular episode. Had it been a commentary on the risk of movements becoming out-of-control ideologies, which can be both religious AND secular in nature, then the episode would have been better. But, to focus on religion? Say that about those religions that actually preach pacifism, such as Hinduism, Taoism, Shintoism and even some sects of the bigger religions like Christianity and Islam. The violence aspect, in the name of religion, comes into play when it comes to geopolitical theater and resources competition. "Religion" is just an excuse to justify violence.

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  8. YouTube is ridiculous. This guy absolutely buys the "official" explanation for 9/11. Since he is not questioning the status quo, why does YouTube still need to include "9/11 context"?? That has me a little weirded out. 9/11 was an inside job, it's easy to prove with logic, to someone with an open mind and no agenda.

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  9. i have to disagree with what you said about secularism, it is the opposite to "absolutism" there are no absolutes in Secularism except the logical absolutes. which says an apple is an apple and an orange is not an apple for example.

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  10. Wisecrack: Sam Harris & Bill Maher argue that violence against Muslims is justified due to superior rationality of the western world. Source? Trust me bro, they totally said that.

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  11. Yeah idk…the religious jokes seemed to be a "sideshow" of sorts like they couldn't resist poking fun at religion within the larger message which was about humanity in general and this realization that we share a sort of consciousness that goes beyond religion or any sort. I think the show is saying that even if everyone accepted the ultimate truth that we are all deeply connected somehow which is doubtful…and even if we actually understood that connection it would create a new reality and many people would still reject it purely out of a desire to maintain their independence. And thats represented by the last Morty spawn, she knew the truth but refused to be part of the new reality of that truth. And in a way we are all struggling with that in our own brain worlds.

    Just my take.

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  12. He wanted soooo badly to pull a Hasan, and say America deserved….some people doing a thing. And no one disgrees that your relgion of "liberalism" is disgusting and violent.

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  13. ooooh ok hold your horses wisecrack

    I get the idea that "absolutism and irrationality are at the heart of all political violence" makes sense and especially if you're trying to summarise Kavanaugh (what an unfortunate last name huh), but shouldn't we also question rationality as well? I really thought you were going to bring in someone from Frankfurt at some point cause come on. Like, as presented, the video defines rationality as inherently good because non-violent, so all violence in name of rationality is actually an irrational act disguised. But this seems to backwardly engineer rationality into being good in itself. We might as well talk about it in the sense of cost-benefit calculations and the reduction of everything in sight, including other beings, as material to be evaluated from the standpoint of a means to an end. So the most "rational" person would be the one making the most "efficient" use of "resources", and if logic itself cannot decide the values / ends of human life, that might be a reason not to be "rational" all the time or idolise rationality by itself – but, precisely because of that, not enough reason to define rationality as inherently good

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  14. i assume you already are, but you need to get on rick and morty ep 5 like right now. i will be dropping everything for your analysis.

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  15. Kinda seems like they were talking relationship dynamics and the emotional dimensions to choice and faith. Like the central fight wasn't even about if they were all Morty, it was how they were bought together. One side (Rick) had minimal moral turpitude with efficiency of aggregation being the prime motivator to bring the fragments together and the other (Marta) advocated to treating each fragment as worthwhile unto itself regardless of who they were.

    It was the lack of love that caused the schism, the b plot kinda bent over the dogmatic doctrine driven belief structures as being vulnerable to exploits and reductive thinking.

    Its Jazz you see, scooby di doop do wop. Maybe you should've highlighted the remark on a lack of diversity……….

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  16. Yeah… call me when a bunch of secular people fly planes into buildings, or make the largest open air prison in the world, or force women to cover their bodies, or murder women on the street for not doing so, or lynch black people and burn crosses in their yard, or bomb an abortion clinic, or feed people of an opposing religion to lions for entertainment, or…..

    Secular violence exists, but saying there is no distinction to be made between the two is really fucking dumb.

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  17. Religiois violence is undoubtedly worse, it is ridiculous to kill people for absolutely perplexing bullshit about sky daddies.

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  18. eh dude can say "the myth of religious violence" all he likes the bodies speak for themselves mind you theologian so not a little biased there. the die hard plot emphasises that literally anything can become a religion if enough dumb ideas are enforced as doctrine including a devotion to rationality that oversteps far enough to miss the whole 'you are still a person you do care about the personal perspective' bit.
    the generalized problem i suppose is that religion is the problem of an enforced viewpoint in spite of all contradiction with reality.
    and of course rick and morty chime in to remind you that the reality, what you know of it, what you know of yourself and what parts of you are enough to really constitute you are all not a given. did he get morty back or only most of him, is that remaining fragment a morty? or only a part of a morty? is there even a difference to distinguish?

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  19. To me the magic of most Rick and Morty episodes lies in the many layers of interpretations one can have of them. As relevant as it is, I saw nothing of this 9/11 interpretation in this episode before watching your breakdown, yet it's quite pertinent 🙂 to me the morale of this episode kind of transpired in the Morty president dialogue: people are all widely different in their personality, opinions on life, politics… An argument could be made that Technocratic societies tend to "optimize" the human race, thinking of it as some ant colony, moving efficiently forward to reach a common goal and lacking any individuality. Asking humanity to agree on moving forward to reach a common objective (whether tackling climate change, fixing social inequalities or whatnot), *even when it's in everyone's interest*, seems to be an unachievable task, where we can never get everyone to agree on anything. And in some way, the President Morty's dialogue glorifies that diversity, acknowledging the real threat Rick is talking about, while refusing to approve forcing everyone to fix that threat (with a bit of extra "conspirationnist" lack of trust towards the "institutions" that are trying to fix the threat..: does Rick really have our interest in mind?)
    But then I don't know, when i see the various conclusions people draw from these Rick and Morty episodes, maybe we're all idiots, overthinking things and putting words on the most hilariously absurd show we've ever created, and it's creators are having the biggest laugh when they read our conclusions !

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