Rick and Morty - Does Nature Define Us? (S4 E7 Quick Take)

14 mai 2020
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Rick and Morty is back again, this time with parasitic, face-hugging aliens. But is there meaning in Parasite Rick's desire to fulfill his biological destiny? Let's find out in this Wisecrack Quick Take on Rick & Morty.
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  • What do you think? Does nature define us? Thanks again to Paradox Interactive for sponsoring this video. Play Stellaris for free through May 17th! pdxint.at/35XipVM

    WisecrackWisecrackIl y a 5 mois
    • I understand the economics of sponsorship, my issue is merely with the optics. just want to reiterate that a huge amount of the perceived cynicism of these ads would be averted by simply having someone other than the presenter of a given video do the voiceover. the advertisement would be far less jarring to the viewer.

      Gan KhefGan KhefIl y a 3 mois
    • We are animals who have constructed and live in complex artificial societies. We have to be aware of both parts. We can't ignore our natural drives. However if we can't ignore the limitations we need to put on our drives to maintain our societies

      Douglas PhillipsDouglas PhillipsIl y a 5 mois
    • We get it dude u support gays relax enough virtue signaling

      Eric VEric VIl y a 5 mois
    • @fangirlfortheages people draw the line when it stops benefiting them

      Tom WormellTom WormellIl y a 5 mois
    • in many cases it does (sexuality, physical attributes, mental capacity, etc) and in many other cases it doesn't (morality, actions, behavior, decisions, etc).

      Konstantinos Nte lira bakasKonstantinos Nte lira bakasIl y a 5 mois
  • Does nature define us, no it hates us. Hence the word survive. Take nature for a ride, keep trying to survive.

    Robert SniderRobert SniderIl y a jour
  • Veganism is natural and eating meat is a appeal to nature fallacy

  • I really feel like you can't run from nature you only given the perception that you can

    Death tracksDeath tracksIl y a 23 jours
  • oh my god the food for thought is actually really good. If a parasitic species turned out to have conscience and personalities, nuances and all of that, but survived using alien species, should we consider not killing them? do we leave them at their own thing?

    Felipe ViegasFelipe ViegasIl y a mois
  • you can't escape of Nature😂😂😂, because YOU ARE NATURE, EVERYTHING IS NATURE. YOU ARE THE UNIVERSE.

    El PersaEl PersaIl y a mois
  • W E A R E N A T U R E. 🌌🌱🐒🌎🌌

    El PersaEl PersaIl y a mois
  • No mention of veganism..?

    Liam VanceLiam VanceIl y a mois
  • was that ep created before mandatory face mask, if it was? freaky, a lot of truth in jest

    Stevo LutionStevo LutionIl y a 2 mois
  • Don’t listen or you will end up a vegan.

    Mitch EarleywineMitch EarleywineIl y a 2 mois
  • i know this impossible, but did Jared get sexier

    Tosin JerugbaTosin JerugbaIl y a 2 mois
  • 4:00 how about lobsters? lmao

    chago riverchago riverIl y a 2 mois
  • Is that a spider on the wall behind you?

    Irish WristwatchIrish WristwatchIl y a 2 mois
  • 3:58 "... humans being dicks" [cut to Balkan based stock image] 😃

    LO RILO RIIl y a 2 mois
  • 4:30 witch has nothing to do with the theory of evolution that darwin predicted. only creationists assosiate science and social darwinism.

    HexaRecterHexaRecterIl y a 3 mois
  • Nature vs Nurture, what's inherent vs what's acquired, the problem with these debates is that the questions that are asked automatically suppose that the two are opposites or have nothing in common. But capacity and potential are directly linked, for example. What if nurture is a part of nature?

    Robin RoseRobin RoseIl y a 3 mois
  • I watch Rick & Morty because it’s colorful and has action in it..

    Nic holasNic holasIl y a 3 mois
    • okay

      ayiorayiorIl y a 3 mois
  • You should have mentioned, that stellaris is not some stupid free to play title, but a complex and interesting game, that can only be played for free for a week and than costs like 40$ again.

    Weatherwax usefull hintsWeatherwax usefull hintsIl y a 3 mois
  • omg what an epic esoteric truth drop... John 1:1 1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. even one-eyed nut sack, 🤨🙄😆

    Stevo LutionStevo LutionIl y a 3 mois
  • it does NOT have nine eleven

    oxi tocinoxi tocinIl y a 4 mois
  • does the backwards 'peace' V still mean something derogatory in the UK? Also, I wish I watched Rick and Morty sooner and learned about the play-Stallaris-free weekend

    Simply MattSimply MattIl y a 4 mois
  • So I see anti-Vaccine folks appeal to nature a lot and it bothers me because for most of human history people died of horrible illness that shots can mostly eliminate. Also, people who drink raw milk because its "natural" forgot how many deadly parasites can kill them this way. Both are troubling and stupid appeals to nature. The only positive appeal to nature is for human to human interaction and time spent in literal nature like a park, I understand the current pandemic makes these not good ideas if you don't want to get Covid or spread the disease. As far as justifying the livelihood of parasites, hmm, well if it benefits our ecology then I can understand why insect parasites are absolutely worth saving. If its a genocidal alien race and they deserve some kind of protection than the only answer in my book is quarantine those creatures on one planet and do not go near them. Also someone in the comments mentioned a comparison of Rick and Morty with Futurama, fuck yes! I love them both because they mix goofy, sometimes horrible violence with swearing, sexuality, body humor and genuinely fascinating explorations of science, culture, destiny, and identity.

    Joseph BolzeniusJoseph BolzeniusIl y a 4 mois
  • Disagree. How can we ignore nature if we have to fulfill our biological needs to do something else? Our basic needs are sex, breathing, eating, drinking, shitting, sleeping. All teenagers can thing of is sex, because it’s a biological need to reproduce. Later we find jobs because we want to be successful so that we have more resources and women choose us to mate with. If u think biological needs can be avoided and aren’t necessary for us, try to stop eating at all. Right now nature defines us and we can’t escape it, we are smart little walking animals. I can try to suppress my basic needs and limit them. Drink less, sleep 1 hour only, eat only one slice of bread per day. But isn’t it better to get back to normal and fulfill my basic natural needs because those are inherently good, desirable and even inevitable? Does that mean that we should behave like monkeys? Of course not. But does it mean that we should never discredit our biological nature? I think so. There are layers to what we really are, the biology is the main layer, on which all the rest is built.

    learn lawlearn lawIl y a 4 mois
  • Well. This is the whole premise of the anime Parasyte

    Ashik JoyAshik JoyIl y a 4 mois
  • "Is it fair to call a species evil for just reproducing as their nature dictates?" * Ichneumonidae wasp has entered the chat*

    Anti-MatteringAnti-MatteringIl y a 4 mois
  • I just want to know how does the parasite populate if they only drop one egg that replaces the one that kills it self to lay the egg

    Poke Kid1217Poke Kid1217Il y a 4 mois
  • All right, after that last comment I'm officially vegetarian

    EdgbarraEdgbarraIl y a 4 mois
  • Nature defines us in so many ways, but we always are fighting to overcome how nature defines us, but nature isn't evil or good, both concept are created by humans like morality. We normally forgot how really work the natural world, where every living thing only tries to survive, that we also form part of that world. Try to impose our moral values to everything, in the end, we didn't even remember why were was created in first place

    Felix GomezFelix GomezIl y a 4 mois
  • Glory to glorzo

    SimonSaysSimonSaysIl y a 4 mois
  • My question is: how does the population of this species actually grow? If one facehugger only lays one egg, that would be impossible

    Lennart van der VeldenLennart van der VeldenIl y a 4 mois
  • #Fightfor15 they would have to deal with your shit. But you can only stomach your own shit.

    Doctor Winston MiloDoctor Winston MiloIl y a 4 mois
  • McNuggets. Secret Prize in Frosted fools, Secret menu at Mcdonalds. Desposeble gloves to wipe your ass with. No one ever ask for them. But they would flip if you did not were them to make their sandwich. There. Is that Right? Their, There. #SweetandsourisForever

    Doctor Winston MiloDoctor Winston MiloIl y a 4 mois
  • "food for though"

    menace05menace05Il y a 4 mois
  • the difference between humans and that parasite is that the parasite needs to use humans to reproduce while humans as omnivores can also survive on a plant based diet, which means we only eat meat and dairy for fun, convenience and traditions, which makes us even worse than the parasites.

    Alex NhAlex NhIl y a 4 mois
  • This episode was just one sided, arguing against nature and just ranting Rick and Morty writer didn't really dive deep with this one, just more of the same old rhetoric.

    Kay CharKay CharIl y a 4 mois
  • Anyone else always try to clean their screen in the upper left-hand corner when Jared is on screen? That hole in the wall is driving me nuts 😝

    ChristopherChristopherIl y a 4 mois
  • I'm surprised that you didn't reinforce your point with the wasp dimension Rick and Morty speech.

    Augusto RamirezAugusto RamirezIl y a 4 mois
  • The incest subtext in this episode was pretty gross though (and I've seen the dragons. grandpa and grandchildren soul orgy)

    Stera SigmaStera SigmaIl y a 4 mois
  • A lot of your queries at the end reminded me of the anime, Parasyte, which plays out some of these themes to their conclusion.

    Conscious_KyleConscious_KyleIl y a 4 mois
  • I Don't like you turned this into a LGBT thing it's a valid point but not the main point. Also you neglect the fact that physiology affects psychology if you are big and strong you don't feel weak. If you don't feel weak you are more likely to act out of altruism than self-preservation. Your argument is flawed. Also your wants and your needs are not the same thing so humans focusing on only getting what we want probably has unintended consequences mentally.

    ZenithZenithIl y a 4 mois
  • I love how the ad for this video was an Mortal Kombat “Friendship” commercial.

    Peter SunnerbergPeter SunnerbergIl y a 4 mois
  • That Stellaris ad doesn't do it justice. I did the "first taste is free" free steam weekend (paradox did an ad on Door Monster too) and they stole 100 hours from me already, so i'm late to see this video. These face huggers reminded me of the race i made and played: Xenophile Egalitarian Spiritualist Fungus People. My Glomps were even slow breeders like these "one egg" fellas, but weren't actually parasites, just bad at respecting personal space. The Galaxy was saved from the Unbidden Who-Did-Not-Want-Hugs, and the game ended with everyone in the League of Non-Aligned Powers, and only the members of the League of Non-Aligned Powers happily coexisting.

    AlexAlexIl y a 5 mois
  • Finally, a sponsorship of a honroble game.

    BerliningradBerliningradIl y a 5 mois
  • Paradox Interactive are bunch of scammers and generally corporate parasites wrapped around the face of humanity.

    Trump-a-Tron 6000Trump-a-Tron 6000Il y a 5 mois
  • Sorry this is the worst season of R&M so far. Who are these new writers of the show? What is this show even about now? There's no humour and its just repeated dialogue from every previous season. There is no internal character consistency anymore and everything is all modern day young people speak - where are the sci fi elements? Where is the funny dark humour? Bashing Jerry as unemployed for 2 season doesn't make it funny. ITs very sad to see the original writers like Ryan Ridley gone. Where are the amazing music, pop culture references, subversion of humour and tropes? This is complete trash compared to season 1 and 2. I think R&M had a good run for 2 season but sadly its all finished now.

    MaybDefinitelyMaybDefinitelyIl y a 5 mois
    • Are we watching the same show? I don't see anything wrong with criticizing R&M, I mean I didn't like Season 3 very much. But saying that Season 4 has "no sci-fi elements and dark humor" doesn't make any sense, and is just completely false.

      ShrubShrubIl y a 5 mois
  • Makes the comment that parasitic lifeforms are close to the paradigm of humans subsiding off other living organisms for substinance before instantly cutting to a ad break which is essentially a capitalistic form of parasitic behaviour... I dunno if that’s Uber level smart or an oversight or intentional joke

    CalzourCalzourIl y a 5 mois
  • you guys should do a vid on robot chicken

    Pranay MistryPranay MistryIl y a 5 mois
  • This episode, the vat of acid episode, and the snake episode are my favorites of this season. Gg Rick and Morty team.

    Deanna WoodsDeanna WoodsIl y a 5 mois
  • I liked this episode

    Austin PowersAustin PowersIl y a 5 mois
  • In the words of Rick Sanchez "If we can kill our enemies, but not Jack them off. Then how are we better than them?" 😂 But serious how are we better then them.?🤔

    DisCrypto YardieDisCrypto YardieIl y a 5 mois
  • I don’t get why they said killing the parasites was mindless fun, even ignoring the fact the facehuggers had built a civilization, Rick and Morty are living evidence that people under the control of the facehuggers can be saved if their facehugger is removed but Rick and Morty don’t even consider doing to others what had happened to them.

    Chairman MeowChairman MeowIl y a 5 mois
  • Why did I feel like the joe rogan podcast just got referenced

    Alex DawsonAlex DawsonIl y a 5 mois
  • Yes, there are many foods you can eat that aren't the living thing itself. It's called fruit. You crazy fruit bag!

    jmitterii2jmitterii2Il y a 5 mois
  • Rick and Morty fucking sucks

    StEvEn420BrUlEStEvEn420BrUlEIl y a 5 mois
  • I wonder if the writers and Rick & Morty watched bee keeper videos in FRworld before... FRworld tends to slip those occasionally

    Patricia VPatricia VIl y a 5 mois
  • The claim of hosts being designed for laying eggs is not simply an appeal to nature fallacy. It's a claim of the design, intention, cosmic, objective purpose behind it. Only if you strip this first god-layer or take that claim as a case of use of anthropomorphic language, what's left is appeal to nature.

    krzyszwojciechkrzyszwojciechIl y a 5 mois
  • wisecrack: makes fun of alex jones for selling vitamins. meanwhile, 1/4 of this video is an ad.

    George Cobelens IIIGeorge Cobelens IIIIl y a 5 mois
  • Appeal to Nature Fallacy is something leftist bring up when they have no scientific fact. Sorry Wisecrack, but this Wisecrap.

    NPC JohnNPC JohnIl y a 5 mois
  • I was wondering how a species that only grows one new one of itself in a reproductive lifetime can expand its population

    Huib van den HeuvelHuib van den HeuvelIl y a 5 mois
  • Do you know the story of the scorpion and the frog? The scorpion asks the frog for a ride across a river, the frog is hesitant because he is worried the scorpion will sting him. The scorpion swears he won't because he doesn't want to drown. Halfway across the river the scorpion stings the frog, when the frog asks why as they are drowning. The scorpion responds "It's in my nature"

    b db dIl y a 5 mois
  • My favorite paradox game.

    Thalia RossitterThalia RossitterIl y a 5 mois
  • i feel you completely missed the episode's deconstruction of male and female types of thinking, especially when to do with violence, fear and socialization. The whole episode is a over the top critique of a masculine view, while showing that summer's approach (which is dismissed and called boring by the boys) turns out to have been the moral one. Yet again the lads learn nothing, shitting all over the floor at the end of the episode. The last scene of the episode seems to be a clear reference to the bechtel test. While the whole episode has been nuanced regarding women, the last scene is two women/girls talking about fucking jerry (with the test requiring of a movie/series that two women talk to each other meaningfully about something else than a man, something rick n morty have already laughed about).

    Edijs LohijsEdijs LohijsIl y a 5 mois
  • the show likes to be pretend its controversial but they didnt even dare do a 9/11

    Daniel ZsomborDaniel ZsomborIl y a 5 mois
  • Well, nature isn't peaceful. We do have idiots who hate others for stupid reasons (you know exactly what I'm talking about), but likewise there is competing lifeforms in this world. Covid 19 uses us to breed and survive, but it isn't in our interest to allow that.

    Darth LazurusDarth LazurusIl y a 5 mois
  • The Gould from Stargate had a faction that only infested willing hosts. They joined up with some willing humans a fought against the evil Gould and helped the Stargate crew.

    Ian RobinsonIan RobinsonIl y a 5 mois
  • One of the most profound thing I personally came up, after lots of readimg and study, is: Just becuase it happened naturally doesn't mean it is NOT an injury. Jung pretty much gave me this one.

    Chalino FalconeChalino FalconeIl y a 5 mois
  • WooW, I just found out that I didn't really watch the episode yet, I need to see it again

    AbumreghaAbumreghaIl y a 5 mois
  • Neither Parasite Rick or regular Rick were wrong, conflict is natural, that is a good thing and if you disagree you are free to try and slaughter anyone who disagrees, if natural selection and/or the dialectical forces of history and/or God are on your side, good for you.

    FirmusFirmusIl y a 5 mois
  • When are you uploading next chapter review of rick n morty?

    ----Il y a 5 mois
  • Reminds me of Futurama episode with the worms that built a civilization inside Fry. I'll call it an original take on an unoriginal idea...

    JinnoCipinJinnoCipinIl y a 5 mois
  • I wonder if the people working on RIck and Morty are doing it because they want to, or because they feel they have to. It feels like the show focuses on explaining what happens when people make something that is forced, and then describes that painful process.

    Jeff KingstonJeff KingstonIl y a 5 mois
  • Disliked only because of the stupid ad

    Trevor BolzTrevor BolzIl y a 5 mois
  • This episode reminds me of Rick's relationship with the parasitic hivemind named UNITY. who if I remember was not evil, but is just doing what its biology requires but also did enslave an entire planet that was socially split via nipple-based racism and was doing in its own opinion a greater good for that planet? I don't really know where I am going with this, but I just saw a connection between the two episodes so do what you want with that information.

    Watah BastardWatah BastardIl y a 5 mois
  • The premise of this episode poses the same questions the anime, Parasyte, tackles

    Vanessa Wematu AkibateVanessa Wematu AkibateIl y a 5 mois
  • So weird to see an add for stellaris. Is like weed became legal and your dealer apeared on a comercial

    JopalamosJopalamosIl y a 5 mois
  • I know I'm about to get hanged by an angry mob of die hard fans, but in my opinion the last two episodes were pretty weak in comparison with what we were used to and especially considering the time it took to make them...

    Cristian Rares UtaCristian Rares UtaIl y a 5 mois
  • Am I the only one who was bugged by the fact that killing oneself to lay just one egg leads to population ollapse?

    Kilgore TroutKilgore TroutIl y a 5 mois
  • so basically this ep is telling me to go vegan

    Modern LeperModern LeperIl y a 5 mois
  • It's kinda funny to me when people say things humans so are "unnautral" .were apart of nature so by definition as much as we like to feel civilised anything we do is about as natural as a bever building a dam. That's not to say we dont do shitty things like polluting ecosystems but just that most species would do the same or worse if they were in our position .

    Meteor8Meteor8Il y a 5 mois
  • 01:53 there it is, the meaning of life [for that natural/organic life form]

    Ilgar RoshenIlgar RoshenIl y a 5 mois
  • Please do the philosophy of Samurai Champloo!!

    Alexandre BourcierAlexandre BourcierIl y a 5 mois
  • If fleas or mosquitos developed language, technology, and ect, I'm still down to kill the fuck out of them.

    ProApathyProApathyIl y a 5 mois
  • The “Appeal to Nature” argument is not that ‘nature=good’ but that humans can’t ignore or go against the laws of nature and have it work out. For example, hierarchy’s exist in nature, and hierarchies are inherently unfair. Hence any effort to creat an equal society with no hierarchy will fail. That’s why even in hippy communes, there is a type of unspoken hierarchy, with an unspoken leader. It’s just an acknowledgement that humans are not above the laws of nature

    Simon SaysSimon SaysIl y a 5 mois
  • 7:09 My response to your hypothetical is : Evil? maybe maybe not. I would however be interested to know wether or not these hypothetical parasites or their hosts taste good or not, or if it is generally considered pleasurable to engage in sexual acts with one or the other. answers to these questions will generally dictate my feelings on said parasite/hosts. Taste good? Eat. Feels good? Fornicate. Also keep in mind that these are not necessarily exclusive.

    GraveRobbinJakeGraveRobbinJakeIl y a 5 mois
  • The appeal to nature fallacy was something that I could never articulate till now, the idea that there is good and bad sides of nature is solely a human concept since nature doesnt care who eats who lol

    Lit ELit EIl y a 5 mois

    Noah HowellNoah HowellIl y a 5 mois
  • anybody think of the flood after this video?

    Arjun BhasinArjun BhasinIl y a 5 mois
  • It is just a cartoon dawg

    ggvn gvvggvn gvvIl y a 5 mois
  • I agreed this is one of the best lol

    Kyle GanseKyle GanseIl y a 5 mois
  • don't fucking lie to me... Sellaris isn't FREE. it's on a free weekend. not rare. not special. not worth mentioning. next time you say it's "free" you had better clarify it's an open weekend, not a "free game".

    swanclipperswanclipperIl y a 5 mois
  • You know it's funny your writing out a lot of the same stuff I was thinking of when I was watching this episode myself. For me, particularly as a gay man this episode oddly spoke to me and helped maybe come to terms with myself as a man, even after all these years of being out and practically married now to another man. And that's the argument I've heard that being gay goes against nature/God and being a 'real' man because you won't, in a sense, suck face with a woman, lay an egg, and die like your biology dictates you ought to do. That and I personally saw a sort of symbolism as well as a mocking critic with how religion sometimes views sexuality and the purpose of sex and life with the face sucking parasites. Like them, one could argue that many religions view the only real true purpose of sex is towards procreation, and though fun it can be at times any other reasons are secondary and thus irrelevant and often 'sinful'. And like the parasites, they just continue to believe that because "that's how things have always been done". While Summer one could argue represent a post-modern view of sex, that's it's more than just for procreation, but enjoying a vibrant array of experiences and understanding of who we are. That Gay, Bi, or whatever, we are no longer bound to just have to in a sort of 'suck face and shit an egg and die'. That instead of a duty-bound view of sex, we are free now to have a purely recreational view of sex. Anyways, that's just at least how I felt while watching it.

    ASymbolicSymbolASymbolicSymbolIl y a 5 mois
  • Gross

    The big mic chickenThe big mic chickenIl y a 5 mois
  • Have y’all watch the anime parasyte? It’s about a lot of the same stuff.

    Sam GonzalezSam GonzalezIl y a 5 mois
  • It's not about being natural but sustainable. Anything sustainable is valid.

    furyberserkfuryberserkIl y a 5 mois
  • It's not really a appeal to nature fallacy as it's a argument of a moral prerogative based on nature. There is a difference in using/justifying nature to achieve a end goal vs following nature AS the end goal. The first is indeed a fallacy, the latter is a matter of personal values. It's like saying nihilism is a fallacy because some people choose to end themselves because they lack meaning in life.

    VissiaVissiaIl y a 5 mois
  • Well shitting indoors or blood transfusion can be considered natural here’s why: the natural state of a human is what ever the human can build for himself or in other worlds it is out natural state to build environment around us for the better survival of our species and what better way to survive if we create tools( blood transfusion indoor plumbing and science in general) so if you look at humans as a species that it is in their nature to survive through these aspects that humans can be judged by the terms of nature

    Gjergji AliajGjergji AliajIl y a 5 mois
  • lol, nice try guys, but this one is a philosophical stretch

    Khary RobertsonKhary RobertsonIl y a 5 mois
  • Animals have incest, is it ok we have incest too? What if it's between consenting adults? Should incest be allowed?

    ChargeCityChargeCityIl y a 5 mois
  • Deep or Dumb on Elon Musk

    Bee LamBee LamIl y a 5 mois
  • Yes nature defines us but we often underestimate the ability for nature to change. Also quantum mechanic is proof of agency or infinite possibilities

    jianwei leejianwei leeIl y a 5 mois