Trivia: The show originated as a 2006 short parody of the film series "Back to the Future", entitled "The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti." Eventually, creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon reworked the concept into the series that would become "Rick and Morty" during the brief time that Harmon was fired from his other series "Community" during the fourth season. When Harmon was rehired for the fifth and sixth seasons of that show, he simultaneously worked on both series at the same time.
Old Alien in Wheelchair: I've dwelt among the humans. Their entire culture is built around their penises. It's funny to say they're small. It's funny to say they're big. I've been at parties where humans have held bottles, pencils, thermoses, in front of themselves and called out, "Hey, look at me. I'm Mr. So-and-so dick. I've got such-and-such for a penis." I never saw it fail to get a laugh.
Question: On the IMDB, the credits for each episode in season 1 (except for episode 8) list "Unity" as playing "Themselves" or "Themself", sometimes listed as uncredited and some times not. However I never saw Unity listed in any credits on the show itself. (It should be noted, I'm not talking about the character Unity from season 2 which was voiced by Christina Hendricks). Looking further on IMDB, Unity has appeared on a dance show where it appears Unity is a dance crew and not an individual with a weird name. So whom is Unity playing in a cartoon if they're just dancers and not voice actors? Did the dance crew actually do any voice work or help with any dance scenes, even though they're just drawings and not motion captured?
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