‘Rick and Morty’ wins 2nd Emmy for Best Animated Program at Saturday’s Creative Arts ceremony

‘Rick and Morty’ wins 2nd Emmy for Best Animated Program at Saturday’s Creative Arts ceremony
Rick and Morty” won its second Emmy for Best Animated Program at Saturday night’s Creative Arts ceremony. The series, created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, was in second place in our predictions center with 4/1 odds of prevailing for their season four episode, “The Vat of Acid Episode.” The show won this category two years ago when they scored their first nomination for the episode, “Pickle Rick.”

In the episode, Morty criticizes Rick for what he sees as a poorly planned escape of hiding in a vat of acid and goads Rick into creating a “save point” remote which would allow Morty to save his place in life and return to it should something go wrong. Morty uses it to engage in a bunch of shenanigans but uses it before talking to a girl who he falls in love with. The two eventually go on a vacation where their
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