Had he only been Reverse Giraffe, Keith David could still have had a decent claim to being the best guest voice in the run of “Rick & Morty.” Add in a planet-saving dance of raised-up posteriors and his case has only grown with each passing season. It’s his particular blend of instant gravitas and ability to cut through any surrounding nonsense that makes him an ideal asset for a series that can often use both.Rick and Morty Season 1-5 Download.
Enter “Rick and Morty’s Thanksploitation Spectacular,” an episode that begins as a battle of wits and eventually segues into something with potentially more sinister consequences. To the extent that each half works, David’s The President is the key in a way that few people outside the show’s main family get to be. If there was ever a question of who The Fifth Beatle of “Rick & Morty” was, this likely put that to rest.Things start, as they tend to do, with a battle of egos. After a disastrous, “National Treasure”-style attempt to rob the Constitution from an underground bunker, Rick is in sudden need of a Presidential pardon. Sensing a harebrained scheme in the offing, The President (whose official last name is apparently Curtis, but may he always be identifiable by a single article) is one step ahead. Rick’s idea is to turn himself into a turkey to get a Thanksgiving pardon; The President counters by sending a team of commandos undercover, also as turkeys, to neutralize the threat and ensure his pardon goes to a non-human entity.Rick and Morty Season 1-5 Download.
There’s something satisfying about “Rick & Morty” giving Rick a relative equal that he doesn’t have to vanquish. Not only is The President so attuned to Rick’s strategizing, he’s also taken on Rick’s one-track mind for staring down foes.