Rick and Morty promoting has never been known for its expectedness (to put it softly.) Whether its spots demonstrating grim excursions through the aggregate of workmanship history, or The Non-Canonical Adventures of claymation Rick and Morty and the stop-movement rendition of the couple in Buttworld, or their unwilling and prominent supported substance — nobody and nothing is protected in these advertisement universes.
Yet, the most recent Old Spice hybrid did the inconceivable. (Furthermore, if it’s not too much trouble in case you’re not taking a seat, sit down.) …They executed Butter Bot.
You may recall Butter Bot from the frosty open of the Season 2 scene “Something Ricked This Way Comes.” He basically entireties up the whole body of Nietzsche’s work in the traverse of a moment.
After Rick coolly makes the modest robot over a plate of hotcakes, the new metallic life asks his maker the straightforward, widely inclusive inquiry. “What is my motivation?”
“Pass the margarine,” Rick educates.
The obedient (apparently aware) worker does as his alcoholic distraught researcher god lets him know. Alternate characters go ahead with irrelevant discussion, as Butter Bot gazes vacantly into space and the profound drained of arbitrary presence. “What is my motivation?” he asks once more.
“You pass spread,” Rick says once more, irritated.
Spread Bot droops, looking down at his hands and considering the insubstantial quality of their goal. “Gracious my god.”
“Welcome to the club, buddy.”
This single joke started perpetual fan spinoffs, and even a genuine working 120 lbs flamethrower variant of Butter Bot.
In any case, it appears the agony of life’s impassion to our look for a higher reason didn’t end at image ification for Butter Bot. In the new supported advertisement, Morty’s combatively flushed granddad intrudes on his grandson’s rest to “offer us out” once more. A couple of his similarly ruinous pals, aware jars of Old Spice antiperspirant splash, jump into to wreak destruction on the room.
The jars of Old Spice fuck the greater part of Morty’s poo up with exemption, including his plumbus (and we as a whole know how burdensome the way toward making one of those is). In any case, at that point, the genuine wrongdoing happens.
One of the them hurls Butter Bot — the unfading image of life’s futility — into the mouth of another antiperspirant can, who is here speaking to the ravenously hungry mouth of corporate voracity.
What’s more, that, we expect, is the place Butter Bot’s adventure closes: In the tummy of private enterprise, while his maker tallies all that greenbacks he simply made at his end.
You shoulda stayed with passing spread, buddy.