Behold the culinary masterpiece of Rick And Morty in pie form

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We know that Rick And Morty fans are devout, but this is an impressive bit of fan service: Nerdist reports on the fan who baked a Rick And Morty pie. Not just a pie, actually, but basically a pie within a pie, with a smaller circular bakery item set up on its side to resemble one of R&M’s interdimensional portals.

Nerdist says that “Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin has shared her unique culinary creation via her Pies Are Awesome YouTube channel, and it looks like she’s placed the titular duo in a very sticky situation.” Namely, they’re stepping out of goo, which is actually the apple part of the apple pie. In the time-lapse YouTube video, Clark-Bojin shows off artistic culinary skills the rest of us can only envy, deftly cutting spot-on Rick and Morty shapes out of her perfect dough and coloring them in accordingly.

Hopefully Clark-Bojin hasn’t eaten the pie yet, because she could probably sell it to a Rick And Morty fan for top dollar.

Gwen Ihnat is the Editorial Coordinator for The A.V. Club.

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Okay, so don’t take this personally if you are a stan for Rick and Morty. I decided to take the plunge and give the show a chance. I watched S1E1, which really didn’t do much for me, but I wanted to give it a fair shake. Got some advice from someone that said to watch S1E4, which I did and it was a little better. Then I randomly watched a couple shows from S2.

I could not get past the voice over work. It is really not very good. To the point of being horrifically distracting. I’m glad so many people love this show, but I guess it just isn’t for me. It’s like someone took a really cool idea for a show and decided to have everyone played by Tommy Wiseau. Which starts out amusing, but by the end you want to run your head through the wall.