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What You Didn’t Know About The Burps On Rick And Morty

Roiland confirmed as much in a Q&A with fans on Gizmodo, while also explaining his process. During the recording process, Roiland first records all of his lines of dialogue normally. Then, he marks the lines that he wants to go back to do “burp takes” on. Unfortunately for Roiland, he’s unable to burp on command. Instead, he has to rely on a combination of low-calorie beer (Miller 64, specifically), as well as air to generate the oomph he needs. As a result, “Rick and Morty” has genuine, quality burps, and no two of them ever sound quite the same. You just can’t get the same product by using sound effects.

Roiland’s comments aren’t surprising, considering that he’s actually gotten drunk to record a “Rick and Morty” episode before. During the fourth episode of Season 3, titled “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender,” Roiland got hammered on Dan Harmon’s suggestion. The resulting video has racked up more than 29 million views on YouTube. Check it out if you don’t mind strong language.

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