45 min

Rick and Morty is Autistic (Episode 70‪)‬ The Autistic Culture Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Matt Lowry, LPP shares a deep dive on Rick and Morty with co-host, Dr. Angela Lauria.
* How getting fired from Community propelled Autistic writer, Dan Harmon, to create Rick and Morty.
* The Back to the Future origins of Rick and Morty, plus fanbase shenanigans.
* Processing childhood trauma through writing.
* The complex relationship many autistics have with talk therapy.
* Why Autistic culture is filled with meta references.
* Autistic personal growth journeys and learning to embrace your true self.
* Emotional-support people and why we need them.
“We are going to be talking about what it might be one of the finest and most Autistic cartoons of all time that has possibly the most toxic fan base of all time.”
“So at the time, he was a massive, massive, massive, self-loathing alcoholic. And that came out in the character of Rick.”
“It's a very big show of growth—especially from an autistic perspective—and how we learn to more effectively relate to the people around us, how we find ourselves, how we state our own needs.”

Are you a Rick & Morty fan? What do you relate to most?
Rick and Morty on Wikipedia
Episode 57: Community is Autistic
Episode 60: Mythic Quest is Autistic
Episode 64: Taylor Swift is Autistic
Episode 68: Kink is Autistic
Ready for a paradigm shift that empowers Autistics? Help spread the news!

* Follow our Instagram
* Rate us on Apple podcasts and Spotify
* Check out our Teepublic merch shop
* MattLowryLPP.com  
* AngelaLauria.com
* Autistic Connections Facebook Group
* Write a book with Angela at Difference Press
* Angela’s social media: Twitter and TikTok



This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.autisticculturepodcast.com/subscribe

Matt Lowry, LPP shares a deep dive on Rick and Morty with co-host, Dr. Angela Lauria.
* How getting fired from Community propelled Autistic writer, Dan Harmon, to create Rick and Morty.
* The Back to the Future origins of Rick and Morty, plus fanbase shenanigans.
* Processing childhood trauma through writing.
* The complex relationship many autistics have with talk therapy.
* Why Autistic culture is filled with meta references.
* Autistic personal growth journeys and learning to embrace your true self.
* Emotional-support people and why we need them.
“We are going to be talking about what it might be one of the finest and most Autistic cartoons of all time that has possibly the most toxic fan base of all time.”
“So at the time, he was a massive, massive, massive, self-loathing alcoholic. And that came out in the character of Rick.”
“It's a very big show of growth—especially from an autistic perspective—and how we learn to more effectively relate to the people around us, how we find ourselves, how we state our own needs.”

Are you a Rick & Morty fan? What do you relate to most?
Rick and Morty on Wikipedia
Episode 57: Community is Autistic
Episode 60: Mythic Quest is Autistic
Episode 64: Taylor Swift is Autistic
Episode 68: Kink is Autistic
Ready for a paradigm shift that empowers Autistics? Help spread the news!

* Follow our Instagram
* Rate us on Apple podcasts and Spotify
* Check out our Teepublic merch shop
* MattLowryLPP.com  
* AngelaLauria.com
* Autistic Connections Facebook Group
* Write a book with Angela at Difference Press
* Angela’s social media: Twitter and TikTok



This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.autisticculturepodcast.com/subscribe

45 min

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