Can you imagine John F. Kennedy as a Rick and Morty Fan?
Thanks to DeepFake tech, you can.
Can you imagine great historical figures stanning your favorite TV Show? Well, we couldn’t either. But thanks to the powers of technology and DeepFakes, we get to see JFK talk about Rick and Morty. Using some savvy tech and someone who has way too much time on their hands, John F. Kennedy utters the words ‘Wubba Lubba Dub Dub’. That is Meeseeks for ‘I am in great pain’.
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That’s not all he says! He also says something important about being a Rick and Morty fan. Apparently, President JFK thinks that you need a high IQ to understand the comedy of the animated show:
To be fair you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humor is extremely subtle and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics, most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer’s head.
JFK is talking about the debate popular amongst Rick and Morty fans. Some believe that you need to be really smart in order to truly understand the many facets of the show. Though, some think that you can enjoy it without knowing the complexities of physics.
Deep Fake technology is being used for a lot for entertainment
Even though people were afraid that the Deep Fake technology would be used for criminal purposes, it’s mostly used for entertainment. We see many different concepts play out like Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. as Marty McFly and Doc in the famous Back to the Future movie series. There was also one where DJ Diplo became Niall Horan.
Similarly, we see one of the most popular presidents JFK transform into a Rick and Morty stan. I wonder if JFK would have liked the show or not if he was alive today. Unfortunately, he was assassinated in 1963 in the month of November.
Rick and Morty is a show created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon and airs on Adult Swim. The fifth season is underway with four seasons already out. You can view the show on different streaming platforms and services online.