Fans of Adult Swim's Rick and Morty know that the darkly comedic sci-fi show is completely and utterly bonkers, and doesn't hesitate to jump into stories about butt-themed parallel dimensions, goofy aliens, or having a squanchin' good party. But some things in life are just too crazy to make up, which was the case during San Diego Comic-Con, where Rick and Morty series co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland showed the audience an animatic of Rick and Morty reenacting the Denver Allen court case that viral not too long ago. This is totally hilarious and NSFW, so put those headphones on and enjoy the ride.

If you went into that with zero context like I first did, then you would have thought that was an unfinished clip from the actual show. Nope! As Uproxx reports, that clip is based on a real transcript of a murder case between Judge Bryant Durham, Jr. and defendant Denver Fenton Allen. The event took place in the Superior Court of Floyd County, Georgia on May 17, 2016. The already incarcerated Allen was being charged for the potential murder of an inmate, and in case you have a hard time believing that any of this is real then you can check out the real transcript here. Almost none of the dialogue was changed for video.

This transcript is basically a gift from above. Just when you think it can't get any crazier, it does just that, getting funnier and funnier as the minutes tick by. The whole conflict starts with Allen wanting to get a new public defender after he claimed the lawyer wanted to commit fellatio in exchange for representation. That's crazy enough, but the judge and Allen just keep going at it, from Allen saying the judge didn't have a big enough mouth for his "donkey dick" to the judge finally snapping and telling him to whip it out right there in court. The video culminates with Allen threatening on public record to murder the judge's non-existent children, so he wasn't really doing himself any favors for his trial.

Again, I can't stretch enough how easily this could have been in an episode of Rick and Morty, just replacing an American court room with something from another dimension. Kudos to Justin Roiland for voicing this transcript to near perfection.

Aside from this video, the Rick and Morty panel also discussed Season 3 of the much-beloved show. A premiere date still isn't set but it should be coming out by the end of the year. Dan Harmon has been promising a very epic and cool season of the show, with the animators working over time to make the best episodes possibles. It's been almost a full year since any new episodes of Rick and Morty got us schwifty with it, so hopefully we can get a new season lickety split.

In the meantime, don't be a Gear Head and go check out our fall TV schedule to learn when your other favorite shows are coming back.

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