Rick and Morty Star in Carl's Jr.'s Latest Commercial

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Fans of Rick and Morty have to wait for summer 2016 to watch season 3 of the show, but today the Adult Swim characters appear in a new advertisement for Carl’s Jr. The burger chain, which often endorses celebrity campaigns, enlisted the Rick and Morty animators to produce a short scene that introduces the season’s new burgers. Watch the clip in the video above.

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