Wubba Lubba Dub Dub, "#Rick and Morty" fans! We already are fully aware of the truth that everything is conceivable in "Rick and Morty [VIDEO]"'s universe on account of the limitless and incredibly radical abilities of Rick Sanchez.

The show's fundamental concept that revolves around the infinite possibilities of exploration, existence, and realities have not only gathered its fame and recognition over time but also opened up doors for the show’s main characters to seamlessly enter and exit the universes of other renowned shows and characters. The show and its creators have already toyed with this idea and brought it to reality in a select few cases and it nothing short of wholesome entertainment to indulge ourselves with the brainchild of the creators every single time.

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Recently, however, co-creators and voice actors of the show indulged into something a little more dramatic, weird and something that defies all logic with the intertwining of multiple realities into one plane of existence, all for their pleasure, and ours too. We would have never envisioned the team bringing an excursion down to #Bikini Bottom, the home of #Spongebob Squarepants and his group.

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

Not just Spongebob Squarepants. Not anymore. Vulture invited and put into participation the co-makers of "Rick and Morty", Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, alongside maker Ryan Ridley, and voice performers Spencer Grammer (voices Summer Smith), and Sarah Chalke (voices Beth Sanchez) requesting that they ad lib a scene in a Spongebob-like world.

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In this Vulture-vivified short, "Rick and Morty" ignore a household question between Sponge-eons (who are Sponge-bob like inhabitants of Bikini Bottom), and are hindered by visitor appearances from submerged saints from both the Marvel and DC comic universe.

What’s the plot?

While Spongebob himself resembles a contorted and obscure entity in this improvised short, the actual Spongebob Squarepants is not at all in it. Rather, the emphasis is on "Rick and Morty" attempting to separate a Sponge-eon couple who (alongside many other Sponge-eons) are making a beeline for the Spongedome for unexplained reasons.There's additionally some time travel back to the 1970s, a shot experience with some submerged Marvel and DC superheroes, and an unexpected visit from a tied-up Summer. Why is she tied up? Indeed, that flashback to the 1970s can clarify it.

The whole improvised short apart from taking place in Bikini Bottom has nothing else to do with it. Tough luck for those who are expecting Patrick, Squidward and the likes in it. However, it is undoubtedly the strangest and most outlandish improvisation the team has come up with as yet. Watch the video and judge for yourselves.