Wubba Lubba Dub Dub! The season three of "Rick and Morty" has garnered immeasurable attention from its ever growing fan base. The only other show that seems to be gathering similar, if not equal attention is the season seven of the famed HBO masterpiece, "Game of Thrones." After the season finale of "Game of Thrones" this week, Adult Swim seems to have gone ahead and taken a shot at the show’s writers, and we’re here to give you the inside scoop on it.

Game of Roasts

It's quite certain now that the writing and script behind "Game of Thrones" this season took an authoritative turn, putting vigorously in fan administration and activity to the detriment of a vast number of the tonal and strategic substances set up by the arrangement's previous seasons.

All the while and in healthy comparison, it's been truly verifiable that "Rick And Morty's" written work has become some way or another shockingly better in its third season, mixing poignancy and stringent mind with an inexorably firm, sprawling science fiction universe, also wealthier character bends.

After this weekend's new "Rick and Morty" episode titled Rest and Ricklaxation, an "in memoriam" card showed up. The card read "The Writing on Game of Thrones [2011-2016]”, which does seem like an obvious blow at HBO's colossally prominent show was gotten by a couple of keen eyed fans, some of whom trusted that this Game of Thrones knock-out was the result of Roiland and Harmon's comic drama. It isn't hard to imagine the two co-creators pulling off something of this sort.

So, what really happened?

A day after this satirical incident, Justin Roiland reached out to his followers on Twitter mentioning that he didn't have anything to do with it at all.

His announcement was re-tweeted by the official "Rick and Morty" Twitter account. Dan Harmon, who is presently taking a short break from Twitter, and did not remark on the guard.

This clever disaster drew cheers and hollers from fans on the web, who took screenshots of the message in black and tweeted it, making it an overnight rage.

It might appear somewhat dreadful to incorporate the card, however, "Game of Thrones'" written work and pacing has been a state of conflict as far as season seven is concerned.

Fandoms like the ones of "Game of Thrones" are, for the most part, known for their outrage as many seemingly worship the show and its characters. Thus both "Rick And Morty" and Justin Roiland rushed to separate themselves from the chaos of what could have followed. On reaching out to Adult Swim to know what had happened, they confirmed that their team was behind the bump and wanted to be brutally honest about the seventh season’s god awful writing.