You can become a character in the new season of Rick and Morty for $10
It's been a while since the last season of Rick and Morty aired, and as usual, fans have had to be patient waiting on the next instalment.
However, if you're a massive Rick and Morty fan, then I guess the opportunity to actually be in the show might mean that season four could be worth the wait, right? Of course, you probably think it's not possible to make a cameo in an animated show: but you'd be dead wrong.
The studio that makes Rick and Morty - led by creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland - are offering fans the chance to appear in the show as a new character in an upcoming episode by making a small donation of $10 to charity.
Check out the trailer for season four of Rick and Morty below:
The opportunity is part of their campaign for two charities: NEXT for AUTISM, and Bergen County's United Way - organisations that help people on the autism spectrum.
By making a $10 donation, and winning, you and a friend will be flown to Los Angeles, and get the chance to tour the production studios and meet the show's creators.
Not only that, but you'll also be gifted a massive bundle of free Rick and Morty merch, and a character bearing your likeness will appear in the background of an upcoming episode.
Dan Harmon himself is on the autism spectrum, and has often talked about his experiences living with Aspergers. He previously stated that he discovered he was autistic while writing the character of Abed, played by Danny Pudi.
If the above offer isn't exciting enough, then I have even better news for you: apparently, Justin Roiland wants to make a Rick and Morty movie! Man, can you even imagine how messed-up a feature-length storyline will be?