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Rick And Morty's Sarah Chalke Has A Few Choices For Her Favorite Moment In The Series

"Rick and Morty" has never been bigger or more popular in the wake of its sixth season (via Parrot Analytics). With the work of Justin Roiland becoming more prolific than ever with series like "Solar Opposites" and projects like "High on Life" on the showrunner and voice actor's plate, it looks like Adult Swim was smart to bet on him nearly a decade ago.

With Roiland and fellow showrunner Dan Harmon having signed a deal that will take "Rick and Morty" all the way through to Season 10, it would seem that the madcap adventures of the Smith family won't be coming to an end any time soon. Furthermore, as the series goes on, each family member continues to be given rich new layers to explore as the series takes them on one wacky intergalactic journey after another.

While Beth (Sarah Chalke) and Jerry (Chris Parnell) may have begun as some of the more background family members in favor of Rick, Morty (both voiced by Roiland), and Summer's (Spencer Grammer) many treks across the galaxy, as "Rick and Morty" has gone on the married couple have become every bit as rich as the other family members in the series.

Sarah Chalke says she gets to enjoy every joke twice

Chris Parnell and Sarah Chalke joined SciFiNow to discuss their many years as cast members on one of the most popular animated series on the air, and the duo shared what they love most about working on "Rick and Morty." When asked which episodes and moments she loved most, Chalke, for her part, had plenty to say.

"Definitely where Werner Herzog plays Shrimply Pibbles and the only way Jerry can save him is to donate his penis and Beth is really against that and then she's flipping through the catalog," Chalke offered up as a specific moment she loves. However, the voice actor also went on to explain how working on the series often gives her multiple times to appreciate just how good a joke happens to be.

"You read [the script] and visualize it in your mind, and then when you see it animated it's obviously a thousand times more amazing than what you pictured," Chalke said enthusiastically. "It's almost like you get to experience Rick and Morty twice when you get the script in your inbox and then when you watch it on TV," she explained.

With fans getting double the Beth all the way through Season 6 of "Rick and Morty," the character has likely never been more popular. Fans will have to wait and see if both Beths continue to stick around in the upcoming seventh season of the series, though.