Trash is maybe a little extreme but the jokes tend to be a little more on the nose than I prefer, the show as a whole is pretty good though. >>90287472
ATHF has it's moments, but I'd definitely say that Rick & Morty/Bojack have a lot more going on at the end of the day, in terms of just cleverness and characterization (in Bojack's case).
Drawn Together is a mess. There are some good bits in there, but they're buried under tons of crude, deliberately offensive ultimately lazy/boring comedy and self-deprecating jokes about how crude and lazy the show is, which doesn't excuse the show's being excessively crude and lazy most of the time. >>90287620
Agreed, Rick is definitely the worst part of his show. I definitely feel like there's a way to make Rick a nihilist that doesn't make him come off as such an edgy cynic reddit-tier meme. It would be as easy as just changing his attitude from "nothing matters, and I'm depressed and angry about it" to "nothing matters so let's have a good time and make mistakes".
R&M's strengths lies almost entirely in it's willingness to establish a concept riding that concept to it's logical extreme. I'm thinking episodes like the inception one, and the episode with the car being powered by the micro-universe. Summer's subplot in that is another good example. Marriage Counseling monsters, and the Jerry day care are other also.