My all-time favorite TV Show would definitely have to be Rick and Morty. It is crazy how two guys can challenge some of worlds craziest theories. The quote I chose was "That's planning for failure Morty.. Even dumber than regular planning" and I think has a lot a truth behind it. In the episode Morty is planning how he will go about a situation based on the fact that he thinks it will go wrong. What Rick is trying to get him to see is that he should plan based on all the factors and how it will happen in the best scenario. I feel like this can also apply in life because there will be times where you think something won't turn out how you think it will go but in all you are just setting yourself up for failure. In reality you should plan according to how it should be or the best outcome could be.
J. Cole is my favorite artist of all time so I felt like it was only right that I pick one of his most iconic quotes and songs. The title of the song is named "Crooked Smile" and I feel like that sets up this quote very well. The line chosen from the song was "We're not picture perfect but we worth the picture still". It starts off by saying "We're not picture perfect" which I think at first glance or hearing sounds like sort off a diss. It also brings sort off a drama illusion like what is he implying. When you think of something not being picture perfect it is always usually in a negative light, almost like it shouldn't be. Then it goes on to say "but we worth the picture still" which I think wraps it all up together and gives the listener a sense of appreciation or satisfaction. In all he is saying no matter what you look like or flaws you think you may have your value is still worth a lot and should not be depreciated.
If there is a type of genre of movie I like it would have to be a sports/ action movie and Creed encompasses both of them. It is a spin off the traditional Rocky movies but I feel like this one in particular held its own. The quote I chose was "This guy right here, is going to be the toughest guy you face." As the trainer Rocky Balboa is telling Adonis this he is pointing in the mirror right in front of him. I believe that line had to do with a big part in the movie as well as in life. In the movie he was trying to get Adonis to realize he should not fear his opponent because what truly dictates the fight is going to be how he personally trains and reacts to situations. It is really a mental test on how bad he wants it and if he is willing to go the extra mile so that he controls whats is going on. In life I think quote also holds a big significance. This is because in life you'll have people challenge you and things you'll have to go through but the toughest thing you'll have to face is yourself and how mentally, physically, and emotionally, stable you are.
Without a doubt this has to be my favorite episode of Rick and Morty. In the episode Rick says "Uncertainty is inherently unsustainable", which has to be the truest thing ever. When you think of uncertainty you think of the possibility of something not going to plan or having a doubt about a situation. But Rick flips it around and says that it is, inherently unsustainable meaning you will know eventually. What I take from it is no matter how unsure you are about something you will always get your answer. In the world we live in everything is either or isn't yet. What I mean buy this is it has a conclusion if I doesn't it will one day.