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Here’s Your Chance to Be Drawn Into ‘Rick and Morty’

And support a worthy cause while you're at it.

Rick and Morty returns to television in November, but the creators are already hard at work casting a very special new character. The role is person in background, and you (or your kid) could win the role.

All you have to do is buy contest entries through this page on Prizeo. You can donate as little as $10, but the more you give the more chances you have to win. If your name is drawn, you win the grand prize.

That includes airfare to and hotel accommodations in Los Angeles for you and a friend, a tour of the Rick and Morty production offices, a bunch of merchandise, and a chance to meet Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, the creators of the show. But by far the best part of the prize package is the chance to be drawn as a background character in a future episode of the show.

Those who donate $25 or more will receive additional rewards automatically, from an e-card to Funko Pop! figurines to a Pickle Rick Plush that’s sure to give your kid nightmares.

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The contest runs until October 1 at 12 Pacific time, so you have all summer to enter.

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The other good news: your money will support two worthy causes. NEXT for AUTISM creates and supports educational, clinical, and vocational programs that meet the needs of people with autism. The Bergen County United Way, through its Prevail NJ program, is opening Onward, its first home in northern New Jersey exclusively for adults with autism.

So even if you aren’t drawn into any of the infinite number of the realities featured on the show, your money isn’t going to waste. And hey, maybe you’ll make it into an episode of a different animated series one day. Stranger things have happened, after all.