I've checked something off my bucket list that I am so excited about. If you listen to the Q Morning Show, you've heard me talk about my love of pinball. I've played the game ever since I was old enough to stand on a chair to reach the flipper buttons. As an adult I'm all in, playing in pinball tournaments across the country, hosting a podcast about pinball and I recently became the president of the New England Pinball League.

So you can imagine my excitement when I was approached by Spooky Pinball, the manufacturer of the new Rick and Morty pinball machine, to provide the voice of a narrator for part of the game. Of course I said yes, but had never seen an episode of Rick and Morty. I immediately binged all four seasons over a week and it took about six episodes to get the humor, but now I think it's brilliant.

Just like the show, the pinball machine has some very adult language specifically recorded by the voice of Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland. I even had a few lines of adult language myself.

I voice the narrator for a mode based on a episode featuring a virtual reality game called Roy: A Life Well Lived. In it you make decisions to make Roy's life the best it can be. In the Rick and Morty pinball machine, you pick those good and bad decisions based on shots you make.

I played the narrator who describes what happens to Roy as you make each decision. It was soooo much fun to do and so cool to hear my voice in the game. You can hear it for yourself on Adult Swim's website where the pinball was unveiled for the first time on Stupid Morning BS.

Here's some more gameplay from Spooky Pinball with a better angle of the game.

Thanks to Spooky Pinball for inviting me to be a part of this. I can't wait to play it!