Rick and Morty

  • Title: Rick and Morty – Rattlestar Ricklactica
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Rick and Morty - Rattlestar Ricklactica television review

“Rattlestar Ricklactica” dials up the crazy when events to fix something go horribly wrong. In the main story, Morty (Justin Roiland) is bitten by a space snake when ignoring his grandfather’s orders to stay in the car. Realizing the snake astronaut’s death will have repurcussions on a world of snakes (that produces some pretty good Snake Jazz) leads Morty to dress up an Earth snake and return him to the planet starting a series of events leading to time traveling snakes, snake Terminators, and all kinds of carnage. The episode’s B-story centers around Jerry getting into trouble when Rick (Roiland) decides to help by decreasing Jerry‘s (Chris Parnell) mass so he can put up Christmas lights without killing himself. The result? Jerry almost kills himself.

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  • Title: Rick and Morty – One Crew Over the Crewcoo’s Morty
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Heists are the the theme of “One Crew Over the Crewcoo’s Morty” in what starts out as a Morty (Justin Roiland) adventure where he and Rick (Roiland) rob a tomb only to find out that a they have been beaten by a heist artist known as Miles Knightly. Rick’s bruised ego leads to a trip to HeistCon, putting a crew together, mind-control on an epic scale, the destruction of HeistCon, putting more crews together, robots who take Rick’s programming way too literally, and the destruction of an entire planet. Oh, and the destruction of Morty’s dreams.

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  • Title: Rick and Morty – The Old Man and the Seat
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Rick and Morty - The Old Man and the Seat television review

“The Old Man and the Seat” is an odd episode that puts the fate of the world in the hands of Morty (Justin Roiland) and Jerry (Chris Parnell) while Rick (Roiland) becomes obsessed with finding and taking revenge on the person who used his private toilet. The episode obviously gets its name from Rick’s storyline which, one could argue, is one of the few times that we’ve seen Rick actually defeated as he is unable to unleash his full fury on his adversary. In the other story, it’s no surprise that Jerry’s shortsightedness once again almost brings an end to the world when he ignores Rick and decides to make an app with Rick’s new intern that causes everyone on Earth to question their life choices by finding their one true love (of the moment). Summer (Spencer Grammer), of course, takes to this instantly. Offering a nice dig on dating apps and algorithms, the storyline isn’t quite as memorable and Rick’s hate-filled obsession (even if it does all boil down to a single poop joke).

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  • Title: Rick and Morty – Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat
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Rick and Morty - Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat TV review

Things get pretty messed up the the season premiere of Rick and Morty as the pair’s adventure to retrieve death crystals leaves Rick (Justin Roiland) dead and Morty (Roiland) following the path of the crystal to a death he believes will involve growing old with Jessica (Kari Wahlgren). Meanwhile, after Mortry refuses to listen to Holograph Rick and clone his grandfather, back-up clones of Rick pop-up in other dimensions. “Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat” has fun with the running gag of continually rebooting Rick in various forms, but nearly all of them being fascist realities (with the last, non-fascist reality, being somehow even more terrifying). Meanwhile, Morty takes things a bit too far (killing dozens and even ignoring a tempting offer from Jessica) in order to pursue his elusive best death.

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Here’s our first look at the upcoming Fourth Season of Rick and Morty

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