Rick and Morty – Mortyplicity

by Alan Rapp on July 7, 2021

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Rick and Morty – Mortyplicity
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Rick and Morty - Mortyplicity television review

“Mortyplicity” is more of a bit taken to an absurd extreme than a fully fleshed-out story. The story stems from the fact that Rick (Justin Roiland) has cloned duplicates of the family to act as decoys for his enemies. However, believing themselves to be the real family, those clones have begun making clones of their own and attacking each other in a vicious loop to prove who is the “real” family. “Mortyplicity” certainly racks up the carnage as we see various families killed over, and over, and over again along with some odd style clones (including one set that appears to be wooden and clockwork). The fact the President doesn’t care about the deaths of Rick and Morty (Roiland) is a nice callback to his problems with the pair in previous episodes. The reveal that the “real” family is actually nowhere to be found during the carnage is confirmed in the epilogue.

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