Rick and Morty (2013– )
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The Rickshank Rickdemption 

Rick, still in galactic prison, puts an intricate escape plan into action. Back on Earth, which is now under federation control, Morty and Summer have an argument about their grandpa.


(as Juan Meza-León), (as Wes Archer)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Jerry Smith (voice)
Summer Smith (voice)
Beth Smith (voice)
Phoenixperson / McDonalds Employee (voice)
Mr. Goldenfold / Federation Personnel (voice)
Conroy / Federation Admiral / Additional Voices (voice)
Federation President / Gromflomite Engineer / Additional Voices (voice)
Gromflomite Commander / Gromflomite Soldier / Additional Voices (voice)
Tammy Gueterman (voice)
Diane Sanchez / Additional Voices (voice)


Rick has been captured by The Galactive Federation and is being "brainaliized" Earth C137 is now controlled by The Galactic Federation and is paying everyone in pills. Summer and Morty dig up Rick buried in the backyard to grab the portal gun to search for Rick. Now Summer and Morty have been apprehended by The Council of Ricks. Will Rick from Earth C137 make it in time to free them from the "Ricks"? Why is Rick carrying the brainaliizer? Written by stephen scialli

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When Summer and Morty arrive at the Citadel of Ricks, two Morty's can be seen in the background that closely resemble Mabel and Dipper from Gravity Falls, a second nod from show creator Justin Roiland to close friend Alex Hirsch (the first being in S1E9 Close Encounters of the Rick Kind). See more »


Rick Sanchez: Not so fast, Morty. You heard your mom. We've got adventures to go on, Morty - just you and me - and sometimes your sister and sometimes your mom, but never your dad. You want to know why, Morty? Because he crossed me.
Morty Smith: Okay, take it easy, Rick. T-T-That's dark.
Rick Sanchez: Oh, it gets darker, Morty. Welcome to the darkest year of our adventures. First thing that's different - no more Dad, Morty.
Morty Smith: Oh, geez.
Rick Sanchez: He threatened to turn me in to the government, so I made him and the government go away. I've replaced...
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References Dune (1984) See more »


Rick and Morty Theme
Written by Ryan Elder
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Remember when Bobby came back to life in Dallas?
2 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Yeah, it's better than that. For the initiated, it'll probably only take a couple of replays to see all the interwoven parts and plot-lines untangle and then re-tangle themselves, in a demonstration of how to truly reset a show... or DID they?

I guess we'll have to wait until later this year for the next episode, which is the only thing that sucks about this mind-bending premiere. As there isn't a means of scoring something 11, this is a 10. A twisted, kaleidoscopic, demented, wonderful 10. Did I mention Mulan sauce? Thought so.

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