Whilst Rick and Morty go off to adventure in Atlantis we take a look at how the Citadel has rebuilt itself since both Rick and Morty visited.

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Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith / Evil Morty / Additional Voices (voice)
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Jerry Smith (voice) (credit only)
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Summer Smith (voice) (credit only)
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Young Beth (voice)
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As Rick & Morty go to Atlantis, we take a peek into what is going on in the Citadel of Ricks. Election time is happening while the Citadel is being rebuilt. Ricks are running for the office of the president, as is one Morty. We take a ride through Morty Town to see the Morty's without Ricks. As corruption is rampant and Ricks are factory workers as well as blue collar. We are treated to the dark Morty's & Ricks at The Citadel of Ricks. Written by Movie Dude

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10 September 2017 (USA)  »

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As of 15 September 2017, this is the highest rated episode in the series at 9.9. See more »

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Rick Sanchez C-137: Alright Morty, ready to go on our adventure to the lost city of Atlantis?
Morty Smith C-137: Ready as I'll ever be Rick!
Rick Sanchez C-137: [a portal opens behind Rick and Morty C-137, as another pair of Rick and Morty walk through] Aw, for fuck's sake.
Rick Sanchez K-22: [Cheerily] Hello. I'm Rick K-22, and this is my Morty. We're going from reality to reality asking Ricks to contribute to the Citadel of Ricks redevelopment fund.
Rick Sanchez C-137: What are you, stupid? We're done with the Citadel of Ricks. I was never on board with it in the first place. That's why I ...
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References Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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In the City
Written by Barry De Vorzon, Joe Walsh
Performed by The Eagles
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Getting darker
11 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

A relatively comedy-light episode (though still more than a few funny moments) full of drama, existential philosophy, social commentary and pure utter brilliance. The writers managed to achieve in this 22 minute episode more than most shows can do in an hour, without feeling rushed. Not to mention the brilliant Justin Roiland's solo performance, as he voiced every character in this episode. This really is television at its best.


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