A sociopathic scientist drags his innocent grandson on dangerous inter-dimensional adventures.

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Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith / Greebybobe / Green Alien / Blob Alien (voice)
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Jerry Smith (voice)
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Summer Smith (voice)
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Beth Smith (voice)
Eric Bauza ...
Customs Gromflomite / Glen the Gromflomite (voice)
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Davin / Red Alien / Gromflomite Guard (voice)
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Principal Vagina (voice)
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Mr. Goldenfold (voice)
Ryan Ridley ...
Frank Palicky / Tom (voice)
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Jessica / Rick's Computer / Customs Announcement (voice)
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A sociopathic scientist drags his innocent grandson on dangerous inter-dimensional adventures.

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2 December 2013 (USA)  »

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While Rick and Morty are waiting to get through customs, there is a yellow alien in front of them which resembles a Ferengi, first seen in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987). See more »

Quotes

Rick: I'm sorry, Morty. It's a bummer. In reality, you're as dumb as they come. But I needed those seeds real bad and I had to give 'em up just to get your parents off my back. So now we're gonna have to go get more. And then we're gonna go on even more adventures after that, Morty. And you're gonna keep your mouth shut about 'em, Morty. Because the world is full of idiots that don't understand what's important. And they'll tear us apart, Morty. But if you stick with me, I'm gonna accomplish great ...
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Spoofs Airplane! (1980) See more »

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Surprisingly one of the weaker episodes.
25 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The pilot is mostly built on shock value. I think that's good, because it pushes away viewers who are uncomfortable with it's humour away right away instead of drawing them in and then catching them by surprise. These parts were actually the best parts of the episode; they felt freshest because they are doing things other shows would never. But, the episode is very much focused on introducing the characters and style, so it feels constricted in how much it can do. However, rest assured, the show explores all the themes presented in the pilot to a higher degree (except for Rick's alcoholism; that still hasn't gotten any worse than the opening scene).


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