Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Rick Potion #9 

After Rick gives Morty a Love-potion for prom, things quickly spiral out of control when the Serum splices with the Flu - causing it to spread. Rick and Morty scramble to cure the crisis, making matters worse in the process.

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Jerry Smith (voice)
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Summer Smith (voice)
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Beth Smith (voice)
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Jessica's Friend / Pregnant Girl on TV / Pregnant Girl on TV's Friend (voice) (as Reagan Gomez)
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Mr. Goldenfold (voice)
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Brad (voice)
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Jessica / Newscaster (voice)
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After Rick gives Morty a Love-potion for prom, things quickly spiral out of control when the Serum splices with the Flu - causing it to spread. Rick and Morty scramble to cure the crisis, making matters worse in the process.

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Trivia

Co-creator Dan Harmon can be heard voicing the Flu Hating Rapper in this episode. See more »

Goofs

Near the beginning, Rick puts ice in his glass. Once he begins to pour in the orange drink, the ice is missing. See more »

Quotes

Davin: Beth?
Beth: What is it, Davin?
Davin: Just once, I'd like to know...
[sneezes]
Davin: ... w-w-what it was like to give your son a bath.
Beth: *What?*
Davin: What does Morty's skin smell like? How soft...
[grunts]
Davin: How soft are his privates?
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References Game of Thrones (2011) See more »

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Look on Down from the Bridge
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Music by David Roback
Lyrics by Hope Sandoval
Performed by Mazzy Star
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The first step to self destruction
25 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode started all the major problems with this show. Before this episode the show seemed to be in the right direction.

Some episodes earlier Morty has had enough of Rick's adventures, so they let Morty be the leader of one adventure. It didn't go well, Morty was even almost raped by King Jellybean. Then Rick made Morty feel better and killed the king. It seemed that the crew wanted Rick to get nicer and Morty to get stronger, but it didn't. Instead what did it do? It made Rick and Morty destroy their dimension and replace it with another one. They buried their dead alternate selves in order to take their places. What Rick did is unforgivable, and Morty just accepted it! WTF?! I get it that this is an adult cartoon, but it doesn't mean that it has to be this dark. Family Guy is not this mean spirited!

We don't know for sure if c137 is really our Rick's or/and Morty's original dimension. Wouldn't the show be more mysterious if we didn't know that Rick is willing to change his dimension? It's not a good idea to give away such information in the first season.


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