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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Flu Hatin' Rapper (voice)
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Principal Vagina / Newscaster / Davin (voice)
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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

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, then once he begins to pour in the orange drink the ice is missing. See more »

Quotes

Rick: I hate to break it to you, but what people call "love" is just a chemical reaction that compels animals to breed. It hits hard Morty then it slowly fades leaving you stranded in a failing marriage. I did it. Your parents are going to do it. Break the cycle Morty, rise above, focus on science.
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Featured in Supernatural: Love Hurts (2016) 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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WAKE UP! Rick and Morty's reputation as a show is at stake from this episode!
21 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is definitely the worst Rick and Morty episode and it's not for you if you don't want to get off on the wrong foot with Rick and Morty. I always liked Rick and Morty, until this episode. I can't spoil what happens at the end, but I can say that it leaves a lot of disturbing implications behind on the rest of the episode and makes the rest of it worse. There's also a lot of gratuitous violence and pedophilia/rape jokes that would never be funny on any show. This kind of episode is almost just as bad on Rick and Morty as it would be on other cartoons more kid-friendly than Rick and Morty, and I'm just lucky that they didn't get this episode, with the exception of Love Loaf from Breadwinners. Everyone in the world except for Morty's family wants to rape Morty and he's only a 14 year-old kid!

I don't care what kind of show Rick and Morty is, even this episode is past their limit! The plot is lined up with a lot of disturbing jokes and gross out that worked before because we had a decent story to fall back on. Very little of this episode's jokes were even funny to begin with. If you want Rick and Morty to be darker, fine. But I don't expect anyone to be this happy about it going this far again, broh.

I never expected such a great show to have such a monumental screw- up this early on in its run and have most people not see what a monumental screw-up that it is, broh. This is worse than anything from The Simpsons, which may have been where I heard the term monumental-screw up. Raising Gazorpazorp is almost as terrible as this episode, broh!


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