Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Raising Gazorpazorp 

Morty becomes a father to an alien baby, while Rick and Summer get trapped in a dangerous dimension.

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
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Jerry Smith (voice)
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Summer Smith (voice)
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Beth Smith / Gazorpian (voice)
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Ma-Sha (voice)
Richard Christy ...
Zardoz Head / Teenager Morty Jr. (voice)
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Gazorpian (voice)
Megan Elizabeth Adams ...
Criminal #2 / Assembly Line Worker (voice) (as Megan Adams)
Jackie Buscarino ...
Criminal #1 (voice)
Will Jennings ...
Child Morty Jr. (voice)
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Pawnshop Clerk (voice)
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Brad Anderson / Adult Morty Jr. (voice)
Finnegan Perry ...
Baby Morty Jr. (voice)
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Gazorpian Judge (voice)
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Morty becomes a father to an alien baby, while Rick and Summer get trapped in a dangerous dimension.

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10 March 2014 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The giant stone head that rains sex robots is a reference to the cult science fiction show "Zardoz" (1974) starring Sean Connery and written and directed by John Boorman. See more »

Quotes

Jerry: And it was born on America soil which entities it to...
Beth: [Interrupting] Jerry majoring in Civics was your mistake, don't punish us for it.
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References Pitch Black (2000) See more »

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The first Rick and Summer adventure
14 September 2017 | by (Hungary) – See all my reviews

The first Rick and Summer adventure, and this is considered to be the "second worst" episode? OK then. Beside showing the standards of the series for being the second lowest rated part with an 8,2 average, I can't help the feeling that this one was downvoted for the seemingly misogynist jokes. However, as with nearly every episodes, this one also touches serious issues under the surface. Gender roles, teen pregnancy, taking the responsibility and what role model you give for your kids, and that men and women are equally needed to form a healthy society. Beside, the episode is full of with hilarious moments, as usual, and you can bear witness to the very first Summer+Rick adventure throughout the series.


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