Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind 

Rick, falsly blamed for Murder by the council of Ricks, begins a cross-dimensional persuit with the authorities, attempting to prove his innocence all the while.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith / Evil Rick / Evil Morty / Doofus Rick / Council of Ricks / Additional Voices (voice)
Jerry Smith (voice)
Summer Smith (voice)
Beth Smith (voice)
Pizza #1 / Phone #1 / Chair #1 (voice)
Ryan Ridley ...
Pizza #2 / Phone #2 / Chair #2 / Chair Waiter (voice)


Rick, falsly blamed for Murder by the council of Ricks, begins a cross-dimensional persuit with the authorities, attempting to prove his innocence all the while.

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Evil Rick says that the laughing is just a noise the creature makes every 10 seconds. Between Rick's Neverland Ranch joke and his Mumford and Sons joke, which the creature laughs at both, exactly ten seconds pass. See more »


Rick: Rick: The Machine of Unspeakable Doom will swap your conscious and unconscious minds, rendering your fantasies pointless while everything you've known becomes impossible to grasp. Also, every 10 seconds it stabs your balls.
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References Gravity Falls: Society of the Blind Eye (2014) See more »


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Clever, Witty and Darker than a Black Hole!
23 March 2016 | by (Cardiff) – See all my reviews

When I first delved into the land of Rick and Morty, I was dubious whether it was for me, but the sophisticated concepts of crossing dimensions and Rick's ingenious, yet worrying plans have hooked me permanently - and this episode was the icing on this delicious cake. It starts with a bang, remains consistently hilarious and mad, and then ends with quite a dark twist.

The most fascinating thing about this series is how much improvisation occurs amongst the actors. The script seems generally quite natural, which makes the jokes even more believable. What this episode introduces us to is a world (or dimension) where all Ricks and Mortys are cooperating and cohabiting. Its initially light-hearted and riddled with clever quips, but you soon realise the seriousness behind this concept of how each Rick has a Morty and each Morty has a Rick, and it is the basis for the entire episode.

Also included is Jerry's new relationship with "the Odd Rick out", which helps to reinforce how quick we are to assume Rick's personality, because he's so straightforward and hard-hitting in everything that he does and everything that he says. This is also a diversion to the final reveal, which I don't think many people will expect.

All in all, this is the highlight of a very original first season of Rick and Morty, one where our judgmental and discriminatory minds are put to the test. Watch and learn as they say.

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