Beth and Jerry head for an iceberg of a date leaving Rick in charge. Morty doesn't get to go on any more adventures if the house isn't in the same condition when they get back.

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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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Ship Captain / Abradolph Lincler (voice)
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Nancy (voice)
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Tammy (voice)
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Gear Head (voice)
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Lucy (voice)
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Birdperson (voice)
Lauren Hillman ...
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Brad / First Mate (voice)
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Tour Guide / Squanchy (voice)
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Slow Mobius / 'Party!' Boy (voice)
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Jessica / Girl (voice)
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Beth and Jerry head for an iceberg of a date leaving Rick in charge. Morty doesn't get to go on any more adventures if the house isn't in the same condition when they get back.

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14 April 2014 (USA)  »

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The Gear Wars is a reference to the video game franchise Gears Of War See more »

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Tammy: I love watching bukkake. I mean, like, I don't know if I would personally ever do it.
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References Risky Business (1983) See more »

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Shake That Ass Bitch
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Written and Performed by Splack Pack
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End of Season 1!
9 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought I had seen every episode of "Rick And Morty" but this was one that went over my radar. While I personally didn't find it to be one of the best episodes, it's still awesome. It's probably because I just love the idea of Morty's parents going on a cruise that re-enacts the Titanic, only for disaster to strike, when disaster literally doesn't strike. While that's a little anti-climatic, it's still a great joke and it's mostly done well. Of course, the parts with Rick, Morty, and Summer are much better. It's a lot of fun to see these bright colorful aliens appear at their party.

I just love seeing these wacky designs of the aliens and how they all look different. I guess they probably could have done more with Lincler, but it's still a great concept. You always have to look after the credits for more stuff! There actually are some genuinely heartwarming moments at the end when they're all working together. I love how they flat out mention this is the end of the first season and it even directly leads up to Season 2. This really is a show with continuity, which can work well for comedy. ***1/2


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