Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Morty discovers a race of intelligent "Space Snakes", after suffering a potentially lethal bite. Jerry attempts to prove that he isn't completely incompetent.

Directors:

Wesley Archer (as Wes Archer), Jacob Hair

Writers:

Justin Roiland (created by), Dan Harmon (created by) | 6 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Justin Roiland ... Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith (voice)
Chris Parnell ... Jerry Smith (voice)
Spencer Grammer ... Summer Smith (voice)
Sarah Chalke ... Beth Smith (voice)
Keegan-Michael Key ... (voice) (as Keegan Michael Key)
Eddie Pepitone ... Tricia Lange (voice)
Dan Harmon ... (voice)
Phil LaMarr ... (voice)
Aislinn Paul ... Nancy (voice)
Nick Reczynski Nick Reczynski ... (voice)
Cassie Steele ... (voice)
Kari Wahlgren ... (voice)
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Morty discovers a race of intelligent "Space Snakes", after suffering a potentially lethal bite. Jerry attempts to prove that he isn't completely incompetent.

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15 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

It's mentioned that Rick once trapped Jerry in painting. This is similar to the plot of a quest A Brush With Death featured in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. See more »

Goofs

When Rick makes Jerry lighter than air he states that it will last for 10 hours. Jerry immediately asks Siri to make a timer for 9h50m. When the timer runs out Jerry instantly stops being lighter than air. This should in reality be happening 10 minutes after the timer runs out. See more »

Quotes

Jerry Smith: [screaming defiantly] I am the Jesus Christ of Christmas!
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References Arrival (2016) See more »

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Surprising return to form for Rick and Morty antics
16 December 2019 | by mechasharkSee all my reviews

A return to the classic R+M feel with a parody of 80s time travel flicks. It leaves out the complicated nature of paradoxes, etc., which I think they outdid themselves with in the season 2 premier; I forgive them for being lazy this time, though it does lose coherency in the final act. It's so over the top this time (even for R+M standards) that it really doesn't matter. There are a lot of funny moments throughout the whole episode, whereas previous episodes of S4 have a gag or two that are amusing.

Only item still missing is anything 'deep'. While S1 and S2 were just as over the top with zany stories, there was still a lot of character drama. Seems like they believe they've run out of stuff to do there, or are avoiding it, as it's been mostly absent this season (and it's half-way over). That's what separated R+M from the other cartoon schlock, even outside of the exaggerated, shroom-like sci-fi themes.

We'll see if it continues. I railed on episode 4 pretty hard, so had to do my due diligence in voicing the things that went well.


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