Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Look Who's Purging Now 

Rick and Morty arrive on an alien planet to fix their ship just as the day of the purge begins there, Jerry and Summer work on their father-daughter relationship, but his lack of employment keeps coming up.

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Justin Roiland (created by), Dan Harmon (created by) | 7 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Justin Roiland ... Rick / Morty (voice)
Chris Parnell ... Jerry (voice)
Spencer Grammer ... Summer (voice)
Sarah Chalke ... Beth (voice)
Chelsea Kane ... Arthricia (voice)
William Holmes ... Vendor (voice)
Ryan Ridley ... Lighthouse Chief (voice)
Rob Schrab ... Town Resident (voice)
Kari Wahlgren ... Rick's Computer (voice)
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Rick and Morty arrive on an alien planet to fix their ship just as the day of the purge begins there, Jerry and Summer work on their father-daughter relationship, but his lack of employment keeps coming up.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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Look Who's Purging Now See more »

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Trivia

The scene where Morty critiques the Lighthouse Keeper's book, is an allusion to the Latin-American film, "The Motorcycle Diaries" where Gael Garcia Bernal's character critiques Dr. Hugo Pesce's novella. The Doctor and the Lighthouse Keeper's attire is very similar as well. See more »

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The Lighthouse-Keeper is writing a Screenplay for a Society that does not have television. See more »

Quotes

Jerry: What' you doing? Watching some tv, playing on your phone?
Summer: Is that a real question?
Jerry: Just making conversation.
Summer: Are you? What part of that gives me anything to work with? My choice is to: say nothing, be sarcastic, or bark "yes" like a trained animal. It's not a conversation; you're holding me verbally hostage.
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References Look Who's Talking Now (1993) See more »

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Rick and Morty Theme
Written by Ryan Elder
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Great as usual
6 August 2016 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

I thought I had seen every episode of this show and I'm fairly certain this is the one episode I haven't seen. What makes this great is how Rick and Morty find themselves in this situation even though they explicitly state they don't want to. It seems like they'll be able to easily defy the storyline but end up becoming a part of it. The action scenes are probably what make this the most interesting. I am so glad I got to see Rick and Morty in the armor I see in the intro. I don't know why this planet has a world full of cat people. I mean, there's really no reason for them to look like that.

I love when they break the fourth wall and mention the candy bar in the first act and how Morty's character has remained intact. Yeah, Morty will probably never get lucky. I like the satire with the bad writer, especially with, "Why don't we go back to three weeks ago when you're alive?!". Rick delivers the best lines and I love how he just zaps Morty to stop him. I had no idea those suits would come from that machine he sent for. My only complaint about this episode is that the subplot with Summer and Morty's dad doesn't really go anywhere. Still great. ***1/2


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