Rick and Morty (2013– )
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The Wedding Squanchers 

The Smith family is invited to the wedding of Rick's best friend, Birdperson. Things go south when it's discovered that the bride isn't who she says she is.

Directors:

Wesley Archer (as Wes Archer), Pete Michels

Writers:

Justin Roiland (created by), Dan Harmon (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Justin Roiland ... Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith / Mr. Poopybutthole / Additional Voices (voice)
Chris Parnell ... Jerry Smith (voice)
Spencer Grammer ... Summer Smith (voice)
Sarah Chalke ... Beth Smith (voice)
James Callis ... Pat Gueterman / Courier Flaps (voice)
Tricia Helfer ... Donna Gueterman / Federation Robot (voice)
Arin Hanson ... Photography Cyborgs (voice)
Dan Harmon ... Birdperson / Wedding Singer / Screaming Sun (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Squanchy / Bartender / Customs Gromflomite / Alien Inmate / Pizza Deliveryman (voice)
Nolan North ... Alien News Anchorman / Agent Gribbles / Federation Soldier (voice)
Cassie Steele ... Tammy Gueterman (voice)
Kari Wahlgren ... Rick's Computer / Alien News Anchorwoman (voice)
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The Smith family is invited to the wedding of Rick's best friend, Birdperson. Things go south when it's discovered that the bride isn't who she says she is.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?

Trivia

An alien resembling Q-Bert can be seen in the background when Beth is talking to Birdperson. See more »

Goofs

The planet which Rick and family finally decides to stay is too small to have a strong enough gravity to hold them to the surface, however it may have a higher mass which would account for the increased gravity in relation to it's size. See more »

Quotes

Birdperson: [Speaking to Beth] The road your father and I walked together is soaked deeply with the blood of both friends and enemies.
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Crazy Credits

At the end of the credits Mr. Poopybutthole appears and rhetorically asks the audience how Rick is going to get out of prison. He tells us to tune into season three in a year and a half or longer. See more »

Connections

References Braveheart (1995) See more »

Soundtracks

Hurt
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Written by Trent Reznor
Performed by Nine Inch Nails
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Season 2: Darker, funnier, yet not as consistent as Season 1.
6 November 2016 | by kedarbayley01See all my reviews

Wow. Much like with Season 1, I was extremely apprehensive going into Rick and Morty's second season. It's tough for a show to live up to your expectations, especially after having them raised by such a strong first season.

Season 2 of Rick and Morty proved to be darker, funnier, and overall an improvement on Season 1. If it weren't for the show's only disappointing episode thus far (Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate), the second season of Rick and Morty had the potential to be perfect.

Despite Season 1 being more consistent overall, Season 2 featured some the greatest episodes we've ever seen on the show. I consider 'A Rickle in Time', 'Auto Erotic Assimilation', 'Total Rickall' and 'The Wedding Squanchers' to not only be some of my favourite episodes on any animated show ever, but also some of my favourite episodes on ANY show ever.

Much like Season 1, Rick and Morty still provides plenty of laughs and gags, yet the characters, much like the show, have matured, giving the show an overall darker feel. Looking back on Season 2, it's clear Harmon and Roiland were intent on developing Rick and furthering his character study. He has has come a long way from being the heartless drunk we perceived him to be during Season 1. If you thought the ending to Rick's Potion #9 was dark, 'Auto Erotic Assmilation' features one of the most heartbreaking sequences I've seen on TV in a long time. Season 2 showed us a whole new side of Rick, from 'A Rickle in Time' to the finale's heartbreaking cliffhanger, 'Rick and Morty' continues to amaze its fans by playing with their emotions in the most unexpected ways.

Powerful, emotional, and an overall brilliant season that cements Rick and Morty's position as one of the greatest shows on TV.

10/10.

Favourite Episode(s): A Rickle In Time, Auto Erotic Assimilation, Total Rickall + The Wedding Squanchers.


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