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The Ricklantis Mixup 

Whilst Rick and Morty go off to adventure in Atlantis, we take a look at how the Citadel has rebuilt itself since both Rick and Morty visited.

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Dominic Polcino, Wesley Archer (as Wes Archer)
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Justin Roiland ... Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith / Evil Morty / Additional Voices (voice)
Chris Parnell ... Jerry Smith (voice) (credit only)
Spencer Grammer ... Summer Smith (voice) (credit only)
Sarah Chalke ... Young Beth (voice)
Jeff Bryan Davis ... Simple Rick's Narrator (voice) (as Jeff B. Davis)
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Storyline

As Rick & Morty go to Atlantis, we take a peek into what is going on in the Citadel of Ricks. Election time is happening while the Citadel is being rebuilt. Ricks are running for the office of the president, as is one Morty. We take a ride through Morty Town to see the Morty's without Ricks. As corruption is rampant and Ricks are factory workers as well as blue collar. We are treated to the dark Morty's & Ricks at The Citadel of Ricks. Written by Movie Dude

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10 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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The Ricklantis Mixup See more »

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Trivia

The main story is modeled after Training Day (2001), while the subplot is modeled after Stand by Me (1986). See more »

Goofs

Although the show is not necessarily consistent generally, there is one big inconsistency in this episode, which can be deemed as a goof on this particular occasion because of its scope. Most Ricks in the citadel commute by public transportation to mundane jobs. Although the show emphasized The Rick is different from other Ricks many times, still all the other Ricks are smartest men in their universes. Therefore it is not in any Rick's character to commute to a mundane job. Furthermore, it should be extremely easy for Ricks to invent all sorts of servants for any kind of petty jobs. See more »

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Simple Rick's Narrator: [Warm, comforting country guitar plays] 60 iterations of the central finite curve, there's a Rick that works more with wood, than with polarity plating. His name is Simple Rick, but he's no dumby. He realized long ago that the greatest thing he'd ever create was his daughter.
Young Beth: [Excited by the handmade gift Simple Rick gave her, she jumps up and down for his camera, smiling and giggling] I love Daddy!
Simple Rick's Narrator: We captured that moment.
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References Repo Man (1984) See more »

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For the Damaged Coda
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Written by Blonde Redhead
Performed by Blonde Redhead
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Easily the Best
10 September 2017 | by muhammadmohsin9See all my reviews

One of my friends once said he wanted to know what kind of weed do you have to smoke to come up with such brilliance. This episode reminded me of exactly what genius the writers are capable of.

The episode is full of drama, crime, hope and despair. But somehow layered in all that intellectual plot, there is humor.

Every fan of the series is in for a big surprise as far as this episode is concerned. Best so far this season.


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