Rick is having trouble with his car and they have to fix it by traveling to the microverse.
Summer: Oh, my God. Oh, God. What are we going to do now?
Rick’s Computer: I am unable to destroy this army. To clarify, I am quite able to destroy this army, but you will not permit it.
Rick’s Computer: You also refuse to authorize emotional countermeasures.
Summer: If you’re talking about the melting ghost babies, yes, please, no more of that.
Rick’s Computer: Confirmed. I am currently constructing a security measure in compliance with your parameters, but I do want to say, you are not making this easy.
Summer: You know you’re kind of a dick, right?
Rick’s Computer: My function is to “keep Summer safe”, not “keep Summer being, like, totally stoked about, like, the general vibe, and stuff”. That’s you, that’s how you talk.
Rick’s Computer: All of you have loved ones. All can be returned. All can be taken away. Please step away from the vehicle. Keep Summer safe.
Morty: What’s wrong Rick? Is it the quantum carburetor or something?
Rick: Quantum carburetor? Jesus Morty, you can’t just add a sci-fi word to a car word and hope it means something. Looks like something’s wrong with the micro-verse battery.
- The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980)
Title spoofs this movie’s title