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.
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.
Jerry is faced with the difficult decision of losing his manhood in order to save an alien leader from imminent death. Meanwhile, Rick, Morty and Summer explore the possibilities of interdimensional television.
Rick joins in on some hijinks by transferring his consciousness into teenage “Tiny Rick”. Beth and Jerry sort out their relationship.
Rick is having trouble with his car and they have to fix it by traveling to the microverse.
Rick and Morty must aid Earth after a giant head disrupts the planet, demanding to see a hit song performed.
The Smith house is locked down after parasites threaten to take over the world by multiplying through flashbacks.
Rick, Morty, and Summer come across an ex-lover of Rick’s who happens to be a hive-mind alien named Unity. Chaos ensues and Rick begins to party. Meanwhile, Jerry and Beth find an underground lair of Rick’s and fight over whether or not he should be allowed to stay with them any longer.
Rick and Morty try to save a gas life form while Jerry resides in a daycare made for Jerrys.
Having restarted time, Rick, Morty and Summer are in a quantum-uncertain state of existence. An argument between Morty and Summer leads to the creation of two alternate time-lines, which need to be stitched back together fast if the three/six of them are escape quantum collapse. Will Rick manage to pull Schroedinger’s cat out of the…