Rick and Morty continue to press The President for a selfie while he grows more annoyed with Rick and Morty’s antics and lack of respect for him.
Rick takes Beth back to her old magical world called “Froopyland” to search for a long lost boy named Tommy.
Rick shows Morty a whole room of memories that have been erased over the years and the flashbacks ensue.
The Citadel of Ricks is explored and we get a real-life look into every day of the life of Rick and Mortys on the Citadel of Ricks.
Rick and Morty have become exhausted with adventures and need a vacation. Rick knows the perfect spa to go to; the only problem is the detoxification process may have been a little too much.
It’s a Rick and Jerry episode! Morty has begun to worry about his Dad following the divorce so Rick decides to take Jerry out on an adventure.
Rick and Morty join forces with the Vindicators to help stop the villain Worldender from…that’s right, end worlds. However, Rick and Morty find out they were left out of the previous Vindicator mission. Morty is very distraught by this news while Rick doesn’t care and decides to go out for a drink. The story takes…
After getting into trouble at school, Principal Vagina suggests the family go to therapy as a group. Rick surprises the family by turning himself into a pickle while the rest of the family continues to deal with the aftermath of Beth and Jerry’s divorce at therapy. The episode also addresses the concern of people who…
Rick, Summer, and Morty are grappling with the recent divorce of Jerry and Beth. To escape the dreaded awkwardness of their parents, Morty and Summer go on an adventure with Rick to collect some green glowing rocks. Oh yeah, and there’s death stalkers.
Rick, still in galactic prison, puts an intricate escape plan into action. Back on Earth, which is now under federation control, Morty and Summer have an argument about their grandpa.