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Rick and Morty Episode List

"Season 1"

"Pilot"

Rick moves in with his daughter's family and establishes himself as a bad influence on his grandson Morty when it is discovered that Morty has missed a semester of school in the time he's spent on adventures with Rick. Rick takes Morty to another dimension, known as Dimension 35-C, which has the perfect conditions for growing "Mega Trees", which Rick requires for his research. In order to get past intergalactic customs, Morty hides the Mega Tree seeds in his rectum, but when their cover is blown, Rick and Morty escape while engaging in a shootout with bureaucratic alien insects. Ultimately, the seeds are used to briefly make Morty highly intelligent, causing his parents to believe he is fine with his education. This, however, wastes the seeds' energy, so Rick informs Morty that they need to go back and get more, while their after effects leave Morty writhing on the floor.

"Lawnmower Dog"

Rick gives Jerry a device to train their dog, Snuffles. He and Morty then go into the dreams of Morty's math teacher to persuade him to give Morty good grades. They go from Morty's math teacher's dreams to Mrs. Pancake's dreams, to a centaur's dreams, and so on. This results in Morty finally getting good grades and Rick and Morty befriending Scary Terry (a parody of Freddy Krueger). Meanwhile, Snuffles builds an advanced mechanical suit and uses a translator to speak to humans. He and his robot dog army proceed to take over the human race, but are eventually convinced to go in another dimension and live their lives there instead. (Guest starring Rob Paulsen and Jess Harnell)

"Anatomy Park"

On Christmas, Rick sends Morty inside the body of a homeless man to save his life. Inside the man's body is a microscopic enclosure called "Anatomy Park" (a parody of Jurassic Park), which houses various deadly diseases that escape their pens. Meanwhile, Jerry's parents visit and the family attempts to bond without electronic devices. (Guest starring Dana Carvey and John Oliver)

"M. Night Shaym-Aliens!"

Rick, Morty and Jerry are held captive by aliens in a virtual reality in this M. Night Shyamalan style episode. Rick attempts escape multiple times, only to discover that there are multiple virtual realities encased in one another. However, despite system glitches, Jerry remains completely unaware while trying to sell his advertising slogan for apples. (Guest Starring David Cross)

"Meeseeks and Destroy"

Morty thinks Rick's adventures are too dangerous and so they make a deal that allows Morty to be in charge of an adventure, which leads them in to a "Jack and the Beanstalk" type scenario. At the same time, the rest of the family is having troubles with Rick's "Meeseeks Box", a cube that spawns helpful blue creatures called Meeseeks, who turn on Jerry after they are unable to help him with his golf game. (Guest starring Tom Kenny)

"Rick Potion #9"

A dance at Morty's high school prompts him to ask Rick if he can create a potion that will make Jessica attracted to him. The potion goes haywire if the person it's used on has the flu, and because Jessica is sick, the potion becomes airborne and causes nearly the whole population of Earth to fall for Morty. Rick fixes up an antidote made from mantis DNA, which transforms the love-stricken citizens into mutant mantises, and then into gruesome monstrosities (which Rick refers to as Cronenbergs). Meanwhile, Jerry believes his wife is cheating on him, and they soon get caught up in the outbreak. Ultimately, Rick and Morty escape into a parallel universe.

"Raising Gazorpazorp"

In a pawn shop in space, Rick buys Morty a sex robot. Soon after, the robot conceives Morty's child, who is half human half alien. Rick and Summer go to the sex robot's planet of origin, Gazorpazorp, to find better suited parents for Morty Jr. After discovering that the Gazorpazorpian females are the dominant gender on the planet, Rick and Summer discover that the males of this species mature in only days. Morty Jr's quick aging teaches Morty about parenting. (Guest starring Claudia Black and Virginia Hey)

"Rixty Minutes"

Rick hooked up the family's television to show programming from alternate realities. Meanwhile, after being given a viewer that shows the wearer alternate versions of themselves, Beth, Jerry and Summer contemplated their past decisions, as well as their current lives. This episode was released early by the network via 109 15-second videos on Instagram.[13]

"Something Ricked This Way Comes"

Summer's first job working for the devil goes awry when Rick sets up a competitive counter-business across the street. Meanwhile, Jerry and Morty are transported to Pluto due to Jerry's opinions on Pluto's planetary status. However, it is soon revealed that Pluto is shrinking due to corporate plutonium mining, and Jerry's opinions are being used to keep the citizens of Pluto in a perpetual state of confirmation bias. Jerry eventually realizes the truth and consequently he and Morty are deported back to Earth. Summer is betrayed by the devil, and she and Rick build muscle mass to get physical revenge.

"Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind"

When 27 Ricks in alternate dimensions end up murdered and their respective Mortys are kidnapped, the Trans-Dimensional Council of Ricks orders the arrest of Rick C137 (the show's original Rick) and accuses him of the crimes due to his refusal to participate in the affairs of the Council of Ricks. Angry that he was framed, Rick C137 escapes the Council with his Morty to go after the real culprit who set him up and find out why. Meanwhile C137's Morty begins to believe that he's nothing but a replaceable tool to protect his Rick and C137 Jerry begins to bond with Rick J19Z7, the "dumbest" Rick in all of reality.

"Ricksy Business"

Morty's parents leave to go on an overnight Titanic-themed getaway, where disaster strikes when the ship misses the iceberg and fails to sink. Things get worse when a deranged female janitor obsessed with the Titanic movie decides to kidnap and force Jerry at gunpoint to re-enact various scenes from the movie with her. At home, Summer decides to throw a party only to find out that Rick has decided to have his own party with numerous aliens, monsters and other trans-dimensional beings. The situation escalates when Abradolf Lincler (Rick's failed attempt at creating a perfect leader by combining Adolf Hitler's DNA with Abraham Lincoln's) crashes the party and later when Morty accidentally beams the entire house to another planet filled with disturbing testicle aliens who use humans as sex toys.


"Season 2"

"A Rickle in Time"

Six months after the events of "Ricksy Business", Rick, Morty, and Summer unfreeze time, but because the three of them were displaced from time for months, the kids' uncertainty about their relationship with Rick, causes time to break, splitting into two separate timelines in a decaying, Schrödinger's cat-filled dimension, that both does and does not exist. Meanwhile, Beth and Jerry go out for ice cream and end up hitting a deer. Jerry questions Beth's ability to save it, so they make their way to an animal hospital. Upon arriving it is revealed that the deer was shot by a hunter, just prior to being hit by the car, and the hunter is claiming it for his own. Beth is able to save the deer's life and release him, to the delight of a nearby Native American. Rick manages to sync his grandchildren with their counterparts, but he loses his sync when he attempts to remerge the timelines, causing another fracture that attracts the notice of an all-powerful, fourth-dimensional being. The being makes collars for the trio that re-merges the humans' timelines, but then attempts to arrest them as Rick's device was powered by a stolen crystal. Rick, Morty, and Summer break their collars, and use uncertainty to break time further, allowing Rick to beat up the being simultaneously across multiple timelines. Morty's collar's latch is broken so Rick sacrifices himself, and gives Morty his collar, as the dimension they are in is crumbling around them. Rick is in the process of accepting his fate, when he manages to find and fix Morty's collar, at the last second.

Post-Credit Scene: The being and his friend beat up Albert Einstein (whom they mistook for Rick) for messing with time. After they leave, Einstein swears revenge on the two beings and comes up with formula E=mc².

Guest starring: Keegan-Michael Key as 5th Dimension Testicle Monster #1, Jordan Peele 5th Dimension Testicle Monster #2 and Paul F. Tompkins as Hunter's Lawye

"Mortynight Run"

During a flying lesson, Rick and Morty realize that Jerry has stowed-away. After dropping Jerry off at an unregistered, cross-temporal daycare designed specifically for Jerrys, Rick sells an antimatter gun to Krombopulous Michael, an alien assassin. Rick reveals he sold the gun to afford an afternoon at a video arcade "Blips & Chitz", including a game called "Roy". Morty, upset by Rick's immoral decision, goes about stopping Krombopulous Michael from killing his target. After accidentally killing Krombopulous Michael with his poor spaceship flying ability, Morty is introduced to the assassin's target, who assumes the name "Fart". Morty insists on freeing Fart and helping him get back to the wormhole he came through to return him to his race. Government forces give chase, leading to a shoot out with lots of civilian casualties, and Rick arguing that none of these people would have died if Morty hadn't interfered with Krombopulous Michael. After returning Fart to the wormhole to his home planet, Fart reveals his plan to return with his race and "cure" all carbon based life forms from the universe. Morty is then forced to make a moral decision, and kills his friend using the antimatter gun. Meanwhile, Jerry socializes with many other Jerrys at the Jerry day care, before being picked up at the end of the day.

Post-Credit Scene: It's a promotional ad for "Blips & Chitz".

Guest starring: Andy Daly as Krombopulos Michael, Jemaine Clement as Fart

"Auto Erotic Assimilation"

Rick, Morty, and Summer follow a distress signal to a planet occupied by Unity, Rick's ex-lover, an organism that has assimilated all individuals on the planet and intends to do the same to the rest of the universe, through the use of its hive mind. During Rick's time there, the planet is visited by a second hive mind, Beta 7, who clearly has a crush on Unity. Summer finds it unethical, but changes her mind when several individuals regain their identities and start a race war. After being rescued, Morty and Summer return to Earth while Rick stays with Unity, but Unity decides to leave him for its own good. Meanwhile, Beth and Jerry find an underground room built by Rick in the garage, containing a slug-like creature chained to the wall. As they argue about Rick's motives for keeping the creature there, it breaks free and tells them that it is a murderous, baby-eating, disease-carrying monster, but has decided to leave Earth due to his irritation with Beth and Jerry's arguing. Rick later returns home apathetic, brings a small creature to life and then kills it, and unsuccessfully tries to kill himself with the same laser in the garage before passing out.

Post-Credit Scene: Rick attempts to contact Unity only to be blocked by Beta 7, telling him he is "classified as a hostile entity".

Guest starring: Christina Hendricks as Unity, Patton Oswalt as Beta 7

"Total Rickall"

While the family is eating breakfast, Rick kills an alien parasite who was posing as Jerry's brother Uncle Steve. Rick then warns the family that they might be infested with alien parasites, which are capable of creating and manipulating memories to convince their hosts that they have always been longtime acquaintances. To prevent the spread of the parasites, Rick locks down the entire house, behind security shutters. More and more parasites appear as different zany characters introduced during flashbacks (including but not limited to Sleepy Gary, the family butler Mr. Beauregard, Frankenstein's Monster, Pencilvester, Tinkles the Fairy Lamb, and the Reverse Giraffe) and try to convince Rick and the family to lift the lock-down. The parasites also begin sowing mistrust among the family that they might be the parasites. Most of the family is quickly swayed by the parasites, while Rick begins to question his own sense of reality. Finally, on his way to execute Rick as a believed parasite, Morty comes to the realization that while the parasites can manipulate memories, they can only create positive memories. The family is then able to confirm each other's existence, due to the various negative memories they have of each other, and begins killing all of the parasites of whom they are unable to recall negative memories. After which they have dinner and Beth, still believing him to be a parasite, shoots Mr. Poopy Butthole who is revealed to have been a real friend all along. Beth sneaks away, devastated by her mistake, and begins drinking.

Post-Credit Scene: It is revealed that Mr. Poopy Butthole survived the incident and is going through physical therapy when he turns away the visiting family, because he doesn't want to see them. He tells his physical therapist to apologize on his behalf for the family having no bad memories of him. Beth is still devastated at her mistake as Rick comforts her. Rick then closes out the scene with one of his catchphrases.

Guest starring: Keith David as Reverse Giraffe, Matt Walsh as Sleepy Gary

"Get Schwifty"

A massive alien head appears over the Earth, interfering with Earth's gravity and spawning several global disasters in the process. When the head exclaims, "Show me what you got," Rick travels to The Pentagon to inform the President of the United States that the alien head is a Cromulon, and it seeks a live performance of a catchy new song. Unfortunately, an earthquake hit the Grammy Awards presentation, killing all of Earth's most famous musicians, with the exception of Ice-T. In desperation, Rick and Morty compose and perform the song "Get Schwifty". The head is pleased and transports the entire Earth to an intergalactic musical competition, viewed by more Cromulons, where the losers' planets are obliterated. Rick and Morty team up with Ice-T to compose a new song, but Morty panics and steals Rick's portal device to save his family. Ice-T reveals himself to be a jaded alien and leaves Rick alone. Jerry, Beth, and Summer get involved with a religious cult whose beliefs are based on their coincidental and incorrect interpretation of the actions of the Cromulons. Morty gets lost and traverses several portal openings, eventually stumbling onto Bird Person's world. Bird Person encourages Morty to have faith in Rick and sends him back to Earth. The Cromulons disqualify Earth, but Ice-T returns and saves the planet from annihilation. Rick and Morty, back together again, perform a new hit song, satisfy the Cromulons, and win the contest. Meanwhile, the alien head cult quickly disbands after realizing it was all a musical reality show.

Post-Credit Scene: Ice-T returns to his home planet, Alphabetrium. His father rewards his heroic actions on Earth by lifting his exile and returning him to his true water form. When Alphabetrium is attacked by the Numbericons, "Water-T" rushes out to battle the invaders. The scene is then revealed to be an action movie promo.

Guest starring: Keith David as the President of the United States, Kurtwood Smith as General Nathan

"The Ricks Must Be Crazy"

While out exploring the multi-verse with Morty and Summer, Rick's car won't start, so he and Morty attempt to fix it by journeying into the battery. Rick leaves Summer alone in the car waiting for their return, instructing the car to "Keep Summer safe."

Inside the battery, Morty learns that it contains a miniature universe -- a "micro-verse" -- created by Rick, and inhabited by intelligent life, which Rick has provided with manual electricity generators. They happily direct the excess into a volcano, which powers Rick's car. Rick dismisses Morty's protest that enslaving a world is wrong. They learn that the power has been interrupted because the micro-verse world's smartest scientist, Zeep Xanflorp, has created a technology that makes the manual electricity generators obsolete: a battery exactly like Rick's, containing a "mini-verse." Zeep escorts Rick and Morty into the battery. Rick protests that enslaving a world is wrong, just as Morty did, and Zeep dismisses him, just as Rick did. Inside the mini-verse, they find a scientist who is working on his own miniature battery universe. When he realizes his efforts to create a "tiny-verse" are meaningless, he commits suicide, destroying Zeep's transporter and stranding Rick, Morty, and Zeep inside Zeep's battery.

In the main universe, a man approaches the car. Summer panics, and the car kills the man, gruesomely slicing him into many small pieces with a laser. Summer forbids the car from killing, so it paralyzes the next person to approach. When the police arrive and Summer forbids violence, the car manifests a duplicate of the dead son of one of the police officers, causing it to melt as he hugs it. Horrified, he and the police back up into a stand-off with the car. Summer forbids the car from psychologically damaging anyone, which the car complains is making its job of keeping her safe very difficult.

Rick and Zeep sabotage each others' attempts to escape the battery, while Morty, sick of their childish fighting, chooses to live with the native tree people. Morty, now leader of the tree people, forces Rick and Zeep to cooperate to get them out of the "mini-verse." Rick destroys Zeep's battery (killing countless inhabitants of the mini-verse) and races Zeep out of Rick's battery, at one point telling Morty that he injected him with nanobots that allow him to turn into a car, only to find a taxi before Morty gets the chance to transform. Rick and Morty escape the battery, trapping Zeep in it.

Back in the main universe, the car has negotiated a peace treaty between that multi-verse's human and telepathic spider populations as the only way to keep Summer safe. Rick confidently starts the car, blithely pointing out that Zeep knows that if the battery ever stops working, Rick will just destroy it and create another. The inhabitants of the micro-verse are now grimly aware of their enslavement, but will never rebel. Rick, Summer, and Morty, now able to drive to get ice cream, realize that Summer's peace negotiation has ruined it, with the inclusion of flies, for the telepathic spiders.

Post-Credit Scene: Morty is daydreaming in math class and suddenly turns into a red car.

Guest starring: Stephen Colbert as Zeep Xanflorp and Nathan Fielder as Suicidal Mini-Verse Alien.

"Big Trouble In Little Sanche"

At breakfast, Summer and Morty describe how a lunchlady at their school was found dead with two puncture wounds in their neck. After Rick casually says that it must be vampires, Summer suggests that Rick transform into a younger body and come to school to help deal with the threat. Rick is against the idea, and insults Summer. Jerry and Beth bicker, and Rick says they should either get counseling or a divorce. When they agree on counseling, Rick drops them off at the best marriage counselors in the universe, where they are connected to a machine that scans their brains and produces their vision of each other: Jerry's vision of Beth is a vaguely Alien-like monster, while Beth's vision of Jerry is a servile worm. The plan is for Beth and Jerry to see how their visions of each other interact (badly) and learn from it.

Rick changes his mind, and shows up at Morty and Summer's school in a teenage body, calling himself Tiny Rick. They dispatch the numerous vampires at school off-camera, but Tiny Rick has become popular and stays around, promoting Summer and Morty with their school mates, and throwing parties. However, while singing a song, creating art, and dancing a dance, Tiny Rick communicates that he is trapped in the teenage body, and will die if not returned to his older body. When Summer asks him about it, he is dismissive and wants to organize another party.

Beth and Jerry's visions of each other cooperate and escape, killing everyone they come across. The lead counselor is horrified that they are co-dependent and escapes, leaving Beth and Jerry behind. Jerry suggests hiding, while Beth goes to confront herself. The Beth creature captures Beth and secures her in the machine with a steel bar to generate more Jerry worms, so she will have an army. Jerry makes a somewhat-successful attempt to rescue Beth. While he is being subdued by Jerry worms, the Jerry's coming out of the machine get stronger and more capable, as Beth's impression of Jerry improves. The Beth creature gets involved and tears most of the new Jerry's apart. As Jerry and a strong Jerry struggle to free Beth from the machine, Beth complains that there's no way he can bend steel. He snaps back at her, and the strong Jerry yells at Jerry not to talk to Beth that way. Jerry gets an inspiration and puts the machine's helmet on the strong Jerry -- because the strong Jerry is Beth's ideal version of Jerry, he envisions an even more ideal vision of Beth: a glowing, angelic being that zaps the alien-Beth into goo, ending the conflict.

Summer gets Tiny Rick expelled, and at home she and Morty manage to return Rick to his old body. He then destroys multiple other clone bodies with an axe, calling the project a failure. Rick picks up Beth and Jerry without commenting on the obviously destroyed couple's retreat.

Post-Credit Scene: The lead vampire receives a status report. Upon hearing that Coach Feratu was killed, he rails against vampires using names that give away their status as vampires, and suggests that they just use regular, plain names. He then bloodily feeds on a young woman.

Guest starring: Jim Rash as Glaxo Slimslom, Alex Hirsch as Toby Matthews

"Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate"

After eating a pint of Cherry Garcia that Rick was using to store a virulent bacteria he was experimenting on, Jerry is rushed to an alien hospital to be treated. As the doctors operate on Jerry, the rest of the family goes into the waiting room, where they watch various inter-dimensional television programs. Meanwhile, Jerry is approached by an alien delegation, who inform him that his penis can be converted into a replacement heart for Shrimpy Pibbles, the galaxy's most famous civil rights activist. Jerry, desperate to be liked and offended that the aliens believe he won't be willing to donate his penis, rashly agrees to the operation. However, he quickly gets second thoughts and attempts to bring in Beth to refuse the treatment on his behalf. Beth, however, is enticed by the range of prosthetic penises the hospital is willing to provide and tells Jerry the decision is up to him. Jerry then finds out Pibbles is a heroin addict and reveals this at a press conference, only to be told that Pibbles' species requires heroin to survive. The aliens deduce that Jerry is trying to back out of the donation, and he quickly becomes the most hated man in the galaxy. The entire galaxy immediately donates enough money to the hospital to build a prosthetic heart for Pibbles. Jerry, desperate not to be hated by the galaxy, holds the doctors hostage and demands they go through with the transplant procedure. Jerry is shot dead by security, but is revived thanks to alien medical technology. Beth berates Jerry for his irrational need to be liked by everybody and the family returns home.

Post-Credit Scene: Jerry sneaks into Rick's cupboard, where he takes out a box of alien Eyeholes cereal, only for the Eyeholes mascot to burst through the window and begin relentlessly beating him for eating his Eyeholes.

Guest starring: Werner Herzog as Shrimply Pibbles, Gary Cole as Jerry's Doctor

"Look Who's Purging Now"

Rick and Morty go to a planet where they learn that the peaceful local populace are preparing for the "Festival", an annual event where the people are free to commit crimes for one night without consequence as a way to vent their violent tendencies (an event Rick compares to The Purge). Rick decides to stay to observe the purge, while Morty is against the entire concept. Morty forces Rick to rescue one of the aliens, a young girl named Arthricia. However, Arthricia betrays them and steals Rick's gun and spaceship, leaving Rick and Morty to fend for themselves. Back on Earth, Jerry's attempts to bond with Summer are interrupted by a call from Rick asking for an item to be sent to them. Rick and Morty receive a pair of suits of advanced power armor sent by Summer. Morty goes on a rampage, killing every alien he sees before finding Arthricia. She pleads with them that she only wanted their spaceship to kill the corrupt nobility who implemented the purge system in the first place. Rick knocks out a still angry Morty and helps Arthricia kill the nobles before leaving. When Morty feels guilty over the aliens he's killed, Rick lies to him that the chemicals in a candy bar he had eaten caused him to go on the rampage.

Post-Credit Scene: Jerry is forced to admit to Beth that he had wasted all of his money on a paid service where he could talk with another person over the phone.

Guest starring: Chelsea Kane as Arthricia

"The Wedding Squanchers"

After Rick receives a wedding invitation from Birdperson via intergalactic parcel delivery, Jerry is accidentally sent, using that same service, to the wedding destination. In order to retrieve Jerry, Rick is forced to attend his best friend's wedding on a distant planet along with the rest of the family, despite his objections. During the reception the bride reveals herself to be a Galactic Federation agent, kills Birdperson, and has numerous agents attack the guests, most of whom - like Birdperson and Rick - are wanted terrorists. Rick is able to get the family out of the wedding safely, but they are unable to return to Earth as the Federation would be looking for them there. The family hides out on a very small planet, one of only three possible choices, outside the Federation's reach. As Rick leaves to explore the planet, Jerry suggests to Morty, Beth, and Summer that they should return to Earth and turn Rick in, citing Rick's selfishness. However, the rest of the family defends Rick, saying that they love him and they want to stay with him, unconditionally, out of love. Rick hears all this from under the floor,and after convincing Morty that he is leaving to go get ice cream, Rick leaves the planet and turns himself in, freeing his family from a life on the run as they are returned to Earth, which has now joined the Federation and is infested with alien tourists. Jerry, after being told many times to get a job, finally is assigned a job by the Federation, upon returning to Earth.

Post-Credit Scene: Mr. Poopy Butthole implores the viewers to tune in, a year to 18 months from now, in order to see how the cliffhanger is resolved in season 3.

Guest starring: Arin Hanson as Cyborg Photographer

"Season 3"

"The Rickshank Rickdemption"

Rick is being interrogated via a mind-computer link, inside a galactic federal prison. Summer and Morty attempt to rescue him, but they are captured by SEAL Team Ricks, who take them to the Citadel of Ricks and decide to assassinate Rick. Back at the prison, Rick tricks both the federal agents and his aspiring assassins by switching bodies with them. He then teleports the entire Citadel into the federal prison, prompting a massive battle. Amid the confusion, Rick rescues Morty and Summer, and uses the Galactic Federation's mainframe to make their currency worthless. The Federation falls into chaos and collapses as a result, with the aliens leaving Earth. Back at home, Jerry asks Beth to choose between him and Rick, but she chooses Rick. After the new status quo is established, Rick reveals to Morty that his ulterior motive was to become his de facto male influence. This escalates into a nonsensical angry rant, centered around Rick's desire to find more of the discontinued McDonald's Szechuan sauce, a promotional product for the 1998 film Mulan.

"Rickmancing the Stone"

Rick takes Morty and Summer to a Mad Max-esque version of Earth, where they are chased by a group of scavengers, known as Death Stalkers. Rick notices that the group is carrying a valuable rock of Isotope 322, so he and the kids join them in hope of stealing it. Summer falls in love with the Death Stalkers' leader, while Morty is given the strength of a giant arm, which takes him in search of its killer. Rick leaves and replaces the kids with androids to fool Beth. When he returns, he helps the Death Stalkers use the Isotope to power a more advanced civilization. Summer doesn't like how the change softens the Death Stalkers, and she decides to follow Rick and Morty back home. Before leaving, Rick steals the Isotope. The experience helps the kids overcome their parents' divorce. Summer reconciles with Jerry, and Morty realizes he must live his own life. Post-credit scene: As Jerry receives his unemployment cheque, a growling wolf appears and bullies him into handing it over. The wolf eats the cheque and regurgitates it, thus further ruining Jerry's new life.

"Pickle Rick"

Rick turns himself into a pickle to get out of attending school-ordered family therapy, but Beth takes Rick's serum which would revert the transformation. Left alone, Rick eventually rolls down into an open sewer drain, where he manages to manipulate the nervous systems of dead roaches and rats to build himself a mobile exoskeleton, with added weapons such as razors and drills. He unwittingly escapes into a foreign government agency. The guards try to kill Rick, under orders from the agency director, but Rick kills them all. In the process, Rick battles and ultimately befriends a prisoner named Jaguar. Rick changes his mind and decides to attend the therapy session, arriving towards the end. Dr. Wong gives her diagnosis, observing that Rick crafts relationships that punish emotions and vulnerability. On their way home, Rick apologizes to Beth for deceiving her and uses the serum to turn human again. Morty and Summer wish to continue seeing Dr. Wong, but Rick and Beth ignore them. Post-credit scene: Jaguar saves Rick and Morty from being killed in an elaborate piano death machine by a villain named "Concerto".

"Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender"

At Morty's insistence, Rick agrees to join the Vindicators, a group of intergalactic superheroes, to fight their arch-nemesis, Worldender. Rick cannot hide his disdain for the superheroes, while Morty is thrilled. The next morning, the Vindicators enter Worldender's base, only to find that the previous night a drunk Rick had killed him and set up a variety of puzzles that the Vindicators must solve to survive. They start arguing and kill one another, while Morty solves all the puzzles, as he knows what Rick had in mind when he put them up. After all puzzles are solved, the only ones left alive are Rick, Morty and Supernova, a member of the Vindicators. Supernova tries to kill Rick and Morty, but before she can do so, the three of them are transported to a party, where she gets away. Post-credit scene: Gearhead tries to use a Vindicators vest to pick up some young girls, but when an alien terrorist attack strikes, he runs away eventually tripping and falling, breaking into pieces.

"The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy"

To bolster Jerry's self-esteem, Rick takes him on an adventure at Morty's request. They visit an otherworldly resort within an immortality field so Jerry won't be harmed while away. Jerry encounters Risotto Groupon, an alien who blames Rick for his kingdom being usurped. Risotto enlists Jerry in a plot to kill Rick, but Jerry backs out after Rick apologizes for ruining his marriage. Meanwhile, Summer deals with self-esteem issues as well. Her boyfriend, Ethan, leaves her for a larger-breasted girlfriend, and Summer attempts to enlarge her own breasts using one of Rick's devices. Her aim is off, and she grows to freakish proportions. Morty wants to call Rick for assistance, but Beth refuses. Arrogantly trying to prove her own self-worth, Beth repeatedly fails to fix the problem and is tricked into releasing three tiny technical support workers that were trapped inside the machine. Morty figures out how the machine works, he restores Summer's size and spitefully uses it to deform Ethan as an act of vengeance. Post-credit scene: The three tiny workers are enjoying their retirement next to a river. As an extremely deformed Ethan walks by, one of them is snatched by an eagle.

"Rest and Ricklaxation"

After a six-day outer space adventure that leaves them on the verge of psychological collapse, Rick and Morty decide to spend some time at an alien spa. There, they use a machine that extracts a person's negative personality traits. However, without Rick and Morty knowing, those traits are transposed into toxic physical counterparts, characterized by Rick's arrogance and Morty's self-loathing. On the other hand, the true Rick becomes more considerate, and Morty's confidence soars, which allows him to start dating girls. The toxic Rick enacts a plan and temporarily manages to remake Earth in his own image, but the true Rick reverts the situation by merging back with him. Morty avoids merging back with his toxic counterpart and goes on to live a The Wolf of Wall Street type scenario. Rick tracks him down with the help of Jessica, Morty's classmate, and restores order by re-injecting the negative personality traits into him. Post-credit scene: A tour of a moonlight tower releases Stacy, one of the girls Morty dated in the episode, who had been inadvertently trapped inside the toxin machine.

"The Ricklantis Mixup"

"Morty's Mind Blowers"

"The ABCs of Beth"

"The Rickchurian Mortydate"





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