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Rick and Morty - Season 2, Episode 2 - "Mortynight Run" - Consequences of Morty's naivety

   Poor Morty, such good intentions but unaware of the deadly consequences of some of his actions as he doesn’t know galactic politics or how other species view humans or organics. 524 more words

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Rick and Morty - Season 2, Episode 1 - "A Rickle in Time" - The Consequence of Freezing Time

    “A Rickle in Time” kicks off Season 2 and actually stands really strong on it’s own. In this we get a glimpse of Rick’s good side as well as giving us the full consequence of what happens when you mess with time. 404 more words

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Most Men find the air beneath the Mountain stifling at best. It hangs upon you like a damp cloth and if you breathe too deeply, it is easy to forget that eventually you have to breathe out again; your lungs will never be full. 352 more words


Rick and Morty Season 2 Episode 9

The animated sci-fi adventure Rick and Morty has never pulled any punches when it comes to its graphic content, but this season’s penultimate episode featured an especially high body count, even by Adult Swim standards. 550 more words

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Rick and Morty - Season 1, Episode 9 - "Something Ricked This Way Comes" - Rick Beats the Devil

     This episode was hilarious as it shows how stupid the “Devil” type characters are in giving gifts that bite back for free as all it takes is someone smart like Rick to turn the whole idea on it’s head and leave them with nothing. 366 more words

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Rick and Morty - Season 1, Episode 8 - "Rixty Minutes" - Summer and Morty and the Improv Show

      “Rixty Minutes” is mostly an improv clip show with some great character moments inbetween. It feels very improvised, including the end which Morty actually references inside the episode! 330 more words

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Rick and Morty - Season 1, Episode 7 - "Raising Gazorpazorp" - Cultural Stereotypes and No Substance

     “Raising Gazorpadorp” is one of the weaker episodes I have watched so far. The Gazorpians are just stereotypes and we never see much character development but Summer who actually gets to go on an adventure! 355 more words

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