For all the Rick and Morty lovers, the uncanny adventures of Rick, an eccentric mad scientist, and Morty, Rick’s easily distressed grandson who he drags on his crazy sci-fi adventures, are not a big deal. The only element of excitement for us is learning about the duo’s new tales through the latest Rick and Morty Season 4.
For the ones who are hearing about this crazy duo for the first time, you need to hear me out. Watching Rick and Morty will take you on a journey that will make you question what’s present in the present to all the crazy possibilities of this universe. Despite talking about deep issues, the Adult Swim cartoon series also has a humorous take on several real-life artists and events.
Spoiler Alert: The text below might contain some spoilers from the Rick and Morty series.
Rick and Morty Season 4 – Worth the wait?
The episodes from Rick and Morty Season 4 invoke clever meta-commentary, depicting Rick being hilariously spiteful or horrified of getting stuck living in an infinite and meaningless multiverse. Netflix India released the first half of the Rick and Morty Season 4 for its enthusiastic audience, but it is, however, releasing the episodes from the second half weekly on the online streaming service. Presently, the Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 1 to episode 7 is available on Netflix India.
The fourth season of the show truly is both an exciting as well as the delightful return of the Rick and Morty series, which has been eagerly awaited by the fans for over two years. The Emmy Award-winning animation is has a guest appearance from some of the most famous personalities and celebrities from across the globe that include,
- Sherri Shepherd as the Judge who sees Morty’s trial
- Elon Musk as Elon Tusk, the CEO of Tuskla
- Matthew Broderick as Talking Cat
- Paul Giamatti playing the Story Lord
Note: Rick and Morty Season 4 was confirmed in May 2018 by Adult Swim, which was then released in 2 parts in December 2019 and May 2020.
Rick and Morty Season 4: A Thrilling Multiverse Time-Twister
Rick and Morty Season 4 is angrily funny, owing to Rick’s galactic cynicism and tendency towards hysterical navel-gazing criticism. Despite sharing the typical Rick and Morty relationship, this season sheds light on the switched characteristics between in the two in the multiverse, with one being Morty following the death crystal visions to see a future with his high school crush Jessica, even if that means losing his grandpa Rick for that during the premiere of Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 1.
Rick and Morty Season 4 Episode 2 named The Old Man and the Seat, is an entire episode dedicated to Rick’s private toilet in an alternate universe as he’s a private pooper. But what if someone stepped in to find the majestic seat and decided to use it? Would Rick kill for his seat? Well, the toxic fanbase of the Ricketerain adventures knows how crazy Rick can be when it comes to his belongings. The hilarious episode, however, also shows Rick’s subtle yet good side, which is often devoured by his toxic outlook on life.
So, is Rick and Morty Season 4 worth the wait? Definitely, for all the Rick and Morty fans out there. What’s better than Rick and Morty’s adventures? More bizarre Rick and Morty adventures. However, there also multiple conspiracy theories associated with the creators of Rick and Morty being despised time travelers like the creators of The Simpsons that indeed predicted various significant events that took place in the world before time. That’s a story for some other day, isn’t it?