Rick and Morty Season Finale “The Rickchurian Mortydate” Is a Bit of a Letdown After a Strong Season
Despite an incredibly strong season overall, the finale fails to tie the season's thematic threads together.Read More
We’re severely overdue for an episode focusing on Beth, and while a single episode can’t fill that void it makes a pretty good start of it.Read More
Uneven, as anthology episodes always are, but viciously pointed in its best moments.Read More
A normal, self-contained adventure with no major plot developments.Read More
In which the show magically makes its characters "healthy," and it turns out to be a terrible idea.Read More
The show continues strengthening its character continuity and poking at how these characters might work on being slightly less terrible people. Now with more Jerry.Read More
This week continues in the vein of “Have we reminded you Rick is terrible, actually” episodes; while it’s a slight quality dip from the preceding three, it nonetheless manages to land some well-executed hits.Read More
An excellent variation on a theme brings Beth's issues into (impending) central focus.Read More
It's only two episodes in, but season 3 is already going from strength to strength.Read More
Doing their own early leak after last season's debacle is definitely right in this show's wheelhouse.Read More
Enjoy your hiatus, now with 700% more agony
C'mere, fandom. We'll huddle together.Read More
You know, like that movie?
I’m calling it now: this show has reached a plateau as far as gore's concerned.Read More
24 minutes of unfiltered Roiland.
And now, the annual parade of bizarre improv commercials.Read More
I feel robbed of Summer the Vampire Slayer.
Well, the time has come. Get in your bunkers, lock the doors, get out the snuggies: we’ve reached an episode where the Beth-and-Jerry plot was stronger than the Rick plot.Read More
Giant telepathic spiders, eleven 9/11s, and the best ice cream in the Multiverse.
AKA the one with Stephen Colbert in it.Read More
Can we agree to have Keith David play the president in everything?
Spoilers: Ice T is an exiled alien. It's that kind of show.Read More
We've had bad times together, right?
“Flashing back to something that never happened” isn’t quite a fresh conceit. But then, Rick & Morty has always been about the tweaking of familiar games, and the flashback format lets the animation play with the kind of delightful micro-absurdity that we haven’t gotten to see since “Rixty Minutes.”Read More
Wubba Lubba Dub Dub, readers.
A few seconds to be Smug About Representation before delving into that unfathomable pain. It seemed like the Rick thing to do.Read More
Just look at the flowers, Fart.
It’s official. If you’re ever feeling particularly crushed by the universe just look in a mirror and remind yourself, “at least I’m not Morty Smith.”Read More