Rick And Morty: Season 6, Episode 1
“Rick and Morty” Season 6, Episode 1 begins with Rick’s more dramatic voice buzzing in the space where he muses that when someone is dying, the first thing they lose is their creativity.
One can’t agree more, but anyway, this is how he keeps talking and mocking the situation that Rick and Morty have put themselves into. The citadel has broken, the other Mortys are going feral, and now they’re locked up in space.
A brand new adventure is brewing, but it’s not the one we expected. The season 5 finale “Rickmurai Jack” started off in a different place than usual, so it seems this fresh new episode is just the aftermath of that moment.
When Rick is about to delve into the danger of the world, Morty asks him if he has a helmet like that Avenger guy. But Rick assures Morty that what they’re fighting against is even worse than not wearing a helmet. Beth then appears showing them to their future but at what cost?
Beth’s stellar performance in the episode is met with mixed reactions from Rick and Morty. They can only express their frustration for so long, however, before Beth saves them once more.
After boarding “Space- Beth’s spaceship, they arrive in the universe where Beth is still alive. Rick starts gobbling the heirloom tomato sandwiches while Morty gets the Digestibot’s nutrient mass.
With his portal open, Rick then tries to reset the travel index, but instead, he screws up and sends both Morty and Jerry into green pulsing.
Rick assures them that they will be able to escape. There is an alternative universe where they are citizens of the same world, but in a parallel dimension. Summer is happy to see them alive and well, with no big changes to their worlds.
Rick may be popular in some parallel universes, but in Jerry’s universe, they feel a rivalry that sticks around. They can’t escape the pressure though, because they’re named Jerry, and they both want to take their spot as the answer to your life’s questions. When the Rick and Jerry are threatened by the threat of Morty night Run, all of them quickly retreat into their own worlds.
Rick And Morty, Rick arrives in the reality where he had killed his wife and Beth, but here in this universe, Rick had created an artificial intelligence of the dead Diane’s voice as a ghost to haunt himself.
In the world of Rick, more than half the population is stuck on a particular day when someone they loved was killed by a drunk driver. Time continually resets so that people are forced to relive the same day until it changes.
While he has been trying to find traces of Weird Rick, Rick hops onto a spaceship and travels through a wormhole in order to reach another planet. Suddenly, the commotion begins as an enormous ferocious alien monster leaps into the universe.
Beth is, and Summer is. Rick orders Summer to survive only if he finds his bad version in the wormhole.
Meanwhile, Morty becomes overwhelmed with his native post-apocalyptic reality and is the focus of season 1 episode in the Cronenberg universe.
Jerry realizes he was wrong after seeing Morty looking like Justin Timberlake in the movie “the Revenant.” Jerry is touched and apologizes to Morty, stealing back everything in a sentimental scene.
Here we see the real hero of this season is Summer, who runs into the basement garage to his grandfather’s laboratory moments after the travelers have vanished. Beth demands to know where the Rick and Morty from this universe are.
Summer replies that she is buried in the backyard, which Rick had given to her because he no longer has need for them.
Beth is excited to go on another rescue mission, with her two mothers and the AI she named Space Beth. The AI is initially hesitant, but eventually agrees.
In this scenario, the duo finds themselves in a universe where small scavenger dudes attack them. Catastrophe occurs when mother Catastrophe’s claws cut them off from the others, blindsiding them and making the mission more enjoyable for the two.
Fast forward to where Rick finds the bad Rick. He reveals that Morty’s grandfather, in this universe, had killed his family and left Morty behind.
Copymatic and the duo are equipped with a ship, which follows the location of ‘Rick Prime’. They quickly get trapped in his sphere, which is buried in space.
Despite Rick And Morty’s best efforts, the Prime one keeps creating clones of Rick, leading to a tense and nerve-wracking game. Satisfied with their performance during the fight, Rick and Morty storm off unconvinced by the portal game.
With the others from another dimension attacking, the two Beths bicker over the bond between ‘Space Beth’ and Summer. Fighting with the jelly-like monster, they work to survive against these strange enemies.
Even in the midst of all the conflict that happened, Summer eventually finds a way to defeat it. It is this moment where Rick and Morty pick up the pace, ending its victory forever.
In Season 2 of Rick And Morty his native universe, Jerry is in the middle of a fight with his family members and their grandsons are missing for a target.
He finds Jerry again in Beth’s universe, but he’s trapped on top of the wall by Mr. Frontals. Unlike Jerry, Rick ended up on an adventure in his own bed and met his mom there.
The bite of Mr. Frontals, along with the universe’s Jerry, turns anything it comes into contact with into a frontal. This includes Earth, which is now also infested with these terrible creatures.
The Smith Family has to find a universe in which they can live in peace, but upon arriving at their alternate history, the Smith Family realise that the other whole Smiths have been slaughtered, leading the new Smiths to bury them.
The only downside to this reality is that they weirdly pronounce “parmesan.”
With Rick Prime, the unsympathetic one, now dead in his own universe, Jerry is relegated to a supporting role alongside Morty and Beth.
Season 6 of “Rick and Morty” is hitting TV screens as dark, twisty and crazy as Season 5 ended with. The show is referencing previous seasons and throwing in references from other movies and TV series like a football team running the same play over and over.
The creators of “Rick and Morty”, Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon. The series spoofs pop culture, sci-fi universes with a weird sense of humor, including other fictional worlds. The episodes also have various in-jokes as well as memes that were intentionally inserted into the show.
The representation of the Avengers in Rick and Morty mirrors the initial scene from Avengers Endgame. Especially, when Rick’s voice weakens and he does not have a helmet like “that guy” on the Avengers, it becomes more specific.
Like many events in movies and on TV, the climax of Space Beth has her arriving in a dramatic light, which is similar to that depicted in endgame.
Though, when your protagonist reaches the lab in question, you see various metallic objects on a shelf that seem to belong to characters from Marvel’s X-men series.
While the name of the show leaves a hint to Solaris, an Andrei Tarkovsky movie, it also refers to George Clooney’s film.
Overall, episode 6 Rick And Morty is a great addition to the new season so far, which shows that the next episodes will be more fun and full of Easter eggs and parodies, leaving us with just one week to wait.