Adult swim has released new Rick and Morty episodes after a long time. If you don’t know what this animated show is about, here’s a short description to make you a fan.
About Rick and Morty
After having been missing for nearly 20 years, grandpa Rick Sanchez suddenly returns to the family. The sociopathic scientist, using the garage as his laboratory. In the lab, Rick works on several sci-fi gadgets, some of which could be considered dangerous, although that doesn’t stop him from involving his grandchildren into his ‘ways.’
Did I forget to mention he also goes on crazy adventures across the universe taking his grandchildren, Morty and Summer with him? Well… that’s exactly what Rick does. Now that the picture is established, let’s get to the juicy stuff.
When will the remaining episodes of Rick and Morty season 4 release?
Adult Swim confirmed season 4, and it will be released in two parts. There will be five episodes in each fifth. The dates are yet to be confirmed, hopefully in 2020. Finger crossed! If we look at Rick and Morty’s first season, for example, also took a break: between six and seven episodes, a total of six weeks.
Rick and Morty season 4 episode 5 and the connection with the episode 6
The episode starts with Rick and Morty flying in their spacecraft when all of a sudden, it gets a flat tire. Rick gets out of the spacecraft to repair it and asks Morty to remain inside. Morty gets outside the spaceship and gets bitten by a space snake.
Morty kills the creature, but the poison starts spreading throughout his body, getting venom damage and leaving Rick no choice but to take Morty to the home planet of the snake to find an antidote.
Battlestar Ricklactica ended with Rick and Morty in an infinite Time-loop where they met their older self, jogging their memory to solve the issue of the snake world, and then closing the Time-loop afterward.
However, it is not clear whether the Time-loop was locked, which can be further explained in episode 6. If it is not covered, the story will continue to revolve around it. Or, as they usually do, will include this situation in later chapters.
The end of Rick and Morty season 4 episode 5 created a lot of suspense like the time loop not closed. Going back in time has the chance to bring back the Evil Morty.