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You can’t possibly despise Rick and Morty. Those who don’t enjoy it have obviously never experienced it. This show has everything: sarcasm, crude adult humour, action, and science fiction. The show has an incredible 9.2 rating on IMDb despite having 36 episodes spread out over 4 seasons.
Season 4 premiered in 2019 with only five episodes. There was a 2020 release date planned for the rest of the episodes. Oh, you probably didn’t expect this. There is no longer any need to hold your breath. Soon, we will have access to all ten episodes of Season 4. If you ask Adult Swim, the exact date of release is May 3rd.
Some pretty shocking information has been leaked in the new episodes’ trailer. Check out the new Rick & Morty Adventures by scrolling down!
An army of Ricks
The trailer opens with what appears to be a massive army of Ricks massing for battle. A brief clip doesn’t tell us much, but it might have something to do with the episode “The Ricklantis Mixup” from season 3. (Tales from the Citadel). If memory serves, that was the last time a Rick army appeared.
Rick and Morty Gundam
The trailer also features a cool scene in which Rick and Morty don combat suits complete with power swords and other gadgets. Similar to the mobile suits from the popular anime series Mobile Suit Gundam. Yet another in-joke about a well-known work of pop culture makes me adore this show even more.
Jerry’s struggle to prove himself.
In a stern voice, Jerry says, “I have a life too, I have dreams,” as the trailer concludes. In fact, with that sort of rousing heroic music in the background, it almost looks like he will manage to pull off a major feat at long last. The future holds the answer.
Finally, they made a nod to the seminal science fiction film Alien. A scene in which Rick gives Morty an alien parasite and tells him to “put it on” is reminiscent of Alien’s facehugger, which injects a baby xenomorph into its human host. I mean, look at that, isn’t it cool?
Snuffles is back!
In a brief scene, Snuffles (also known as Snowball) battles another cat (an evil cat). There’s not much to go on here, but it looks like Snowball returns to save the world from an evil cat.
Rick’s protruding arms.
We have witnessed Rick’s death, burial, resurrection, and existence as a radically alternate self. Given the show’s central premise of alternate universes, it’s difficult to imagine anything that would be truly impossible for Rick.
Another striking scene shows Rick projecting extra arms from his body, allowing him to shoot multiple enemies at once. What a crazy idea!
Morty in a Dogfight
It’s safe to assume that the remaining five episodes will involve some kind of conflict by this point. There will be a major conflict. Morty fires lasers from his spaceship in the teaser. It was another allusion to George Lucas’s classic 1977 film, Star Wars.
Since Morty is a history buff and a fan of old-school adventures, he probably bargained for this assignment with Rick.
Fighting a wolf.
Rick fights off a large wolf in a parallel universe. It’s probably another outing for Rick and Morty, and this time they’ve found themselves in a snowy, mediaeval fantasy world. This isn’t the most riveting scene, but it sets the stage for even more absurd and exciting hijinks.
An intriguing old friend of Summer’s reappears. Tammy was last seen getting married to a birdperson and revealing her identity as a government agent from another planet. However, she is seen engaging in a lightsaber duel with Summer in the promotional material.
Hopefully Summer will finally confront her old friend and make amends.
Morty’s unique metamorphosis comes last but certainly not least. Rick is seen in the trailer significantly improving Morty’s cognitive and physical capacities, which is arguably the most eye-catching part of the advertisement. It sounds like he’s getting him ready for the final showdown between Good and Evil.
What happens next is anyone’s guess.
For those of you who still haven’t seen the trailer yet, check it out right now!
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