A lot of things can be said about Rick and Morty except dull and boring. Every episode is memorable and their adventures, vivid. The main reason behind the success of this show lies in its plot. Imagine something ridiculous then multiply that a hundred times. After that, mix it with aliens and space adventure. That’s basically how every episode of Rick and Morty is. With that said, there’s hardly a bad episode of this show. Fans may be divided over which episodes are the best but trust me, each one of them is worth watching. Anyway, if you don’t have time to watch all the episodes, let me help you get started with the best ones. Just scroll down below and get ready to get lost in the crazy and chaotic space adventure of Rick and Morty.
Whether you like weddings or you abhor it as Rick does, season 2 episode 10 is worth the watch. I’m not talking about Earth weddings, this episode features a wedding from the far side of the universe on a planet called Squancher. However, the plot twists of this episode will make your jaw drop. I mean, what’s a season finale if there are no anxiety-inducing cliffhangers, right?
Imagine getting a cable subscription to all the channels in every conceivable alternate reality. You’ll get to watch all the crazy shows ever or you can narcissistically obsess over your alternate self. Isn’t that fun? And for that reason, season 1 episode 8 of Rick and Morty is one of the best episodes ever.
What would you do if you’ve got someone at your disposal willing to do anything and everything you ask? Make it do your homework? Wash the dishes? Drive you around? Well, Rick and Morty’s family has some bizarre ideas. Get ready to meet the Meeseeks in season 1 episode 5. These blue creatures live to do your order and die after accomplishing it—which they really like. I mean the dying thing. What makes this episode fun is the weird things Summer, Beth, and Jerry ask the Meeseeks to do for them. If you haven’t seen this episode yet, then I suggest you check it out and see how silly wishes can have some serious consequences.
School dance, flu season, and a love potion—that’s what season 1 episode 6 of Rick and Morty is all about. You might think these elements are very typical but a love potion gone wrong is a foolproof plot device. Come on, when you accidentally make the whole world fall in love with you, that’s pretty entertaining.
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|2||The Wedding Squanchers||TV Shows||6||Paid|
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