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Rick and Morty Season 6 Episode 2
In the season premiere, we were told Rick’s portal gun was still nonfunctional and learned that Rick Prime is out there and is probably going to try to kill Rick, Morty, and, I don’t know, everybody else? The guy just seems to like killing.
Recent comments from the show’s creators suggest that we can expect to see this plotline continued this season, but you can’t lore all the time, so the second episode of season six returns to more familiar territory with a quintessential Rick and Morty one-off sci-fi adventure.
“Rick: A Mort Well Lived” is quintessential in that it does that standard Rick and Morty thing of taking a sci-fi concept and then devoting an entire episode to expanding upon it—pulling it apart, exploring the inner-workings of it, and, ideally, imbuing it with emotional stakes in the process.
Some examples of other episodes that do this sort of thing are “Promortyus,” which explores (and subsequently massacres) a society of face-hugger aliens; “Mort Dinner Rick Andre,” which follows the accelerated timeline of a Narnia-style dimension; and “Auto Erotic Assimilation,” which examines a society in which everyone is mind-controlled by one entity.
In fact, that last one isn’t so dissimilar from this new episode, except this one’s about a society where every person is inhabited by a small piece of Morty’s consciousness.
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