‘Rick and Morty’ S4: Relive the greatest Interdimensional Cable TV moments
Every Rick and Morty fan worth his or her squanch will know that “wubba lubba dub dub” actually means “I am in great pain, please help me” in Birdperson talk (apparently). Not only will they know this, but they’ll also quite literally be screaming out in lubba dub while waiting for season four’s excruciatingly delayed release.
We do have good news, tho: yesterday, Adult Swim released the first trailer for S4 of Rick and Morty and gave us a November 2019 drop date.
It was long enough waiting to find out if we were getting a season four at all, and now we know it’s happening (with 70 episodes confirmed, no less). And if you’re worried the show might lose its edge, co-creator Dan Harmon has already revealed he’s switching up the writing process to ensure the animated sci-fi comedy turned cultural phenomenon doesn’t slip.
“It’s a show that can literally go anywhere and do anything. It has a boundless margin for nihilism; in other words, you can’t go too far. Not only narratively, but also tonally, there is nothing off the table for the show,” declared Harmon.
While we wait, we’re going over our fave R&M moments in a ferocious fever to suck up all the hype possible before season four drops. And what better way to do so than by exploring the multiverse of the Rick and Morty world presented to us in S1E8, “Rixty Minutes”, in which Rick rigs an interdimensional cable box to allow the family to watch TV from multiple realities. With infinite shows on offer from infinite dimensions, here’s our rundown of the best picks from the episode. And awaaay we go!
The dimension where man evolved from corn
Corn #1: “We’re both corn of action.”
Corn #2: “Yeah, but one of us is dead corn.”
The movie about a guy eating sh**
“This sh** is delicious!”
A violent antiques show
A.k.a. The dimension where antique shows are even more fun to watch.
The dimension where Jerry’s famous
Jerry gets up to all sorts as an A-lister, including being interviewed by Letterman
Starring in Cloud Atlas (“You speak the true true”)
And writing and directing Weekend at Dead Cat Lady’s House II (“Sometimes plans need a helping paw!”)
Shmloo’s the Shmloss?
The alternate version of Who’s the Boss? from a dimension where all proper nouns begin with “Shml”.
Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” (with added phones)
A brief insight into the universe where people are phones (more on this in S2E8)
A dimension where everyone on Game of Thrones is a dwarf except Tyrion
No pants Johnson
A world where athletes don’t wear pants.
Do we really need to explain this one?
What if true crime cases weren’t dragged on for ten hour-long episodes?
Ants in my Eyes Johnson
“I can’t see a thing!”
Alien Invasion Tomato Monster Mexican Armada Brothers Who Are Just Regular Brothers Running In a Van From an Asteroid and All Sorts of Things the Movie
“You’d better bet your bottom dollar that these two brothers know how to handle business, in Alien Invasion Tomato Monster Mexican Armada Brothers Who Are Just Regular Brothers Running In a Van From an Asteroid and All Sorts of Things the Movie!” Hold on, there’s more . . .
Who you gonna call?
Real Fake Doors commercial
Fill a room up with ‘em! They won’t open!
He’s far more savage than the our Garfield.
Trunkpeople – the debate
Trunkpeople might love men and women, but should they be allowed to get married? We’ll let you be the judge of that!
Cereal commercials have changed a lot since our day.
Babylegs solves the case
With the help of his regular-legged partner.