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Rick and Morty’s latest season seems to take on characters from the classic stupid culture and warped them around the show’s dark and distorted brand of humor. In fact, these parties can be targeted or missed, as written in this week’s episode, ‘One Stop Convent Mort’, where the show is a very recognizable ground.
We’ve seen Rick and Morty take horns unnecessarily before. We’ve seen Morty fall in love too. This time around, the show works a bit differently at the same time.
In this episode, Morty falls in love with Captain Planetina, while Rick and Summer have sexual encounters with strangers to deal with their personal worries. It’s as if the same song is set to a different tune.
The show has explored these ideas before, and while they may still be funny, it sometimes feels like Rick and Morty are just restoring old plots. In fact, if I were to describe ‘A Rickconvenient Mort’, it would be as if they had hollowed out the montage in ‘The Vat of Acid Episode’ where Morty was described as a back-out ‘auto erotic distinction’ Has found a tragic romance with Rick’s Debray.
However, a rack convent marat marks one of those rare moments where the show is predicted, but the formula works well enough to make the event anyway pleasant. The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, but Rick and Morty really shine when it comes to doing something really smart with a unique science fiction brand. This incident focuses mostly on the former.
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When Planetina first arrived at the beginning of the event, there was a lot of promise. I thought we were turning a blind eye to the environment. Or at least some spin on the subject that we haven’t seen before. Instead, the main story focuses on Morty’s early romance, which dates back to the 1990s, and discovers how his “children” (mainly Captain Planet’s planes) now benefit him. Are taking advantage of.
The story line is inappropriate (Morty is 14 years old and Planetina, no matter how the show tries to spin it, is at least 3 decades old) is sadly dark. If you take the vantage point of ‘Fast Episode Episode’ and promote it, it will pay off. Planetina’s children are the old age and mismanagement of her celebrity career and are also rapidly aging as an idea.
It seems like the authors could have done more with this idea, but it all ends with another murmur of Morty, which we have already seen once in this show. In fact, we even saw one in the first episode of this season.
The backup story of rumors is no better. They come after Rack and Summer as they vent their emotions through one ruined planet after another. That is, until they fall in love and his heart is broken. Despite the backgrounds of Dead Worlds, this stage seems familiar to both characters.
Towards the end of this event, Planetina’s descent into darkness seems to deserve more spotlight. This is exactly what I expected her to be out of when she first arrived, and with it the memory of this amazing weird or dye sketch. Don Chadell as Captain Planet. The show could do much more by taking a look at the root cause of the environmental catastrophe, and taking a keen interest in Planetina’s violent means of saving the planet.
‘A Rickconvenient Mort’ feels like Rick and Morty’s throwing event, again, which is disappointing considering that we only have three episodes in Season 5 – and that compares to last week’s ‘Mortality’ Was so ambitious in terms of It doesn’t take full advantage of its ecological base, and while it’s still ridiculous in places, it doesn’t represent the best that dynamic set work offers.