Spoilers For this week’s episode of Rick and Morty.
Wow, this is Rick and Morty’s season Especially Horn first Mr. Nimbus, then Rick and Summer’s Apocalypse Sex Crawl, and now the sperm of the experimental monster. When the show reaches for the low-brown comedy, it goes downhill. Although certainly not the most promising event, but ‘What am I looking at?’ The ‘racquet dependent spray’ element offers a lot of curiosity to keep your attention till the end.
This week’s incident sees Morty in a way of ‘taking his son to work’ with Beth at Horse Hospital. When Murthy finds out about Breeding Mount (we’ll let you see), it becomes clear and shows us that Murthy really has no limit to how much he can take in his teenage hormones. I agree. After a week of using the machine to his liking, Morty discovers Rick using one of the ‘horse’ mini barrels for an experiment that can only go wrong if you Can be wrong no Using horse semen. And because Morty will do anything but avoid his shame, his greatness and his strange attack.
Take the road less
last weekA stable deathThe mark was missed because it did not go far enough with its concept and environmental issues. ‘Rick dependent spray’ can be disgusting, but it has the opposite effect. It’s strange, ridiculous and restless for you to stare at the floor with your jaw, just to see how far the hobby is based. This incident proves that there is no limit to the extent to which Rack and Morty writers have to go for some A-grade humor.
I’m not saying this incident won’t kill issues like last week. We have seen a lot of plots where the land is at risk of some kind of attack. Even this seasonStatue“It simply came to our notice then. The plot is familiar, but the execution is terrific. It plays with the expectations of the audience that the show has no limits and, for better or worse, it delivers. Whenever you think that nothing can be worse than a big flying squirrel, there is something else in the next scene.
What’s special about this incident is that it is driven by one of Morty’s screw-ups. This is a bad patch that could enable him to be cataloged as one of Morty’s brain operators. It’s a good turn, and no one but Morty knows the situation is his fault. Since Morty is against Rick, there is never a smart solution. It gets worse before it gets better.
This episode has elements focused on Rick, but it’s never about “Rick Downsense Spray”. CHUD – AKA Underground horse people – show that there is a classic stopping moment, but very short. As we have seen many times, it has many enemies. Moments like these only work better when they show how deep he is, and when the incident serves as a smart commentary on Rick’s depression and loneliness. Instead, in this case, it only adds to Morty’s big story.
That said, there is a limit to how much fun the show can go. I could do without Beth and Summer’s ‘Men Don’t Listen to Women’ story. This is a very clear B plot in which the rest of the events do not carry much weight. In fact, it’s probably more offensive than a flying sperm, a horse pregnancy, or a nanny space baby that takes away the ending of the event. And it says something. The jokes aren’t particularly good, and if anything, the president and his council are tired and annoyed to see them ignoring Bait and Samar’s views.
The ‘Rick Dependent Spray’ is an event you must believe in. I appreciate that, despite the name of the event, it is less focused on being a pop culture parody and more determined to be something very strange in its own right. Although some predictions of this episode can be predicted, there are moments, despite the show’s brand sinking, especially when it decides that nothing Is prohibited.
Sometimes, when it’s really funny, it only pays to be a teenager. You will never see Grand Valley like this again after this episode.
Rick and Morty Season 5 airs every Sunday on Adult Swimming in the US, and every Monday on E4 in the UK.