So wish the seasons were longer. Also, I know it'll never happen, but one episode based on the Chtulhu-baby-theft from the intro would be awesome.
In the alien parasite episode Rick said he "made the same mistake once but on a planetary scale".
It's possible he destroyed his original world.
Well, he did it twice. Mantis/Cronenberg world, don't forget...
A line that stood out to me is when he and Morty jumped Rick, annoyed with how shell shocked Morty obviously was, tells him to get a move on because 'we only get two or three more of these, tops'.
That's oddly specific and certainly suggests he's done it at least once before. Given the whole running theme of replacing things with multiverse counterparts I'm wondering if that is where the story is headed. Some kind of alliance between everyone Rick and Morty have left behind to suffer.
What's strange to me is that given all the crazyness that Rick has done with Earth or the things he had played a part in (like when the aliens abducted Earth for their musical talent show), this Galactic Council never took notice? Or heck, why don't they do anything against THOSE aliens, who are much more destructive than Rick.
I am assuming the Council of Ricks knows Rick has been imprisoned, but as we have seen, they aren't big fans of him, nor would they want to probably expose their existance to the Galactic Council.
So, anyone watching season 2?
Seriously, this show is like a trainwreck where you can't look away... though by now it has become a bit predictable. If something horrible can happen, it WILL happen. And I don't mean trainwreck because it's bad - it's a very well written and smart show. Just that Rick has to be the most horrible human being ever. He's not even aware of how evil and heartless he is, because he rationalizes it all away. The latest episode where he is revealed to have created a whole tiny universe with people whose job it is to basically power his car battery.... Yikes.
But he gave them life. If he went in there and asked them how many would rather die than do power his car, who would choose death?
I like that Ricky, rarely, if ever has to learn a lesson, and if anything its Morty, or the family that learn the moral for trying to do the right thing.
That's what I said too. He is basically a god-level being who really feels no compassion and can act totally detached from reality, feeling himself above human/alien morality. Only when it comes to his family does Rick ever show any real feelings. That ending when he almost considers suicide, or the Little Rick episode, is a good indication though that he probably hates himself and what he has become, even if he would never admit it.
Edited by BB Shockwave, 12 October 2015 - 05:47 AM.