Rick And Morty has all the time been good, however this season it has scaled up the stakes of its larger sci-fi mythos precipitously, utilizing it as a lens to make more and more wealthy, pointed jokes about its characters. Final week’s fantastically dense take a look at a world of infinite Ricks and Morties was the proper instance, utilizing a trio of miniature narratives as a way as an example totally different sides of the titular duo’s personalities. “Our” Rick—the one the sequence is following—is outlined by being an asshole, and this new video essay from ScreenPrism makes an attempt to tease out simply why.
Simply because the present sees its preposterous sci-fi premises via to their logical and emotional conclusions, so too does the video take the sequence’ myriad gags critically, imagining an infinite cartoon cosmos and empathizing with the hyper-intelligent scientist trapped inside it. The video soars via lots of prospects: maybe Rick’s spouse actually did undergo some tragedy that closed him off emotionally, or possibly he is aware of he’s in a TV present, or only a textbook narcissist. The more and more compelling character of Evil Morty is even a attainable trigger. Regardless of the case, it’s an appropriately wealthy evaluation of the present, and proof that its density holds as much as scrutiny as deep as you need to take it.
Anyway, possibly one in all these theories will assist clarify this complete “Suicide Helmet” factor?