Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat 

Rick brings Morty to a planet containing crystals that show whoever is touching them all the ways they may die depending on their choices.


Wesley Archer (as Wes Archer), Erica Hayes


Justin Roiland (created by), Dan Harmon (created by) | 6 more credits »




Episode complete credited cast:
Justin Roiland ... Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith / Mr. Meeseeks (voice)
Chris Parnell ... Jerry Smith (voice)
Spencer Grammer ... Summer Smith (voice)
Sarah Chalke ... Beth Smith (voice)
Sherri Shepherd ... Judge (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Bully #2 (voice)
Dan Harmon ... (voice)
Brandon Johnson ... Mr. Goldenfold (voice)
Cassie Steele ... Tricia Lange (voice)
Kari Wahlgren ... Jessica / Newscaster (voice)


Rick and Morty go to get some death crystals on a different planet that let you see ways that you can die. Morty steals one and goes crazy because the crystal shows a way that Morty can die with his crush Jessica. While that's happening Rick keeps on dying in the body of alternate versions of himself. Written by liamscwatt

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10 November 2019 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Gravity falls Creator Alex Hirsch can be found in this episode right after the Morty making wired noises in Interview. Exactly at 14:39. He is watching television with his parents. See more »


Morty Smith: Who are they?
Rick Sanchez: Crystal poachers, there's no lower form of life. They think the galaxies our own personal piggy bank.
Morty Smith: Wait then, what are we?
Rick Sanchez: We are Rick & Morty.
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References Coco (2017) See more »

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Solid entry with faster turn around.
14 November 2019 | by ericks-86892See all my reviews

Rick and Morty promises with some meta-commentary that they'll be putting out more episodes with less of the restrictions they put on themselves that resulted in longer episode turn-around. On the one hand, this might result in fewer masterpieces like Ricklantis, but if they are consistently putting out episodes like this one (solid premise, tight plotting, plenty of the sort of bizarre drama and humor that is oh so Rick and Morty) then I think we are going to be more than forgiving.

Welcome back Rick and Morty!

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