It was starting to get noticeable and a little weird that the rest of the Smith family have been largely absent for much of season four. Except for the occasional glimpse into what's going on back at Morty's house, usually to fire off a joke or two at Jerry's expense, it feels like the grounded, sitcom half of Rick and Morty has been all but abandoned in favor of going hard on the sci-fi rigmarole. Summer gets included on adventures more than Beth or Jerry, but we haven't seen that much of her regardless. She had a pivotal role two episodes ago in "Promortyus," but she was only actually in it for the back half, a good lot of which was spent flashbacking to what had happened to Rick and Morty.
Most underrated show ever!!
24 May 2020
This show and this episode has been aired long time ago so i know this review (not really a review just me expressing my feelings about the show) is not gonna matter much but, wow. One of the best. Klaus and Caroline should be together. Stefan and Elena should be together. Daimon should be with him self.
Its actually very good!
21 May 2020
Not what I expected
21 May 2020
Meh. Thats all i can say for my expectations and in the other hand what ive seen. I dont say it was bad. Im just saying that because this is the last season of the100 we need to see some action, drama and good old thriller like the last seasons. But this episode didn't include any of what ive mentioned. It was actually a bit boring. Hope episode 2 will be better.
One of the best episodes ever!!
18 May 2020
The Vat of Acid Episode" is a standout of season four because it feels like it pushes some stuff further than we've seen it pushed before. Character-wise, Rick is a stone-cold evil Morty has to cope with overwhelming guilt and loss. As for the high-concept, sci-fi stuff, the problem of the multiverse hanging over the series as a tool for the characters to escape consequences is brilliantly turned on its head as the multiverse is used to instead punish Morty by having him deal with the consequences of his actions across the multiverse all at once. It's not the funniest or most emotional episode, but it's still dark enough to hurt in that Rick and Morty way and it's a good episode because it explores the areas of the series still worth exploring.
Did not see this coming
13 May 2020
Loved this one more than the last
12 May 2020
They should make a real episode about the lgbtq+ not a musical one
9 May 2020
This episode was garbage. A real meaning of trash. Did not liked it. Dont know why the producers insist to make a musical episodes anymore. This is not glee. Or it will ever be. This is riverdale. Where there is some drama and thriller and a bit of comedy and action. STOP MAKING MUSICAL EPISODES !!!.
A great finale for a great season
25 April 2020
I remembered the movie
5 April 2020
3 April 2020
So far more than 120 minutes has nothing to do to the show or the main story except for 20-25 minutes from all the the first 3 episodes. It's turning to a soap opera show like riverdale or elite if we are talking Spanish. I didn't waited from 23 of july just to see this. If the rest of the season like this i will NOT watch season 5 and 6 that Netflix said there will be in the next two years.
Good episode to end the half of the season
1 April 2020
The only thing that bothers me is Laura Lenny's poor acting and performance. I dont like her reactions and i really think shes so bad but the other actors good performance covers for her. Everything else was fine though.
The new game of thrones
30 March 2020
*you are the real first thing that ever happens to me in a long time* see the irony? This show contains theories, conspiracies and everything you would like to see in a new game of thrones show. Thank you HBO. Now lets talk about Arun Paul, Wow. He's an amazing actor. Underrated.
Whoever reading this, i know every single thing about you as a person
27 March 2020
This is literally one the best seasons finale ive ever saw
23 March 2020