Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Rickmancing the Stone 

With the kids dealing with their parents' divorce, Rick takes them to a Mad Max-style universe where he tries to steal a green crystal from a group of scavengers.


Dominic Polcino, Wesley Archer (as Wes Archer)


Dan Harmon (created by), Justin Roiland (created by) | 5 more credits »




Episode cast overview:
Justin Roiland ... Rick Sanchez / Morty Smith (voice)
Chris Parnell ... Jerry Smith (voice)
Spencer Grammer ... Summer Smith (voice)
Sarah Chalke ... Beth Smith (voice)
Tony Hale ... Death Stalker Eli (voice)
Joel McHale ... Hemorrhage (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Eli's Girlfriend (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Death Stalker Leader / Knight (voice)
Ryan Ridley ... Slave Owner (voice)


While in a post apocalyptic Mad Max world, Rick finds the element 325 which is the most powerful substance in the universe. Morty finds out that he's worked through his parents divorce while slaughtering dozens if not hundreds of mutant, and human types. Summer embraces the wild aggressive kill or be killed lifestyle and falls in love. Meanwhile Rick is caught with element 325, and uses it to save his life. Written by Movie Dude

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Release Date:

30 July 2017 (USA) See more »

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Includes an appearance by Joel McHale, who previously starred in another Dan Harmon created show, Community (2009), as Jeff Winger. See more »


[Summer has just mortally shot a post-apocalyptic warrior from his vehicle]
Post-apocalyptic Warrior: [crawling on ground, gurgling] Kill me, please...
Summer Smith: O.K., but not because you told me to.
[shoots warrior point-blank with her shotgun]
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References Romancing the Stone (1984) See more »


Rick and Morty Theme
Written by Ryan Elder
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How stale, flat and unprofitable...
3 August 2017 | by agzmyersSee all my reviews

The Rickshank Rickdemption was easily one of the funniest, most action-packed and all-round best episodes of the entire franchise. Rickmancing the Stone would therefore have a lot to live up to. But as other users have already written, this episode seemed like something from an entirely different (writers') universe. A little research reveals writers of the episodes linked to The Simpsons (which have been stale and boring for some time now), and which explains the one-dimensional, all-too formulaic and simply boring plot lines. There is a lot to be said when the funniest moment is the end-credit scene, or when Beth is the most accurately portrayed character in the entire show, even though she appears but three times.

I don't want to discredit the show entirely, and I hope that this episode is a ricknomaly, in every sense of the word. It didn't feel right, and I am a little frustrated at out how it made it past Roiland & Harmon, nevertheless, especially given the hiatus... Please, please return to the philosophical, the absurd, the ricktastic, the non-canonical and the wonderfully quirky Rick and Morty we all love. Do not invest too much into the episodic or in trying to move the show more towards a main-stream audience (just because of its increased popularity).

I have excessively high hopes for 'Pickle Rick', nonetheless. It looks every bit the return to true form that it should be. Otherwise this season will fast be forgotten or ignored entirely...

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