'Rick and Morty': 'The Rickchurian Mortydate' Review

'Rick and Morty': 'The Rickchurian Mortydate' Review
A Perfect Finale to a Great Season

Rating: ★★★★★

With the season four premiere of 'Rick and Morty' releasing soon, I decided to rewatch the third season's finale to get ready for it.
'The Rickchurian Mortydate' is a hilarious, well-written season finale to one of the most original, unique and creative shows to ever air on television. The voice performances from it's cast are phenomenal (as always). Justin Roiland does a great job as both Rick and Morty and Sarah Chalke delivered an excellent performance portraying a paranoid Beth. Dan Harmon, co-creator of 'Rick and Morty' and writer of the episode, did an amazing job. The writing is filled with funny jokes, dramatic scenes and great character moments.
The animation is superb and inventive. The signature art style allows the director, writer and animators to let their minds run free, creating something truly innovative.
The season three finale to 'Rick and Morty' is fantastic, filled with strong performances, humourous jokes and extraordinary writing. I can't wait to see what Harmon and Roiland do with the upcoming season four.


Each week, when the latest episode of 'Rick and Morty' season four releases, there will be new reviews on the episodes. Make sure to check back in each week to see my review.

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