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Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 4

July 7, 2021

“Rick and Morty” Season 5 Episode 3 is a welcome change of pace as Summer embarks on an interplanetary adventure with her grandfather, Rick. Meanwhile, Morty strikes up a serious relationship with the environmental super person known as Planetina. Morty’s relationship ends in a tragedy that sees him break a girl’s heart for the first time and prepare her for more mature and serious relationships in the future.

Meanwhile, Summer, going through a phase of cynicism about love, indulges in uninspiring sex with aliens like her grandfather. However, when Rick becomes attached to an alien who only uses him, Summer is forced to intervene. After this emotionally charged episode this week, we look forward to a much more typical action-oriented episode next week. If you are looking forward to the next episode of the animated series and want to know more, we can help you. Here’s everything we know about “Rick and Morty” season 5 episode 4.

rick and morty season 5 Episode 4 Release Date

Season 5 Episode 4 of “Rick and Morty” premieres July 11, 2021 at 11 pm EST on Adult Swim. The fifth season consists of 10 episodes, of approximately 22 minutes each. New episodes of the series are broadcast on the channel every week on Sundays.

Where to see episode 4 of season 5 of Rick and Morty?

You can watch “Rick and Morty” Season 5 Episode 4 on your TV screen by logging into Adult Swim on the date and time listed above. You can also go to the official Adult Swim website and log in with your active cable subscription to watch the next episode. You can also go for live TV streaming services like DirecTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu Live TV, and Spectrum. The new episode will also be available for purchase on Amazon Prime.

Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 4 Spoilers

The fourth episode of Rick and Morty season 5 is titled “Rickdependence Spray” and refers to the 90s action movie “Independence Day.” The episode will focus on Beth and Morty spending time together, but not necessarily by mutual agreement. Morty may be bored at Beth’s workplace, and his curiosity about the location could lead to funny and embarrassing moments. Meanwhile, Rick will likely do his usual genius scientist antics and end up creating monsters in his lab. The monsters are likely to escape Rick’s custody and cause massive destruction across the land.

It is likely to attract the attention of Rick’s nemesis, the President of the United States. The two men may have to work together to neutralize the monster threat. The president might be entitled to some heroic moments, honoring Bill Pullman’s character, President Thomas J. Whitmore, in the aforementioned movie. The new episode should give pride of place to patriotism and political issues. It could also feature moments of emotional tension juxtaposed against a backdrop of war.