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Tonight, the second half of Rick and Morty season four premieres on Adult Swim (Cartoon Network) at 11:30pm EST, with all five remaining episodes set to debut in the month of May. After that we have no idea how long we might wait to get a fifth season. They are contracted for 70 more episodes, but we just donâ€™t know how long that will take to happen, or if (considering our current Cronenberg of a global pandemic) that is really feasible anymore.
Anywhoodles, letâ€™s hope that the rest of the season is as hilarious as the midseason finale was, when one imagines that Summer entered the writing room and said, â€œOkay, what if we do Snakes on a Plane meets Terminator?â€ To which Rick would have replied, â€œWow, thatâ€™s a pretty specific pitch, Summer.â€ But they made it anyway, and it was spectacular! With at least 5 minutes of the episode laid out in semi-intelligible â€œsnake talkâ€“onlyâ€ sequences where they showed us what happened on Snake Planet, they threw exposition out the forking window sideways. They also tangled time in a way that would summon the Testicle Time Lords from the Season 2 premiere. This was a rare call back from a show that has stayed (relatively) fresh by not depending on continuity to drive the episodes.
I rated the first half of this season as 3/5 classics with two â€œfillerâ€ status episodes. I donâ€™t expect them to beat that ratio this second half, but hereâ€™s to hoping that they do. #EnjoyYourApocalypse everyone!
Donâ€™t miss the midseason premiere, â€œNever Ricking Morty,â€ tonight on Adult Swim (Cartoon Network) at 11:30/10:30c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching Supergirl, Batwoman, Bobâ€™s Burgers, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and especially, robotically, the Westworld season three finale.