Index of Rick and Morty (Season 1-5) And Where To Watch?

If you’re a sucker for science fiction movies like Back to Future, Moon, Inception, and Mad Max, then Rick and Morty is your show. This American adult animated science-fiction comedy is the ultimate creation of Justin Roiland and Dan Harman. The show rejects all the religious and moral beliefs in an intentionally ridiculous and grossly unconventional way. It places its belief in modern-day practicality which is not so common in American teens yet. It bears the attractiveness of a meme or sensational internet video. 

Rick And Morty: The Dynamic Duo

All About Rick and Morty

The show revolves around the two characters, Rick Sanchez, the alcoholic science genius who is ill-tempered, and Morty Smith, Rick’s naïve and anxious grandson. They both are a part of a dysfunctional family including Rick’s daughter, Beth, and Jerry, her husband who is Morty’s parents along with Summer, Morty’s sister. The dynamic duo Rick and Morty go on adventures that travel them across the different dimensions in the multiverse.

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 11 December 2, 2013 April 14, 2014
2 10 July 26, 2015 October 4, 2015
3 10 April 1, 2017[a] October 1, 2017
4 10 November 10, 2019 May 31, 2020
5 10 June 20, 2021 September 5, 2021

Season 1 Explained: 11 Episodes

The first season starts with Rick’s entry into his daughter, Beth’s life after a long time of disappearance. The character goes through a lot of ups and downs trying to mend the father-daughter bond. Jerry, Beth’s husband, whom Rick loathes, is an insecure person, denying Rick’s influence over the family. The first season includes 11 mind-blowing episodes allowing a family insight and showcasing Rick’s intelligence. The first adventure of the dynamic duo makes Morty miss his entire semester and the relationship between Rick and Morty is somehow strapped. 

The rest of the season is lined up with unexceptional adventures helping them to build their relationship. In an episode, they also get abducted by aliens and get stuck in a simulation that introduces us to the Meeseeks, the blue one-time request fulfilling creatures. Rick’s love potion when given to Jessica, Morty’s classmate, on Morty’s demand, spread Morty-flu. Rick and Morty travel to another dimension to fix the problem. Morty becomes a parent when Rick buys him a sex robot which leads to all kinds of trouble raising Morty Jr. Certain explosion of truth about Summer being an unwanted pregnancy disturbs the balance of the family with Rick and Morty solving it at the end by making Summer understand her importance. 

Summer and Rick together defeat the Devil after he tries to cheat Summer in business. Rick faces trouble when accused of killing Ricks of another dimension but somehow Rick and Morty get his name cleared of the accusation. Meanwhile, Beth saves Jerry from being raped. Rick and Morty accidentally transport the house to another dimension with guests like aliens, teenagers, and much more. Somehow, they manage to bring it back. In the end, the family watches Titanic together and without any second thought agrees on how bad it is.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 Justin Roiland View Here
2 “Lawnmower Dog” View Here
3 “Anatomy Park” View Here
4 “M. Night Shaym-Aliens!” View Here
5 “Meeseeks and Destroy” View Here
6 “Rick Potion #9” View Here
7 “Raising Gazorpazorp” View Here
8 “Rixty Minutes” View Here
9 “Something Ricked This Way Comes” View Here
10 “Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind” View Here
11 “Ricksy Business” View Here

Season 2 Explained: 10 Episodes

The second season was a bit shorter but had a lot in the bag. It started with Rick, Morty, and Summer pausing time and spending it together by splitting it later. Morty and Summer are introduced to Rick’s ex, Unity, hive-mind, who leaves Rick for her own good after having a good time. The Smith family manages to survive the Alien parasite plant attack where Beth ultimately shoots Mr Poopybutthole. 

The duo was forced to improvise “Get Schwifty” on-demand by an Alien. Their iconic flying car faced problems in which Rick and Morty investigate and discover that the car’s battery contains a miniature universe. Zeep, the miniature universe’s top scientist, wanted to trap Rick and Morty and then kill them. Rick somehow saves both of them and leaves Zeep trapped. In the last episode of the season, the Smith family attends Birdperson and Tammy’s wedding where Tammy reveals she’s a Federation agent, leaving everyone astonished. Rick being one the most-wanted people by the Federation, turns himself in to save the rest of the family. 

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “A Rickle in Time” View Here
2 “Mortynight Run” View Here
3 “Auto Erotic Assimilation” View Here
4 “Total Rickall” View Here
5 “Get Schwifty” View Here
6 “The Ricks Must Be Crazy” View Here
7 “Big Trouble in Little Sanchez” View Here
8 “Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate” View Here
9 “Look Who’s Purging Now” View Here
10 “The Wedding Squanchers” View Here

Season 3 Explained: 10 Episodes

The third season takes off from where the second season finale left off with the most advantageous choices. Again, the episodes maintain to act in accordance with the adventures of the individuals of the Smith household. When Jerry asks Beth to pick between him and Rick, the stability and trust in their marriage are tested. Ultimately leads to the couple’s separation. 

After the establishment of his new status, Jerry is faced with the absence of his family, even as Beth starts to find out her independence again. Meanwhile, Morty and Summer cope with their parents’ separation via ways of looking for extra manipulation over their lives. Rick’s continuous rejection of moral beliefs and emotions maintains him to prevent himself from bonding together along with his family, as he stays in his ill-mannered, self-negative behavior. But in the final of the season, Rick somehow manages to keep up with the family and the episode ends with the family happily united again, except Rick is disappointed in losing his dominance.  

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “The Rickshank Rickdemption” View Here
2 “Rickmancing the Stone” View Here
3 “Pickle Rick” View Here
4 “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender” View Here
5 “The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy” View Here
6 “Rest and Ricklaxation” View Here
7 “The Ricklantis Mixup”[c] View Here
8 “Morty’s Mind Blowers” View Here
9 “The ABC’s of Beth” View Here
10 “The Rickchurian Mortydate” View Here

Season 4 Explained: 10 Episodes

In the opening of season 4, on a space adventure, Rick and Morty come across a planet with a crystal that allows them to foresee their death possibilities. Morty manages to steal one and this leads to a state of chaos. Being a private pooper, Rick leaves the house to investigate who used his toilet. While the family struggles with an app originally designed by an alien to distract humankind and steal earth for its water. Their new adventure involves a time travel adventure due to the accidental murder of an astronaut snake which they replaced with an ordinary one. 

Rick and Morty discover that they were under the control of face-hugging parasite Glorzo, who regarded Summer as a goddess. The near-death experience forces the duo to share their feelings for each other.  Two Beths come in the scenario in which one is space Beth and another is the one assumed to be the close with a device fixed at her neck. Rick doesn’t disclose the truth about which Beth is a clone and who is originally creating a mess in the Smith Family. At the end of the season, he realizes he is a bad father and decides to help Phoenix but is rejected and left alone.

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat” View Here
2 “The Old Man and the Seat” View Here
3 “One Crew over the Crewcoo’s Morty” View Here
4 “Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim’s Morty” View Here
5 “Rattlestar Ricklactica” View Here
6 “Never Ricking Morty” View Here
7 “Promortyus” View Here
8 “The Vat of Acid Episode” View Here
9 “Childrick of Mort” View Here
10 “Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri” View Here

Season 5 Explained: 10 Episodes 

Season 5 starts with a crash landing where Morty meets Jessica and eventually goes on a date. Mr. Nimbus and Rick sort out their dispute but just then treachery by Rick is discovered and they have to escape. Jessica still remains friends with Morty. 

The love life of both Rick and Morty takes a rollercoaster ride when both their ladies love Daphne and Planetina, respectively, abandon them after using them for their own good. Flashbacks of Rick’s life are displayed. Ricks of each dimension are justified and the real killer of his wife Diane and young Beth is discovered. A lot is being discovered about Rick and Morty’s relationship. 

Episode Number Episode Name Where To Watch
1 “Mort Dinner Rick Andre” View Here
2 “Mortyplicity” View Here
3 “A Rickconvenient Mort” View Here
4 “Rickdependence Spray” View Here
5 “Amortycan Grickfitti” View Here
6 “Rick & Morty’s Thanksploitation Spectacular” View Here
7 “Gotron Jerrysis Rickvangelion” View Here
8 “Rickternal Friendshine of the Spotless Mort” View Here
9 “Forgetting Sarick Mortshall” View Here
10 “Rickmurai Jack” View Here

Where To Watch Rick And Morty

The show was first aired on the 2nd of December, 2013, and season 5 was aired on the 20th of June, 2021 with a total number of 51 episodes. It is distributed by Warner Bros and aired on Adult Swim, night time programming block of Cartoon Network. You can watch Rick and Morty on HBO Max or Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Netflix, and it’s even streaming on YouTube for free.

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Rick And Morty: For The Quest Of Science And Adventure

The show, Rick and Morty, is for all the multiverse science lovers who really want to explore adult comedy with an ultimate experience of the scientific world. This show is not for faint hearts because the content is really mind-wobbling and practical. Again, are you a science sucker and adventure seeker? Rick and Morty is your cup of tea.