10 Episodes Rick and Morty Season 3 Movie

10 Episodes Rick and Morty Season 3 and 4 MovieThe third season of the animated television series Rick and Morty originally aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. It premiered with "The Rickshank Rickdemption", which aired unannounced on April 1, 2017 and was replayed every half hour from 8pm to 12am ET, as part of Adult Swim's annual April Fools' prank. The episode was also simulcast as a looping live stream on Adult Swim's site. The remaining episodes began airing on July 30, 2017. This season will feature a total of 10 episodes.

On August 12, 2015, Adult Swim announced that the series had been renewed for a third season. Writing began on November 2, 2015. Mike McMahan revealed on Twitter that sound recording had begun for season three on February 18, 2016. On February 5, 2017, Dan Harmon announced on his podcast, "Harmontown", that the show was in the animation process. Rick is being captured and interrogated via a mind-computer link, inside a galactic federal prison.

10 Episodes Rick and Morty Season 3 and 4 MovieSummer and Morty attempt to rescue him, but they are captured by SEAL Team Ricks, who take them to the Citadel and decide to assassinate Rick. Back at the prison, Rick tricks both the federal agents and his aspiring assassins by switching bodies with them. He then teleports the entire Citadel of Ricks into the prison, prompting a massive battle. Amid the confusion, Rick rescues Morty and Summer, and uses the Galactic Federation's mainframe to make their currency worthless. The Federation falls into chaos and collapses as a result, with the aliens leaving Earth.

Back at home, Jerry asks Beth to choose between him and Rick, but she chooses Rick. After the new status quo is established, Rick reveals to Morty that his ulterior motive was to become his de facto male influence. This escalates into a nonsensical angry rant, centered around Rick's desire to find more of the discontinued McDonald's Szechuan sauce, a promotional product for the 1998 film Mulan. Post-Credit Scene: Tammy observes Bird Person's resurrection as a cyborg dubbed "Phoenix Person". Guest starring: Nathan Fillion as Cornvelious Daniel, a Galactic Federation agent.
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