Season 6 of Rick and Morty leaped from Rick Prime discoveries to dinosaur annihilation, but this isn’t the duo’s final appearance, because we are expecting Rick and Morty Season 7 to arrive soon. The 6th season closed with the episode Rickitional Mortpoon’s Rickmas Mortcation when we find Rick replaced himself with a robot to commit time to chase down his foe, and Rick even hints at what’s coming at the end of the episode: “Rick and Morty Season 7,” Rick says, “I’m looking for my arch-enemy, maybe juggling plates while trying to remain healthy – not every episode, Morty, it could all be occurring in the background.”
Now, let’s see when we will be able to watch Rick and Morty Season 7, and whether is it soon or not.
Rick and Morty Season 7 Release Date
Rick and Morty Season 7 of Adult Swim has yet to be announced, although co-creator Dan Harmon has disclosed plans to release a new season every year: “This is the oddest thing I’ve ever said about the show, and it still feels unreal to say it, but we’ll be doing a season a year now, and I’m still not sure how that’s feasible, but that’s why it never occurred while I was in charge. Scott is able to keep us on track, which generally entails being so far ahead of schedule that we can actually deliver things on time.”
The 6th season of the program debuted in September 2022, whereas Season 5 debuted in June 2021, as a result, Rick and Morty Season 7 is expected to premiere in the summer of 2023. Rick and Morty got renewed for 70 more episodes in 2018, with Season 4 premiering in 2019. Seasons 4, 5, and 6 each included 30 episodes, with the next 40 episodes potentially carrying the show to Season 10, but for now, we are just waiting for Rick and Morty Season 7.
Rick and Morty is available on Netflix and All4 in the United Kingdom, and in the United States, episodes debut on Adult Swim. Despite the fact that Rick and Morty Season 7 was only confirmed a month ago, no release date has been scheduled. However, there has been a lot of speculation among fans about when Rick and Morty Season 7 would be published, and the show’s writers have already begun drafting scripts for the forthcoming season.
Rick and Morty Season 6 Review
Rick and Morty’s 6th season is ended, and while the finale takes a few steps backward this Star Wars-themed Christmas episode still assures the series will go where no Rick has gone previously in the near future. “Ricktional Mortpoon’s Rickmas Mortcation” is the 10th episode of Season 6, and while it is far from Rick and Morty’s first attempt to provide Christmas cheer to viewers, its huge reveal continues to pay off Rick’s emotional path, and this, along with a slew of Star Wars allusions smeared all over the writing by Scott Marder, guarantees that this last episode is entertaining from start to finish.
The finale takes its title from National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, but make no mistake: this is a Star Wars episode from the minute Grandpa Rick begins handing out everyone’s Christmas presents, and in Morty’s instance, Rick fulfills every Star Wars fan’s fantasy by presenting him a lightsaber, a genuine functional lightsaber that can cut through anything, including noises.
Continuing the plot from Rick and Morty Episode 9, Rick actually appears to be a new man; nevertheless, the program adheres to the adage that if something appears too good to be true. When Morty accidentally drops his lightsaber at a perfect vertical angle, the duo ventures down to Rick’s basement, where, aside from a typical sci-fi sushi joint, they come across the real Rick.
He informs his grandson that he has been making a robot version of himself to replace him, 22% kinder than his actual grandpa, and in many respects, the action is classic Rick, but behind it is the genuine emotion of being neglected by Morty’s decision to disregard his counsel, implying that while those extra niceties may be artificial. President Curtis turns the episode into a Journey to the Center of the Earth-style adventure as they try to prevent Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber. We think this season was one of the best seasons because of the action-packed plot.
What is Rick’s IQ?
Rick and Morty have undoubtedly explored the marvels of the cosmos more times than Rick has gone back into his memories. Moreover, Rick’s invention of the portal pistol, which allows the grandpa and grandson combo to go wherever and whenever they choose, has enabled them to do so, so there’s a decent chance Rick has one of, if not the, greatest IQs on the planet.
However, people have speculated on this issue because he considers himself to be the brightest man in the world, and the highest IQ is currently 300, so we expect him to be over that number.