Rick And Morty Season 6 Part 2: (Pocket-lint) – Rick and Morty is one of the most popular cartoon shows in the multiverse, and it’s easy to understand why. You’ll be waiting for your next fix of Adult Swim’s biggest breakout smash, whether you’re watching for the high-tech sci-fi rigamarole or the hilarious banter.
However, the show’s reliability on time has never been a strong quality, and in the past, viewers had to wait years between seasons. Thankfully, that appears to be changing, and the newest, most exciting season dropped just on schedule.
Rick And Morty Season 6 Part 2 Release Date
The premiere episode of Season 6 debuted at 11:01 PM EST on September 4, 2022.
To date, that is the shortest turnaround time since the season 5 finale aired. If you’re keeping track, this is also the first time a season has premiered in September.
The unexpected announcement of a mid-season break came after the first six episodes had already broadcast. On November 20, 2022, the show’s final four episodes will premiere.
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What Happened In Rick & Morty Season 6 Part 1?
Season 6 of Rick and Morty has featured a wide range of original storylines, from Rick and Jerry uncovering a terrifying fortune cookie secret to the Earth Beth and Space Beths having a love affair with each other. The current season’s major plot arc involved Rick Prime’s quest to track down his C-137 variant; the two had a troubled history in which Rick Prime murdered C-137’s Beth and Diane. Initially believed to be a ruse to fool the Galactic Federation alien interrogating him in his mind, their true origins were revealed in the season six premiere of Rick and Morty.
Rick C-137 and his Morty eventually return home with the help of both Beths and Summer, but the aftermath of Evil Morty’s destruction of the Central Finite Curve is also a major plot point explored in the first episode of season 6. In the final episode, “Juricksic Mort,” an enlightened species of dinosaurs repaired the temporal rift left by Evil Morty, allowing him to repair his portal gun. This plot point was largely ignored in the subsequent episodes. At the end of the episode, Rick excitedly hints that they can continue their multiverse adventures, as seen in the trailer for the second half of season 6 of Rick and Morty.
Season 6 of Rick and Morty has featured a return to the wilder antics of earlier seasons, a plan Roiland teased in the lead-up to its release after the explosive events of season 5, which also saw a much more divided response from audiences. Roiland’s claim that season 6 of Rick and Morty would be among the series’ best appears to have been well received by both critics and viewers, with the show currently holding a 95 percent approval rating from critics and an 86 percent approval rating from viewers on Rotten Tomatoes. Though viewers had mixed reactions to the hiatus at first, the new trailer for Rick and Morty season 6 part 2 should help revive excitement for the remaining episodes before the season premiere on November 20.
Rick And Morty Season 6 Cast
- Justin Roiland. Morty. Voice.
- Sarah Chalke. Beth. Voice.
- Spencer Grammer. Summer. Voice.
- Chris Parnell. Jerry. Voice.
- Kari Wahlgren. Jessica. Voice.
- Tom Kenny. Squanchy. Voice.
- Dan Harmon.
- Justin Roiland.
Mark (Justin) Roiland (born February 21, 1980) is an American voice actor, animator, writer, producer, and director. He is well-known for his work as a co-creator on the Adult Swim series Rick and Morty and its spinoffs. Characters Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith, both of whom he voices, are the namesakes of the show. Roiland co-created the show Solar Opposites, which airs on Hulu and features him as the voice of the show’s protagonist, Korvo. In addition to playing Oscar on Fish Hooks, he has also voiced Blendin Blandin on Gravity Falls and Earl of Lemongrab on Adventure Time. The animation studio Justin Roiland’s Solo Vanity Card Productions! and the video game studio Squanch Games were both founded by him.
Canadian-born actress and model Sarah Louise Christine Chalke (/tk/) was born on August 27, 1976. She is well-known for her roles as Elliot Reid on Scrubs (NBC/ABC), the second Becky Conner on Roseanne (ABC), Stella Zinman on How I Met Your Mother (CBS), and Beth Smith on Rick and Morty (Adult Swim), an adult animated science fiction series. She was also a regular cast member in the third season of the ABC/TBS comedy series Cougar Town. She has appeared as a voice actor in the Netflix series Paradise PD, and she also had a starring role in Firefly Lane, which debuted on the streaming service in February of 2021.  Stella, the tactical officer on the Netflix series Dogs in Space, is voiced by Chalke as of November 2021.
Rick And Morty Season 6 Part 2 Trailer
The second trailer for Season 6 of Rick and Morty has not yet been released.
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