25 November 2019 20:36
Where to Stream: Rick and Morty More Options We finally got what fascist Morty always wanted: a classic Rick and Morty adventure. Rick and Morty Season 4, Episode 3 sees Rick face off against one of his biggest pet peeves in the multiverse: confusing and pointless heist plots. And between Elon Tusk's appearance and David Lynch jokes, "One Crew Over the Crewcoo's Morty" is one of the silliest episodes around. Rick and Morty (both voiced by Justin Roiland) find themselves at Hesitcon, a convention completely dedicated to heists and heist movies. As Rick proved in "Vindicators 3," he hates anything involving teamwork and extra steps.
So naturally Rick hates everything about this pastime. But when Rick builds the perfect heist-running robot to prove that heists are dumb, he loses control of it. The only way to stop Heistron from destroying the universe through ill-advised plans is to recruit a perfect team for one big, secretive mission. Basically to pull a heist. It's all very meta and delightfully dumb. But hidden within all of those double crossings and terrible one-liners are some great Easter eggs. Wondering what you may have missed in this week's episode? We have you covered. Here's your guide to Rick and Morty Season 4, Episode 3. And if that's not enough secrets for you, here's your guide to Episode 2 and Episode 1.