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Rick and Morty: Season 5 premiere left fans speechless

“Rick and Morty” premiered its fifth season with “Mort Dinner Rick Andre”, which was slightly inspired by the movie “My Dinner with Andre” combining it with the science fiction and time themes that characterize the animated series.

As many fans of the series noted, this season premiere echoes the first episode of season 4, “Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Repeat”, with weather-related issues that we will explain below.

On The Truth News, we bring you all the details of the premiere episode of Rick and Morty, “Mort Dinner Rick Andre”, and we reveal where to watch the new episodes of season 5 in our full coverage of the animated series.

In episode 1 of Rick and Morty, Morty managed to ask Jessica over to his house for a date, but Rick and his nemesis, Mr. Nimbus, constantly interrupt him. Morty has to enter a portal in a Narnia-like world where the progression of time is super accelerated to collect bottles of wine to bring back to his universe and serve Mr. Nimbus.

Although the so-called “Time fudgery” has been a staple of the Rick and Morty plot, this episode has a clever and fun twist. The hyper-accelerated time passing trick is used to build and destroy the universe on the other side of the portal multiple times, traversing a series of sci-fi and fantasy worlds.

Of course, there are still surprising plot twists that I couldn’t have guessed: Jessica ends up being dragged into the land of Narnia and becomes an all-seeing time god. It’s a fun and crazy way to tie the plot together and I look forward to future episodes with Time Lord Jessica.

Also the other main attraction here is the character of Rick’s nemesis, Mr. Nimbus. The joke is that Rick is this almighty god of science, but inexplicably his nemesis is just a weird guy who controls the oceans and also the police, for some reason.

Rick and Morty was released on September 2, 2013, and so far, it has released 4 seasons with a total of 42 chapters including the premiere of the fifth season this June 2021.

The series has gone through some controversies, which have even led to haters calling for Rick and Morty to be canceled, but the animated series continues to garner new fans and several positive reviews from experts.

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