The sixth episode of “Rick and Morty” season 1, “Rick Potion #9”, is named after the love potion that Morty asked his grandfather to make for him (the composition is Morty’s DNA and oxytocin extracted from it. a volley). Morty, his little pervert, uses drugs to make his lover Jessica fall in love with him. Unfortunately, since Jessica has the flu, the effects of the serum will be airborne. Before long, a mob was ready to tear Morty apart just to get a piece of him.
Rick tries to create a cure using the praying mantis DNA because that species kills its mates after mating (which Rick reasons is the opposite of hamsters, which mate for life) . Unfortunately, all it does is turn everyone into a mantis hybrid who wants to have sex with Morty and then bite his head off. Rick’s next attempt to turn everyone into “Cronenberg” monsters, monstrous. Rick decided to cut his losses and send Morty to another dimension where they solved the problem and died shortly afterwards. They buried their counterparts in the Smith family’s backyard and took their place, with Jerry, Beth, and Summer initially left behind.
This ending is a very dark twist to one of TV’s fundamental rules: that everything goes back to normal by the end of the episode. “Rick Potion #9” is the most daring episode of season 1. After five stand-alone episodes, viewers expect the episode to be just another adventure, which is why the ending is so daring. so. It also shows the dark depths of Rick’s nihilism. Morty is horrified by these events, but Rick’s advice is not to think about it; The infinite number of universes means that their actions are nothing on a cosmic scale.
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