Season 1 of “Rick and Morty” was a show a lot about Rick and Morty. These two characters are the obvious focus, making Beth, Jerry, and Summer usually shine only in the B series of the series. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing (after all, season 1 is probably the most beloved season in general), but it does mean that it takes the non-formal members of the Smith family a while to get the hang of it. comfortable.
At first, Jerry is the lousy father on the sitcom and Beth is his cold, unsatisfied wife. These aren’t their only traits, of course, but this is the basic starting point of both and it’s what most of their storylines revolve around. Their marriage was said to have been fractured for a while, but Rick’s move in with the family really set things off.
Even so, season 1 reminds us on a few memorable occasions that these two truly love each other despite everything. Episodes like “Meeseeks and Destroy” and “Love Potion #9” both feature Jerry becoming more confident and regaining his wife’s respect as a result. “Rixty Minutes” offers both a chance to explore alternate timelines where they were never married, leading to the revelation that even in those timelines where both are wildly successful, they’re still Wish they would stick together. (That’s basically the message of “Anywhere Anytime,” told only through the B plot of a sitcom.)
Basically, the recurring theme between these two in season 1 is that, when pushed to the point of shoving, these two will eventually remember that they fell in love at the right time to prevent any kind of divorce from happening. out.
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