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Has some hilarious Easter Eggs (like the Community cast in Alien form) and one-liners.
While Rick and Morty is great at having zany adventures, it can still have times where it shows human moments and that are what makes this show so good.
One of the series' finest, for reasons that sit in your throat like a lump of black coal... The only problem the genius can't solve is himself.
The episode asks the interesting question of whether life would be better off this way. The fact that Rick is romantically involved with an entire planet also provides some solid laugh-out-loud moments.
Rick and Morty doesn't always get the credit it deserves for tackling mad, humongous science-fiction concepts with just as much zeal as your Treks or your Twilight Zones. This one offers a funny, and ultimately bleak, rumination.
Roiland and Harmon explore a lot of exciting concepts here, from free will to hive-mind sex, but it's the film's conclusion and what that says about Rick that drives this thing home.
Unity is a really charming character, clearly sketched as sweet-natured and ambitious but lovesick even speaking from all those mouths. I hope we see it again someday.
Let's take a moment to bask in the speed and deftness in how Rick and Morty charges through philosophical arguments for and against absolute free will.
The plotting is tight and focused.
The opening of "Auto Erotic Assimilation" lays plain what makes Rick And Morty such a uniquely brilliant part of the television landscape.