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While Rick and Morty has a pretty good adventure inside the car's battery, it was unexpectedly Summer's experience being kept safe by the car that carried much of the episode's comedy this week.
Both Colbert's banter and the convention-breaking elements of the story were fantastic. And in the end, I can't help but wonder if Colbert's character will become a sort of Khan character for Rick.
Stephen Colbert's cameo as a scientist living in a tiny universe created by Rick to power his car battery is the series' best guest starring role thus far.
In terms of humanity, it's not one of Rick's more admirable outings -- but that's exactly why fans of the show's more twisted comedic bits will love this one.
An episode that gets really dark, really fast... It just goes to show that some of the show's most hilarious moments are also the most screwed up.
It may seem overly dark, but nobody rides that line between unsettling and hilarious quite like Rick and Morty.
Every great sci-fi has a great moral quandary, and "The Ricks Must Be Crazy" presents a doozy... With Stephen Colbert providing one of the show's best voice roles so far.
This week is the episode last week should've been: completely within the wheelhouse of what the show's established.
What Rick and Morty ultimately says about humanity is that our ideas of right and wrong are too constrictive.
Hey now! This is a fantastic episode that takes Rick and Morty's established tropes and plays with them in really fun ways.