The fourth episode of ‘Rick and Morty‘ season 5, titled ‘Rickdependence Spray,’ is one of the most strangely hysterical episodes of the show. It features Rick and the Smith family trying to fight giant sperm monsters that result from Morty using a machine meant for extracting horse semen to masturbate. Things get over the top from here on as Morty desperately tries to hide his secret. In the end, the worse happens as one of the sperm monsters attaches itself to a giant egg built using Summer’s egg.
This results in a moment of incest that gives birth to a giant baby in space. Meanwhile, Rick also fathers a child with the princess of the CHUDs, a cannibalistic humanoid horse species that lives underground. The messy, complicated, gross, and controversial episode only highlights the show’s weirdly ingenious sense of humor that has made it one of the most loved animated shows. If you are one of the show’s fans, eagerly awaiting next week’s adventure of the titular duo, here’s a spoiler-filled look at ‘Rick and Morty’ season 5 episode 5.
Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 5 Release Date
‘Rick and Morty’ season 5 episode 5 is set to air on July 18, 2021, at 11 pm EST, on Adult Swim. The fifth season comprises 10 episodes, with an approximate runtime of 22 minutes each. New episodes of the show are released on the network weekly, every Sunday.
Where to Watch Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 5?
To watch ‘Rick and Morty’ season 5 episode 5 on your television screens, tune in to Adult Swim at the date and time stated above. You can also head to Adult Swim’s official website and log in by using your active cable subscription to watch the upcoming episode. Those of you without an active cable subscription can opt for live TV streaming services such as DirecTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu Live TV, and Spectrum. The new episode will also be available to purchase on Amazon Prime.
Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 5 Spoilers
‘Rick and Morty’ season 5 is titled ‘Amortycan Grickfitti,’ which is a reference to the hit 1973 film ‘American Graffiti‘ directed by the genius mind behind ‘Star Wars,’ George Lucas. Therefore, we can expect the upcoming episode to draw some inspiration from the movie and feature some elements of the cruising and early rock ‘n’ roll cultures. The episode will follow Morty and Summer as they take advantage of the adults not being around. Beth is likely to get caught up at work due to an emergency. In a surprising turn of events, Rick will hang out with Jerry.
Meanwhile, Morty and Summer will possibly need the family car to embark on a crazy, fun-filled one-night romp across the town, which is reminiscent of ‘American Graffiti.’ They might also talk about how they feel about the inadvertent and accidental incest moment from the previous episode. At the same time, Rick will likely rope Jerry into an occult adventure, and the duo could end up in more trouble than they bargained for. The upcoming episode marks the midway point in the season. Therefore we may see the return of some familiar faces such as Space Beth to further the overarching season-long narrative. Check out a promo for the new episode below.
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