Rick and Morty Season 6 Will Have More Dinosaurs, Medieval Adventure
Rick and Morty is one of the most unique television shows in the current media landscape.The show has everything you could ask for in a series: beautiful animations, out-of-this-world storylines, humor that ranges from comedy to clever wordplay.
These elements were present in the first five episodes of season six.The newest installment has lived up to the high standard of entertainment that fans have come to expect of the series.
The new season has had many adventures for the Smith family.The show's audience has a good reason to be excited at the prospect of more classic sci-fi adventures.
An Homage to the dinosaur Days of Yore in Juricksic Mort .
We have seen all manner of interesting creatures throughout the run of Rick and Morty.However, when you consider that Rick has consistently been opposed to time travel, the noticeable lack of prehistoric reptiles makes a bit more sense.
Rick and Morty is no stranger to film references in general.For example, in the second episode of season six, "Rick: A Mort Well Lived.
Rick is the smart man in the universe.His intergalactic experiments and his accomplishments have made him some powerful enemies. This necessitates the aging scientist engage in many epic battles against his foes.
One of the upcoming season six episodes is titled "Ricktional Mortpoon's Rickmas Mortcation." It is an obvious reference to National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.Rick isn't really the Christmas type, so it will be interesting to see what wild adventures he gets into in this holiday craziness.
A Rick in King Mortur's Mort could see Rick and Morty in Whole New Time Period.
Rick doesn't like time travel, but he isn't above going to dimensions or planets that feature less advanced civilizations.An upcoming episode will likely feature some sort of medieval adventure.
In season four episode "Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty," the Smiths were forced to enter a magical dimension after Rick had a strange relationship with the dragon he had reluctantly purchased for Morty.This episode could bring back the dragon, or it could be unrelated. Rick and Morty might be on a quest for a Holy Grail-like item.
The fans will not be subject to the same wait times that they've come to expect between installments of the series. The showrunners have suggested new seasons will begin to be released at a rate of one per year.If the second half of season six continues to be as consistently entertaining as the first.
More funny homages are yet to come and audiences will be keeping a close eye on the Smith family.